History of the Seventh Maine Light Battery: Volunteers in the Great Rebellion ... Also, Personal Sketches of a Large Number of Members, Portraits, Illustrations and Poems
E. B. Stillings & Company, printers and lithographers, 1892 - United States - 240 pages
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A. B. Merrill A. S. Twitchell aged April artillery Augusta Bangor Battery Dec Battery was engaged battle Bean belief a Universalist Bethel Boothbay Boston boys Bristol Bundy camp Charles City Point Cold Harbor Comrade Corps Depot Field Hospital Died of disease duty enemy final engagements firing Fort Sedgwick front George Gorham Grand Army guns Hell HISTORY horses hospital James joined the Battery July June 21 Lapham latter place LeGrow Lewiston Lieut Maine Infantry Maine Regiment March married Miss Mason Mass miles month morning moved night Norridgewock North Anna River orders park Peebles House Petersburgh place he enlisted politics Port Hudson Portland position Post present home Promoted Corporal Railroad rebel receives a pension religious belief Republican returned Rumford Sept Sergeant Sergt served Seventh Maine Battery shell shot Siege of Petersburgh South Side Railroad Spottsylvania Washington Wilderness Woodstock wounded