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8 hours ago, pipedreams said:

No other family in American history has suffered a wartime loss like that of Waterloo's Sullivan family.

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Sadly the second family.  The first was in the Civil War and Lincoln’s letter was quoted in the letter to Mrs. Sullivan.  Navy destroyer the USS The Sullivan’s was named for them.

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8 hours ago, Brown Hawk said:

Sadly the second family.  The first was in the Civil War and Lincoln’s letter was quoted in the letter to Mrs. Sullivan.  Navy destroyer the USS The Sullivan’s was named for them.

 Hawk 

Your correct, I should of known that since there was a monument erected to them just a couple years ago.  Toolesboro, is not that far from where I live and I have been by the monument.  It is located on a rural highway and the community is very small.  Prior to the monument it was know for the Indian mound site with a small museum.  

https://iowaculture.gov/history/sites/toolesboro-mounds-national-historic-landmark

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This 1930 L-29 Cord was recently discovered. It had been sitting there since 1952. It still had its WWII gas ration sticker in the window. I want it.

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