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Immortal 600


Immortal 600

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The Immortal Six-Hundred

On August 20, 1864, a chosen group of 600 Confederate officers left Fort Delaware as prisoners of war, bound for the Union Army base at Hilton Head, South Carolina. Their purpose–to be placed in a stockade in front of the Union batteries at the siege of Charleston.

THE SIX HUNDRED CONFEDERATE OFFICERS
Placed under Fire of Confederate Cannon in Retaliation.

ALABAMA.
Capt. J. W. Burton, Sixth Infantry; residence, Montgomery; captured at Gettysburg July 4, 1863.
Capt. R. F. Campbell, Forty-Ninth Infantry; residence, Village Springs; captured at Port Hudson, La., July, 1863.
Capt. Charles E. Chambers, Thirteenth Infantry; residence, Tuskegee; captured at Gettysburg July 4, 1863.
Capt. J. N. Chisolm, Ninth Infantry; residence, Florence; captured at Gettysburg July 2, 1863.
Capt. L. S. Chitwood, Fifth Infantry; residence, Clayton; captured at Spottsylvania May 19, 1864.
Capt. J. H. Ellison, Second Infantry; residence, Mobile; captured at Spottsylvania May 19, 1864.
Capt. J. W. Fannin, Sixty-First Infantry; residence, Tuskegee; captured at Spottsylvania May 8, 1864.
Capt. J. D. Meadows, First Infantry; residence, Florence; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
First Lieut. R. H. Adams, Staff; residence, Faunsdale; captured at Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., September 24, 1863,
First Lieut. J. J. Andrews, Staff; residence, Florence; captured at Florence, Ala., November 30, 1863:
First Lieut. A. J. Armstrong, Forty-Sixth Infantry; residence, Columbia; captured at Champion Hill, Miss., May 16, 1864.
First Lieut. Dwight E. Bates, Artillery; residence, Selma; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. William T. Bishop, Sixteenth Infantry; residence, Florence; captured at Bexar, Ala., June 20, 1863.
First Lieut. J. D. Bond, Fifty-Ninth Infantry; residence, Haynesville; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
First Lieut. J. P. Breedlove, Fourth Infantry; residence, Tuskegee; captured at Gettysburg July 4, 1863.
First Lieut. H. A. Chadbourne, Tenth Infantry; residence, Selma; captured at Gettysburg July 2, 1863.
First Lieut. W. N. Cidyard, Third Infantry; residence, Mo- bile; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
First Lieut. Paul H. Erie, Twenty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Jefferson; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 23, 1863.
First Lieut. J. L. Haynes, Fourteenth Infantry; residence, Talladega; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. A. J. Kirkman, Fourth Cavalry; residence, Florence; captured at Lauderdale County,
Ala., October 3°, 1863.
First Lieut. Ed J. Mastin, Staff; residence, Huntsville: captured at Charleston, Tenn., December 28, 1863.
Second Lieut. W. H. Allen, Forty-Ninth Infantry; residence, Guntersville; captured at Fort Hudson, La., July 9. 1863.
Second Lieut. W. P. Bass, Fifteenth Infantry; residence, Salem; captured at Wilderness May 6, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. H. Bedell, First Cavalry; residence, Tallahassee; captured in Tennessee October 28, 1863.
Second Lieut. A. C. Foster, Fourth Cavalry; residence, Florence; captured at Florence, Ala., November 30, 1863.
Second Lieut. James L. Leonard, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Tuskegee; captured at Swansboro, N. C., April 30,1864.

MARYLAND.
Maj. W. W. Goldsborough, First Infantry; residence, Baltimore; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Capt. W. H. Griffin, Artillery; residence, Baltimore; captured at Yellow Tavern May II, 1864.
Capt. Eugene Digges, Second Cavalry; residence, Baltimore; captured at Martinsburg, Va., October IS, 1863.
Capt. George Howard, First Cavalry; residence, Baltimore; captured at Hawes’ Shop May 27, 1864.
Lieut. E. C. Duley, Cavalry; residence, Montgomery County; captured at Gettysburg July S, 1864.
Lieut. C. D. Fitzhugh, Cavalry; residence, Hagerstown; captured at Antietam September 14, 1862.
Lieut. J. E. B. Pue, Cavalry; residence, Montgomery County; captured at Hanover Junction May 24, 1864.

LOUISIANA.
Lieut. Col. P..F. De Gournay, Artillery; residence, New Orleans; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9. 1863.
Lieut. Col. E. S. M. LeBreton, Fourth Militia; residence, New Orleans; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Capt. I. G. Angel, Fifth Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Rappahannock, Va., November 7, 1863.
Capt. John Elliott, Second Infantry; residence, Floyd; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. E. J. Hall, First Cavalry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Capt. H. E. Henderson, Staff;’ residence, Alexandria; captured at Wilderness May 5, 1864.
Capt. L. Lastraanskie, Tenth Infantry; residence, Abbeville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. William B. Kemp, Ninth Cavalry; residence, Greensboro; captured at Port Hudson July 9, 1863.
Capt. Lewis H. Malarcher, Seventh Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Wilderness May 5, 1864.
Capt. William A. Martin, Seventh Infantry; residence, Baton Rouge; captured at Spottsylvania May 19, 1864.
Capt W. E. O’Riley, Ninth Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Rappahannock Station, Va., November 7, 1863.
First Lieut. J. C. Bartholemy, Twentieth Infantry; residence, St. James; captured at Port Hudson, La., May 23,1863.
First Lieut. James D. Bowman, Fifteenth Infantry; residence, Bastrop; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. J. M. Burgess, Eighth Infantry; residence, Holmesville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. P. H. Cavanaugh, First Infantry; residence, Liberty; captured at Wilderness May 5, 1864.
First Lieut. Bolivar Edwards, Cavalry; residence, Covington; captured at Port Hudson, La., November 23, 1863.
First Lieut. J. Fickerson, Fourteenth Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured near North Ann, Va., May 23, 1864.
First Lieut. J. S. Fitzpatrick, Fourteenth Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured near North Ann, Va., May 23, 1864.
First Lieut. T. J. Hudson, Ninth Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. T. E. Kelley, Sixth Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. Daniel Mahoney, Tenth Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. John Markew, First Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Gettysburg July 5. 1863.
Second Lieut. Charles I. Batchelor, Second Infantry; residence Red River; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Charles A. Chisolm, Tenth Infantry; residence, Red River; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. R. Cottingham, Third Infantry; residence, Columbia; captured at Haines Bluff, Miss., April 30, 1863.
Second Lieut. A. V. Duralde, Ninth Infantry; residence, Baton Rouge; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. Richard M. Fletcher, Second Infantry; residence, Vernon; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. L. Hempstead, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Dubuque, Ia.; captured at Wilderness May 5, 1864.
Second Lieut. John Kilmartin, Seventh Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. S. H. May, Tenth Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.

KENTUCKY.
Col. G. W. Woodfork, Cavalry; residence, Paducah; captured in Ohio July, 1863.
Maj. J. Bennett McCreary, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Richmond; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
Capt. John B. Austin, Second Cavalry; residence, Charlotte; captured in Dickson County, Tenn., October 27, 1863.
Capt. Thomas C. Eastin, Eighth Cavalry; residence, Lexington; captured at Buffington’s Island, Ohio, July 19, 1863.
Capt. T. M. Hammack, Tenth Cavalry; residence, Morganford; captured at Rutland, Ohio, July 10, 1863.
Capt. R. D. Logan, Third Cavalry; residence, Lancaster; captured at Lancaster, Ohio, July 25, 1863.
Capt. C. L. Miner, Cavalry; residence, Waco; captured in Ohio July, 1863.
Capt. Almarine A. Norris, Cavalry; residence, Buskville; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
First Lieut. W. P. Crow, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Stanford; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
First Lieut. B. S. Drake, Second Cavalry; residence, Lexington; captured at Buffington’s Island July 19, 1863.
First Lieut. W. T. Dunlap, Second Cavalry; residence, Marshall; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
First Lieut. Hugh P. Dunlap, Tenth Cavalry; residence, Paris; captured at Cheshire, Ohio. July 20, 1863.
First Lieut. Felix G. Eakins, Twelfth Cavalry; residence, Henderson; captured at Cheshire. Ohio, July 20, 1863.
First Lieut. Isham A. Fox, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Richmond; captured at Buffington’s Island, Ohio, July 19, 1863.
First Lieut. W. A. Kendall, Third Cavalry residence, Denton; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
First Lieut. Baraby Logsbon, First Cavalry; residence, Fairmount; captured at Charleston, Tenn., December 28, 1863.
First Lieut. Hansal Moles, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Alleghany; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
First Lieut. George C. Nash, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Owen, captured at Buffington’s Island, Ohio, July 19, 1863.
Second Lieut. M. L. Aldrich, Third Cavalry; residence, Dallas County; captured at Syracuse, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
Second Lieut. S. P. Allensworth, Second Cavalry; residence, Todd County; captured at Salinesville, Ohio, October 26, 1863.
Second Lieut. S. S. Atkins, Tenth Cavalry; residence. West Liberty; captured at Mt. Liberty, Ohio, July 18, 1863.
Second. Lieut. A. B. Chinn, Eighth Cavalry; residence, Lexington; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
Second Lieut. S. M. Cowan, Cavalry; residence, Somerset; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
Second Lieut. W. B. Ford, Eighth Cavalry; residence, Winchester; captured at Buffington’s Island, Ohio, July 19, 1863.
Second Lieut. R. B. Haynes, Third Cavalry; residence, Denton; captured at Buffington’s Island, Ohio, July 19. 1863.
Second Lieut. J. S. Hughes, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Stanford; captured at Buffington’s Island, Ohio, July 19, 1863.
Second Lieut. G. W. Hunter, Eighth Cavalry; residence, Bardstown; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
Second Lieut. William F. Leathers, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Lawrenceburg; captured at Buffington’s Island, Ohio, July 19, 1863.
Second Lieut. Benjamin F. McNear, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Owenton; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20. 1863;
Second Lieut. J. O. Meadows, Third Cavalry; residence, Bonham; captured at Syracuse, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
Second Lieut. J. D. Morris, Eighth Cavalry; residence, Winchester; captured at Buffingtol1’s Island, Ohio, July 19, 1863.
Second Lieut. L. D. Newton, Third Cavalry; residence, Union; captured at Buffington’s Island, Ohio, July 19, 1863.
Second Lieut. D. N. Prewett, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Perryville; captured at Buffington’s Island, Ohio, July 19, 1863.
Second Lieut. Charles E. Richards, Fifth Cavalry; residence, Warray; captured at Cheshire, Ohio, July 20, 1863.
"All Morgan’s Cavalry captured on the raid into Ohio. Good and true men among them. I knew many of them intimately. R. H. A."

