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(1819-1887) Chapel road, Near Marsh Creek. She and her husband Christian Shriver fed Union Soldiers and tended the wounded, who filled their house. Alice’s oven, ". . . was not cooled off for three days . . . " Early on July 1, 1863, Alice prepared a breakfast of ". . . meat, potatoes, eggs and bread . . ." for Union General Reynolds. It was his last meal.