Complete Descriptive List or Muster Roll of the Crew of the U.S. Steamer "Florida" on the First day of October, 1863.

transcribed by Terry Foenander.


The following names and personal details of the enlisted men of the USS Florida has been transcribed from a copy of the Muster Roll dated October 1, 1863, the original of which is held at the National Archives. The actual Muster Rolls measure about two feet by two and a half feet and were filled out every quarter, although this was not always strictly adhered to. They included only the names of the enlisted men, and the officers' lists were filled out on a separate form.

The National Archives is the repository for almost all the Muster Rolls and Lists of Officers of Union Navy vessels of the Civil War period.

The following list is arranged alphabetically, with details shown in the following order: sailor's name and rating, followed by date of enlistment, place enlisted, term of enlistment in years, place or vessel from which received, where born, age, occupation, color of eyes, color of hair, complexion, and remarks, if any. The details have been transcribed in full with the exception of the height of each sailor, left out as an unnecessary detail. The final recapitulation of the crew shown on the last page of the Muster Roll shows a total of 126 men aboard the vessel, taking into account transfers, discharges and one death. The total number of names on the Roll is 154. The roll is signed by the paymaster, William Frederick Keeler, and countersigned by the vessel's commander, Walter W. Queen. Keeler's letters home to his wife, Anna, while aboard the vessel, were edited by Robert W. Daly, and published in 1968 by the United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland, under the title ABOARD THE USS FLORIDA: 1863-65. Some comments by Keeler on certain enlisted sailors aboard the vessel have been included in the following list. In one of his letters home, Keeler does state that there was a Marine Guard aboard the vessel, but, for an unknown reason, none of the USMC personnel are included on the Muster Roll.

James Allen, landsman, July 24, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, New York, 23, -, negro.

John Anderson, seaman, October 17, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Sweden, 23, -, grey, brown, light.

Joseph Arnold, second class fireman, February 9, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 26, -, hazel, black, fair.

John Augusto, ordinary seaman, October 3, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Western Islands, 23, cook, hazel, black, light.

John Austin, seaman, January 29, 1863, New York, 3, North Carolina, Lewistown, Delaware, 30, -, hazel, black, swarthy, transferred to Minnesota July 9, 1863.

John Austin, seaman, January 29, 1863, New York, 3, Minnesota, Lewistown, Delaware, 30, -, hazel, black, swarthy, transferred to Brig Perry August 11, 1863. [This second entry for John Austin seems to indicate that he was transferred to the "Minnesota," then returned to the "Florida," before being transferred out, once more, to the "Perry."]

John Bagley, seaman, April 18, 1861, New York, 3, Brig Perry, New York, 30, -, hazel, dark, dark.

Frank Barry, coal heaver, February 7, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Brooklyn, New York, 21, -, grey, sandy, fair.

John A. Beach, landsman, February 19, 1863, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Saratoga, New York, 21, -, hazel, dark, dark,

Alonzo Bennett, ordinary seaman, September 18, 1862, New Bedford, 1, North Carolina, Maine, 22, -, blue, light, light, deceased July 28, 1863. [Keeler's letter of July 24th, 1863, continued on July 31st, states that Bennett was buried at sea, some 40 or 50 miles out from Wilmington, North Carolina. The Washington, D.C. newspaper "Daily National Intelligencer" of Monday, September 7, 1863, includes a list of deaths reported to the Navy Department for the week ending September 5, 1863, on page 2, and Alonzo Bennett is shown as having died of peritonitis.]

Lewis Bennett, ordinary seaman, September 30, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Jersey Islands, 20, sailmaker, hazel, black, dark.

George H. Biggs, first class boy, December 22, 1862, New York, 3, North Carolina, New York, 15, -, blue, brown, dark.

James Boardman, ordinary seaman, September 15, 1862, Boston, 1, Princeton, Massachusetts, 23, spinner, hazel, dark, light, discharged September 15, 1863.

Frederick Braddock, coal heaver, December 30, 1862, New York, 1, North Carolina, England, 23, boiler maker, blue, sandy, fair.

Thomas Brennan, second class fireman, February 12, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 24, -, blue, black, fair.

George H. Brown, coal heaver, January 3, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 21, -, grey, brown, fair.

John Brown, 1st, captain afterguard, October 13, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Buffalo, New York, 46, -, blue, brown, light.

