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“I call that bold talk for a one-eyed fat man!”

March 9, 2011 by

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Well, the quote from True Grit is at least fitting, in part… the part relating to bold talk coming from different enlistees, early in the Civil War, or suggestions that an ancestor was making a bold statement, through his enlistment, when there is nothing there to prove it. I doubt many could claim the one-eyed […]

Maryland, my Maryland, wherefore art thou, my Maryland?

January 9, 2011 by

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Earlier this week, I posted a quick comment on my Facebook page about Maryland’s War of 1812 license plates. It’s everywhere, it’s everywhere! Yet, Maryland’s silence about the Sesquicentennial is excruciatingly painful. No blogs, no tweets, nothing… I’m not saying that the War of 1812 is unimportant… because it IS important. What bothers me is […]

The new header for Cenantua’s Blog

November 9, 2008 by

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It’s been up for over a week, but if you still don’t recognize the image in the new header, it is a photo of the Maryland State Monument at Gettysburg. Most of my direct relatives in the Civil War were Virginians, but I also have family ties to Maryland. Those from western Maryland were Union […]