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John Gross
Desert Southwest, USA
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E-3 Private First Class


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Theft from Gen. John Reynolds Grave site
Posted on: 2/25/2017 7:50:40 PM
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My areas of expertise are firearms and Latin females. Not necessarily in that order.

gettysburgerrn
massapequa, NY, USA
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E-4 Corporal


Posts: 94

Re: Theft from Gen. John Reynolds Grave site
Posted on: 2/26/2017 5:43:59 AM
Very sad....people have no respect....

Ken
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"You will find a great many of the truths we cling to depend greatly upon our own point of view...." Obi Wan Kenobi

Michigan Dave
Muskegon, Michigan, MI, USA
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E-9 Cmd Sgt Major


Posts: 2557

Re: Theft from Gen. John Reynolds Grave site
Posted on: 3/4/2017 9:33:27 AM
If there is a paranormal, I hope Gen Reynolds haunts this guy big time!?

Run him through, John!!!
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"The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract."

joe mieczkowski
Fairfield, PA, USA
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E-4 Specialist


Posts: 51

Re: Theft from Gen. John Reynolds Grave site
Posted on: 5/27/2017 2:07:03 PM
Last year there was a theft at the grave of General Wadsworth in New York

GENESEO - Two large cast objects are missing and presumed stolen from the sarcophagus of Gen. James S. Wadsworth, a noted Civil War general who led troops at the Battle of Gettysburg and elsewhere and is buried in Temple Hill Cemetery.

The palm and oak leave sheaves were made of copper and bolted to each horizontal side of the sarcophagus.

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Joe
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You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours. -- Simon Cameron


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