GEORGIA.
Maj. B. F. Booton, Third Cavalry; residence, Rome; captured at East Tennessee January 19, 1864.
Capt. John P. Allen, Fifty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Dawson; captured at Cumberland Gap, Tenn., September 19, 1863
Capt. J. D. Ashton, Fourth Cavalry; residence, Burk County; captured at Summerville, Ga., September 12, 1863.
Capt. William Barnes, Ninth Artillery; residence, Atlanta captured at Cumberland Gap, Tenn., September 9, 1863.
Capt. Thomas M. Carter, Fourteenth Infantry; residence, Jackson County; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864.
Capt. I. H. Connelly, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Griffith County; captured at Spottsylvania, Va., May 10, 1864.
Capt. H. R. Deadwiler, Thirty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Elbert; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. William L. Dumas, Fifty-Third Infantry; residence, Forsythe; captured at Knoxville, Tenn., November 29, 1863.
Capt. J. A. Edmunds, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Fayetteville; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
Capt. C. R. Ezell, Fourth Infantry; residence, Jasper County; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
Capt. A. C. Gibson, Fourth Infantry; residence, Lagrange; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
Capt. William I. Gorham, Staff; residence, Hamilton County; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.
Capt. H. E. Harrison, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Chatham County; captured at Trevillian Station June II, 1864.
Capt. Thomas W. Harris, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Oglethorpe; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. John T. Henderson, Sixty-First Infantry; residence, Irvineville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. F. W. Hopkins, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Thomasville; captured at Louisa C. H. June II, 1864. .
Capt. Thomas W. Kent, Forty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Wrightsville; captured at Gettysburg July 5, 1863.
Capt. James W. Lemon, Eighteenth Infantry; residence, Cobb County; captured at Knoxville, Tenn., November 29, 1863.
Capt. George W. Lewis, First Infantry; residence, Bainbridge; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. Daniel McDonald, Sixty-First Infantry; residence, Brooks County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. Andrew J. McLeod, Fifty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Camden; captured at Gaines’s Mill June I, 1864.
Capt. J. R. McMicel, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Buena Vista; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
Capt. R. L. Miller, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Chatham County; captured at Pavillion Station, Va., June 12, 1864.
Capt. William C. Nutt, Fifty-Third Infantry; residence, Griffin County; captured at Knoxville, Tenn., November 29, 1863.
First Lieut. William J. Boswell, Fifty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Canfield; captured at Cumberland Gap, Tenn., September 9, 1863.
First Lieut. James Boss, Thirty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Monroe County; captured at Wilderness May 6, 1864.
First Lieut. Sanford W. Branch, Eighth Infantry; residence, Savannah; captured at Gettysburg July 4, 1863.
First Lieut. Benjamin L. Brown, Fifty-Ninth Infantry; residence, Fort Gaines; captured at Gettysburg July 5, 1863.
First Lieut. J. L. Burney, Forty-Ninth Infantry; residence, Twiggs County; captured at Gettysburg July 4, 1863.
First Lieut. Thomas I. Carr, Forty-Third Infantry; residence, Jefferson County; captured at Champion Hill, Miss., May 17. 1861,
First Lieut. R. Childs, Fourth Infantry; residence, Clinton; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
First Lieut. J. D. Delvach, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Tatnal; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. W. H. Delvach, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Bryan; captured at Louisa C. H., Va., June 11, 1864.
First Lieut. N. B. Durham, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Clarke County; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
First Lieut. Daniel W. Garrett, Eleventh Infantry; residence, Morgan County; captured at Wilderness May 6, 1864.
First Lieut. Chris C. Grace, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Perryville; captured at Wilderness May 6, 1864.
First Lieut. J. G. Greer, Fourth Infantry; residence, West Point: captured at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.
First Lieut. W. W. Halbert, Fourth Infantry; residence, Augusta; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
First Lieut. W. D. Ivey, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Mil- ford; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
First Lieut. Eugene Jeffers, Sixty-First Infantry; residence, Macon; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. P. P. Lyon, Eighteenth Infantry; residence, ‘Canton; captured at Gaines’s Mill June I, 1864.
First Lieut. J. J. Maddox, Thirty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Milton; captured at Locust Grove, Va., May 6, 1864.
First Lieut. James W. Maxwell. Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Coffee County; captured at Cold Harbor June I, 1864.
First Lieut. John G. Morgan, Forty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Clinton; captured at Wilderness, Va.. May 6, 1864.
First Lieut. M. M. Mosely, Third Infantry; residence, Banks County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. Henry I. Moses, Fifty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Blakely; captured at Gaines’s Mill June I, 1864.
First Lieut. G. W. Roughten, Forty-Ninth Infantry; residence, Sandersville; captured at Locust Grove, Va., May 6, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. R. Avant; Sixty-First Infantry; residence, Macon; captured at Gettysburg July 3,1863. .
Second Lieut. Andrew J. Barton, Fifty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Gainesville; captured at Cumberland Gap, Tenn., September 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. John B. Bentley, Twenty-Second Infantry; residence, Lincolnton; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. W. C. Cherry, Fourth Infantry; residence, West Point; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. H. Chew, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Augusta; captured at Trevillian’s Station, Va., June II, 1864.
Second Lieut. John T. Davies, Fourteenth Infantry; residence, Amherst County; captured at Wilderness May 6, 1864.
Second Lieut. G. K. Ford, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Wayne County; captured at Louisa C. H., Va., June II, 1864.
Second Lieut. D. W. Goodwin, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Greensboro; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. F. N. Graves, Sixty-First Infantry; residence, Lumpkin; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Augustus M. Green, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Youngsboro; captured at Spottsvlvania May 10, 1864.
Second Lieut. T. J. Gunn, Fifty-First Infantry; residence, Houston; captured at Cold Harbor, Va, June I, 1864.
Second Lieut. D. T. Harris, Twenty-First Infantry; residence, Forsythe; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
Second Lieut. R. Harvey, Seventh Cavalry; residence, Bryan; captured at Trevillian’s Station, Va., June 11, 1864.

FLORIDA.
Capt. William Bailey, Fifth Infantry; residence, Leon County; captured at Gettysburg July 2, 1863.
Capt. William E. Ballentine, Second Infantry; residence, Pensacola; captured at Gettysburg July 2, 1863.
Capt. G. Finley, First Cavalry; residence, Marianna; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 23, 1863.
Capt. J. C. Talbot, Fifth Infantry; residence, Lake City captured at Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864.
First Lieut. T. S. Armstead, Eighth Infantry; residence, Marianna; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864.
First Lieut. Saunders Myers, Fourth Infantry; residence, Apalache; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 1863. .
Second Lieut. Alex L. Bull, Fifth Infantry; residence, Tallahassee; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864.
Second Lieut. James Collins, Fifth Infantry; residence, Monticello; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864.
Second Lieut. S. M. Davis, Fourth Infantry; residence,. Clayton; captured at Missionary Ridge; Tenn., May 19, 1864.
Second Lieut. Reuben N. Hall, Fourth Infantry; residence, Apalachia; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., May 19, 1864.

