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Abbott, C. H., Co F, 191st Pennsylvania.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Towanda, PA. Capt.
Ackerman, W. T., Co F, 51st NY.  Captured 30 Sep 1864 at Peebles Farm, VA.  From Malanapan, NY. 2nd Lt.
Adams, H. L., Co H, 117th NY.  Captured 27 Oct 1864.  From McConnellsville, NY. 1st Lt.
Addison, Joseph, Co G, 4th Maryland.  Captured 16 Sep 1864.  From Baltimore, MD. 1st Lt.
Allen, H. H., Co F, 21st Ohio.  Captured 20 Sep 1864.  From Findlay, OH. Capt.
Allen, James, Co A, 121st Pennsylvania.  Captured 1 Oct 1864.  From Philadelphia, PA. Capt.
Allen, R. J., Co I, 2nd Tennessee.  Captured 5 Nov 1863.  From Maryville, TN. 1st Lt.
Alexander, A. H., 107th PA.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Collenaburgh, PA. Capt.
Alston, Thomas L.,  Co A, 12th U. S. Infantry.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Boston, MA. 1st Lt.
Armstrong, Jacob,  Co D, 128th NY.  Captured 19 Oct 1864.  From Macedon, NY. 2nd Lt.
Armstrong, Jesse, Co K, 7th Indiana.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Evansville, IN. Capt.
Asch, M.J., Co N, 1st NY Cavalry.  Captured 7 Oct 1864.  From Philadelphia, PA. Capt.
Babb, John N., Co G, 8th Ohio.  Captured 3 Sep 1864.  From Springfield, OH. 1st Lt.
Babbitt, Albert, 58th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 9 Jan 1863 at Danville Prison. Corp.
Babcock, Orange Cotton, Co E, 2nd Battalion, 18th U.S. Infantry.  Captured at Chickamauga and sent to Richmond.  Listed in the hospital at Danville on December 1, 1863 and returned to prison on February 2, 1864.  On March 24, 1864 he was readmitted to the hospital and then paroled at City Point on April 30, 1864.  This information provided by Kim Byham who says the information came from his benefits claim.  More information: Orange Cotton Babcock was a farmer near Youngsville, Warren County, PA. Pvt.
Babcock, William H., Co F, 125th NY.  Captured 25 Aug 1864 at Reams' Station.  Promoted to Captain 2 Apr 1868.  From Troy, NY. 2nd Lt.
Bacon, J., Co H, 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry.  Captured 7 Oct 1864 at Richmond, VA.  From Bucyrus, OH. 2nd Lt.
Barker, George A., Co D, 39th Massachusetts.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Quincy, MA. 2nd Lt.
Barlome, Alfred Jr.  Co C, 5th Massachusetts.  Captured 30 Sep 1864 at Peebles Farm, VA. 2nd Lt.
Barnes, William, Co H, 4th NY.  Captured 25 Aug 1864 at Reams' Station.  From NY City, NY.  1st Lt.
Barnum, S. D.,  Co C, 31st U.S. Colored Volunteers.  Captured July 30, 1864 at the Battle of the Crater in Petersburg.  Held at Danville Prison. Capt.
Bates, P. S., Co C, 104th NY.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Pike, NY. 1st Lt.
Bates, Robert F., 13 Aug 1862 he was mustered into 121st Pennsylvania.  Captured 1 Oct 1864. Imprisoned at Danville Prison.  Released 16 Apr 1865. Adjutant
Bailey, T. C. J., 17th U.S. Infantry.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Washington, DE. Capt.
Beal, J. C., Co K, 9th Missouri.  Captured 29 Sep 1864.  From Phillips, MO. Capt.
Beam, George W., Co I, 1st Illinois Regiment.  Taken prisoner at Chickamauga and imprisoned at Danville and Richmond 6 months.  Excaped from Danville in the company with five others, traveling only at night, he marched 300 miles and passed four lines of the enemy and reached the Union lines in safety.  Information comes from William G. Cutler's History of Kansas, Montgomery County Part 18, Drum Creek Township. Corp.
