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Re: Sons of Cinncinnati
I would like to know more about this also. One statement recently said that
Geo. Washington organized the society. Is that entirely correct?
From: Penelope Blair Hillyer Law <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, June 09, 1999 7:37 PM
Subject: Re: Sons of Cinncinnati
>It's the Society of the Cincinnati. My father
>belonged to it before he died and my brother belongs
>now. He doesn't have e-mail, though, so you'll have
>to wait for snail mail back and forth from Ireland to
>New Orleans. Maybe somebody else can help you more
>> In a message dated 6-8-99, I noticed reference made
>to the Order of
>> Cinncinnati. Is this the same as Sons of
>Cinncinnati. I understand that
>> this is an inherited society given from the eldest
>son to his eldest son. Do
>> you know how I might get more information on this
>society? I have been told
>> that I had a great uncle who was in the Sons of
>Cinncinnati. If they have
>> genealogical records, it might open some doors for
>me. Thank you.
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