ARKANSAS.
Col. V. H. Manning, Third Infantry; residence, Hamburg; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864.
Maj. William E. Stewart, Fifteenth Infantry; residence, Madison; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Maj. Micajah R. Wilson, First Infantry; residence, Hamburg; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Capt. David Arbuckle. Seventeenth Infantry; residence. Fort Smith; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Capt. J. L. Brent, Eighteenth Infantry; residence, Lenville; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Capt. George K. Cracraft, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Lake Village; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Capt. David B. Coulter, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Center; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Capt. W. A. Ferring, Third Infantry; residence. Little Rock; captured at Arkansas, September 8, 1863.
Capt. A. B. Israel, First Cavalry; residence, Powhattan; captured in Missouri December 25, 1863. Capt. H. L. W. Johnson, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Arkadelphia; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Capt. J. M. C. Jones, Cavalry; residence, Berryville; captured on Arkansas line October 4, 1863.
Capt. John C. Patterson, Fourteenth Infantry; residence, Yellville; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
First Lieut. J. B. Baxter, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Monroe; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
First Lieut. P. H. Benson, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Jonesboro; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9,1863.
First Lieut. D. T. Bronaugh, Sixteenth Infantry; residence, Liberty; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
First Lieut. C. W. Cargill, Tenth Infantry; residence, Little Rock; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
First Lieut. G. W. Carter, Twenty-Third Infantry: residence, Arkadelphia; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
First Lieut. J. W. Greer, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Helena; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
First Lieut. W. A. Hancock, Cavalry; residence, Marion; captured at Arkadelphia, Ark., October 30, 1863.
First Lieut. Madison Hixson, Sixteenth Infantry: residence, Clarksville; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. Cicero M. Allen, Second Cavalry; residence, Marion; captured at Cold Water Ford, Miss., November 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. M. S. Bradburn, Sixteenth Infantry; residence, Liberty; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. M. B. Burnette, Tenth Infantry; residence, Marion; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. O. H. P. Caldwell, Nineteenth Infantry; residence, Magnolia; captured at Big Black, Miss., May 17, 1863.
Second Lieut. D. M. Coffman, Cavalry; residence, Smithville; captured in Missouri December 25, 1863.
Second Lieut. Robert Y. Dilliard. Sixteenth Infantry; residence, Nashville; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. W. O. D. Evans, Seventeenth Infantry; residence, Washington; captured at Natchez, Miss., December 1863.
Second Lieut. T. P. Peak, Artillery; residence, Washington; captured at Natchez, Miss., December 25, 1863.

MISSISSIPPI.
Maj. L. Fontaine, Cavalry; residence, Austin; captured at Lexington, Ala., December 14, 1863.
Maj. Thomas H. Johnson, First Infantry; residence, Fernando; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Capt. Thomas Boyd, First Infantry; residence, Morrisonville; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Capt. H. T. Coffee, Forty-Eighth Infantry; residence, New Orleans; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. A. I. Lewis, Cavalry; residence, Natchez; captured at Chadborne County, Miss., February 14, 1863.
Capt. Thomas Q. Munce, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Keenzie; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 24. 1864.
Capt. Joseph L. Purgarson, Thirty-Second Infantry; residence, Port Gibson; captured near Corinth, Miss:, May 4. 1864.
First Lieut. Charles L. Burnett, Infantry; residence, Port Gibson; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
First Lieut. J. C. Carson, Staff; residence, Natchez; captured at Trevillian’s Station, Va., June 12, 1864.
First Lieut. W. H. Frizzell, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Holmes; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. John H. Allen, Twenty-Ninth Infantry; residence, Grenada; captured at Chickamauga, Tenn., September 20, 1864.
Second Lieut. William L. Barton, Second Infantry; residence, Tupelo; captured at Tupelo, Miss., May 4, 1864.
Second Lieut. F. W. Bassonett, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Union; captured at Chester Gap, Va., July 24. 1863.
Second Lieut. William M. Bulloch, Forty-Eigat Infantry; residence, Bovina; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. John R. Cason, Seventeenth Infantry; residence, Holly Springs; captured at Gettysburg July 2, 1863.
Second Lieut. A. H. Farrar, Thirteenth Infantry; residence, Grenada; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. Tim Foley, Nineteenth Infantry; residence, Vicksburg; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Benjamin L. Grant, Twenty-Second Infantry; residence, Pentatush; captured at Falling Waters, Va., July 14, 1863.
Second Lieut. Robert J. Howard, First Infantry; residence, Byhalia; captured at Port Hudson, La., July 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. W. T. Jeffers, Cavalry; residence, Port Gibson; captured at Claiborne County, Miss., February 14, 1863.
Second Lieut. Joel W. Jones, First Infantry; residence, Smithville; captured at Claiborne County, Miss., July 9, 1863.

MISSOURI.
Capt. Peter Ake, Second Cavalry; residence, Iverton; captured at Helena, Ark., November 3, 1863.
Capt. Moses J. Bradford. Tenth Infantry; residence, Raleigh; captured at Helena, Ark., July 4, 1863.
Capt. J. G. Kelley, Staff; residence, St. Louis; captured at Smithville, N. C., February 29, 1864.
Capt. Schuyler Lowe, Artillery; residence, Independence; captured at Rodney, Miss., January 29, 1864.
First Lieut. Alex M. Bedford, Third Cavalry; residence, Savannah; captured at Big Black, Miss., May 17, 1863.
First Lieut. William Halberton, Cavalry; residence, Dent; captured at Lawrence County, Ark., October 7, 1863.
Second Lieut. Peter G. Benton, Eighth Infantry; residence, Cassville; captured at Helena, Ark., July 4, 1863.
Second Lieut. George C. Brand, Second Cavalry; residence, Brownsville; captured at Holly Springs, Miss., May 3, 1863.

WEST VIRGINIA.

Capt. E. D. Camden, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Sutton; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. J. I. Dunkle, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Franklin; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. A. H. Edgar, Twenty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Lewisburg; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. J. H. Johnson, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Franklin; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. J. A. Sipps, Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Wise County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. J. W. Mathews, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Beverley; captured at Wilderness May 5, 1864.
First Lieut. Earle C. Andis, Fourth Infantry; residence, Elk Creek; captured at Morton’s Ford, Va., February 5, 1863.
First Lieut. M. E. Bowers, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Franklin; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.
First Lieut. W. W. Boggs, Twentieth Cavalry; residence, Wheeling; captured at Loudoun County, Va., July 15, 1864.
First Lieut. Henry Fry, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Wheeling; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. George W. Finley, Fifty-Sixth Infantry; residence, Clarksville; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863. –
First Lieut. N. A. Haskins, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Buchanan County; captured at Wilderness May 5, 1864.
First Lieut. O. H. P. Lewis, Thirty-First Infantry; residence, Beverley; captured at Highland County, Va., November 10, 1863.
Second Lieut. L. D. Bland, Eighteenth Cavalry; residence, Franklin; captured at Pendleton County, Va., January 19, 1864.
Second Lieut. Thornton J. Berry, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Salt Lake; captured at Wilderness, May 5, 1864.
Second Lieut. F. Pousse, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Weston; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. N. Hendrix, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Fairmount; captured at Wilderness May 5, 1864.
Second Lieut. A. R. Humphries, Twenty-Sixth Infantry; residence, Lewisburg; captured at Cold Harbor June 3, 1864.
Second Lieut. C. P. Johnson, Cavalry; residence, Hampshire County; captured at Burlington, Va., December 3, 1864.

VIRGINIA.