John Brown, 2nd, coxswain, October 12, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Rome, New York, 22, -, grey, sandy, florid.

John Campbell, captain forecastle, February 25, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Rochester, New York, 22, -, hazel, brown, light.

Patrick Cannon, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, Princeton, Ireland, 23, -, grey, sandy, fair.

Siah Carter, landsman, May 19, 1862, James River, Virginia, 3, Brandywine, Charles City County, Virginia, 24, carpenter, negro.

Andrew Casey, coal heaver, January 3, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 24, -, grey, brown, florid.

Thomas Clarke, seaman, January 20, 1863, New York, 1, Princeton, Ireland, 25, -, blue, brown, light.

Elisha H. Collins, ordinary seaman, October 10, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Rhode Island, 21, farmer, blue, light, ruddy.

William Conley, seaman, September 16, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, New York, 38, -, blue, brown, fair, discharged September 15, 1863.

John D. Cooley, ordinary seaman, October 3, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Massachusetts, 20, -, hazel, black, light.

Peter Coyle, quarter master, August 5, 1863, Beaufort, North Carolina, 1, enlisted on Florida, New York, 39, -, blue, sandy, light.

William G. Cruise, seaman, August 2, 1861, New Bedford, 3, North Carolina, Manilla, 27, -, brown, black, dark.

William Currington, quarter master, August 27, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Marble Head, 47, -, blue, grey, light, honorably discharged September 15, 1863.

George W. Decker, landsman, February 19, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, New York, 21, -, grey, brown, light.

Samuel K. Deming, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 21, fireman, mulatto.

Sylvester Deming, carpenter's mate, August 27, 1862, New York, 1, Daylight, Hartford, Connecticut, 25, -, grey, auburn, fair, discharged September 15, 1863.

George H. Devine, landsman, October 4, 1862, New Bedford, 2, North Carolina, Portland, Maine, 18, -, hazel, dark, dark.

Francis Dias, landsman, December 31, 1862, New York, 1, Brandywine, Spain, 23, -, black, black, dark.

Peter Dolan, first class boy, January 30, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, New York, 21, boiler maker, hazel, brown, light.

Patrick Donnelly, second class fireman, December 2, 1862, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 23, -, blue, dark, dark.

Daniel Driscoll, seaman, September 15, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Massachusetts, 22, -, grey, brown, light, discharged September 15, 1863.

Michael Dugan, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 21, sailmaker, hazel, red, fair.

John Dunn, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 29, cooper, hazel, brown, light.

William Dunn, seaman, September 19, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Maine, 23, -, blue, black, light, discharged September 18, 1863.

Daniel During, quarter gunner, August 12, 1861, New York, 3, North Carolina, Holland, 30, -, black, brown, dark.

James T. Dwyer, seaman, February 21, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Boston, Massachusetts, 22, -, grey, black, fair.

David Ellis, appointed [?] February 13, 1863, received from New York. [No further details shown.] [Keeler notes in his letter of November 3, 1863 that Ellis, who was his Steward, was a native of Wales and had studied for the Episcopal Church, but had given up his studies for the amber fluid, of which he was rather fond.]

William H. Ennis, second class fireman, January 13, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, New Jersey, 24, -, hazel, black, dark.

Charles T. Ferrand, coal heaver, August 22, 1862, New York, 1, Brandywine, New York, 22, -, hazel, black, ruddy, discharged September 15, 1863.

George W. Francis, landsman, February 23, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Morristown, New Jersey, 35, cook, mulatto.

William W. Gilbert, landsman, February 20, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Middletown, Connecticut, 29, -, blue, auburn, light. [Keeler notes in his letter of November 3, 1863 that Gilbert was his clerk, and had been a bookkeeper for seventeen years. He also added that Gilbert wrote with a fine business hand and was a good mathematician.]

Patrick W. Glinnon, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 28, silver plater, hazel, black, light.

Andrew Grant, ordinary seaman, September 25, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, France, 26, -, grey, black, light.

Richard Harris, landsman, February 13, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Williamsburgh, New York, 23, blacksmith, hazel, brown, florid.

John A. Hause, landsman, February 17, 1863, New York, North Carolina, Germany, 19, boatman, hazel, brown, light.

Christopher C. Hawes, ordinary seaman, September 24, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Massachusetts, 24, -, blue, brown, fair.