Beamsderfer, J. H., Co I, 101st Pennsylvania.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Lebanon, PA. 1st Lt.
Bean, John G., 37th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 29 Dec 1864 at Danville Prison.  
Beatty, John,  Major
Beck, John, Co E, 45th Pennsylvania.  Captured 30 Sep 1864 at Peebles Farm, VA. Born 21 Apr 1833 in Centre County, PA.  Died 29 Dec 1900 in Fort Scott, Kansas.  He kept a diary while in Danville Prison in 1865.  Entry on Sunday, 1 January 1865: The morning was clear and cold got corn Bread at 10 A.M.  It was the gloomiest New Years day that ever shone upon me being shut up in a Southern Hell.....  He was released on 17 February 1865 and his diary states: In the Eve. we got orders to be ready at 10 P.M.  At the app. hour, we were marched o the depot.  Mud ankle deep.  Packed in at the rate of 50 in a car.  I was unwell....... See: Diary of John Beck

This information provided by Clark Beck, great grandson of John Beck.

Capt.
Beers, Anthony, Co H, 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry.  Captured 7 Oct 1864 at Richmond, VA.  From Mauch Chunk, PA. 2nd Lt.
Berchfield / Birchfield, S. M., Co B, 145th Pennsylvania.  Captured 25 Aug 1864 at Reams' Station.  From Beanboro, PA. 2nd Lt.
Biggs, Daniel, 4th NY Cavalry.  Captured 21 Sep 1864.  From Philadelphia, PA. 1st Lt.
Bingham, John H., Co A, 121st Pennsylvania.  Captured 1 Oct 1864 and sent to Danville Prison.  From Pleasantville, PA. 1st Lt.
Black, S. V., Co K, 97th Pennsylvania.  Captured 16 Aug 1864 at Strawberry Plains, Deep Bottom.  From Philadelphia, PA. Capt.
Blanpied, Thomas, Co B, 122nd OH Infantry.  POW at Danville Prison.  Died 11  Nov 1864 at Danville Prison. Pvt.
Blazer, Richard, On 21 July 1862 he entered Co B, 91st Ohio as a 1st Lieutenant.  Promoted 9 May 1864 to Captain.  Captured 18 Nov 1864.  Transferred 26 Jan 1865 to Company A.  From Gallopolis, OH. Capt.
Bogart, Livingston, Sergeant in Co K, 5th Reserves, 34th Infantry.  Transferred 6 Jun 1864 to Co D, 191st Pennsylvania.  Promoted to 1st Lieutenant.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Danby, NY. 1st Lt.
Bottsford, W. R., Co G, 70th NY.  Captured 17 May 1864.  From Detroit MI. 1st Lt.
Boucher, H. S.  11th Massachusetts.  Captured 11 Sep 1864.  From Boston, MA. Adjutant
Bourne, Thomas,  58th MA Inf. captured at the battle of the Wilderness, held in Danville a brief time then shipped to Andersonville, then to Florence, then to Salisbury.  
Bowley, F. S.,  Co H, 30th U.S. Colored Volunteers.  Captured July 30, 1864 at the Battle of the Crater in Petersburg.  Held at Danville Prison. 1st Lt.
Bowman, James, On 6 May 1861, he entered Co B, 6th Reserves Corp, 35th PA Regiment as a Sergeant.  Transferred 31 May 1864 to 191st Pennsylvania.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Lehigh Gap, PA. Adjutant
Boyle, Daniel, 34th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 11 Dec 1864 at Danville Prison.  
Brazee, H. W., Co G, 5th Virginia Cavalry.  Captured 28 Nov 1864.  From Brownstown, VA.  
Bricker, P. D., Co F, 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry.  Captured 29 Sep 1864 at or near Peebles Farm, VA.  Sent to Danville Prison.  From Newville, PA. 1st Lt.
Brooks, Daniel, 44th Indiana.  Died at Danville Prison.  
Broughton, J. C., Co B, 7th Michigan.  Captured 19 Oct 1864.  From St. Joseph, MI. 2nd Lt.
