Thanks for all your efforts in researching and encouraging the love of history. Continued success with your website.
Henry Gonzales said:May 16, 2010 7:27 am PST
I am so very proud of you for getting the Civil War out there with the public. Especially, doing the tour in Marietta. The town really needed someone like you to tell it's story! Keep up the good work!
Miss hanging out with ya!
All the best,
John Guss said:May 13, 2010 3:34 am PST
Hey Brad, Congratulations on this new website and all of your successes in the preservation of American history.
Thanks for your friendship through all the many years of Civil War reenacting.
Looking forward to your book on the 21st Ohio. Best Wishes for much continued success.
Bonnie Woodman said:April 24, 2010 4:27 pm PST
yes, he was Andrew Nagle. I have copies of the report made from the time of the shooting and his death, but no indication of where he was buried. I have not been able to find any record of his burial in Ohio. He left 8 children behind, it was such a sad story.
John & Gloria Forrest said:April 22, 2010 10:14 am PST
I missed your TV appearance and I was sad. You are so good at this. Maybe you'll be on again.
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