Re: Aldridge Family: 1700's-early 1800's, NC-SC-TN
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Thank you for such a lovely letter.You write so well I wish you would write a story or poem or send the title of a song that would be appropriate for this memorial soldier's site.
If you do, you can receive Cajun Gumbo or a New Orleans Voodoo Doll or some Crawfish (Boiled or fried) or anything you wish for.
Or, better yet let me fly you to New Orleans for a week so we can get this updated.
How do you feel about having a military site such as this?Hopefully it is sensitive to the family and friends of the U.S. Military.
Please look at this group and send in your advice on links, photos, etc.
Some families have not sent in photos or stories yet.Could you please forward this email to your email list in the event it may reach some friends of the Military?
Thank you so much for your help, best regards,
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