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View Full Version : $200,000 doantion leaves just $100,000 more to raise for Franklin



gwagner
05-06-2012, 06:04 PM
http://www.tennessean.com/article/20120506/WILLIAMSON10/305060017/-200-000-given-Domino-s-purchase

I just donated $20.00 more dollars. I challenge everyone here to do the same:

http://www.franklinscharge.com/how-to-support-franklins-charge

desotobob
05-06-2012, 10:22 PM
Just donated $40 for my two relatives at Franklin. One was wounded at the Cotton Gin, one was killed. Let's get that money rolling.

gwagner
05-07-2012, 09:15 AM
Donate now. Don't let $100,000 cause this property to be lost.

Rufus
05-07-2012, 06:17 PM
There are 5351 users on this forum, and if everyone donated just twenty dollars the land would be saved.

gwagner
05-07-2012, 08:46 PM
My sentiment exactly Tyler!

gwagner
05-30-2012, 11:38 AM
Franklin's Charge is about to have a press conference to announce that they have met all matches and can say that the Domino's and the strip market will be reclaimed as the epicenter of the battlefield @ Franklin. Here 11 Medals of Honor were hard earned & Cleburne, among countless others, died."

- F.C.'s Chairman Emiritus Robert Hicks' post today.

Swamphog Jim
06-26-2012, 03:02 PM
Franklin's Charge is about to have a press conference to announce that they have met all matches and can say that the Domino's and the strip market will be reclaimed as the epicenter of the battlefield @ Franklin. Here 11 Medals of Honor were hard earned & Cleburne, among countless others, died."

- F.C.'s Chairman Emiritus Robert Hicks' post today.


I'm very happy to hear this news! My interest in CW history began when I heard stories of my G-G-Grandfather (who served with the 111th OVI) personally relate some of his experiences of that battle to my great-aunt. She told me he would point to the west side of the Carter House and tell her that its very possible some of those bullet holes were made by him.

I look forward to going down there again when this property is restored