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Re: LA Albee of Machias/Roque Bluffs
Posted by: John Preston (ID *****5193) Date: November 12, 2007 at 07:18:18
In Reply to: Re: LA Albee of Machias/Roque Bluffs by Howard Boswell of 997

Hello Howard

My interest in LA Albee is strictly historical.
The change in spelling made him easy to find but added nothing to what you gave. I would not be interested in his retirement file but I may consider getting his service record.

Ancestry.Com (which I do not have) may have a condensed
service record and I will check what's in his obituary. According to information in the local newspaper he had a remarkable career well worth posting for the benefit of the Albee family.

For a researcher I would caution use of the word "regiment" and look for 17th. U.S. Infantry.
Maine furnished over 70,000 men in the Civil War but only a few (I think I have the number) served in the regular army. The 17th. was part of an expansion ordered by Lincoln immediately after Fort Sumter.


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