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February 10, 2010


Wanitta M. Gray

Thank you so much Tim for your time and efforts in this project. I have a very old D.A.R Eligibility Clause that was found in my family's papers showing my Great Great Grandfather served under Capt. John Conway's company, 1st regiment, New Jersey continental line, commanded by the RT. Hon. WM, Earl of Sterling. I have not been able to find my GGGrndf, who was a private because all references that I have found on the internet does not show Capt. Conway's as NJ 1st regiment. Only reference as 3rd company. There is no date or signature on the D.A.R. document, just "D.A.R. Lineage Book NO. 150390. I am not sure if this was ever sumitted or returned and have not found any information on my ancesor. But I am glad to see that there is some merit in the material in relationship to your information. Thanks again, I enjoyed your Blog. Wanitta M. Gray

Grant Mishoe

Well written and very interesting Tim. I enjoy reading your blog and am continuously impressed with your wealth of knowledge!

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