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  • Frank and Karen Lilley
    I will try to do it physical limitations not withstanding, do not want to take the point just want to be a grunt Frank Lilley _____ From:
    Message 1 of 11 , Dec 30, 2009
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      I will try to do it physical limitations not withstanding, do not want to take the point just want to be a grunt
       
      Frank Lilley


      From: NewEnglandCampaigners@yahoogroups.com [mailto:NewEnglandCampaigners@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Shane Kindred
      Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 12:54 PM
      To: newengland campaigners
      Subject: RE: [NewEnglandCampaigners] Bull Run event

       

      I'm in.

      Tim Kindred


      To: NewEnglandCampaigne rs@yahoogroups. com
      From: tom.craig@ymail. com
      Date: Tue, 29 Dec 2009 19:28:26 -0800
      Subject: [NewEnglandCampaign ers] Bull Run event

       
      Hey All,
         I have been in contact with the orgainizers for the Return to Manassas PL adjunct.  I inquired about what we'd need to form a company of our own, and if there were still spots available.
         They would love to have us fill the vacant spot in the battalion.  In order to have our own company we would need to field between 25-35 guys.  That's a tall order, but I am sure that it can be done if we put the effort into it.  I know we've gotten about 8-9 guys who have said they are interested.. .is there enough to field a company?  Please chime in if you are on board, interested, or at least willing to consider it. 
         To be realistic I think we need to establish a deadline to determine if it is plausible to move forward with our own company.  To that end, if you're interested make it known by January 10th.
      DISCLAIMER!! !  I am not acting in any official capacity of any sort at this point.  If there is someone with a burning desire to organize this, by all means step forward!  I am simply trying to guage interest and get the ball rolling.  I will willingly support anyone who has a burning desire to be a point person on this effort.
       
      Happy New Year!
      Tom Craig




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    • Tom Craig
      Happy New Year to all,    All you ruffians and shirkers ought to be over your New Year s hangovers by this point, so I want to refresh your memories on the
      Message 2 of 11 , Jan 4, 2010
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        Happy New Year to all,
           All you ruffians and shirkers ought to be over your New Year's hangovers by this point, so I want to refresh your memories on the Bull Run adjunct.  So far we have the following folks who have expressed interest (names are listed in no particular order):
        Tom Craig
        Frank Lilley
        Tom Gengras
        Bob Firth
        Tim Kindred
        Dave Worsham
        Marc Avrill
        Rob Granchamp
        Mark McCormick
         
           So there is 9, and I know of at least two other characters who will go, but just haven't chimed in anywhere.  We need 25 signed up for our own company and we're almost halfway there.  What do you think guys...can we do it?
        Take care,
        Tom
         
        P.S.   In case you'd like some more detail, here is the message I got from Joe Bordonaro (one of the adjunct organizers):
         
        We do have an open company if you and your New England pards want to join the party. We're looking to field 25-30 man companies.  We would like the number of NCOs to be proportional to the number of troops, of course. With a 30 man company you'd probably want a captain, a first lieutenant, an orderly sergeant, a second sergeant, four corporals, and 22 privates. Although the event itself will not be an immersive event we are going to try and make our portion of it as immersive as possible. We'll be portraying one unit all weekend and will be participating in only two of the four battle scenarios. We will be doing a little marching, but nothing very strenuous or very long. We will be moving our campsite which will limit the amount of stuff that our guys will be able to bring with them. If there is any other information I can supply, please let me know. I'll send you an invitation to the 26th New York YahooGroup website I've set up for the event. We have some research posted there and will be adding more as time goes by. Bill Birney and Joe Caridi are the main guys for this adjunct. I'm basically just a front man to make people think a responsible older guy is involved in the planning :) Of course, since you know me you'll know that I'm not that responsible, but I am indisputably older :) Anyway, it's good to hear from you and I hope that your New England pards rally around the 26th New York flag for the occasion!
                 - Joe



      • Will Tatum
        Originally I wasn t planning on attending this event, but now that there s a New England company, I guess you can put me down, even though I am back South
        Message 3 of 11 , Jan 4, 2010
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          Originally I wasn't planning on attending this event, but now that there's a New England company, I guess you can put me down, even though I am back South again and don't know what my schedule will be like in August. I know Caleb Horton is down for this, too. The event is in late August, right?


