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Re: PATTEE/PATEE's in the Civil War
Posted by: J. transcriber (ID *****1076) Date: September 07, 2004 at 09:09:04
In Reply to: Re: PATTEE/PATEE's in the Civil War by Susan Pattee of 479

Hi Susan,
Link that Stephen posted does not work for me. For military engagements, etc. check out

Listed in "ROSTER OF VERMONTS who served in the the CIVIL WAR" 1861+, Volume 1, 1998:

~Com. Sergeant David J. Pattee of Georgia, VT, non-commissioned staff in 9th Regiment, p. 345 and

~Myron J. Pattee of Milton, Vt., 1st Regiment Cavalry, Company B, p. 229.

Sorry, there are not any PATTEE soldiers listed in the Revolutionary War 1775+ or War of 1812+ from Vermont.

These are not my ancestors; military data is all that I have.
Happy searching,

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