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7 Comments on “Links”

  1. Thomas Caryofilles
    February 16, 2012 at 6:57 pm #

    Have five letters from confederate soldier Moses Hastin Buchanan 1- to father- John P. Buchanan 3-to brother -Arthur Ried Buchanan 1- to brother- Samuel Wiley Buchanan . talks of the battles of Va. and some Md. Names people wounded and killed, talkes of gen Lee , Jackson, Ewell, ect. hardships of battles.
    Have envelopes, confederate stamps , confederate flag on one with battle hymm. one letter had two 20 dollar confederate bills in it.. I think i also have one from a
    George Graham to John P. Buchanan 1862 talking about the war and his johns sons ? I would like find out more about the value, and who would be served best having these letters. Thank you very much Thomas

    • February 17, 2012 at 7:19 pm #

      Hi Thomas,

      Many thanks for getting in touch, I will send you a direct message regarding this.

      Kind Regards,


      • geordy austin
        June 9, 2013 at 4:25 pm #

        Damian great, great work on the civil war and on the Fenians.I have a question about Thomas McCarthy Fennell the Fenian.He died in Elmira Ny on February 23,1914.Would you happen to know what cemetery hes buried in.Thanks

      • June 10, 2013 at 2:10 pm #

        Hi Geordy,

        Many thanks for the kind words! I have a look there and I can’t see any mention of his grave in the newspapers- it might be that one of the readers has some information on his burial, if so hopefully they can shed some light on it!

        Kind Regards,


  2. Richard Schneider
    March 26, 2012 at 5:30 pm #

    I was unable to find Thomas Liddy name listed. To man web sites etc. He was with the ohio 10th irish volunteers.

    Thank you,
    Richard Schneider

  3. December 12, 2013 at 6:41 pm #

    Wonderful website Damian! I found you doing a search on the 9th Mass. Vols.

    I’m the editor of Corporal Timothy J. Regan’s Civil War diaries. I see you have his biography as a book resource. I would like to share another resource. A new web museum dedicated to Mr. Regan, pictures of his Civil War diaries, history of the 9th, etc.

    I have added you’re outstanding website as a resource link.

    David Newton

    • December 18, 2013 at 1:18 pm #

      Hi David,

      Many thanks for getting in touch and four your kind words- I have read your book it is a remarkable survival- thanks for sharing the website I am looking forward to exploring it!

      Kind Regards,


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