Charles Heyn, captain of hold, May 7, 1862, New York, 3, North Carolina, Germany, 21, -, blue, brown, light.

Columbus Hibbard, third class boy, [date of enlistment column notes 'to be discharged at pleasure of Captain'], St. Simonds, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, 14, -, negro. [Keeler notes in his letter of July 20, 1863: "Then we have a little contraband, formerly the property of Senator Yulee rejoicing in the name of 'Columbus' - he is only about 13 years old and a perfect monkey, eternally grinning or cutting up some shine. A few days ago the Chief Engineer went into his room & found the boy there with his (the Eng'r's) uniform coat & sword on & mounted on the top of his bureau admiring himself in the glass.]

Charles Hollister, landsman, February 19, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Hartford, Connecticut, 25, mason, grey, brown, light.

Nathan Hopkin, ordinary seaman, August 11, 1862, Boston, 1, Brandywine, Carmel, Missouri, 23, -, blue, brown, light, transferred to North Carolina August 13, 1863.

Thomas Hourd, landsman, February 20, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 28, -, hazel, dark, dark.

Joseph Humphryes, first class fireman, October 7, 1861, New York, 3, North Carolina, New York, 26, paper spinner, hazel, dark, fair.

John Hutchins, landsman, February 27, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Trenton, New Jersey, 20, -, mulatto.

James P. Irwin, ordinary seaman, September 19, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, 22, cooper, grey, black, light, discharged September 18, 1863.

John Jackson, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, England, 28, fireman, hazel, dark, dark.

George P. Johnson, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, New York, 21, -, hazel, brown, light, transferred to Naval Hospital, Norfolk, September 15, 1863.

Ivan Johnson, coal heaver, August 28, 1862, Baltimore, 3, Brandywine, Maryland, 27, -, blue, brown, light.

Peter Johnson, ordinary seaman, September 22, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Sweden, 18, joiner, blue, brown, fair.

Charles Jones, landsman, February 26, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Newburgh, New York, 21, - mulatto.

Thomas Keating, ship's corporal, October 7, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Massachusetts, 23, -, blue, brown, fair.

Frank E. Kelly, armorer's mate, February 16, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 23, blacksmith, blue, brown, dark.

James Kelly, landsman, February 17, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 28, gold leaf printer, blue, brown, fair.

Jeremiah, Kieley, first class boy, January 28, 1863, New York, 3, North Carolina, New York, 20, baker, hazel, brown, fair.

John Lane, master at arms, appointed March 3, 1863, New York. [no further details shown.]

John Lee, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Oneida County, New York, 21, -, grey, brown, light.

William Leeds, ship's nurse, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Clinton, New York, 22, -, grey, brown, light.

Isreal H. Lindsay, seaman, September 22, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Maine, 50, -, hazel, grey, dark.

Edward Long, -, October 15, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Ireland, 24, -, blue, brown, light.

John Manuel, seaman, February 24, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Vera Cruz, 26, -, mulatto.

Thomas Martin, landsman, March 8, 1863, New York, 1, New York, Ireland, 22, -, brown, black, dark, transferred to New York Navy Yard August 9, 1863.

Edward Mathews, first class fireman, May 31, 1862, New York, 3, North Carolina, Jersey, 24, moulder, grey, brown, light.

John Mathews, second class fireman, February 7, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 32, -, hazel, brown, fair.

Crawford T. Maury, ordinary seaman, September 25, 1862, Providence, 1, North Carolina, Rhode Island, 27, -, hazel, dark, light.

James McBride, landsman, February 20, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, New York, 18, -, hazel, brown, fair.

John McCabe, landsman, February 20, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, New York, 22, -, grey, auburn, fair.

William McComb, appointed February 2, 1863; discharged September 7, 1863. [No further details shown.]

Peter McDonald, first class fireman, February 5, 1863, New York, 3, North Carolina, Ireland, 49, -, blue, brown, florid.

William McDowell, landsman, February 17, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Canada, 18, -, grey, dark, light, transferred to Minnesota July 9, 1863.

William McDowell, landsman, February 17, 1863, New York, 1, Minnesota, Canada, 18, -, grey, dark, light, transferred to brig Perry August 11, 1863. [This second entry for William McDowell seems to indicate that he was transferred to the "Minnesota," then returned to the "Florida," before being transferred out, once more, to the "Perry."]

