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January 1998 to December 2002  General 'Pap' Thomas Guest Book


2002

Email:russell.cassidy@sympatico.ca

Location:CANADA

Date:Tuesday December 31, 2002 00:23:22 GMT

Comments:

I have an old copy of the 1882 printing of the Life of Major General George H. Thomas published in New York by Charles Scribner's and Sons, and have enjoyed reading it. As a Canadian with an interest in American history, I found the maps in the book very interesting. As my ancestors sold Canadian horses to the Union Army, I sometimes wonder how the book found its way into our old family library. Thankyou. Russ Cassidy, Ontario Canada


Email:Brunnetnluvinit@aol.com

Location:MN United States

Date:Monday December 16, 2002 16:30:40 GMT

Comments:

NOW THIS IS WHAT I CALL A WEBSITE!


Email:limaecho74@aol.com

Location:HI Captainn Cook

Date:Saturday December 14, 2002 22:09:13 GMT

Comments:

These thought of General Thomas have slowly come to the same conclusion through a constant three year study of the Civil War.

If I find your site to be what it looks like I plan to be a contributor.

Please let me know how, but contributions will come only if I am convinced that this great man is getting justice from you...it sure looks like it though


Email:thegiftedone329@aol.com

Location:OH USA

Date:Saturday November 30, 2002 02:42:47 GMT

Comments:

This will be useful for my history project. Thanks.


 

Location:MN USA

Date:Friday November 29, 2002 09:13:07 GMT

Comments:

Thank you for this site!
I first heard about General Thomas in 1958; my eighth-grade teacher, Sister Petronilla, O.S.B., (St. Bridget School, Minneapolis, MN) told a few of us kids after our graduation that her name was Agnes Thomas before she became a nun, that she was from Virginia, and that she was related to the General (but I don't remember what the relationship was). She did mention that Gen. Thomas was considered the black sheep of the family because though a Virginian he fought for the Union. Sister was elderly in 1958, and a fine teacher.
If you have any clues to how Sister Petronilla was related to General Thomas, I would very much like to know.
Thanks again!


Email:patnden@nwi.net

Location:WA USA

Date:Monday November 25, 2002 01:18:51 GMT

Comments:

General Thomas is one of my families ancestors.


Email:gmsea@msn.com

Location:WA usa

Date:Thursday November 21, 2002 19:36:22 GMT

Comments:

My great-great grandfather served under General George Henry Thomas at Stones River, Chickamauga and Chattanooga . He was with the 19th Illinois Inf. He was proud to be one of "Thomas' boys" and stood with him at Snodgrass Hill and went up Missionary Ridge. My mother who is a student of the Civil War considers him one of the greatest generals of that conflict. He needs more recognition. We appreciate this website.


Email: jacobs18@attbi.com

Location:CA USA

Date:Tuesday November 12, 2002 22:02:02 GMT

Comments:

General George Thomas was my great Uncle. He is the brother of my great grandmother whose maiden name was Mary Lelia Thomas. She married Robert McGrady Pittman.
Susan Lowden Jacobs


Email: eroth.wipetro@tds.net

Location: WI usa

Date: Tuesday November 12, 2002 21:44:46 GMT

Comments:

My ggrandfather served under Thomas with the Army of Ohio and then the 14th Corp. of the Army of the Cumberland. He served in the 10th IN Inf. I think Thomas is the unsung hero of the Civil War. Had Grant and Sherman liked him, history would have him right next to them.


Email: bmlowe@fcsl.edu

Location: FL USA

Date: Saturday November 02, 2002 16:34:28 GMT

Comments:

Excellent site, much information I didn't know.


Email: dhwhite@dal.ca

Location: Nova Scotia, Canada

Date: Tuesday October 29, 2002 01:35:55 GMT

Comments:

Your site is one of the best historical sites I have ever had the pleasure of visiting. It is truly worthy of an award. You have carefully documented your sources and provided an intriguing site. I am a history student as Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and I can say your site has changed my opinion of internet sites as scholarly sources.
Thank you
David H. White


Email: dhwhite@d.ca

Location: Nova Scotia, Canada

Date: Monday October 28, 2002 11:52:38 GMT

Comments:

This is an excellent site and has been of great help in aiding me to study and research George H. Thomas. Thank you for maintaining such an accurate site, and taking the time to reference your material which makes it an academically aprrovable website.


Email: goalie@psnw.com

Location: CA USA

Date: Saturday October 26, 2002 07:48:48 GMT

Comments:

What a great website on a great American. It is so hard to find information on General Thomas. I have come to admire his genius and innovative style as a commanding officer. Thank you very much for the website and maintenance of the site, especially the bibliography.


Email: mrinebold@yahoo.com

Location: CA

Date: Thursday October 24, 2002 05:21:05 GMT

Comments:

Nice site, for a figure almost written out of history because of political correctness (at least he was on a five dollar bill!).  Much of my knowledge of him is emotional, as he was my great grandmother's father. (Ida Thomas Richart).  It was a massive contradiction being a southern republican was raised in CA. and I never understood the sadness associated with the stories told, until I was quite mature.
As a child I thought he was a confederate soldier like Ida's husband and his brothers in Memphis. Evidently he was always referred to as Captain Thomas, or Big shot, by his daughter, and subsequent family. I never asked why as a child, especially since my grandmother was a little dramatic in that southern style.


Email: pricegspt@ntlworld.com

Location: England

Date: Friday October 11, 2002 21:02:35 GMT

Comments:

The best leader and general of the Civil War


Email: jpm118@hotmail.com

Location: CA usa

Date: Wednesday September 25, 2002 19:40:09 GMT

Comments:

I'm enjoying reading and learning because I am a civil war 'buff'. thanks


Email: RErenberg@aol.com

Location: CA USA

Date: Sunday September 22, 2002 05:57:55 GMT

Comments:

My name is Carter Pittman. My great-grandmother's maiden name was Lelia Thomas. She was one of General George Thomas's "bitter sisters." I grew up with tales of her keeping his photo turned toward the wall and calling him the "traitor." I do not share her sentiments, however. I realize and respect the great amount of courage and conviction it took for him to do what he felt was right even though it would forever alienate him from all of those he loved. I am saddened that the bitterness between him and my grandmother was never resolved. I am proud of his accomplishments and am also proud to be his great-nephew. As far as the bitterness goes, it stopped with me and my children will be proud of their great, great uncle.


Email: RichHyde5@aol.com

Location: MN USA

Date: Friday September 20, 2002 21:25:34 GMT

Comments:

I visited this website today for the first time. Appropriately today is the date that the General earned his famous nickname, "Rock of Chickamauga".


Email: rodem64@hotmail.com

Location: Canada

Date: Saturday September 14, 2002 21:23:32 GMT

Comments:

Very fascinating...good page. I find General Thomas a real interesting guy...I guess because he was a southerner who served the Union! I think he was the Union's third best general (after Grant and Sherman).


Email: pinkprincess2587@cs.com

Location: CO USA

Date: Saturday September 14, 2002 18:48:45 GMT

Comments:

This site really help me do a project thankz

Juggalette Princess


Email: dekback@yahoo.com

Location:NJ

Date: Friday September 13, 2002 21:17:55 GMT

Comments:

One of the great generals


Email: natemencow@yahoo.com

Location: MA USA

Date: Wednesday August 28, 2002 18:20:11 GMT

Comments:

Excellent site. I am a devotee of Thomas. He is a little known man who really had an effect on history. Too bad there is so little written about him.


Email: dantrice@bellsouth.net

Location: GA USA

Date: Wednesday August 21, 2002 14:43:36 GMT

Comments:

Just found your site. This is very exciting to me because I am related to George Thomas. I am just now learning more about the life of this great man. Thanks for the biography list you've provided. I ordered "Education in Violence" today and can't wait to get started reading it.

Dan


Email: cowgirl_89us@yahoo.com

Location: KS North America

Date: Monday August 12, 2002 05:37:33 GMT

Comments:

this is a really good site and I helped my friend with a assignment on it. thank you.


Email: CPerk@rochester.rr.com

Location: NY usa

Date: Monday August 05, 2002 01:44:09 GMT

Comments:

My son started basic training recently and is in the 1st Battalion, 19th Infantry at Fort Benning. The unit nickname is "The Rock of Chickamauga". My great-great grandfather fought under General Thomas in the Ohio 52nd VInf in many of the same battles as 1-19Inf.


Email: rradzymi@ngs.org

Location: DC USA

Date: Monday July 29, 2002 19:39:12 GMT

Comments:

The General's birthday is Wednesday. Is it ever commemorated
at the statue? I work at the National Geographic Society;
Thomas Circle is in our backyard. Perhaps we can start a
tradition.


Email: natemencow@yahoo.com

Location: MA USA

Date: Monday July 29, 2002 15:17:13 GMT

Comments:

A great General and a real, caring human being


Email: jshep73088@aol.com

Location: TN USA

Date: Friday July 05, 2002 00:00:48 GMT

Comments:

I'm thrilled that there is a web-site to this great American hero. I just visited Chickamauga last week. Very inspiring !


Email: gjthomas@concentric.net

Location: MI usa

Date: Tuesday June 18, 2002 17:35:40 GMT

Comments:

The best I have seen on George Henry Thomas
I am somehow related to George Henry Thomas and also related
to William Stark Rosecrans. Everything told to me is only
hearsay now, as all written documents and photographs were
lost many years ago in a fire. As a child I can remember several
large photographs of the two Generals hanging on the walls
of my grandparents home. Grandmothers maiden name was Lucy
Rosecrans, Grandfathers name was Moses Thomas. Anything on
GHT's offspring or siblings would be greatly appreciated.


