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Officers in Service - Aroostook War - Part I

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Officers in Service - Aroostook War - Part I

Posted: 30 Mar 2005 10:45AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 4 Dec 2006 5:09AM GMT
Surnames: Hodson, Foster, Stevens, Prescott
Major General Isaac HODSON served 17 feb 1839-26 Apr 1839; lived at Bangor; rendezvous place Bangor; place of dischareg Bangor; number of miles between residence and rendezvous (blank); subsistence number of rations 200; forage number of rations (blank); number of servants kept in service 4; number of horses kept in service 7.

Major General Ezekiel FOSTER served 25 feb 1839-5 Apr 1839; lived at Pembroke; rendezvous place Calais; place of discharge Calais; number of miles between residence and rendezvous 80; subsistence number of rations 80; forage number of rations (received forage in kind); number of servants kept in service 2; number of horses kept in service 0.

Division Inspector Joseph C. STEVENS served 13 mar 1839-30 Apr 1839 and 11 May 1839-13 May 1839; lived at Bangor; rendezvous place Bangor; place of discharge Bangor; number of miles between residence and rendezvous (blank); subsistence number of rations (blank); forage number of rations (blank); number of servants kept in service 2; number of horses kept in service 3. (Note: entitled to additional rations for extra service and commanding separate post 9 days.)

Division Inspector Joseph N. PRESCOTT served 24 feb 1839-5 Apr 1839; lived at Calais; rendezvous place Calais; place of discharge Calais; number of miles between residence and rendezvous (blank); subsistence number of rations (blank); forage number of rations (blank); number of servants kept in service 1; number of horses kept in service 0.

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