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Re: Trask in NH and Maine
Posted by: Bonnie Delcourt (ID *****2953) Date: September 28, 2006 at 09:47:34
In Reply to: Trask in NH and Maine by Peter Hutchinson of [an error occurred while processing this directive]

From the "History of Wayne, Maine"

Trask, James O - enlisted September 10, 1862, age 24, in Company G of the 24th Maine Regiment and was discharged August 25, 1863. His index cards states he was born in readfield (Maine) and enlisted from Wayne. His name appears in both Wayne Histories and in the Quotas and Credit Volume. The 1850 and 1860 census places James in Wayne living with families other than his own. His graves card states that he died July 14, 1865 and is birued in the North Wayne cemetery, Lot #49; his parents cannot be determined. The 1880 Wayne census records that his Widow, Olive W. was working as a servant for the family of George Palmer. Olive is also listed in the 1890 census compilation of Civil War Veterans and widows.

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