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Photo #48139

Last Name: Whitehouse

First Name : Everett

Middle Name: Melvin

Subject's City: Augusta

Subject's State: ME

Subject's County: Kennebec

Subject's Country: United States



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Comments: Everett Melvin Whitehouse (Nee: ) | Augusta ME United States | | Comments: Civil War Soldiers Card says Everett Whitehouse enlisted 25 April 1861 & was mustered 4 Jun 1861 ocupation farmer,brown hair, born in China Resided in China 5'11" tall;. Left service 25 Aug 1862 Discharged for promotion in the 19 infantry mustered in Augusta; Commissioned 1st lieutenant Co G 19th ME August 25 1862 to rank from Aug 1 1862; Commisioned Captain 10 April 1863 to rank form 23 Mar 1863; Honorably discharged 14 Oct 1864 by reason of expired term of service The portrait was taken after the war at the invitation by the state of Maine to all officers who had served from Maine This picture is from the Maine State Archives

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