Email: malley@mn.rr.com

Location: MN usa

Date: Tuesday June 18, 2002 05:25:25 GMT

Comments:

He was a Virginia native. I wonder if there are any statues in his honor in Virginia.


Email: jimthomas67@msn.com

Location: MO US

Date: Thursday May 30, 2002 23:11:51 GMT

Comments:

I just wondered why when in school no one every mentioned Major General Thomas in the history of the Civil War, or maybe I just was not listening.


Email: Sarge875@aol.com

Location: RI usa

Date: Wednesday May 29, 2002 22:26:15 GMT

Comments:

It is a very good site!


Email: bazzajperrin@blueyonder.co.uk

Location: England U.K

Date: Monday May 20, 2002 10:14:09 GMT

Comments:

A truly inspirational piece of work which was a pleasure to find.


Email: wulfgar16@hotmail.com

Location: KY USA

Date: Thursday May 16, 2002 02:10:56 GMT

Comments:

Your website is one of the better general biography web-sites I've seen. I adore Pap as my favorite General of the war, and I learned much of what I know about him from this site.


Email: olddude33@aol.com

Location: PA USA

Date: Monday May 13, 2002 16:10:27 GMT

Comments:

I'm a long time George Thomas fan, and appreciate your time and trouble to maintain this home page.


Email: foreverdreamer49@aol.com

Location: PA america

Date: Sunday May 12, 2002 00:54:07 GMT

Comments:

ya im doin this dude in a project thingy and i would like to say dude he is sooooo radical


Email: beastgear@aol.com

Location: VA USA

Date: Saturday May 11, 2002 21:16:58 GMT

Comments:

Comment: Very good site. Some historical comments are available if you email me


Email: sk8rdawg21@twmi.rr.com

Location: MI USA

Date: Friday May 10, 2002 20:12:06 GMT

Comments:

i like your website but the music gets annoying after a while


Email: donthaveone@loa.com

Location: OR United States

Date: Wednesday May 08, 2002 19:56:20 GMT

Comments:

Yah your web site is really good for information Thanks


Email: cuttie@aol.com

Date: Tuesday May 07, 2002 15:47:50 GMT

Comments:

Just reading other peoples comments and I was shocked to see that the person I am researching ( George Thomas ) someone is also talking a/b


Email: cuttie@aol.com

Date: Tuesday May 07, 2002 15:42:05 GMT

Comments:

This sight rox!!!
I found EVERYTHING I needed thanx!!!


Email:  

Location: TX US

Date: Friday May 03, 2002 19:23:21 GMT

Comments:

I'm a Social Studies teacher/coach at a middle school. I enjoy your website. Since I'm planning a less unit about the Civil War, I would like to ask you for your permission to use your website for my lessons. Thanks for taking your time to read this e-mail and hope to hear from you soon.


Email: sroeser@hotmail.com

Location: LA

Date: Wednesday May 01, 2002 21:27:30 GMT

Comments:

Not certain but I think my Great-Grandfather served under General Thomas. Will keep searching and this is a great site to visit. He was from Kentucky...I am currently in New Orleans, but was born in Oklahoma.


Email: mmalpiedi@yahoo.com

Location: AZ USA

Date: Thursday April 25, 2002 15:57:56 GMT

Comments:

Very nice, very informative. EXCELLENT!!!!


Email: STURGIS_98@msn.com

Location: NJ USA

Date: Tuesday April 23, 2002 12:49:24 GMT

Comments:

I found in my ancestor's pension file, that after the war he reenlisted in the Calvary and was sent to General Thomas's headquarters in Nashville and was there for a time before being sent on the Indian Campaign. He was a farrier.


Email: ray.rennison@verizon.net

Location: CA usa

Date: Sunday April 14, 2002 15:52:28 GMT

Comments:

Great compilation of information.


Email: allieclark@yahoo.com

Location: NY USA

Date: Wednesday April 03, 2002 21:17:23 GMT

Comments:

The Union forever, hurrah boys hurrah!


Email: admrlsab@aol.com

Location: AL USA

Date: Friday March 29, 2002 20:44:50 GMT

Comments:

hi. the page is great! I am related to George Thomas. I even have a book of family tree names with his name in it. A bible too. It's good to see a page like this so i can learn more about my great great great great....uncle! :)


Email: charles@homecharles.com

Location: FL

Date: Tuesday March 26, 2002 21:32:15 GMT

Comments:

I have recently read a few articles highly complimentary about this general and wanted to find out more about him.


Email: Mullauer@comcast.net

Location: MD

Date: Tuesday March 26, 2002 02:39:33 GMT

Comments:

You are to be congratulated. I give talks on GHT to various CWRTs and teach a course at a local community college centered on GHT and the Army of the Cumberland. Good Work!


Email: southernsign@bellsouth.net

Location: TN usa

Date: Thursday March 21, 2002 23:14:34 GMT

Comments:

very comprehensive, thanx.


Email: vslyons@attbi.com

Location: GA USA

Date: Monday March 11, 2002 23:32:58 GMT

Comments:

My favorite CW general, too greatly underrated and unknown.


Email: amy_beard@hotmail.com

Location: TN US

Date: Tuesday March 05, 2002 02:37:36 GMT

Comments:

This web-site is a good site. It's good for School work.


Email: gbbrewer@sanddune.net

Location: NJ USA

Date: Monday February 25, 2002 01:13:59 GMT

Comments:

I am very interested in Gen. Thomas


Email: pschmidt8@wi.rr.com

Location: WI

Date: Saturday February 23, 2002 23:31:33 GMT

Comments:

A fine web site for a long neglected general. His firm leadership at Stone's River and Chickamauga prevented major Union disasters. His contributions to to the Union successes at Chattanooga and in the Atlanta campaign have been neglected. If Sherman had listened to Thomas that campaign may have ended in May at Snake Creek Gap. Finally, it's sad and ironic that Thomas' reward for his decisive victory at Nashville was to be stripped of most of his infantry (the 16th and 23rd corps) by Grant. In their respective memoirs, Grant and Sherman continued to deride Thomas for being slow and defensive minded. Unfortunately Thomas died early and never wrote in his own defense.


Email: levmickey@hotmail.com

Location: KY

Date: Wednesday February 20, 2002 21:35:46 GMT

Comments:

Hi, I am doing a research paper bye


Email: aerogurl06@hotmail.com

Location: GA USA BABIE

Date: Wednesday February 06, 2002 21:42:28 GMT

Comments:

Hello. I just want to say that i really like this site. The reason I am on this site is because I am learning about the civil war and especially George H Thomas. I am an 8th grader and I have to get info on him. So if you can send me the date of his birth and the date he passed away. Please send this info to me as soon as possible. Thank you.
Elise


Email: fransid@jayco.net

Location: IN USA

Date: Tuesday January 29, 2002 21:56:42 GMT

Comments:

I have enjoyed your site as I have been an admirer of his every since I read Altsheler's "Rock of Chickamauga" in junior high school in the '40's


Email: cjberg@rosenet.net

Location: OR USA

Date: Monday January 21, 2002 19:50:38 GMT

Comments:

Do you know if he had any children? I don't read anything about that at all.


Email: pap_thomas@bigfoot.com

Location: NY USA

Date: Tuesday January 15, 2002 14:52:27 GMT

Comments:

Great site!!!!! I am a living Historian who portrays Thomas in the first person. I have learned so much from this site and I thank you for taking the time to create and maintain it.
John Gleason AKA Gen. G.H. Thomas USA


Email: lewisjm@kenyon.edu

Location: OH USA

Date: Saturday January 12, 2002 09:40:35 GMT

Comments:

Good to see that General Thomas is getting some recognition.


Email: jbhb3@msn.com

Location: IN usa

Date: Friday January 11, 2002 15:55:37 GMT

Comments:

I would like to find out about George's family tree, My mother's maiden name was Thomas and they originated from orange county Virginia any info would be helpful. thank you Jody Barger


Email: brian.simms@us.army.mil

Location: TX

Date: Thursday January 10, 2002 16:42:45 GMT

Comments:

Researching the 5th Cavalry (originally the 2nd Cavalry) which is still alive and well at Ft Hood Texas! We have been to Bosnia lately and currently have a company in Kuwait!
- Black Knights
CPT Brian Simms
S2 1-5 CAV, 1 CD

PS - Our history page is located: http://pao.hood.army.mil/1CD_1-5Cav/


Email: r2d2swezey@aol.com

Location: TX USA

Date: Monday January 07, 2002 00:55:05 GMT

Comments:

I like your web page


Email: bjparker@qwest.net

Location: MN USA

Date: Wednesday January 02, 2002 20:05:31 GMT

Comments:

Excellent website! I'm a big fan of General Thomas and it
is so neat to find all this data under one roof.
Thanks for all your hard work on this!!


Email: alycedemarco@aol.com

Location: OH usa

Date: Wednesday January 02, 2002 17:14:21 GMT

Comments:

I am very interested in Gen Thomas's relationship with Gen Grant, Sherman and Sheridan. I am happy to find a fellow Civil War enthusiast who shares my respect for Gen George Thomas. Dominic DeMarco


2001

Email: terrywalbert3@home.com
Location: MD United States
Date: Saturday December 29, 2001 02:36:58 GMT
Comments: 
George Thomas is finally starting to get his due as one of the great generals 
of the Civil War.


