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Here are the latest revisions for the Ruddells & Martins Stations Historic Association Gathering
coming up this Saturday, June 18th!
A printable document: http://ramsha1780.org/RAMSHA-2016-directions.pdf
Please print & bring this with you!!!
I also wanted you to be aware that there is a battle reenactment planned at Fort Harrod on Sunday,
June 19. Contact me if you are interested in more details.
Some are also planning to visit a cemetery on Sunday, if you are related to the Spear family.
Another (public) cemetery to visit, if you are related to the Ruddle family, is the Stonermouth
cemetery in Ruddle's Mills, KY.
Jon Hagee - President RAMSHA
The Vault Restoration fund is still open for donations. An account was set
up to pay for the work as well as a maintenance fund for the future. If
you would like to contribute make a check to "The Ruddell Fort Vault fund"
send it to "Kentucky Bank" PO Box 280, Cynthiana, KY 41031. As the work
proceeds there is alway the possible of unseen problems and unplanned cost
Please welcome new member Deana Reich to RAMSHA.
Email: _ghostluvrs(a)yahoo.com_ (mailto:email@example.com)
I am a descendant of prisoners of Martins & Ruddles Stations:
Elizabeth Dunkin (Alexander) 1720-1816 (c)
John Dunkin 1743-1817
Eleanor "Nellie" Dunkin 1740-(c) 1816
Margaret "Peggy" Duncan 1767-(c) 1820
Mary "Polly" Duncan 1771-1843
Sarah Duncan 1773-?
Anne Duncan 1775-1856
Faithful Duncan 1778-1845
Don Lee Sec/Treasurer
Sent: 6/1/2016 7:13:57 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time
Please pass on to your RAMSHA people that work on the column at the vault
is close to complete. I hope everyone will be pleased with the results.
Cecil was able to save the slab over where the gate to the vault was. It looks
wonderful, possibly better than it did before. I think we can rest assured
that barring a terrible earthquake, etc. it should stand over 200 years
from now. We are also pursuing some additional work to the rock wall which
surrounds the top of the vault. Come see for yourselves as soon as you can -