Fairfielders remember the forgotten war of independence

Sep 4, 2012 Full story: Connecticut Post

Betty Oderwald, president of the Connecticut State Society, U.S. Daughters of 1812, and a resident of Fairfield, shared information Sunday about the War of 1812 and Fairfield's role in it as she stood in front of a powder house from that era, which is behind Tomlinson Middle School.

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#1 Sep 4, 2012
Let us not forget the War of Independence and the War of 1812. God bless those who died on both sides.

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#2 Sep 4, 2012
Good Afternoon Everybody. How are you? All of us including Tippy and her fish are doing just great. Thanks for asking.
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#3 Sep 4, 2012
American Gentleman Samuel wrote:
Good Afternoon Everybody. How are you? All of us including Tippy and her fish are doing just great. Thanks for asking.
Oh, O.K., I get it. I'll see you there instead of the original place.

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