Email: blueydln@msn.com
Location: IL USA
Date: Thursday December 27, 2001 18:52:50 GMT
Comments: Wonderful web site! I am related to Gen Thomas on my father's mother's side 
and it was very interesting to find out more about his palce in history. Is 
there any way to find out about his family for geneological purposes?


Email: WSH2CORPS@AOL.COM
Location: NH USA
Date: Friday December 21, 2001 02:05:06 GMT
Comments: 
THOMAS.VIRGINIA'S GREATEST SON! PAUL BURKE,ROCHESTER,NH


Email: ChadnbethW@aol.com
Location: GA U.S.A
Date: Saturday December 15, 2001 17:46:30 GMT
Comments: 
My wife and I both have GG Grandfathers who served under Thomas in the Army of 
the Cumberland. My admiration for George H. Thomas is tremendous. I was 
dismayed when I read Grants Memoirs to find him "dogging" Thomas throughout 
the book. Even U.S. Grant had his imperfections, his low opinion of Thomas was 
chief among them.


Email: Bassgram@aol.com
Location: IL USA
Date: Thursday December 13, 2001 20:00:56 GMT
Comments: 
Looking up Civil War Generals for my husband, I found this interesting 
website.


Email: jphilli1@lan.tjhsst.edu
Location: VA USA
Date: Tuesday December 11, 2001 18:30:22 GMT
Comments: 
nice site! very helpful!


Email: grmullen@kscable.com
Location: KS USA
Date: Tuesday December 11, 2001 02:10:23 GMT
Comments: 
My maternal great-grandfather was apparently in the battle of Nashville Dec 
15-16, 1864. Am trying to find more information about him.


Email: lillysubguy@aol.com
Location: FL us
Date: Friday December 07, 2001 00:43:09 GMT
Comments: 
just purchased an old drum at a yard sale and was doing some research on it. 
My initial guess was about civil war era and the drum has an insignia on it 
"Rock of Chickamauga".


Email: armjan@attcanada.ca
Location: Canada
Date: Monday December 03, 2001 00:57:33 GMT
Comments: 
Good site.


Email: Gpal23@aol.com
Location: NJ USA
Date: Wednesday November 28, 2001 15:49:45 GMT
Comments: 
I wish there were more sites about General Thomas,an outstanding but 
underrated military figure in the Civil War.


Email: fjknapp@catskill.net
Location: NY USA
Date: Wednesday November 28, 2001 01:27:22 GMT
Comments: 
Just another buff who was looking for more info. Very nice. Thank you. Fredric 
Knapp


Email: robc1@adelphia.net
Location: OH u.s.a
Date: Thursday November 22, 2001 21:42:24 GMT
Comments: 
My Grandfather fought under Gen.Thomas In the battle above the clouds.


Email: aftont@eisa.net.au
Location: Victoria, Australia
Date: Tuesday November 20, 2001 11:27:21 GMT
Comments: 
A very inspirational short biography of not only a fine General, but obviously 
a thorough gentleman at the same time. 
Would to God we had men of this stature leading the nations and military 
forces of the West today.


Email: bigchucksr@aol.com
Location: ID usa
Date: Friday November 16, 2001 03:40:36 GMT
Comments: 
Thanks for the website dedicated to this underappreciated warrior. My Great 
Grandfather, James Wesley Woodard Co "K" 
of the 60th Illinois fought most of his time in the war under the leadership 
of General Thomas in the Army of the Cumberland and thank goodness, with the 
exception of the "skirmish" at Buzzard Roost, Ga. in Feb '64, where James was 
seriously wounded, my forebearer survived the war and the March to the Sea! I 
believe his survival at least partially the result of General Thomas' superior 
leadership!


Email: trogersatl@aol.com
Location: GA
Date: Thursday November 15, 2001 22:34:25 GMT
Comments: 
In all my readings I have been impressed with General Thomas but he hasn't 
gotten much recognition...


Email: dms367@yahoo.com
Location: CA USA
Date: Thursday November 15, 2001 00:49:29 GMT
Comments: 
Great web site. Not enough recognition has been devoted to this great military 
leader---Thanks, DMS of California.


Email: divie@ftthomas.org
Location: KY USA
Date: Friday November 09, 2001 14:05:29 GMT
Comments: 
I am City Clerk of Fort Thomas, Kentucky, a lovely residential Northern 
Kentucky community perched atop the hills overlooking the Ohio River, adjacent 
to Cincinnati, Ohio. Our City was named for Gen. George H. Thomas and we are 
very proud to carry on his name and history with various events and open 
houses at our small Military History Museum in Tower Park. Our only artifact 
is his dress uniform sash, which is lovingly framed and hanging on the wall. 
We also have a copy of some documents with his signature, and a few pictures. 
Our next Open House is Sun., Nov. 18, 2001 (2-5 P.M.) and we will again try to 
make the children of our community (as well as other visitors) acquainted with 
the very fascinating story of General Thomas. Signed: Dorothy A. Ivie, City 
Clerk


Email: togreer@home.com
Location: Canada
Date: Thursday November 08, 2001 02:27:08 GMT
Comments: 
Your "What If" questions are very poignant and thought provoking. The trouble 
is we can "what if" all through history and we should just work to ensure that 
the truth about one of the giants of the "War of the Rebellion" is known. 
Excellent website.


Email: mmanuela56@yahoo.ca
Location: Canada
Date: Wednesday November 07, 2001 17:48:00 GMT
Comments: 
Thanks so much for this great website. General Thomas has long been the Union 
General that I admire most. I'm happy to see someone else who feels the same 
way. Keep up the good work! 
Maria


Email: Tommigrl23@aol.com
Location: GA
Date: Monday November 05, 2001 23:38:51 GMT
Comments: 
Thanks this helped a lot with my 5-7 page paper on the Battle of Chickamauga! 
Kassie


Email: freed@weir.net
Location: WV USA
Date: Monday November 05, 2001 20:26:22 GMT
Comments: 
This is a wonderful website, devoted to a much under appreciated American. 
Thanks for the good work


Email: www.monsterkitty4@AOL.com
Location: WA U.S.A.
Date: Tuesday October 30, 2001 18:20:28 GMT
Comments: 
good job man ,you are sooooo cool and stuff!!!!!


Email: dwl@brinet.com
Location: NC USA
Date: Monday October 29, 2001 21:32:15 GMT
Comments: 
The most understated General on either side


Email: blakeadvertising@mindspring.com
Location: AL USA
Date: Tuesday October 16, 2001 03:17:36 GMT
Comments: 
I have really enjoyed your site. I recently have done q lot of study on 
Chickamauga and my great grandfather & 2 great uncles fought there for the 
South with the 22nd AL. I have been there 4 times in the last year and know 
the battle quiet well. I have developed a reverent respect for Gen. Thomas 
while studying Chickamauga, I only wished he had fought for the South, he 
would have gotten the respect he so justly due him. I do think he was a great 
general and leader, but I also think he was a true hero and gentleman.


Email: elainagraham@home.com
Location: TX USA
Date: Tuesday October 09, 2001 20:23:08 GMT
Comments: 
Thank you for your website and entitling it "George H. Thomas". You have 
helped me with a history project that I had to do for my school. I will 
probably be the only one to have found this man on the internet. I was 
listening to a bunch of my friends and all of them said that they found 
nothing on him, well didn't I prove them wrong! Thanks a million!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Email: 2unique@tampabay.rr.com
Location: FL USA
Date: Monday October 08, 2001 03:24:23 GMT
Comments: 
My name is Amy R. Thomas a direct descendant of George, he is my great great 
grand Uncle (I might be lacking a great). 
Wonderful website, thank you for the great website, my grandfather would have 
been elated to see this!


Email: jakfel@totalise.co.uk
Location: United Kingdom
Date: Sunday October 07, 2001 20:39:23 GMT
Comments: 
I looked at this website because I believe George Henry Thomas to be the 
greatest general the American Civil War produced.


Email: markcirbuz@aol.com
Location: OH USA
Date: Thursday October 04, 2001 04:16:40 GMT
Comments: 
I am looking at this site because in my American History class we are doing a 
trial and the trial is of Jefferson Davis being charged for treason against 
the United States of America. My role is to be George Henry Thomas a "witness".


Email: MicWil9@aol.com
Location: England
Date: Tuesday October 02, 2001 22:06:55 GMT
Comments: 
I particularly like the music of the time.


Email: wtwatson@hotmail.com
Location: IN USA
Date: Tuesday September 25, 2001 17:21:36 GMT
Comments: 
I am the gt. gt. grandson of 3 soldiers who I believe served 
under Pap at one time or another and the gt. grandson of 2 other soldiers who 
served under him. All Kentucky soldiers.


Email: trueintruder@aol.com
Location: WV USA
Date: Monday September 24, 2001 20:23:02 GMT
Comments: 
Fantastic page on George!! He indeed saved Rosecrans from destruction. He 
shares little spotlight amongst his better known peers. Kudos to you for a 
great page!!!


Email: suhler1034@aol.com
Location: USA
Date: Wednesday September 19, 2001 11:38:39 GMT
Comments: 
Glad to find more GHT fans


Email: ront100@juno.com
Location: NY USA
Date: Wednesday September 12, 2001 21:25:08 GMT
Comments: 
I enjoyed both your pictures, and the music. Thanks


Email: Michelshoge@aol.com
Location: NY USA
Date: Sunday September 09, 2001 00:50:29 GMT
Comments: 
Gen Thomas is a relative of my husband George Michels Jr., His mother is Nancy 
Thomas daughter of Francis Edward Thomas of New York. My young son asked why 
there wasn't much of a mention of Gen Thomas in his history book so we decided 
to search the web. Imagine our surprise and delight when we made a google 
search and your web site came up. Thanks! Holly Michels (and Rob Michels)


Email: motterkc@msn.com
Location: NC U.S.A.
Date: Saturday September 01, 2001 21:02:23 GMT
Comments: 
Great site! One of the truly Great Americans. Winfield Scott being another. 
Kevin Motter 
MG. Thomas H. Ruger Camp # 1 
North Carolina Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War


Email: rhb011049@aol.com
Location: NY USA
Date: Thursday August 23, 2001 21:09:38 GMT
Comments: 
This was very interesting and informative.


