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Re: Which of Westley Dye's sons was killed in the Civil War?
Posted by: Phillip Maine (ID *****8930) Date: October 29, 2010 at 19:15:35
In Reply to: Re: Which of Westley Dye's sons was killed in the Civil War? by Dianne Armstrong of 3614

Do they have any info on where Martin served last?

The government lost the files on my Ancestor Nathan who fought in the Revolution, My wife's father Goldie Earnest Baliey and my father Harold L Maine, both whom served in WWII to fires. My father received comp for a leg injury so there is some info but his war record is gone. I would say your Martin's records were lost in the 1976 St Louis, MO fire which was set by people trying to keep General Robert E Lee from regaining american citizenship. It did not work, but they tried!

It is probable that he may have died between battles of sickness which caused most of the deaths.


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