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30th Maine Infantry      
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James Herman Griffin - Private   
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Contact Name:  Lance Robertson
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Date Added:  5/14/2014
Company A
Philemon A Bradford - Private   
Looking for a picture of Philemon A. Bradford. Born in Turner, Maine and died at Brattleboro VT of disease 1864
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Date Added:  2/24/2005
Company A
Seth D. Bradford - Private   
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Contact Name:  Laurel Van Deusen
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Date Added:  11/14/2005
Company A
Albert A Griffin - Private   
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Date Added:  5/14/2014
Company A
George Emmons Morgan - Private   
George Emmons Morgan was the son of Theophilus Barberick Morgan (who also served in the Civil War - 5th Regiment -Company F.) Family records indicate that Theophilus said he was approximately 10 years younger than he really was and son George indicated that he was older than he was. George was born January 2, 1847 and would have been 16 when he enlisted. Theophilus was born August 22, 1810 and would have been 52 when he enlisted.

George Emmons enlisted on September 6, 1863 in Danville, Maine. He was 'joined for duty' and enrolled on September 16, 1863 at Waterboro as a Private in Company G. The Company G muster-in-roll shows he was mustered in on December 28, 1863 in Augusta, Maine. On February 24, 1864 he was transferred from Company G to Company A. He served with the regiment until August 1865.

The 30th Regiment was organized at Augusta, Maine from December 12, 1863 to January 8, 1864 to serve for three years. On the 7th of February, 1864 they left for Portland, where they embarked on the steamer 'Merrimac' for New Orleans, arriving at that city on the 16th. On February 28, 1864, they moved by railroad from Algiers to Brashear City and thence by steamer up Bayou Teche to Franklin, where they were assigned to the 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 198th Army Corps. From February 19 to March 14, they remained encamped at Franklin and on the 15th, entered upon the Red River Campaign:
On the 8th of April, 1865, they took an honerable part in the battle of Sabine Crossroads and on the 9th in that of Pleasant Hill. Their loss in both engagements was 11 killed, 66 wounded, and 7 missing. They afterwards retreated towards Grande Ecore, which place they reached on the 11th. On the 21st of April, they resumed the retreat, and on the 23rd, they took a most prominent part in the engagement at Cane River Crossing, from which position -- considered almost impregnable-- they drove the enemy. Their casualties in this engagement were 2 officers and 10 enlisted men killed, 2 officers and 67 enlisted men wounded and 76 enlisted men missing. On the 25th of April, they reached Alexandria, Louisiana, and on the 13th of May continued the retreat towards the Mississippi River, which they reached on May 22, 1864. They remained encamped at Morganzia Bend until July 2, when the embarked for New Orleans.

On July 11, 1864, they left New Orleans for Virginia. On the 18th they reached Fort Monroe (the 'Gibraltor of the Chesapeake') at the mouth of the James River in Virginia. From there they were immediately sent up the James to Deep Bottom, where they were employed in picket duty and in raising temproary earthworks. From Deep Bottom, they were transported to Washington, from whence they marched to Harper's Ferry. During the latter part of August and early in September 1864, they participated in the numerous movements of the Army of the Shenandoah. In September their brigade was detached from its division and so continued until October 26, 1864. Although in this interval the regiment was engaged in arduous and responsible duties, it failed to share the glory of General Sheridan's battles and victories in September and October of that year. On the 26th of October, they rejoined their division at Cedar Creek and from there, on the 9th of November, they moved to a position between Kearnstown and Newton and on the 30th of December 1864 went into camp at Stevenson's Depot, four miles north of WInchester.

Soon after the first of January 1865, they moved and occupied Winchester, Virginia. Thye remained at Winchester until the 10th of April, when they proceeded towards Washington, which they reached on the 21st and on the 26th the encamped in the vicinity of Fort Meigs, where they remained until the 2nd of June 1865. During that time, they formed a part of the line of sentinels stationed around Washington until after the capture of the assassins of President Lincoln, and they subsequently did guard duty at the Washington Arsenal, where the trial of the conspirators was being held. On May 22, 1865, they took part in the grand review of the Army of the Potomac.

