Posted by Champ on January 21, 1999 at 22:32:41:
In Reply to: I am here and thank you all posted by Major George A. Bray III on January 21, 1999 at 20:59:46:
: Dear LOTM Fans & Friends,
: I am here. Thank you for the nice comments and inquiries.... However, the new one is expanded and incorporates the previous one. I think it will be unique to most reenactor sites, as it has in it a section on my collections which offers a small glimpse at some of my holdings of original materials. I hope you like it. I still have a bit to do on it, and the pages are loading a bit slow. You may go to the site at the following URL www.frontiernet.net/~george
: I would be interested in your comments and hope it will prove an entertaining and informative diversion at the least.
>>O'siyo Major Bray,
great to see the new/expanded site, I've missed it!!
Took a quick peek at it, is looking really good. Cant wait to see the future additions. I really like seeing the musket [etc]...
I know the daunting prospect of creating a website, my Civil War [historical site] was created by a friend, and now I'm looking at doing a Caldwell's site [w/ info on Simon Girty, reenacting the Dark & Bloody Ground, etc...] on my own...; should be an interesting experiment, for this techno-challenged individual [give me flint & steel any day ;-) ]....
: Regarding this site, I am going to pass on some information to Rich and Elaine for it and I am going to put together a list of references for those who want to research Rogers' Rangers. And to answer the question on Rogers' Rangers at the fort (William Henry) during the massacre, yes there were under the command of two lieutenants. I will write up something about this also.
>>I'll be most looking forward to this information. This was one aspect of LOTM I really thought was missing from the fort scene. I really felt that there should've been a couple Rangers in the background, at the very least...
: Thanks again for the kind words and support and look forward to help answer your questions.
: George A. Bray III
: Major, Rogers' Rangers
: Site Historian
>>Again, Sir, its great to have you back. I was going thru some old e-mail & saw the one where we discussed linking "associate units". I will be contacting you privately in the near future about this subject, the last 24 hours I've been having discussions with my nephew [etc] who also reenact Ame. Civil War, & we have decided to concentrate on 18th century Rogers' & Butler's Rangers; its overload otherwise [& I personally love F&I War the best]. Will chat more, keep in touch, Sir.
Your Friend & fellow Ranger,
"Champ"---"The Mixed-Blood Renegade" ;-)
[aka Terry H.]
Caldwell's Coy -- Butler's Rangers
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