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Re: William Hudnall, late 1800's, Virginia
Posted by: Rebecca Reed (ID *****8260) Date: January 23, 2009 at 13:51:01
In Reply to: William Hudnall, late 1800's, Virginia by Carla Hendricks of 459

I don't know much about him except that in looking through the estate of my 3rd great grandfather, Mottram Ball Cralle, I saw that he bought Mottram's violin for about $1.75 in 1846 or January 1847. I didn't know that he was a physician, but I also wanted to find out more about him. Could you tell me how you know that he was a physician? I couldn't trace him in the Federal census. The man who bought the violin was specifically William B. Hudnall.
Rebecca Reed


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