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My Apologies to the list, I meant to forward this on to some friends and instead my forward went back to list. That will teach me to check the address more closely before I send the reply email.
----- Original Message -----
From: Oregon Storms
Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 1:29 PM
Subject: Re: [IAMONTGO] Fw: [OHMUSKIN] Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic
Thought you Ladies might be interested in this? I have at least two GGGrandfathers that fought in the Civil War.
I just forwarded this to fifteen of my female cousins, many of whom qualify
Dick Kinkead 2562
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 1:12 PM
Subject: [OHMUSKIN] Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic
> Message Board Post:
> If you are a female age 10 years of age and up, are a direct descendant of
> a Union Civil War veteran, a direct descendant of a Union Civil War nurse,
> or a niece of Union Civil War veteran, you are eligible for membership in
> the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic.
> Formed in 1881 it is the only organization in the United States that can
> use the name of the Grand Army of the Republic. It is also the oldest
> descendants organization for women in the U.S. If you would like further
> information, please contact me at jcall(a)cros.net.
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Do you have families who were living in the southwest corner of Iowa? If you are
a researcher with family ties to this area then you will want to check out the
new items that have been added to the Fremont County & Montgomery County
IAGenWeb sites in the month of February! And while you are in Fremont and
Montgomery counties, don't forget to check out our neighboring counties. You may
find records in neighboring counties for families that lived in Fremont and
Montgomery county communities located close to county lines. You will finds
links or a map on the main index page to all of our neighbors.
A Big Thank-you to these generous and hard-working volunteers: John, Hal
Hatcher, Sharyl Ferral, Walter Farwell, Dave Guiel, Joey Stark-Je, Mary Ann
Dunkin. Your time and efforts are appreciated more than you know.
Please visit the "Whats New" pages to find the links to the new information of
each county website:
Fremont Co.: http://iagenweb.org/fremont/whatsnew.htm
Montgomery Co.: http://iagenweb.org/montgomery/whatsnew.htm
Don't forget to check out our neighboring counties while you are in Fremont and
Montgomery. You may find records in surrounding counties for families that lived
in communities close to the county lines.
Fremont Co. & Montgomery Co. IAGenWeb