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Re: Allentown Civil War Soldiers whose burial places are unknown
Posted by: Bob MacAvoy (ID *****9765) Date: January 17, 2003 at 11:29:52
In Reply to: Re: Allentown Civil War Soldiers whose burial places are unknown by Cheryl of 1361

Cheryl, yes I have seen that article. We have found most of the men on the list. I suspect a lot of the rest of them are buried down south if they died during the war. There's a good chance that Quay is buried around there somewhere if he was still around in 1880. I had written to the Allentown Historical Society for some help and they said they'd look into it, but I guess they forgot. Bob


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