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William Warnock |
Thomas Warnock aka Charles Bradley was my 3rd generation grandfather. How could I find more information on his service?
Wednesday April 13 2011 - Lake Ariel PA


Douglas Morrill |
Hiram S. James was my 3rd generation grandfather. I have his discharge papers and picture.
Friday January 21 2011 - Quincy, Mass.

Dan Peters |
This is a wonderfully useful site, but I'm certain you misses a soldier who served in the 1st MHA, at least according to the Adj. Gen. Report of 1861. The man is Carver, Everett: Milo, 23, single, son of William and Sarah (Sally) Wells Carver. Rejected and not mustered in to Co. A ("Brownville Rifles"), 6th Maine Infantry. Enlisted in 1st Maine Heavy Artillery Dec. 2, 1863. [Not listed in Shaw’s history.] Mustered out May 13, 1865. [AGR, 1861, p. 60.] [Mundy, No Rich Men's Sons, p. 225.]
Tuesday August 31 2010 - Groton, CT

Ruth House Worster |
I was glad to find this resource on the Internet. I would be interested in finding more information or photos about Maj. Charles House. He was my great-grandfather.
Tuesday June 29 2010 - Lee, ME

Rachel Rodgers
This is a wonderful site. One of my past relatives, Marcellus E. Hart was in the 1st MHA, it was intresting to learn about what he took part in.
Monday June 21 2010 - Phillipsburg NJ

Greg Lavallee |
I took recent pics of the front and back of the memorial at the Petersburg Battlefield if any one wants it.
Saturday June 19 2010 - Hopewell, VA

Terri McCurdy Hildreth |
Great site! I've learned a lot about the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery since I found it a couple of weeks agao.

My g-g-grandfather, Daniel McCurdy, is among the soldiers of the 1st MHA. According to Historical Data Systems, he enlisted on 21 Aug 1862. The data base also lists him as "mustering out 18 June 1864 at Petersburg." He is among the casualties in Co. A noted on pg 13 of a compilation of THE MAINE BUGLE published in 1894 (GoogleBooks.com).

Daniel's wife Hannah applied for a widow's pension 7 Aug 1865 (app # 104681, cert # 69192). She later is listed as receiving a widow's pension of $8.00 a month in Douglas County, Kansas.

Daniel's son, Andrew Carleton [Carlton] McCurdy also served in the 1st MHA, Co. M 1863-1866.

Before I order military and/or pension files, and the book by Shaw, can any one direct me to any other sources I might check for additional military information regarding this family?

Thanks in advance.
Thursday June 10 2010 - Madison, AL

Randall Smith |
Looking for family of Pvt. William Horton, First Regiment Heavy Artillery.
Sunday April 18 2010 - Arvada, CO

Mark Lyman |
Just started to research my GG Grandfather, Joseph M. Lyman who served in this great regiment, Company C.

This a great site, thank you.
Saturday February 27 2010 - Eliot, Maine

Phil Holboy |
Thank you for your great work. I live with my wife and daughter in the Bay View, WA home of Edward C. Osborn, Pvt., Co. A, 1st Maine Heavy Artillery. Edward enlisted on July 10, 1862 and was discharged on June 6, 1865. He eventually came out west to farm a few acres in the Skagit Valley. He spent the last 10 years of his life in the Washington Veterans' Home in Kitsap County. Edward died January 27, 1928. He was buried in the Bay View Cemetery, just 3 miles from his home.
Wednesday December 9 2009 - Bay View (Mount Vernon), WA

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