The First Maine Heavy Artillery, 1861-1865; A History of Its Part and Place in the War for the Union, with an Outline of Causes of War and Its Results to Our Country

The First Maine Heavy Artillery, 1861-1865; A History of Its Part and Place in the War for the Union, with an Outline of Causes of War and Its Results to Our Country

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...s., mustered May 27, 1863; deserted March 28, 1864. George Tourtillott, 23, Lincoln, s., mustered February 10, 1863; deserted February 22, 1864. James Turner, 27, Calais, s., mustered May 1, 1863; transferred to the navy May 5, 1864. Joined After November 1, 1863. James P. Annis, 33, Hermon, m., mustered December 15, 1863; died of disease December 12, 1864. Isaac P. Avery, 32, Unity, m., mustered January 4, 1864; discharged March 4, 1864. Resides at Brewer, Me. Jeremiah S. Bartlett, 25, Newburg, m., mustered December 16, 1863; wounded June 18, 1864; discharged March 23, 1865. Resides at Bangor, Me. Albert B. Berry, 21, Brownville, m., mustered December 24, 1863; discharged June 6, 1865. Resides at Brownville, Me. Manly S. Brown, 18, Levant, s., mustered December 19, 1863; wounded June 18, 1864; discharged June 13, 1865. Resides at Shell Lake, Wis. Robert W. Bruce, 18, Lincoln, s., mustered November 30, 1863; discharged January 14, 1865. Died at Lincoln, Me., May 31, 1865. Charles W. Carson, 18, Etna, s., mustered December 15, 1863; wounded June 18, 1864; discharged June 1, 1865. Resides at North Derby, Vt. Elijah H. Clements, 31, Newburg, m., mustered January 4, 1864; promoted Corporal March 24, 1865, and Sergeant July 1, 1865; mustered out September 11, 1865. Resides at Newburg, Me. Nathan C. Cole, 42, Newburg, m., mustered January 1, 1864; wounded June 3, 1864; discharged February 14, 1865. Roger Connoley, 29, Augusta, mustered August 13, 1864; died in prison of wounds received October 27, 1864, date unknown. Noah Cross, 22, Barnard, m., mustered December 22, 1863; prisoner June 22, 1864; died in prison August 9, 1864. John P. Crowley, 19, Ellsworth, s., mustered December 21, 1863; wounded June 18, 1864; mustered out September 11, 1865....show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236778995
  • 9781236778994