Email: jrourke@kayeinc.com
Location: MA USA
Date: Monday August 20, 2001 12:55:47 GMT
Comments: 
Thank you kindly for the use of your resources. My Grandfather was a John 
Thomas, born in Coventry, VT. I am not sure of the details but he was the 
nephew (or perhaps the grand-nephew?) of the General. I'm not sure how such 
relationships are classified. 

In any event, at one point an uncle of mine tracked down the genaeology and 
verified the relationship. I have e-mailed the link to your site to my son. He 
is aware of the relationship but I wanted to take a moment to say thank you: I 
have always stressed to him that we all need to know where we came from in 
order to know where we are going. It must have taken since his major is 
History/Lit. 
Thank you again, 
Jim Rourke


Email: sinsley@dp.net
Location: PA
Date: Wednesday August 08, 2001 03:11:50 GMT
Comments: 
I would be greatly interested in any web sites you have concerning General 
Thomas. He is in my family tree and am interested in finding out what ever I 
can about him. My great great grandfather married Mary Thomas and I am trying 
to find out how she is related to him as well. 

Jennifer


Email: kit02bud@shianet.org
Location: MI USA
Date: Tuesday July 17, 2001 23:31:07 GMT
Comments: 
Gen Thomas may be a relative of ours. My G-Grandmother was Amanda Larilla 
Thomas and she said that he is a relative of hers. I also have a photo of 
William Tecumseh Sherman that is an original (wallet size)


Email: MadJIm_Pa@yahoo.com
Location: PA USA
Date: Sunday July 15, 2001 00:38:37 GMT
Comments: 
Mary Walker was given the MOH because after the war she demanded a pension for 
her services. Rather then give her a pension that she didn't deserve, she was 
given the medal to shut her up. (The requirements to receive it during the 
civil war were far less stringent then they are today). It was properly revoked 
and should have stayed that way. It was reinstated for political reasons by 
gutless politicos.


Email: genesis@madbbs.com
Location: NY U.S.A.
Date: Wednesday July 11, 2001 07:50:39 GMT
Comments: 
Hi, good web site about my favorite Union General Pap Thomas.


Email: SteveLWebb@aol.com
Location: FL USA
Date: Monday July 02, 2001 18:41:09 GMT
Comments: 
Have been researching info on the 40th Ohio Vol. Inf. 
which became part of the Army of the Cumberland under Thomas 
at Chickamauga/Chattanooga etc. My ggrandfather was in 
Co. A of that outfit and from what I'm told, was a huge fan 
of General Thomas and talked about him frequently. Thanks 
for the interesting website.


Email: BGTPTD@aol.com
Location: SC USA
Date: Saturday June 23, 2001 20:08:50 GMT
Comments: 
I am a Thomas. My grandfather mentioned that the General was his uncle? My 
Grandfather's name was George W. Thomas. My Great Grandfather was named 
William Thomas who married Eva Ralph who came to the US from Wales. Did the 
General have brothers? If so what was their names? 
Thank You, 
Bruce Thomas


Email: jsmith08@twcny.rr.com
Location: NY USA
Date: Tuesday June 19, 2001 00:55:13 GMT
Comments: 
I have a link to your page from my web site. I am fan of the General myself.


Email: owen31@msn.com
Location: CA USA
Date: Wednesday May 30, 2001 21:19:25 GMT
Comments: 
I was a member of the 19th Infantry Regiment during the Korean War. Our 
regimental crest bore the words "The Rock Of Chickamauga" Do you know how the 
19th. received this motto? Were they part of the battle?


Email: olddude33@msn.com
Location: PA USA
Date: Tuesday May 29, 2001 12:20:03 GMT
Comments: 
Nice coverage of a great general.


Email: gettysburg@paonline.com
Location: PA USA
Date: Monday May 14, 2001 00:35:54 GMT
Comments: 
Great site! Glad to see Thomas getting the proper attention he well deserves! 
Two questions: 
(1) Do you know if there is any likelihood that _Education in Violence_ will 
be reprinted in hardback? 
(2) Do you know whether any re-enactor portrays Thomas as part of living 
history presentations? 

Regards, 

\\ Chaplain Chuck //


Email: jfoster@i4f.net
Location: TX u.s.a.
Date: Friday May 11, 2001 06:28:54 GMT
Comments: 
I have only been on the internet for 2 weeks, and thouorghly 
enjoying it. I had no idea that there was this much information out there. 
Civil War is one of my favorite subjects. We are going to McMinnville, TN. at 
the end of the month. It is about 40 miles from Murfreesboro. Hope to visit 
some of the sites there. This is a totally awesome web site. Especially the 
music. This is the first site that I visited that had music. Thanks You So
Much


Email: grgurich@adelphia.net
Location: PA CSA
Date: Wednesday May 09, 2001 20:24:49 GMT
Comments: 
Nice site. I think it is a better site than Thomas was a General.


Email: dnowell@rmaonline.net
Location: VA USA
Date: Tuesday May 01, 2001 18:55:02 GMT
Comments: 
Trying to find out as much about the General as I can. He was my mothers great 
uncle. Everyone on the Thomas side of the family is dead. I am looking for any 
information about uncle George I can find. Thank You


Email: olddude33@msn.com
Location: PA USA
Date: Tuesday May 01, 2001 12:57:42 GMT
Comments: 
Excellent effort.


Email: c.r.hale@att.com
Location: CA USA
Date: Friday April 27, 2001 20:18:20 GMT
Comments: 
Thanks Dave


Email: Someone@AServer.com
Location: TN USA
Date: Thursday April 26, 2001 22:26:47 GMT
Comments: 
I'm doing a project on John B. Hood for school, and I found out that George 
Thomas taught Hood at West Point, then had to fight him in one of the battles 
of the Civil War. I'm not sure which one...I've still got a lot more of 
research to do!


Email: hbhoover@aol.com
Location: MA US
Date: Thursday April 26, 2001 03:45:52 GMT
Comments: 
A great site for a much maligned general officer. The Snake Creek Gap episode 
is given its due. Had Thomas been allowed to move against Johnston's rear, a 
much different outcome would have resulted, a fact that is pretty common 
knowledge now, thanks to the notes cited in your site and other current 
authors to whom you point. You might also include McMurry's fine Atlanta 1864, 
which also tells the Thomas story in that campaign. Grant and Sherman are 
here, as elsewhere nowadays, shown up for what they were, petty, jealous, 
political animals who, far from being the heroes of legend, are seen to have 
contributed to the length of the war and the extent of its casualties. I'll 
visit this site often. Many thanks for your service to a fine and much 
maligned officer!


Email: RPete25448@aol.com
Location: NC USA
Date: Tuesday April 24, 2001 13:11:53 GMT
Comments: 
I agree that General Thomas was one of the greatest generals of the Union Army 
in the Civil War.


Email: liliane.klinglerle@bluewin.ch
Location: switzerland
Date: Saturday April 14, 2001 11:04:19 GMT
Comments: 
My name is H-J Horisberger and I am reading everything about civil war I can 
get! I have almost 15 books of many generals in gray. is there anything I can 
read about "Slow Trot" Thomas?  Thanks for answering me!


Email: ironschultz@aol.com
Location: WI USA
Date: Saturday April 14, 2001 06:44:09 GMT
Comments: 
After years of reading about the Civil War, I realized that the "heroes" 
touted by the historians, especially Grant and Sherman, simply were not 
adequate on their own to account for the Union's victory over the Confederacy. 
I began to realize that the real heroes of the Union, men like G. Gordon 
Meade, John Gibbon, and especially George Henry Thomas were overlooked and 
even unfairly denigrated by historians of the 1920s, '30s and '40s in favor of 
creating some kind of cult of personality around Sherman and Grant. 
It's encouraging to see that Old Slow Trot is not forgotten. Nor should he 
ever be. He was one of the first modern citizens of this nation, who realized 
that the United States is! Not the United States are.


Email: mbrantley55@hotmail.com
Location: TN USA
Date: Friday April 13, 2001 17:59:26 GMT
Comments: 
love your web site as honor's the memory of one of the greatest generals the 
civil war produced mb


Email: bprice@spurelectron.com
Location: England
Date: Thursday April 05, 2001 12:46:22 GMT
Comments: 
General George H. Thomas, a remarkable man, the consummate professional 
soldier.


Email: jsmith08@twcny.rr.com
Location: NY USA
Date: Tuesday April 03, 2001 02:30:31 GMT
Comments: 
Thanks for maintaining this site about my favorite general, a man who's 
methods I am trying to learn from.


Email: LionelaRichard@cs.com
Location: SC United Sates
Date: Tuesday April 03, 2001 00:21:13 GMT
Comments: 
I'm honored to sign.


Email: raiderboyron@hotmail.com
Location: CA USA
Date: Sunday April 01, 2001 17:49:41 GMT
Comments: 
I was just telling my sons that one of my great uncles was a civil war hero. I 
am related to General Thomas. He was a great great great? uncle.


