VOLUNTEERS FOR FREEDOM: BLACK CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS IN ALEXANDRIA NATIONAL CEMETERY
Last  First Page Date of  Birthplace/ Condition/ Date/Place of Regiment Co Ranks Achieved/ Date/Place of Post-Military Date of Cause of Wife Children Notes
Name Name   Birth Likely Birthplace Occupation Enlistment     Military Duty Discharge   Death Death      
Adams Smith 95 ca 1846 Pickaway Co, OH unknown 15-Dec-1863, joined regiment  27 US Col Inf A pvt     26-May-1865 inflammation of the lungs single    
          at Camp Delaware, OH                
Allan Alexander 197 ca 1846 Quincy, TN laborer 26-Dec-1864, Pontiac, MI 102nd US Col Inf unassigned pvt 24-Mar-1865 typhoid fever unknown Paid substitute for Samuel Shoup, MI; told recruiter he was born in Canada
but records indicate he had been living in TN 
Allen Henry 78 ca 1839 VA laborer 9-Jul-1864, Washington, DC 23 US Col Inf D pvt 30-Nov-1865, Brazos de Santiago, TX   3-Dec-1902 unknown unknown   Paid substitute for Mathew Pepper, Washington, DC
Allgood John 104-105 ca 1846 unknown laborer/slave? 20-Jul-1864, Wilmington, DE 28 US Col Inf E pvt 2-Jan-1865 inflammation of the lungs single Paid substitute for Thomas E Cottingham
Alsop Joseph 146-147 ca 1839 Anne Arundel Co, MD farmer 16-Jan-1864, Baltimore, MD 30 US Col Inf A pvt     5-Nov-1864 dysentery single   Paid substitute for Joseph Cork
Anderson Alexander 170-171 ca 1844 Queen Anne's Co, MD slave 1864 39 US Col Inf H pvt 8-Oct-1864 pneumonia Teena, 28-Dec-1863 son, 1-Aug-1864 Wife (slave) owned by different person
Anderson Edward 52-53   Smyrna, DE slave 8-Jun-1844, Boston 5 Mass Cav E cpl; sgt  31-Oct-1865, Clarksville, TN Alexandria 11-Aug-1895 heart disease 1st -- Winnie Hudgins   Winnie Hudgins died 1893
                    2nd -- Margaret Hall, 8-Jan-1895    
Anderson Jackson 95-96 ca 1822 Delaware Co, IN unknown 29-Feb-1864, Tuscarawa Co, IN 27 US Col Inf D pvt 31-Aug-1864 complications from wounds second wife, Margaret 3 -- Ida May, Ziminnie & Christian Widow & children received pension
Anderson Richard 78 ca 1837 unknown unknown unknown 23 US Col Inf G pvt     11-Aug-1864 unknown unknown   Reburied in Soldiers' Cemetery, January 1865
Armstrong James 105 ca 1829 Greene Co, IN farmer 31-Dec-1863 28 US Col Inf C pvt 17-Sep-1864 internal disease Frances Widow did not apply for pension; autopsy found 
most internal organs diseased
Artist Moses M 96-97 ca 1824 Edgecombe Co, NC unknown 23-Feb-1864, Crawford Co, IN 27 US Col Inf D pvt     25-May-1864 unknown Sarah Harris 4 -- Mathew, Eliza, George & Mary Catherine His brother, Sgt. Jesse Artist,  in same regiment; 
                        family applied for pension
Ashton Eugene 233 unknown unknown unknown unknown unassigned pvt unknown unknown buried 16-Oct-1925 unknown unknown unknown Burial date indicates he might be veteran of later war; 
records say he was a musician with First Band, USCT
Ballard John 78-79 ca 1842 Orange Co, VA unknown 11-Jul-1864, Washington, DC 23 US Col Inf C pvt; sgt 30-Nov-1865, Brazos de Santiago, TX Washington Navy Yard 14-Apr-1913 Bright's disease Elizabeth 7 incl Malacho, James & Daniel Paid substitute for John W Reis; started receiving pension in 1891
Ballet Jefferson 167 ca 1845 Gates Co, NC servant, possibly for Army 18-Sep-1863, Yorktown, VA 36 US Col Inf I pvt 12-Sep-1864 chronic pleurisy single Doctors thought he might be 16 years old at enlistment
