Galvanized Tars:

Confederate POW's Who Enlisted

in the Union Navy.

by Terry Foenander.




As the war progressed, and the Union prisoner of war camps continued to expand in numbers, conditions steadily decreased within these facilities. Many of the Confederate prisoners held in these camps could no longer tolerate the close confinement and filthy conditions, and decided to grab the proverbial 'dangling carrot,' and take the Oath of Allegiance. Some of these men were recruited into the service of the Union. Galvanized Yankees was the term used to denote former Confederate prisoners of war who enlisted in the Union Army. Galvanized Tars is the term that I use for those Confederate prisoners who took the Oath and joined the Union Navy and Marine Corps.

Unlike most of the Galvanized Yankees who were sent west to serve against the Indians, thus avoiding contact with their former comrades on the eastern battlefields, it seems that the majority, if not all, of the Galvanized Tars served upon Union Navy vessels, or on-shore facilities, in the eastern theater. Some used the opportunity to desert and return south, perhaps to fight again, but most served their full period of enlistment in the Navy. A small number were even appointed to the ranks of officers within the Navy. Many of these Galvanized Tars were former Confederate Army personnel, but there were some who had previously served in the Confederate States Navy, before their capture and confinement. Indications are that most, if not all, of the enlisting of Confederate prisoners of war into Union Naval service occurred in the final one or two years of the war.

The following article, under the heading of The Enlisted Rebel Prisoners, and dated at Boston, Thursday, February 4, 1864, is reprinted from the New York Times of Friday, February 5, 1864:

The detachment of Rebel prisoners which came here in charge of the Chicago Zouaves, and are now on board the receiving ship Ohio, numbers 208 men. They are from nearly every State in Secessia - some hailing from Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, and many from Tennessee. The most of them were captured at Missionary Ridge in the last battle between Grant and Bragg. They did not desert, but they say they were willingly made prisoners, as they could have easily escaped had they so desired.

They are very orderly and appear well pleased with their situation - three of them were sent off in the Sacramento, and they have been placed on board the Pequil. More than two thirds of their number are foreigners, and very few are natives of the States which they represented in the Rebel army. According to their story, not one of them is a conscript, most of them having enlisted at the opening of the war for one year, but were afterward forced to enter the service again.

They tell the old story of despondency in all parts of the South, and unless there are better prospects of obtaining independence by the end of the coming May, when the term of the enlistment of the Rebel army expires, the soldiers will refuse to fight longer and lay down their arms; they say there are hundreds of prisoners at Camp Douglas and Rock Island who are ready and would be glad to take the Oath of Allegiance, but they are unwilling to enlist.

Unfortunately no full length study of this particular aspect of the Naval war has ever been undertaken, and because of this we have no idea about the number of Union Navy personnel who had previously served for the Confederacy. Such research would need to cover statistics such as the number who enlisted, their reasons for doing so, and the number of personnel who remained in service. Almost certainly some would have enlisted and then taken the opportunity to desert and return to the Confederacy. If a large number of these Galvanized Tars deserted then the scheme would not have been viable.

Listed below are the names of Galvanized Tars obtained from several sources, as indicated in the references shown at the end of the listings. This is only a preliminary list and more names and data will be added as they come to hand.


George W. Adams, born Coffee County, Alabama, June 29, 1844; resided in Florida since 1846; enlisted at McIntosh, Florida, September 1, 1861, in company E, 4th Florida Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863 and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval rendezvous at Camp Douglas, January 25, 1864; deserted the Union Navy at Boston, Massachusetts; claimed that he was on his way back to his Confederate Regiment, and was near Goldsboro, North Carolina, when the war ended; after the war he attempted to claim a Confederate pension, but his enlistment in the Union Navy caused the application to be denied; died December 6, 1918; buried in MayPop Cemetery, Lafayette County, Florida. [Hartman 1, 406; Florida Confederate Pension File No. D19480.]

John M. Alley, enlisted June 1, 1861, as private, company A, 20th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 2, 770.]

George Aplin, served as private, company C, Washington Artillery Battalion, Lousiana; name and regiment shown on a Federal Roll of Prisoners of War at Rock Island, Illinois; transferred to the Union Navy, July 6, 1864. [Booth 1, 70.]

Jacob W.F. Armstrong, born 1833; enlisted at Apalachicola, Florida, April 4, 1861, in company B, (Old) 1st Florida Infantry; re-enlisted, January 25, 1862, in company K, (New) 1st Florida Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 12.]

Isaac Arturburn (surname also shown as Arterburn), born Tennessee; enlisted at an unspecified date and place, as private, company B, 64th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863; confined at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois; released, December, 1863, on enlistment in the Union Navy. [NCT 15, 184; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Thomas C. Bagley, born Perquimans County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Perquimans County, May 8, 1861, aged 23, as private, company I, 17th Regiment North Carolina Troops (1st Organization); captured at Roanoke Island, February 8, 1862; exchanged August, 1862; transferred to company F, 11th Regiment North Carolina Troops on or about January 19, 1863; captured at Falling Waters, Maryland, July 14, 1863, and confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, August 8, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864; served as landsman on the USS Monticello; deserted March 15, 1865. [NCT 6, 181; 5, 58 & 681; Maryland Roster 26.]

Patrick M. Baker, born Tennessee; resided, in 1860, with his wife, Elizabeth and 7 children, at St. Clair County, Alabama; enlisted at Talladega, Alabama, September 3, 1863, as a private in company A, 28th Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 23, 1863, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois, where he arrived December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864; died September 2, 1864; buried at the Naval Hospital Cemetery, New York; remains transferred to the Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York. [Information supplied by Patricia Davidson in e-mail messages (nana29@bellsouth.net) dated December 29 and 30, 2005; Illinois Navy Listings.]

Ambrose Balderee, born 1843; enlisted at Apalachicola, Florida, August 29, 1861, in company I, 4th Florida Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, under the name of Ambrose Baldwin, and transferred to the Naval rendezvous at Camp Douglas, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 442; Illinois Navy Listings.]

Edmond (or Edwin) Ballard, enlisted May 11, 1861, as private, company K, 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; transferred to company B, 2nd Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters, May 15, 1862; captured at Calhoun, Georgia, May 16, 1864, and sent to Alton Military Prison; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 1, 725.]

Thomas P. Ballew, enlisted May 1, 1861, as private, company G, 18th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Chattanooga, Tennessee, December 4, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 2, 666.]

Jesse Bare, born and resided in Ashe County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Hanover Junction, Virginia, May 15, 1863, aged 18, as private, company A, 26th Regiment North Carolina Troops; wounded in the left hip at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 1, 1863; captured at Bristoe Station, Virginia, October 14, 1863, and sent to the Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 27, 1863; released on January 24, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Commodore Morris and the USS Brandywine; deserted May 30, 1864. [NCT 7, 469; Morris Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 27.]

Martin Baynard (surname also shown as Banard), born North Carolina; enlisted Rutherford County, North Carolina, October 8, 1862, as private, company F, 62nd Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863; sent to Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, September 24, 1863; released on enlisting in the Union Navy, December, 1863. [NCT 15, 86; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William A. Belk, resided in, and enlisted at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, March 3, 1862, aged 19, as private, company E, 11th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Bristoe Station, Virginia, October 14, 1863, and confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 27, 1863; released, January 25, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 5, 50.]

C. Berniard, (Also on Roll as Louis C. Berniard), enlisted at Vicksburg, Mississippi, March 1, 1863, as private, company D, 22nd and 23rd Louisiana Infantry; captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863; sent to Memphis, Tennessee, July 18, 1863; transferred to Camp Douglas, Illinois; released December, 1863, and enlisted in the Union Navy. [Booth 1, 178.]

Nathan L. Blackmore (surname also shown as Blackman), resided Surry County, North Carolina; enlisted at Yadkin County, North Carolina, April 29, 1862, as private, company H, 54th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured near Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 4, 1863, and confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.; received at City Point, Virginia, May 13, 1863, for exchange; deserted May 15, 1863; returned to duty September 23, 1863; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released on or about January 26, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864; served as landsman on the USS Valley City and the USS North Carolina; discharged July 1, 1865. [NCT 13, 319; Maryland Roster 30.]

James Blackwell, born Lumpkin County, Georgia, 1840; enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company C, 52nd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 20, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 5, 465.]

Allison Blalock, enlisted May 1, 1862, as private, 2nd company D, 1st Confederate Regiment Infantry; captured at LaFayette, Georgia, December 27, 1863; transferred to the Union Navy at Rock Island, Illinois, May 23, 1864. [GARosters 1, 44.]

Reuben G. Blanchard, born Washington County, Florida, May 8, 1838; enlisted at Tallahassee, September 30, 1862, in company E, 10th Florida Infantry; his pension papers indicate that he also served in the Confederate States Navy, and was incarcerated at Point Lookout, Maryland at the end of the war; however, there is an affidavit in his pension file, by someone who had known him, and had indicated that Blanchard had joined the Union Navy at St. Andrew's Bay, and may have attempted to obtain a Federal pension after the war. [Florida Confederate Pension File No. A12327.]

McGregor Blount, pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted August 13, 1861, as private, company M, 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured in McIntosh County, Georgia, August 3, 1864, as a deserter; source indicates that his name appears on a roll of the USS Albemarle, as landsman, in 1864; also noted to have been transferred from Fort Delaware, Delaware, to the United States Navy Department, April 1, 1865; aged 52 at the time of his capture, which was accomplished by an expedition of members of the Union Navy vessel, USS Saratoga, led by commander George M. Colvocoresses. [GARosters 3, 273; ORN 1, 15, 597.]

John W. Boatwright, enlisted, March 13, 1862, at Carthage, Louisiana, as private, Captain Moody's Company (Madison Light Artillery) Louisiana Artillery; captured at Mossy Creek, Tennessee, January 22, 1864; received at the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, from Nashville, Tennessee, February 11, 1864; sent to Rock Island, Illinois, February 25, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [Booth 1, 18.]

William W. Boggs, enlisted at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, October 5, 1861, as private, company H, 1st Louisiana Cavalry; captured at Big Hill, Kentucky, July 30, 1863; sent to Military Prison (no place indicated), August 3, 1863; received at Camp Chase, Ohio, August 6, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance, June 10, 1864, and enlisted in the Union Navy, July 21, 1864. [Booth 1, 22.]

Nathaniel Booth, born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, companies G and E, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 31, 1862; sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois, March 31, 1863; exchanged at an unspecified date, and returned to his company; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863; sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, from Nashville, Tennessee, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 20, 1863; released after enlistment in the Union Navy, and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 39; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John A. Boothe, resided in Orange County, North Carolina; enlisted at Wake County, North Carolina, December 1, 1862, aged 18, as private, company I, 6th Regiment North Carolina State Troops; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released January 26, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy; served as landsman on the USS Valley City and the USS North Carolina; discharged July 1, 1865. [NCT 4, 370 & 695; Maryland Roster 31.]

James Bowler (surname also shown as Bowlar), born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, company B and C, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Island No. 10, April 8, 1862, and sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois, September 8, 1862; exchanged at Aikens Landing, Virginia, November 10, 1862; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863; received at the Military Prison, Louisville, Kentucky, from Nashville, Tennessee, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 25, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 70; Illinois Naval Listings.]

James M. Boykin, resided in Wake County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Wake County, May 1, 1861, aged 18, as private, company E, 14th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted to the enemy at Clear Springs, Maryland, on or about July 13, 1863, and confined at Wheeling, West Virginia; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, July 22, 1863; released July 21, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 5, 436.]

George W. Brace, born 1825 in New York; enlisted at Ocala, Florida, July 2, 1861, in company G, 4th Florida Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval rendezvous at Camp Douglas, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 425; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Marion Bradfield, born South Carolina; enlisted September 11, 1861, as private, company H, 16th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; appointed corporal, November 4, 1861; captured at Knoxville, Tennessee, November 28, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 2, 542; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William M. Bratton, enlisted March 11, 1862, as private, company D, 36th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; wounded at Baker's Creek, Mississippi, May 16, 1863; transferred to company B of the same Regiment; captured at Etowah, Georgia, May 20, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, July 6, 1864. [GARosters 3, 957.]

Lorenzo Breedlove, born Randolph County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, cooper; enlisted at Randolph County, June 5, 1861, aged 20, as private, company I, 22nd Regiment North Carolina Troops; reported as absent without leave in July and September-October, 1862; court-martialed on or about February 18, 1863; returned to duty prior to May 3, 1863; captured at or near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, sometime between July 3 and 6, 1863; confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware; released on or about March 18, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy; served on the USS Saugus and the USS Princeton. [NCT 7, 83.]

Charlton H. Brinson, born Lyons County, Georgia, January 1, 1841; enlisted at Madison, Florida, August 12, 1861, in company C, 4th Florida Infantry; captured November 28, 1863, at Chattanooga, Tennessee, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, and transferred to the Naval rendezvous at Camp Douglas, January 25, 1864; died May 21, 1918, and is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida. [Hartman 1, 387.]

Adolphus E. Brown, born Buncombe County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Henderson County, North Carolina, July 10, 1862, aged 32, as private, company D, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted at Tullahoma, Tennessee, February 1, 1863, but returned to duty in March or April, 1864; captured at Adairsville, Georgia, May 18, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 24, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, May 27, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 533.]

