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Posted by: William Fenimore (ID *****4406) Date: August 08, 2008 at 08:05:36
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I am searching for information concerning a man named James William Prindle and the main clue that I have is an old paper napkin found in his widow's personal keepsakes.
It is labeled "Welcome home, boys of the gallant 4th!!" I have been told that this man was in the Spanish American War and I know that he lived in Zanesville, Ohio. Does anyone know of this military group? Thanks for any guidance.

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