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Brad said:   December 30, 2014 7:37 am PST
Donna if you return send me a e-mail 21stohio@charter.net

Donna Fillinger said:   November 16, 2014 10:33 am PST
My husband and I were in Atlanta for Bands of America, in October. Our grandsons school from Grain Valley, Missouri was practicing at Kennesaw high school. We spent the afternoon at Kennesaw Mountain touring the different areas of the civil war battles. My 1st cousin twice removed Benjamin Webb Baker was in the 3rd division, 1st brigade, 25th Illinois - Colonel Richard H. Nodine. Webb fought in a number of major engagements, including Pea Ridge, Arkansas; perryville, Kentucky (where his brother John was killed); Stone River, Tennessee; Chickamauga, Georgia; and on Sherman's march to Atlanta. My cousin Benson Bobrick wrote a book titled "Testament", A Soldier's Story Of The Civil War. In the book their are 90 letters written to his mother Sarah Adams Baker (my great aunt), and Webb's grandparents (my 2nd great grandparents John Quincy Adams and Susannah Webb Adams). Webb's brother John was killed in the battle of Perryville, Kentucky, October 8, 1862. John Baker was burried where he fell but late in the fall of 1862 his remains were returned to Hutton, Illinois and buried in Hurricane cemetery near his hometown of Hutton. I wish we would have had more time to spend at Kennesaw and the surrounding area but hope to return someday to see more of the area.

Shelby Stillwell said:   October 28, 2014 2:13 pm PST
We went on a group trip to Kennesaw Mountain and brad was our leader. It amazed me how much he recalled and knew. He told us so much information and it was a wonderful experience. I had a great time and I look forward to going with him again!!

Troy Cornwell said:   October 27, 2014 7:23 am PST
This was my second trip with Brad. I have been to Kennesaw Mountain several times before, but trust me, you have NEVER been there unless you go with Brad. He told us so many personal stories from regular soldiers. It was very informative and enlightening. I STRONGLY encourage anyone from history buffs to novices to get Brad to lead your group. You will NOT be disappointed!

Arlene Hooker said:   September 19, 2014 6:49 am PST
Brad: Really enjoyed your visit last night at the Dalton Civil War Roundtable. I know I will enjoy reading your books also.

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