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George Christopher Lincoln III |
I was able to place in my family geneology records a Civil War veteran. Eratus Adams is my great - great grandfather. He was wounded on June 18, 1864 and discharged the following year. I would love to know his rank.
Saturday June 13 2009 - Fresno Ca

David Frolio |
Thank you for this great site. I was able to see that my great great grandfather, Uriah Barlett Leach, fought at Petersburg and survived, and then was captured two weeks later and sent to Andersonville prison. Thank you again.
Wednesday April 22 2009 - Marietta, GA

Chuck K. |
I own the presentation sword given to Charles Lenfest by his men following the war. Charles Lenfest was my great grandfather. I just stumbled upon this website. Interesting reading.
Monday February 9 2009 - Madison WI

John A. Heath |
A very Merry Christmas to all descendants of
the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery.
Wednesday December 24 2008 - Anywhere

Joyce Kozo |
I am looking for information RE:Washington Martin from Poland ,Me.
I am doing my geneaology on the Martin family from Poland ME
I have very little information and just starting this journey.
Washington was my GGF born in 1844, was in the 29th Infantry. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Wednesday October 29 2008 - Milford, NH

Harry M. Murphy |
My wife's grandfather, Manley S. Tyler, was at Petersburg. In a Post Historian's Record Book, Manley claimed that he fought at Hatcher's Run and at "Farnoul Bridge". Does anyone know what "Farnoul Bridge" might refer to? Manley's spelling was not very good and he was apparently old when he provided this information.
Sunday September 28 2008 - Albuquerque, New Mexico

Andrea Parkinson |
Amazing site! But one very small correction regarding my great-great-great-grandfather, John Melvin Houston (1844-1917).

Supposedly after the war, he resided in "Dedhaus" Maine. While the nearest post office at the time would have been DedHAM, 2 miles from his home, he was always a resident of East Bucksport and is buried with his wife Lenora Rebecca (Kinney) Houston there.
Friday September 19 2008 - Monmouth, Maine

Jim Morse |
My GGG Grandfather was .Horace Morse.
Company A.
Out of Sherman, Maine.
Died in Ada Minn.

I'am looking for any info.
Thursday September 11 2008 - Queensbury NY

James Bowen |
My gg-grandfather was John Bowen, Company D. I am trying to find any information on him at all. I have his enlistment document but I was hoping there were other mentions of him in the records.
Thanks for this great site.
James Bowen
Friday August 29 2008 - Palmyra NY

Malcolm Hayes |
Thank you for this site. My great great grandfather, Daniel Webster Hayes, was a private in comany H. He died of typhoid in Baltimore in 1864. He was considered an old man as he was mustered in at age 42 and died at age 43. He left a wife and 2 sons to serve his country. I have 3 letters that he wrote home describing some of the life in camp and his personal feelings about the war and the rebs. He did not write about the battles as he did not want to worry my great great grandmother. He is buried in Lee Cemetary in Dover-Foxcroft.
I am very proud to be a member of his family.
Friday July 11 2008 - Topsham, Maine

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