Brown, Charles A., 20th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 7 Dec 1863 at Danville Prison.  
Brown, John F., Co F, 89th OH Infantry.  Died February 15, 1864 at Danville Prison.  Plot E 744 Pvt.
Bryant, Samuel. E.  On 13 May 1861 he entered Co C, 6th Reserves Corp, 35th Pennsylvania Regiment as a 1st Sergeant.  Commissioned April 6, 1863 as 2nd Lt.  Transferred 31 May 1864 to 191st Regiment where he served Co G, 191st Pennsylvania.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Bethany, PA. 1st Lt.
Buckinson, W. C., Co H, 96th NY.  Captured 27 Oct 1864.  From Chazey, NY. Capt.
Bumgardner, B.,  9th Regiment Ohio Infantry, Co. F.   Died: 14 Feb 1864 at Danville Prison, Virginia of scorbutus. Buried: Danville National Cemetery, VA. Pvt.
Bumgardner, H.,  57th Regiment Pennsylvania Cavalry, Co. E.  Died  16 Mar 1864. at Danville Prison. Buried: Danville National Cemetery, VA.  Pvt.
Burkheimer, Samuel, Co G, 87th PA Volunteer Infantry.  Captured at Monocacy, MD 9 July 1864.  Died at Danville Prison Camp, VA in January 1865.  Submitted by Alan Russell.  
Burrage, Henry S., Co D, 36th Massachusetts.  Captured 1 Nov 1864 near Peebles Farm, VA.  Born 1837 in Roxbury, MA.    Author of "History of the Thirty-Sixth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers". Capt.
Bush, Watson W., Co B, N.Y. M. R.  Captured 30 Sep 1864 at Peebles Farm, VA.  From Rushford, NY. 1st Lt.
Burke, Thomas, Entered Co H, 97th NY at Chataugay, NY.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Martinsburg, NY.  Died at Hot Springs, SD. 1st Lt.
Burkett, W. R., Co H, 2nd Pennsylvania.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Dale, PA.  Capt.
Burnett, George W., Co H, 1 Virginia Artillery.  Captured 28 Nov 1864.  From Wheeling, WV. 1st Lt.
Byrne, John, 155th NY.  Captured 25 Aug 1864 at Reams' Station, VA.  From Buffalo, NY. Major
Byron, A. W., 88th NY.  Captured 25 Aug 1864 at Reams' Station VA.  From New York City, NY. Major
Cafferty, Milton, 1st NY Cavalry.  Captured 27 Sep 1864.  From NY. Capt.
Caldwell, William, Co I, 51st NY.  Captured 30 Sep 1864 at Peebles Farm, VA.  From New York City, NY. 1st Lt.
Campbell, Isaac B., 4th NY Cavalry, Captured at Beltsville, MD 12 July 1864.  Arrived at Danville Prison September 1864.  A veteran of the Battle's of Kelly's Ford, Chancellorsville and Aldie he was captured by the men of Early's army at Beltsville, MD on the 12th of July, 1864 during Early campaign to capture Washington. Arrived at Danville Prison in September 1864 weighing 173 lbs and when he was released in he weighed just 78 lbs. In his words he had "the scurvy and was about starved. I was in bad shape. I had no coat or shoes and no blanket to lie under. From this exposure I was quite deaf". While in prison he had one shirt that he was never able to wash. He would take it off and pick lice from it. Most of this information was taken from his pension records. Isaac lived to 1909 (born in 1838). Pvt.
Carbury, J. H., Co G, 51st NY.  Captured 30 Sep 1864 at Peebles Farm, VA.  From Brooklyn, NY. 2nd Lt.
Carle, James, 191st Pennsylvania.  Captured 19 Aug 1864 near Weldon R.R.  Sent to Danville Prison.  Also imprisoned at Salisbury Prison Camp.  Survived the war.  From Wellsboro, PA. Col.
Carr, C. C., According to a letter, he was a prisoner at Danville, VA in 1864.  C. C. Carr was from Hildalgo, IL.  