John Brown, born Davis County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, stage driver; enlisted at Vicksburg, Mississippi, June 1, 1861, as private, Captain Moody's Company (Madison Light Artillery) Louisiana Artillery; captured at Knoxville, Louisiana December 3, 1863; received at the Military Prison, Louisville, Kentucky, from Nashville, Tennessee, December 15, 1863; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, December 31, 1863, and then to Rock Island, Illinois, January 10, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy on January 29, 1864, aged 21, and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois; served as landsman on the USS Brandywine and the USS Commodore Morris. [Booth 1, 150; Morris Muster Roll.]

James R. Bulloch, born Georgia; enlisted June 11, 1861, as private, company K, 9th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, November 29, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, February 5, 1864. [GARosters 1, 1062; Illinois Naval Listings.]

George W. Bumgarner, resided Ashe County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Ashe County, February 20, 1863, aged 30, as private, company L, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted to the enemy near Cassville, Georgia, on or about May 20, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 29, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, June 2, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 407.]

Henry Bundy, born Guilford County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; resided in, and enlisted at Yadkin County, North Carolina, August 13, 1861, aged 23. as private, company I, 28th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Hanover Court House, Virginia, May 27, 1862, and confined at Fort Monroe, Virginia, then at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor; exchanged at Aiken's Landing, James River, Virginia, August 5, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863, and confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, sometime between October 15 and 18, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Commodore Morris and the USS Brandywine; sent to hospital at an unspecified date; discharged June 5, 1865. [NCT 8, 208; Morris Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 36.]

Washington B. Burge, born Warren County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, clerk or merchant; enlisted at Northampton County, North Carolina, May 23, 1861, aged 23, as private, company A, 14th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted or was captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania sometime between July 1 and 5, 1863, and confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 15-18, 1863; released January 22, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Montgomery; discharged June 20, 1865. [NCT 5, 397 & 686; Maryland Roster 36.]

Thomas Burgess, resided in Ashe County, North Carolina, where he enlisted May 17, 1861, aged 25, as private, company A, 26th Regiment North Carolina Troops; wounded and captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, sometime between July 1 and 5, 1863; hospitalized at Gettysburg; transferred to Davids Island, New York Harbor, July 17 to 24, 1863; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, December 17, 1863; released at Point Lookout, January 26, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Valley City and the USS North Carolina; discharged July 1, 1865. [NCT 7, 470 & 671 (addenda); Maryland Roster 36.]

Henry J. Burke, enlisted March 1, 1862, as private, company I, 20th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; wounded at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862, and at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 20, 1863; captured at Mossy Creek, Tennessee, January 22, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 2, 826.]

Allen Butler, born North Carolina; enlisted at Camp Jackson, North Carolina, July 19, 1862, as private, company B, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted May 24, 1863, but returned to duty prior to November 27, 1863, when he was captured at Ringgold, Georgia; sent to Nashville, Tennessee, and transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, where he arrived December 11, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 12, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 294; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John Butler, born Burke County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Burke County, March 27, 1862, aged 18, as private, company B, 54th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured near Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 4, 1863; received at City Point, Virginia, for exchange, May 23, 1863; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released January 23, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Commodore Morris and the USS North Carolina. [NCT 13, 261; Maryland Roster 37.]

William Butler, enlisted as private, company C, 6th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; deserted at Romney, Virginia, August 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy at Camp Chase, Ohio, July 21, 1864. [GARosters 1, 768.]

Elisha Buttery (surname also shown as Buttry), born Martin County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; resided in Washington County, North Carolina; enlisted there, June 24, 1861, aged 34, as private, company G, 1st Regiment North Carolina State Troops; captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; took the Oath of Allegiance, January 23, 1864, and enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864; served as landsman on the USS Brandywine, USS Commodore Morris (his age, as shown on the muster roll of the USS Commodore Morris was given as 40) and the USS North Carolina; discharged June 26, 1865. [NCT 3, 213 & 672 (addenda); Morris Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 37.]

Moses Call, see Moses Coll.

William Canfield, enlisted as a private, company K, 4th Louisiana Infantry; captured near Franklin, Tennessee, December 17, 1864, and sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, April 14, 1865. [Booth 1, 241.]

Isadora Canova, enlisted St. Marks, Florida, September 5, 1861, in company C, 4th Florida Infantry; appointed Chief Musician, January 1, 1862, and transferred to the Staff; transferred as musician, to the Staff, 6th Florida Infantry, February 12, 1864; captured May 20, 1864, at Cassville, Georgia, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [Hartman 1, 388.]

William H. Capehart, enlisted February 24, 1864, as private, company B, 37th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Calhoun, Georgia, May 17, 1864; sent to the Military Prison at Alton, Illinois, where he enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 21.]

John D. Capps, resided Buncombe County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farm laborer; enlisted at Buncombe County, July 8, 1862, aged 21, as private, company C, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Resaca, Georgia, on or about May 15, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 20, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, June 1, 1864; released on or about June 10, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 525.]

Stephen Carroll, enlisted May 11, 1861, as private, company F, 10th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, February 5, 1864. [GARosters 2, 40.]

Michael Cary, enlisted at Camp Lewis, Louisiana, December 21, 1861, as private, company H, 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863; forwarded to the Military Prison, Louisville, Kentucky, from Nashville, Tennessee, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Chicago, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 279.]

Jeremiah Casey, born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, companies B and C, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863; forwarded to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, from Nashville, Tennessee, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 8, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 281; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Mathew Cassin, born Ireland; enlisted as private, company C, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, January 25, 1864; see next entry. [Booth 1, 288; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Matthew Casson, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, September 27, 1861, as private, companies K and C, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863; forwarded to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, from Nashville, Tennessee, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 20, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864; possibly the same person shown in the previous entry. [Booth 1, 288.]

Christopher Columbus Caudle, resided in Wake County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, cabinetmaker; enlisted at Wake County, May 21, 1861, aged 18, as private, company K, 14th Regiment North Carolina Troops; promoted corporal at an unspecified date; captured at Williamsport, Maryland, July 10, 1863, and confined at Wheeling, West Virginia; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, July 22, 1863; released on or about July 21, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 5, 484.]

William Childers, born North Carolina; enlisted at Polk County, North Carolina, August 29, 1862, as private, company G, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 561; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Henry Chittester (probably the same person who enlisted, in the Union Navy, as Henry C. Chedister), enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, company B, 14th (Austin's) Battalion Louisiana Sharpshooters; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and forwarded to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, from Nashville, Tennessee, December 16, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 21, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy at Rock Island, and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 329; Illinois Naval Listings.]

James H. Chitwood, born Habersham County, Georgia, February 28, 1839; enlisted May 8, 1862, as private, company D, 43rd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Dallas, Georgia, June 1, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, July 6, 1864. [GARosters 4, 654.]

William F. Church, born Wilkes County, North Carolina, where he resided as a farmer prior to enlisting at Wilkes County, March 14, 1862, aged 25, as private, company K, 53rd Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted to the enemy at or near Greencastle, Pennsylvania, on or about June 28, 1863; released at Fort Mifflin, December 2, 1863, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and joining the United States Marine Corps. [NCT 13, 163.]

Johnson Clark, born, resided in, and enlisted at Chatham County, North Carolina, July 8, 1862, aged 23, as private, company G, 5th Regiment North Carolina Cavalry; captured at Jack's Shop, Virginia, September 22, 1863, and confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, September 26, 1863, from which he was released, January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 2, 423 & 797 (addenda).]

Marion B. Clark (surname also shown as Clarke), resided in Chatham County, North Carolina; enlisted at "McIvers," September 22, 1862, as private, company D, 61st Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Morris Island, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, August 26, 1863; confined at Hilton Head, South Carolina, September 1, 1863; transferred to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, September 22, 1863; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, September 26, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Monticello and the USS Shamrock. [NCT 14, 680; Maryland Roster 41.]

Henry Clay, enlisted June 12, 1861, as private, company H, 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; transferred to company A, 2nd Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters, April 18, 1862; took the Oath of Allegiance at Nashville, Tennessee, and released October 31, 1863; captured at Lexington, Kentucky, December 10, 1863 [?]; sent to Rock Island, Illinois, where he enlisted in the Union Navy, February 5, 1864. [GARosters 1, 706.]

John Clements, born Ashville, St. Clair County, Alabama, September 13, 1837; enlisted at Ashville, Alabama, September, 1861, as private, company D, 25th Alabama Infantry, commanded by captain Nixon; captured 1863 (no place shown), and sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance, and enlisted in the Union Navy; was residing, in 1907, in Oneonta, Blount County, Alabama. [Information from the Census or Enumeration of Confederate Soldiers Residing in Alabama, 1907: Blount County, page 17, entry number 50, available at URL: http://members.aol.com/Blountal/1907/1907_C.html, compiled by Glenda Savage, copyright 1997.]

William A. Coe, born Cincinnati, Ohio; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Mobile, Alabama, March 1, 1864, as private, new company G, 4th Louisiana Infantry; he had been transferred from the 1st Alabama Heavy Artillery; captured at Franklin, Tennessee, December 17, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to the Militay Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 22, 1864; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, January 2, 1865; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, aged 27, and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, March 20, 1865 [?]; served as coal heaver on the USS Brandywine and the USS Commodore Morris. [Booth 1, 370; Morris Muster Roll.]

Henry Colborne (also Harry Colborne; Henry Coleburne; Henry Colbaune), born Scotland; enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, January 17, 1862, as private, company K, 20th Louisiana Infantry; promored corporal, June 1862; promoted sergeant, February 1, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 375; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Moses Coll (also Moses Call; Moses Cool), born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, company A (or B), 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 8, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 223 & 384; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Jordan W. Collins (first name also shown as Jordon), resided in, and enlisted at Union County, North Carolina, October 28, 1862, as private, company I, 53rd Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted to the enemy at Greencastle, Pennsylvania, June 22, 1863, and confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware, on or about July 10, 1863; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 20, 1863; released, January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864; served as landsman on the USS Commodore Jones, and was admitted to hospital at Norfolk, Virginia, at an unspecified date; discharged October 20, 1864. [NCT 13, 151; Maryland Roster 42.]

Timothy Collins, born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 27, 1861, as private, companies K and C, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 8, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 392; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John Conley, born New York; enlisted August 10, 1862, as private, company D, 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky, then to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 1, 673; Illinois Naval Lisitngs.]

James R. Cook, born Tennessee; enlisted Knoxville, Tennessee, October 2, 1862, as private, company C, 64th Regiment North Carolina Troops; promoted sergeant, May or June, 1863; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, September 26, 1863; released December, 1863, on enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 15, 196; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Hiram English Cox (Cock), born Floyd County, Virginia, February 11, 1842; enlisted in company B, 54th Virginia Infantry, September 16, 1861; promoted sergeant; captured at Ringgold, Georgia, November 27, 1863; sent, as a prisoner of war to Louisville, Kentucky, and then to Rock Island POW camp, December 12, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the United States Navy, January 25, 1864; served on the USS Atlanta, USS Princeton, USS Monocacy, USS Idaho and USS Alleghany; believed to have served for about ten years; collected a United States government pension for his service; died at Indian Valley, Floyd County, Virginia, October 16, 1923; buried at the Cox Cemetery, Indian Valley; his grave includes a government marker. [Data supplied by his descendant, Mr. Larry Clevinger II, of Pulaski, Virginia, in e-mails (vintage_investments@hotmail.com) dated June 18, 2008 and July 1, 2008.]

Samuel Coyle, born Ireland, resided at Opelousas, Louisiana; marital status, single; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, June 19, 1861, aged 22, as private, company A, 8th Louisiana Infantry; wounded in battle at Manassas, August 30, 1862; appointed corporal, July 10, 1862; captured at Falling Waters, Maryland, July 14, 1863, and sent to the Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C., July 18, 1863; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, November 9, 1863; released on taking the Oath of Allegiance, and enlisting in the Union Navy, February 16, 1864. [Booth 1, 468.]

Lawrence Craney, enlisted April 22, 1862, as private, company D, 1st Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry (Olmstead's); transferred to company B in 1864; captured at Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia, June 15, 1864; sent to Rock Island, Illinois, where he enlisted in the Union Navy, July 21, 1864. [GARosters 1, 153.]

James Dailey, enlisted at Camp Benjamin, Louisiana, February 8, 1862, as private, company K, 20th Louisiana Infantry; appointed corporal, April 17, 1862; appointed sergeant, June 9, 1862; captured near Lafayette, Georgia, September 13, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, September 21, 1863; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, September 22, 1863, then to Rock Island, Illinois, January, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 521.]

Daniel Dantine (surname also shown as Datniel and Danteen), born Louisiana; enlisted as private, company F, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864 (also shown as May 3, 1864), and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois. [Booth 1, 533; Illinois Naval Listings.]

B. Daugherty, enlisted as private, company H, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 539.]

Henry Davidson (also Harry Davidson), enlisted at Camp Lewis, Louisiana, December 21, 1861, as private (later promoted corporal), company F, 20th Louisiana Infantry (see 13th and 20th Regiment Louisiana Infantry); captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; sent to Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [Booth 1, 546-547.]

