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  • dirtyshirt
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    that's great! Wish I could make it...

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  • MO-Pard
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    Apparently, it has been reported by a few, they are allowing walkon for Wilson's Creek,.($25)

    Comer and company are already there...... many, self included, are heading out tomorrow.

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  • Strawfoot
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    Look, I know this hasn't anything to do with the topic... But if there are any of you from Texas who will be leaving Thursday evening and are passing through Dallas-Fort Worth, I am willing to drive and you can carpool with me. If interested please contact me off forum.


    Mike Phineas
    Arlington, TX
    mphineas@sbcglobal.net

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  • Michael Comer
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    You're right Cody. My omission. I missed a few others also.

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  • ohpkirk
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    Adam Johnson should be on there.
    Last edited by Michael Comer; 08-04-2011, 11:28 PM.

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  • Michael Comer
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    Here is what I have on the roster as of this evening. If you are not on here and should be please let me know asap.


    Comer, Michael
    Aufmuth, Frank
    Aufmuth, Sam
    Aufmuth, Xavier
    Hill, Dan
    Kasmar, Andrew
    Kupsch, Mike
    Helvey, Christopher
    Lipe, Aaron
    McAllister, Patrick
    Snyder, Jeremy
    Weik, Thom
    Yearby, Tom
    Jenkins, Johnnie
    Baker, Fred
    Carr, Brett
    Graves, Seth
    McCarty, Brian
    Mobley, Cody
    Royers, Ron
    Spain, John
    Lauderdale, Jim
    Erickson, Paul
    Leggans, Terry
    Richardson, Greg
    House, Scott
    Rector, Matthew
    Graf, Phil
    Stamos, Christopher
    Parent, David
    Winslow, Dominic
    Ruyle, Tim
    Green, William
    West, Dave
    Spence, Dennie
    Allison, Jason
    Gale, Andrew
    Wicks, Timothy
    Duff, John
    McCollum, Payton
    Boyd, Mike
    Cunning, John
    Moran, Nathan
    Patrick, Andy
    Stevens, Jay
    Bears, David
    Carr, Jeffrey
    Clark, Nic
    Hadley, Dan
    Henderson, Patrick
    Pillers, John
    Pretzl, Kyle
    Laird, Matthew
    Barrett, Dan
    Barrett, Jon
    Herman, Graham
    Rogers, Scott
    Creekmore, Erik
    Barber, Andrew
    Duncam, Ray
    Tarver, Patrick
    Clay Goser
    Mason Goser
    Travis Wunderlich
    Keith Welch
    Pat McDougal
    Paul Turnbull
    Todd Turnbull
    Dave Schmitt
    Mark Barkley
    John Damery
    Bryan Hindrichs
    Rich McClenagen
    Tony Benskin
    Nick Bradford
    Tim Warren
    Chris Warren
    Brant Heitgerd
    Matt Voss
    Greg McAllister
    John Mueller
    James Dougherty
    Chris Osbourne
    Mark Ochenpaugh
    Ted Klos
    Steve Rheinecker
    Barry Barfield
    Regan, Kelly
    Barber, Andrew
    Wicks, Timothy
    Perkins, Frank
    McLemore, Randy
    Irvin, Ken
    Counce, Casey
    Johnson, Adam
    Last edited by Michael Comer; 08-04-2011, 11:30 PM.

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  • Michael Comer
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    If you are planning on doing the commemoration on Wed. evening and the march on Thursday morning, please let me know. Rations need to be provided and numbers are needed.

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  • Andrew Kasmar
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    Marty, that was my mistake. I thought you were going as Missouri State Guard. Sorry about that.

    All the best,

    Andrew

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  • The Lonely Reenactor
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    Mike,there seems to be a mistake somewhere. I did not register as being part of the Brubridge batallion. I registered with the 1st Federal Division. I just wanted to make that correction with you so that there isn't any confusion.

    Marty Rubin
    Independent Volunteers

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  • ohpkirk
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    Mike,
    He's in College Station.

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  • Strawfoot
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    Adam,

    Do you have any powder, and if so, how close to Arlington are you???