Carpenter, George H., 28th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 29 Sep 1865 at Danville Prison.  
Carpenter, James, 44th Indiana.  Died at Danville Prison.  
Cartney, Pierce, Co E, 19th Ohio Infantry.  Gave his life for his country, not in battle, but from a fate that entailed untold suffering; he died in the Danville prison as a result of privation. -
Cary, J. C., 104th NY.  Captured 18 Aug 1864 at Weldon R.R.  From West Troy, NY. 1st Lt.
Case, Merrit B., Co A, 23rd US Colored Volunteers.  A white officer assigned to Company A.  He was captured during the Battle of the Crater at Petersburg, VA on July 30, 1864 and sent to Danville Prison. 2nd Lt.
Case, T. B., 58th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 9 Feb 1865 at Danville Prison.  
Cayette, John, Co B, 2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery.  Captured 28 Sep 1864 at Chaffin's Farm.  From Philadelphia, PA. 2nd Lt.
Chance, Charles, Co I, 2nd Massachusetts Cavalry.  Captured 11 August 1864 at Cedar Creek, Winchester, Virginia.  Released 20 April 1864 in a Prisoner Exchange.  
Chapman, Wilmot H., Co K, 16th Maine.  Captured 18 Aug 1864 at Weldon R.R.  From Nobleboro, ME. 2nd Lt.
Chapman, C. H., Co C, 39th Massachusetts.  Captured 19 Aug 1864 at Weldon R.R.  From Providence RI. 2nd Lt.
Chance, Charles., Enlisted in the 2nd Massachusetts Cavalry on June 14, 1864 in Chelsea, MA.  Served in Company I.  He was captured at Cedar Creek in Winchester, VA on August 11, 1864 and incarcerated at Danville Prison.  Released on April 20, 1864 for exchange.  He mustered out at Fairfax Courthouse on July 20th, 1865.  He received a 3/4 disability pension due to the chronic illnesses he contracted at Danville and he was never able to work again.  He fought with the government over this pension for the rest of his life as the government reduced the pension, then later increased it.  He committed suicide on January 13th, 1890, indicating he no longer cared to live with his chronic illnesses.  His wife's application for pension was denied. Pvt.
Chase, Edward. E., Commissioned in as Sergeant Major.  Promoted to Captain.  1st Rhode Island Cavalry - served in companies G, H & E.  Captured June 1863.  From Providence RI. Capt.
Chase, James C. 1st Lt.
Childs, A. L., Co C, 121st Pennsylvania.  Captured 1 Oct 1864.  From Philadelphia, PA. 1st Lt.
Chipman, John Hale Jr., Co C, 58th Massachusetts.  Captured 19 Aug 1864 near Weldon R.R.  Sent to Libby Prison where he contracted typhoid fever.  He recovered and from there he was sent to Salisbury Prison Camp and then to Danville Prison.  From Beverly, MA.  He survived the war but was in ill health and died 16th Jun 1866.   Biography and photo. Capt.
Clark, J. A., 17th Pennsylvania.  Captured 19 Sep 1864.  From Royalville, PA. Adjutant
Clinch, H. W., 4th NY Cavalry.  Captured 16 Aug 1864.  From New York City, NY. 1st Lt.
Clum, Henry M., Co C, 125th NY.  Captured 25 Aug 1864.  Promoted 8 Apr 1865 to Captain.  From Troy, NY. 1st Lt.
Cobb, William L., Co C, 34th Massachusetts Infantry.  Captured 13 Oct 1864.  From Lancaster, MA. 1st Lt.
Coggins, Michael, Co K, 22nd MI Infantry.  Captured at the Battle of Chickamauga on September 19, 1863.  In hospital at Richmond, VA for bronchitis.  Moved to Danville, VA on December 12, 1863.  He suffered from stomach problems which developed while a POW until his death on May 7, 1876, when he died at the age of 50 from Dyspepsia.  Information submitted by Scott Cross, great great grandson of Michael Coggins who obtained his war record. Pvt.
