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Ancestor served, but had little to say

by | Dec 7, 2015 | Confederate affiliation, Hyde

“My great-grandfather was named William Cahoon, but my grams called him Bill. He served in the Confederacy but my dad said he never heard him talk about it. My great-grandmother did receive money for a while after the war, and that helped them keep up part of the farm, but it still sold before I was born.”

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