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|Rich Kreiss||RE: Coleen Teague|
10-4, That'll do!
|Lynda Gibbs||RE: Bragg Keener|
Sounds like a great trip! Ed was following up with me to get all as he wanted it. Appreciate all your help.
|Darrell Brown||Ruth Large Brown|
Thanks for making this memorial, and thanks for transferring it. I'll work on a biography for her.
|Von Rothenberger||Request photo permission|
SIR: I am working on a book on the Ruede family and wish to ask permission to use your C. G. Henry Ruede headstone photo in the book. If this is acceptable, might I have a name to attribute the photo to?
410 West 1st Street
Lucas KS 67648
OK No Problem
|Vernie Shoaf||RE: Alex Harvey 36586071|
My apology. The edit was to add mother Mattie Burton Harvey. I was looking at this late last night and saw Mamie and just glancing at my e-mail.
|Deborah Shelton Wood||RE: Frederick Belo|
Yes, I saw that on another memorial...it must be a system error. Sorry to have bothered you.
|Andrea Kreeger Waters||Kreeger|
Thanks for the transfers!
Do you remember sharing a picture of Martha (Kreeger) and Alan Stewart with me a few years ago? Well, last year I found a granddaughter of theirs through Ancestry.com and we have met on a few occasions and shared a ton of Kreeger information with each other. Just thought you might like to know about that.
|Vicki Duncan Terry||Nina Gunter Duncan|
I am having trouble transfering my great grandmother named above to my management. Please advise. Thank you.
|Carl Ingwalson||RE: Thompson Spottswood|
No. For the past 25 years I have researched his regiment and know more than any sane person would be interested in. After the regiment was mustered in on 09/09/62, Thompson was the first to die although one was discharged due to a preexisting condition and three had deserted. Measles spread rapidly among men closely confined in the barracks at Camp Franklin and several more deaths soon followed that were related to measles they had contracted while in training. Thompson's prior service with the 1st Infantry, a 90-day regiment, no doubt helped secure a commission for him when he reenlisted. He wasn't with the regiment very long, but if I can provide more information, let me know.
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