Email: foxygran@webtv.net
Location: MS
Date: Tuesday March 27, 2001 23:09:17 GMT
Comments: 
would like to know if General "Pap" Thomas is related to Isham Irving Thomas 
confed soldier serving in Co.D, 46th Mssissippi Infantry. (May 10,1844-May 7, 
1911). He was my great grandfather.


Email: semprevivo@vasci.umass.edu
Location: MA
Date: Thursday March 22, 2001 16:48:25 GMT
Comments: 
Gen. Thomas is a role model for us all. Duty without ambition and selfishness. 

Preparation: Organization: Action!


Email: legs2005@go.com
Location: GA
Date: Thursday March 22, 2001 02:14:46 GMT
Comments: 
Wow! I came here for research on the battle of Chickamauga. it was soooooooooo 
helpful!! Thanks a lot!!!!


Email: jpfxk@hotmail.com
Location: CA
Date: Tuesday March 20, 2001 05:02:56 GMT
Comments: 
I love Thomas. Thanks for the page


Email: terrynjudy@msn.com
Location: PA
Date: Tuesday March 13, 2001 03:32:17 GMT
Comments: 
From my readings, General Thomas seems to have been fascinating, talented and 
under-appreciated.


Email: dmonnot@earthlink.net
Location: OH
Date: Sunday March 11, 2001 23:02:14 GMT
Comments: 
Stayed at the Wyndam in DC on Thomas circle and wanted to learn more about 
someone who had such a memorial.


Email: 
Location: VA
Date: Sunday March 11, 2001 05:11:27 GMT
Comments: 
Hello!! I am writing to you now from the birthplace of General Thomas in 
Newsoms, Virginia. I am the current owner & reside with my wife in this 
beautiful country house that still has that magnificent oak tree in the front 
yard. Thought I would drop you a note to let you know how much I enjoy your 
website dedicated to the "Rock of Chickamauga". 
While I am interested in the Civil War in a general way, I would definitely 
not consider myself a "War Buff". After doing some reading about his exploits, 
it is obvious that General Thomas was definitely a fine leader of men and one 
who never got his just recognition while he was alive. 
Keep up the good work !


Email: johntommel@aol.com
Location: GA
Date: Saturday February 24, 2001 03:10:18 GMT
Comments: 
I have lived most of my life on parts of the Chickamauga 
Battlefield, and have a great interest in the events that occurred here. The 
heroic stand of General Thomas and his troops at what we locally refer to as 
Snodgrass Hill is widely respected, even among us born and true Southerners. 
Thank you for this site! A respectful salute from John and Mel


Email: born2exel@aol.com
Location: AL
Date: Friday February 23, 2001 01:42:40 GMT
Comments: 
hi, i'm doing a civil war project


Email: Pvandoren@aol.com
Location: VA
Date: Sunday February 18, 2001 00:03:35 GMT
Comments: 
Needed to refresh my memory on General Thomas. Very handy to find this here.


Email: cizeks@erols.com
Location: MD
Date: Tuesday February 13, 2001 22:03:14 GMT
Comments: 
Could you tell me why you maintain a website on George Thomas? Is he an 
ancestor or is there another reason. Thanks. 

Art Cizek


Email: joetapp@aol.com
Location: NJ
Date: Tuesday February 13, 2001 01:56:43 GMT
Comments: 
I am researching Gen. Thomas and am looking for books about him.


Email: olddude33@msn.com
Location: PA
Date: Monday February 12, 2001 19:18:03 GMT
Comments: 
I am an ardent admirer of General Thomas. It's sad that he receives less 
attention than other generals who were nowhere near his equal.


Email: kkarstet@cub.kcnet.org
Location: PA
Date: Friday February 09, 2001 04:20:41 GMT
Comments: 
my great grandfather was at Chickamauga.with Thomas and the 7th 
Pa Cav. He returned in 1897 for the dedication of the battlefield.


Email: greenmtboy99@yahoo.com
Location: NH
Date: Tuesday February 06, 2001 00:12:18 GMT
Comments: 
Thanks for this page. Thomas has never received the full recognition for all 
his achievements and the sacrifices he made to defend the Union. I think that 
he was the best of them all- from Lee and Jackson to Sherman and Grant. He may 
have been considered slow but his preparation saved lives and led to victory 
after victory. I'm hoping someone writes the definitive biography of this 
under appreciated general sometime in the future and that his many 
accomplishments may be recognized. Thanks again


Email: deanteitel@aol.com
Location: NC
Date: Monday February 05, 2001 06:29:27 GMT
Comments: 
Thanks for an excellent site on the man who I consider the most complete Union 
General.


Email: regina@ameritech.net
Location: IL
Date: Thursday February 01, 2001 16:13:06 GMT
Comments: 
Interesting info. about General George H. Thomas. My great grand father fought 
under him at Falling Waters.


Email: santa@sparc.isl.net
Location: MN
Date: Friday January 12, 2001 15:58:04 GMT
Comments: 
George Thomas Ernst was born today, January 12, 2001 in Overland Park Kansas. 
My first grandchild. We'll have to call him "The Rock" or "The Hammer".


Email: jerrypat5@juno.com
Location: OH
Date: Friday January 12, 2001 02:03:15 GMT
Comments: 
Very informative & great presentation.


Email: ashfordash @aol.com
Location: MI
Date: Wednesday January 10, 2001 20:00:14 GMT
Comments: 
Thanks, VERY informative.


Email: ecfive@aol.com
Location: NY
Date: Sunday January 07, 2001 17:55:50 GMT
Comments: 
Just Raised IV corps in 15mm to play fire n fury civil war rules


Email: 
danncox@earthlink.net
Location: CA
Date: Friday January 05, 2001 06:57:15 GMT
Comments: 
This is wonderful to find. I am a distant cousin of General 
Thomas on my mothers side. I appreciate so very much the work you've done. 
Thanks


2000

Email: BobD147@aol.com

Location:NY

Date:Tuesday December 26, 2000 00:43:18 GMT

Comments:

George H Thomas was simply the most important general to serve in the ACW. His innovations changed military thinking and tactics forever. What Grant called the "slows" and criticized Thomas for was actually preparation. And of the kind and extent unknown to the Union head general. It was the work of Thomas that was studied by future generations of officers and not the antiquated, bloody tactics of men such as Grant and Lee. Old Pap was generations ahead of his time and his victory at Nashville was the most complete victory on the field of battle of the ACW.


 

Email: Browser7@yahoo.com

Location:IL

Date: Saturday December 02, 2000 04:10:35 GMT

Comments:

My great-great grandfather was with Thomas at Chickamauga Creek. He was Col. Newell Gleason (later brev. Brig Gen), commanding officer of the 87th Indiana Infantry Regiment under Vanderver's Brigade, Brannon's 3rd Division, and Thomas' Corp. Liked the site!


Email: terrhubbs@altavista.com

Location: CA

Date: Thursday November 30, 2000 09:09:37 GMT

Comments:

I thought i might be the only individual who thinks/knows that george thomas may be the singular most important historical figure in us history...i guess not...


Email: WRMSCVSUV@aol.com

Location: TN

Date: Thursday November 23, 2000 17:33:35 GMT

Comments:

After reading your accounts here, my first impression is, "The man was a saint." My great-grandmother was a Thomas. Her father was from North Carolina, but was born in Ireland. Do you know of General Thomas' ancestry? I would be interested to read about his genealogy.

Thank you so much for an inspiring Website.

Sincerely,
William R. Massey of Franklin, Tennessee


Email: zevorxev@aol.com

Location: CA

Date: Saturday November 04, 2000 15:15:50 GMT

Comments:

What is a Civil War Circuit site?


Email: ArtBen2@cs.com

Location: NY

Date: Wednesday October 18, 2000 15:34:36 GMT

Comments:

Have enjoyed immensely your write up on George Thomas. I feel he was the best Union general in the CW, barring none.
He was handicapped being a Virginian but proved to be a true Unionist. Am enjoying all of your articles.


 

Email: white.oreilly@nf.sympatico.ca

Date: Sunday October 15, 2000 18:29:32 GMT

Comments:

A noble and needed endeavor to a neglected and deserving hero.

Wendell O'Reilly


Email: bline1@starpower.net

Location: MD

Date: Monday October 09, 2000 21:36:35 GMT

Comments:

Outstanding site, especially crisp photo and music quality. A great way to get at an understanding of perhaps the greatest Union Officer, as measured by personal character and professional skill, of the War.


Email: banger@concentric.net

Location: AZ

Date: Tuesday October 03, 2000 00:51:23 GMT

Comments:

I enjoyed your site greatly and I learned more than I can express.....Thank you


Email: nowhitky@yahoo.com

Location: OR

Date: Monday October 02, 2000 03:19:54 GMT

Comments:

Good site. Here is another "What If". What if Halleck had
not acquiesced in Thomas's refusal to replace Buell, but
said something to the effect, "General Thomas, your sense
of loyalty and honor is appreciated, but my order stands."


Email: rgustin@cableregina.com

Date: Tuesday September 19, 2000 17:24:51 GMT

Comments:

For years I've been fascinated with General Thomas and the XIV Corps. Thomas was arguably one of the best Generals on either side of the civil war, yet he remains almost totally unknown. Try typing his name into Yahoo and you find nothing.
Thomas was the "real McCoy" and his story is worthy of a film. I work in educational television, and would be interested in hearing from people with scripts and/or story ideas


Email: bdela37680@aol.com

Location: NJ

Date: Monday August 21, 2000 02:39:42 GMT

Comments:

your web-site goes a long way in correcting an injustice to this American patriot
a contemporary civil war painting 'Lincoln and his generals' features the president flanked by Thomas along with grant and Sherman.
today, Thomas is not even mentioned in the history books
few Americans aside from historians know who the Rock of Chickamauga is.