Cole, Rufus P., Co I, 191st Pennsylvania.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Rochester, PA. 2nd Lt.
Colligan, J. E., Co A, 34th Massachusetts Infantry.  Captured 13 Oct 1864.  From Worcester, MA. 1st Lt.
Conley, J. D., Co H, 16th Maine.  Captured 18 Aug 1864 near Petersburg.  From Bangor, ME. Major
Conner, Richard, 6th Indiana Infantry, wounded and captured at Chickamauga on Sept. 19, 1863.  Imprisoned at Belle Island, VA prison from Sept. 29 to Dec. 8, 1863.  Imprisoned at Danville, VA prison from Dec. 9, 1863 to April 4, 1864.  Imprisoned at Andersonville, GA prison from April 6, 1864 to Sept. 8, 1864 where he developed severe scurvy which plagued him the rest of this life and disabled him from physical labor forever.  Imprisoned at Charleston S.C. prison from Sept. 10, 1864 to Oct. 1, 1864.  Imprisoned at Florence, S.C. prison from Oct. 2, 1864 until paroled at Charleston, S.C. harbor on Dec. 16, 1864.  
Cook, Charles G., 58th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 3 Feb 1865 at Danville Prison.  
Cooke, E. F., 2nd NY Cavalry.  Captured 3 Mar 1864.  From Dockertown, NY.   Major
Cooper, Alonzo, Co F, 12th NY Cavalry.  Enrolled 27 Aug 1862 for 3 years.  Age 32, Private, resides Oswego, NY.  Promoted 31 Mar 1863 to 1st Lt. of C.  Age 32.   Captured 23 Apr 1864 at Plymouth, NC.  Sent to Danville Prison 10 Aug 1864.  Exchanged in March or April 1865. 1st Lt.
Corcoran, Michael, Co I, 10th NH.  Captured 27 Oct 1864.  From Manchester, NH. Capt.
Cortis, D., 57th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 11 Aug 1864 at Danville Prison.  
Coupland, H. M., Co I, 121st Pennsylvania.  Captured 1 Oct 1864.  From Philadelphia, PA. 1st Lt.
Crall, David, Co. C, 101st Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  Enlisted August 1861.  Captured at the Battle of Chickamauga September 1863.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison, Virginia where he died 24 May 1864.  He was born in 1839 near Harrisburg, PA, raised in Liberty Township, Crawford County, Ohio.  
Daken, Phillip, Co F, 4th Massachusetts.  Captured 17 Oct 1864.  From Concord, MA. 1st Lt.
Daily, John, Co I, 104th NY.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  From Albany, NY. Capt.
Dalrymple, William H. from Lyons, Ionia, Michigan died in Danville Prison, VA. -
Daniels, E. J., 56th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 30 Jul 1864 at Danville Prison, VA.  
Davis, Charles, Co A, 24th IA Infantry.  Captured 19 Oct 1964 at Cedar Creek.  Later promoted to Captain.  From Lyons, IA. 1st Lt.
Davis, Jeffrey G., 58th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 25 Feb 1865 at Danville Prison, VA. Sgt.
Davis, Oliver. A. J., Co I, 48th Pennsylvania Infantry.  Enlisted 23 Aug 1861.  Corporal.  Promoted to Sergeant then to 1st Lt.  Captured 30 Sep 1864 near Peebles Farm.  From Kingston, PA. 1st Lt.
Davis, Robert. W., Co C, 22 Iowa.  Enlisted 2 Aug 1862 as a Sergeant.  Promoted to 1st Lt.  Captured at Cedar Creek, VA 19 Oct 1864.  From Newton, IA. 1st Lt.
Davor, Alexander, 44th Indiana.  Died at Danville Prison.  
Day, Thomas E., Co K, 5th West Virginia Cavalry.  Captured 28 Nov 1864.  From Harrisville, WV. Capt.
