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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

dave bloom |
Request photo of Hugh Fletcher Porter. Ref pp:363/365/468.
Hugh was my wife's 3rd great grandfather.
Saturday, January 27, 2001 - waconia, mn USA

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