[Loch-Ruadh] Terrorrist's Group

Howard Cole bacpakin at sbcglobal.net
Fri Apr 24 16:14:48 PDT 2009

They all indeed count! Brave men, of honor and duty. They would be the first to demand J. Neo's resignation. 
Count my father, too. He didn't fight with a rifle but with a bulldozer. Trained as a Marine, he jolined the U.S. Navy Seabees and built airstrips in the Pacific Islands while be shot at by Japanese snipers.
J. Neo's father was probably a soldier who fought in Europe during WW2. What a shameful wrench this bitch! 

From: Crandall <crandalltwo-scalists at yahoo.com>
To: "Shire of Loch Ruadh, Kingdom of Ansteorra, SCA, Inc." <loch-ruadh at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Friday, April 24, 2009 5:58:56 PM
Subject: Re: [Loch-Ruadh] Terrorrist's Group

Do my distant (time and relations) cousins count as well? 

Brigadier General William J. Crandall is deputy chief of Air Force Reserve 

Colonel Bruce P. Crandall, Medal of Honor 

Colonel Lee Crandall, 47th Arkansas Calvary, CSA 

Lieutenant Orson L. Crandall, Medal of Honor
USS Crandall (YHLC-2), 1967-1993, was named in honor of Lieutenant Crandall.

Private Charles Crandall, Medal of Honor
Company B, 8th U.S. Cavalry (Indian Wars) 

Not all fought with guns; 

Prudence Crandall of Canterbury, an early advocate of equal rights in America.
Back in 1995, Connecticut chose Crandall as its official state heroine. 

Crandall, Olde Phart 

Sgt. U.S.Army, Cold War
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