Deakins, James. E., Enlisted 1 Aug 1864 in 8th Tennessee Cavalry.  He was also a Captain of Company H.  Captured 13 Nov 1864 near Cumberland Gap.  Resigned 10 Jun 1865.  From Washington County, TN. Major
Dean, James, Co A, 31st Maine.  Captured 31 Oct 1864 near Petersburg.  Sent to Danville Prison.  From Bangor, ME. Capt.
Dearborn, O. L., Co A, 4th NY Heavy Artillery.  Captured 25 Aug 1864 and sent to Danville Prison.  From Katonah, NY. 2nd Lt.
Dewese, Chauncey, died while a prisoner at Danville, Va., November 6, 1864. -
Dickerman, George, Co A, 26th Massachusetts.  Captured 19 Sep 1864 and sent to Danville Prison.  From Lowell, MA. Capt.
Dobbs, L. D., Co C, 19th US Colored Volunteers. He was captured during the Battle of the Crater at Petersburg, VA on July 30, 1864 and sent to Danville Prison. 2nd Lt.
Dougherty, George, Co H, 25th Wisconsin Infantry.  Enlisted as a Private on 20 September 1864.  Drafted into Company H, 25th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 20 September 1864.  Died of disease as a POW

Company H, 25th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 04 April 1865 at Danville, Virginia.  Resided in Sheldon, Wisconsin.

Pvt.
Doughty, John Wesley, Co D, 10th WI Infantry.  He was captured at Chickamauga, GA on September 20, 1863.  He was held in Richmond and later transferred to Danville Prison where he died on July 21, 1864.  Burial is at Cemetery Danville, VA, Division L, Section B, Grave 57.  It has been reported that he was shot in the arm by a guard for looking out of the prison window. Corp.
Downing, H. A.,  Co D, 31st U.S. Colored Volunteers.  Captured July 30, 1864 at the Battle of the Crater in Petersburg.  Held at Danville Prison. 2nd Lt.
Doyle, Daniel, 2nd Massachusetts Cavalry.  Died 12 Mar 1865 at Danville Prison, VA.  
Drew, Louis A., 59th Massachusetts Infantry.  Died 20 Sep 1864 at Danville Prison, VA.  
Duddy, William. B., Co D, 190th Pennsylvania.  Captured 19 Aug 1864 near Globe Tavern & Weldon R.R.  Sent to Danville Prison.  From Norristown, PA. 2nd Lt.
Dudley, H. T., Co G, 20th Massachusetts.  Captured 25 Aug 1864 at Reams' Station, VA..  Sent to Danville Prison.  From Wilkinsonville, MA. Capt.
Duffie, Alfred Napoleon, Cavalry.  17 May 1863 he was in the Battle of Kelly's Ford.  Captured in early November 1864 he was confined in Libby Prison for a short time before being sent to Danville Prison.  On 26 May 1865 he was honorably mustered out of service.  From New York City, NY.   More data about General Duffie. Brig. Gen.
Dunn, Patrick R., 170th NY.  Captured 25 Aug 1864 and sent to Danville Prison.  From New York City, NY. 1st Lt.
Dunn, Zacquill, Co I, 14th W. Va. Infantry.  Imprisoned at Danville prison.  Hospitalized after his return.  His wife was Elizabeth Molisee Dunn.  SOURCE: Pension file.  
Dwyer, Philip, Co B, 5th U.S. Cavalry. Captured 16 Aug 1864.  Sent to Danville Prison. From Boston, MA. 1st Lt.
Eaton, Alonzo, Enlisted 12 Aug 1862 at Detroit MI.  Mustered into Co E, 24th Michigan Infantry as a Private, age 26.  Promoted 15 Aug 1862 to Quarter Master Sgt.  Promoted 9 Sep 1864 to 1st Lt. and transferred to Co B, 24th Michigan Infantry.  Captured 19 Aug 1864.  Sent to Danville Prison.  From Detroit, MI.  Died 18 Jun 1898. 1st Lt.
Ellis, E. A., Co K, 11th Tennessee.  Captured 13 Nov 1864 and sent to Danville Prison.  From Warrensburg, PA. 1st Lt.
