Huntsville woman honors ancestor, oth...

Huntsville woman honors ancestor, others from Alabama who fought for Union during Civil War

There are 1 comment on the Alabama Live story from Jun 18, 2012, titled Huntsville woman honors ancestor, others from Alabama who fought for Union during Civil War. In it, Alabama Live reports that:

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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Cryel Wright

Newville, AL

#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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