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From: "LL" <>
Subject: Re: [17TH-TX-CAVALRY] Company C
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 15:49:36 -0500
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Thanks I just signed up for the 7 day free trial. I had the records from
footnotes for a few of the soliders and the regiments activity and POWs. I
wish there was a picture somewhere, its in someone's attic somewhere I"m
sure lol. The records at footnote.com are great. Thanks for the advice.
LL
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From: "edie youts" <>
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Sent: Friday, February 05, 2010 10:15 AM
Subject: Re: [17TH-TX-CAVALRY] Company C


I have the book called "This Band of Brothers", but it did not have much in
it for me. I did enjoy the insight I gleaned from it though. The best
resources I found was www.footnote.com as I was able to find my g
grandfather and his brother in Belton, Texas. It had the induction papers
and dates, and it had the death record and date. He died of pneumonia in
Belton, Tx hospitol. I also was able to print out these records. One of the
greatest benefit I got was his county of birth in Tennessee enabling me to
research the family more in depth. Good luck on your searches.




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From: LL <>
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Sent: Thu, February 4, 2010 6:19:49 PM
Subject: [17TH-TX-CAVALRY] Company C

Is there anyone still researching the 17th TX Infantry Company C? Thanks LL

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