|If it has been awhile, please come for a visit. As you stroll the very ground our ancestors
fought, died, and in some cases are buried on, remember them. Take time to reflect on the
families that were ordered to leave their homes as a result of Order #11. They are why we do
what we do. Every penny counts, every dollar makes a difference. Here is how you can help:
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operations of the Society.
roster and to help us build a strong constituency as we head toward the future.
daily operations of the institution.
enhances the mission of the Society.
membership in their honor.
our desire to individually profile Lone Jack’s founding families and tell their stories.
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Buried in Union Trench
He left an 18mo old daughter and an
|William "Bud" Cave ca 1862 age 10
He witnessed the mortal wounding of
his mother, Lucinda during the battle.
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