- A quick thank you for all the information concerning Cleburne and his non- promotion. When I visit London next I will spend time at the Imperial War Museum and look into the 41st Regement of foot wwith whom Cleburne served, attaining the rank of corporal I believe. This service would certainly have taught him good disciplinary and training skills. Should anyone be interested in my findings I will willingly pass them on. Being Irish born his family past will be difficult to trace. If anyone has any records of British born soldiers in the Confederate forces I would be interested to know about them.I am...etcHugh Martyr
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In a message dated 3/3/2006 9:42:05 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, hooperjwboro@... writes:
My experience for nearly two years was initially excitement because the pain was lessened so that my back was not my center of focus at all times.
I too have lived with pain since April 26, 2004. That is when I had a doctor butcher me when he did a right knee replacement, cutting nerves and other internal parts. On May 17,2005, Mayo Clinic had to do a repair job on the knee and replace the prosthesis that was not only too loose, but the wrong size. Even in doing as much repair as they could do, the knee will never be the same. Thus, I survive with either a Darvocet pill in the morning and/or a Lidocane patch that I put over the knee, and make that last all day. The pain is there only in the motion of bending the knee, which goes from between the four and six level. No Laudenum though Damn, it is Hell getting old.