Richard McMahon, second class fireman, February 7, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 28, -, grey, brown, dark.

W.H. McMahon, boatswain's mate, January 26, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 30, -, hazel, dark, florid.

Joseph McNeil, landsman, February 20, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 23, -, grey, brown, light.

John McTash, ordinary seaman, October 10, 1862, Providence, 1, North Carolina, England, 23, baker, blue, brown, dark.

James Meade, coal heaver, December 29, 1862, New York, 1, North Carolina, New York, 21, -, grey, brown, fair.

James Meehan, landsman, January 8, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, England, 22, barber, dark, brown, light.

Charles Menter, ship's cook, January 3, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Holland, 29, cook, hazel, black, florid.

David Merritt, ordinary seaman, October 6, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Missouri, 38, -, blue, black, fair.

John Miles, yeoman, February 19, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, England, 30, -, grey, brown, light.

John Monaghan, landsman, September 13, 1862, New York, 1, Brandywine, New York, 21, -, blue, brown, light, discharged September 15, 1863.

William J. Montgomery, coal heaver, February 20, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 37, plumber, blue, brown, light.

John H. Moran, coal heaver, February 19, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Cayuga, New York, 28, stone cutter, hazel, brown, light.

James T. Morgan, appointed March 2, 1863; discharged September 7, 1863. [No further details shown.]

Charles Morris, second class fireman, February 12, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Catskill, New York, 22, -, blue, dark, fair.

John Mulligan, first class boy, February 16, 1863, New York, 3, North Carolina, New York, 17, butcher, blue, flaxen, fair.

Cornelius Murphy, captain of afterguard, October 18, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Brownsville, 48, -, blue, sandy, light.

Peter Murphy, first class fireman, February 11, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 31, -, blue, brown, fair.

Charles Myers, seaman, September 17, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Germany, 23, -, blue, brown, light, discharged September 15, 1863.

John H. Myers, ordinary seaman, September 30, 1862, Bangor, 1, North Carolina, Maine, 23, -, blue, brown, fair.

James K. O'Brien, coal heaver, January 2, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 23, -, blue, brown, fair.

Thomas O'Brien, seaman, September 11, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Massachusetts, 21, -, blue, brown, fair, discharged September 15, 1863.

Henry Oliver, landsman, February 18, 1863, -, 1, brig Perry, Lowell, Massachusetts, 21, tailor, blue, brown, light.

Daniel O'Mahoney, landsman, February 24, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 30, -, hazel, brown, light.

Henry Ostrome, seaman, September 22, 1862, Boston, 3, North Carolina, Holland, 28, -, blue, brown, fair.

Lewis Owens, seaman, January 2, 1863, New York, 3, North Carolina, Wales, 22, - hazel, dark, ruddy.

Robert Patterson, ordinary seaman, September 25, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Scotland, 24, -, hazel, brown, light.

Emanuel Phillips, officer's steward, March 2, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Madeira, 24, -, hazel, black, dark.

Benjamin Pollock, landsman, February 19, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 21, -, blue, brown, dark.

Frederick W. Rawdon, first class boy, February 25, 1863, New York, 3, North Carolina, New York, 15, -, hazel, brown, fair. [In reference to this particular sailor, Keeler states in his letter of July 20, 1863: "Among the smaller fry we have a son of one of the celebrated bank note engravers of New York - Rawdon, formerly of the firm of 'Rawdon Wright Hatch & Co.' His father is dead & his mother wanted he should go into the Navy that he might do something for his country. Mr. Greene shewed the boy some kindness when he first came on board & his mother sent Mr. Greene, in one of her boy's letters, a very pretty note containing 'a Mother's thanks for his kindness to her fatherless Sailor boy.'"]

Edward Regan, coal heaver, January 5, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 24, -, blue, dark, dark.

John Reynolds, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 22, hatter, blue, brown, dark, transferred to Naval Hospital Norfolk September 15, 1863.

Frank Richards, ordinary seaman, October 13, 1862, New Bedford, 1, North Carolina, Hartford, Connecticut, 30, -, hazel, dark, dark.

James Riley, ordinary seaman, October 13, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, England, 22, baker, blue, brown, ruddy.

Patrick Riordan, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 21, -, blue, brown, light.

Thomas Robinson, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Danbury, Connecticut, 21, - blue, brown, fair.

John Ross, seaman, October 22, 1861, New York, 3, North Carolina, Scotland, 32, -, blue, light, florid.

