I am researching and have information on the LeCompte's of Ocean County, New Jersey.
I am interested in obtaining more information on the LeCompte's involvement in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.William H. LeCompte was a Sergeant in Co. F of the 14th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry.I would very much like to get a copy of any photographs of him in uniform.
Other New Jersey families I have information on are the Herbert's and Woolley's.
I am also researching and have information on the Cowan's of Scotland.This information includes the Bidie's of Aberdeen and India.I am particularly interested in obtaining photographs of the Bidie Family.George Bidie was a Surgeon General in the British Indian Army and as a young assistant surgeon was on Field Service during the Indian Mutiny.
The Dangerfield's and Sims' of Moncks Corner, South Carolina also served with distinction during the late unpleasantness.I am attempting to find what units of Southern Arms they served with. Any assistance is appreciated.James Sterling Dangerfield is the Civil War soldier I am researching with interest.Before the War Between the States, James S. Dangerfield married a South Carolina lady and fought with a So. Carolina unit.He never returned from the war.Rumor has it that he may have gone to Virginia or West Virginia, his home state, and married and raised another family.