I haven't seen Ruddlesfort for quite awhile. Please tell me what is happening with the
bricks. I have been wanting to help with the Conway bricks, but haven't heard
anything. Where and how should I go about this?
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Sent: Thursday, February 04, 2010 9:20 AM
Subject: Re: [RUDDLESFORT] Capt. Issac Ruddell
Dues are $15.00 per year. Make check payable to Ruddell & Martin
Stations, send to Ruddell & Martin Stations, 618 Buckeye Hills Road, Falmouth,
Elizabeth improving. She drove the car to the store today.
Ten years ago a truck hit the Bird's war road sign and damaged it
heavily. I took it to a company in Springdale Ohio and had it repaired. We
didn't know who it belonged to at the time so Pendleton County Historical
Society paid for it. I later found it belonged to the Colonial Dames. It is
getting time to paint it again. Perhaps Colonial Dames would like to help . If
they want they can donate to RAMSHA and we can take care of getting to
painted. It looks bad. I'll send you a picture.
In a message dated 2/4/2010 11:48:21 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
Sorry to hear of Elizabeths stroke. Hope she continues to improve.
Yes, we Colonial Dames 17th. Century like to mark everything that is
How much are the dues, I forget? Linda Harris-Memphis
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From: Hdlee9936(a)aol.com <Hdlee9936(a)aol.com>
Subject: Re: Capt. Issac Ruddell
Date: Wednesday, February 3, 2010, 5:33 PM
Your statement is very true, "there are lots of us out there, you just
never know where they are." That is the job of this organization to locate
them and invite them to join us in telling the other people out there
about Ruddell & Martin stations. So when you run into these people tell them
about us and invite them to join. We have plenty of room. Sorry I have been
very busy. First off I have had a real problem with my old computer. I just
bought a new laptop and I am waiting to get it setup with some needed
software. I am also using dialup and That is a problem. Takes forever to read
and answer Email. I get about 150 emails a day. I have talked with HughesNet
satellite. but that is very expensive.
The other problem is my wife, Sec/Treas Elizabeth had a Stroke in
December which is taking a lot of my time. She is doing much better. She has
visiting nurses that come to the house and she is taking Therapy. Her
progress is very good.
Keep in touch! I should be back in full swing in about a week. Tell that
state President to come join us. By the way we have a Marker for Bird's War
Road here in Falmouth, KY. That was put up in 1939 by the Colonial Dames.
PS 2010 dues are Due!
Mail to Ruddell & Martin station
618 Buckeye Hills Road
Falmouth, KY 41040
Ruddle's & Martin's Stations Historic Association
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