Jacob Wentzel and John F. Meyers were two of the Union cavalrymen from Ohio who were camped on the grounds of Henry Clay’s Ashland estate when Confederate forces led by Gen. John Hunt Morgan attacked on Oct. 18, 1862. The estate will mark the 150th anniversary of that skirmish with events over the next month. Photo courtesy of Kent Masterson Brown

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