Morning Report of Military and Political
Prisoners Confined at
July 9, 1864
In the remarks section of the Page: Edwin James 7th La and C. D. Black (could be C. D. Slack) 7th La. escaped the night of July 7, 1864
July 16, 1864
John Campbell 3rd La., ward 30 died July 15, 1864
July 18, 1864
Wm Tyner, Private F Co., 51 N. C. ward 14 died July
July 19, 1864
J. Romines, Co. K, 21st Geo. ward, 17 died July 18, 1864
July 23, 1864
Thos. W. Hart, Private, Co., J 21 Va. Battalion died last night in hospital.
July 24, 1864
Private Daniel Graham, Co. J 51st N. C. died July 24, 1864 of fracture tibia, foot amputated July 18, 1864. No effects.
July 25, 1864
Private G. M. T. May (Way) Co. G. 38 Geo died July 25, 1864 of chronic diarrhea, Effects one Knapsack.
July 27, 1864
F. Mercer, Private Co., "D" 51 NC died of
chronic Diarrhea, July 27, 1864 - effects none.
August 1, 1864
Private David Lewis, Co. G, 22nd, N. C. died July 31, 1864 of remittent fever. Effects none.
August 2, 1864
Corporal W. J. Pierce, Co. D, 38th Geo. died Aug 1, 1864
of remittent fever. No effects
More to come, I also have the alphabetized list of all the prisoners and what happened to them that I am working on.
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