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31923Re: [War Of 1812] Letters home

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  • annbwass@aol.com
    Apr 2, 2007
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      In a message dated 4/1/2007 9:29:43 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
      ucpm_gunner@... writes:

      Geez, talk about lousy timing... all that effort invested in waiting
      around for a guy who was never at home and writing mushy letters, then
      she misses out on the big payoff!

      He was absolutely heartbroken and never really got over it. And let's not
      forget, either, that they both had to endure a lot of gossip, that was revived
      when he ran for president. Her first husband was abusive, and they
      separated. Rachel heard that he had gotten a divorce, and she married Andrew. Well,
      it turned out husband number one wasn't divorced, he had just gotten
      permission to file. After the divorce was legal, Andrew and Rachel married again,
      legally, but charges of adultery kept getting slung at them.

      Yes, it was made into a movie, "The President's Lady," with Susan Hayward as
      Rachel and, of course, Charlton Heston as Andrew.

      Ann Wass

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