Email: iamthestickman@hotmail.com

Location: MI

Date: Thursday August 10, 2000 19:53:09 GMT

Comments:

Nice site on Gen. Thomas, one of my favorite C W heroes. Great pics of the Thomas family home there in Southampton County, VA. Now days the fence line is gone there by the huge live oak, but if you study the photo carefully you can see the marker that indicates the family plot where Gen. Thomas' parents and brother and sisters are buried.


Email: ellie_koester@email.msn.com

Location: MN

Date: Monday August 07, 2000 01:43:19 GMT

Comments:

August 6, I was at a Thomas family reunion in Vergas, MN.
The relatives have traced Gen. Thomas's background and believe him to be related to Thomas's in Minnesota.


Email: dukedepew@aol.com

Location: PA

Date: Thursday August 03, 2000 02:31:19 GMT

Comments:

Love the site; interested in your reason behind establishing it.


Email: susiej@carolina.rr.com

Location: NC

Date: Sunday July 30, 2000 20:44:09 GMT

Comments:

I believe that General Thomas was one of my ancestors. I am studying the lines now.


Email: Pangurcat@AOL.com

Location: CO

Date: Sunday July 09, 2000 23:56:19 GMT

Comments:

On the Union side, most attention focuses on the Army of the Potomac, because they fought Lee and were close to New York and Washington, where the major newspapers were, or on the Army of the Tennessee, because they seem to most fit that rough, tough frontier image we Americans are so fond of. But my favorite has always been the Army of the Cumberland and its leader, George H. Thomas. I once read somewhere that Sherman said that if Thomas had commanded the troops he faced, he never would have gotten to Atlanta. Most of Sherman's command, roughly three-fifths I believe, was Thomas's Army of the Cumberland. There also is no event more remarkable in that war, in my opinion than when Thomas's men, supposed to stop at the first defensive line, went right on up the cliffs of Missionary Ridge. Comparable to it is only the Rangers at Pointe du Hoc in World War II, and they were specially trained elite troops.


Email:

searcher_wv@excite.com

Location:

WV

Date:

Wednesday July 05, 2000 04:03:28 GMT

Comments:

I think General Thomas was one of the unsung heroes of the Civil War, and was without a doubt the best tactician of both armies


Email: bpalmer@cee.hw.ac.uk

Date: Friday June 23, 2000 10:49:46 GMT

Comments:

Good stuff. Am coming on holiday, in family, to the USA this summer,
and, in the course of doing my homework for the trip, have been much impressed by Thomas: he didn't have temper tantrums, but at the same time didn't let anybody - whether foe or nominal friend - bully him.

Please don't assume that your site will be visited only by
people from the USA.


Email:

mylonnie@pacbell.net

Location:

CA

Date:

Tuesday June 20, 2000 15:06:32 GMT

Comments:

I really think your web site is creative. My ancestors are related to Gen. George Thomas, Welsh Thomas-Davies-Roane of Virginia. I am also a direct descendant of R. E. Lee, His mother Hill-Carter. My great grandfathers J. B. Pullen, William Holloway rode in the 7th Cav. Co. B with Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest Tipton Co. Tenn. Their big battle was Brice's Cross Roads, Miss. My mother's side fought for the North under Gen. George Meade. The fighting Irish, New York 69th, and the 57th Penna. Both sides of my ancestors met at Gettysburg, except for Gen. Forrest's Cavalry.


 

Email:

manayunkkid@aol.com

Location:

PA

Date:

Saturday June 10, 2000 19:48:09 GMT

Comments:

Wonderful site.  My great great grandfather was Captain William Thomas, 82nd Virginia Militia, Madison County, and was supposed to be a distant cousin of the general. Please contact me.


 

Email:

lindy4u@bolt.com

Location:

WA

Date:

Thursday May 25, 2000 20:38:52 GMT

Comments:

He is my Great Great Great Great uncle. My name is
Lynzee Amestoy. I live in Washington and I am proud to have
him as my uncle.


Email:

petitchoux@hotmal.com

Location:

ME

Date:

Sunday May 21, 2000 12:05:18 GMT

Comments:

Hello I've enjoyed visiting you and your site very much.... you've done a great job! I will be sure to visit again
http://petitchoux.tripod.com


Email:

rda1408@hotmail.com

Location:

PA

Date:

Saturday March 25, 2000 18:44:12 GMT

Comments:

My great grandfather served under Gen. Thomas at Nashville and I am just starting to do a study of the General and his battles. Found your site thru Alta Vista and have marked it as I'm sure I'll be returning often in the days ahead. Thanks for sharing your information.


Email:

tgr2ctp@aol.com

Location:

SC

Date:

Sunday March 12, 2000 12:32:23 GMT

Comments:

I am a Thomas so am interested with that name.


Email:

fotter@nl.packardbell.org

Date:

Sunday March 12, 2000 10:42:37 GMT

Comments:

Very informative site! Greetings from a General Thomas
admirer from the Netherlands.


 Email:

odisandjudy@altel.net

Location:

AR

Date:

Saturday March 04, 2000 07:46:56 GMT

Comments:

I wish you had a family tree so I could compare birth certificates.


Email:

arkush@netdirect.net

Location:

IN

Date:

Monday February 21, 2000 19:05:55 GMT

Comments:

Without a doubt, Thomas was the most successful, and either underrated or intentionally neglected general of the entire Civil War.


Email:

HalJoerin@cs.com

Location:

MI

Date:

Thursday February 17, 2000 04:49:09 GMT

Comments:

Perhaps the greatest general as a whole person. I'm glad to see this site exists.


Email:

CheneyAB@aol.com

Location:

FL

Date:

Monday February 14, 2000 00:37:56 GMT

Comments:

My brother is in the 7th grade is just learning a lot about the civil war. So, we're just checking out some sites to help him gain a little bit more insight.


Email: Delbert_Thomas@Siecor.com

Location: TX

Date: Friday February 04, 2000 23:16:29 GMT

Comments:

I am aware that Gen Thomas did not have children, but several members of my family as well as myself look a great deal like Gen. Thomas. In addition our family came from the same area of Virginia. Would you have any information about other members of Gen. Thomas's family. My great-great grandfather was George Henry Thomas, and I can't find any information further back.  Any information on other Thomas family members around 1800 or where to look would be a welcome gift.
Sincerely Delbert Thomas


Email: adamjando@hotmail.com

Location: MI

Date: Wednesday February 02, 2000 23:04:13 GMT

Comments:

Great web site I wish their were more like it.


Email:

ebear315@ligtel.com

Location:

IN

Date:

Friday January 14, 2000 17:53:31 GMT

Comments:

My great-grandfather was in Brannan's division, Van Derveer's
brigade,87th Indiana regiment at Chickamauga and I am proud of
him. His name was 1st Sergeant William H. Reyburn.


Email:

tailor413@fastnet.net

Location:

KS

Date:

Sunday January 02, 2000 03:54:17 GMT

Comments:

Happy new year!


1999
Email:
daveehall@aol.com
Location:
MI
Date:
Wednesday December 22, 1999 22:39:37 GMT
Comments:
GGFATHER JACOB STUTLZ 31THS.OHIO Co. B

Email:
eiglete@aol.com
Date:
Wednesday December 22, 1999 05:01:45 GMT
Comments:
Dave,

I tried the animation with Internet Explorer 5 and there was no sound. Only Netscape has worked so far.
Ted 12/21/99

Email:
gcobbpsu@aol.com
Location:
PA
Date:
Monday December 13, 1999 22:56:46 GMT
Comments:
Civil War Nut. Retired history teacher.

Email:
mzdeltona@aol.com
Location:
FL
Date:
Monday December 13, 1999 20:23:05 GMT
Comments:
An excellent tribute to one of our most under recognized and valiant Civil War Generals. It is written with thoughtfulness and compassion.

Email:
vetavitamn@skyenet.net
Location:
IN
Date:
Saturday December 04, 1999 02:49:57 GMT
Comments:
I am a big fan of General Thomas and am very appreciative of the contributions made to our country, both on the battlefield and as an example of courage and determination. I am also an admirer of Grant, not because he was always right, but because he was a flawed person who grew personally, and who also made great contributions with a different type of determination. It is unfortunate that one of Grant's mistakes was to underestimate Thomas.

Email:
Villars@rcn.com
Location:
VA
Date:
Friday December 03, 1999 14:52:16 GMT
Comments:
Good research is evident here. Is "Education in Violence" still out of print? Are there any good alternatives to that work?

Email:
arkush@netdirect.net
Location:
IN
Date:
Sunday November 28, 1999 17:57:38 GMT
Comments:
I'm interested in Gen. George Thomas and would appreciate any new info concerning the General. I'm also wanting to buy Piatt's biography of Thomas. Any one with any clues?

