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Re: Howell, Daniel L.-1st Regiment, NC Foot Volunteers
Posted by: Thomas L. Howell (ID *****1811) Date: November 14, 2002 at 21:33:02
In Reply to: Howell, Daniel L.-1st Regiment, NC Foot Volunteers by Sharon Holton of 553

Sharon, found your post here on the Mexican War forum. I do not know any connection, but my ggGrand father Thomas Charles Davis Howell was born in Wayne Co. in 1814. His father Caleb migrated to Gibson Co Tn. TCD Howell joined up with the Mormons at Nauvoo Ill in 1845 and joined the Mormon Battalion during the Mexican War and made the entire march to San Diego CA. They never fired a shot at the enemy. Thomas Howell - Idaho


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