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Thank you for your interest in the FamilySearch Wiki!  Yes, this would definitely be in the scope of the Wiki.  You can add it yourself or I can do that for you!<br>
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[[User_Talk:Brepouille|Brepouille]], Wiki Support Team, 15:34, 4 February 2020 (MST)

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Addition reference for the Roundheads?[edit source]

Regarding your Reference page at: https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/FamilySearch_Wiki:FamilySearch_Research_Wiki#/talk/new

Would the following Additional References for the "100th Penn. 'Roundheads'" be within guidelines?


There are special interest groups focused on the 100th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry regiment. They collect & share reference materials & ephemera.

Living History Club Company E, 100th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. (Started out as Co. E but expanded their scope to the entire Regiment.) http://www.100thpenn.com/default.html They describe themselves as an organization that portrays a union Civil War fighting regiment from the American Civil War 1861-85 and part of the parent organization, the Washington Civil War Association (WCWA) www.wcwa.net

There is also a Facebook group: Society of the Roundheads https://facebook.com/groups/121055402755/?ref=group_browse Bamaustin (talk) 13:03, 4 February 2020 (MST)

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Thank you for your interest in the FamilySearch Wiki! Yes, this would definitely be in the scope of the Wiki. You can add it yourself or I can do that for you!
Brepouille, Wiki Support Team, 15:34, 4 February 2020 (MST)