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Died in Service-Omitted from Rosters pt 1

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Re: Died in Service-Omitted from Rosters pt 4 Capt John Ford/Boulton

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ford, Bennett, Judkins, Littlefield, Boulton
Capt John Ford and his Kennebec Volunteers, went into service on Feb 15, 1839. Daily report Lincoln-Feb 20th, 1839 says that a John Bolton was present at Roll Feb 19th but was never seen again. Lodging from Milford lists a William R Bolton as well. Claims indicates that of Capt Ford's 57 privates- volunteers-, 45 lived in Augusta, 2 in Readfield, 6 in Hallowell, 1 in Fairfield, 1 in Cumberland, 1 in Gardiner & 1 in Pittsfield. Company officers: LT Abner True, Ensign Wallace McKenny, Sgt William Garrison, SGT George Bennett, SGT Franklin Foster, Sgt Nathun Moore, Cpl Daniel Bennett, Cpl Daniel Littlefield. Any information is appreciated-never credited with service.
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