Email:
agentperry@webtv.net
Location:
KY
Date:
Sunday November 28, 1999 05:10:26 GMT
Comments:
Just wanted to say you have done an outstanding job on this site. I started doing some research on "old pap" in the last couple of years when a fiend of mine, Rudy Ayoroa, an artist and sculptor from my hometown of Danville, Ky did a painting and sculpture of Thomas. The statue is in a square in Lebanon, Ky where Thomas had his headquarters for a short time. Rudy also did a painting of Thomas at Chickamauga that I own. As someone who majored in history, I'm really impressed with the bibliography section and the fact that I can find some of the books I've been looking for on Thomas. Thank you. David Perry

Email:
Villars@rcn.com
Location:
VA
Date:
Thursday November 11, 1999 00:37:36 GMT
Comments:
I enjoyed this web page. I am a 24 year resident of Virginia. Gen. Thomas represented the best of this state, both as a general and as military governor of Tennessee-Kentucky after the war. My adopted city provided another significant contributor to the Union, Alexander Dyer, Chief of Union Ordinance.

Roland Villars, Richmond Virginia

Email:
Aallisonjr@aol.com
Location:
TN
Date:
Wednesday November 10, 1999 04:33:31 GMT
Comments:
I am a descendent of a brother of Gen. Thomas. Is their a site on the web to get his genealogy?

Email:
greenbikr@aol.com
Location:
FL
Date:
Wednesday October 06, 1999 06:33:32 GMT
Comments:
Good to see this site dedicated to the best southern general of the Civil War, even though he fought for the Union.

Email:
jguthridge@acsworld.net
Location:
PA
Date:
Tuesday October 05, 1999 23:24:49 GMT
Comments:
it's good to see civil war fans out there

Email:
WARSTEPHEN@AOL.COM
Date:
Wednesday September 22, 1999 01:39:03 GMT
Comments:
I thought this is a great homepage Thomas has been a favorite of mine for many years. I belong to the NY, Rockland county Roundtable. I have begun giving talks about Thomas. I try to spread his fame around

I have found this page very useful ,Thanks for having it

Email:
jnjk17@yahoo.com
Location:
GA
Date:
Monday September 06, 1999 18:31:17 GMT
Comments:
I am doing a Battle Analysis on the Battle of Chickamauga and have found this site helpful. Thanks.

Email:
DEDeSmith@aol.com
Location:
IL
Date:
Friday August 27, 1999 01:34:05 GMT
Comments:
I attended an elementary school in Rochester, NY in the 60's which was named George H. Thomas School # 49 (unfortunately, the school is no longer in existence). We were told that the school was named after a General in the Civil War, but not much more. Thanks for setting the record straight!

Email:
dickswanson@altavista.net
Location:
MA
Date:
Saturday August 21, 1999 21:17:24 GMT
Comments:
The greatest Union general of the Civil War who was not properly used by Lincoln.

Email:
ftfarms92@msn.com
Location:
TX
Date:
Wednesday August 18, 1999 14:31:13 GMT
Comments:
I am searching for any information for a veteran of the Civil War - his name was Hiram Benjamin Thomas. He was in the infantry in Kentucky (Shelby's Brigade). He began drawing pension in 1901 and later died in 1905. Can you help me?


Thanks,

Angie Duke


Email:
jbhistory@juno.com
Location:
IL
Date:
Monday August 16, 1999 19:51:47 GMT
Comments:
This is a great site! I portray Captain Sanford Cobb Kellogg his newphew. We portray the Army of the Cumberland. If anyone has information on Captain Kellogg please contact me.


Keep up the great site
Captain Sanford Cobb Kellogg
Joseph R. Kessler


Email:
pcalloway@ameritech.net
Location:
IN
Date:
Friday July 30, 1999 13:42:53 GMT
Comments:
You've done a wonderful job of memorializing one of the greatest major generals of the Civil War.


Thank You


Email:
budm@bayley.net
Location:
CA
Date:
Tuesday July 20, 1999 12:44:41 GMT
Comments:
My ggg grandfather Gideon C. Moody in 1861, soon after the beginning of the Civil War, Messrs. Milroy and Moody raised the Ninth Indiana Infantry,Of which Mr. Milroy was made Col, Mr. Moody becoming captain of Company G. On Nov.15, 1862 was promoted colonel, and soon afterward was mustered out of the service in order that he might accept a post of Captain in the Nineteenth United States Infantry, a command in which he served until the spring of 1846, the greater portion of the time on the staff of Gen. George H. Thomas. In May 1864 his term of enlistment having expired, and it being apparent the the war was nearing its end, he resigned his commission in the army and was appointed by the secretary of the war to proceed the Dakota terr. Please, if it is at all possible would supply any information of Captain Moody's service records.


Thank you,

G. C. (Bud) Moody III


Email:
beach bum@bellsouth.com
Location:
GA
Date:
Monday June 28, 1999 09:39:57 GMT
Comments:
Great reading! Thomas is my g,g,g,g uncle. To this day my grandfather has a picture of Thomas facing the wall. It's a great topic of discussion between us.

Email:
jangary@loa.com
Location:
RI
Date:
Monday June 21, 1999 19:52:57 GMT
Comments:
PVT. Gary Fague Battery B 1st. Rhode Island Light Artillery

Email:
rmeiser@cwixmail.com
Location:
VA
Date:
Monday June 21, 1999 15:41:19 GMT
Comments:
Retirement has enabled me to research some ancestral Civil War History, which has focused my interest on General Thomas. My grandfather's uncle died on the field at Resaca under Thomas with the 88th Indiana Infantry Vols. After about my sixth book it appears plain that the War was won in the West, and that Thomas' role was the most critical one played. Thus, if he had not saved the Rosecrans army at Chickamauga, then probably Chattanooga would have been lost, then Atlanta would never have taken place, then Lincoln probably would not have been reelected, etc. The sad part is, though now a satisfied resident of Virginia, the State has never recognized Thomas' greatness. Something should be done about that, I am thinking.


What a wonderful find, this web site. Congratulations to its maker.


Email:
Squeezlie@aol.com
Location:
KY
Date:
Saturday June 19, 1999 16:00:42 GMT
Comments:
Would like more info on the General. I grew up in the city named after him.

Email:
mysticwanderer@poboxes.com
Location:
NY
Date:
Saturday May 15, 1999 21:11:18 GMT
Comments:
15 May 1999


Was born in Syracuse, west of Troy, but now live along the
Alabama-Georgia border. From what I've read about the General, he and his brother did get along; his sisters,
though, disowned him after he chose to fight for the Union.

While both belittled him, Grant and Sherman depended on Thomas to cover their backsides. And 'Old Pap' never let them down.

Thank you for a great site. I'm sure General Thomas would
approve.

Robert Dubh Nianque


Email:
paulmercado@yahoo.com
Location:
CA
Date:
Tuesday May 11, 1999 20:28:04 GMT
Comments:
This website is absolutely fabulous...I mean...who knew that the ol' Rock of Chickamauga went by the nickname "pap"

now that's good stuff!

Email:
pnburke@aol.com
Location:
NH
Date:
Wednesday April 14, 1999 01:40:18 GMT
Comments:
I have always liked Thomas because he put his country first. He was a southern unionist, he could see the right .Why couldn't Robert E. Lee?

Email:
jontakhli@msn.com
Location:
WA
Date:
Thursday March 25, 1999 20:09:57 GMT
Comments:
Excellent site. It honors an excellent man. It makes me want to learn more about him.


 

Email:
northlts@icubed.com
Location:
PA
Date:
Monday March 15, 1999 01:54:19 GMT
Comments:
Greetings: I am delighted to have happened upon the General's website. I am researching Dr. Mary Edwards Walker for living history performances and re-enactment. Need answers to many questions: did General Thomas actually commission her? Was she regarded as Lieutenant and did her uniform reflect such? I would appreciate guidance.

Email:
dean.johnson16@gte.net
Location:
ND
Date:
Friday March 05, 1999 04:23:51 GMT
Comments:
Descendent of Major Gen. George H. Thomas.

Email:
hcthom@lakesnet.net
Location:
MN
Date:
Tuesday February 16, 1999 02:50:23 GMT
Comments:
Really like your page, great picture. My family includes a Thomas line, but I have not as yet been able to tie it to the General. I welcome any mail on the Thomas family.

Email:
sai2001@aol.com
Location:
IL
Date:
Saturday February 06, 1999 18:43:27 GMT
Comments:
Hi, searching for MO. state militia soldier of "E" Co., 2nd regiment of Cavalry MSM mustered out? by Gen. Thomas?

Email:
ECLNY@WEBTV.NET
Location:
NY
Date:
Monday January 25, 1999 14:30:31 GMT
Comments:
THIS WAS A VERY ENJOYABLE VISIT. I HAVE SAVED THIS SITE FOR FUTURE VISITS. LOVED THE MUSIC PAGE.

Email:
HaaDriver1@aol.com
Location:
VA
Date:
Friday January 15, 1999 00:37:58 GMT
Comments:
great site, keep up the good work.

Email:
jwatkins@totcon.com
Location:
FL
Date:
Tuesday January 05, 1999 13:05:25 GMT
Comments:
Great work- I'm a Gettysburg buff

Email:
grorvbthomas@novagate.com
Location:
MI
Date:
Wednesday December 09, 1998 03:18:35 GMT
Comments:
My fathers name was George H. Thomas, and we've always admired The General and we are always finding stories about him. We may not be related to him but he means a lot to this country! Thanks for your info on him! George R. Thomas

1998
Email:
na_s@excite.com
Location:
TX
Date:
Wednesday December 09, 1998 02:46:43 GMT
Comments:
A great web site in memory of a great general

Email:
bolandht@juno.com
Location:
VA
Date:
Saturday November 28, 1998 01:07:16 GMT
Comments:
Great, even fantastic.

Email:
craske5353@aol.com
Location:
MA
Date:
Thursday October 22, 1998 23:09:52 GMT
Comments:
My g-great grandfather served under Thomas while a in the 72 indiana mounted infantry.

