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Connie Carlson |

I have a copy of the First Maine Heavy Artillary book with the name of my great-grandfather, Robert Debeck on page 373. I have no other information on him except that he first mustered with the Maine Thirteenth on Nov. 20, 1861 and was discharged for disability on Apr. 14, 1862. He later mustered with the First Maine Heavy Artillary. Any information that you may have where I might be able to do research would be appreciated.
Thursday, September 21, 2000 - Tosham, ME USA


Richard L. Duplisea |

My Great Great Grandfather's brother was Lysander Bragg AKA (Lysander Bragg Dunbar) Company B 1St ME Heavy Art'y. I also found information that he might have belonged to Company H 2Nd Me Infantry. He was wounded at Petersburg and died from those wounds June 18, 1864. He is buried in the Military Cemetry @ Petersburg. I would be interested in any information about him or meeting with any other decendants.
Saturday, September 23, 2000 - Auburn, ME USA

dave bashara |

hello, i recently learned that i had two ggg uncles who fought in the war. george and james mcginley, george was a captain and james was a sargeant. both were 7th maine infantry. they along with their 3 brothers and 5 sisters immigrated from ireland and initally settled in bangor, maine. any additional info is greatly appreciated...
Saturday, September 23, 2000 - valencia, ca USA

Bob Brown |

Jotham L. Buzzell was my Great Great Grandfather. He was
born Aug. 30, 1821, and died Mar. 27, 1885 in Fair Haven,
Minnesota. Any information on him would be greatly
appreciated.
Thanks, Bob Brown
Sunday, October 15, 2000 - Omaha, NE USA

Andrew MacIsaac |

Does anyone have any information or know decendants of Col. Daniel Chaplin of the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery. I
have the following info on his Great grand children (GGC)and Great-great grand children (GGGC). Some who may
still be alive today. Daniel Chaplin Bennett, b 8/5/1940 Dallas, Tx (GGGC) Wingate Chaplin Bronson, b 4/26/1909
Forest Hills, NY (GGC) Joanne Frances Bronson, b July, 1946 (GGGC) Kevin Daniel Sullivan, b May 6, 1942
(GGGC) Madeline Charlotte (Gillespie) Sullivan, b 7/1/1918 (GGC) Daniel Chaplin Sullivan, b 11/13/1920 (GGC)
Glenna Gene Sullivan, b 10/19/1944 (GGGC) Helen Lucile (Mullins) Lentovich, b, 4/5/1922 (GGC) William
Lentovich, JR. b, 3/9/1942, (GGGC) Grace Madeline (Chaplin) Mullins, (GC) I would love to know if anyone might
know these decendants and if they might have any information on the existance of Daniel Chaplin's papers.
Tuesday, October 24, 2000 - Shrewsbury, MA USA

Ken Carty |

Need help finding the graves of Asa Dore Co.G
and Moses H. Stewart Co.B 1ST 1st Me. H. A.
Both are from Wellington, Me.
Thanks
Sunday, October 29, 2000 - Wellington, Me USA

Andy MacIsaac |

Ken, my direct reply to you got returned so I am posting it here. I checked the online records of the
graves in Petersburg. They did not list Asa Dore or Moses Stewart. Asa
Dore was KIA on 6/18 1864 and more than likley was buried where he fell
on the field. In 1867 when most of the graves around Petersburgh were dug up
and moved to Poplar Grove many of them were unidentifeid.
Have you seen the letters of Asa Dore? These are great
letters. They were transcribed by a Chistopher A Dore who I assume is a
decendant.
Thursday, November 02, 2000 - Shrewsbury, USA

Wayne Bean |

Document auction alert - pension letter of Henry J Foster, Corinna/Bradley, Maine, 3rd Maine Artillery and Company M of 1st Maine Heavy Artillery from '63-'64 on auction on e-bay, item # 520288429 a/o 07 DEC 00.
Thursday, December 07, 2000 - Greeneville, TN USA

Ted Littlefield |

My ggfather was Samuel Frost Tasker of the 1st Me Hvy Arty who was wounded in the charge from the Prince George Courthouse Rd. He was b. 20 Mar 1846 in Dixmont, Me. He m. 9 Jun 1866, Augusta Anne Glass, and had Mabel, Myrtle, and Edward. He d. 18 Dec 1915 and is bur. in Pine Grove Cemetery in Bangor. Mabel m. Frederick Arthur Colby and had Harold, Gladys, and Mabelle (my mother).

His grandson Harold, who was abt. 20 when Sam died said the wound was from a mini ball the shoulder which passed thru without doing serious damage. He said Sam was carrying the colors which were picked up by someone after he fell. Sam packed mud in the wound and spent most of the night on the field, crawling back to the road in early morning. He was patched up and put on light duty assisting at the aid station.
Friday, December 29, 2000 - Hampden, ME USA

Carolynn Cumor |

Any info on Peter Tibdo would be helpful, and interesting.
He served in B Company in the 1st maine heavy artillery. I am also wondering if there is a place to find if there were any medals awarded to him.Peter was my GGGrandfather.
Monday, January 15, 2001 - Crescent City, CA USA

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