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Re: John and Dolly Sumner; 1770's-1800's
Posted by: becky thomason (ID *****3975) Date: March 04, 2011 at 19:28:07
In Reply to: Re: John and Dolly Sumner; 1770's-1800's by Carrie Ezzell of 1447

carrie, i'm glad you got the pictures, my daughter helped me but we didn't think they went through so i tried again so you may get them again. I have information that james riley was in the civil war in co. E 35th Mtd. infantry. volunteered 4-8 1863.mustered out as a sgt 12-29 1868. can you give me any information about william, he would be my great grandfather's brother.would that be james william born 5-13-1866?


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