Col. Evan Rice, Fifty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Essex County; captured at Falling Waters, Va., July 14, 1863.
Lieut. Col. Charles B. Christian, Forty-Ninth Infantry; residence, Amherst County; captured at Cold Harbor, Va., May 30, 1864.
Lieut. Col. James C. Council, Twenty-Sixth Infantry; residence, St. Stevens; captured at Petersburg, Va., May 15, 1864.
Maj. P. V. Batte, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Petersburg; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 15, 1864.
Maj. Thomas P. Branch, Staff; residence, Petersburg; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 16, 1864.
Maj. W. H. Hood, Militia; residence, Berlin; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 15. 1864.
Maj. David A. Jones, Staff; residence, Harrisonburg; captured at Spottsylvania, Va., June 10, 1864
Maj. A. A. Swindler, Seventh Infantry; residence. Sperryville; captured at Rappahannock County March 15, 1864.
Maj. Richard Woodrum, Twenty-Sixth Artillery; residence, Union; captured at Cold Harbor June 3. 1864.
Capt. H. A. Allen, Ninth Infantry; residence, Portsmouth; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Capt. B. G. Brown, Seventh Infantry; residence, Albemarle County; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Capt. J. O. B. Crocker, Ninth Infantry; residence, Norfolk; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Capt. E. Carter, Eighth Infantry; residence, Henrico County; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Capt. R. S. Elam, Twenty-Second Infantry; residence, Lynchburg; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Capt. W. T. Johnson, Eighteenth Infantry; residence, Henrico County; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Capt. George W. Nelson, Staff; residence, Rockbridge County; captured at Millwood October 26, 1863.
Capt. Peyton Alfriend. Thirty-Ninth Infantry; residence. Petersburg; captured at Petersburg July 9, 1864.
Capt. T. H. Board, Fifty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Bed- ford County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. James McD. Carrington, Artillery; residence, Charlottesville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. William P. Carter, Artillery; residence, Millwood; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. Jones R. Christian, Third Cavalry; residence, North Kent County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. Emmet E. DePriest, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Richmond; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. Abner Dobbins, Forty-Second Infantry; residence, Jacksonville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. James Dunlap, Twenty-Sixth Artillery; residence, Union; captured at Cold Harbor June 3, 1864.
Capt. H. C. Dickinson, Second Cavalry; residence, Liberty; captured at Chickahominy, Va., May 12, 1864.
Capt. W. P. Duff, Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Jonesville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. J. B. Fitzgerald; residence, Norfolk; captured at Black Water, Va., August 22, 1862.
Capt. R. E. Fraser, Signal; residence North Kent County; captured at Spottsylvania May 20, 1864.
Capt. A. U. Finks, Tenth Infantry; ‘residence, Madison County; captured at Spottsylvania May 20, 1864.
Capt. W. L. Guthrie, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Prince Edward County; captured at Spottsylvania May 20, 1864.
Capt. T. M. Gobble, Forty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Abingdon; captured at Spottsylvania May 20, 1864.
Capt. D. C. Grayson, Tenth Infantry; residence, Luray; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. Bruce Gibson, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Upperville; captured at Yellow Tavern May 11, 1864.
Capt. J. M. Hughes, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence. Richmond; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864. .
Capt. J. M. Hillsman, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Amelia County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. J. W. Helm, Forty-Second Infantry; residence, Jacksonville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. Lewis Harman, Twelfth Cavalry; residence, Staunton; captured at Vidiersville May 5, 1864.
Capt. J. E. Hodges, Thirty-Second Infantry; residence, Norfolk; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. T. B. Horton, Eleventh Infantry; residence, King William County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. A. R. Humes, Twenty-First Cavalry; residence, Abingdon; captured at Leetown, Va., July 3, 1864.
Capt. George Hopkins, Tenth Cavalry; residence, Hanover County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. F. W. Kelly, Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Tazewell County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. A. M. King, Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Abingdon; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. I. A. Lipps, Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Wise County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. W. S. McConnell, Forty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Estellville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. Charles D. McCoy, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Charlottesville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. R. H. Miller, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence. Buckingham County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. William C. Nunn, Fifth Cavalry; residence, Plymouth; captured at Trevillian’s Station, Va.. June 11, 1864.
Capt. George W. Mercer, Twenty-Ninth Infantry; residence, Rural Retreat; captured at Cold Harbor, Va., June 6, 1864.
Capt. Isaac Kuykedall. Seventh Cavalry; residence, Romney; captured at Springfield, Va., February 18, 1864.
Capt. J. W. Lovett. Twenty-Second Cavalry; residence, Hampshire County; captured at Capon Bridge, Va., January 31, 1864.
Capt. C. I. Lewis, Eighth Cavalry; residence, Charleston; captured at Shepherdstown, Va., July 3, 1864.
Capt. W. T. Mitchell. Sixth Cavalry; residence, Pittsylvania County; captured at Ye11ow Tavern May II, 1864.
Capt. T. A. Moon. Sixth Cavalry; residence, Halifax County; captured at Yellow Tavern May II, 1864.
First Lieut. William Asbury. Sixteenth Cavalry; residence. Wayne County; captured at Wayne County, Va., February 15, 1864. ,
First Lieut. I. Arrington, Forty-Second Infantry; residence, Campbell County; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 3, 1863.
First Lieut. I. C. Allen. Seventh Cavalry; residence, Edenburg; captured near Romney. Va. February 2, 1864.
First Lieut. A. R. Angel. Forty-Second Infantry; residence, Franklin County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12. 1864.
First Lieut. E. Lee Bell, Tenth Infantry; residence, Luray; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. W. L. Bernard, Thirty-Seventh Cavalry; residence, Franklin County; captured at Leesburg. Va., July 16, 1864.
First Lieut. Samuel F. Carson, Fifth Infantry; residence, Augusta County; captured at Morton’s Ford, Va., February 6, 1864.
First Lieut. Jesse Child, Forty-Second Infantry; residence, Warrenton; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. Isaac Coles, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Pittsylvania County; captured at Brandy Station, Va., June 9, 1864.
First Lieut. T. C. Chandler, Forty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Bowling Green; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. James H. Childs, Fourth Cavalry; residence, Richmond; captured at Harkham’s Station, Va., January 6, 1864
First Lieut. H. T. Colter, Fifty-Third Infantry; residence, King William County; captured at Gettysburg July 3. 1863.
First Lieut. C. Chadduck, Thirty-Third Infantry; residence, Luray; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. T. S. Doyle, Thirty-Third Infantry; residence, Staunton; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. L. B. Doyle, Fifth Infantry; residence, Lexington; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. P. W. Dalton, Forty-Second Infantry: residence, Taylorsville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. S. M. Dent. Fifth Cavalry; residence, Alexandria; captured at Yellow Tavern, Va., May 11, 1864.
First Lieut. C. R. Darricott, Fifth Artillery; residence, Hanover County; captured at Hanover, Va., May 19, 1864.
First Lieut. A. W. Edwards, Fifteenth Cavalry; residence, Princess Anne County; captured near Richmond, Va., May 11, 1864.
First Lieut. C. B. Eastham, Tenth Infantry; residence, Harrisonburg; captured at Spottsylvania, Va., May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. J. W. O. Funk, Fifth Infantry; residence, Winchester; captured at Spottsylvania, Va., May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. J. W. A. Ford, Twentieth Infantry; residence, Lewisburg; captured near Washington, D. C., July 14. 1864.
First Lieut. Joseph W. Gilcocks, Twenty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Lexington; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
First Lieut. D. W. Garret, Forty-Second Infantry; residence, Morgantown; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
First Lieut. J. W. Grewer, Sixtieth Infantry; residence, Tazewell County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut.John W. Gilkerson, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Mint Spring; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. William E. Hart, Twenty-Fifth Artillery; residence. King William County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. C. D. Hall, Forty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Lee County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. C. P. Harper, Twenty-First Infantry; residence, Mecklenburg County; captured at Spottylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. I. H. Hawkins, Tenth Infantry; residence, McGaheysville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. H. L. Hoover, Twenty-Fifth Infantry: residence, Staunton; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. Albert G. Hudgins, Navy; residence, Richmond, Va.; captured at Albemarle Sound, N. C., May 5,1864.
First Lieut. Henry C. Howlett, Fifth Cavalry; residence, Petersburg; captured at Chesterfield C. H. May 11, 1864.
First Lieut. Robert B. Howlett. Fifth Cavalry; residence, Cobb’s Creek; captured at Yellow Tavern, Va., April 23, 1864
First Lieut. W. L. Hunter, Forty-Fifth Cavalry; residence, Waynesboro; captured at Aldir, Va., April 23, 1864.
First Lieut. George H. Killian, Fifth Infantry; residence, Waynesboro; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. T. I. Kirk. Fourth Infantry; residence, Christiansburg; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. David M. Layton, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Mt. Meridian; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. John F. Lytton, Fifth Infantry; residence, Long Glade; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. T. S. Mitchell, Forty-Second Infantry; residence, Martinsville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12. 1864.
First Lieut. Benjamin C. Maxwell, Artillery; residence. White Hemlock; captured at Spoltsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. T. O. Mass, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Louisa County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. John O. Murray, Twelfth Cavalry; residence, Richmond; captured at B. & O. R. R., Va., October 25, 1863.
First Lieut. Benjamin D. Merchant, Fourth Cavalry; residence, Manassas; captured at Antioch December 29, 1863.
First Lieut. W. H. Morgan, Eleventh Infantry; residence. Carroll County; captured at Milford Station, Va., May 21, 1863.
First Lieut. William McGauley, Ninth Cavalry; residence, Warsaw; captured at Ashland, Va., July 1, 1864.
First Lieut. James W. McDowell, Twentieth Infantry; residence, Greenbrier County; captured at Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, 1864.
Second Lieut. P. B. Akers, Eleventh Infantry; residence, Lynchburg; captured at Milford Station, Va., May 21, 1864.
Second Lieut. I. H. Allen, Forty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Boone County; captured at Logan County, Va., December 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. T. A. Applebury, Forty-First Infantry; residence, Fluvanna County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. John G. Brown, Fortieth Infantry; residence, Front Royal; captured near Mechanicsville, Va., May 30, 1863.
Second Lieut. Hugh M. Brinkley, Forty-First Infantry; residence, Norfolk; captured at Nansemond County, Va., September 1, 1863.
Second Lieut. F. C. Barnes, Fifty-Sixth Infantry; residence, Marysville; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. Robert C; Bryan, Forty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Abingdon; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Robert S. Bowie, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Abingdon; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Barney B. Canoy, Fourth Infantry; residence, Elk Creek; captured at Spottsylvania May 12. 1864.
Second Lieut. C. F. Crisp, Tenth Infantry; residence, Luray; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Alex B. Cook, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Louisa County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. George B. Chalkley, Fourteenth Infantry; residence, Petersburg; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. R. C. Campbell, Fifty-Third Infantry; residence, King William County; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863. .
Second Lieut. A. B. Cawthorne, Twenty-Sixth Infantry; residence, King William County; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 10, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. B. Carder, Fourth Infantry; residence, Marion; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. John W. Davis, Twentieth Cavalry; residence, Clarksburg; captured at Frederick City, Mo., July 10, 1864. "Took oath at Hilton Head and was kicked out of prison."
Second Lieut. W. B. Dodson, Fifth Cavalry; residence, Danville; captured at Yellow Tavern, Va., May II, 1864.
Second Lieut. Michael H. Duff, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Washington County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. John A. Donaghe, Tenth Infantry; residence, Parnassus; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. William A. Dawson, Twenty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Collaws; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Norman D. Embry, Eleventh Infantry; residence, Peneville; captured at Milford. Va., May 21, 1864.
Second Lieut. William L. Enos, Twenty-Sixth Infantry; residence, Wood County; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 16, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. Walker Frasier, First Cavalry; residence, Loudoun County; captured at Rapidan, Va., October II, 1863.
Second Lieut. C. Fractas, Third Infantry; residence, Petersburg; captured at Howlett’s Farm, Va., June 19, 1864.
Second Lieutenant James I. Fulcher, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Glade; captured at Spottsylvania May 12. 1864.
Second Lieut. S. H. Finks, Tenth Infantry: residence, Madison County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. James W. Groom, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Louisa County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. John T. Ganaway, Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Chatham; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. T. M. Graveley, Forty-Second Infantry; residence, Martinsville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. S. Gilmore, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Lebanon; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. L. Green, Fifth Cavalry; residence, Petersburg; captured near Richmond, Va., May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. W. George, Twenty-Sixth Artillery; residence, Princeton; captured at Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, 1864.
Second Lieut. S. W. Carvey, Third Infantry; residence, Norfolk; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. Ben H. Hutchison, Eighth Infantry; residence, Loudoun County; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. Hopkins Harden, Ninth Infantry; residence, Scottsville; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. J. L. Hempstead, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.
Second Lieut. F. Haynes, Twenty-Fourth Cavalry; residence, Cobb’s; captured at Gloucester, Va.; October 5, 1863.
Second Lieut. R. B. Hash, Fifth Cavalry; residence, Stevensville: captured at Yellow Tavern
May 11, 1864.
Second Lieut. Samuel J. Hutton, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Glade Spring; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. William H. Hatcher, Forty-Second Infantry; residence, Liberty; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. J. Henrize, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Lebanon; captured at Spoltsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. W. Harris, Fifty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Bedford County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. S. Hicks, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Goochland County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Pat Hogan, Fourth Infantry; residence, Lexington; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. John W. Hughes, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Cobham; captured at Spottsylvania May 13, 1864.
Second Lieut. S. Horaca Hawes, Artillery; residence, Richmond: captured at Spottsylvania
May 12, 1864
Second Lieut. Samuel A. Johnson, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Louisa County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. H. C. Jones, Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Gladesville; captured at Spottsylvania. May 1:2, 1864.
Second Lieut. George F. Krizer, Fifth Infantry; residence, Martinsville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. T. I. King, Forty-Second Cavalry; residence, Greenville; captured at Charles City C. H., Va., December 13, 1863.
Second Lieut. Festes King, Artillery; residence, King William County; captured at Charles City C. H., Va., December 13, 1863. .
Second Lieut. I. Stanton King, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Abingdon; captured at Charles City C. H., Va., December 13, 1863.
Second Lieut. J. P. Kelly, Fourth Infantry; residence, Newbern; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. W. Kretzer, Twelfth Cavalry; residence, Harrisonburg; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Drury Lacy, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Prince Edward County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Russell W. Legg, Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Turkey Cove; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. John Long, Tenth Infantry; residence, Bridgewater; captured at Bridgewater, Va., May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. John L. Lambert, Fifty-Second Infantry; residence, Greenville; captured at Cold Harbor, Va., May 30, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. P. R. Leigh, Fifth Cavalry; residence, Gloucester; captured at King and Queen County, Va., June 7, 1864.
Second Lieut. L. C. Leftwich, Navy; residence, Lynchburg; captured at sea May 7, 1864.
Second Lieut. G. B. Long, Fourteenth Infantry; residence, Petersburg; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. Rodes Massir, Artillery; residence, Cowsville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. W. Manck, Tenth Infantry; residence, Harrisonburg; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Eli A. Rosenbaum, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Abingdon; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.

