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Thomas Bentum |
I am a descendant of Joshua T. Jellison b. 13 May 1830 Ellsworth, Maine and d. 26 Sept. 1908 Togus, Maine. I am always interested in connecting with anyone in this family.
Sunday January 29 2006 - Lancaster, New Hampshire

Mark E. Dennis |
I have been a member of the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery with the North South Skirmish Association for the past 13 years. Our competition shooting unit was co-founded 35 years by Earl "Jerry" Coates in honor of his ancester who was killed in the charge. Jerry is a retired historian and provided uniform and small arm technical information to his friend, Don Trioni for the painting of "Forelorn Hope". We shoot 58 Cal. musket, carbine, revolver, motar and cannon in team and individual competion at Ft. Shenandoah, Winchester, VA. If you are interested in visiting us, please email me.
Saturday January 7 2006 - Baltimore, Maryland

R Messina |
Looking for military service information on my ancester Joshua Grinnell. Can anyone help?
Saturday November 12 2005 - Hamilton MA

Ronald E. Fitch |
My Great Grandfather Sherman L. Tucker was in the !st Maine Heavy Artillery Co. H. He was wounded at Harris Farm.
If anyone has any more info. I would appreciate it
Sunday November 6 2005 - Wallingford, Ct.

Sarah |
My Great-great-great-great Grand Father was Nathum Forrest McKusick who was not listed in any companies in the First Maine. If you have any information on him, i'd appreciate it.
Monday October 24 2005 - Atlanta, Georgia

John A. Heath |
GG Grandson of Aaron Saunders, Orland,
ME. Pvt., CO. G 1st Me H. A. Mortally wounded June 18th 1864, died June 26, 1864

GG GrandNephew of George H. Hayward, Dennysville, ME. Pvt. CO. K wounded May 19, 1864
Tuesday August 23 2005 - I live in Acton, MA.

carl hannon |
this is a great site.
as you have some names missing.
as a horace hannan/hannon along with his brother wm was transfered into this art when the enlistment was up for the COB.19th maine infantry.
so they transfered those who still had time left on enlistment into this outfit
Monday August 22 2005 - maine

Clarence Woodcock |

Great Grandson of Stillman Smith Woodcock, Company D.
Sunday, August 15, 1999 - Azle, Tx USA

Wayne R. Bean |

Hi Cuz,
Glad to be here. Been looking forward to it. Time for
the Calais Advertiser Article! Will contact them tomorrow
if "sender" is working.
Ordered your forage cap this morning. Found an outfit in
" Ole Miss " that made the closest match. I ordered the
brass through a friend of mine. I'm excited about this.
This is my first official " authentic uniform research "
Now this is a forage cap - the " high crown " service
cap. I think that it is a great fishing accessory - it
will hold hundreds of flies to begin with. It is also
very deep the round crown was designed to fall forward
so that the brass Unit I.D. could be seen from the
front. If you get hungry on a fishing trip and have
to " forage " at a nearby farm, it will hold a LOT
of stolen eggs or potatoes.
It will have one U.A. device attached - a red and
white streamer tied by Ray Gendreau who lived across
from the mouth of the Snigdom Road, c. 1960. Try it
in Musquash Stream sometime!


Monday, August 16, 1999 - Greeneville, TN USA

Paul Grisham |

I'm a 2nd great grandson of John A. Trickey who served in Co. I 1st Me Hvy Art. My 2nd great grandfather, John Trickey, was wounded 4 times on 19 May 1864 at Spottsylvania and died 8 June 1864 at the Armory Square Hospital Wash. DC.
Tuesday, August 17, 1999 - San Antonio, Tx USA

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