http://books.google.com/books?id=PtuTrS0oU6kC&pg=PA319#v=onepage&q&f=false Life and death in rebel prisons We found with surprise and sorrow that many of our men had really taken the oath of allegiance to the Confederacy, and had gone into the Southern army, and that still more had signified their intention of doing it. Over at our left was a camp which we […]
In a photograph made by Hartford photographers N.S. and R.A. Moore, probably in August 1862, Oscar Weil, smoking a pipe, and Robert H. Kellogg, who appears to be eating, pose before a studio backdrop that includes a tent, cannon and ships on the water. The two men were soldiers in Company A of the 16th […]
Atkinson’s Factory Barrett’s Factory Belle Isle Prison “The Cage” Castle Godwin Castle Lightning(aka Castle Griswold, Castle Booker) Castle ThunderMilitary Prison Crew & Pemberton‘s Warehouse Prison (General Hospital #15) Franklin Street Guard House General Hospital #21 General Hospital #22(aka Howard’s Factory Prison) Grant’s Factory(General Hospital #12) Harwood’s Factory(General Hospital #24) Libby Prison Liggon’s Prison(General Hospital #23) […]
http://www.fold3.com/page/285692987_hezekiah_basnight Photos and information courtesy of Michael I. Phelps SOLDIER’S NAME Basnight, Hezekiah LAST RANK Private DATE ENLISTED Apr 20, 1863 WHERE ENLISTED Plymouth, NC AGE AT ENLISTMENT 38 COUNTY BORN Tyrrell Co., NC
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http://www.fold3.com/page/285608708_hiram_daniels/ SOLDIER’S NAME Daniels, Hiram LAST RANK Private DATE ENLISTED Nov. 1, 1862 WHERE ENLISTED Washington, NC AGE AT ENLISTMENT 22 COUNTY BORN Craven Co., NC REMARKS Mustered out with regiment on June 27, 1865 at New Bern, NC.