David Davis (also on Rolls as David C. Davis, C. D. Davis), born Kentucky; enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, company F, 13th Louisiana Infantry; also on the rolls of companies B and F, 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863, then to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 550; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Nathaniel Davis, jr., born North Carolina; previous service as private, Captain Lawrence M. Allen's Independent Cavalry Company (company A, 5th Battalion North Carolina Cavalry); enlisted Madison County, North Carolina, July 20, 1862, aged 18, as private, company G, 64th Regiment North Carolina Troops; promoted corporal prior to March 1, 1863; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863, and confined at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois; released on enlisting in the Union Navy, at an unspecified date. [NCT 15, 233; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Walter C. Davis, born Georgia; enlisted June 14, 1861, as private, company C, 18th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, February 5, 1864. [GARosters 2, 638; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Phillip Dennes, enlisted at Camp Lewis, Louisiana, December 21, 1861, as private, company C, 20th Louisiana Infantry; appointed corporal, August 28, 1862; appointed sergeant July 17, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 602.]

Enoch Dennis, born Hannibal, Missouri, October 6, 1835; educated in Pike County Schools, and Quincy, Illinois, Public Schools; also at the Cincinnati Medical College; joined a unit of the Missouri Home Guard (known as the Hawkeyes; rosters show he served in the 27th Regiment Missouri Mounted Infantry and the 1st N.E. Missouri Cavalry), CSA, commanded by colonel Joseph C. Porter; involved in the battle of Kirksville, August, 1862, and later captured by the Union; enlisted in the Union Navy, while confined in a POW Camp in Illinois; died at Doniphan, Missouri, January 22, 1914. [Information provided by great, great grandson, Don Magruder, in an e-mail (dfmagruder@imsinternet.net) dated June 23, 2003; Illinois Naval LIstings.]

James H. Denny, enlisted at Ashe County, North Carolina, July 20, 1862, as corporal, company L, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted at Campbell Station, Tennessee, August 26, 1863; reduced to private sometime between November, 1863 and February, 1864; under arrest February 2, 1864; released from the guard house, April 1, 1864, and returned to duty; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 19, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 24, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, May 27, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 408.]

John Dinan, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, company A, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured near Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 11, 1863, and sent to Stevenson, Alabama, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, September 13, 1863; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, September 22, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy at Rock Island, Illinois, January 24, 1864; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois. [Booth 1, 633.]

Franklin Dockery, born North Carolina; enlisted Madison County, North Carolina, July 15, 1862, aged 18, as private, company C, 64th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, September 24, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and released, December, 1863. [NCT 15, 197; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John Donahoe (surname also shown as Donohoe, Donahue and Donehean), born at sea; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, company B, 14th (Austin's) Battalion Louisiana Sharpshooters; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 6, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 6, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 649; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Malichi Doran, enlisted at Kingston, Tennessee, July 1, 1862, as private, companies K and D, 1st Louisiana Cavalry; previous service in the Virginia Cavalry; captured at Big Hill, Kentucky, July 30, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, August 3, 1863, then to Camp Chase, Ohio, August 6, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance, June 10, 1864, and enlisted in the Union Navy, July 20, 1864. [Booth 1, 659.]

Bernard Dougherty (also Barney Daugherty), born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Lewis, Louisiana, December 21, 1861, as private (later promoted corporal), company H, 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 665; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Michael Drury, born Ireland; enlisted February 27, 1862, as private, company A, 11th Battalion Georgia Infantry; transferred to company A, 47th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 12, 1862; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 5, 7; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John B. Dunaway, born 1843; enlisted at Lake City, Florida, May 23, 1861, in company K, 3rd Florida Infantry; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 17, 1864, and sent to Alton Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [Hartman 1, 360.]

William Ebbin, enlisted as private, company I, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 24, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864; see next entry. [Booth 1, 749.]

William Ebeling (also William Ebling), enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, companies H and I, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 5, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864; probably the same person listed in the previous entry. [Booth 1, 750.]

William Ellison, Jr., born North Carolina; resided in Polk County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Polk County, August 29, 1862, aged 31, as private, company G, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 562; Illinois Naval Listings.]

James S. Ellixson (name also shown as John S. Ellexson), resided in Person County, North Carolina; enlisted at Wake County, North Carolina, August 26, 1862, aged 46, as private (substitute), company H, 2nd Regiment North Carolina State Troops; deserted April 10, 1863, from which he returned, August 22, 1863; captured at Kelly's Ford, Virginia, November 7, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released after taking the Oath of Allegiance, January 26, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Valley City and the USS North Carolina; discharged July 1, 1865. [NCT 3, 454 & 680; Maryland Roster 51.]

Andrew J. Epley (name also shown as Andrew P. Epplee), born Burke County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Burke County, March 27, 1862, aged 18, as private, company B, 54th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released January 24, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864; served as landsman on the USS Montgomery; discharged June 20, 1865. [NCT 13, 263; Maryland Roster 51.]

Edward M. Eustace, born Ireland; enlisted April 30, 1861, as sergeant, company C, 18th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 2, 636; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William L. Evans (or W.A., or William D.), enlisted as private in Infantry Battalion, Smith's Legion, Georgia Volunteers, June 17, 1862; transferred to company C, 65th Regiment Georgia Infantry, March, 1863; detailed with Captain Kitchens, August, 1863; captured near Calhoun, Georgia, May 19, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 6, 604.]

Evan A. Faircloth, born Sampson County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer or turpentine laborer; enlisted April 7, 1862, aged 22, as private, company C, 54th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released January 29, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 13, 272.]

William Fastman (also William Faustman; Wm Fausman), born Germany; enlisted at Monterey, Louisiana, March 18, 1862, as private, company E, 25th Louisiana Infantry (also shown as company E, 16th Louisiana Infantry); captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to the General Hospital No. 4, at Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 25, 1863 (also shown as captured at Greyville, Georgia, December 3, 1863), and forwarded to Louisville, Kentucky, from Nashville, Tennessee, December 11, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, January 1, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 818 & 821; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Thomas Featherston (also J. Featherston, Featherstone), born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, aged 21, as private, company A, 11th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Shiloh, Tennessee, April 8, 1862, and admitted to Union Hospital Steamer D.A. January, May 1, 1862; sent to U.S. Marine General Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, and forwarded to Camp Chase, Ohio, September 4, 1862; transferred to Johnson's Island, Ohio, September 6, 1862, thence to Vicksburg, Mississippi, where he was exchanged December 8, 1862; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, where he enlisted in the Union Navy, and was sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 824; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William Oliver Fincher (surname also shown as Finchen), born Georgia; enlisted April 20, 1861, as private, company H, 2nd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; discharged as being over-aged, in 1862; enlisted as private, company A, 4th Regiment Georgia Cavalry (Avery's), September 20, 1862; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 1, 421; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John Finger, resided in, and enlisted at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, March 12, 1862, aged 36, as private, company E, 11th Regiment North Carolina Troops; may have also served previously in company B, 1st Regiment North Carolina Infantry (6 month, 1861); wounded in the neck at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, sometime between July 1 and 3, 1863; wounded again, and captured at Bristoe Station, Virginia, October 14, 1863, and confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 27, 1863; released January 22, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Montgomery; discharged June 20, 1865. [NCT 5, 52; Maryland Roster 52.]

George Fisher, born Louisiana; resided in New Orleans; enlisted as private, company B, 1st Louisiana Infantry; detached and served with Mosby's command, about October 19, 1863; deserted and went to Pennsylvania, where he gave himself up to the Deputy Provost Marshal at York, Pennsylvania; took the Oath of Allegiance at Fort Mifflin, Pennsylvania, December 2, 1862; indicated as having enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. [Booth 1, 849.]

John Fitzgerald, enlisted May 11, 1861, as private, company C, 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 1, 665.]

Alexander Fleming, Confederate prisoner at Chicago, Illinois; enlisted, June 10, 1864, as landsman, United States Navy; served on the USS Ohio, USS Somerset, USS Fort Henry, USS Howquah, USS Princeton, USS Wasp and the USS Susquehanna; discharged June 30, 1866. [ADAH.]

Martin Fleming, born 1829 in Ireland; enlisted at Apalachicola, Florida, July 24, 1861, in company B, 4th Florida Infantry; captured November 25, 1863, at Missionary Ridge and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 380; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Peter L. Fogleman, enlisted May 19, 1863, aged 20, as private, company D, 7th Regiment North Carolina State Troops; deserted at South Mountain, Maryland, July 2, 1863, and was captured at or near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, sometime between July 3 and 5, 1863; confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 15 - 18, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, January 26, 1864, but was admitted to hospital at Point Lookout, January 29, 1864, with remittent fever; died February 24, 1864, before ever seeing service in the Union Navy. [NCT 446 & 708.]

Michael Foley (also Michael Voling; Michael Folly), enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 29, 1861, as private, companies G and K, 16th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, thence to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 5, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, December 9, 1863 (see next entry). [Booth 1, 880.]

Michael Foling, enlisted as private, company G, 16th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [Booth 1, 881 - this may be the same person in the previous entry, Michael Foley, although the dates of enlistment vary.]

Edward Foren (also Nathan Foren), source indicates his name was assumed; born Ireland, resided at Concordia Parish, Louisiana; pre-war occupation, laborer; marital status, single; enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, June 19, 1861, aged 32, as private, companies F and G, 14th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Rappahannock, Virginia, November 7, 1863, and sent to Point Lookout, Maryland; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, February 1, 1864. [Booth 1, 895.]

E. Frankman (also Joseph Frankman; Peter Frankman). born Germany; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private (later promoted corporal), companies F, D and I, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Nashville, Kentucky, December 5, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 6, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 919; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Flora Freemont (also Florian Fremont; Flora Freemont; Florence Freemont), born Louisiana; enlisted at Camp Lewis, Louisiana, December 21, 1861, as private, company I, 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 31, 1862, and sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois; exchanged at City Point, Virginia, April 4, 1863; deserted at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 1, 927.]

James M. Fullwood, born McDowell County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at McDowell County, July 14, 1862, aged 21, as sergeant, company F, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; reduced to private, September 13, 1863, for being absent without leave; returned to duty prior to October 31, 1863; captured near Dallas, Georgia, on or about May 26, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, June 3, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, June 6, 1864; released June 10, 1864, on enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 348.]

Jonathan B. Gardner, enlisted at Camp Holmes, North Carolina, December 31, 1863, as private, company H, 13th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted January 15, 1864, but returned prior to May 6, 1864, when he was captured at Wilderness, Virginia, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released on or about May 17, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 5, 359 & 695.]

Elias Madison Gibbs, born Rutherford County, North Carolina; enlisted Henderson County, North Carolina, October 27, 1862, aged 19, as private, company B, 64th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, September 24, 1863; released December, 1863, on enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 15, 187.]

Henry C. Gilbert, born Georgia; enlisted April 30, 1861, as private, company C, 18th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; wounded and captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 2, 638; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John J. Gill, born 1843; enlisted at Monticello, April 2, 1861, in company I, (Old) 1st Florida Infantry; re-enlisted, early 1862, in company C, (New) 1st Florida Infantry; wounded at Perryville, October 8, 1862; captured on May 18, 1864, at Adairsville, Georgia and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, July 6, 1864. [Hartman 1, 69.]

James Gilmer, born South Carolina; enlisted January 5, 1863, as private, company K, 43rd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; left sick at Vicksburg, Mississippi, and captured there July 4, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance at Camp Douglas, Illinois, and enlisted in the Union Navy, December, 1863. [GARosters 4, 721; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Francis M. Goodin (surname also shown as Goodwin), born South Carolina; enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company F, 11th battalion Georgia Volunteer Infantry; transferred to company F, 47th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 12, 1862; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 5, 55; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Jacob Goodlitt, enlisted August 5, 1863, as private, 2nd company D, 1st Confederate Regiment Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 26, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 24, 1864. [GARosters 1, 46.]

John Gorman, born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Lewis, Louisiana, December 21, 1861, as private (later promoted corporal), company I, 20th Louisiana Infantry (also shown as private, company F, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry); captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 62; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William F. Gossett (middle initial also shown as L.), born South Carolina; enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company F, 39th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Graysville, Georgia, November 26, 1863 (place of capture also shown as Ringgold, Georgia, November 27, 1863), and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 4, 303; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William Grady, resided in, and enlisted at Wayne County, North Carolina, October 28, 1861, aged 19, as private, company H, 2nd Regiment North Carolina State Troops; wounded at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 3, 1863, and returned to duty, July 20, 1863; captured at Kelly's Ford, Virginia, November 7, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released after taking the Oath of Allegiance, January 26, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Valley City and the USS North Carolina; discharged July 1, 1865. [NCT 3, 454 & 684; Maryland Roster 57.]

Isaac Green, born Ash County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, blacksmith; resided in, and enlisted at Watauga County, North Carolina, May 11, 1861, aged 21, as private, company D, 1st Regiment North Carolina Cavalry; captured October 12, 1862 and exchanged October 31, 1862, place not specified; captured again, near Madison Court House, Virginia, September 22, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released January 26, 1864 on taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, as landsman on the USS Brandywine and the USS Commodore Reed; also served on the USS Cherokee and the USS Mahaska; discharged October 26, 1865. [NCT 2, 39 & 805 (addenda); Brandywine Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 58.]

Elisha Gregg, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company G, 39th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; absent without leave, August, 1863, but returned to his company under arrest for desertion, December 30, 1863; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 17, 1864, and sent to Alton, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 312.]

