Re: [ClappCemetery] Re: GANN/GRANTHAM Clapp's Factory Cemetery
- Hi Kemis,
I don't think any mailing list will allow attachments. The reason is to prevent a virus from being spread through the list.
You might have to just send attachments, to all those who want them, in individual emails.
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Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 8:29 PM
Subject: [ClappCemetery] Re: GANN/GRANTHAM Clapp's Factory Cemetery
Yahoo doesn't allow attachments so look under Files - Clapp Village -
GANN & GRANTHAM.
We are looking into new web space that will allow emails with
--- In ClappCemetery@yahoogroups.com, retrofit@... wrote:
> Alice & All,
> I am attaching a couple of files I have on these families
> (GRANTHAM and GANN). I hope some of this material may be of use
> or interest to Alice and perhaps others. I am interested in any
> corrections or additional information on these families. Some of
> them may be buried at Clapp's Factory, although Henry Clay
> & Nancy T. (GRANTHAM) GANN and her sister, Miss Elmedia GRANTHAM,
> are buried at Linwood Cemetery.
> I have further information on Henry's family, particularly his
> brother Zachariah Taylor GANN,who enlisted OCT 1863 for a period
> of 18 months in Co C, Jaques Battalion, and was detailed to watch
> the bridge - I believe this was the bridge at Clapp's Factory.
> Taylor's pension application was filed in Muscogee Co. and a scan
> is posted online. The witness is W. T. MORRIS - note that Daniel
> MORRIS is listed as the Bridge Keeper at Clapp's Factory on the
> 1850 census. Henry C. GANN entered and separated as a Private in
> Company E "Columbus Factory Guards" (under Capt. Julius J.
> CLAPP), 19th Battalion, Georgia State Guards.
> The attachments probably will not post through the Yahoo! group
> mailing list, so if anyone receiving this message through the
> list wishes to receive the files, please email me with your
> request. Thanks,
> John in TX
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