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John Marler |
3 cheers for the boys from Maine. God Bless Them All!
Saturday June 14 2008 - Old Town Petersburg, in the Commonwealth of Virginia


judy chisholm |
This is a wonderful site!
I'm looking for any information about benjamin s. brooks(ellswoth) company c.
He was my gr gr grandfather.
Thank you
Saturday May 31 2008 - winchester,ma.

1LT Steven Ragan |
I live just 150 feet away from the monument dedicated to the Maine Soldiers here on the Petersburg battlefield. I am in the Army and was curious about the history that I live so close too. I searched the internet for some info about the monument and came across this site. I know know a lot more about the men who died fighting here on the very place where this house stands. Thanks to all of you who built this web site and if anyone would like a recent photo of the monument or the surrounding area around it just ask.

1LT Steven Ragan
US Army
Ordnance Corps
Ft Lee, VA
Tuesday May 27 2008 - Petersburg VA

John Heath |
Any photos of Aaron Saunders in Co. G? Would like to see it if it is there.
Sunday May 18 2008 - Acton MA. 01720

Jiohn Healey |
Have sick book , original War Record document and photos from Cyrus K . Bridges , Company G, Penobscot , Maine. Need advice on what to do with them.
Friday May 16 2008 - Litchfield, Maine

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

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