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Re: Clarence Wright [1866-1938] (in the Rough Riders)
Posted by: Gilbert wright (ID *****2557) Date: February 05, 2013 at 16:43:29
In Reply to: Clarence Wright [1866-1938] (in the Rough Riders) by Hope Coslett Pees of 307

Clarence Wright is my grandfather. He was born Victor Clarence Gordon. His wife's maiden name is Maria Amelia Arellano. I have a picture of him in his Rough Rider outfit and his military discharge papers signed by Teddy Roosevelt. His father was Dr. Greenberry G Gordon and his mother was Mary Wright, buried in Lafayette, GA. They are mentioned in several books. Greenberry's father, Thomas William Gordon was a soldier in the Revolutionary War and is buried in Snellville, GA. I have a short video I made of his grave and headstone. I'd like to exchange stories with you about Clarence.

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