          Will Tatum

          On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 10:38 PM, Tom Craig <tom.craig@...> wrote:
           

          Happy New Year to all,
             All you ruffians and shirkers ought to be over your New Year's hangovers by this point, so I want to refresh your memories on the Bull Run adjunct.  So far we have the following folks who have expressed interest (names are listed in no particular order):
          Tom Craig
          Frank Lilley
          Tom Gengras
          Bob Firth
          Tim Kindred
          Dave Worsham
          Marc Avrill
          Rob Granchamp
          Mark McCormick
           
             So there is 9, and I know of at least two other characters who will go, but just haven't chimed in anywhere.  We need 25 signed up for our own company and we're almost halfway there.  What do you think guys...can we do it?
          Take care,
          Tom
           
          P.S.   In case you'd like some more detail, here is the message I got from Joe Bordonaro (one of the adjunct organizers):
           
          We do have an open company if you and your New England pards want to join the party. We're looking to field 25-30 man companies.  We would like the number of NCOs to be proportional to the number of troops, of course. With a 30 man company you'd probably want a captain, a first lieutenant, an orderly sergeant, a second sergeant, four corporals, and 22 privates. Although the event itself will not be an immersive event we are going to try and make our portion of it as immersive as possible. We'll be portraying one unit all weekend and will be participating in only two of the four battle scenarios. We will be doing a little marching, but nothing very strenuous or very long. We will be moving our campsite which will limit the amount of stuff that our guys will be able to bring with them. If there is any other information I can supply, please let me know. I'll send you an invitation to the 26th New York YahooGroup website I've set up for the event. We have some research posted there and will be adding more as time goes by. Bill Birney and Joe Caridi are the main guys for this adjunct. I'm basically just a front man to make people think a responsible older guy is involved in the planning :) Of course, since you know me you'll know that I'm not that responsible, but I am indisputably older :) Anyway, it's good to hear from you and I hope that your New England pards rally around the 26th New York flag for the occasion!
                   - Joe




        • Tom Craig
          Hey Will,    Good to hear from you!  Yes, the event is August 27-29th.  Caleb was one of those miscreants that I was counting on coming but hadn t heard
          Message 4 of 11 , Jan 4, 2010
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            Hey Will,
               Good to hear from you!  Yes, the event is August 27-29th.  Caleb was one of those miscreants that I was counting on coming but hadn't heard from yet, but I will happily add his and your names to the list.
               That's 11 folks who have expressed interest.  Let me know by Sunday the 10th if you're interested so we can make a call on whether to proceed with this merry experiment.
            Take care,
            Tom


            --- On Tue, 1/5/10, Will Tatum <albemarle@...> wrote:

            From: Will Tatum <albemarle@...>
            Subject: Re: [NewEnglandCampaigners] Bull Run event
            To: NewEnglandCampaigners@yahoogroups.com
            Date: Tuesday, January 5, 2010, 3:43 AM

             
            Originally I wasn't planning on attending this event, but now that there's a New England company, I guess you can put me down, even though I am back South again and don't know what my schedule will be like in August. I know Caleb Horton is down for this, too. The event is in late August, right?


            Will Tatum

            On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 10:38 PM, Tom Craig <tom.craig@ymail. com> wrote:
             
            Happy New Year to all,
               All you ruffians and shirkers ought to be over your New Year's hangovers by this point, so I want to refresh your memories on the Bull Run adjunct.  So far we have the following folks who have expressed interest (names are listed in no particular order):
            Tom Craig
            Frank Lilley
            Tom Gengras
            Bob Firth
            Tim Kindred
            Dave Worsham
            Marc Avrill
            Rob Granchamp
            Mark McCormick
             
               So there is 9, and I know of at least two other characters who will go, but just haven't chimed in anywhere.  We need 25 signed up for our own company and we're almost halfway there.  What do you think guys...can we do it?
            Take care,
            Tom
             
            P.S.   In case you'd like some more detail, here is the message I got from Joe Bordonaro (one of the adjunct organizers):
             
            We do have an open company if you and your New England pards want to join the party. We're looking to field 25-30 man companies.  We would like the number of NCOs to be proportional to the number of troops, of course. With a 30 man company you'd probably want a captain, a first lieutenant, an orderly sergeant, a second sergeant, four corporals, and 22 privates. Although the event itself will not be an immersive event we are going to try and make our portion of it as immersive as possible. We'll be portraying one unit all weekend and will be participating in only two of the four battle scenarios. We will be doing a little marching, but nothing very strenuous or very long. We will be moving our campsite which will limit the amount of stuff that our guys will be able to bring with them. If there is any other information I can supply, please let me know. I'll send you an invitation to the 26th New York YahooGroup website I've set up for the event. We have some research posted there and will be adding more as time goes by. Bill Birney and Joe Caridi are the main guys for this adjunct. I'm basically just a front man to make people think a responsible older guy is involved in the planning :) Of course, since you know me you'll know that I'm not that responsible, but I am indisputably older :) Anyway, it's good to hear from you and I hope that your New England pards rally around the 26th New York flag for the occasion!
                     - Joe





