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Daughters of the American Revolution dedicate markers
The John Guild and Old Town Fenton chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution will dedicate markers honoring Revolutionary War soldiers at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Old Bethel Baptist Church off Lee Avenue in Jackson.
The three soldiers, Ithamar Hubbel, Enos Randol and Robert Wicker, all have local connections.
Members of the Cape Girardeau Baptist Association, Allen Laws Oliver Sons of the American Revolution, Missouri State Society Children of the American Revolution, both DAR chapters, Byrd Settlement Society and descendants of the soldiers will be there.