On June 30, 1865, the regiment left for Savannah, Georgia, arriving in that city on the 7th of July. They remained on duty at Savannah until the 20th of August, when the regiment was mustered out of the service of the United States. On that day they left for Maine, Arriving on the 24th at Portland, Maine where the men were paid and finally discharded on the 29th of August, 1865.

From his pension records:
George Emmons Morgan, born January 2, 1847, died April 16, 1913 - age 66 years. Pensioned at $8 per month, incr to $16.50 on January 2, 1913. (Acts of Congress kept increasing pensions.)

Records show he filed an Invalid Application on January, 12, 1891 for permanent disability from:chronic diarrhoea, piles, stomach and dyspeptic trouble, diseases of heart, kidneys and lungs, vertigo, fracture of right knee, loss of first joint of second finger of right hand and rheumatism. The application states that in February 1885 he was working as a stevedore at Portland, Maine and a rail broke and he fell 25 feet to the doc, hit his knee and broke his leg. When he was 8 years old he cut off his finger with a hatchet while cutting wood. Occupation: farmer. Theophilus Morgan signed as a witness - he lived at 51 Lafayette Street, Portland. The application was approved for Rheumatism - no other rateable disability shown.

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Date Added:  2/20/2006
Company A
Henry Howard Stubbs - Private   
From Saco, ME. He was in Co. H & A. Disabled from lung disease at Morganza Bend, LA. June 25, 1864 - injury of left elbow at Savannah, GA. July 4th, 1865 treatment at Regimental hospital. Discharged Aug. 20th, 1865, he served from Nov. 21, 1863 to Aug. 20, 1865. Died: 6 Sept 1906 in Caribou, ME.
Contact Name:  Mark W. Vance
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Date Added:  7/7/2008
Company B
Alonzo M. Bartlett - Corporal   
Mustered in 18 December 1863 Mustered out 1865 in Savannah
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Date Added:  12/3/2011
Company C
LEONARD NEWMAN - Unknown   
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Date Added:  1/9/2010
Company D
Ichabod G Jones - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 29 December 1863 at the age of 30.
Enlisted in Company D, 30th Infantry Regiment Maine on 29 Dec 1863.
Discharged from Company D, 30th Infantry Regiment Maine on 14 Jul 1865.
Contact Name:  Gary W Wood
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Date Added:  3/19/2010
Company D
Timothy Sullivan - Private   
Timothy Sullivan, born in Bantry, Cork Ireland. At age 44, Timothy Sullivan enlisted as part of the 30th Maine Infantry Company D. Married and with seven children, he survived the war and returned to their home in Bangor, Maine.

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Contact Name:  Lisa Sullivan Guerrero
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Date Added:  3/5/2016
Company F
Moses Maxwell - Private   
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Contact Name:  Warren Howell
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Date Added:  6/2/2011
Company G
Asa Swett Dodge - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 28 December 1863 at the age of 29.
Mustered out on 20 August 1865 at Savannah, GA.
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Date Added:  6/3/2010
Company G
Moses A Dunton - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 28 December 1863 at the age of 19.
Mustered out on 20 August 1865 at Savannah, GA.
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Date Added:  5/28/2010
Company G
Franklin B. Gowell - Private   
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Contact Name:  Maureen Enstice
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Date Added:  5/8/2004
Company G
William Henry Knowlton - Private   
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Date Added:  2/27/2013
Company H
Patrick Flannery - Private   
Patrick enlist January 6th,1864 in Augusta Maine, wounded at Caines River Crossing, died in New Orleans, June 4th,1864 buried Chalmette National Historical Park Saint Bernard Highway Chalmette LA, stone #4025.
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Date Added:  9/9/2007
Company I
John Casey - Private   
Have letters from Savannah, muster and payroll records
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Date Added:  8/31/2016
Company I
Benjamin Morrill Sanborn - Private   
Looking for any informaiton pertaining to my 4th great grandfather who died while a memeber of the 30th Me, I Co.
Contact Name:  Larry F. Cote
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Date Added:  11/22/2005
Company K
Dennis B Jewett - Sergeant   
Transferred from Company K, 13th Infantry Regiment Maine on 1 January 1865.
Mustered out on 20 August 1865 at Savannah, GA.
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Date Added:  6/9/2010
Company K
Charles Henry McIntire - Private   
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Date Added:  11/12/2012
Company K
Nathan M. York - Private   
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Date Added:  1/23/2007
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