Bigus Mobley Griffin, born in Atlanta, Georgia; enlisted August 15, 1861, as private, company F, 8th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 1, 958.]

David E. Grogan, enlisted March 11, 1862, as private, company D, 36th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 20, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, July 21, 1864. [GARosters 3, 959.]

George Hall, born England; enlisted at Apalachicola, Florida, August 30, 1861, in company B, 4th Florida Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863 and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 380; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Moses H. Hall, enlisted March 18, 1861, as private, company B, 1st Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry (Ramsey's); captured at Cheat River Bridge, West Virginia, July 13, 1861; paroled at Beverly, West Virginia, July 20, 1861; mustered out at Augusta, Georgia, March 18, 1862; enlisted as a private in company H, 3rd Battalion Georgia Infantry, March 21, 1862; transferred to company K, 37th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 6, 1863; captured at Calhoun, Georgia, May 17, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 1, 230 & 4, 110.]

James W. Ham, born Guilford or Stokes County, North Carolina; resided in Guilford County where he was by occupation a farmer or carpenter prior to enlisting in Guilford County, May 9, 1862, aged 38, as private (substitute for Levi Houston), company F, 54th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Monticello; sent to the Naval Hospital at Norfolk, Virginia at an unspecified date; discharged April 5, 1865. [NCT 13, 300; Maryland Roster 60.]

James V. Hammit (surname also shown as Hammett), born North Carolina; resided in Henderson County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, miller or farm laborer; enlisted at Henderson County, July 10, 1862, aged 31, as private, company D, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance, and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 534; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William F. Hampton, born North Carolina; resided Watauga County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Watauga County, September 26, 1862, aged 21, as private, company M, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; transferred to company G, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops, May, 1863; wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 20, 1863; returned to duty prior to October 31, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; released on or about February 5, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 364; Illinois Naval Listings.]

B. Hamson, enlisted as private, company E, 15th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Ringgold, Georgia, November 28, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 171.]

William Hancock, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, April 10, 1862, as private, company H, 27th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863, and sent to Memphis, Tennessee, July 30, 1863; sent to Gratiot Street Military Prison, St. Louis, Missouri, August 3, 1863; transferred to Camp Douglas, Illinois, September, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, January, 1864, and sent to acting Master Harty, of the Union Navy. [Booth 2, 173.]

William T. Haney, enlisted as private, company E, 39th Regiment North Carolina Troops, date and place not specified; captured at Calhoun, Georgia, May 16, 1864, and confined at Louisville, Kentucky, May 23, 1864; arrived at Alton, Illinois, May 25, 1864, and released there, June 10, 1864, on enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 10, 153.]

John Hanna (also used the name Robert Hanna, and John Wilson), born New York City, February 8, 1841; pre-war occupation, mariner; enlisted in the Confederate Army, at Mobile, Alabama, 1861 or 1862, and deserted at the first opportunity; made his way back to New York, where he enlisted, 1862 or 1863, as landsman in the Union Navy; served on the USS North Carolina and the USS Memphis; after his discharge in 1864, he left New York on the vessel Lyttleton and settled in Sydney, Australia; married Selina Deane, October 9, 1869, in Sydney; John died in Sydney in 1910, and is buried at St. Luke's Cemetery, Liverpool, New South Wales. [Parker 64-66.]

Cornelius Hart (also C. Heart, C. Hark), born Ireland; enlisted as private, company E, 4th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 211; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John Hart, see John Heart.

Samuel Hartley (also S. Hatly, S. Heartley), born England; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 29, 1861, as private, companies H and A, 16th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 6, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 214; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Jonathan C. Haygood, enlisted at Camp Holmes, North Carolina, September 27, 1863, as private, company H, 13th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted January 15, 1864, but rejoined the company prior to May 6, 1864, when he was captured at Wilderness, Virginia, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released May 17, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 5, 359 & 700.]

Theodore Laurent Hazelmann, born in Luxembourg, Belgium, August 14, 1840; worked pre-war on the merchant vessel John Carver, loading coal from Philadelphia, for Key West Florida; captured by the privateer Jeff Davis and was taken to St. Augustine, Florida, then to Jacksonville and to Fernandina; states that he was compelled to enlisted in the Confederate Army, as private, company F, 8th Florida Infantry; captured at the second battle of Manassas (Bull Run), and sent to Baltimore, Maryland, then to Fort Delaware, Delaware; probably took the Oath of Allegiance and was released; enlisted in the Union Navy at Brooklyn, August 18, 1863, and served on the USS North Carolina and the USS Fort Jackson; left New York in July 1864, and arrived in Melbourne, Australia, aboard the Maryderke; worked as a stockman and eventually settled in the town of Kyabram; married Eliza Blunt, date not specified; died at Kyabram, June 21, 1934. [Parker 69-70.]

John Heart (surname also shown as Hart), born Alamance County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Alamance County, June 21, 1861, aged 22, as private, company K, 6th Regiment North Carolina State Troops; wounded slightly in the arm at Gaines' Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released January 26, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Commodore Morris and the USS Montgomery; discharged June 30, 1865. [NCT 4, 385 & 712; Maryland Roster 62.]

John C. Hendricks, enlisted February 22, 1862, as private, company H, 3rd Battalion Georgia Volunteer Infantry; transferred to company K, 37th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 6, 1863; wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 20, 1863; captured at Adairsville, Georgia, May 18, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 110.]

Benjamin Henrich, enlisted as private, 13th Regiment Louisiana Cavalry (Partisan Rangers); captured at Shilo Church, September 4, 1863 [?], and sent to the Military Prison at Alton, Illinois, October 12, 1863; indicated as being a deserter; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [Booth 2, 272.]

Charles B. Henslee (or Hensley), enlisted July 24, 1861, as private, company H, 1st Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry (Ramsey's); mustered out at Augusta, Georgia, March 18, 1862; enlisted as private, company C, 52nd Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 10, 1862; captured and paroled at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July, 1863; exchanged October 8, 1863; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 20, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 1, 287 & 5, 469.]

Mathew Herman, born Germany; enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, March 12, 1862, as private, company H, 25th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Harrodsburg, Kentucky, October 11, 1862, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky, then to Vicksburg, Mississippi, where he was exchanged December 22, 1862; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 6, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 282; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Jack Hermon, enlisted as private, company E, 16th and 25th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 283.]

William D. Hess, born North Carolina; enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company D, 39th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; deserted November 22, 1863, and captured by Union forces at Brown's Ferry, Tennessee, November 25, 1863; sent to Rock Island, Illinois, where he took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 4, 284; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Daniel Hicks, enlisted at Camp Vance, North Carolina, February 15, 1864, as private, company

E, 13th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Wilderness, Virginia, May 6, 1864, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released May 17, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 5, 331.]

John Robert Hilburn (or Robert M. Hillburn), enlisted August 2, 1861, as private, company C, 3rd Battalion Georgia Volunteer Infantry; transferred to company I, 37th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 6, 1863; captured at Mount (or Morris) Church, Georgia, June 7, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, July 21, 1864. [GARosters 4, 99.]

Charles Hildebrand (surname also shown as Hilderbrant), born Germany; enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, July 18, 1861, as private, company C, 21st (Kennedy's) Louisiana Infantry; also shown on the rolls of company F, 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 16, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, 1864; see next entry. [Booth 2, 305; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Chas. F. Hildebrand, enlisted as private, company F, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864; probably the same person shown in the previous entry. [Booth 2, 305.]

Dedrick Hildebrand (or Hilderbrand), born Germany; enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company E, 11th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Infantry; transferred to company E, 47th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 12, 1862; captured at Ringgold, Georgia, November 27, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky, December 11, 1863; sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 5, 47; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Alfred Hilliard, Jr., resided Watauga County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, domestic; enlisted at Watauga County, July 15, 1862, aged 18, as private, company I, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured (or deserted to the enemy) at Resaca, Georgia, May 16, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 21, 1864; transferred to Alton, Illinois, May 25, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 391.]

Fulton Hillman, enlisted as private, company D, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 5, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 312.]

John W. Hilton (first name also shown as Jonathan), born North Carolina; enlisted as private, company L, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops (no place and date of enlistment reported, but assumed to be in the autumn of 1863); captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 11, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 14, 1863; released on or about February 5, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 411; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Brazil Hinson (also B. Henson, B. Hanson, Brazille Hinson), born Louisiana; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, company I, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Ringgold, Georgia, November 28, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 11, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 14, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 317; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Solomon Hitchcock, enlisted at Guilford County, North Carolina, February 24, 1863, as private, company A, 6th Regiment North Carolina State Troops; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released June 24, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 4, 276 & 713.]

Mike Hoban (also M. Hobson; M. Hoborn; Michael Hoban), born Ireland; enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, July 23, 1861, as private, New company E, 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured near Lafayette, September 13, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, September 21, 1863; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, September 23, 1863, then to Rock Island, Illinois, January 17, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 320; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John Hoffman (also John Huffman), enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, April 9, 1861, as private, companies A and C, 1st (Strawbridge's) Louisiana Infantry; captured near Chickamauga, Georgia, as a deserter, September 19, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, October 1, 1863; transferred to Camp Douglas, Illinois, October 2, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, May 24, 1864. [Booth 2, 328.]

John Holder, resided Wake County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, hireling; enlisted at Wake County, May 1, 1861, aged 20, as private, company E, 14th Regiment North Carolina Troops; wounded and captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863, or at South Mountain, Pennsylvania [?], July 4, 1863, and confined at Fort McHenry, Maryland, and at Fort Delaware, Delaware; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 15-18, 1863; released January 24, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Montgomery; discharged June 20, 1865. [NCT 5, 438 & 702; Maryland Roster 65.]

Silas M. Holland, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company H, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Adairsville, Georgia, May 18, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 407.]

Allen H. Hooker, born Randolph County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, laborer; resided in Rowan County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, miller; enlisted at Rowan County, July 4, 1862, aged 32, as private, company C, 57th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, aged 40; served as landsman on the USS Brandywine and the USS Commodore Morris; sent to the Naval Hospital at Norfolk, Virginia, at an unspecified date; discharged October 15, 1864. [NCT 14, 130; Morris Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 66.]

James P. Houston, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 29, 1861, as private, companies D, A and H, 16th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 363.]

Henry Harrison Hyde, born Georgia; enlisted June 11, 1861, as private, company C, 3rd Battalion Georgia Volunteer Infantry; transferred to company I, 37th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 6, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, prior to February 5, 1864. [GARosters 4, 99; Illinois Naval Listings.]

George A. Ireland, born Maryland; enlisted at Waterloo, Mississippi, August 15, 1861, as private, company E, 4th Battalion Louisiana Infantry; captured at Chattanooga, Tennessee, as a deserter, November 24, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 409; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Solomon C. Isaacs, resided in, and enlisted at Watauga County, North Carolina, April 1, 1864, aged 18, as private, company I, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured (or deserted to the enemy) at Cassville, Georgia, May 19 or 20, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 29, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, June 1, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 392.]

John A. Jackson, enlisted as private, company G, 1st Louisiana Cavalry; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 17, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred June 10, 1864. [Booth 2, 418.]

James W. Johnson, born 1838, in Georgia; enlisted at Apalachicola, Florida, August 29, 1861, in company I, 4th Florida Infantry; wounded in the head at Chickamauga, September 20, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 446; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John H. Johnson (surname also shown as Johnston), born Guilford County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Guilford County, April 29, 1862, aged 17, as private (substitute for Burrel Johnson), company F, 54th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released January 22, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, as landsman, and served on the USS Brandywine, USS Commodore Morris and the USS North Carolina; discharged June 27, 1865. [NCT 13, 301; Morris Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 70.]

Lott W. Johnson, born in 1829; enlisted March 4, 1862, as sergeant, company E, 50th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois, January 6, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [GARosters 5, 321.]

William B. Johnson, enlisted March 10, 1862, as private, company C, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 15, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 363.]

Charles Jolly (also Charles Julee), enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, March 1, 1862, as private, company B, 30th Regiment Louisiana Infantry; captured near Atlanta, Georgia, August 5, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, August 12, 1864; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, August 13, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, April 22, 1865. [Booth 2, 464.]

John Jones, enlisted as private, company E, 8th Regiment Georgia State Troops, November 7, 1861; mustered out at Savannah, Georgia, May, 1862; enlisted as private, Infantry Battalion, Smith's Legion, Georgia Volunteers, May 12, 1862; transferred to company H, 65th Regiment Georgia Infantry, March, 1863; deserted from line of battle near Adairsville, Georgia, May 18, 1864; captured at Kingston, Georgia, May 18, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 6, 667.]

Peter Kalbfleisch (also shown as Kolbflinch and Kalbleisch), born Kentucky; enlisted April 28, 1861, as private, company E, 4th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; appointed musician; transferred to company G; captured at Cleveland, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy in 1863, and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 1, 593; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Alex Kecefer, enlisted as private, company H, 1st Louisiana Infantry; captured at Somersett, Ohio, July 19, 1863, and sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, December, 1863. [Booth 2, 507.]

