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May 20, 2011


Richard Young

Thank you very much for the post. As a Middletown CT resident (home of Oliver Boardman) and re-enactor of HM 9th Regt of Foot (recreated), part of the convention army, it was of special interest.

Dave J Jackson

Thanks for sharing such a nice historical post with us again. I am a big fan of Du Roi, A. W.

Love your Blog as usual :)

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