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Samuel Travis War of 1812 Service
Posted by: Steve Pope (ID *****3137) Date: June 19, 2011 at 08:51:16
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I am the U.S. Coast Guard's Plans & Liaison Officer for the forthcoming Bicentennial Commemoration of the War of 1812. Samuel Travis was Captain of the Revenue Cutter SURVEYOR, taken by the British in the York River, June 12, 1813. I m attempting to locate descendents who may have information concerning CAPT Travis, his person, character and I'm also searching for documents and personal affects that were his, related to the War of 1812. Revenue Cutters were predecessors of the Coast Guard and I am endeavoring to gather more information on CAPT Travis. Most Respectfully, CAPT Steve Pope, USCG Atlantic Area Office, Portsmouth, VA ; Work e-mail :Steven.H.Pope@uscg.mil;Phone:757.398.6769


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