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Posted by: Carl Demings Posted on: 27. May 2004 at 14:34
Thank you Terry for letting us know you had found an answer to your query.

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Posted by: Terry Middleton Posted on: 25. May 2004 at 23:55
I just want to let everyone know that the North Cumberland Historical Society has located Charles
Card for me. He is buried at Hillside Cemetery in Springhill, NS. Again, Charles Card was a veteran of the American Civil War and he is remembered for his efforts in the war.
Posted by: Terry Middleton Posted on: 28. Apr 2004 at 12:54
Hope you can help. Am looking for burial location of Charles Card, born approx 1831 in Dorchester, NB. He is in 1901 Census living near Springhill at age 61. Charles was a veteran of the American Civil War and that is why I am looking for him. I am member of Maritime Civil War Living History Association and besides reenacting we perform graveside services here in the Maritimes for Civil War veterans. To date we have found about 75 and are still looking. Approx 5000 Maritimers took part in the Civil War. Any assistance appreciated.
Terry Middleton
Quispamsis, NB.