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  • Corey, things are fine, thanks for asking. I know you'll do a great job with the article. No one, but you, should write it! --- In TalkAntietam@^$1, "Corey MacLeod" wrote: > > Scott, I will be calling on your assistance as well. Thank you sir. How is > everything going for you friend? > > On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 9:17 AM, Scott Hann > wrote: > > > Corey, > > > > If you need any help...
    Scott Hann Jul 9, 2008
  • Corey, If you need any help writing an article about Samuel Wright count me in as well. What's mine is yours. Scott
    Scott Hann Jul 9, 2008
  • Stephen, kudos! I've made a number of trips to my local Borders Bookstore, and today, finally, they had your issue in stock. Great article! O. T. Riley (bless his heart, I misspelled that on purpose) would be proud. --- In TalkAntietam@^$1, Jim Rosebrock wrote: > > The magazine is in Barnes and Noble. It is the September edition. I just picked it up. > Jim > > --- On Fri, 7/4/08...
    Scott Hann Jul 8, 2008
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  • Does anyone know of any cannon at or near Dunker Church being disabled and/or captured? If not, are there records of limbers, caissons, forges and the like abandoned and captured in this vicinity? Thanks, Scott
    Scott Hann Jul 6, 2008
  • Tom, How can I get in touch with Keven? I'm trying to determine how many Rohrbach farms, at the time of the battle, had barns. The only Rohrbach families I'm aware of are those of Henry and Noah near the Lower Bridge. Scott --- In TalkAntietam@^$1, "RoteBaron" wrote: > > I was at Antietam last Friday to give a full tour for a friend. While at the park, I spoke with my good friend...
    Scott Hann Jun 30, 2008
  • On a similar note, I'm looking for information about Captain Hansford D. D. Twiggs, Company G, 1st Georgia (Regulars) who was wounded and captured in the house on this property, possibly by a member of Company K, 45th Pennsylvania. I've already consulted the Official Records, Carman and the regimental history of the 45th.
    Scott Hann Jun 25, 2008
  • Ditto! I'd love to see if they mention LTC Levi Maish or Lt. William A. Givler.
    Scott Hann Jun 19, 2008
  • Hey Mr. Football, You know Sam and I thought that was a very generous gesture. Scott --- In TalkAntietam@^$1, RoteBaron@^$2.. wrote: > > NPS has posted photo and story of Corey MacLeod's donation of ancestor's Congressional Medal of Honor online at: > http://www.nps.gov/anti/parknews/release-08-06-10.htm > Tom Shay > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] >
    Scott Hann Jun 16, 2008
  • Hey Corey, Looks like a reunion! Welcome aboard. Scott Hann --- In TalkAntietam@^$1, "corey.macleod" wrote: > > Stephen! How are you doing pal? I intended to respond to your last > email before now. Sam won the medal. I just happened to A) be lucky > enough to have it passed on to me, and B) be lucky enough to work it > out in a court settlement that I would donate the medal as...
    Scott Hann Jun 12, 2008
  • Dear Gerry, Without looking too hard I found the following tidbit about "country rifles" in the July 16, 1861 issue of the Richmond Daily Dispatch: "The country rifle, also, may often be obtained in sufficient numbers to equip a company or two in a county. The use of the Minnie instead of the round ball in these, makes them fully as destructive as the famed Enfield rifle." I'll...
    Scott Hann Jun 4, 2008