          • Will Tatum
            Tom et al, What about the 5th NH guys? Surely there is a way to rally more New Englanders to the colours, even if we have to portray some New York Regt. Wish
            Message 5 of 11 , Jan 4, 2010
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              Tom et al,
                   What about the 5th NH guys? Surely there is a way to rally more New Englanders to the colours, even if we have to portray some New York Regt. Wish we could represent old Rhode Island...has there ever been a quality event with an RI focus?


              Will

              On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 10:48 PM, Tom Craig <tom.craig@...> wrote:
               

              Hey Will,
                 Good to hear from you!  Yes, the event is August 27-29th.  Caleb was one of those miscreants that I was counting on coming but hadn't heard from yet, but I will happily add his and your names to the list.
                 That's 11 folks who have expressed interest.  Let me know by Sunday the 10th if you're interested so we can make a call on whether to proceed with this merry experiment.
              Take care,
              Tom


              --- On Tue, 1/5/10, Will Tatum <albemarle@...> wrote:

              From: Will Tatum <albemarle@...>
              Subject: Re: [NewEnglandCampaigners] Bull Run event
              To: NewEnglandCampaigners@yahoogroups.com
              Date: Tuesday, January 5, 2010, 3:43 AM


               
              Originally I wasn't planning on attending this event, but now that there's a New England company, I guess you can put me down, even though I am back South again and don't know what my schedule will be like in August. I know Caleb Horton is down for this, too. The event is in late August, right?


              Will Tatum

              On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 10:38 PM, Tom Craig <tom.craig@ymail. com> wrote:
               
              Happy New Year to all,
                 All you ruffians and shirkers ought to be over your New Year's hangovers by this point, so I want to refresh your memories on the Bull Run adjunct.  So far we have the following folks who have expressed interest (names are listed in no particular order):
              Tom Craig
              Frank Lilley
              Tom Gengras
              Bob Firth
              Tim Kindred
              Dave Worsham
              Marc Avrill
              Rob Granchamp
              Mark McCormick
               
                 So there is 9, and I know of at least two other characters who will go, but just haven't chimed in anywhere.  We need 25 signed up for our own company and we're almost halfway there.  What do you think guys...can we do it?
              Take care,
              Tom
               
              P.S.   In case you'd like some more detail, here is the message I got from Joe Bordonaro (one of the adjunct organizers):
               
              We do have an open company if you and your New England pards want to join the party. We're looking to field 25-30 man companies.  We would like the number of NCOs to be proportional to the number of troops, of course. With a 30 man company you'd probably want a captain, a first lieutenant, an orderly sergeant, a second sergeant, four corporals, and 22 privates. Although the event itself will not be an immersive event we are going to try and make our portion of it as immersive as possible. We'll be portraying one unit all weekend and will be participating in only two of the four battle scenarios. We will be doing a little marching, but nothing very strenuous or very long. We will be moving our campsite which will limit the amount of stuff that our guys will be able to bring with them. If there is any other information I can supply, please let me know. I'll send you an invitation to the 26th New York YahooGroup website I've set up for the event. We have some research posted there and will be adding more as time goes by. Bill Birney and Joe Caridi are the main guys for this adjunct. I'm basically just a front man to make people think a responsible older guy is involved in the planning :) Of course, since you know me you'll know that I'm not that responsible, but I am indisputably older :) Anyway, it's good to hear from you and I hope that your New England pards rally around the 26th New York flag for the occasion!
                       - Joe






            • Boynton Family
              Tom, After a very inactive 2009, both myself and my son are very interested. Mark & Matt Boynton Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device from U.S. Cellular
              Message 6 of 11 , Jan 4, 2010
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                Tom,

                After a very inactive 2009, both myself and my son are very interested.

