| Southern Victory |
POD: September 10, 1862
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
|Date of Birth:||19th century|
|Date of Death:||1915|
|Cause of Death:||Shot to death in combat (Great War)|
|Military Branch:||Confederate States Army (Great War)|
A captain when the war broke out, Lincoln led his men in a raid upon Kingman, Kansas, where they were successful in demolishing railway tracks. When a U.S. armored car intervened, however, Lincoln saw a third of his company killed, and another third wounded before the vehicle was taken down.
In 1915, Lincoln was retreating through Okmulgee, Sequoyah when the Creek Nation leaders persuaded him to make a stand against the advancing Americans. Lincoln managed to halt the US drive with a combination of his own men and local Creek warriors.
Later that year, Lincoln was made a Colonel in the Creek Nation Army. He was successful in stalling further US advances, but failed to prevent Creek leaders from ordering futile assaults against US-held Creek territory. Lincoln was cut down by machine-gun fire during this offensive, along with most of his command.