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Re: USS Rattler at Rodney MS
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You may could email the MS Division of the UDC. I used to know the lady that was over the Rodney Church Committee, but I don't know who is now.
They did a restoration in the late 80s so they may have some records.
I used to do a good bit of upkeep around the church, and was married in it. (It has one of the most beautiful sounding bells I have ever heard!)
Anyways, there was some arguement about the church being broken it, etc, (actually, it wasn't broken in, but the fellow watching it had charged them $150 for repairs), and some of the ladies got ruffled feathers over it, so I left it alone.
I have tried to organize a cemetery clean up in Rodney, but it's hard to get much done, when no one else shows up.
The Port Gibson SCV camp is reactivated, and one of the members asked me to help them get a camp project going. I suggested "Rodney" and hope to go meet with them in a few days to see what we can get started.

Virgil

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