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John Lowe |
I am the great great grandson of Major Fred C. Low of Bangor, Maine. What a thrill it is to find your fine website documenting the First Maine. This has been valuable to my entire family, helping establish the family in the history of this country. Fred Low is decended from Capt. John Low, Captain of the Ship Ambrose, landing in Plymouth, MA with Gov. Winthrop as one of his passengers. A proud history indeed.
Thursday March 20 2008 - Laurel Maryland


frederick small |
Where can I find a CD of the first maine heavy artiller/?
Thursday February 7 2008 - Reston, Virginia

John G. Lowe |
Great, Great Grandson of Maj Fred C. Low, Maine Heavy. I am searching for any information on Fred Low. I believe he was a photographer. Does anyone have any information about Maj Low? Where he was wounded, where he fought, is there an archive of his images?
Thursday February 7 2008 - Laurel, Maryland

Ann Blumenschine |
Re: Michael Lee, killed June 18, 1864

There is a "Michael Lee" listed buried at City Point Nat'l Cemetery but the cemetery information shows him dying on June 1 and lists his unit as the 1st Maine Inf., Co. C. However, there is only one Civil War soldier named Michael Lee listed for the State of Maine and he was actually with the 1st Maine HA, Co. C and died on June 18. A man called here at Petersburg National Battlefield and said that he has information that his ancestor, Michael Lee, who fought with the 1st Maine HA and died on June 18 is buried at City Point. If you think this is enough evidence would you add Pvt. Lee to your list of 1st Maine HA soldiers buried at CIty Point?

I would like to echo what Mr. Wilson said - thank you for putting this wonderful site together.
Friday January 11 2008 - Petersburg, VA

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John Richard Wilson
Thank you for putting this site together! I am tracking my family geneology and was looking for military records of Charles E. Wilson, my Great, Great, Great Grandfather. I am confident that he is the PVT Charles E. Wilson listed in the rolls who served in Btry H, 1st ME Heavy Artillery.

Thanks again!
Tuesday September 11 2007

woody |
The other day while conducting research for my Civil War database, I found a young man buried in Amity that was in the Co. F of the 31st Maine Vol. that " Fell at Petersburg " at the young age of 16. His name was Arthur B. Lycette.

Also, in the same graveyard, Liberty B. Tracy, Co. A, 1st M.E. Heavy Artillery. 1842-1918.
Friday June 15 2007 - USA

K. Kidder |
My 3G-grandfather was Francis Dana Morey (listed in records as Francis D. Morey). He resided in Oxford and Auburn, Maine and served in the 17th Maine Infantry - later transferred to the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery. I am assuming that he must've died in the war, as his wife remarried before 1870. Does anyone have any info? Last name might also be spelled Moory/Moorey/Mowry/Money , etc.
Thank you!
Awesome site, by the way.
Monday February 26 2007 - US

John Heath |
On the list of soldiers buried at City Point, Aaron Saunders was a Private in company G.
Not Company E or C. Could someone please make this correction? Thanks.

[The correction has been made here, but the primary source material will still reflect the original error cw]
Monday February 19 2007

Anthony Adams |
My ggggrand uncle was John S. Libby of the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery, Company D and apparently died in the charge of the 900 on 18 Jun. 1864 at Petersburg. Trying to find rank and any other details, photos- I would be very thankful for any info.

Tony Adams, 05 Feb. 2007
Monday February 5 2007 - Evansville, IN

Bob Brown |
My gggrandfather was Jotham L. Buzzell. He was an officer in the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery. Anyone with information on him would be greatfully appreciated.
Bob Brown
Thursday October 19 2006 - Las Vegas, NV

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