Wow, Jeremiah, what a find! A wealth of information, with links to more. As
usual, thank you so much for sharing. And, how exciting for you to find your
"relative" in that group of photos.
----- Original Message -----
From: "jeremiah palmer" <jpalmer13(a)nc.rr.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 11, 2004 10:34 PM
Subject: [NYDELAWA-L] A Story about a Huguevin in the Civil War
Almost totally positive there was a story on the Delaware County
about a Huguevin who was a soldier in the Union army and rescued some
records belonging to a part of his family that was Confederate. These
records belonged to a house, that was set on fire during the war. If anyone
knows the link or if this is the family please inform me.
Now part two, found a website by accident that has a picture of four men
in the 144th NY Volunteers, which was made up almost entirely from
The website is:
Also neat to find was a picture of my great grandfather Irving's younger
brother Morell. If you slide your mouse over the picture it identifies
them. Morell was one of the youngest men in the Regiment if not the
youngest at fifteen when enlisted. Morell married after the war, spent some
time in Virginia then to Iowa and finally lived in Wisconsin and is buried
These old soldiers who look so young are like all veterans, to be
their duty, noted on this Veteran's Day.
"Land of the free, because of the Brave"
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