Alexander Keif (surname also shown as Keefe), born Tennessee; enlisted at Chattanooga, Tennessee, June 25, 1862, as private, company H, 1st Louisiana Cavalry; captured at Somersett, Kentucky, July 31, or August 1, 1863, and sent to Camp Nelson, Kentucky; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, August 12, 1863; transferred to Camp Douglas, Illinois, August 24, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, December, 1863. [Booth 2, 513; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John Kemper, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private (later promoted corporal), companies G and E, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Stone's River/Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 31, 1862, and sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois, March 31, 1863; exchanged at City Point, Virginia, April 6, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 532.]

John Kennedy, enlisted as private, company B, 12th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Martinsburg, Virginia, July 25, 1863, and sent to Fort Delaware, Delaware; enlisted in the Union Navy, and reported March 17, 1864. [Booth 2, 537.]

John Kennedy, born Ireland, resident of New York; enlisted as private, company B, 14th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 4, 1863, and sent to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 31, 1863, then to Fort Delaware, Delaware, November 3, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, March 16, 1864. [Booth 2, 537.]

John W. Kennedy, born May 18, 1842; enlisted at Apalachicola, Florida, July 17, 1861, in company B, 4th Florida Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863 and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864; died May 15, 1897, and buried in Westville Cemetery, Holmes County, Florida. [Hartman 1, 381.]

John Kenney, enlisted as private, company C, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 543.]

John A. Kenney, enlisted June 14, 1861, as private, company C, 18th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 2, 640.]

Peter Kent, enlisted February 25, 1862, as private, company H, 3rd Battalion Georgia Volunteer Infantry; transferred to company K, 37th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 6, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [GARosters 4, 111.]

William Keorner, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, March 30, 1862, as private, company C, 1st (Strawbridge's) Louisiana Infantry; captured at Resaca, Georgia, as a deserter, May 16, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, May 21, 1864; transferred to Alton, Illinois, May 23, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [Booth 2, 547.]

William Kethley, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, December 11, 1861, as private, company F, 19th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 6, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 6, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 553.]

Fred Krail, enlisted August 26, 1861, as private, company I, 1st Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry (Olmstead's); captured at Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia, June 15, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, date unknown; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, July 6, 1864. [GARosters 1, 203.]

John Laffey (or Lappey), enlisted as a private in Captain Way's Independent Company Georgia Infantry, Forest City Rangers, July 18, 1861; mustered out November 18, 1861; enlisted as a private in company D, 1st Regiment Georgia Infantry (Olmstead's), January 3, 1862; captured at Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia, June 16, 1864; confined at Rock Island, Illinois, where he was released on enlisting in the Union Navy, July 6, 1864. [GARosters 1, 154.]

David C. Lamb, resided in Randolph County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, mechanic or farmer; enlisted at Randolph County, June 5, 1861, aged 20, as private, company I, 22nd Regiment North Carolina Troops; hospitalized at Richmond, Virginia, October 24, 1862, with gunshot wound of the hand and/or right hip, place and date of wounding not reported; captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863; confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware; released on or about March 16, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy; served on the USS Princeton, USS Pocahontas and the USS North Carolina. [NCT 7, 88.]

Thomas B. Ledbetter, resided in Rutherford County, North Carolina; enlisted at Polk County, North Carolina, March 1, 1863, aged about 22, as private, company G, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted November 23, 1863, but returned March 24, 1864, and was promptly placed under arrest; returned to duty prior to May 15 or 16, 1864, when he was captured at Resaca, Georgia, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 21, 1864; transferred to Alton, Illinois, May 25, 1864; released January 9, 1865, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 564.]

James H. Ledford, born Yancey County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Mitchell County, North Carolina, June 10, 1862, aged 19, as private, company K, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 20, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 29, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, June 1, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 401.]

Simon Lee, enlisted March 14, 1863, as private, company C, 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 1, 667.]

William Lee, born Ireland; enlisted as private, company I, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 5, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 10, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 709; Illinois Naval Listings.]

George Eli Lentz, enlisted at Alamance County, North Carolina, June 14, 1862, aged 17, as private, company A, 6th Regiment North Carolina State Troops; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released June [January] 24, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Commodore Morris and the USS Montgomery. [NCT 4, 277 & 720; Maryland Roster 77.]

John R. Little (middle initial also shown as B.), born Georgia [Morris Muster Roll shows his birthplace as Orleans Parish, Louisiana, and occupation as cotton spinner]; resident of Augusta, Georgia; pre-war occupation, overseer; marital status, married; enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, February 20, 1862, aged 25; as private, company G, 5th Louisiana Infantry; promoted corporal, May 4, 1863; captured at Rappahannock, Virginia, November 7, 1863; sent to Washington, D.C., November 11, 1863, then to Point Lookout, Maryland; took the Oath of Allegiance, January 23, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Brandywine, and as second class fireman on the USS Commodore Morris; also served on the USS North Carolina; discharged June 24, 1865. [Booth 2, 770; Morris Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 78.]

Alexander M. Long, resided in Person County, North Carolina; enlisted at Wake County, North Carolina, July 15, 1862, aged 23, as private, 2nd company C, 2nd Regiment North Carolina State Troops; captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania sometime between July 1 and 5, 1863, and confined at DeCamp General Hospital, Davids Island, New York Harbor, July 17-24, 1863; transferred, October 24, 1863, to Fort Wood, Bedloe's Island, New York Harbor; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, December 17, 1863, from which he was released after taking the Oath of Allegiance, January 26, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Brandywine, USS Minnesota, USS Monticello and the USS Unadilla; discharged November 8, 1864. [NCT 3, 407 & 695; Maryland Roster 78.]

And. J. Long, enlisted as private, company I, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 785.]

Oliver Powell Lonon, born McDowell County, North Carolina; resided, as a farmer, in Burke County, North Carolina; enlisted at Mc Dowell County, July 14, 1862, aged 29, as private, company F, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; promoted corporal, March or April, 1863; captured near Dallas, Georgia, May 26, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, June 3, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, June 6, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 351.]

Lewis L. Lord (first name also shown as Louis), born 1844, in Alabama; enlisted at Apalachicola, Florida, August 29, 1861, in company B, 4th Florida Infantry; captured at Chattanooga, November 28, 1863, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 381; Illinois Naval Listings.]

James T. Loveless, enlisted April 29, 1862, as private, company H, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; appointed corporal at an unspecified date; captured at Adairsville, Georgia, May 17, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 407.]

Perry Loyd, resided in, and enlisted at Wake County, North Carolina, January 21, 1862, aged 17, as private, company I, 1st Regiment North Carolina State Troops; wounded in action at Ellerson's Mill, Virginia, June 26, 1862; captured in Maryland, June 20, 1863, and confined at Fort McHenry, Maryland; sent to Fort Delaware, Delaware, July 12, 1863; transferred sometime between October 15 and 18, 1863, to Point Lookout, Maryland; released after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 3, 240 & 695.]

John Lucas, born Tennessee; enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, April 9, 1861, as private, companies B and F, 1st (Strawbridge's) Louisiana Infantry; also served as private, company F, 1st Louisiana Cavalry; deserted his company on the road between Shelbyville and Tullahoma, June 28, 1863, and captured at Shelbyville, Tennessee, June 30, 1863; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, August 10, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, July 21, 1864. [Booth 2, 808; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Martin Lynch, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 19, 1861, as private, company C, 20th Louisiana Infantry; also served as private, companies B and D, 13th Louisiana Infantry, and in the 11th Louisiana Regiment; wounded and captured at Murfreesboro, January 5, 1863; exchanged at City Point, Virginia, April 11, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; sent to Rock Island, Illinois, December 8, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 24 or 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 819.]

Thomas Madden, born Ireland, resident of New Orleans, Louisiana; pre-war occupation, laborer, marital status, married; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, June 7, 1861, aged 29, as private, company D, 7th Louisiana Infantry; deserted and captured near Winchester, Hampshire County, Virginia, August 3, 1863; sent to Wheeling, West Virginia, then to Camp Chase, Ohio, September 3, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, January 24, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 833.]

Robert A. Mann, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company G, 39th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; appointed corporal, March 1864; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 20, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 313.]

Lewis Mapell, enlisted as drum major, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 867.]

Hugh Mappelli, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private (later promoted drum major), companies D and E, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tenneessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 868.]

William Martin, enlisted as private, company C, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [Booth 2, 900.]

Posey Mason (full name Humphrey Posey Mason), born June 3, 1844, Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina; enlisted September 6, 1862, at Bolivar, Alabama, in the 18th Battalion, Alabama Infantry, then in company I, 7th Tennessee Infantry, October 1, 1862, at Shelbyville, Tennessee; captured at Trenton, Georgia, November 20, 1863; sent to Louisville, Kentucky, then to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, February 5, 1864, and transferred to Camp Douglas, Illinois; served aboard the USS Florida; discharged July, 1865, at Pensacola, Florida; Posey had two brothers who served in the Confederate Army, and received Confederate state pensions after the war, while Posey received a much higher United States government pension; married America Clementine Corbitt, at Winchester, Franklin County, Tennessee, November 7, 1865; died June 10, 1911, at Rose Bud, White County, Arkansas; buried at Mount Hebron Cemetery, Joy, White County, Arkansas. [Information provided by Dale Thomas, Porterville, California, in an e-mail (dalth@ocsnet.net) dated Monday, February 17, 2003.]

Paul Edward Masters, born St. Augustine, Florida, January 25, 1842, father, John S. Masters; moved to Savannah, Georgia, 1858; enlisted May 24, 1861 at St. Augustine, Florida, in company B, 3rd Florida Infantry; slightly wounded at Perryville, October 8, 1862; captured at Dallas, Georgia, May 28, 1864, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864; married Julia Fisher, October 11, 1866; died at Savannah, Georgia, November 7, 1927, and buried at Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah. [Hartman 1, 279.]

Richard Maudsley, served as corporal, 21st Louisiana Artillery; captured at Warren County, Mississippi, July 4, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [Booth 2, 918.]

David L. Mauldin, enlisted March 10, 1862, as private, company K, 43rd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured September 20, 1862 (place not specified); took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy at Camp Douglas, Illinois, May 24, 1864. [GARosters 4, 723.]

Urban C. May, resided in, and enlisted at Davie County, North Carolina, August 4, 1862, aged 19, as private, company F, 13th Regiment North Carolina Troops; wounded and captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, sometime between July 1 and 5, 1863; hospitalized at Davids Island, New York Harbor; transferred to Fort Wood, Bedloe's Island, New York Harbor, on or about October 24, 1863; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, December 17, 1863; released January 23, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Montgomery; discharged June 20, 1865. [NCT 5, 343 & 713; Maryland Roster 84.]

Peter McArdle (surname also shown as McArdley), born Ireland; enlisted May 11, 1861, as private, company C, 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; later appointed corporal, and then sergeant, and elected 2nd lieutenant, dates unspecified; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky, then to Rock Island, Illinois, December 8, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 1, 667; Illinois Naval Listings.]

J. McCanna, enlisted as private, company E, 16th and 25th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 1135.]

John McDonald, born 1845; enlisted at Apalachicola, Florida, August 21, 1861, in company B, 4th Florida Infantry; appointed musician, December 25, 1861; deserted to Union forces at Clinton, Mississippi, July 7, 1863; sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois and released in December, 1863, after joining the Union Navy. [Hartman 1, 382.]

Daniel A. McDougald (surname also shown as McDugald), resided in, and enlisted at Harnett County, North Carolina, May 18, 1861, aged 26, as private, company F, 15th Regiment North Carolina Troops; wounded in the knee at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862; returned to duty, January or February, 1863; captured at Bristoe Station, Virginia, October 14, 1863, and confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 27, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Monticello; deserted August 19, 1864. [NCT 5, 564 & 711; Maryland Roster 80.]

John E. McEntyre, resided in Buncombe County, North Carolina; enlisted November 2, 1861, aged 18, as private, company D, 39th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 19, 1864, and confined at Louisville, Kentucky, May 24, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, May 25, 1864, from which he was released on or about June 10, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 10, 147.]

Daniel A. McFalls (middle initial also shown as D.), born South Carolina; resided in Buncombe County, North Carolina; enlisted January 21, 1862, aged 19, as private, company C, 29th North Carolina Troops; captured at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 19 or 20, 1863; sent to Nashville, Tennessee; confined at Louisville, Kentucky, October 1, 1863; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, October 2, 1863; released at Camp Douglas on December 26, 1863, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 8, 261; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William H. McGawley (surname also shown as McGaley), born Alabama; enlisted as private, company D, 63rd Louisiana Infantry; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 18, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois, from Louisville, Kentucky, May 25, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 19, 1864. [Booth 2, 1191; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Michael McGrath, born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, companies C and K, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 6, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois. [Booth 2, 1203; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Thomas McIntyre, born Alabama; enlisted as private, Watson Battery Louisiana; captured at Graysville, Kentucky, November 27, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 13, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 1212; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John McKenna, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, March 14, [1862?], as private, company H, 25th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 25, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, February 5, 1864. [Booth 2, 1215.]

M. McLaughlin, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, companies B and D, 13th Louisiana Infantry; may have also served briefly in the 11th Louisiana Regiment; captured, as a deserter, at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 1223.]

Patrick McMahon, enlisted August 26, 1861, as private, company K, 1st Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry (Olmstead's); captured at Fort Pulaski, Georgia, April 11, 1862; exchanged at Aiken's Landing, Virginia, August 5, 1862; captured at Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia, June 15, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, July 6, 1864. [GARosters 1, 210.]

