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Looooove the Brandon Lee Bio! I Admire Brandon Lee (and Bruce) so much!
|Stephen Kress||Thanks for your work|
I just read your bio on Sophie Scholl. She is a relative via Kress family. I really appreciate your work.
|Anonymous||RE: Lee Patrick|
That was great!!
Thank you so much:)
|Jeremy Cobbold||RE: Ralph Bates|
Not at all. Glad to be of assistance. Saw him in 'Absent Friends', a play by Alan Ayckbourn at The Grand Theatre in Leeds in 1988. Tragic loss
Just wanted to say that you wrote a really amazing and interesting bio for him. Well done!!
Added by ScottRC on May 21, 2012 5:11 PM
|Kit and Morgan Benson||Your Famous Biographies|
Thank you for the many well researched and well written biographies on the Famous graves. You do magnificent work.
Thank you so much for an accurate & sensitive portrayal. If I read one more time about how the Ridge's and Boudinot "caused" the Trail of Tears I was going to beat my head against the wall! (My daughter is a direct descentant of Andrew Ross , who probably was in on the Echota Treaty signing for what he could get? How can you ever really know?) People who haven't studied the history of the nation and then open books in the middle think they understand and assume blame and so much bias! Was Chief Ross really that perfect as a Chief? Tired of those three signer's being so reviled!
Added by Caroline on Jun 14, 2010 2:39 PM
|Carson||RE: Gustavus Conyngham|
Excellent, thank you!
Added by Carson on Oct 22, 2009 11:00 AM
Again, another few moments of stepping into a world long past with your wonderful words. Your talents are much appreciated!
Added by GerbLady on May 30, 2009 7:14 PM