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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 http://www.vermontcivilwar.org

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.

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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,
Jan


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