                Mark & Matt Boynton

                Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device from U.S. Cellular


                From: Tom Craig <tom.craig@...>
                Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2010 19:38:31 -0800 (PST)
                To: <NewEnglandCampaigners@yahoogroups.com>
                Subject: RE: [NewEnglandCampaigners] Bull Run event

                 

                Happy New Year to all,
                   All you ruffians and shirkers ought to be over your New Year's hangovers by this point, so I want to refresh your memories on the Bull Run adjunct.  So far we have the following folks who have expressed interest (names are listed in no particular order):
                Tom Craig
                Frank Lilley
                Tom Gengras
                Bob Firth
                Tim Kindred
                Dave Worsham
                Marc Avrill
                Rob Granchamp
                Mark McCormick
                 
                   So there is 9, and I know of at least two other characters who will go, but just haven't chimed in anywhere.  We need 25 signed up for our own company and we're almost halfway there.  What do you think guys...can we do it?
                Take care,
                Tom
                 
                P.S.   In case you'd like some more detail, here is the message I got from Joe Bordonaro (one of the adjunct organizers):
                 
                We do have an open company if you and your New England pards want to join the party. We're looking to field 25-30 man companies.  We would like the number of NCOs to be proportional to the number of troops, of course. With a 30 man company you'd probably want a captain, a first lieutenant, an orderly sergeant, a second sergeant, four corporals, and 22 privates. Although the event itself will not be an immersive event we are going to try and make our portion of it as immersive as possible. We'll be portraying one unit all weekend and will be participating in only two of the four battle scenarios. We will be doing a little marching, but nothing very strenuous or very long. We will be moving our campsite which will limit the amount of stuff that our guys will be able to bring with them. If there is any other information I can supply, please let me know. I'll send you an invitation to the 26th New York YahooGroup website I've set up for the event. We have some research posted there and will be adding more as time goes by. Bill Birney and Joe Caridi are the main guys for this adjunct. I'm basically just a front man to make people think a responsible older guy is involved in the planning :) Of course, since you know me you'll know that I'm not that responsible, but I am indisputably older :) Anyway, it's good to hear from you and I hope that your New England pards rally around the 26th New York flag for the occasion!
                         - Joe



              • rostranor
                All right now we are talking! I like where this is going. Someone posted earlier that they were going to possibly bring this event up at the 5th NH unit
                Message 7 of 11 , Jan 5, 2010
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                  All right now we are talking! I like where this is going. Someone posted earlier that they were going to possibly bring this event up at the 5th NH unit meeting. Not sure if I read that right or not. I am going to send out a couple more emails today to drum up some more guys. We can add Ryan Mcyntre to that list ( and I think Johnny Lolyd
                  said he was done too. Bob am I right on that one?)

                  Frank glad to see you returning to the colors. Maybe we can hike up the mountain again for training.

                  Tom Gingras



                  --- In NewEnglandCampaigners@yahoogroups.com, "Boynton Family" <mboynton1@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > Tom,
                  >
                  > After a very inactive 2009, both myself and my son are very interested.
                  >
                  > Mark & Matt Boynton
                  >
                  > Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device from U.S. Cellular
                  >
                  > -----Original Message-----
                  > From: Tom Craig <tom.craig@...>
                  > Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2010 19:38:31
                  > To: <NewEnglandCampaigners@yahoogroups.com>
                  > Subject: RE: [NewEnglandCampaigners] Bull Run event
                  >
                  > Happy New Year to all,
                  >    All you ruffians and shirkers ought to be over your New Year's hangovers by this point, so I want to refresh your memories on the Bull Run adjunct.  So far we have the following folks who have expressed interest (names are listed in no particular order):
                  > Tom Craig
                  > Frank Lilley
                  > Tom Gengras
                  > Bob Firth
                  > Tim Kindred
                  > Dave Worsham
                  > Marc Avrill
                  > Rob Granchamp
                  > Mark McCormick
                  >  
                  >    So there is 9, and I know of at least two other characters who will go, but just haven't chimed in anywhere.  We need 25 signed up for our own company and we're almost halfway there.  What do you think guys...can we do it?
                  > Take care,
                  > Tom
                  >  
                  > P.S.   In case you'd like some more detail, here is the message I got from Joe Bordonaro (one of the adjunct organizers):
                  >  
                  > We do have an open company if you and your New England pards want to join the party. We're looking to field 25-30 man companies.  We would like the number of NCOs to be proportional to the number of troops, of course. With a 30 man company you'd probably want a captain, a first lieutenant, an orderly sergeant, a second sergeant, four corporals, and 22 privates. Although the event itself will not be an immersive event we are going to try and make our portion of it as immersive as possible. We'll be portraying one unit all weekend and will be participating in only two of the four battle scenarios. We will be doing a little marching, but nothing very strenuous or very long. We will be moving our campsite which will limit the amount of stuff that our guys will be able to bring with them. If there is any other information I can supply, please let me know. I'll send you an invitation to the 26th New York YahooGroup website I've set up for the event. We have
                  > some research posted there and will be adding more as time goes by. Bill Birney and Joe Caridi are the main guys for this adjunct. I'm basically just a front man to make people think a responsible older guy is involved in the planning :) Of course, since you know me you'll know that I'm not that responsible, but I am indisputably older :) Anyway, it's good to hear from you and I hope that your New England pards rally around the 26th New York flag for the occasion!
                  >          - Joe
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                • tom Rousseau
                  Will I don t think there has ever been a effort to portray a Rhode Island unit properly at quality event which kills me. since almost all or my ancestors that
                  Message 8 of 11 , Jan 5, 2010
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                    Will

