In Memory Of Old Friends

In remembrance of our dear friends, our fellow 18th Century travelers who have gone on before us.

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In Memory Of Old Friends

Postby PAUL C. DAIUTE » Fri May 23, 2014 7:43 am

With the coming of memorial Day , I remember friends who have departed and would like to acknowledge them. I remember; Thornton Mcglamery (Benedict Arnold AEQ-75), Grosby Milliman (Jonathan Return Meigs AEQ-75), Les Fayles (Capt. Shepard, Shepard's C0. of Rangers), Lloyd Varney (Hobb's Co of Rangers), Harland Fuller, Peter Irish, Will'm Perry, Carl McCortney, Dan Daley, Roger Collins , (all of Colburn's Co of Articifers AEQ-75), Peter Cain (Black Smith and Armorer at Richmond, Maine. All gone but never forgotten.
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