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Wes Langley |

An addition to my first message. James Langley is buried in the cemetery, at Glencoe, Minnesota and his white civil war headstone carries the civil war head stone shield with all the identification of the 1st Regiment Company B of Maine Volunteers Hvy Artly.
Tuesday, October 19, 1999 - Missoula, Mt USA


B. Sherman |

Looking for information on EDWIN RUTHEN FOSTER, born in Portland, Me January 24, 1830 and died September 14, 1864 in Andersonville Prison. He was married to CYRENIA EMERY SCUDDER, September 8, 1853. Would appreciate any info available on EDWIN when he was serving in the Civil War.
Tuesday, November 02, 1999 - Dalton, MA USA

B. Sherman |

Looking for information on LORING OLIVER PUSHARD born September 20, 1844 ROSWELL H. PUSHARD, born November 18, 1847.
Thanks for any info you may provide.
Tuesday, November 02, 1999 - Dalton, MA USA

Steve Cox |

My great great grandfather was Christopher C. Huntley who
served in Company K of the First Maine Heavy Artillery
He was wounded on May 19, 1864 . Would like to hear from
anyone who has similar interests about this unit .
Monday, November 08, 1999 - Mont Vernon, NH USA

Ben Little |

Looking for any information concerning my Ggranfather, William Little, born 1814-1862. Moved from Gardner Maine & located in Wisconsin, Sauk County, Fairfield Township in 1861.
Wednesday, November 17, 1999 - Portage, WI USA

merton jacobs |

I'm looking for information about my ggggrandfather RUFUS H. ROOKS. He was in the First Maine Heavy Artillary, Co. M and died at the Battle of Wilderness.
Thursday, November 18, 1999 - winthrop, me USA

Jeffery Flanders |

I am looking for any information about my gggreat uncle. Samuel Flanders, 1st Heavy Artillery, Company E. Died of wounds on June 14, 1864 in a hospital in Washinton, D.C.

He was born in Shirley, Maine.
Thursday, November 18, 1999 - Auburn, GA USA

Crystal Mitchell |


I am looking for information on a Charles Dean Rose who may have served in the 1st Maine.
Sunday, November 21, 1999 - camas, wa USA

albert colson |

Searching info on henry D Frost from Mariaville Maine
Grave stone marked 17th Inf.I have letter he wrote
describing execution of fellow maine soilder named
Baird.Henry was my great great uncle.would like history
of his military tour
Sunday, December 05, 1999 - mastic, ny USA

Wayne R. Bean |

THE "SECOND" MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY
It has come to my attention that this website, being one of
a kind, is getting swamped with understandably serious
inquiries about ancestors who were NOT in the 1st Me.
Heavies. I am one of the first and biggest supporters of this site and wish to take some load off the site manager.
I am in a strong position to answer questions about the
11th Maine Infantry Regiment. I refer to them as the
"SECOND HEAVY ARTILLERY" as they trained as heavy artillery
after they had become a veteran infantry outfit. They were
recruited in roughly the same areas as the 1st H.A. so
inquiries are likely. I have a complete roster, hometowns,
casualty information and known addresses as of 1895. Please
feel free to contact me directly, allowing Mr. Woodcock to
concentrate on the subject matter of this wonderful site.
Believe me, it will be an award winner!

Wayne R. Bean

Wednesday, December 08, 1999 - Greeneville, Tennessee USA

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