Yes that would be great if you could put it in the next newsletter.I have information from a book called "Thomas DeAlba Sr. and Descendants" written by elizabeth Hogg Tronmonger in 1974.Other than the stuff I put up, all it has isnames the sons and their sons and so on, when they were born and when died, that's it.I was hoping to find more information any way I could. Somebody somewhere has Thomas DeAlba's uniform and other stuff from the war when he was in the calvary (I think).It's all a little sketchy and just wnt to understand my history better. Every time I start looking I just hit a wall and can't get anywhere and is just frustrating to not be able to find more information on Thomas DeAlba and his life. I have been typing the book on the computer for some time now and when I'm done I can emai it to you if you want.
P.S. My great aunt who is 93 and my great uncle live in Yorktown and are big in the history there. Maybe you know them, they are Tress Gamage and Jack Burcher