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.