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Name: Robert H. Bayne
From: Virginia
Private J.W. Bayne was a relative of mine.
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Name: Larry "Cowboy" Wiezorek
From: Camp 1854 Lewis and Harrison
Nicely done website I enjoyed meeting at the Division Conf.
Cowboy
Added: 2008-06-27 16:43:20 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: John Estes
From: Shawnee KS
You have a very nice web site.
Added: 2008-05-30 16:40:27 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Jack Poynter
From: Overland Park, KS
Enjoyed the website. Good job.

I'm the gg-grandson of John B. Everett, 6th Ga Inf, Co. I "Twiggs County Guards," Colquitt's Brigade. John B. Everett fought at South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Olustee, and the Crater, where he received the wound which cost him his leg.

His brother Joshua B. Everett, Co. F, 57th Georgia Infantry of Anderson's Brigade, wounded at Deep Bottom, died in hospital in Richmond a few weeks later.

Another gg-grandfather, John G. Knox of Lincoln County, Georgia, served as a private in Co. F, 22nd Regiment "Bartow Volunteers," captured at Burkeville, released at Point Lookout, Md.

The 6th Georgia, after fighting at South Mountain, took desperate casualties in the Cornfield. Ref "Landscape Turned Red," by Stephen Sears, p211: "The 6th Georgia, the immediate target of Tyndale's charge, was all but wiped out. Of the 250 men it brought into the Cornfield, 24 survived unhurt." And yet the survivors fought on through the war. How much courage does that take?

As I said, I enjoyed the website. It's great to see people who, in this political day and age, are not afraid to honor their ancestors.

JP
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Name: David Moore
From: Texas
Website: http://web.mac.com/ausborn4
Good website. I am head of the SCV-Texas Division Media Group.
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Name: Dick L. Croft
From: South Kansas Camp #2064
Found your web-sight interesting and informative. Enjoyed the visit! Nicely done, good job. Glad to see all the Confederate Ancestors listed! Dick L. Croft, Adjutant/Treasurer, South Kansas Camp No. 2064
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Name: J. W.
From: Overland Park
Website: http://www.majorkey1920ksscv.org
Hi. Welcome to the Key Camp Web pages. Leave us a line to let us know you came by for a visit.
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