WARD, James; enlisted: December 3, 1850, New York, by Capt. Van Buren; born: Middlebury, Vermont; age: 21 yrs; occupation: farmer; blue eyes, auburn hair, fair complexion, 5’7¼”; Company H, 2d Dragoons and Company I, 1st Dragoons; discharged: December 3, 1855, Fort Thorn, New Mexico, expiration of service; rank: private; pension order No. 241,212 January 20, 1857.
sorry about not being on here much lately, been having those dam eye surgeries, in two weeks I will be having my 11th eye surgery 23 surgeries so far and counting. You take care and thanks for caring, God Bless Rick.
I will let Corris know that you asked about him. He was our S-3 SGM when I was on the Rock from Oct 1989-May 1992...went to desert Sheild/Storm/Somalia together while we were stationed at FT. Drum...great man...
Yeah Jim, it's me. I've been doing O.K. I have got a photo for you, from Kellers, you might like. I can't remember the other guy's name for the life of me, but I think you will remember. I'm going to be uploading some photos on to my page soon. Gotta get back to work, but I will write back again. Take care. Always Ready, Always First! Eric
Not to confuse the issue (or you) but mythology, misinterpretation and lack of knowing the language that the OT and NT was written in has it's limitations. When it comes to understanding scripture (and it's not easy) you have to understand the language it was written in along with an examination of the historical/cultural perspective of those times.
But, as my professor (Fr. Tom Clarke) used to say, "I could be wrong."
I always like to say, "There are no absolute truths, that man creates truth in the questions he asks about himself and the world he lives in."
Then the question becomes: Are we asking the right questions?