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May 25, 2011

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Davis Keeler

Nice to hear that the First New Jersey is alive and well. My ggg gf was a private in the rgmt. I am currently writing about his grandson in the Civil War and my interest has been limited the question of what he would have known about his gf in the Revolution, but in the fullness of time I hope to move back to his gf's war and hope by then we'll know even more about the 1st NJ.

David Corbett

Dear Berks.,
If only a spectator or fellow reenactor could look into your mind. Not a farb thought there and more history than a battalion of "authentics!". Soldier on!

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