TEXAS.
Capt. R. C. Gillespie, Forty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Fort Worth; captured in Southwestern Virginia October 25, 1863.
First Lieut. W. A. Collin, Seventh Infantry; residence, Coffeeville; captured at Raymond, Miss., May 12, 1863.
First Lieut. J. E. Cobb, Fifth Infantry; residence, Liberty; captured at Gettysburg July 2, 1863.
First Lieut. T. I. Duval, Thirty-Second Cavalry; residence, Anderson; captured at Deer Creek, Miss., January 14, 1864.
Second Lieut. S. C. Adamson, Eleventh Cavalry; residence, Fannin; captured near McMinnville, Tenn., October 4, 1863.
Second Lieut. H. Coffee, First Cavalry; residence, Daingerfield; captured near Franklin, Tenn., April 27, 1863.

TENNESSEE.

Col. A. Fulkerson, Sixty-Third Infantry; residence, Rogersville; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Lieut. Col. T. N. Daugherty, Eighth Cavalry; residence, Livingston; captured at Livingston, Tenn., February 8, 1864.
Capt. H. Baker, Third Cavalry; residence, Natchez: captured in Tennessee September 10, 1863.
Capt. J. W. Boyd, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Jackson; captured at Corinth, Miss., July I, 1863. .
Capt. J. H. Barke, Second Cavalry; residence, Knoxville; captured at Lancaster, Ky., July 15, 1863.
Capt. G. R. Campbell, Cavalry; residence, Manchester; captured at Shelbyville, Tenn., October 29, 1863.
Capt. Leroy P. Carson, Thirty-Fifth Infantry; residence, McMinnville; captured at Sequachee Valley, Tenn., August 19, 1863.
Capt. W. H. Craft, Cavalry; residence, Nashville; captured at White, Tenn., February 26, 1863.
Capt. W. N. James, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Carthage; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Capt. Samuel J. Johnson, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Sparta; captured at Drewry’s Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864.
Capt. James P. Lytle, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Unionville; captured at Bean’s Station, Tenn., December 14, 1863.
Capt. J. R. McCallam, Sixty-Third Infantry; residence, Knoxville; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Capt. John Nicks, Cavalry; residence, Hawkins; captured at Hickman County, Tenn., December 25, 1863.
Capt. T. F. Perkins, Eleventh Cavalry; residence, Franklin; captured at Williamson County, Tenn., December 8, 1863.
Capt. James H. Polk, First Cavalry; residence, Ashwood; captured in Middle Tennessee January 14, 1864.
First Lieut. Elijah Boddie, Seventh Infantry; residence, Gallatin; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.
First Lieut. W. P. Callahan, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Livingston; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
First Lieut. J. M. Cash, Fourth Cavalry; residence, Livingston; captured at Lexington, Ky., February 8, 1864.
First Lieut. M. A. Douglass, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Gallatin; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
First Lieut. Henry C. Fleming, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Spencer County; captured at Drewry’s Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864.
First Lieut. Thomas J. Goodloe, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Winchester; captured at Drewry’s Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864.
First Lieut. P. D. Hunter, Eighth Cavalry; residence, Nashville; captured at Cumberland Gap, Tenn., September 9, 1863.
First Lieut. C. L. Hutcheson, Sixty-Third Infantry; residence, Georgetown; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
First Lieut. John D. Jenkins, Fourteenth Infantry. residence, Clarksville; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 5. 1864.
First Lieut. J. T. Lauderdale, Second Cavalry’ residence Claiborne;. captured at Spring Place, Ga., :February 29, 1864.
First Lieut. Jesse Lodford, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Livingston; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17 1864.
First Lieut. Sidney A. Morgan, Twenty-Fifth Infantry’ residence, Sparta; captured at Spring Place, Ga., February 29, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. H. Adams, Fifty-First Infantry’ residence, Covington; captured at Ringgold, Ga., November 25, 1863.
Second Lieut. W. B. Allen, Sixtieth Infantry; residence, Newport; captured at Big Black, Miss., May 17, 1863.
Second Lieut. W. H. Anderson, First Cavalry; residence, Murray; captured at Columbia, Tenn., October II, 1863.
Second Lieut. B. Arnold, Twenty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Sparta; captured at Huntsville, Ala., February 24, 1864.
Second Lieut. J G. S. Arrants, Sixty-Third Infantry; residence, Zollicoffer; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17. 1864.
Second Lieut. Thomas E. Bradley, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Smith County; captured at Chickamauga, Tenn., September 19, 1863.
Second Lieut. R. C. Bryan, Second Cavalry; residence, La Grange; captured at Salem, Miss., April 13, 1863.
Second Lieut. J. A. Burnett, Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Blountsville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. M. Cameron, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Sparta; captured at Drewry’s Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864.
Second Lieut.. W. C. Campbell, Twenty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Cookeville; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Second Lieut. Henry H. Cook, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Franklin; captured at Drewry’s Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864.
Second Lieut. C. D. Covington, Forty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Lebanon; captured at Lebanon, Tenn., February 6; 1863.
Second Lieut. William B. Easley, Forty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Vernon; captured at Hickman, Tenn., January 23, 1863.
Second Lieut. G. R. Elliott, Fourth Infantry; re5idence, Allegheny; captured in White County, Tenn., January 8, 1864.
Second Lieut. A. J. Elzey, Seventeenth Infantry; residence, Columbia; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Second Lieut. Z. W. Ewing, Seventeenth Infantry; residence, Lewisburg; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. H. Hastings, Seventeenth Infantry; residence, Shelbyville; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. H. Henderson, Thirty-First Infantry; residence, Madisonville; captured at Monroe County, Tenn., February 2, 1864.
Second Lieut. John M. Henry, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Hartsville; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864
Second Lieut. John W. Hooberry, Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Nashville; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. J. Irvine, Ninth Cavalry; residence, Columbia; captured in Maury County, Tenn., November 8, 1863.
Second Lieut. T. Irwin, Eleventh Infantry; residence, Nashville; captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 25, 1863.
Second Lieut. W. C. Knox, Fourth Cavalry; residence, Shelbyville; captured at Wilson County, Tenn., November 15, 1863.
Second Lieut. Joseph B. Lewis, First Cavalry; residence, Rutledge; captured at Union County, Tenn., December 4, 1863.

