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Re: PATTEE/PATEE's in the Civil War
Posted by: stephen pattee (ID *****8544) Date: June 04, 2004 at 20:06:54
In Reply to: Re: PATTEE/PATEE's in the Civil War by Susan Pattee of 479

David Jackson PATTEE was in the Civil War:
Enlisted in Company S, 9th Infantry Regiment Vermont on 09 June 1862.
Mustered out Company F, 47th Infantry Regiment Iowa on 28 September 1864 in Davenport, IA
Source: Artillery, Cavalry, Infantry Regimental Histories - Vermont Infantry
http://ranger95.crosswinds.net/civil%20war/vermont/index.html

None of the others were in the War. Would you have more info on William Wallace b. 1850? I don't have him in my data. William Henry Harrison & Caroline (FAY) PATTEE had 8 children, of which I have 7 listed. Your William Wallace and descendants would help us quite a bit.

stephen pattee
concord, nc, usa
spattee@carolina.rr.com


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