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Marsha Lewis   Newport News, Virginia

  Posted at 12:49pm on Friday, September 1st, 2017

I must commend the caretakers of this website. What a wonderful & updated database you supply.
I came upon it while researching some of the Mason family. Such a great idea having a Confederate Ancestor of the Month piece in your newsletters.
It is obvious a lot of work & care go into this project. I'm sure it is appreciated far & wide, more than you know.
Keep up the excellent work Jubal Early !

Janet Perkins   Richmond, VA

  Posted at 2:22pm on Friday, August 18th, 2017

I enjoy reading about what your chapter does and the articles on your ancestors! Keep up the good work.

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Brian Piaquadio   La Plata, MD

  Posted at 4:20pm on Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

It's so nice to see UDC ladies dressed in period attire and doing events, dedicating monuments etc...
I know my wife wishes her chapter were more active here

Curtis A. Early   Willowick Ohio

  Posted at 12:22pm on Sunday, May 7th, 2017

Thank you for saving history

herrskjortor   Germany, Stendal

  Posted at 2:19pm on Monday, September 19th, 2016

I think I need to check out your site more reguraley.
Great work!

Janet Perkins   Richmond, VA

  Posted at 6:40pm on Monday, July 11th, 2016

I enjoy coming to your website and seeing how busy your chapter is.

leigh greene (nee ayers)   newport news, virginia

  Posted at 10:00am on Monday, November 9th, 2015

thanks for the posting of emmanuel ward ayers, my great great grandfather. very informative.

Mitchel Hylton   Kansas

  Posted at 7:11pm on Monday, August 24th, 2015

Thank you for this site. I found valuable information regarding my great great grandfather (Riley Harrison Hylton and my great uncle(s), including Lorenzo Dow Hylton on this site. The 6 brothers were all Confederate soldiers fighting for states rights. Many thanks for the research and the site itself. I now know where some are buried and therefore can go and pay my respects.

Mitchel B Hylton.

Dr Cheryl Brown Davis   Heathsville, Virginia

  Posted at 12:24pm on Monday, August 10th, 2015

Many thanks for your help and support in the honoring of a confederate soldier grave marking in late June for Lancaster County#1406's own Susan Hudson, great- great uncle who served from the Fincastle area. I was so pleased to see so many of your chapter members participating and how beautiful you ALL looked

Cynthia Dillon Payne   Williamstown, MA

  Posted at 10:56pm on Friday, January 23rd, 2015

My father, Raymond A. Dillon, grew up in Roanoke. Unfortunately I've never been to Roanoke, but I know I have many ancestors there: Dillon, Greer, Buckner, Harper, Gusler, Perdue, Saunders. Been working on my genealogy many years, but still not very good at it. My grandfather was Frank A. Dillon. I'd love to hear from any relatives.


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