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Re: Tatoos used by soldiers in Civil War
Posted by: Cuz Lee (ID *****9277) Date: June 14, 2012 at 06:11:14
In Reply to: Re: Tatoos used by soldiers in Civil War by D. O'Meara of 29675

D. O'Meara thank you very much for the time you took to research the passenger list for Fredrich Groshweber. I appreciate the effort to post the passenger list particulars.

It was my fault that I did not include this information in the original posting. I had been concerned that I may have prejudiced responses to my query if I included the 1872 date as I had several German ancestors who emigrated in this same time frame who made return trips to attend to family business and then reemigrated.

I think that I will also post this query in a different group to further check to see someone has insight as to possible use of this type of tatoo in Germany.
Thank you again.


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