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Wayne Bean |

To: Douglas MacRae who posted the inquiry directly below.
I have tried to send information three times but your carrier, roots@stratonet.com kicks back the mail with the explanation that your storage space has insufficient room to recieve the mail. Can you check this out?
Wednesday, May 24, 2000 - Greeneville, TN USA


David Getchell |

I have just found this site, as the keyboard is new to me.
I've been doing some Family Tree work and trying to find
out about my family. Finding new and old frends [wayne Bean]
makes it even more fun. Dave
Wednesday, May 31, 2000 - Salisbury, NC USA

Deneika M. Greenlaw |

Hello all! I have just recently learned of my heritage in the Civil War. All of my great-great-grandfathers fought and 3 survived. My grandmother is conducting a family history, and searching desperately for information regarding Charles O. Smith of Company D, 2nd Battery, 1st Maine Light Artillary. She has some information that he fought at Gettysburg, perhaps captured a Confederate artillary nest, and had a monument at the battlefield. If anyone has any information about him, I (and my grandmother) would greatly appreciate you contacting me. Thank you!
Wednesday, June 14, 2000 - Alexander, ME USA

Cheryl |

My ggGrandfather was Michael Cunningham-Corporal-Co.H.18th Infantry & 1st H.A.Maine Vol. and his father, my gggGrandfather, Timothy Cunningham-Private-1st Heavy Artillary-were both in the Service in Maine.Any info would be appreciated. Any photos? Thank-you.
Thursday, June 15, 2000 - Groveland, Florida USA

John A. Heath |

1st Me Heavy Artillery, Co G Pvt Aaron Saunders, mortally
wounded 136 years ago today. Died June 26, 1864, buried
Hopewell Military Cemetery, Virginia.
God Save the Union!
Sunday, June 18, 2000 - Acton, MA USA

Lloyd R. Danforth |

Thanks to my distant cousin Blanche Tibbetts Carter, author of " Tibbetts Talk " I have only recently found out that my Great Great Grandfather, Alanson Blackden, served in The Maine Heavy Artillery and was wounded in the battle of Spotsylvania. I would be interested in meeting any other decendants of Alanson. Lloyd R. Danforth
Thursday, June 22, 2000 - Hartford, CT USA

Cleon Pinkham |

I am the great grandson of Marcellus Atkins, Corporal, Co H.
I have his discharge, dated 11 Sept., 1865.
Wednesday, June 28, 2000 - `Mesa, Az USA

Ben Smith |

I am researching my ancestor who served in the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery, Avandah Smith. He served in Co. F and enlisted from Carmel, Maine in July 1862. Following the war, he lived Minneapolis and lived at the Minneapolis Soldiers Home before he died. He is buried in St., Mary's Cemetery in Minneapolis. He was afriend of Peleg Bradford of Carmel who had a book written about his letters. Avandah died January 1, 1914. I am interested in any other infromation on Avandah that you may have. Thanks!
Monday, July 10, 2000 - Portland, ME USA

Irvina Russell |

Charles H. TIBBETTS, CO A, 1 REGT, Maine, HV ARTY (1840-1934) is buried in Highland Cemetery, New Castle, Colorado. He is not my line, but I'm happy to share a photo of his tombstone, I just couldn't pass up the photo.
Thursday, July 13, 2000 - Duvall, WA USA

Robby Robinson |

My great great grandfather Pvt. John Robinson served with Company "K" First Maine Heavy Artillery. I have a memorial Certificate dated 21 Aug.1862 dedicated to and listing all the Officers and Men of Company "K". I would like to here if anyone has information about John Robinson photos, place of burial etc.
Saturday, July 15, 2000 - Nashua, NH USA

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