"Now I can't wait to make

my first trip to Gettysburg! Clay discovered the background behind my great-grandfather's wounding on the first day of that battle -- even being able to tell me where on the field he fought. Not only will

Clay teach you about your family's Civil War story, you will also leave smiling! He has a wicked good sense of humor."                                                                           -Ellen A. Ahrens, Kennebunk Free Library Genealogy Group, Maine


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(603) 209-4343

What We Find During Every

"Discover Your Civil War Ancestors" Event... 

...is JUST the Beginning of New Family Explorations

& Adventures via Books, Battlefield Tours,

Social Media Interaction and Other Ways to

Walk In Your Civil

War Ancestors' Footsteps

Contact me today to plan the best 

date for your event:

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(603) 209-4343

Clay Feeter

"Discover Your Civil War Ancestors"

Library & Genealogy Club Presentations

23 Spring Pond Circle,

York, ME 03909

(Pictured above, top line l-r) "Walking in their footsteps," Battle of First Bull Run, VA; Clay paying tribute to his gr. gr. gramps, Pvt. John R. Gott of the 78th Illinois Volunteers, Chickamauga National Battlefield Park, GA; Clay's 4th gr. grand uncle, assistant surgeon Gilbert W. Southwick, 19th Illinois; Cavalry charge. 

(Pictured above, bottom line l-r) Regimental histories can be gold mines in retracing your kin's experiences. Clay has 17 cousins mentioned in this 21st Conn. Volunteers volume; Excellent book full of rich details about the hour-by-hour ancestors' story of Day #1 at Gettysburg; Clay presenting his "Discover Your Civil War Ancestors" talk to a genealogy club; Precious images await your discovery!