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*DAVID EDGAR HEROLD ~ an accomplice of John Wilkes Booth in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865. After the shooting, Herold accompanied Booth to the home of Dr. Samuel Mudd, who set Booth’s injured leg. Wikipedia Born: June 16, 1842, Maryland Died: July 7, 1865, Washington, D.C. Parents: Mary Porter Herold, Adam George Herold Education: Georgetown University, Gonzaga College High School

*DAVID EDGAR HEROLD ~ an accomplice of John Wilkes Booth in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865. After the shooting, Herold accompanied Booth to the home of Dr. Samuel Mudd, who set Booth’s injured leg. Wikipedia Born: June 16, 1842, Maryland Died: July 7, 1865, Washington, D.C. Parents: Mary Porter Herold, Adam George Herold Education: Georgetown University, Gonzaga College High School

Robert Lincoln the son of Abraham Lincoln, was waiting to board a crowded train when the train lurched forward and he fell between the platform and the body of the passenger car he was trying to board. But before harm came, he was seized by the collar and yanked to the platform. His rescuer was Edwin Booth the brother of the man that would soon kill President Lincoln.

Robert Lincoln the son of Abraham Lincoln, was waiting to board a crowded train when the train lurched forward and he fell between the platform and the body of the passenger car he was trying to board. But before harm came, he was seized by the collar and yanked to the platform. His rescuer was Edwin Booth the brother of the man that would soon kill President Lincoln.

This is the former home of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, who became infamous for setting the broken leg of John Wilkes Booth the night after the assassin had shot President Lincoln on April 14, 1865.  In fact it was Dr. Mudds fall from grace after his conviction for aiding Booth's escape that we get the phrase, Your name is Mudd, for someone who has fallen out of favor. Via Piedmont Fossil.

This is the former home of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, who became infamous for setting the broken leg of John Wilkes Booth the night after the assassin had shot President Lincoln on April 14, 1865. In fact it was Dr. Mudds fall from grace after his conviction for aiding Booth's escape that we get the phrase, Your name is Mudd, for someone who has fallen out of favor. Via Piedmont Fossil.

Pre-WWII, the young nurse was assigned to one of the most infamous places – the Warsaw Ghetto. #history

The Nurse Who Saved Children From Nazis By Hiding Them In Coffins, WWII

Pre-WWII, the young nurse was assigned to one of the most infamous places – the Warsaw Ghetto. #history

Confederate spy John Surratt fled the country and hid out in Rome where he joined the military unit that protected the Pope. Later he was arrested in Alexandria, EgyptHe was sent back to the U.S. and tried for the same crimes as his mother. But this time it was a civil trial that resulted in a hung jury. John Surratt got off and lived until 1916.

Confederate spy John Surratt fled the country and hid out in Rome where he joined the military unit that protected the Pope. Later he was arrested in Alexandria, EgyptHe was sent back to the U.S. and tried for the same crimes as his mother. But this time it was a civil trial that resulted in a hung jury. John Surratt got off and lived until 1916.

Robert Lincoln, son of Pres. Abraham Lincoln. One day as he was preparing to board a train, it suddenly lurched and Lincoln fell between the train and track. Before he was injured, he was pulled to safety by Edwin Booth, brother of John Wilkes Booth, who soon after shot and killed Robert's father, the President. True story.

Robert Lincoln, son of Pres. Abraham Lincoln. One day as he was preparing to board a train, it suddenly lurched and Lincoln fell between the train and track. Before he was injured, he was pulled to safety by Edwin Booth, brother of John Wilkes Booth, who soon after shot and killed Robert's father, the President. True story.

Charles Forbes, footman to president Lincoln, who was on duty the night of the President’s assassination, ca.1865

Charles Forbes, footman to president Lincoln, who was on duty the night of the President’s assassination, ca.1865

Petersen House, where Abraham Lincoln was carried and died after assassin John Wilkes Booth mortally wounded him across the street at Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C.  [As house stands and looks today]

Petersen House, where Abraham Lincoln was carried and died after assassin John Wilkes Booth mortally wounded him across the street at Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C. [As house stands and looks today]

*ABRAHAM LINCOLN~Portrait:  the 16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. Lincoln successfully led his country through its greatest constitutional, military, and moral crisis – the American Civil War – preserving the Union while ending slavery, and promoting economic and financial modernization."

Abraham Lincoln Portrait

*ABRAHAM LINCOLN~Portrait: the 16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. Lincoln successfully led his country through its greatest constitutional, military, and moral crisis – the American Civil War – preserving the Union while ending slavery, and promoting economic and financial modernization."

Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C.  - Abraham Lincoln, who died here by assassination on April,14,1865, is seen throughout the theater at various times  - on the anniversary of the assassination the events of Lincoln's death are said to be spectrally re-played out, like an imprint, in this theater

Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C. - Abraham Lincoln, who died here by assassination on April,14,1865, is seen throughout the theater at various times - on the anniversary of the assassination the events of Lincoln's death are said to be spectrally re-played out, like an imprint, in this theater

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