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I will post some of the civil war cards for various Shenandoah County, Virginia Confederate Soldiers who just happen to be collateral relatives- should be…
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Zumbi (Alagoas, 1655 — 20 de novembro de 1695) foi o último dos líderes do Quilombo dos Palmares. Dia 20 de Novembro - Dia da Consciência Negra é…
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An exchange of letters between Thomas Hale Keiser, Jr. and his family in Collingswood, New Jersey, during World War II.
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Julie Bowden was a country boy, born and raised in Wetumka, Oklahoma. He was an All-State football player at Wetumka High School among participating in…
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Flying Radio Sgt Army Signal Corps WW1
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Missing in Action during WWII
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From 1861 to 1865, the separation of the Northern and Southern States almost became a reality. The American Civil War was father against son, and brother…
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The estate inventory of Lucretia Radcliffe, made in Dec 1821, lists the names of 277 slaves on three plantations in St. Bartholomews Parish, Colleton…
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Footnote.com is becoming a depository of US Historical Newspapers. They are digitizing Newspapers from some of the largest city archives in the United…
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My maternal Grandparents both had brothers in WWII who were friends. My grandmother's brother, Phillip Daffron was stationed at Pear Harbor when Japan…
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Mom's family history
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Contributions of Confederate veterans and their families to the settlement of the Idaho Territory and establishment of its government. Dedicated toward…
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Lowcountry Africana has built many Footnote Pages from the new, FREE Footnote collection SC Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872. Read about…
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Discover the history of women in your family, and explore the lives of women who made a difference in the history of our country. Celebrate women's…
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These footnotes correspond to the story pages "Ancestors of Arthur Dwight 'Buck' Lackey". The footnotes are arranged by family group number.
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This is one of my GGGrandfth's, the father of John Henry LEWIS b. Portsmouth, VA. He also, joined the CONFEDERATE cause in spite of his age, due to the…
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Church Mice and a Case of Mistaken Identity
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The lives of four men and their families were forever changed on a hot Thursday morning of August 9th, 1923 in Ketchum, Craig County, Oklahoma during a…
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George Washington's History is so much a part of the history of the United States of America, that without it America would not exist as it does today.…
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