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  1. Hello! I am looking for any information or contacts available re SHEPARD WIGGIN. I am his great granddaughter. Along w/my interest, my granddaughter is doing a report about him for her school (Wayland). Do you know if any information can be faxed or is there a site where we could read about him – or make contact with your Civil War Museum and discover more. I didn’t find anything specific in the Franklin library. I believe that he had a picture of his two-year old daughter Ellen in his pocket when he died – and that he fought at the Battle of Fredericksburg in 1962. Is the history dept. in Franklin doing a project regarding him – could I speak with the teacher? Anything that you can think of would help so much. I spoke w/the town clerk years ago to substantiate my grandmother’s birth, in connection to marrying into the Buell family in Natick and verifying eligibility for the DAR, but I wasn’t aware of the Museum for the Civil War at that time. Thank you again,
    Joanne Ellen Buell Bache
    508 655 4893 – phone and fax

    • Hi, I’m hoping to hear back from the woman who transcribed the Wiggin diaries. I’ll put her in touch with you when I hear from her. I can also have a look to see if there might be anything in our files. As soon as we find anything we’ll be in touch.

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