Thanks, Bennie. I am thinking that it was probably Nov 21, 1892 now, but provening it will be difficult. I wonder if there are any church records, which might have recorded dates like that.
By the way, I think the Col. maybe never have collected his Civil War pension. I wonder what we do about that. Do you know if descendants can suddenly apply for that money?
They did that with regard to his post office retirement monies and got them 25 years after his death.
Who was that Civil War man in the Clarke County area who is so knowledgeable and what was the name of that place that makes tombstones? I still want to put up some tombstones in the area.
PS Are you selling your book yet?
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