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Slave to statesman, and then a tragic end for Alfred Rush

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Posted: Saturday, February 16, 2013 5:22 pm | Updated: 6:37 pm, Sat Feb 16, 2013.

The third in a series throughout Black History Month

EFFINGHAM, S.C. – In 2007 when Patricia Rush first learned the story of her great-great grandfather, Alfred Rush, she felt like she was on an Ancestry.com commercial where someone finds out they are related to someone famous like the Wright Brothers.

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