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Re: 1st Florida Cavalry Union Volunteers

Hi Jim, I hope you enjoy the book. I spend some time in the book exploring the conditions in the panhandle and south Alabama and looking at the handful of counties the majority of the men were in prior to the war. I do have much more info on most of the men than most existing indexes. I've visited William's grave, since I go through Milligan on occasion. He is one of the few men who has correct Civil War markers on their graves. Were Overstreet and William's fathers brothers? If so, I will make that in my database for when I update the book. I had suspected a link but couldn't confirm with census. If you are in the area I will be talking in several locations in the upcoming months. You can find details at http://www.sharondmarshauthor.com/events.html

Again, I hope you enjoy the book. It is still on sale until the end of February at www.lulu.com/spotlight/sdmarsh. After that it will go to full price and I'll be following that with a Kindle edition and availability of the hard back at Amazon.

Sharon

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