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Steve Murray |

As I indicated previously, my G-grandfather, Benjamin S. Campbell was wounded during the May 19, 1864 action. His cousin, William B. Campbell was wounded same day, lost his right leg. I believe William was Clerk of Courts in Ellsworth sometime later. Did he have a family? I have a little Campbell information to share.
Tuesday, August 31, 1999 - Orono, ME USA

Alex Rankin |

My great, great, great grandfather Andrew Knight was part of
Co.F from Carmel, ME. He was a volunteer as part of the
18th Maine infantry which became the 1st Maine in
Washington to defend the forts.He was wounded at Spottslavania
but I don't know how he was wounded? Can you help?
Thursday, September 02, 1999 - Bosotn, MA USA

Kenneth Wood |

Ancestor Rufus Blunt, Trenton ME d Wausau, WI was in this unit. Any other info on him?
Friday, September 03, 1999 - Marshfield, WI USA

Leonard Dannemann |

Looking for info on Newell W Davis died 1865
Co.H 1 st Maine Artilley-
Friday, September 03, 1999 - Titusville, FL USA

Clarence Woodcock |

A member of The First Maine Heavy Artillery for ONE DAY.

John F. Crabtree enlisted as a Corporal in Co. C, 3rd Maine Infantry, for 3 years on Sept. 10,
1863. At enlistment, he was 28, married, with fair complexion, blue eyes,
brown hair, a farmer, and stood 5 ft. 8 in. tall. He was born in New
Brunswick and resided in Topsfield. He is listed as being tranferred to
the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery on June 3, 1864, and then transferred to
the 17th Maine Infantry on June 4, 1864. He was mustered out and
honorably discharged on Sept. 11, 1865. [Courtesy Jeffery Brown - Maine State Archives, & Wayne Bean (]

Wednesday, September 15, 1999 - TX USA

Sven Neidiger |

all the best from germany and the 7th Battery 1st Maine Light Artillery to the friends in usa
Monday, September 27, 1999 - Minden, Germany

Andy MacIsaac |

I am in the process of researching and writing an updated history on the First Maine Heavy Artillery. I have collected a number sources of information and I am always looking for more. I am very interested in information that decendants may have on members of this regiment. I am always willing to share whatever info I have.
Friday, October 01, 1999 - Brookline, MA USA

Mike Bartlett |

Hello - I am trying to find out any info on my gggrandfather. His name was Cornelius Partridge. He was born in 1843? in Maine. I found his name in a reference book of Maine Volunteers of the Civil War, and that he was with the 1st Reg. Heavey Artilery. I am trying to find out his fathers name. I am trying to find his death location. Can anyone help? Thanks for reading.

Mike Bartlett
Tuesday, October 12, 1999 - Stoneham, MA USA

Wes Langley |

My gGrandfather was James Langley of 1st Regiment Hvy Artly Company B Maine Volunteers. He had two older brothers Charles and Thomas Langley in the same unit. He enlisted in Bangor, Maine on November 16,1863 and was discharged on September 11, 1865 at Fort Baker, D.C.
One of his brothers was killed by a mini-ball and the other was wounded and received disability. James was 14 or barely 15 when he enlisted. James later moved to Sumpter, Minnesota, where he homesteaded and died at age 26 from after effects of illnesses received while in the civil war.
Sumpter is very close to Glencoe, Minn. I possess his original discharge papers.
Tuesday, October 19, 1999 - Missoula, Mt. USA

Wes Langley |

An addition to my first message. James Langley is buried in the cemetery, at Glencoe, Minnesota and his white civil war headstone carries the civil war head stone shield with all the identification of the 1st Regiment Company B of Maine Volunteers Hvy Artly.
Tuesday, October 19, 1999 - Missoula, Mt USA

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