User talk:Gareth E Kegg

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Hyde House[edit]

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Regarding your question[edit]

  • No I'm not related to Larry D. Alexander. I'm just a fan and a collector of his work, just like many others. No offense taken. You're just trying to do what you think is right. I applaud your straight-forwardness. I also see you found out where the "Clinton Family Portrait" is (The Clinton Library in Little Rock). Thanks for that information. Are you going to post that information on the deletion discussion? Thanks again. carljenningstown 2:17, 27 February 2014 (UTC)

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July 2014[edit]

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  • US Army]] officer who received the [[Medal of Honor]] for his actions during the [[Indian Wars]]. (Note - his obituary in the ''New York Times'' states he was born in 1847, but this is not supported

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