Epps, Henry. H., Enlisted 16 Sep 1861 at Delhi, NY as Sergeant, age 26.  Co I, 89th New York Infantry.  Promoted 27 Jun 1862 to 2nd Lt.  Promoted 27 Dec 1862 to 1st Lt.  Captured 29 Sep 1864 at Chaffin's Farm, VA.  Sent to Danville Prison.  Promoted 18 May 1865 to Captain and transferred to Co K.  From Groton, NY. 1st Lt.
Elliott, Cyrus, Co K, 27th Michigan Regiment. Cyrus was taken prisoner outside of Petersburg, Virginia on 20 July 1864.
He spent nearly 8 months as a POW in the Danville Prison in Virginia.  His physical description was given as height 5 feet 9 5/8 inches, eyes
black, dark complexion, dark hair. Cyrus returned home from the Civil War weighing only 80 pounds
Sgt.
Emerson, J. C., Enlisted 17 Oct 1861 as a Chaplain.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1861 to Field & Staff, 7th New Hampshire Infantry.  Captured 30 Sep 1864.  Sent to Danville Prison.  Returned 14 Jan 1865.  From Fisherville, NH.  Died 3 Feb 1877 by drowning in St. John's River, Florida. Chaplain
Fandia, Frank, Co B, 97th NY, Captured 18 Aug 1864 and sent to Danville Prison.  From Brock-Bridge, NY.  
Farnsworth, John, Co G, 37th WI Infantry.  Listed at POW on July 30, 1864.  Died of disease on February 21, 1865  while a POW at Danville Prison. Pvt.
Farr, W. V., Co F, 106th PA.  POW 22 Jun 1864 at Petersburg, VA.  Sent to Danville Prison.  Released in December 1864. Capt.
Farrer, Uril S., Enlisted 19 June 1861 at Fort Wayne, MI.  Corporal, age 21, Co B, 26th MI Infantry.  Promoted 1 June 1862 to Sergeant.  Promoted 12 Oct 1863 to 1st Lt.  Transferred 16 Mar 1864 to Company A.  POW 14 Aug 1864.  Sent to Danville Prison 16 Aug 1864.  Promoted 9 Jun 1865 to Captain.  From Detroit, MI. 1st Lt.
Farwell, W. S., He enlisted 2 Jan 1864 at age 18 as a Corporal in Co M, 2nd ME Cavalry.  Promoted in June 1864 to 2nd Lt. and commissioned into DC 1st Cavalry.  POW 26 Oct 1864 and sent to Danville Prison.  From Rockland, MI. 2nd Lt.
Feldhusen, William, Co B, 52nd NY Infantry.  Enlisted 9 Aug 1861 at New York City, NY.  Age 27, Corporal.  Promoted 1 Jan 1863 to 1st Sgt.  POW and wounded 2 May 1863 at Chancellorsville, VA.  Promoted 13 Jul 1864 to 2nd Lt.  POW and wounded 25 Aug 1864 at Reams' Station, VA.  Sent to Danville Prison.  Also served Co A, F & K.  Later promoted to 1st Lt. 2nd Lt.
Ferguson, Ben B., Co F, 13th TN Cavalry.  Captured 13 Nov 1864 and sent to Danville Prison.  From Morristown, TN. 1st Lt.
Fish, Colimus, Enlisted September 13 1861 and mustered into Co I, 10th Wisconsin Infantry.  Captured September 20, 1863 at the Battle of Chickamauga.  Sent to Danville Prison on December 12th 1863 after being sent there from Pemberton in Richmond, VA.  However, Colimus did escape later and was sent to Camp Sumter, Andersonville, Georgia.  Colimus later changed his name to Thomas C. Fish.  He is also reported to have served in Co C, 10th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, under the command of General Rosecrans of the Army of the Cumberland. Corporal
Fisher, Thomas M., Enlisted 30 May 1862 as a Corporal in Co G, 31st PA Infantry.  Promoted 6 Jun 1864 to 1st Lt. and transferred to Co B, 109th PA Infantry.  POW 19 Aug 1864 at Danville Prison.  From Columbia, PA. 1st Lt.
