Robert E. Lee's Orderly


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Al Arnold, Robert E. Lee's Orderly- A Modern Black Man Confederate Journey. Confederate Monuments, Confederate Flag and Civil War Confederate Heritage wrapped around the Christian Faith. A place where Christians and Sinners can talk about Grace, Race and Civil War History. I HATE Career politicians!! No DemonCats or RepuKlicans allowed!! Just regular Americans keeping it real at the Cross of Grace and the Christians Faith. A Modern Black Man's Confederate Journey Continues. A descendant of an Orderly for Robert E. Lee and a Slave of General Nathan Bedford Forrest takes you on a wild Southern ride on matters of Grace and Race and The War Between The States!! Confederate Monuments, Confederate Flags, Confederate Heritage from a Modern Black Man's Perspective. Native Mississippian and author, AL Arnold, is the host for Orderlyforlee's Podcast. Arnold's great-great grandfather, Turner Hall Jr. was with General Lee when he surrendered to General Grant at Appomattox. Turner Hall also attended the 1938 Gettysburg reunion as a Black Confederate and was the guest of honor at the local parade in Hugo Oklahoma for his service to Robert E. Lee. Hall received honors and was awarded an all expense paid trip to New York City in 1940 to be interviewed by the National Talk Radio Show, "We, The People." Hall served as a body servant for the Confederate Armies from 1861-1865. Born October 10, 1840 and died January 5th, 1942 Hall had an undying affection toward his Confederate service and left a rich Black Confederate Heritage for his large Mississippi Family. His Great-Great Grandson, Arnold discovered his heritage and authored two books, Robert E. Lee's Orderly A Modern Black Man's Confederate Journey and Robert E. Lee's Orderly A Modern Black Man's Confederate Journey-Extended Edition was published August 3, 2018. This is Arnold's Journey, the people he has met, the stories he has heard and the message of reconciliation with his Confederate Heritage and his Southern White Brothers and Sisters in the South!

26 episodes available. A new episode about every 10 days averaging 45 mins duration .