James McMullin (surname also shown as McMullan), born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, company B, 14th (Austin's) Battalion Louisiana Sharpshooters; also served as sergeant, company H, 11th Louisiana Regiment; captured at Chickamauga, Georgia, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 1236; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Frank (Miller) Melzler, served as musician, company G, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 946.]

Samuel L. Mendes (name also shown as Samuel T. Menders), born Jamaica; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 13, 1861, as private, company B, 14th (Austin's) Battalion Sharp Shooters; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 6, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 946; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Lewis W. Meriman (surname also shown as Merriman), born North Carolina; enlisted Madison County, North Carolina, September 15, 1862, as private, company I, 64th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, September 24, 1863; released December, 1863, on enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 15, 251; Illinois Naval Listings.]

A.B. Merrill, enlisted as private, company L, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops (place and date of enlistment not reported, but assumed to be in the autumn of 1863); captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 413.]

William Meyer, enlisted May 4, 1862, as private, company I, 46th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Kingston, Georgia, May 19, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 1015.]

George Michael, enlisted January 20, 1862, as private, company G, 36th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 16, 1864, and sent to the Military Prison at Alton, Illinois, May 25, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 3, 988.]

John H. Miller, enlisted at Watauga County, North Carolina, July 15, 1862, as private, company I, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 17, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 23, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance, and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 392.]

Samuel Miller, resided in Mitchell or Yancey County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, laborer; enlisted at Camp Reynolds, North Carolina, September 1, 1862, aged 19, as private, company B, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; transferred to company G of the same Regiment, June 30, 1863; deserted near Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 17, 1863, but returned to duty on an unspecified date; deserted to the enemy near Dallas or Cassville, Georgia, on or about May 20, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 29, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, June 1, 1864; released on or about June 10, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 368.]

Hilliard Mills, see Hilliard Mims.

James Mills, enlisted as private, company A, 9th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Webster, Virginia, May 16, 1864, and sent to Wheeling, West Virginia, June 11, 1864; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, where he enlisted in the Union Navy, July 21, 1864. [Booth 2, 989.]

Hilliard Mims (surname also shown as Mills), born North Carolina; enlisted at Bluff Springs, Florida, April 30, 1862, in company I, (New) 1st Florida Infantry; captured, November 25, 1863, at Missionary Ridge, and confined at Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 132; Illinois Naval Listings.]

George Mitchell, enlisted as a private, company A, 4th Louisiana Cavalry; captured at Stafford, Kentucky, March 24, 1864, and sent to Camp Nelson, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, March 24, 1864; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, April 3, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, July 20, 1864. [Booth 2, 998.]

James Mitchell, enlisted as private, company A, James' Battalion Louisiana; captured at Stafford, Kentucky, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, March 30, 1864; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, April 2, 1864; took the Oath of Allegiance, June 10, 1864, and enlisted in the Union Navy, July 21, 1864. [Booth 2, 999.]

William M. (or W.T.) Mitchell, born Virginia; enlisted March 11, 1862, as corporal, company D, 36th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; appointed sergeant, 1862; detailed in Nitre and Mining Bureau, 1862; captured at Etowah, Georgia, May 23, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, July 6, 1864. [GARosters 3, 956; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Xavier Mitler, enlisted at Fort Berwick, June 5, 1861, as musician, company G, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 1001.]

Thomas Mock, born Forsyth County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, cabinetmaker; enlisted at Wake County, North Carolina, March 19, 1862, aged 34, as private, company F, 54th Regiment North Carolina Troopscaptured near Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 4, 1863, and confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.; transferred to Fort Delaware, Delaware, May 7, 1863; received at City Point, Virginia, May 23, 1863, for exchange; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Monticello; discharged July 19, 1865. [NCT 13, 302; Maryland Roster 86.]

Domingo Moise, enlisted as private, company K, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois. [Booth 2, 1007.]

William H. Moonyham (name also shown as William E. Moneyham), born Tennessee; enlisted at Cocke County, Tennessee, September 6, 1862, as private, company H, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 572; Illinois Naval Listings.]

J.F. Moore, enlisted at Madison County, North Carolina, April 5, 1862, as private, company B, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; listed as a deserter, August 1, 1863, but returned from desertion on March 25, 1864; captured at or near Adairsville, Georgia on or about May 18, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 24, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, May 27, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 519.]

John Moore, enlisted February 5, 1863, as private, company B, 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 1, 660.]

James Moran, born Ireland; enlisted May 11, 1861, as private, company C, 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; appointed corporal at an unspecified date; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 1, 668; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William Morris, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, company C, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864 (Roll of Naval enlistments of that date indicate, incorrectly, that he was from the 36th Alabama Infantry). [Booth 2, 1061.]

William Morton, born Canada; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, company C, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry (also shown as private, companies B and C, 13th Louisiana Infantry); wounded and captured at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, January 5, 1863; exchanged at City Point, Virginia, April 12, 1863; captured again, at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [Booth 2, 1068.]

Samuel E. Mosely, born Carter County, Tennessee; enlisted at Mitchell County, North Carolina, June 10, 1862, aged 17, as private, company A, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; promoted corporal sometime between July and October, 1863; reduced to private sometime between November, 1863 and February, 1864; captured near Dalton, Georgia, May 12, 1864, or captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 16, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 21, 1864; transferred to Alton, Illinois, May 25, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 285.]

Richard Moudsley (also borne on Rolls as R. Mandelery), enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, June 15, 1861, as private (later promoted corporal), company B, 21st (Patton's) Louisiana Infantry; wounded in Vicksburg, Mississippi, May 22, 1863, and captured there, July 4, 1863; paroled at the Marine Hospital, Vicksburg, Mississippi, and sent to the Gratiot Street Military Prison, St. Louis, Missouri, January 18, 1864l transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, February 1, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [Booth 2, 1075.]

Patrick Mulhern, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, company A, 14th (Austin's) Battalion Louisiana Sharpshooters; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 2, 1082.]

John C. Murray, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, company A, 14th (Austin's) Battalion Louisiana Sharpshooters; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863; may have been wounded at capture, as he was admitted to the United States General Hospital No. 3, at Nashville, Tennessee, then sent to the Pest House Hospital, Nashville, January 7, 1864; forwarded to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, March 20, 1864; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, March 26, 1864; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, July 21, 1864. [Booth 2, 1109.]

John Nance, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company B, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; absent without leave, November 25, 1863, and captured at Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 26, 1863; sent to Rock Island, Illinois, where he took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, July 6, 1864. [GARosters 4, 356.]

William M. Newman, born South Carolina; enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company H, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, February 5, 1864. [GARosters 4, 408; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Thomas J. Nichols, enlisted at Forsyth County, Georgia, July 22, 1861, as private, company D, 2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry; captured at Roanoke Island, February 8, 1862; paroled at Elizabeth City, North Carolina, February 21, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, sometime between July 3 and 5, 1863, and confined at Fort McHenry, Maryland; transferred to Fort Delaware, Delaware, July 9, 1863; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 18, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, February 22, 1864. [NCT 3, 298 & 701.]

John H. Norwood, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company I, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; deserted, October 1, 1863, and captured by Union forces at Calhoun, Georgia, May 18, 1864; sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 415.]

William O'Connell, born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, companies B and A, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863 (or Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 26, 1863), and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 20, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois. [Booth 3, 9; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Patrick O'Neil, born Ireland; enlisted as private, company F, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 36; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Robert J. Orr, enlisted June 15, 1861, as private, company E, 12th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; deserted July 13, 1863, and captured at New Creek, Virginia, as a Confederate deserter, July 20, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy at Camp Chase, Ohio, July 21, 1864. [GARosters 2, 205.]

L.T. Overman, enlisted October 1, 1862, as private, company K, 59th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, February 5, 1864. [GARosters 6, 101.]

Draygon H. Owens, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company B, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863, and paroled there, July 6, 1863; captured near Dallas, Georgia, June 4, 1864, and sent, via Louisville, Kentucky to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy for frontier service [?], October 13, 1864. [GARosters 4, 356.]

Eli C. Owens, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company A, 9th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Infantry; transferred to company D, 37th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 6, 1863; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 16, 1864, and sent to the Military Prison at Alton, Illinois, where he enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 44.]

Joseph Owens, enlisted as private, company I, 5th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Hanover County, Virginia, May 17, 1864, and sent to Fort Monroe, Virginia, May 25, 1864, then to Point Lookout, Maryland, May 27, 1864; released on taking the Oath of Allegiance, June 9, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, October 9, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Alleghany, USS Brandywine, USS Eutaw, USS Vanderbilt and the USS Vermont; discharged July 14, 1865. [Booth 3, 54; Maryland Roster 90.]

John Parish, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, August 21, 1861, as private, companies, F, D and K, 13th Louisiana Infantry; wounded and captured at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 20, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, October 1, 1863; transferred to Camp Douglas, Illinois, October 2, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, January, 1864. [Booth 3, 67.]

Leonard P. Paschal (surname also shown as Paschell), born Georgia; enlisted May 11, 1861, as private, company F, 10th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 2, 43; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Elijah H. Pattillo, enlisted February 20, 1862, as private, company H, 3rd Battalion Georgia Volunteer Infantry; transferred to company K, 37th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 6, 1863; captured at Calhoun, Georgia, May 18, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 112.]

Elijah Green Pennington, born 1841 (death year also indicated to have been 1840), in Vernon, Alabama; son of Benjamin Pennington, jr., and Sarah Luck Pennington; service originally noted to have been in the 22nd Alabama Infantry; served in the Confederate States Navy; captured on the Mississippi River and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in Union Navy, May 20, 1864; married Mary Ann Lee; died 1880; buried in the Elder Cemetery, Campbell, Dunklin County, Missouri. [From Internet site Naval Veterans Buried in Missouri, at http://www.tri.net/~kheidel/mowar/veterans.html; additional, and amended data also provided by descendant Jasper Green Pennington, of Ypsilanti, Michigan, in an e-mail message (muncaster@provide.net) dated June 2, 2006.]

John Pfeiffer, born Germany; enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, July 18, 1861, as private, companies, G and F, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 5, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 5, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 127; Illinois Naval Listings,]

Patrick Phillips, born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, company D, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 136; Illinois Naval Listings.]

James W. Pinson (surname also shown as Pierson), born England; enlisted March 10, 1862, as private, company A, 43rd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 20, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 624; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Julius Pons (also on Rolls as Jules Pons), enlisted at New Orleans, Lousiana, August 12, 1861, as private, companies E and F, 1st (Strawbridge's) Louisiana Infantry; also served in the 21st Louisiana Volunteers; deserted from Dalton, Georgia, February 16, 1864, or from Atlanta, Georgia, May 14, 1864 (Federal records indicate that he was captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 14, 1864), and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, May 18, 1864; transferred to Alton, Illinois, May 25, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [Booth 3, 169.]

John Potter, resided in, and enlisted at Perquimans County, North Carolina, April 28, 1862, aged 27, as private, company F, 11th Regiment North Carolina Troops; may have also served previously as private, company I, 17th Regiment North Carolina Troops (1st Organization); captured at Bristoe Station, Virginia, October 14, 1863, and confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 27, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Commodore Jones and the USS Osceola; deserted January 3, 1865. [NCT 5, 63 & 719; Maryland Roster 93.]

John Powers, born Newfoundland; enlisted April 15, 1862, as private, company A, 11th Battalion Georgia Infantry; transferred to company A, 47th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 12, 1862; captured at Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 26, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 5, 10; Illinois Naval Listings.]

James Preston, born Ireland; enlisted as a private, company G, either in the 19th Alabama Infantry or the 19th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 198; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John Price, enlisted February 1, 1862, as private, company B, 36th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Calhoun, Georgia, May 17, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 3, 945.]

Thomas Price, born Ireland; enlisted at Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 30, 1862, as private, company I, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; also served in company H, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Shiloh, Tennessee, April 7, 1862, and admitted to a Union General Hospital at St. Louis, Missouri, April 19, 1862, for an unspecified affliction; transferred to Gratiot Street Military Prison, St. Louis, Missouri, July 19, 1862, then to the Military Prison at Alton, Illinois, August 7, 1862; exchanged at Aikens Landing, Virginia, November 11, 1862; wounded at Murfreesboro, date not specified; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 203; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John A. Pulley, resided in Wake County, North Carolina, where he enlisted, August 2, 1861, aged 17, as private, company I, 1st Regiment North Carolina State Troops; wounded in action at Ellerson's Mill, Virginia, June 26, 1862; deserted and surrendered to Union forces at Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, June 23, 1863; confined at Fort Mifflin, Pennsylvania; released after taking the Oath of Allegiance, December 2, 1863, and enlisting in the United States Marine Corps. [NCT 3, 242.]

Michael Quillen (surname also shown as Quillin), born Ireland; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, companies A and B, 13th Louisiana Infantry; also served in the 11th Louisiana Infantry; promoted sergeant, September 1, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, or Chickamauga, Georgia, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 224; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John R. Raspberry (middle initial also shown as A.), born Johnson County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, painter; resided in, and enlisted at New Hanover County, North Carolina, July 26, 1862, as private, company E, 61st Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Morris Island, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, August 26, 1863, and confined at Hilton Head, South Carolina, September 1, 1863; transferred to Fort Columbus, New York, September 22, 1863, then to Point Lookout, Maryland, September 26, 1863; released January 26, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, aged 16, and served as landsman on the USS Brandywine, USS Commodore Reed and the USS Jasmine; discharged March 6, 1866. [NCT 14, 702; Brandywine Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 95.]