SOUTH CAROLINA.

Maj. William P. Emanuel, Fourth Cavalry; residence, Charleston; captured at Louisa C. H., Va., June II, 1864.
Maj. Martin G. Zeigler, Cavalry; residence, Cokesburg; captured at Stony Creek, Va., May 7, 1864.
Capt. Henry Buish, Twenty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Charleston captured at Petersburg, Va., June 24,1864.
Capt. William L. Campbell, Eleventh Infantry; residence, Waterboro; captured at Petersburg, Va., May 13, 1864.
Capt. T. B. Martin. ,Cavalry; residence, Spartanburg; captured at Petersburg, Va., May 7, 1864.
Capt. S. B. Meacham, Fifth Infantry; residence, Yorkville; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864 .
Capt. Docithens C. Moore, Cavalry; residence, Cokesburg; captured at Jarratt’s Depot, Va., May 8, 1864.
Capt. James M. Mulvany, Twenty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Charleston; captured at Petersburg, Va., May 7, 1864.
Capt. Thomas Pinckney, Fourth Cavalry; residence, Charleston; captured at Wawes Shop, Va., May 28, 1864.
First Lieut. F.. M. Banglenan, First Infantry; residence, Florence; captured at Hanover, Va., May 23, 1864.
First Lieut. A. W. Burt, Seventh Infantry; residence, Hamburg; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
First Lieut. Henry I. Clinton, Twenty-First Infantry; residence, Timmonsville; captured at Petersburg June 18, 1864.
First Lieut. W. W. Covington, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Bennettsville; captured at Petersburg, Va.. June II, 1864.
First Lieut. T. W. Easterling, Fifth Cavalry; residence, Charleston; captured at Trevillian’s Station, Va., May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. S. T. Anderson, First Infantry; residence, Chester; captured at Gettysburg July 19, 1863.
Second Lieut. W. S. Bissell, Second Infantry; residence, Charleston; captured at Gettysburg July 4, 1863.
Second Lieut. William Epps, Fourth Cavalry; residence, King Tree; captured at Louisa C. H., Va., June II, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. I. Gallman, Fifth Infantry; residence, Unionville; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.
Second Lieut. M. P. Galloway, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Marlboro; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Second Lieut. David Gordon, Fourth Cavalry; residence, King Tree; captured at Louisa C. H., Va., June II, 1864.
Second Lieut. Jesse G. Hallford, Eighth Infantry; residence, Tim. Dio.; captured at Cold Harbor, Va., May 30, 1864.
Second Lieut. I. A. Jarrett, Cavalry; residence, Spartansburg; captured at Rocky Creek, Va., May 7 1864.
Second Lieut. W. E. Johnson. Seventh Cavalry; residence, Liberty; captured at Old Church, Va., May 30, 1864.
Second Lieut. Nathan B. Lusk, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Cherokee; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864.

NORTH CAROLINA.
Col. John A. Baker, Third Cavalry; residence, Wilmington; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 21, 1864.
Col. G. N. Folk, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Morgantown; captured at Kingston, N. C., June 22, 1864.
Lieut. Col. T. L. Hargrove, Forty-First Infantry; residence, Oxford; captured at South Anna Bridge, Va., June 26, 1863.
Maj. J. R. McDonald, Fifty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Fayetteville; captured at Gaines’s Mill, S. C., June I, 1864.
Capt. W. I. Alexander, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Wilkesboro; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Capt. R. W. Atkinson, Second Cavalry; residence, Wilson; captured at Hanover C. H., Va., May 27, 1864.
Capt. John C. Blair, First Cavalry; residence, Boone County; captured at Yellow Tavern, Va., May II, 1864.
Capt. S. S. Bohannan, Twenty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Yadkin County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. Nero G. Bradford, Twenty-Sixth Infantry; residence, Lenoir County; captured at Gettysburg July 3. 1863.
Capt. C. R. Brumley, Twentieth Infantry; residence, Con- cord; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Capt. E. McN. Blue, Thirty-Fifth Infantry; residence. Moore County; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Capt. John L. Cantwell, Third Infantry; residence, Wilmington; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. David L. Cockerman, Fifty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Jonesville; captured at Rappahannock Bridge, Va., November 7, 1863.
Capt. Alex T. Cole, Twenty- Third Infantry; residence, Rockingham; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. John Cowan, Third Infantry; residence, Wilmington; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. A. S. Critcher, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Watauga; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. W. H. Day, First Infantry; residence, Halifax; captured at Spottsylvania, Va., May 12, 1864.
Capt. W. B. Dewar, Thirty-First Infantry; residence, Chalk; captured at Gaines’s Mill, Va., June 1, 1864.
Capt. H. M. Dixon, Thirty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Moore County; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
Capt. H. D. Fowler, First Infantry; residence, Ballsville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. J. C. Gorman, Second Infantry; residence, Wilson; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. J. H. Gilbert, Fifty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Newton; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Capt. Samuel H. Hartsfield. Third Cavalry; residence, Kinston; captured at Hanover County, Va., May 27, 1864.
Capt. Samuel H. Hines, Forty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Milton; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
Capt. H. W. Horne, Third Infantry; residence, Fayetteville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. Thomas L. Johnson, First Infantry; residence, Edenton; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. W. H. Kitchen, Twelfth Infantry; residence, Scotland; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. John G. Knox, Seventh Infantry; residence, Rowan County; captured at Wilderness May 5, 1864.
Capt. J. K. Kyle, Fifty-Second Infantry; residence, Fayetteville; captured at Spottsylvania May 21, 1864.
Capt: J. W. Lane, Sixteenth Infantry; residence, Hendersonville; captured at Wilderness May 6, 1864.
Capt. Thomas C. Lewis, Eighteenth Infantry; residence, Wilmington; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Capt. W. G. MacRae. Seventh Infantry; residence, Wilmington; captured at Wilderness May 6, 1864.
Capt. J. W. Moore, Third Cavalry; residence, Wilmington; captured at Greenville, N. C., December 17, 1864.
Capt. W. F. Murphy, Fifty-First Infantry; residence, Clinton; captured at Bermuda Hundred, Va., June 16, 1864.
Capt. Samuel I. Parham, Fifty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Henderson; captured at Rappahannock Station, Va., November 7, 1863.
First Lieut. S. S. Abernathy, Thirtieth Infantry; residence, Forestville; captured at Kelly s Ford, Va., November 7, 1863.
First Lieut. Wyatt B. Allen, Sixth Infantry; residence, Wake County; captured at Rappahannock Bridge, Va., November 7, 1863.
First Lieut. T. M. Allen, Fourth Infantry; residence, Fairfield; captured at Gettysburg July 4, 1863.
First Lieut. W. T. Anderson, Fifth Infantry; residence, Fayetteville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. H. E. Arp, Twenty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Smithville; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864.
First Lieut. G. W. Avant, Thirty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Chatham .County; captured at Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864
First Lieut. B. W. Birkhead, Twenty-Second Infantry; residence, Ashboro; captured at Hanover Junction, Va., May 24, 1864.
First Lieut. J. W. Brothers, Sixty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Kingston; captured near Kingston, N. C., June 22, 1864.
First Lieut. John S. Bullock, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Tranquility; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. Robert B. Carr, Forty-Third Infantry; residence, Magnolia; captured at Gettysburg July 4, 1863.
First Lieut. A. A. Cathey, Thirty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Charlotte; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
First Lieut. David A. Coon, Eleventh Infantry; residence, Lincolntown; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
First Lieut. George W. Corbett, Eighteenth Infantry; residence, Caintuck; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. I. H. Darden, Third Infantry; residence, Snow Hill; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. John O. Fink, Eighteenth Infantry; residence, Carrs; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. John M. Guyther, First Infantry; residence, Plymouth; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. John F. Gamble, Fourteenth Infantry; residence, Shelby County; captured at Spottsylvania May 19, 1864.
First Lieut. W. G. Harrington, Twenty-Fifth Artillery; captured at Cox’s Farm, Va., July 12, 1864. First Lieut. J. A. Haertsfield, First Infantry; residence, Ballsville; captured at Spottsylvania Tuly 8, 1864.
First Lieut. T. B. Henderson, Third Cavalry; residence, Jacksonville; captured near Henderson, N. C., December 17, 1863.
First Lieut. J. M. Hobson, Second Infantry; residence, Raxville; captured at Spottsylvania July 8, 1864.
First Lieut. H. J. Jenkins, Infantry; residence, Murfreesboro; captured at Gates County, N. C., June 9,1864.
First Lieut. Julian A. Latham, First Infantry; residence, Plymouth; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. A. N. Leatherwood, Twenty-Ninth Infantry; residence, Fort Humbree; captured at Clay County, N. C., February 19, 1864.
First Lieut. C. P. Mallet, Third Infantry; residence, Fayetteville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. John D. Mallory, Thirty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Burckhorn; captured at Drewry’s Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864.
First Lieut. Frank McIntosh, Eighteenth Infantry; residence, Richmond; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. M. McLeod, Twentieth Infantry; residence, Carthage; captured at Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864.
First Lieut. J. I. McMillan. First Infantry; residence, Wilmington; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864-
First Lieut. Nathan S. Mosely, Twelfth Infantry; residence. Warrenton; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. F. F. Patrick, Thirty-Second Infantry; residence, Columbia; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
Second Lieut. George N. Albright, Sixth Infantry; residence, Melville; captured at Rappahannock Station, Va., November 7, 1863.
Second Lieut. H. B. Allison. Sixty-Second Infantry; residence, Sampson; captured at Cumberland Gap, Tenn., September 9, 1863.
Second Lieut. M. C. Andrews, Twenty-Eighth Infantry; residence, Orange County; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. T. P. Barrow, Third Infantry; residence, Washington; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. A. Blain, Sixteenth Infantry; residence, Franklin County; captured at Falling Waters, Va., July 14, 1863.
Second Lieut. J. H. Bloodworth, Fourth Cavalry; residence, Wilmington; captured at Brandy Station, Va., October 11, 1863.
Second Lieut. Alex H. Brown, Thirtieth Infantry; residence, Chatham; captured at Kelly’s Ford, Va., November 7, 1863. .
Second Lieut. David S. Bullard, Eighteenth Infantry; residence, Owensville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. John M. Burgin, Twenty-Second Infantry; residence, Marion;. captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Second Lieut. C. M. Busbee, Fifth Infantry; residence, Raleigh; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. E. A. Carver, First Infantry; residence, Forestville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. B. Chandler, Thirteenth Infantry; residence, Yanceyville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. George S. Coble; Forty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Graham; captured at Hanover Inn, Va., June 26, 1863.
Second Lieut. Joseph B. Coffied, First Infantry; residence, Tarboro; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. I. Coggin, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Froy; captured at Gettysburg July I, 1863.
Second Lieut. J. C. C. Cowper, Thirty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Suffolk; captured at Gettysburg July I, 1863.
Second Lieut. C. M. Crapon, Third Infantry residence, Smithville; captured at Spottsylvama May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. T. D. Crawford, Navy; residence, Washington; captured near Washington, N. C., February 24. 1864.
Second Lieut. A. B. Davis, First Cavalry; residence, Morgantown; captured at Petersburg May 7, 1864.
Second Lieut. W: F. Doles, Thirty-Second Infantry; residence, Wilson; captured at Spottsylvania May 10, 1864.
Second Lieut. E. W. Dorsey, Eleventh Infantry; residence, Whitesville; captured at Gettysburg July 5, 1863.
Second Lieut. John Q. Elkins, Eighteenth Infantry; residence, Whitesville; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Mich E. Fennell, Sixty-First Infantry; residence, Leesville; captured at Bermuda Hundred, Va., June 16, 1864.
Second Lieut. Francis F. Floyd, Fifty-First Infantry; residence, Whitesville; captured at Bermuda Hundred, Va., June 16, 1864
Second Lieut. H. Y. Gash, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Morgantown; captured at Jackson’s Mill, N. C., June 22, 1864.
Second Lieut. R. A. Glenn, Twenty-Second Infantry; residence, New Salem; captured at Hanover, Va., May 23, 1864.
Second Lieut. W. C. Gordon, Sixth Cavalry; residence, Morgantown; captured at Jackson’s Mill, N. C., June 22,1864.
Second Lieut. B. A. Gowan, Fiftieth Infantry; residence, Whitesville; captured at Bermuda Hundred June 16, 1864.
Second Lieut. A. J. Gurgans, Third Infantry; residence, Onslow; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. H. Harget, First Infantry; residence, New Berne; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Edwin S. Hart, Twenty-Third Infantry; residence, Burrack; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. F. Heath, Sixty-Seventh Infantry; residence, New Berne; captured at Swift Creek, Va., April 26. 1864.
Second Lieut. L. J. Henderson, Third Infantry; residence, Jacksonville captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. Gilbert P. Higley, Fifty-Seventh Infantry; residence, Lumberton; captured at Cold Harbor, Va., June 1, 1864.
Second Lieut. William H. Ivey, Second Cavalry; residence, Clinton; captured at Spottsylvania May 7, 1864.
Second Lieut. A. J. Howser, First Infantry; residence, Lincolnton; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. C. Hines, Fifth Cavalry; residence, Jackson County; captured at Jack’s Shop, Va., September 22, 1863.
Second Lieut. William P. Johnson, First Cavalry; residence, Charlotte; captured at Bristow Station, Va., November 25, 1863.
Second Lieut. W. T. Jones. Thirty-Fifth Infantry; residence, Moore County; captured at Petersburg June 17, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. E. King, Third Infantry; residence, Onslow; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. C. C. Lane, Third Infantry; residence, Snow Hill; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. J. B. Lindsay, Thirty-First Infantry; residence, Wadesboro; captured at Cold Harbor June I, 1864.
Second Lieut. G. H. Lindsay, Fifty-Fourth Infantry; residence, Madison; captured at Drewry’s Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864.
Second Lieut. Z. H. Lowdermilk, Third Infantry; residence, Randolph; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Second Lieut. R. H. Lyons, Thirty-First Infantry; residence, Black Rock; captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.

