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The Aroostook War - unique in history

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Re: The Aroostook War - unique in history

Posted: 15 Jan 2010 12:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Clark, Goss, Mayhew, Cowperthwaite, Rowe
Hi Bertie, It's great to hear you are compiling what seems to be a great untaking, but rewarding adventure. the dates from Col Thomas Goss B: Gloucester, MA 29 May 1780
Married Elizabeth Hool Whitham 26 May 1998, Durham, ME D: 1872 in Levant while living with his Daughter Tammy Clark and her Family.(My line) When his consort Betsy Nelson died in 1839 in Masardis, he was upset and moved to the Machias River. Then moved again into the wilderness on the road to Fish River. ne died at 92. Buried in West Branch Cem, Levant.
As side note story about the Goss's and the War, Watson Rand Goss was part of the troop from Danville, He came into camp and seeing his new commanding officer blurted out "Hey, there's Pa!".

Asked about Nathan's years of service, Yes Civil War 28 July 1862 to 15 June 1865. He started recruiting in Masardas. His Diary is in the Maine state Achives.
Which Clark in mentioned in the jounal?

If you have other questions or and answers, let me know.

Thanks, Don
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