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Bryan Taylor wants photo of Civil War veteran grandfather

Bryan Taylor writes:
My name is Bryan Taylor, I would like to know who has these photographs. He is one of my grandfathers. He was a member of the 13th KY Company D in the Civil War. I am a Civil War Reenactor and when we dress Union that is the company we portray. I would really like a copy of that photograph, that way I can show people a photo of my grandfather when I am reenacting and people ask me why I do this.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks --Bryan Taylor
Thanks for your inquiry: If it is the photo of John Richard Keltner and George A. Keltner, the photo is owned by Phillip Coffey. If you are referring to the photo accompanying the article Judge Lawless seeks more on Weed Civil War Reunion, that photo is owned by Judge Scott Lawless. Permission or copies would have to be secured from the owners of the photos. If we hear of any other availability, we'll post on CM. -EW

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