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J. A. Ratley-Great Great Grandfather-for Re-JUNE-venate 2012

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This photo taken at beginning of Civil War around 1861 or so. In case it sounds familiar, this is the layout of John after he was older.http://scrapgirls.net/forum/gallery/image/142899-john-andrew-and-melinda/

 

 

 

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Jean this is SO cool - what a neat photo and I love what you did with it. I really like your interesting journaling and the type you used and your background and that little touch of red is wonderful. Super page. :)

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I love this page! I love the picture, the torn look, and the lighting. Love the red in it too. Nice!

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Jean this is awesome. Love the colours, blending and fantastic journaling. Great photo from long, long ago. Kay

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Awesome photo and interesting bit of history. Lovely layout. I think you win. Your photo must be the oldest. disappearing-smilie.gif

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your LO is inspirational! My husband's g-g-grandfather was from AL too and got captured at Gettysberg and survived 3 different POW camps, but we don'e have a picture of him. Thanks for sharing this.

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I was about to say the same thing as princessrunningfingers, above. I'll add that I love your heritage layouts! You are a master of "mood".

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Wonderful photo and journaling. You did a fantastic job with this layout. I have ancestors that fought in the Civil War too, but we don't have any pictures of them.

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WOW how great is that to have a photograph that old. You have done a great job here. Love that narrow white line around the journaling

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