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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

Richard Frost |
I am the GGrandson of Elbridge Gerry Frost Co. E 1st. ME Artillery. He fought at Bull Run and was in the 2nd ME Co.D at the time and wounded in the leg. After recovering he re-enlisted and was put into the 1st. ME and continued in sevice for the duration of the war.
Tuesday October 3 2006 - West Bridgewater, MA

Janice Cassani |
My 2nd great grandfather, Charles A. Burgess served with the First Maine Heavy Artillery. He was in Company I. Charles was shot in the leg at Spotylvania Courthouse, VA, 1864. At the start of the Civil War he was living in Oldtown, Maine. After the war he settled in Milbridge. I would love to have a photo of him, but I doubt that one exists. Do you recommend any reading material to help me to understand what he experienced during the war?
Saturday September 16 2006 - East Bridgewater, MA

John L. Raye
Info on Major George Washington Sabine.
Friday July 14 2006 - Canton, Ct.

Darlene M. Landberg |
Did the 1st Maine have a drum and bugle corp?
Sunday July 9 2006 - Denver, Co

RICHARD CLEM |
WOULD APPRECIATE ANY MATERIAL ON HUGH A. MORRISON 1ST MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY CO A
Tuesday May 30 2006 - HAGERSTOWN MD

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