It also has brought the discovery of a fellow that perhaps ought to have been awarded a Medal of Honor for Civil War actions, but wasn't, and another from the same war who's case continues to bring in tidbits but no smoking guns yet supporting newspaper claims that he had recipient status. Initial checks have failed to see him clear the normal checks and balances, but more work is needed on this front.
Couple all of this with running around to facilitate a wonderful reunion 40 YEARS in the making for 3, and 38 YEARS for a 4th attendee, and I in Victoria BC and a planned blog for tomorrow, which has now been shelved till next Sunday,
Happy Birthday to all our men and women in uniform, to the past members, their families and descendants for tomorrow... Canada Day. I hope many a Canadian MOH grave will be visited tomorrow, including those of Joseph Noil in DC and Arlington and hopefully others across the US and Canada.
I will be out celebrated all day instead of being behind my keyboard, but will see you in a week's time,