This is an Update to my posting here of several years ago regarding my relative James MOODY who was in the 7th ME reg Comp. B Until now I did not know his actual cause of death, and now I do. From a handwritten ledger book dated Sept. 28, 1862 (James Moody's date of death) it has him listed as being in the Regiment and Comp. I have above and that he died at Hammond at Pt. Lookout, MD and that the Cause of his Death was Erysipelas which is a strept. bacteria of the skin which was described online as horrific!!I looked it up as being around during the Civil War and it was listed.Ugh, what an awful way to die.It apparently spreads rapidly once you have it and then gets into your lymphatic system. This was listed as I mentioned in some U. S. Record of Death of Volunteers from 1861- and signed off on by a C. Wagner with the initials of what look like U A S out beside his name in the Remarks section from this ledger. So I at least know what my James died from. My only question now remains, did my James serve in the fight at Antietam and I have to believe he most likely did since his death was Sept. 28th, 1862.A regiment mate of his named Thomas O. CRAWFORD is also listed as "killed at Antietam" - Sept. 1862, and I know that that battle by the 7th ME was fought with bayonets drawn.Perhaps my James Moody was cut and that was how he got that horrible infection he died from by the end of the month in Sept. of 1862. I will Update this again if I find out anything more. I at least know that he is buried at Arlington National Cemetery in VA and was very greatful a man here who gave me the link to Find a Grave where I could see it with my own eyes.My family had no idea we had any Moody's buried there. So thank you for that.Hope this latest tid bit of info may be helpful to others who may be researching this particular Maine Regiment.I have been told that this particular Regiment and Company were comprised of many Native American Indians from Maine.This James Moody was the son of my 3rd grt. grandparents Joseph D. MOODY who was an Indian doctor (you can find this documentation from the old 1856 and above Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA City Directories and the 1860 and 1870 Lowell, MA census' where he was one time listed as "race - I"), and Joseph's 1st wife Sarah A. BREWER of Ipswich, MA. (Joseph D. Moody was born in Brunswick, ME where James Moody lived at the time of his enlistment). Joseph D. Moody was actually a half-breed Indian, his Mother, Hannah MITCHELL was full blood. She was of what the Native American Indians at one time called a "royal" blood line as the MITCHELL's had a lot of "medicine men" among them.My 4th grt. grandmother Hannah Mitchell's brother Louis/Lewis MITCHELL and his wife Eliza and family (one son named Joseph and one daugh. named Hannah etc.) lived in nearby Phippsburg, ME where they were all listed as "race -Indian" and he was listed as an Indian doctor, the rest of his family were all basket makers. So again I hope this extra bit of info is helpful to all categories who may be researching any possible connections to this 7th ME Reg. Comp. B, or to the MOODY side or to the Native American Indians who served during the Civil War etc.