James Rouke, second class fireman, February 12, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 25, book binder, blue, dark, florid.

James Sangston, seaman, October 20, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Baltimore, Maryland, 54, -, brown, brown, sallow, transferred to Naval Hospital Norfolk September 15, 1863.

Henry S. Scholan, landsman, February 19, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Troy, New York, 26, -, blue, brown, light.

John Short, ordinary seaman, October 9, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, England, 19, -, blue, dark, light.

Ferdinand Sichart, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Germany, 25, -, grey, brown, florid.

Joshua C. Simms, officer's steward, August 28, 1861, Boston, 3, North Carolina, Wilmington, D.C. [Delaware?], 23, waiter, dark, dark, mulatto.

Thomas W. Sinclair, seaman, October 30, 1862, New York, 1, North Carolina, Baltimore, Maryland, 46, -, grey, dark, dark, transferred to Naval Hospital Norfolk September 15, 1863.

Edward Smith, quarter master, September 10, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Hamden, 46, -, blue, grey, light, discharged September 15, 1863.

Nicholas Smith, seaman, February 20, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Austria, 22, -, hazel, dark, dark.

William Smith, seaman, September 20, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, New York, 39, -, grey, light, light, discharged September 15, 1863.

Manuel Snarey, seaman, September 7, 1861, Boston, 2, North Carolina, Palti, Peru, 44, -, black, dark, dark, discharged September 15, 1863.

Frederick Steen, seaman, May 3, 1862, New York, 3, North Carolina, Denmark, 26, -, blue, brown, dark.

John Sweeney, coxswain, February 11, 1861, New York, 3, North Carolina, Oswego, New York, 37, -, hazel, brown, light.

Thomas Sweeney, first class boy, January 28, 1863, New York, 3, North Carolina, Ireland, 19, -, blue, brown, fair.

Abram Tester, first class fireman, February 14, 1862, New York, 3, Princeton, England, 23, machinist, blue, brown, fair.

George A. Townsend, officer's cook, May 1, 1861, New York, 3, North Carolina, Brooklyn, New York, 22, -, mulatto.

George Tracey, landsman, February 18, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, England, 21, -, grey, brown, light.

Job H. Trott, ordinary seaman, September 19, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Maine, 21, -, hazel, black, dark, discharged September 18, 1863.

Alfred Tyler, first class boy, January 27, 1863, New York, 3, North Carolina, New York, 17, -, blue, brown, fair.

Bishop A. Tyler, officer's cook, March 7, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Washington, D.C., 28, cook, negro.

John Warren, coal heaver, January 3, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina,, Ireland, 25, mason, hazel, dark, florid.

Corbin Washington, quarter master, October 15, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Alexandria, 38, -, blue, light, light. [Keeler comments in his letter of November 3, 1863 that "One of our quartermasters is a descendant of Gen. Washington & bears his name & had a large estate left him in Virginia which he has squandered."]

Mark Waters, first class fireman, October 7, 1861, New York, 3, North Carolina, Ireland, 26, -, grey, brown, florid.

Philander White, ordinary seaman, September 20, 1862, New York, 1, North Carolina, Maine, 18, -, hazel, black, light.

Charles H. Wilford, ordinary seaman, September 22, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Connecticut, 23, -, blue, brown, light.

Edgar H. Williams, captain of forecastle, October 22, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, New York, 25, -, blue, brown, light.

Robbins S. Williams, quarter gunner, October 18, 1861, Providence, 3, North Carolina, Norwich, 23, butcher, hazel, dark, light.

Shirley Williams, seaman, October 19, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Westonbury, 22, -, blue, light, light.

Thomas J. Williams, landsman, March 4, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, New York, 18, butcher, blue, brown, fair.

Charles Wilson, ordinary seaman, October 2, 1862, Boston, 1, North Carolina, Russia, 22, -, blue, black, light.

William Winstanley, second class boy, September 16, 1862, Baltimore, 3, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, 17, -, blue, light, light.

John Woods, quarter master, October 12, 1860, New York, 3, North Carolina, Rahway, New Jersey, 39, -, grey, brown, florid.

Michael Woods, ordinary seaman, February 28, 1863, New York, 1, North Carolina, Ireland, 22, -, hazel, brown, fair.


Copyright, Terry Foenander.

November, 2000.