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Re: Historical Notes on the Pitchlynns
Posted by: Pat Dampier (ID *****5104) Date: May 07, 2005 at 23:37:18
In Reply to: Historical Notes on the Pitchlynns by bob of 252

Do you have any supporting documentation that proves John Pitchlynn was an interpreter for George Washington during the Revolutionary War?


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