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David Musgrove
Attended Kaiserslautern American HS
Lives in Palm Bay Florida
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Civil War Stories: The Musgroves
The election of 1860 1860 political cartoon Like the rest of the country, the debate was heated in Florida the fall of 1860. No decision to leave the Union over the issue of slavery was, as yet, made. Everything hinged on the outcome of the election in Nove...
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Civil War Stories: The Merritts
The Civil War: April 12, 1861- April 9, 1865 The Civil War started at four thirty a.m., April 12, 1861 when P. G. T. Beauregard , the first brigadier general of the Confederate States Army , fired on his former  United States Military Academy  teacher,  Rob...
The Civil War: April 12, 1861- April 9, 1865 The Civil War started at four thirty a.m., April 12, 1861 when P. G. T. Beauregard, the first brigadier general of the Confederate States Army, fired on his former United States ...
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John W Leverett and Lucy Williams
N ote :  Relationships are expressed from the perspective of the grandchildren of  Willis Edgar and Carrie  (known as) Mae (Merritt) Musgrove.  * Terms of relationship - grandmother, uncle, aunt, cousin, etc.  - are used here generically to include    relat...
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Musgroves and Leveretts: Facts
Note: Relationships are expressed from the perspective of the grandchildren of Willis Edgar and Carrie (known as) Mae (Merritt) Musgrove. *Terms of relationship - grandmother, uncle, aunt, cousin, etc.  - are used here generically to include  relatives such...
Note: Relationships are expressed from the perspective of the grandchildren of Willis Edgar and Carrie (known as) Mae (Merritt) Musgrove. *Terms of relationship - grandmother, uncle, aunt, cousin, etc.  - are used here generi...
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Musgroves and Leveretts: Rumors
N ote :  Relationships are expressed from the perspective of the grandchildren of  Willis Edgar and Carrie  (known as) Mae (Merritt) Musgrove.  * Terms of relationship - grandmother, uncle, aunt, cousin, etc.  - are used here generically to include    relat...
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Sarah Elizabeth (Betty) Leverett: Unwed Mothers
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N</i></b><b style="background-color: white; color: #29292a; line-height: 24.6400012969971px;"><i>ote: Relationships are expressed from the perspective of the grandchildren of Willis Edgar and Carrie (known as) Mae (Merritt) M...
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Civil War Stories: The Musgroves
Firing on Fort Sumter April 12, 1861 Our second great grandfather, John known as David Musgrove, was born January 1, 1847, a year before his northern counterpart, George Leonard Merritt. He was fourteen years old  at the start of the American Civil War. He ...
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Musgrove Trivia: The Musgrove Gang
N ote :  Relationships are expressed from the perspective of the grandchildren of  Willis Edgar and Carrie  (known as) Mae (Merritt) Musgrove.  * Terms of relationship - grandmother, uncle, aunt, cousin, etc.  - are used here generically to include    relat...
N</i></b><b style="background-color: white; color: #29292a; line-height: 24.64px;"><i>ote: Relationships are expressed from the perspective of the grandchildren of Willis Edgar and Carrie (known as) Mae (Merritt) Musgrove.  ...
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Musgrove Trivia: Patriot in a Petticoat
N ote :  Relationships are expressed from the perspective of the grandchildren of  Willis Edgar and Carrie  (known as) Mae (Merritt) Musgrove.  * Terms of relationship - grandmother, uncle, aunt, cousin, etc.  - are used here generically to include    relat...
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Musgroves and Leveretts: Facts
N ote :  Relationships are expressed from the perspective of the grandchildren of  Willis Edgar and Carrie  (known as) Mae (Merritt) Musgrove.  * Terms of relationship - grandmother, uncle, aunt, cousin, etc.  - are used here generically to include    relat...
N</i></b><b style="background-color: white; color: #29292a; line-height: 24.6400012969971px;"><i>ote: Relationships are expressed from the perspective of the grandchildren of Willis Edgar and Carrie (known as) Mae (Merritt) M...
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Samuel Leverett: Son of a Preacher Man
Folks Huxford's  "Pioneers of Wiregrass"  Volume 9 page 292 On the wevsite, Judge Folks Huxford is described as having, "...kept copious notes on handwritten cards that formed the nucleus for his seven volumes of Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia as well as the...
Folks Huxford's "Pioneers of Wiregrass" Volume 9 page 292 On the wevsite, Judge Folks Huxford is described as having, "...kept copious notes on handwritten cards that formed the nucleus for his seven volumes of Pioneers...
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Musgrove Trivia: Battle of Musgrove Mill
Fifty miles south-east of  Greenville, South Carolina , on the  Enoree River , is  Musgrove Mill State Park . T he site of the  Battle of Musgrove Mill  on  August 19, 1780, it was  listed on the  National Register of Historic Places  in 1975 Like most Musg...
Fifty miles south-east of Greenville, South Carolina, on the Enoree River, is Musgrove Mill State Park. The site of the Battle of Musgrove Mill on August 19, 1780, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in ...
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Education
  • Kaiserslautern American HS
    1973 - 1976
  • Glenn Hills High School
    1972 - 1973
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Portsmouth, Virginia - Fort Ord, California - Fort Lewis, Washington - Butzbach, Germany - Fort Gordon, Georgia - Kaiserslautern, Germany - Augusta, Georgia - Jacksonville Florida - Greeneville South Carolina
If you feel like dealing with used car salesmen while your loved is dying I highly suggest using Fountainhead Memorial Park. Their commission is very important to them. Your loss of your loved one will be treated by your 'sales person' as an opportunity to maximize their commission with no regard for your emotional state or best interest. UPDATE: This funeral home is still aggressively selling in . Their call center, twice a year, contacts me asking to speak to my deceased loved one...five years on. I just got a call from them Tuesday, Mar. 5, 2015 asking to speak to a person cremated by them and interned in their gardens. They can't get dead people's names off their call center list. Geee!
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I've been a customer of A&A Auto Techs for over ten years. He's worked on several of my cars; the only mechanic I use. He doesn't do mobile service but, since I live alone and don't have a ride back from his shop, he's had someone pick me up and carry me back home when my car needed work done on it. I highly recommend this shop.
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Absolutely the best pizza around. The sizes run larger than most chain pizzerias; toppings extra.
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