While I was learning about life in Whitcomb’s Rangers, I also learned about a number of new Locations where Edward spent time during this period of his life. I think a new map is in order so I can see how all these locations relate to each other and the region in general.
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Edward Marden Sr. – Military Service Map
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Edward Marden Sr. – What’s a Ranger? (Part 1)
I asked myself, just what was Whitcomb’s Rangers all about? What did they do, where were they headquartered, and what campaigns did they participate in?
Why should it matter in a genealogy project?
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