James Redman, enlisted at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 27, 1862; as private, company D, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; also on the rolls of company C, 20th Louisiana Infantry; transferred from the 11th Louisiana Regiment, August 25, 1862; wounded and captured at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, January 2, 1863, and sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois; exchanged at City Point, Virginia, April 4, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 265.]

Thomas Shepherd Rice, born North Carolina; previously served as private, Captain Lawrence M. Allen's Independent Cavalry Company (company A, 5th Battalion North Carolina Cavalry); enlisted, at Madison County, North Carolina, July 17, 1862, aged 28, as private, company F, 64th Regiment North Carolina Troops; promoted sergeant prior to November 1, 1862; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, September 24, 1863; released December, 1863, on enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 15, 228; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John L. Rich, enlisted at Burke County, North Carolina, September 22, 1862, as private, company A, 6th Regiment North Carolina State Troops; wounded in the shoulder at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 1, 1863; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released on January 23, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 4, 279 & 735.]

George Rickie, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, March 12, 1862, as private, company H, 25th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 6, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 317.]

James Ridens, enlisted at Madison County, North Carolina, April 5, 1862, as private, company B, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 18, 1862, but rejoined the company in March or April, 1863, and was court-martialed; returned to duty May 7, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 5, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 521.]

John Riley, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, companies C and K, 13th Louisiana Infantry; promoted corporal at an unspecified date, then sergeant, October 1, 1862; wounded and captured at Murfreesboro, January 2, 1863, and sent, as a prisoner of war, to the General Hospital at Louisville, Kentucky, February 15, 1863; exchanged at City Point, Virginia, April 12, 1863; captured at Kingston, Georgia, May 19, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, May 28, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [Booth 3, 324.]

John Roark, born 1836; resided in Indiana, but moved to Florida for employment; enlisted April 2, 1861, at Tallahassee, Florida, in company A, (Old) 1st Florida Infantry; re-enlisted January 4, 1862, at Pensacola, Florida, in company B, (New) 1st Florida Infantry; wounded in the foot at Murfreesboro, December 31, 1862; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; took the Oath, May, 1864, and enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [Hartman 1, 8.]

David F. Roberts, resided, as a farmer, in Buncombe County, North Carolina; enlisted at Madison County, North Carolina, July 15, 1862, aged 30, as private, company C, 64th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky; released at Louisville on enlisting in the Union Navy, September 24, 1863. [NCT 15, 201.]

John Rodgers (surname also shown as Rogers), enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, July 31, 1862, as private, company C, 1st (Strawbridge's) Louisiana Infantry; captured at McMinnville, Tennessee, August 29, 1863; also indicated as having been captured at Chattanooga, Tennessee, August 25, 1863; sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, September 8, 1863; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, September 29, 1863; sent to Rock Island, Illinois, January 24, 1864; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [Booth 3, 366 & 374.]

James Rollins, resided in, and enlisted at Wayne County, North Carolina, May 27, 1861, aged 21, as private, company H, 2nd Regiment North Carolina State Troops; captured at Kelly's Ford, Virginia, November 7, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, January 26, 1864. [NCT 3, 458 & 707.]

Wyatt Rose, resided in Ashe County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Ashe County, July 20, 1862, as private, company L, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted at Big Creek Gap, Tennessee, January 26, 1863, but returned to duty on February 28, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 415.]

Patrick Ryan, enlisted as private, company A, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured near Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 11, 1863, and sent to Stevenson, Alabama, then to Nashville, Tennessee, September 18, 1863; transferred to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, September 21, 1863, then to Camp Chase, Ohio, September 22, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, January 27, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois. [Booth 3, 427.]

William T. St. John, enlisted May 14, 1862, as private, company B, 18th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Knoxville, Tennessee, December 3, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, February 5, 1864. [GARosters 2, 633.]

William Washington Sams, born Madison County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Madison County, May 10, 1862, aged 29, as private, company A, 64th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted May 22, 1863, but apprehended and confined in prison; returned to duty prior to September 9, 1863; when he was captured at Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, September 24, 1863; released on enlistment in the Union Navy, January, 1864. [NCT 15, 180.]

J.S. Sanders, enlisted at Madison County, North Carolina, April 5, 1862, as private, company B, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 521.]

Charles Schneider, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, July 18, 1861, as private, New company B, 20th Louisiana Infantry; appointed corporal, May 20, 1862; also appointed sergeant at an unspecified date; captured, as a deserter at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; sent to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 478.]

Samuel G. Scoven, enlisted April 16, 1862, as private, 1st company D, 25th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Calhoun, Georgia, May 17, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 3, 114.]

George Seigler, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, March 12, 1862, as private, company H, 25th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, December 5, 1863, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 6, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 6, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 508.]

Edward H. Seymour (name also shown as Edward H.C. Seymann), born Georgia; enlisted August 15, 1863, as sergeant, company G, 66th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Graysville, Georgia, November 27, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, February 5, 1864. [GARosters 6, 739; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Robert Shannon, born Tennessee; enlisted April 12, 1862, as private, company C, 11th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured in Hampshire County, (?), Virginia, August 10, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 2, 97; Illinois Naval Listings.]

James H. Sherrod (surname also shown as Sherrad), born Louisiana; enlisted at Monroe, Louisiana, March 2, 1863, as private in Captain Moody's Company (Madison Light Artillery) Louisiana Artillery; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 4, 1863; sent to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, February 5, 1864. [Booth 3, 545; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William D. Simmons, resident of Georgia; enlisted at Cherokee County, North Carolina, September 4, 1861, aged 22, as private, company A, 39th Regiment North Carolina Troops; wounded in the right arm and captured at or near Resaca, Georgia, May 16, 1864; sent to Nashville, Tennessee; confined at Louisville, Kentucky, May 21, 1864; transferred to Alton, Illinois, May 25, 1864; released, June 10, 1864, on enlisting in the Union Navy; served on the USS Susquehanna. [NCT 10, 118.]

Joseph H. Simpson, enlisted February 27, 1862, as private, company A, 11th Battalion Georgia Infantry; transferred to company A, 47th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 12, 1862; appointed corporal, February, 1863; captured at Kingston, Georgia, May 18, 1864, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, May 24, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 5, 11.]

Joel Skipper (name also shown as James Skiper), born 1827, in Florida; enlisted at Vernon, Florida, September 7, 1861, in company H, 4th Florida Infantry; slightly wounded in the leg at Murfreesboro, January 2, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 26, 1864. [Hartman 1, 439; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Felix Sluder (name also shown as Phelix Slader), born North Carolina; resided in Ashe County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 17, 1863, aged 39, as private, company L, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; released on or about January 25, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 415; Illinois Naval Listings.]

J.N. Smith, enlisted May 10, 1862, as private, company L, 36th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 16, 1864, and sent to Alton, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 3, 1012.]

J.S. Smith, enlisted September 1, 1863, as private, company I, 66th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison, Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1865. [GARosters 6, 760.]

John P. Smith, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, July 18, 1861, as private, companies G and E, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Chickamauga, September 20, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, October 1, 1863, then to Camp Douglas, Illinois, October 2, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, December, 1863. [Booth 3, 621.]

Loran Smith, enlisted as private, company A, 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Chickamauga, Georgia, September, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, October 1, 1863; transferred to Camp Douglas, and enlisted in the Union Navy at an unspecified date; see next entry. [Booth 3, 623.]

Loran Smith, served as private, company A, 26th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 20, 1863, and forwarded to Camp Douglas, Illinois, where he enlisted in the Union Navy, December, 1863; most likely to be the same person as listed in the previous entry. [Booth 3, 623.]

Charles J. Spears, born Kentucky; enlisted as private, company H, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 656; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Joseph J. Spears, enlisted at Camp Lewis, Louisiana, December 21, 1861, as private, company H, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 657.]

Obadiah Sprinkle, resided Wilkes County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Camp Holmes, North Carolina, November 12, 1863, aged 38, as private, company G, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 11, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 14, 1863; released May 23, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 371.]

Barrack Starke, enlisted February 27, 1862, as private, company A, 11th Battalion Georgia Infantry; transferred to company A, 47th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 12, 1862; captured at Calhoun, Georgia, May 17, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 5, 11.]

Peter Steel (surname also shown as Steele), resided in Guilford County, North Carolina, where he enlisted, April 20, 1862, aged 22, as private, company C, 45th Regiment North Carolina Troops; taken sick on the march between Winchester, Virginia, and Front Royal, Virginia, July 22, 1863, and was captured by the enemy; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, August 23, 1863; released, January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Brandywine, USS Calypso and the USS Fort Jackson; discharged August 7, 1865. [NCT 11, 43; Maryland Roster 107.]

Richard P. Steele, born St. John, New Brunswick; enlisted at Bluff Springs, Florida, March 25, 1862, in company I, (New) 1st Florida Infantry; wounded slightly in the head, January 2, 1863, at Murfreesboro; promoted corporal, late 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 133; Illinois Naval Listings.]

David Stevens (surname also shown as Stephens), born Georgia; enlisted February 25, 1863, as private, company C, 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864; also noted on the company rolls as being a deserter, August 26, 1864. [GARosters 1, 670; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Calvin Stewart, born North Carolina; enlisted in Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 16, 1862, in company B, 4th Florida Infantry; deserted at Murfreesboro, November 1, 1862 but was re-captured in mid 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863 and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 384; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John W. Stone, born Halifax, Nova Scotia; enlisted August 10, 1862, as private, company G, 50th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Knoxville, Tennessee, November 29, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [GARosters 5, 346; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John G. Stroud, enlisted October 1, 1861, as private, company I, 29th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 20, 1864, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, June 1, 1864; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 3, 488.]

Tolivar B. Sullivan, enlisted in company G, (New) 1st Florida Infantry [no date or place shown]; captured, May 16, 1864, at Resaca, Georgia, and sent to Alton Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [Hartman 1, 121.]

Thomas P. Swilling, born Georgia; enlisted May 10, 1862, as private, company C, 9th Battalion Georgia Infantry; transferred to company F, 37th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 6, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 4, 70; Illinois Naval Listings.]

William A. Sykes, born Alamance County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, May 28, 1861, aged 25, as private, company F, 6th Regiment North Carolina State Troops; wounded in the jaw at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 4, 1863; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released on June [January] 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Brandywine, USS Calypso and the USS Fort Jackson; discharged August 7, 1865. [NCT 4, 342 & 742; Maryland Roster 109.]

James F. Taylor, enlisted at Camp Walton, Florida, February 28, 1862, in company D, (New) 1st Florida Infantry; captured, May 16, 1864, at Resaca, Georgia, and confined at Alton Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [Hartman 1, 102.]

John Taylor, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, April 12, 1861, as private, company D, 1st (Strawbridge's) Louisiana Infantry; deserted May 14, 1864, at Resaca, Georgia, and was captured by Union forces, May 16, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, May 21, 1864; transferred to Alton, Illinois, May 23, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [Booth 3, 779.]

Benjamin Thompson, born Florida; enlisted at Camp Walton, Florida, March 7, 1862, in company E, (New) 1st Florida Infantry; captured, November 25, 1863, at Missionary Ridge and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 108; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John C. Thompson, enlisted August 27, 1861, as private, 1st company E, 25th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Ringgold, Georgia, November 22, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [GARosters 3, 122.]

Matthew C. Thompson, born Caldwell County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Caldwell County, July 5, 1862, aged 31, as private, company E, 58th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted March 29, 1863, but returned to duty, June 10, 1863; captured near Dallas, Georgia, May 25 or 26, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, and arrived there June 3, 1864; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, at which place he arrived June 6, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 341.]

Dominique Thye, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, companies A and B, 13th Louisiana Infantry; wounded and captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 831.]

Sebron Tipton, resided in Yancey County, North Carolina; enlisted, July 26, 1861, aged 30, as private, company G, 29th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 19, 1863; sent to Nashville, Tennessee; confined at Louisville, Kentucky, September 30, 1863; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, October 2, 1863; released from Camp Douglas, January, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 8, 291.]

A.J. Tolbert, enlisted April 30, 1861, as private, company C, 18th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Knoxville, Tennessee, November 29, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 2, 643.]

James Toomy, enlisted as private, companies E and G, 1st Louisiana Cavalry; captured at Cowan, Tennessee, August 22, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, then to Camp Chase, Ohio, September 1, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, January 24, 1864; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [Booth 3, 849.]

Samuel M. Tow, enlisted at Henderson County, North Carolina, July 10, 1862, as private (substitute for private Hardy A. Russell), company D, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops;; deserted May 25, 1863, but returned to duty August 21, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, December 25, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 29, 1863; released on or about January 25, 1864, after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 540.]

Edward Tracy, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 19, 1861, as private, New company E, 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, December 6, 1863, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 858.]

Jacob Traub (also on Rolls as Jacob Traup), born Germany; enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, July 18, 1861, as private, New company B, 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, December 5, 1863, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 6, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 863; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Sidney Triplett, born Wilkes County, North Carolina, where he resided as a farmer prior to enlisting at Wilkes County, March 4, 1862, aged 21, as private, company K, 53rd Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted to the enemy in Pennsylvania, June 20, 1863, and confined at Fort Mifflin, Pennsylvania, on or about July 4, 1863; released December 2, 1863, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and joining the United States Marine Corps. [NCT 13, 168.]

