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BRITISH NORTH AMERICANS (CANADIANS)
IN MAINE REGIMENTS

Infantry (7th to 10th)

7th Infantry

  1. Bailey John E. Coy I Home Fredericton N.B. Canada AAE 35 Rnk Sgt. DLE 21 Aug. 1861

  2. Clark Robert Coy I Home St. John N.B. Canada AAE 35 Rnk Pvt. DLE 7 Feb. 1862

  3. Duprach W. H. Coy D Home Halifax N.S. Canada AAE 22 Rnk Corp. DLE 22 Aug. 1861 Other Info On Color Guard (Appointment to the Regimental Color Guard was in recognition of a soldier's bravery)

  4. Haines Roger B. Coy A Home Fredericton N.B. Canada AAE 21 Rnk Musician DLE 21 Aug. 1861 Transfers: to Company "K"

  5. Hanselpaker James H. Coy F Home St. John N.B. Canada AAE 25 Rnk Pvt. DLE 16 May 1863 Transfers: to Company "G"

  6. Pembroke Charles P. Coy D Home Gageboro N.S. Canada AAE 20 Rnk Pvt. DLE 20 Dec. 1861 Other Info Wounded at the battles of Antietam and Fredericksburg; on duty

  7. Scully Richard Coy K Home Castleton N.B. Canada AAE 37 Rnk Corp. DLE 21 Aug. 1861 Other Info WIA July 2 1863 TLDD DOW 4 July 1863

  8. Sullivan James Coy F Home St. John N.B. Canada AAE 21 Rnk Pvt. DLE 6 Apr. 1863

  9. Sutherland George Coy K Home Pictou N.S. Canada AAE 22 Rnk Pvt. DLE 21 Aug. 1861 Transfers: Enlisted in the Regular U.S. Army January 27 1863

8th Infantry

  1. Campbell William Coy B Home St. John N.B. Canada AAE 23 Rnk Corp. to Sgt. DLE 7 Sept 1861 Promoted to Sergeant

  2. Marston Samuel W. Coy A Home Andover N.S. Canada AAE 18 Rnk Pvt. DLE 4 Sept 1863 Other Info Joined Company since Nov. 1 1862

9th Infantry

  1. Bonnell, Thomas Unit 9 Maine Infantry Coy A US Home Fredericton N.B. Canada AAE 23 Rnk Pvt. DLE 22 Sept. 1861

  2. Daggett, Leonard H., Unit 9 Maine Infantry Coy H, Rnk Pvt., Home N.B.Bio

  3. Geddis William Coy G Home Truro N.S. Canada AAE 18 Rnk Pvt. DLE 22 Sept. 1861 Other Info Slightly wounded July 11 1863

  4. Hugh Monroe Coy G Home Nova Scotia Canada AAE 22 Rnk Pvt. to Corp. DLE 22 Sept. 1861 Promoted to Corporal Other Info wounded July 18 1863 (in hospital) Residence also listed as Houlton Maine - B.P.T

10th Infantry

  1. Beardsley John D. Coy D Home Grand Falls N.B. Canada AAE 25 Rnk Capt. DLE Oct. 4 1861 Other Info 1ST Batt. Comm.Batt

  2. Lee Edward Coy A Home Machadav N.B. Canada AAE 23 Rnk Pvt. DLE Oct. 16 1861 Other Info 1ST Battalion

  3. McDougal Archibald Coy A Home P.E.I. Canada AAE 30 Rnk Pvt. DLE Oct. 16 1861 Other Info 1ST Battalion

  4. McManus Hugh F. Coy D Home Grand Falls N.B. Canada AAE 21 Rnk Corp. DLE Oct. 4 1861 Discharged for wounds DLD 25 Feb. 1863 Other Info 1ST Battalion

  5. Robinson James D. Coy K Home St. John N.B. Canada AAE 23 Rnk Pvt. DLE Oct. 4 1861 Other Info Deserted Oct. 4 1861

  6. Trudeau Napoleon HQ Home Montreal Canada East AAE N/A Rnk RSM

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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