* According to EdwardsGenerations,
"Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 20 July 1861 at the age of 24; Enlisted in Company A, 13th Infantry Regiment Massachusetts on 20 July 1861; Killed on 30 August 1862 in 2nd Bull Run, VA. (Sources: Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the Civil War. (MASSCW) Published in 1931-37 by Adjutant General; The Story of the 13th Massachusetts Volunteers. (H13thMA) Published in 1894 by Estes & Lauriat)."
According to McLellan, his name appears on a monument in Gorham: "Albert S. Estes, 13th Mass Regiment, Killed at Manassas, Va, Aug. 29, 1862, aged 25."
He is included on the Civil War page. 
1. [S238] http://edwardsgenerations.net/.
2. [S330] Estes Genealogies, 1097-1893, Charles Estes, (Salem, Massachusetts), 207-08.
3. [S240] History of Gorham, Maine, Hugh Davis McLellan, (Portland: Smith and Sale; rpt. Picton Press), 354.
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