William Triplett, born Wilkes County, North Carolina, where he resided as a farmer prior to enlisting at Wilkes County, March 8, 1862, aged 19, as private, company K, 53rd Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted to the enemy in Pennsylvania, June 20, 1863, and confined at Fort Mifflin, Pennsylvania, on or about July 4, 1863; released December 2, 1863, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and joining the United States Marine Corps. [NCT 13, 168.]

Frank Turner (also on Rolls as Franklin Turner), born Scotland; enlisted at Monroe, Louisiana, June 4, 1861, as private, company B, 4th Battalion Louisiana Infantry; captured, either at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, or at Graysville, Georgia, November 26, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 10, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 887; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John C. Turner, resided in, and enlisted at Halifax County, North Carolina, July 5, 1861, aged 21, as private, company K, 1st Regiment North Carolina State Troops; captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863 (may have also deserted in Pennsylvania, as Federal Provost Marshal records indicate that he was arrested in the 16th District of Pennsylvania); confined at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, July 22, 1863; transferred to Fort Delaware, Delaware, July 23, 1863; other records indicate his place of capture was Williamsport, Maryland, June 27, 1863; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 18, 1863; released after taking the Oath of Allegiance, January 23, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Monticello, USS Pequot and the USS Agawam. [NCT 3, 255 & 715; Maryland Roster 113.]

Thomas Van Horn, born Ireland; resided in Tyrrell County, North Carolina; enlisted at Norfolk, Virginia; on or about September 23, 1861, aged 25, as private, company A, 32nd Regiment North Carolina Troops; wounded in the left arm and captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, sometime between July 2 and 5, 1863; confined at Fort McHenry, Maryland, July 6, 1863; transferred to Fort Delaware, Delaware, prior to August 1, 1863; released from Fort Delaware on or about March 16, 1864 after enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 9, 16.]

Henry Vogel, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, August 18, 1861, as private, company A, 14th (Austin's) Battalion Louisiana Sharpshooters; wounded in action at Murfreesboro, December 31, 1862; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, December 7, 1863, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 8, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, May 23, 1864. [Booth 3, 943.]

John W. Wadkins, born Wilkes County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, blacksmith; enlisted at Wilkes County, April 5, 1862, aged 26, as private, company G, 54th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted near Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 17, 1863; returned to duty, October 12, 1863; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 13, 317.]

Elias Waldrip (surname also shown as Waldrup), born Georgia; enlisted August 16, 1862, as private, company E, 43rd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 28, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy; transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 4, 670; Illinois Naval Listings.]

John Walker, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 29, 1861, as private, companies F and H, 16th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 5, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 9, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, February 5, 1864. [Booth 3, 965.]

Joseph Wallin (or Walling), enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company E, 39th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 16, 1864, and sent to the Military Prison at Alton, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 298.]

John M. Walraven, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company E, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Dallas, Georgia, June 3, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, July 6, 1864. [GARosters 4, 382.]

Thomas Walsh, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, company B, 13th Louisiana Infantry; wounded in action, and captured at Murfreesboro, January 2, 1863, sent to the Hospital at Ringgold, Georgia; transferred to Camp Morton, Indiana, March 1, 1863; exchanged at City Point, Virginia, April 13, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 984.]

Jesse Ward, born in either Rockingham or Guilford County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Guilford County, July 7, 1862, aged 39, as private, company E, 5th Regiment North Carolina Cavalry; captured near Madison Court House, Virginia, September 22, 1863 and confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, September 26, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 24, 1864, as seaman. [NCT 2, 404.]

Thomas Welsh, enlisted as private, company C, 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 1041.]

John H. West, enlisted at Richmond, Louisiana, May 25, 1861, as private, company A, 4th Battalion Louisiana Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, December 8, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, at an unspecified date.. [Booth 3, 1045.]

George R. (or George B.) Wheeler, enlisted March 11, 1862, as private, company D, 36th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 16, 1864, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky, May 20, 1864; transferred to the Alton Military Prison at Alton, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 3, 963.]

Pharaoh White, enlisted at Buncombe County, North Carolina, May 15, 1862, aged about 27, as private, company K, 60th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 15 or 16, 1864, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee; transferred to Louisville, Kentucky, May 21, 1864; transferred to Alton, Illinois, May 25, 1864; released June 10, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 591.]

Lewis M. Whitley (name also shown as Louis M. Whittley), born White County, Georgia; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted July 4, 1861, as private, company E, 14th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 4, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 22 (or 29), 1864, aged 19 (or 22), at Point Lookout, Maryland; served as landsman aboard the USS Brandywine and the USS Commodore Morris; admitted to the Naval Hospital at Norfolk, Virginia, at an unspecified date; discharged May 29, 1864. [GARosters 2, 373; Morris Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 118.]

John Whittle, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private (later appointed sergeant), companies B and C, 13th Louisiana Infantry; wounded in action, and captured at Murfreesboro, January 2, 1863; sent to the Hospital at Ringgold, Georgia, then to Camp Douglas, Illinois, March 31, 1863; exchanged at City Point, Virginia, April 13, 1863; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863; forwarded to Rock Island, Illinois, December 11, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [Booth 3, 1076.]

James Wilkinson, enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, September 11, 1861, as private, company G, 13th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 20, 1863, and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, October 1, 1863; transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, October 2, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy and sent to the Naval Rendezvous at Camp Douglas, Illinois, December, 1863. [Booth 3, 1086.]

E.R. Williams, enlisted March 11, 1862, as private, company H, 3rd Battalion Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured near Perryville, Kentucky, September, 1862; exchanged in 1862; transferred to company K, 37th Regiment Georgia Infantry, May 6, 1863; captured at Calhoun, Georgia, May 17, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 114.]

John B. Williams, born Chatham County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Wayne County, North Carolina, September 13, 1862, aged 30, as private, company D, 61st Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Kinston, North Carolina, December 14, 1862; paroled December 15, 1862, and returned to duty prior to January 1, 1863; captured at Morris Island, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, August 26, 1863; confined at Hilton Head, South Carolina, September 1, 1863; transferred to Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, October 6, 1863; transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 9, 1863; released January 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 14, 691.]

Mathew H. Williams, born 1842, in Georgia; enlisted at Tampa, Florida, August 6, 1861, in company K, 4th Florida Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, November 25, 1863, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 25, 1864. [Hartman 1, 458; Illinois Naval Listings.]

James N. Willis, resided in Vernon, Louisiana; occupation, farmer (occupation also shown on Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, as cooper); marital status, married; enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana, July 7, 1861, as private, companies K and A, 9th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Webster County, Virginia, May 16, 1864, and sent to Wheeling, West Virginia, then to Camp Chase, Ohio, June 17, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, July 21, 1864, at the age of 24. [Booth 3, 1116.]

Robert W. Willis, resided in Carteret County, North Carolina; enlisted at Craven County, North Carolina, May 31, 1861, aged 19, as private, company K, 2nd Regiment North Carolina State Troops; detailed to work on gunboats at Wilmington, North Carolina, May, 1862; captured at Kelly's Ford, Virginia, November 7, 1863, and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland; released after taking the Oath of Allegiance, January 24, 1864; enlisted in the Union Navy, January 29, 1864, and served as landsman on the USS Keystone State; discharged July 17, 1865. [NCT 3, 470 & 719; Maryland Roster 120.]

William M. Willis, born North Carolina; enlisted Jonesborough, Tennessee, September 13, 1862, as sergeant, company K, 64th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, September 24, 1863; released, December, 1863, on enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 15, 261; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Hampton P. Wilson, born Ireland; enlisted at an unspecified date and place, as private, company F, 62nd Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, September 9, 1863 and sent to Louisville, Kentucky; transferred to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, September 24, 1863; released on enlisting in the Union Navy, December, 1863. [NCT 15, 99; Illinois Naval LIstings.]

James K.W. Wilson, enlisted December 15, 1862, as private, company C, 52nd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured and paroled at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863; exchanged October 8, 1863; transferred to company C, 39th Regiment Georgia Infantry, March 25, 1864; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 20, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 5, 474 & 4, 279.]

W.D. Winburn, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company H, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; detailed with Captain Rowan's Battery Georgia Light Artillery, November 11, 1863; captured at Adairsville, Georgia, May 18, 1863, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; took the Oath of Allegiance and enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 410.]

Patrick Winters, enlisted at New Orleans, Louisiana, March 12, 1862, as private, company H, 25th Louisiana Infantry; captured at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 20, 1863, and sent to Nashville, Tennessee, then to the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, October 5, 1863; forwarded to Camp Douglas, Illinois, October 7, 1863; enlisted in the Union Navy, January, 1864, and reported to Naval officer, acting Master Harty. [Booth 3, 1140.]

Joseph D. Wofford, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company B, 52nd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Cassville, Georgia, May 20, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy June 10, 1864. [GARosters 5, 462.]

Joseph P. Wright, enlisted at Wilkes County, North Carolina, September 5, 1862, aged 25, as private, company D, 18th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured at Falling Waters, Maryland, July 14, 1863; confined at various Federal prisons and finally at Point Lookout, Maryland, August 23, 1863; released from Point Lookout, January (or June) 25, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy. [NCT 6, 354 & 769.]

Andrew J. Wyatt, enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company B, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Resaca, Georgia, May 16, 1864 and sent to the Military Prison at Alton, Illinois, enlisted in the Union Navy, June 10, 1864. [GARosters 4, 358.]

James M. Wynn (middle initial also shown as N.), born Georgia; enlisted March 4, 1862, as private, company K, 46th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee, November 25, 1863, and sent to Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 1863, then to Rock Island, Illinois; enlisted in the Union Navy and transferred to Camp Douglas, Illinois, January 25, 1864. [GARosters 4, 1026; Illinois Naval Listings.]

Joel D. York, born Surry County, North Carolina; enlisted at Yadkin County, North Carolina, August 29, 1862, as private, company H, 54th Regiment North Carolina Troops; captured near Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 4, 1863, and confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware; received at City Point, Virginia, May 23, 1863, for exchange; deserted May 25, 1863; returned to duty September 23, 1863; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released January 24, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy, aged 30; served as landsman on the USS Brandywine, USS Commodore Morris and the USS North Carolina; discharged June 26, 186?. [NCT 13, 329; Morris Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 123.]

John W. York, born Surry County, North Carolina; pre-war occupation, farmer; enlisted at Yadkin County, North Carolina, March 17, 1862, aged 18, as private, company H, 54th Regiment North Carolina Troops; deserted near Staunton, Virginia, June 28, 1863; returned to duty, September 23, 1863; captured at Rappahannock Station, Virginia, November 7, 1863; confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, November 11, 1863; released January 24, 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance and enlisting in the Union Navy; served as landsman on the USS Brandywine, USS Commodore Morris and the USS North Carolina. [NCT 13, 329; Morris Muster Roll; Maryland Roster 123.]


Reference Sources:

ADAH - Information from the Civil War Database, at the Alabama Department of Archives & History web site (http://www.archives.state.al.us/civilwar/search.cfm).

Booth -"Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana Confederate Commands," compiled by Andrew B. Booth, in 3 volumes; published 1920. Citation includes volume and page numbers.

Brandywine Muster Roll - "Muster Roll of the U.S.S. Brandywine, June 30, 1864." Original copy held at the National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Florida Confederate Pension - Information from the Florida Confederate Pension files available online, at the Florida State Archives web site. Citation includes the pension file number.

GARosters - "Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, 1861-1865," compiled by Lillian Henderson, Director, Confederate Pension and Record Department; in 6 volumes. Citation includes volume and page numbers.

Hartman - "Biographical Rosters of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865," compiled by David W. Hartman and David Coles; published by Broadfoot Publishing Company, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1995, in 6 volumes. Citation includes volume and page numbers.

Illinois Navy Listings - "Database of Illinois Civil War Veterans Serving in the United States Navy" an online listing of personnel who enlisted in the Union Navy during the Civil War, showing names and birthplaces, at URL: http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/ilnavy.html

Maryland Roster - "The History and Roster of Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-5," compiled by the State Commissioners, Baltimore, Maryland: Press of Guggenheimer, Weil and Co., 1898-99; in 2 volumes. Naval and United States Marine Corps volunteers are listed in volume 2, and citations include the page number from this volume only. This publication is also available in full, online at the Archives of Maryland Online web site at URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000366/html/am366--5.html

Morris Muster Roll - "Complete Descriptive List or Muster Roll of the Crew of the U.S. Gunboat Com. Morris on the 31st day of March, 1864." Original copy held at the National Archives, Washington, D.C.

NCT - "North Carolina Troops, 1861-1865: A Roster," compiled by Louis H. Manarin and Weymouth T. Jordan, Jr.; published by the Division of Archives and History, Raleigh, North Carolina, 14 volumes published to date. Citation includes volume and page numbers.

ORN - "Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion," published by the Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1902.

Parker - "Civil War Veterans in Australia," by Roy W. Parker; edited by Virginia Crocker; Wetherill Park, New South Wales, 2000.




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February, 2003 (Updated October, 2006.).