Huntsville woman honors ancestor, others from Alabama who fought for Union during Civil War
Melanie Elliott talks about a Paint Rock Valley Pioneers book with listings of people buried in various cemeteries to track down the ancestry of her family.
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#1 Jun 19, 2012
My Great Grandmother Packed some Yankee Fudge Back in the day. She worked in a fudge factory that sold fudge through the Under Ground railroad. A lot of packed fudge went through that tunnel. It paid for my Great Grandmothers sex change and the founding of the Lowe Mill. My Great Grandmother, I mean Grandfather found all of South Huntsville thank to all of the fudge he packed
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