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BRITISH NORTH AMERICANS (CANADIANS)
IN MAINE REGIMENTS

Infantry (6th)

6th Infantry

  1. Brown John Coy B Home St. Stephens N.B. Canada AAE 28 Rnk Pvt. DLE 14 Aug 1862 -or- 1 Oct. 1864 DLD Aug. 17 1865 Other Info GAR John Mangen Post #. 150 Bangor (Sleby) Walworth Co. SD Taken prisoner May 5 1863; exchanged

  2. Bryan John Coy K Home Halifax N.S. Canada AAE 29 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861 Other Info In hospital since August 15 1862

  3. Burke John Coy C Home Woodstock N.B. Canada AAE 24 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861

  4. Condon Michael Coy D Home St. Stephens N.B. Canada AAE 24 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861

  5. Connell John Coy K Home Halifax N.S. Canada AAE 19 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861

  6. Dans Frederick Coy K Home Moncton N.B. Canada AAE 27 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861 Other Info Wounded at Rappahannock Station Nov. 7 1863

  7. Glass John A. Coy D Home St. Stephens N.B. Canada AAE 23 Rnk Pvt. DLE 8 Nov. 1862 Other Info Joined Coy Nov. 1 1862 Wounded at Fredericksburg TLDD died 19 June 1863

  8. Green Allen V. Coy B Home Blissville N.B. Canada AAE 25 Rnk Pvt. DLE 27 Aug 1862

  9. Hanson Aaron Coy D Home St. Stephens N.B. Canada AAE 20 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861 Other Info Missing in action since May 4 1863

  10. Kitching Robinson Coy B Home Fredericton N.B. Canada AAE 18 Rnk Pvt. DLE 27 Aug 1862 Other Info Mentioned under "Heroic Acts" as part of a party of six men who captured three Officers and one hundered and seventy-five men at Rappahannock Station. - B.P.T.

  11. MacDonald Peter Coy K Home Pictou N.S. Canada AAE 23 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861

  12. Mackey Thomas Coy D Home Halifax N.S. Canada AAE 23 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861 Transfers: On detached service in the 3RD New York Battery

  13. McLally John Coy D Home St. John N.B. Canada AAE 27 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861 Other Info Wounded May 4 1863; now in hospital

  14. Myer Henri Coy K Home Moncton N.B. Canada AAE 35 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861 Other Info [sic]

  15. Smith Elias Coy D Home St. Stephens N.B. Canada AAE 35 Rnk Pvt. DLE 15 July 1861 Transfers: On detached service in the Ambulance Corps

  16. Tower William H. Coy C Home Sackville N.B. Canada AAE 20 Rnk Pvt. DLE 2 Aug. 1862

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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