These pages are dedicated to the memory of all the men from North Carolina that fought in the Civil War.
PRISONERS OF WAR, FALL, 1863 North Carolina Standard Raleigh October 14, 1863 We are under obligation to a friend for the following list of Confederate officers confined in West Buildings Hospital, Baltimore, on the 25th of last month. Col. Rankin, 21st N.C.R. Col. Leventhorpe, 11th (?) N.C.R. Col. J.K. Connelly, 55th N.C.R. Col. William Gibson, 48th Georgia Lt. Col. J.R. Herbert, 1st Maryland Inf. Battalion Lt. Col. M.J. Bulger, 47th Arkansas Maj. W.H. Williamson, 7th Tennessee Maj. J.M. Hancock, 2nd N.C. Batt. Capt. George A. Graves, 22nd N.C.R. Capt. Z.A. Blanton, 18th Va. Capt. S.W. Brewer, 26th (?) 28th (?) N.C. Capt. George H. Jones, 22nd Georgia Capt. George S. Jones, 2nd Georgia Battalion Capt. John W. Johnston, 11th Georgia Lt. H.J. Walker, 18th N.C. Lt. Thomas Newell, 45th (?) 46th (?) Georgia Lt. Henry Shepherd, 43rd N.C. Lt. W.C. mercer, 37th Va. Cavalry Lt. J.E. Weymouth, 18th Va. Lt. W.H. Burton, 11th Miss. Lt. G.P. Bryan, 2nd N.C. Cavalry Lt. J.H. Williams, 14th S.C. Lt. F.M. Kelly, 48th Georgia Lt. William E. Killan(?), 45th Georgia Lt. J.M. Ray, 48th N.C. Lt. M.B. Swearingen, 5th Florida Lt. E.M. Kidd, 2nd Louisiana Lt. B. Barksdale, 23rd Virginia Lt. A.M. Belcher(?) Belsher(?), 2nd Mississippi Lt. S. Genargin, 16th Alabama Lt Jas. A. Riddick, 3rd Virginia The informer says one of two of the officers are in the same hospital whose names he did not get. He says they were all well treated. Col. Connelly has lost an arm; Col. Leaventhorpe was doing well. The men were expecting to be sent to Johnsonís Island, Ohio. North Carolina Standard Raleigh November 25, 1863 Eighty two Confederate prisoners died at Camp Douglas near Chicago in the month of October. Among them we note the names of John Anderson, 64th N.C.T.; John J. Gray, 62nd N.C.T.; A.J. Prusnell, 62nd (?) N.C.T.; Avery Reeves, 62nd N.C.T.; James L. Shelton, 62nd N.C.T.; Jacob Sellers, 62nd N.C.T.; Jackson A. Tague, 62nd N.C.T. Three quarters of all deaths were from inflammation of the lungs. North Carolina Standard Raleigh December 30, 1863 The following is a list of deaths among North Carolina troops held as prisoners of war at Hammond General Hospital, Point Lookout, Maryland, from 4th October to 30th November, 1863. Corp. C.W. Lucky, 22nd Regiment J.W. Simpson, 4th Regiment William Baker, F.M. Baldwin and B. Christy, 52nd Regiment A.C. Digh, 55th Regiment W.P. Enhart, 11th Regiment Charles Tate, 2nd Regiment Ed Wilbar, 45th (?) Regiment Bartlett Pierson, 20th Regiment J.N. Alexander, 11th Regiment A. Austin, 55th Regiment M. Baldwin, 62nd A.J. Carter, 22nd S.C. Creer, 10th Y.R. Davis, 52nd John Fowler, 47th S. Garrett, 11th W.B. Grant, 2nd D. Crenshaw, 32nd R.(?) or B.(?) Harris, 52nd A.S. Hartly, 37th Jno. Ingram, 18th J.A. Killian, 23rd (?) B.F. Kidd, 21st A. McDaniels, 61st J. McDaniels, 26th E. Murphy, 45th (?) 46th (?) S. Nance, 6th Jno. Pendy, 52nd E. Setson, 23rd (?) 25th (?) A.P. Smith, 45th H.M. Smith, 52nd J.D. Sullivan, 26th M.J. Webster, 61st A. Williams, 26th J.B. Williams, 2nd J. Young, 22nd J.E. White, 26th (?) 28th (?) J.L. Austin 37th(?), 7th (?) Y. Barnhardt, 52nd T.E. Boney, 4th L.G. Hudd, 55th L. Bishop, 52nd D. Bowman, 52nd W.H. Crickman, 1st W.B. Crocker, 47th A. Carswell, 54th Jno. Done, 47th A. Earpe, 55th W. Erzell, 5th (?) 6th (?) G. Evans, 55th J.M. Ferrell, 12th S. Shaw, 44th (?) J.B. Fortner(?), 37th J. Freeman, 46th (?) 48th(?) George Green, 44th W. Hatley(?), unit illegible E. Sigman, 11th L.R. Tyler, 4th W.P. Thover, 1st M.E. Watkins, 11th A.W. Walker, 18th F. Avery, 4th