William Mack Lee



From: Jimmy [sqrootmn7@gmail.com]
Date: Tue, Feb 23, 2016
Subject: Fwd: William Mack Lee Son sent this to me, thought you may like it
To: hk.edgerton@gmail.com

HK, how are you doing? This is Jimmy Carter from Oklahoma Camp 513! I pray GOD’s will & safety for you & yours! Our Camp 513 would like to say Thank You as a reminder for coming to Oklahoma & marching with us from the State Capital to Fairlawn Cemetery! You take care & again Thank You for trying to correct history!

God’s speed & protection to you ! Please keep us posted on your endeavors!

Member Oklahoma Camp 513
Jimmy Carter (not the former U.S. President ! šŸ˜‰

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From: Rocky & Marlene [rokmar@sbcglobal.net]
Date: February 22, 2016
Subject: Fw: William Mack LeeSon sent this to me, thought you may like it

On Monday, February 22, 2016, “Waddell, Big Z J” [Zackery.J.Waddell@p66.com] wrote:

Iā€™m sure you already heard the story of William Mack Lee, but I found it to be very interesting.

William Mack Lee

This is William Mack Lee, who started as a servant to Gen. Lee, but look at all those medals! He surely had no idea where he had been or where all those medals came from. Black Confederate? Surely NOT!!

He stayed with General Lee all throughout the war and till the day Lee died in 1870. Mack said of Gen. Lee after his death “I was raised by one of the greatest men in the world. There was never one born of a woman greater than General Robert E. Lee, according to my judgment. All of his servants were set free ten years before the war, but all remained on the plantation until after the surrender.”

Gen. Lee left Mack $360 in his will, which Mack used to go to school and started 14 churches. But wait – wasn’t Gen. Lee a terrible racist who fought to preserve and maintain the institution of slavery? Wake up America, you’re being lied to!!