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Updated June 9th 2000

BRITISH NORTH AMERICANS (CANADIANS)
IN MAINE REGIMENTS

Infantry (16th to 19th)

16th Infantry

  1. Downey John Coy D Home Windsor N.S Canada AAE 19 Rnk Pvt. DLE 14 Aug. 1862 TLDD KIA 1 July 1863 Gettysburg

  2. Olscamp Joseph Coy K Home Cross Point Quebec Canada AAE N/A Rnk Pvt. DLE 29 July 1863 Portland Other Info It is believe that he was logging around Portland at the time that the Civil War broke out. He was taken prisoner and sent to Andersonville prison in Georgia. He was exchanged April 1 1865 Contact

17th Infantry

  1. McDonald Charles R. Coy A Home Comstock Canada East AAE 18 Rnk Pvt. DLE 18 Aug. 1862

19th Infantry

  1. Henderson Irad M. Coy B Home Nova Scotia Canada AAE 21 Rnk Pvt. DLE 25 Aug. 1862 Discharged for disability DLD 12 Mar. 1863

Table of Abbreviations
Coy = Company AAE = Age at Enlistment
Rnk = Rank DLB = Date and Location of Birth
DLE = Date and Location of Enlistment DLD = Date and Location of Discharge
KIA = Killed in Action MIA = Missing in Action
POW = Prisoner of War DIP = Died in Prison
DOW = Died of Wounds DofD = Died of Disease
TLDD = Type, Location & Date of Death DOAI = Died of Accidental Injury
NOR = Not On Rosters I found GAR = Grand Army of the Republic
Bty = Artillery Battery

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