Trading, Smuggling, Privateering & British Assaults in summer 1814
We are collecting information on the War of 1812 Vererans interred in Hillside East Cemetery, Eastport, Maine--then Massachusetts. Could use some help in researching each man, gathering data and them and photographing the graves, to share.
Latest Activity: Jan 6
The only thing I have on Pvt John Buck. I am almost postivethat he was John Buck, born 27 Sep 1789, Son of EliphaletBuck & Sarah Cole. Submitted by email from Jim Russell, Casper WYContinue
Helen Archer wrote:John Swett, as I have Swetts in my family tree. Daniel Swett married,Jane McNeil (John McNeil's daughter) my connection to the Battle of theMargaretta. Also their son married a…Continue
Quoted from page 338 of Folsom Genealogy:"In the War of 1812 he was a private in the volunteer militia in Capt. J. N. Perry's Co. from July 21 to Sept.1, 1812, service at Eastport. A marker for this…Continue