Fitzsimmons, William A., MN. S.S., Captured 15 Aug 1864 and sent to Danville Prison.  From Quattona, MN. 1st Lt. 
Flint, William A., Enlisted 21 Aug 1862.  Private, age 21, from Sing Sing, NY.  Co C, 127th NY Infantry.  Promoted 6 Mar 1864 to 2nd Lieutenant and commissioned into 4th NY Light Artillery.  POW 25 Aug 1864 (probably captured at Reams' Station) and sent to Danville Prison. 2nd Lt.
Fletcher, B. R., Co F, 48th NY.  Captured 4 Sept 1864 and sent to Danville Prison.  From NY City, NY.  
Flynn, John, Enlisted 9 Sept 1862 at NY City, NY.  2nd Lt, age 25.  Co C, 155th NY Infantry.  Promoted 6 Feb 1863 to 1st Lieutenant.  Captured 25 Aug 1864 (probably at Reams' Station).  Sent to Danville Prison.  1st Lt.
Folsom, Martin Robbins, Co A, NY 106th. Captured after the battle of Monocacy and sent to Danville Prison July 11th thru Oct 7th, 1864. Transferred to Libby Prison and released Oct 17th. Sgt.
Fox, Jacob, Co L, 14th PA Cavalry.  Enlisted 14 Nov 1862.  Taken prisoner near Winchester 24 Jul 1864.  Imprisoned in Danville Prison.  Died while a POW 9 Dec 1864.  Widow - Eliza Janes Simmers Fox. Pvt.
Frary, Justin, was captured at Chickamauga and died in Danville prison, VA -
Freelan, James, Co A, NY 170th.  Captured at Reams' Station.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison on Aug 25, 1864.  From Green Point, NY. 1st Lt.
Freemon, Harmon -
French, George F., Co E, 16th NY Cavalry.  POW 9 Sept 1864 at Culpepper Court House, VA.  Sent to Danville Prison.  Paroled 22 Feb 1865 at James River, VA.  Also served 1st MD Cavalry.  From Hagerstown, MD. 2nd Lt.
Frey, Jacob, was captured at Chickamauga, GA 19 Sep 1863.  Confined at Richmond, VA 29 Sep 1863.  Sent to Danville, VA 12 Dec 1863.  
Frye, William. H., 16th PA Cavalry.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Sept 21, 1864.  From Philadelphia, PA.  Information about this unit. Major
Gardiner, W. C., Co B, 13th Connecticut.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Sept 19 1864.  From Boston, MA. 1st Lt.
Gaul, Sam L.,  Co F, 4th NJ.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Aug 11 1864.  From Camden, NJ. Capt.
Gault, James A., Co G, 104th NY.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Aug 19 1864.  From Buffalo, NY. Capt.
Graham, Walter, Co E, 10th Vermont Regiment, POW at Danville Prison, Va. -
Granger, Warren, 100th NY.  From Buffalo, NY.  (100th NY Regiment) Capt.
Grant, John F., Co C, 45th PA.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Setp 20 1864.  From Marietta, PA. Capt.
Greenault, S. C., 73rd NY.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Oct 27 1864.  From Alliance, OH. 1st Lt.
Gregg, Henry H., 13th PA Cavalry.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Sept 16 1864.  From Huntington, PA. Capt.
Gregg, Theodore, 45th PA.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Dec 30 1864.  From Bellefonte, PA.  Was also at Appomattox Court House.  (Theodore Gregg Collection) (Some History of the 45th PA Volunteers) Lt. Col.
Griffin, C. E., 36th Wisconsin.  Captured at Reams' Station.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Aug 25 1864. Capt.
Griggs, J. N., Co C, 104th NY.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Aug 19 1864.  From Pike, NY. Capt.
Groudy, Thomas, Co B, NY 69th.  Imprisoned at Danville Prison Sept 29 1864.  From Binghamton, NY. 2nd Lt.

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