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Re: HOSPITALS IN VICTORIA 1860'S
Posted by: Nancy Hutson Date: November 24, 2000 at 15:08:55
In Reply to: Re: HOSPITALS IN VICTORIA 1860'S by Zia Miller of 157

Thank you Zia,

We do know that Green was not brought home and buried in the family cemetery and as far as I can find out, he was not buried in the State Cemetery along with other CSA members who died in the war. I'd like to believe that he's there in Victoria. We figured he either died of measles or typhoid, both were big factors in that time era. Do you happen to know if there are any monument markers telling people were these individuals are buried? Even if a mass burial at least we'd know where he is. Thank you again, Nancy


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