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From: "Betty" <>
Subject: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] David GOODHUE of Dracut, Lowell, MA
Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2008 06:06:23 -0500
In yesterday's "The Lowell Sun" (MA), there is an article, entitled "Where
is Lowell Civil War hero buried?"
The subheading is: Quest of two local history buffs may never unearth the
The article starts out: More than 130 years fater David H. Goodhue's
death, two men set out to find this Civil War soldier from Lowell.
......"The Sun" arranged to have them compare stories over the phone.
Each has evidence that Union Pvt. Goodhue, a prisoner of war when he died on
June 30, 1863, is buried in one of these far-off Southern places. ....
Under one of the pictures on another page, it says: A mass trench of
graves near a former Confederate prison camp in Salisbury, N.C., where some
evidence suggests David H. Goodhue may be buried.
Just an FYI for you.
Betty (near Lowell, MA)
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