ANSWERS TO REQUESTS CONCERNING THEM.
Benjamin Drake, Frankfort, Ky., sends data about Kentuckians who were among the "six hundred ;"
Maj. J. Bennet McCreary, afterwards Lieutenant Colonel Eleventh Kentucky Cavalry, lives at Richmond, Ky. He has been Governor of the State, served several terms in the United States Congress, and is one of the most prominent men in Kentucky.
Capt. Thomas C. Eastin returned to his home in Fayette County after the war, was elected sheriff, and died a few years ago.
Capt. R. D. Logan died at his home in Boyle County recently, respected and loved by all who knew him.
Capt. M. D. Logan, whose name does not appear in the list, was one of the "six hundred." He obtained a special exchange at Fort Pulaski, and was afterwards lieutenant colonel of the Third Kentucky Cavalry. He died at his home in Boyle County, Ky. a short while ago. He was a brother to Capt. Bob Logan, and descended from the famous pioneer Logan.
First Lieutenant W. P. Crow died soon after the war. He was a true soldier.
Lieutenant Ben S. Drake lives at Lexington, Ky., and takes great interest in everything pertaining to the great war.
First Lieutenant Isham Fox died a few years ago at his home in Madison County, Ky. He was a good soldier and citizen.
First Lieutenant Hansan Moles was killed by a bushwhacker soon after the war.
Second Lieutenant A. B. Chinn lives at Lexington, Ky., and is a successful and respected merchant.
Second Lieutenant W. F. Leathers died several years ago at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home in Missouri. He was probably the oldest man among the "six hundred," and no truer, braver man ever existed.
Second Lieutenant D. N. Prewett lives near Danville, in Boyle County, Ky. He has always been true
to the Southern cause.
Second Lieutenant Frank P. Peak Byrne’s Battery, resided in Chicot County, Ark. He was captured near Buffington Island, died, and was buried on Morris’ Island. His name is not in the published list. No braver soldier, no truer friend, no purer Christian gave his life for the South. He was one of the best of all
the six hundred heroes.

