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Re: CAPT. CHRISTIAN BLYSTONE WAR OF 1812
Posted by: thomas schrecengost (ID *****0856) Date: March 01, 2011 at 05:38:12
In Reply to: Re: CAPT. CHRISTIAN BLYSTONE WAR OF 1812 by dan skelton of 133

Hi....my ancestors are the Siverlings, who you probably know settled in Crawford county, and were likely good friends with Cap'n Christian. Three of them were in his unit (Christopher, Daniel and John) and were with him at Erie. Also, Christian's son, also Christian, married Christopher's daughter, Rebecca.
I wonder what you may have concerning the 137th's history and any depictions of the action they saw. I would be most grateful for anything you could give me of a historical nature. I would most certainly be willing to share anything that I might have found, that you don't have.

Warm Regards,
Tom Schrecengost


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