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    So as to being a bit confused. When did you find it? If Kiros32 did the research on it, he had to have seen it before today?

    Very awesome piece of history.
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    Found at lunch today. After cleaning it I text him pictures. We have been friends for like 10 years and live near each other

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiros32 View Post
    I am curious what is says at the bottom. I can make out "EERANCEVILLE"
    Kiros32, First, great job assisting on the soldier ID. As for the city (soldier's home town, no doubt, ) on the bottom, it is Temperanceville (VA) This is way beyond cool! Sub
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    Neat find! Maybe you could also get a pic of his tombstone and the tag seeing it's only 10 miles from you..


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    excellent!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudflap View Post
    Neat find! Maybe you could also get a pic of his tombstone and the tag seeing it's only 10 miles from you..


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    I Definitely thought about it. I might have to take a ride over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbo21 View Post
    I Definitely thought about it. I might have to take a ride over
    I want to check it out as well. Maybe Friday afternoon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subterranean View Post
    Kiros32, First, great job assisting on the soldier ID. As for the city (soldier's home town, no doubt, ) on the bottom, it is Temperanceville (VA) This is way beyond cool! Sub
    Could be, but this guy was living in the pittsburgh area when he enlisted and returned here after the war. I was thinking maybe Lawrenceville. Its a town in the same county as pittsburgh.
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    Banner for sure
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    Never gets old seeing one of these in a post. Super cool and glad you could save it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subterranean View Post
    Kiros32, First, great job assisting on the soldier ID. As for the city (soldier's home town, no doubt, ) on the bottom, it is Temperanceville (VA) This is way beyond cool! Sub
    It does look like Temperanceville though. The plot thickens...
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    It is temperamceville. Man did the peroxide do the trick

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    Just found out there is a small town near Pittsburgh called Temperanceville!
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    That's right. The west end was called temperanceville

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    Great piece of history you found ! In my opinion I would hold off on any more peroxide , or anymore cleaning, catch your breath and relax. You may harm it, instead of help it----Big Congrats----Tom
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