Email:
Marlene456@aol.com
Location:
NV
Date:
Wednesday October 21, 1998 20:07:25 GMT
Comments:
Interesting site!

Email:
rl-smith@uiuc.edu
Location:
IL
Date:
Sunday October 04, 1998 10:45:47 GMT
Comments:
Thank you for honoring General Thomas, he was the best yet is often overlooked

Email:
cspirof@dli.state.pa.us
Location:
PA
Date:
Wednesday September 23, 1998 17:27:58 GMT
Comments:
Nice Site! I just finished Francis F McKinney's

"Education In Violence", a bio of Thomas and a
history of the Army of the Cumberland. Thomas,
probably unheard of by most Americans, was
a key figure of the Civil War and a great
general. Virginia's loss was America's gain!

Email:
mp7272@aol.com
Location:
VA
Date:
Friday September 18, 1998 02:11:35 GMT
Comments:
Hello. Thanks for the great page. I have been a Thomas fan for many years. In fact a very good friend of mine is doing research for a book on Thomas. We visited the Thomas grave, in the Kellogg plot, in Troy, NY this last July.

My friend sees Thomas' performance, at Chickamauga, as one of the few major decisive moments of the war. Had Thomas not held and Rosecrans not given time to form a defensive line at Chattanooga, the Federals would have been fofced backacross the Tennessee River towards Nashville. This would have meant another campaign to take Chattanooga, and another Tullahoma. This would take time, time which would mean that Sherman's campaign for Atlanta, and it's subsequent capture. If this had been delayed past the November elections, the outcome of those elections would have speculative at best. See ya.

Email:
thomazr@gwstp.nu.com
Location:
CT
Date:
Friday September 11, 1998 12:39:03 GMT
Comments:
Hey This dude is related to me, he is my Great Granuncle, someone write me. I need all the data i can get, my wife is tracing the family and she driving me nuts!!!!!!!

Email:
Joe_Gayle@msn.com
Location:
NJ
Date:
Monday August 24, 1998 17:08:59 GMT
Comments:
Enjoyed the material on one of the General's I most respect

Email:
NAPA TOLE@aol.com
Location:
CA
Date:
Tuesday August 18, 1998 06:22:08 GMT
Comments:
Gen George H Thomas was my grand mothers uncle, she knew all the stories of how his family treated him when he decided to fight for the Union. I'm trying to find the connection. La Verne

Email:
cvspirof@hotmail.com
Location:
PA
Date:
Wednesday August 12, 1998 11:03:58 GMT
Comments:
Looks pretty good! I'll check it out closer tomorrow!

Email:
woodythomas@mwci.net
Location:
IA
Date:
Saturday August 08, 1998 22:38:24 GMT
Comments:
Would like to know names of the General's parents, family, &

and father & mother their parents.

Email:
pdjones@sheltonbbs.com
Location:
MO
Date:
Tuesday July 21, 1998 23:14:39 GMT
Comments:
love the music - gg grandfather served under the rock - 58th indiana infantry - chickamauga - p.o.w. libby - thanks for your time & dedication.

Email:
riverat@wilmington.net
Location:
NC
Date:
Sunday July 05, 1998 21:11:21 GMT
Comments:
Gen Thomas was born just outside the little town of Newsoms, VA,my home town. His home place was restored a few years ago, but is a private residence not open to the public. Local folklore has it that, when Gen Thomas elected not to join his native state in the great rebellion, his mother turned his portrait around so that it faced the wall and never saw his face again. This may or may not be true, but sure makes a good story. Southampton County gave the war another fine general--Billy Mahone of Crater fame.

Email:
barca@telenet.net
Location:
NY
Date:
Monday June 29, 1998 11:24:15 GMT
Comments:
I am glad to see the best general our country had on the Union getting some recognition. He is buried 50 miles east of me in Troy. I plan on visiting his gravesite. Few people in this area even know who this great man is, or his accomplishments! THANKS!!

Email:
rmartin@netins.net
Location:
MO
Date:
Monday June 22, 1998 16:35:33 GMT
Comments:
I am the wife of R Martin but do alot of research for family history. Wonderful information on the Commander of my great grandfather,Jesse Moses Bumgardner, who was

in McDonald's Comp. under Thomas when he won against Hood.
This piece of information I knew briefly from his records,
but to see it all in order. Brilliant....Thank you for all your work and research. Bonnie Martin of the MO Ozarks

Email:
LEWISPOFF@worldnet.att.net
Location:
VA
Date:
Tuesday May 26, 1998 09:23:57 GMT
Comments:
Being a native Virginian, and a Civil War Buff is has always bother me that Thomas's role in the Civil War is also forgotten today. It is very nice to see a home page dedicated to him.


Thank You


Email:
christiano@worldnet.att.net
Location:
CA
Date:
Saturday May 23, 1998 19:47:33 GMT
Comments:
AWESOME SITE! love civil war history. thanks for making a very interesting resource.

please come take a look at my site: http://home.att.net/~christiano
thanks, john

Email: 
Beto.Deb.Barajas@worldnet.att.net
Location:
AZ
Date:
Tuesday May 19, 1998 05:39:34 GMT
Comments:
I'm impressed. We just got on the internet and I have no idea how you make music play and put photos on , or even make a web page. I guess it will just take some time. Congratulations on your award.

Email:
DThomas@fpc.cc.tx.us
Location:
TX
Date:
Monday May 18, 1998 11:44:56 GMT
Comments:
Gen. Thomas is a great,great,great Uncle of mine. Any Information

that I can get on him would be greatly appreciated. This
web-site was very educational. Thanks

Email:
KimGolding@Yahoo.com
Location:
NV
Date:
Friday May 15, 1998 00:56:03 GMT
Comments:
Great Site ! I am new at this, and just surfing around to get some ideas. Come visit us at our home page, and make sure to join our Community, Las Vegas Locals and Friends.

Email:
keith.martin@att.net
Location:
HI
Date:
Sunday May 03, 1998 08:47:29 GMT
Comments:
Gee, whiz this is a great website!!! I'm a history buff & could spend all day here! Very impressive. Do you ever stop by a newbie's site & give helpful hints or critiques? My URL is http://home.att.net/~keith.martin I started a homepage a week ago & am looking around at other people's sites. You have truly inspired me! Thanks for such a great contribution & I'll come back just to listen to the music! KM

Email:
Seraphim5@worldnet.att.net
Location:
MA
Date:
Saturday May 02, 1998 21:30:41 GMT
Comments:
Phenomenal web site! Glad I stopped by!

Joy

Email:
kirstein@worldnet.att.net
Location:
IA
Date:
Saturday May 02, 1998 01:08:02 GMT
Comments:
Hi, visited your page from the Top Ten List. Hey, we're on

there too. Nice page.

Email:
frankoka@worldnet.att.net
Location:
CA
Date:
Friday May 01, 1998 21:04:03 GMT
Comments:
Dave,

You did this? This is great. I'm impressed.

Frank


Email: 
scirocco@prodigy.net
Location:
PA
Date:
Thursday April 30, 1998 00:29:37 GMT
Comments:
This is a surprise. I have been a fan of George H. Thomas
after buying an autograph letter written by him (before the
Civil War days).

Email:
daniel.j.kelley@boeing.com
Location: CA
Date:
Thursday April 09, 1998 22:08:22 GMT
Comments:
Dave:

Pretty nice site. Thomas looks like he could have been an engineer at Boeing had he not been a Civil War General. Looks like a Systems Engineer to me. Dan


Email:
sat46@worldnet.att.net
Location:
NY
Date:
Sunday March 29, 1998 13:37:51 GMT
Comments:
Small Error:


"Later when Robert E. Lee became Commandant,"(Superintendent)

Good historic website, very nicely presented and well researched.

Scott A. Tackett Sr. (US MILITARY ACADEMY, West Point, NY)


Email:
shackettb@hotmail.com
Location:
MI
Date:
Wednesday March 25, 1998 07:28:13 GMT
Comments:
Just saw your page on Maj. General Thomas and like it well, your bibliography is well-done, the annotations very helpful. One comment on your chronology page, Gen. Thomas was actually age 36 at the time of his marriage to Frances Lucretia Kellogg on 17 Nov 1852, his date of birth being 31 July 1816. Nice page!

Email:
darkpatriot@hotmail.com
Location:
WA
Date:
Sunday March 15, 1998 05:22:12 GMT
Comments:
Excellent site with really good info. Cavalry Generals never
die, they just go to Fiddlers Green! I invite you to hook up
with the Military around the World web-ring. Your site would
be a nice addition.
http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Lobby/1704/ring.html
Keep up the great work. Regards, SFC B. (Dark Patriot)

Email:
PMOADE@aminet.co.kr
Location:
FL
Date:
Saturday March 14, 1998 14:02:12 GMT
Comments:
David;
Very nice site on Gen Thomas. Looks like you're done a little research. Hope you continue to expland your information and your page. I appreciate your stopping by my site. Much luck to you and be sure to write if I can be of any assistance.

Email:
fmercado@idcomm.com
Location:
CO
Date:
Tuesday March 03, 1998 06:12:13 GMT
Comments:
Like the new additions to the site. I have to admit to not remembering him in my readings on the CW, but Slow Trot seems to have been one of the best.

... Your brother

Email:
fmercado@idcomm.com
Location:
CO
Date:
Tuesday February 03, 1998 04:26:25 GMT
Comments:
Dave, site looks good. No problem hearing background midi on opening page. Your bro.

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