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My mom and brother Ray, 1938
To learn more of Joseph's adventures in the Civil War, please visit his story at "Civil War Through the Eyes of a Common Soldier."
In addition, a collection of 19th century Fincher family papers, including portions of diaries, letters, and receipts is under construction.
Also see the 1907 Census of Civil War Veterans and Widows of Pike County, Georgia.
I'm employed at Samford University, which hosts a well-known Genealogical Institute every year. If you're interested in finding out about Samford, you might enjoy a visit to my departmental web pages at the Department of Biology.
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- Marcus Tullius Cicero
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