Civil war Confederate Naval Officer Daguerreotype Lt. John Stribling Blockade Runner about 4 5/8th" tall and 3 5/8th" wide Identification on the back states his name, rank, and that he ran the blockade at Mobile Alabama and later died of Yellow Fever.
This was found with an internet search... 1862was the youngest son of Rear Adm.
Cornelius Kincheloe STRIBLING and his first wife Mary Helen Marie PAYNE. Yellow fever caused his death. John Maxwell Stribling Resigned from US Navy in 1861. He ran the blockade at Mobile AL on Sept. 10,1862 He died on board the Florian Cruiser.
His cousin Robert Trimmier visited him for 4 wks before he died and helped bury John Maxwell. John Maxwell died at age 27. Good Condition, Image is light but not mottled as some are Pictures are always a part of the description. Sorry, we no longer solicit offers on our items. We have priced them at what we believe to be below market prices (sometimes far below).They are either worth what we ask, or not. If not, then we will, over time, reduce the price we will sometimes increase the price if we feel it is currently too far below fair market value.. We feel that the offer/counteroffer system is inherently flawed and that by stating our best price up front, we are being more "truthful" to our customers. Thank you for your interest..
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John Stribling Blockade Ru" is in sale since Saturday, May 26, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs". The seller is "ronbrown" and is located in Olathe, Kansas. This item can be shipped worldwide.