Civil War Soldiers from St. David Parish
From the Maine Adjutant General's Report, three individuals are named as being from St. David Parish, New Brunswick. Some others with a residence of 'New Brunswick' may also be from this Parish.
|#||First Name||Last Name||Residence||ST||Enlist Rank||State Served||Enlist Age||Enlist Date||Enlist Place||Survived War||Events|
|1||Charles||Chambers||St David, New Brunswick||Priv||ME||44||12/16/63||Y|
|2||James||Cox||St David, New Brunswick||Priv||ME||44||12/16/63||N|
|3||John||Weeks||St David, New Brunswick||Priv||ME||18||07/15/61||N|
Charles Chambers - Age 44, enlisted 12/16/1863 as a Private. On 12/16/1863 he mustered into G Company, ME 29th infantry. He deserted on 1/31/1864.
James Cox - Age 44, Enlisted 12/16/1863 as a Private. On 12/16/1863 he mustered into G Compahy of the ME 29th infantry. He died of disease on 5/8/1864.
Note: It would seem the two above were friends - same enlistment date, same unit, same age.
John Weeks - Age 18, Enlisted 7/15/1861 as a Private. On 7/15/1861 he mustered into C Company, ME 6th Infantry. He was killed at Havre de Grace, MD in 1861.