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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


Donna Quinlan |

Looking for information on Columbus and Wellington FROST. Columbus Frost died in a Confederate hospital and is buried in Richmond, VA. Wellingon was in the Calvary and is buried in Pembroke,Washington County, Maine. Cannot find any records online so far. Information would be appreciated.
Tuesday, December 21, 1999 - NH USA

John Lavery |

I have located Pvt. Charles R. LaValley (Drummer) of Co. B. He is buried in spring Hill Cemetery, Huntington, WV Date of death will come in a later message.
John Lavery
Dep. Commander
Camp Garnett, 1470
West Virginia Div.
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Thursday, December 30, 1999 - Huntington, WV USA

John Lavery |

Charles R. LaValley passed away on the 03 of Jan. of 1917.
Friday, December 31, 1999 - Huntington, WV USA

Cathy McNamara Lewis |

I want to thank you so much for having this information on the web. I found Joseph McNamara in Co. E First Maine Heavy Artillery and have my fingers crossed that he is the McNamara my family has been searching for. Thank you again!
Wednesday, January 05, 2000 - Howell, NJ USA

Thomas Vincenz |

Hello!
Greetings from the 1st Maine light Artillery.
We wish you a happy new year.
God save the Union
Wednesday, January 12, 2000 - Bückeburg, Germany

Michael Whitney |

I am looking for more information on William H Whitney , he served in the maine 1'st heavy artillery unit company B . Any help would be great . Thank you .
Monday, January 17, 2000 - boston, ma USA

Wayne R. Bean |

Dear Cuz,
So thrilled to see the search engine up and running.
I am about to send the address to a bunch of MAINEiacs.
This is going to blow the lid off contemporary ideas of
what a regimental website should be. Congratulations
on your new baby! Now, I will be free of the sympathetic
labor pains>

Aye,

Wayne


Monday, January 24, 2000 - Greeneville, TN USA

Christopher L James |

Hello,

If anyone knows how I can get a photo of my relative
George H. Hayward of the 1st Marine Heavy Artilary Company
K, Please let me know. Thank You...Chris James
Tuesday, February 01, 2000 - Brentwood, Ca USA

Linda Sanders |

I.m looking for any information regarding Fayette M. Paine of the 17th Maine Volunteer Regiment. After the war he reinlisted and was a member of the 1st Regiment Maine Heavy Artillery. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Thursday, February 03, 2000 - Whittier, CA USA

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