    Mike Phineas
    Arlington, TX

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  • csasoldier_61
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    Gentlemen,

    I realized that I was running low on cartridges and decided that I would crank the mill up for this one. If any one needs any rounds or tubes let me know and I will get them made up for you. Just let me know. PM me or email at csasoldier_61@yahoo.com.

    Adam "OX" Johnson
    Texas Ground Hornets

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  • Michael Comer
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    Here is what I have as of now. Registration is closed and I have heard nothing of any extension. However, if you wish to join our effort let me know and I will see what I can do on a case by case basis.

    If you have registered and are not on here, please let me know via PM or email so I can be looking for you.

    Comer, Michael
    Aufmuth, Frank
    Aufmuth, Sam
    Aufmuth, Xavier
    Hill, Dan
    Kasmar, Andrew
    Kupsch, Mike
    Helvey, Christopher
    Lipe, Aaron
    McAllister, Patrick
    Snyder, Jeremy
    Weik, Thom
    Yearby, Tom
    Jenkins, Johnnie
    Baker, Fred
    Carr, Brett
    Graves, Seth
    McCarty, Brian
    Mobley, Cody
    Royers, Ron
    Shelton, Stacie
    Spain, John
    Lauderdale, Jim
    Erickson, Paul
    Leggans, Terry
    Richardson, Greg
    House, Scott
    Rector, Matthew
    Graf, Phil
    Stamos, Christopher
    Parent, David
    Winslow, Dominic
    Ruyle, Tim
    Green, William
    West, Dave
    Spence, Dennie
    Allison, Jason
    Gale, Andrew
    Wicks, Timothy
    Duff, John
    McCollum, Payton
    Boyd, Mike
    Cunning, John
    Moran, Nathan
    Patrick, Andy
    Stevens, Jay
    Bears, David
    Carr, Jeffrey
    Clark, Nic
    Hadley, Dan
    Henderson, Patrick
    Pillers, John
    Pretzl, Kyle
    Laird, Matthew
    Barrett, Dan
    Barrett, Jon
    Herman, Graham
    Rogers, Scott
    Creekmore, Erik
    Barber, Andrew
    Duncam, Ray
    Tarver, Patrick
    Irvin, Ken
    McLemore, Randy
    Rubin, Marty
    Regan, Kelly
    Bemis, Todd

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  • MissouriStateGuard
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    It's the quartermaster receipt book for Parsons Sixth Division, MSG, that show issuance in July 1861 of the types of cloth. It also shows some foodstuffs, to include canned tomatoes. At least one member of Burbridges Regiment (H.M. Cheavens) recorded making a pair of trousers for himself from bolt goods.

    It was a soldier in the 37th Illinois Infantry passing through Bolivar, Missouri, in the fall of 1861 who recorded the local residents were all wearing either blue or brown jeans.

    It was Otto Lademann of the 3rd Missouri Volunteers (Federal) who said the MSG at Carthage "... had no uniforms, being entirely clad in the homespun butternut jeans worn by every Missouri farmer in those days."

    Eugene Ware, with the 1st Iowa, spent some time in July 1861 talking with a young woman near Forsyth, Missouri as she prepared to dye her weaving with a iron tub of "brown-black walnut juice."

    Wiley Britton, a young farmer from Neosho, Missouri, recorded that when he left his family home in 1858 to start a new life in Kansas City (he helped build the Warnall House) his mother presented him with a frock coat and trousers made from jeans and dyed with walnut juice.

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  • Andrew Kasmar
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    Nic, the list of cloth that I have found attributed to being issued to the Missouri State Guard is as follows: jeans, calico, toweling, twills, bed ticking, hickory shirting, blue and brown drill cloth, osnaburg, stripped cotton cloth, lindsey, cottonade, satinet, and cassimere. Unfortunately I cannot find nothing on the color of some of the cloths listed. I don't have the book that this stated in, on hand. But I can post it tomorrow if you would like. They also mention tape trim being issued to the troops, although it does not say what exactly this was to be used for. Thanks

    All the best,

    Andrew

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