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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

Jeannine Hall Peters |

Desire info on James R. Hall, Private in Company E, 1st Regiment of Cavalry Maine Volunteers, enlisted Jan. 16, 1862. Honorably discharged Mar. 31, 1862 by reason of disability. Re-enlited Dec. 23, 1863; discharged May 22, 1865. Born in Athens, Maine; resident of Enfield, Maine when enlisted.
Friday, February 11, 2000 - Glenburn, ME USA

Sue Bowen |

George E. Johnson Company D was my gggrandfather.He was born in Robbinston Maine Sept. 02,1837 died March 06, 1914 same.
I have sent for his pension papers from the National Archives.
Received them,and record of death ,discharge papers(?) for
1/2 disability ect...would be happy to copy info
(that I can read) and send for your page.Just let me know what you would need if any.GREAT PAGE! thanks Susan
Sunday, February 20, 2000 - NH USA

Susan Bowen |

Vital records from the EASTPORT SENTINAL 1818-1900 by Kenneth L. Willey published by Picton press has :
Volume 46 #28 ,April 27,1864 Notice ; In Perry Robinson Palmer (town Clerk at time) has furnished a ststement of volenteers all whom reside in Perry.
As of FEB. 1864 aWellington Frost was listed along with a few others....
Sunday, February 20, 2000 - NH USA

Susan Bowen |

Vital records from the EASTPORT SENTINAL 1818-1900 by Kenneth L. Willey published by Picton press has :
Volume 46 #28 ,April 27,1864 Notice ; In Perry Robinson Palmer (town Clerk at time) has furnished a ststement of volenteers all whom reside in Perry.
As of FEB. 1864 aWellington Frost was listed along with a few others....
Sunday, February 20, 2000 - NH USA

Susan Bowen |

Eastport Sentinal same volume 46 #28, As of March 14, 1864
Wm. A .Frost,Columbus B. Frost,and a few others. There was also a listing of a Wellington Frost marriage to a Louisa M. Gibson both were from Perry Maine.
July 17,1872.(vol.54 #37 july 31,1872)She is listed dying in Pembroke OCt. 26,1889.Wellington c. Frost was listed Vol 79 #31 July 21,1897 as dying in Pembroke July 16,1897 51 years. Same people? The USGENWEB for Maine might have some info or give you ideas where to look. Good luck!
Susan
Sunday, February 20, 2000 - NH USA

Bruce N. Crandlemire |

Am looking to find out where Jesse J. Peacock of Company E is buried. He died in Novermber 22,1862 from disease. Am in possession of his Book of Daily Prayer complete with newspaper clippings and a small flower pressed between the pages.

Bruce Crandlemire
Grandchild from an as yet undetermined number of generations!
Sunday, February 20, 2000 - Manassas, VA USA

Dr. Edward ("Ed") Arthur Colcord Staples |

I am interested in obtaining any information regarding my cousin, Doane Blood Colcord who served in the 1st Regiment, Maine Heavy Artillery. I would be especially interested in a picture of him and/or his comrades.

Doane was born in Bucksport, Maine, on November 14, 1841. From his mustering-in date to December, 1863, he was a Musician in Co. "G," 1st Regiment,Maine Heavy Artillery.

During November and December, 1863, he underwent examination and evaluation for service in the U.S. Army Signal Corp. On December 24, 1863 at Fort Sumner, he was transferred to the U.S. Army Signal Corps by General Order #388 from the War Department. He remained with that service until being mustered out in 1865.

Doane had a brother, William David Colcord, who was a Private in Company "A," 1st California Battalion of Mountaineers and a sister, Emily, who was a nurse during the Civil War.

I am currently writing a book ("Freedom's Warriors")on the exploits of my Colcord ancestors in the Civil War. Any information which one might provide would be very helpful in the completion of my task.

I also had 2 Colcord relatives in the 1st Maine Vol. Cavalry Regiment and one each in the 3rd, 4th, 6th, 9th, 26th and 29th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiments.

I am a Civil War enthusiast, and my wife and I have travelled many campaign trails in the South. In the process of my research and travel over the years,I have accumulated a variety of informational bits and pieces which I would be more than happy to share.

Congratulations on a marvelous web site!
Wednesday, February 23, 2000 - New Hamburg, , Ontario CANADA

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