Readers' Answers, 2-13-2002
Welcome to our readers answers section. Every week we get one of our
readers to answer 10 questions. They are always the same questions and the
answers prove most interesting. We also state whether the person answering the
questions jumped or was pushed ( did they offer to answer the questions or did
we have to approach them.) This edition the questions were put to our British
commander, Mr Tony Jones of Cheltenham……….who Jumped
1. How long have
you been interested in Southern Heritage and its preservation.
A. Only a few
2. Are you actually involved in Southern Heritage and its
3.Do you believe their will EVER be another
attempt at Southern Independence ?
A. You bet
4.Name three people,
apart from generals and well known figures, who you believe should be honoured
as Southern heros ?
A. William L. Knight, 3rd Alabama Inf.
Feilden, CS staff
Anthony R Jones, CSAE British commander
been your most memorable moment in preserving Southern heritage ?
my first CS grave site
6.What was the worst comment ever made to you
about your support for Southern Heritage?
7.How many CS
gravesites have you visited in the last year?
A. Due to transport
difficulties I only managed to get to Capt S. Winthrop’s grave site in
8.Do you believe that Georgia should have her flag re-instated
A. Yes, immediately
9. What do you like best about our newsletter
A. Good question, but its not the editor for sure, I’ve heard he’s not
every woman’s dream
10.What do you like least about our newsletter?
That’s a hard one.
Well…..some good answers there, Tony, and some
rather interesting ones too.. Please remember, if you fancy letting our
readership know what your answers would be, just mail me and you could be
next….don’t be shy now .
However…back to our commander. For those of
you who have not been in touch with our commander before, let me tell you that
he is very much a ‘hands on’ commander who is heavily involved and committed to
Confederate grave site research here in the UK, and else where in the world if
his assistance is needed. He is also actively involved in fundraising for this
project and has on more than one occasion funded CSAE purchases and activities
himself. Like myself, he is utterly committed to Southern Heritage and its
preservation. A photo of Tony appears on the last page of our newsletter
JOHN COLLIER, editor
February 13, 2002
Jones and John Collier grants
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as this message remains on all copied material, for personal and genealogical
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