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Revolutionary War Vet Receives Final Honor

Published: 7:56 AM, 05/04/2009


About 30 people gathered on rain-swept Bald Ridge here on Saturday morning to honor a Revolutionary War veteran who spent the last four decades of his life in northern Greene County.
Channels: Military  History 
Keywords: revolutionary,  war,  veteran,  memorial,  grave,  marker 


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