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Dave Dave wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:27 am
Wednesday December 22, 1999 05:01:45 GMT

I tried the animation with Internet Explorer 5 and there was no sound. Only Netscape has worked so far. Ted 12/21/99
daveehall daveehall from MI wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:23 am
Wednesday December 22, 1999 22:39:37 GMT

tailor413 tailor413 from KS wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:22 am
Sunday January 02, 2000 03:54:17 GMT

Happy new year!
ebear315 ebear315 from IN wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:21 am
Friday January 14, 2000 17:53:31 GMT

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.
adamjando adamjando from MI wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:20 am
Wednesday February 02, 2000 23:04:13 GMT

Great web site I wish their were more like it.
CheneyAB CheneyAB from FL wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:19 am
Monday February 14, 2000 00:37:56 GMT

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.
Delbert Thomas Delbert Thomas from TX wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:19 am
Friday February 04, 2000 23:16:29 GMT

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
HalJoerin HalJoerin from MI wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:18 am
Thursday February 17, 2000 04:49:09 GMT

Perhaps the greatest general as a whole person. I'm glad to see this site exists.
arkush arkush from IN wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:17 am
Monday February 21, 2000 19:05:55 GMT

Without a doubt, Thomas was the most successful, and either underrated or intentionally neglected general of the entire Civil War.
fotter fotter wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:16 am
Sunday March 12, 2000 10:42:37 GMT

Very informative site! Greetings from a General Thomas admirer from the Netherlands.
odisandjudy odisandjudy from AR wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:16 am
Saturday March 04, 2000 07:46:56 GMT

I wish you had a family tree so I could compare birth certificates.
tgr2ctp tgr2ctp from SC wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:15 am
Sunday March 12, 2000 12:32:23 GMT

I am a Thomas so am interested with that name.
rda1408 rda1408 from PA wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:14 am
Saturday March 25, 2000 18:44:12 GMT

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.
petitchoux petitchoux from ME wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:13 am
Sunday May 21, 2000 12:05:18 GMT

Hello I've enjoyed visiting you and your site very much.... you've done a great job! I will be sure to visit again
Lynzee Amestoy Lynzee Amestoy from WA wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:12 am
Thursday May 25, 2000 20:38:52 GMT

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.
manayunkkid manayunkkid from PA wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:11 am
Saturday June 10, 2000 19:48:09 GMT

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.
mylonnie mylonnie from CA wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:10 am
Tuesday June 20, 2000 15:06:32 GMT

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.
bpalmer bpalmer wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:09 am
Friday June 23, 2000 10:49:46 GMT

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.
searcher_wv searcher_wv from WV wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:08 am
Wednesday July 05, 2000 04:03:28 GMT

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
Pangurcat Pangurcat from CO wrote on April 1, 2020 at 10:07 am
Sunday July 09, 2000 23:56:19 GMT

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.