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CALDWELL, Melvin - Mexican Border Disturbances
Posted by: Bill Caldwell (ID *****4167) Date: February 22, 2004 at 10:54:15
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Slightly off-subject--my apologies.

Anybody recognize this man?

Maybe Regular Army soldier, more likely Federalized National Guard member, sent to Texas in 1916/17 in response to Pancho Villa's raid. Probably North Carolina, possibly South Carolina origin.

I can share military photographs of him in exchange for family information.


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