                       I don't think there has ever been a effort to portray a Rhode Island unit properly at quality event which kills me.  since almost all or my ancestors that fought in the war,  served in the 2nd RI Infantry.
                    also Tom you can count me in for the company for 2nd Bull Run its about time for me to brush the dust off my Civil War kit.

                                                                                                        Tom Rousseau


                    From: Will Tatum <albemarle@...>
                    To: NewEnglandCampaigners@yahoogroups.com
                    Sent: Mon, January 4, 2010 10:52:20 PM
                    Subject: Re: [NewEnglandCampaigners] Bull Run event

                     

                    Tom et al,
                         What about the 5th NH guys? Surely there is a way to rally more New Englanders to the colours, even if we have to portray some New York Regt. Wish we could represent old Rhode Island...has there ever been a quality event with an RI focus?


                    Will

                    On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 10:48 PM, Tom Craig <tom.craig@ymail. com> wrote:
                     

                    Hey Will,
                       Good to hear from you!  Yes, the event is August 27-29th.  Caleb was one of those miscreants that I was counting on coming but hadn't heard from yet, but I will happily add his and your names to the list.
                       That's 11 folks who have expressed interest.  Let me know by Sunday the 10th if you're interested so we can make a call on whether to proceed with this merry experiment.
                    Take care,
                    Tom


                    --- On Tue, 1/5/10, Will Tatum <albemarle@gmail. com> wrote:

                    From: Will Tatum <albemarle@gmail. com>
                    Subject: Re: [NewEnglandCampaign ers] Bull Run event
                    To: NewEnglandCampaigne rs@yahoogroups. com
                    Date: Tuesday, January 5, 2010, 3:43 AM


                     
                    Originally I wasn't planning on attending this event, but now that there's a New England company, I guess you can put me down, even though I am back South again and don't know what my schedule will be like in August. I know Caleb Horton is down for this, too. The event is in late August, right?


                    Will Tatum

                    On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 10:38 PM, Tom Craig <tom.craig@ymail. com> wrote:
                     
                    Happy New Year to all,
                       All you ruffians and shirkers ought to be over your New Year's hangovers by this point, so I want to refresh your memories on the Bull Run adjunct.  So far we have the following folks who have expressed interest (names are listed in no particular order):
                    Tom Craig
                    Frank Lilley
                    Tom Gengras
                    Bob Firth
                    Tim Kindred
                    Dave Worsham
                    Marc Avrill
                    Rob Granchamp
                    Mark McCormick
                     
                       So there is 9, and I know of at least two other characters who will go, but just haven't chimed in anywhere.  We need 25 signed up for our own company and we're almost halfway there.  What do you think guys...can we do it?
                    Take care,
                    Tom
                     
                    P.S.   In case you'd like some more detail, here is the message I got from Joe Bordonaro (one of the adjunct organizers):
                     
                    We do have an open company if you and your New England pards want to join the party. We're looking to field 25-30 man companies.  We would like the number of NCOs to be proportional to the number of troops, of course. With a 30 man company you'd probably want a captain, a first lieutenant, an orderly sergeant, a second sergeant, four corporals, and 22 privates. Although the event itself will not be an immersive event we are going to try and make our portion of it as immersive as possible. We'll be portraying one unit all weekend and will be participating in only two of the four battle scenarios. We will be doing a little marching, but nothing very strenuous or very long. We will be moving our campsite which will limit the amount of stuff that our guys will be able to bring with them. If there is any other information I can supply, please let me know. I'll send you an invitation to the 26th New York YahooGroup website I've set up for the event. We have some research posted there and will be adding more as time goes by. Bill Birney and Joe Caridi are the main guys for this adjunct. I'm basically just a front man to make people think a responsible older guy is involved in the planning :) Of course, since you know me you'll know that I'm not that responsible, but I am indisputably older :) Anyway, it's good to hear from you and I hope that your New England pards rally around the 26th New York flag for the occasion!
                             - Joe







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