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Five Dutch Cousins with a re-enactor at the Painted Stone Settlers program near Shelbyville on Saturday. Lynn Rogers, Kathy Cummings, Lynn Westerfield, Vince Akers, Rodney Dempsey and his sister Susan Gudorf. (Photo by Dennis Gudorf.) ——————————— Negotiating for a prisoner exchange between the settlers and the natives, re-enacted at the Painted Stone Settlers program on
Photo at the Painted Stone Settlers re-enactment of the Long Run Massacre and Floyd’s Defeat, near Shelbyville, KY on Saturday September 9, 2017. Photo by Lynn Rogers, Dutch Cousins Gathering Co-ordinator. Happy Memories of the 2017 Gathering of Dutch Cousins. Feel free to share these items, just credit DUTCH LETTERS (date), free genealogy round robin
(Photo at 2017 Dutch Cousins on Thursday September 7 thanks to Lynn Rogers, 2017 Gathering coordinator; Flags furnished by SAR.) Recently one of our Dutch Cousins contacted me to say she had not been receiving her DC Letters and wanted to know why. She had first checked her spam folder to be sure the Letters were not being routed
FOR PRESIDENT: CHARLIE WESTERFIELD of Louisville, KY Charlie Westerfield attended Greenville High School in Muhlenburg County, Kentucky and served in the Air Force from 1958-1962. In 1965 he married his wife, Marilyn and they have one son, Michael. Charlie also enlisted in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War to fly helicopters. Since then he
Who is coming? Who will we see? Who are our future leaders? —————————————————– Feel free to share these items, just credit DUTCH LETTERS (date), free genealogy round robin published by Carolyn Leonard. Anyone who wishes to be added to the mailing list, send an email to me at Editor234@gmail.com and say they would like to be on the
Our Secretary Denise M. Perry handles the minutes and reports, as well as assisting with editing and mailing out the Newsletter and maintaining a duplicate mailing address list. Read carefully. If any errors are noted, please notify me immediately. If no corrections are received, the minutes will be approved at the meeting next week and filed. Wow.
Author Eddie Price will present “Remember the Raisin!” as the Dinner speaker on Saturday night.He will have handouts of the song sheet we will be singing from, a great little “ditty” from the time period called “Hunters of Kentucky!” Andrew Jackson would use it as his campaign song. Although many Kentuckians were not pleased with Jackson, they LOVED the song which was
Are HITEs considered Low Dutch? Feel free to share these items, just credit DUTCH LETTERS (date), free genealogy round robin published by Carolyn Leonard. Anyone who wishes to be added to the mailing list, send an email to me at Editor234@gmail.com and say they would like to be on the list – and let us know their Dutch connection