Col. John L. Cartwell, Wilmington, N. C., was a private in Company H, Palmetto Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers, in the Mexican war. In 1861 he was exempt from military service by reason of his being clerk of the Confederate States Court for the district of Cape Fear, and also as a magistrate, but was in active service from April, 1861, until June, 1865. During this time he served respectively as captain of a company of brigade guards, captain of Company F, Third North Carolina Infantry, colonel of Fifty-First North Carolina Infantry. He is the compiler of the list of six hundred officers sent from Fort Delaware August 20, 1864, put under fire in Charleston Harbor, and sent from there to Fort Pulaski, Savannah River. Ga., and starved at both places in "retaliation," so called. All the lists of the six hundred were originally obtained from his made at the time. Forty of the six hundred were not under fire, but were in the hospital at Beaufort, S. C. Col. Cartwell was one of the founders of the first organization of veterans of the civil war, the "Association of Officers of the Third North Carolina Infantry." The association has been in continuous existence to the present time. Of late years the enlisted men have been eligible for membership, and the word "officers" has, by vote been dropped from the title. Col. Cartwell now resides at Wilmington, N. C.
Mr. W. N. Cameron, President of the Coleman (Tex.) National Bank, writes that he was one of the six hundred officers about whom much is to be published in the next issue, and that he read Judge Cook’s article in the VETERAN with much interest.
Lieut. J. L. Greer, of Company D, Fourth Georgia Regiment of volunteers, one of the officers confined in Charleston, was wounded in side and arm and taken prisoner at Spottsylvania Courthouse, Va., May 10, 1864; was first taken to Point Lookout prison, then to Fort Delaware, and from there to Charleston with the other Confederate officers. While suffering with his wound, he was sent with thirty-five sick and wounded to Beaufort Island, and was exchanged in December. After the surrender he returned home, and afterwards went to Texas. His address is McKinney.
George M. Albright, second lieutenant Company F, Sixth North Carolina Regiment, was born February 14, 1840, and enlisted in May, 1865. He :was in the first battle of Manassas; was wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, 1862, from which wound he was disabled for several months. He was captured at Rappahannock Station November 7, 1863, and was sent to Johnson’s Island, where he remained until March, 1864; he was then moved to Point Lookout, Md. Later he was sent to Fort Delaware, and in August, 1864, was placed with comrades on board the old ship Crescent, and was confined with them in the hold of the vessel for eighteen days. On Morris’ Island they were placed in a stockade within range of Confederate batteries. After six weeks, during which time he suffered all kinds of indignities at the hands of negro guards, he was removed to Fort Pulaski. Here the treatment was worse than at any other place. In November he was sent to Fort Delaware, where he remained until the close of the war. He now lives at Lebanon, Tenn.
F. C. Barnes, Chase City, Va., writes of his interest in the list of the six hundred officers, and adds: "I was lieutenant of Company G, Fifty-Sixth Virginia Regiment, Garnett’s Brigade, Pickett’s Division; was cap- tured July 3, 1863."
Comrade T. D. Crawford, Ocala, Fla.: "My rank was first lieutenant of Company B, Twenty-Sixth Georgia Regiment, Gordon’s Brigade. At the time of my capture I had made application for transfer to the navy. The transfer was not made because of the loss of our seaports."
Capt. Samuel J. Parham, of North Carolina, was born August 3, IS«. He was a son of Asa Parham, of Granville County, four of whose sons were in the Confederate army. Capt. Parham entered service at the beginning of the war, and except while in prison or on parole, was actively engaged until its close. His
comrades have reported of him many deeds of daring; and valor. He was captured at Rappahannock Station, Va., November 7, 1863. In 1866 he married Miss Maria L Southerland, of Mobile, Ala., who, with one daughter and five sons, survives him. He was an accomplished gentleman, a thorough and energetic busi- ness man, and for several years was mayor of Henderson, N. C. He died March 3, 1880, true to his con- victions of constitutional liberty, and loyal to the great principle for which the South contended: sovereignty of the States.
W. C. Nutt, captain of Company A, Fifty-Third Georgia Regiment, writes: "November 29, 1863, I was severely wounded while charging the fort at Knoxville, Tenn., and was taken prisoner and kept at the field hospital until able to walk to Knoxville, where I was confined in the county jail to await transportation. 1 was then removed to Nashville, where I was in the penitentiary for a short time; then to Fort Delaware; then South with the six hundred for seven months’ torture; finally was sent back to Fort Delaware, where 1 was released in June, 1865. I now live in Orlando, Fla."
Lieut. G. S. Cobb, Swepsonville, N. C., makes a correction: "I was captured June 26, at South Annex Bridge, and fired the first shot. I was in command of eleven men, and had orders to hold the bridge at all hazards; we held it until reenforcements arrived, and never did surrender. No men in the service were more gallant."
Lieut. W. J. Boswell, Company B, Fifty-Fifth Georgia Regiment, was in Charleston Harbor, one of the six hundred. He was taken as prisoner from Fort Delaware, and he never recovered from ill health brought on by the severity of that trip. He related that they killed, during confinement in the harbor, thirty pet cats belonging to the Federal officers, and ate them to avoid starvation."
Benjamin D. Merchant, Manassas, Va., sends information about two of the six hundred who were with him on Morris’ Island: "First Lieut. James H. Childs, Fourth Virginia Cavalry, died at his residence near Warrenton, Va., July 19, 1878. First Lieut. S. M. Dent, Fifth Virginia Cavalry, died in Alexandria, Va., January 30, 1893."
Comrade W. B. Allen, Greensboro, N. C., writes of his capture and experiences as one of the six hundred: "We were taken from the field by train to Washington, where we were kept in the old capitol, and while there we were visited by Belle Boyd. The men were sent to Point Lookout, and the officers to Johnson’s Island. We were kept at the latter place until ordered by the doctor to the hospital at Point Lookout; from there we were taken to Fort Delaware, and thence to Charleston Harbor. Here we were kept under fire for forty days. Once during that time we were placed on a transport while truce was being held, and firing began rapidly. Great excitement followed receipt of news of the fall of Atlanta and of Fort Pillow. On leaving Charleston Harbor we were taken to Fort Pulaski, where the "retaliation" consisted of low diet and brutal treatment. The experiences here were terrible, and I have understood that one hundred and fifty out of six hundred died in three months. We were taken to Fortress Monroe (for the second time) to be exchanged as sick and wounded, but instead we were taken back to Fort Delaware. We were paroled June 13, 1865."
Capt. W. H. Day, Raleigh, N. C., sends correction of list, stating that he was captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
First Lieut. Benjamin L. Brown, Blakely, Ga., states: "I was sent from Fort Delaware in a squad of three hundred, landed on Morris’ Island September 7, 1864, and remained there under range of guns for forty days; was then carried to Fort Pulaski, where rations were scant and poor. Thirty-two of our party died from disease while there."

J. G. Brown, Front Royal, Va., sends this correction: "I was in the Forty-Ninth Regiment, Virginia Infantry; time of my capture, May 30, 1864."
Gilbert P.Highley was descended from English ancestors, who settled in Connecticut about two hundred years ago; the only son of G. H. and Martha Highley, and was born in East Granby, Conn., in 1823. He came South in 1848 and settled in Lumberton, N. C., where he was married in 1850 to Miss Ann Eliza Norment. When the war came on he warmly espoused the cause of his adopted country, and enlisted as a private in Company F, Fifty-First Regiment, North Carolina troops. He served as first lieutenant of this company until his capture at Cold Harbor, Va., in 1864. The last fourteen months of the war he spent in prison, most of the time in Fort Delaware, and was one of the six hundred placed under fire of Confederate guns in Charleston Harbor. He was refused exchange because he was a Northern man by birth, but on this account was treated with marked courtesy. He was a brave soldier, true to his adopted home and her cause, and willingly shared the hardships of war. After the war he returned to Lumberton, where he resided until his death, in 1896.
Albert Newton Leatherwood, residence Fort Humbree, Clay County, N. C.; enlisted and was commissioned second lieutenant in Company E, Thirty-Ninth Infantry, November 6, 1861; wounded December 31, 1862, at Murfreesboro; promoted and commissioned first lieutenant August 10, 1863 j captured in Clay County, N. C., February 19; 1864.
J. L. Haynes, first lieutenant Company I, Fourteenth Alabama, Gen. Perin’s Brigade former residence near Lineville, Ala. present address, Van Alstyne, Tex.
Lieut. C. D. Covington, Company B. Forty-Fifth Tennessee Regiment, Col. Searcy commanding; enlisted at Lebanon, Tenn., in the fall of 1861 served in the Army of Tennessee, and was captured near Lebanon while recruiting for the army early in 1863 was sent to Murfreesboro, then to Louisville and in turn to Camp Chase, Fort Delaware, Johnson’s Island, Point Lookout, Maryland, back to Fort Delaware, Hilton Head, and then to Charleston, where he was confined with the "six hundred." He writes that he had terrible experiences there, fearing death from starvation more than from guns or disease. Their guards were negroes, who were very brutal in their treatment. He was taken from Charleston Harbor to a point near Savannah, and was afterwards exchanged at Richmond. He now lives near Lebanon, Tenn.
First Lieut. A. J. Armstrong, Forty-Sixth Alabama Infantry, who was in Charleston Harbor with the six hundred, now lives at Balkum, Ala.
Miss Susan B. Hines, Milton, N. C., writes: "I received the names of Confederate officers directed to my brother, Capt. S. H. Hines. He was exchanged and reached home in June, 1865. He was in the mercantile business in Danville, Va., and later lived in Richmond until his death, on Christmas morning, 1870, at the burning of Spotswood Hotel, while endeavoring to rescue a friend from the flames."
Capt. C. Irvine Lewis, Kanawha Rangers, Eighth Virginia Calvary, is one of the survivors of the six hundred. He has been a practicing physician at Ganley Bridge, W. Va., ever since the war.
Comrade J. W. Matthews, Alvon, W. Va., writes: I was mustered into the service of the Confederate States May 18, 1861, at Grafton, Va. (now West Virginia), and served as a private until November, 1862, when I was elected lieutenant. I held this position until my regiment was captured, May 5, 1864, at Wilderness, Va. I was never absent from duty on account of sickness or wounds, although I had my sword shot out of my hand in the charge on Cemetery Ridge at Gettysburg. I was promoted to captain after that battle. When captured I weighed 100 pounds, and after the torture on Morris’ Island my weight was 100. I was not sick, but starved.
The Cumberland Presbyterian: "In the columns of the VETERAN from month to month, the war, without its bitterness and blood, is lived over again. The future historian of the civil war will find its files a mine of information."
John L. Ward, 100 North Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn., wants information as to what company and regiment Capt. W. B. Ward belonged. It is known that he was a cavalryman in Gen. Longstreet’s Corps.

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