Friday May 15, 1998 00:56:03 GMT
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.
Monday May 18, 1998 11:44:56 GMT
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
Tuesday May 19, 1998 05:39:34 GMT
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.
Saturday May 23, 1998 19:47:33 GMT
WESOME SITE! love civil war history. thanks for making a very interesting resource.
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Tuesday May 26, 1998 09:23:57 GMT
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.
Monday June 22, 1998 16:35:33 GMT
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
Monday June 29, 1998 11:24:15 GMT
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!!
Sunday July 05, 1998 21:11:21 GMT
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.
Tuesday July 21, 1998 23:14:39 GMT
love the music - gg grandfather served under the rock - 58th indiana infantry - chickamauga - p.o.w. libby - thanks for your time & dedication.
Saturday August 08, 1998 22:38:24 GMT
Would like to know names of the General's parents, family, & and father & mother their parents
Wednesday August 12, 1998 11:03:58 GMT
Looks pretty good! I'll check it out closer tomorrow!
Tuesday August 18, 1998 06:22:08 GMT
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
Monday August 24, 1998 17:08:59 GMT
Enjoyed the material on one of the General's I most respect
Friday September 11, 1998 12:39:03 GMT
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!!!!!!!
Friday September 18, 1998 02:11:35 GMT
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.
Wednesday September 23, 1998 17:27:58 GMT
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!
Sunday October 04, 1998 10:45:47 GMT
Thank you for honoring General Thomas, he was the best yet is often overlooked
Wednesday October 21, 1998 20:07:25 GMT
Thursday October 22, 1998 23:09:52 GMT
My g-great grandfather served under Thomas while a in the 72 indiana mounted infantry.
Saturday November 28, 1998 01:07:16 GMT
Great, even fantastic.