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john banks (#47010959)
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Bio Photo I am married and have two kids. I graduated from Mount Lebanon (Pa.) High School and West Virginia University. My first job out of college was sports editor of the Martinsburg (W.Va.) Evening Journal, in the heart of Civil War country. I now work for ESPN in Connecticut.
I am an avid Civil War buff and author of a blog on the Civil War. Oddly, it's called John Banks' Civil War blog.
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Judy Birchenough
RE: message from john banks
John: Of course! I should be able to do this tomorrow for you - if not tomorrow, definately over the weekend. Quite a bit of history behind them, isn't there? Judy
Added by Judy Birchenough on Dec 17, 2014 7:10 PM
Judy Birchenough
Henry Schumaker
You are very welcome, John. Please let me know if I could be of any further assistance. Have a great day! Judy
Added by Judy Birchenough on Dec 02, 2014 3:24 PM
Irene Coward Merlin
RE: Antietam Burnside Mann
Hi John, I checked my cemetery photos and the photos of Antietam's stone are fair. I have three and can send them to you for you to evaluate. I also have photos of Peter's eldest son John who served in Company I, 22nd Connecticut Infantry also during the Civil War. Do you already have his information? His stone is badly worn but legible and I would be happy to send you those photos also. You can contact me directly at magician1@comcast.net. John is my great grandfather and Peter my gggrandfather. Antietam is my gg aunt. Irene Coward Merlin
Added by Irene Coward Merlin on May 29, 2013 7:23 PM
 

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