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Old 08-06-2013, 11:40 AM
 
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While at the festival, my brother, John, along with working hard in support of the boat rides, found and purchased for me a Mate's Certificate for "Edward Song" in the Cincinnati District. It was/is dated "Fifteenth Day of March 1848". I searched both Way's and found no info. It was his third issue so he may have been relatively young. Anybody here know of a Song family or Edward Song? Don't know how many miles of river the Cincinnati District covered in 1848, but I suppose it encompassed many little towns. Cap'n Walnut
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