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Clarence Wright [1866-1938] (in the Rough Riders)
Posted by: Hope Coslett Pees (ID *****9871) Date: June 27, 2004 at 15:46:35
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Searching for information about Clarence Wright (who served in 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry, ("Rough Riders"), Troop G. and is buried in the Santa Fe National Cemetery, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Clarence Wright was from LaFayette, Walker County, Georgia (I think) and was born October 13, 1866 and died in New Mexico April 6, 1938.

He married Emelia (or perhaps Amelia) and known children were:
Len, Cortes, Hansel (or Hensel) and Hinton [who were twins], Madeline, Gilbert, Edward, and Clarence Wright, Jr.

Clarence Wright lived in Springer, Colfax County, New Mexico for a period of time.

Any information at all appreciated.

Hope Coslett Pees
Seguin, Texas

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