Banks Trim 79-80 ca 1842 VA unknown 11-Jul-1864, Boston, MA? 23 US Col Inf D pvt 30-Nov-1865, Brazos de Santiago, TX Alexandria, VA 23-Jun-1894 paralysis Nancy Skelton, 5-Oct-1882  Caroline Paid substitute; widow & daughter received pension
Banner James  97 ca 1843 Russell Co, VA unknown 11-Jun-1864, Ironton, OH 27 US Col Inf I pvt 5-Apr-1865 dropsy from heart trouble single
Barkley William 91 ca 1845 Allegheny Co, PA miner 7-Feb-1865, Pittsburgh, PA 24 US Col Inf D pvt     24-Sept-1865 typhoid fever single   Had $563 in cash; information about siblings;
                        Army records say he died at Slough Hospital, Alexandria, VA
Barnes Francis 208 ca 1844 Orangeburg, SC field hand/probably slave 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, SC 135 US Col Inf A pvt 9-Jun-1865 measles single Never paid; "Delia Griffin, Branchville, South Carolina" to be notified
Barrett Daniel 147 unknown Wilmington, DE unknown 21-Aug-1864 30 US Col Inf A pvt     15-Feb-1865 typhoid fever single   Paid substitute for Reuben Ball; George Barratt listed as next of kin
Beckham Fletcher 209-210 ca 1847 SC? farm slave 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, SC 135 US Col Inf E pvt 28-May-1865 inflammation of the lungs single
Benton James W 68         19 US Col Inf F pvt     10-Aug-1864 gunshot wound      
Berry John 134-135 ca 1835 Ridge Prairie, IL? unknown 13-Mar-1864 29 US Col Inf E pvt 25-Nov-1864 chronic diarrhea unknown Also known as "Barry"
Bibb Richard Owen 53   Cincinnati, OH farmer 12-Mar-1864, Readsville, MA 5 Mass Cav E pvt     20-Jun-1864 inflammation of the lungs Sarah Ann Jones, 10-Aug-1848 John E  Son received pension
Blue David 210 ca 1841 Monroe Co, GA farm worker 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, SC 135 US Col Inf I pvt 8-Jun-1865 possible congested lung probably single
Bogar Pencer 105-106 ca 1843 VA   16-Aug-1864, Evansville, IN 28 US Col Inf H pvt     25-Nov-1864 dyspepsia single   Not a substitute
Bognard Philip 59 ca 1841 Calloway Co, KY unknown 8-Feb-1864, Paducah, KY 8 US Col Hvy Art B pvt 19-May-1865 diarrhea Susan
Bohannon Shadrach 59 ca 1831 Jefferson Co, KY slave? 28-May-1864 8 US Col Hvy Art G pvt     21-Apr-1865        
Boone Henry 200-201 ca 1837 Marion Co, KY slave 24-Aug-1864, Louisville, KY 107 US Col Inf G pvt 22-Oct-1864 chronic dysentery Mary Ann (slave) 4 Widow & children received pension until 1880 because of "vicious habits"
Bostic Joseph 68-69 ca 1807 Frederick Co, MD farmer 9-Dec-1863 19 US Col Inf B pvt     12-Oct-1864 consumption married    
Bracey  Wythe 135 unknown Jackson Co, MS probably freed slave 6-Feb-1864, Chicago, IL 29 US Col Inf B pvt 30-Nov-1864 inflammation of the pleura married Widow lived in Rock Co, MS
Brady Oscar 97-98 ca 1843 Mason Co, KY unknown 12-Apr-1864, Camp Delaware, OH 27 US Col Inf G pvt     16-Aug-1864 inflammation of the lungs probably single   May have been brother of James Brady, another solider
Brice Samuel 69-70 ca 1830 field hand/slave? 18-Dec-1863 19 US Col Inf C pvt 23-Dec-1864 diarrhea Pricilla 3 Widow & children received pension
Bringmid Orlando 155 ca 1835 Hawley, PA farmer 16-Mar-1864, Hartford, CT 31st US Col Inf C pvt     12-Jul-1864 diarrhea single   Enlisted with 30th Infantry initially
Bristleton Robert 185-186 ca 1834 Cumberland Co, PA laborer 26-Feb-1864 43 US Co Inf A pvt 23-Aug-1864 wound and consumption married Did not provide wife's name
Browder John 135-136 ca 1845 Hamilton Co, OH farmer 14-Feb-1865, Cairo, IL 29 US Col Inf unassigned pvt     19-Mar-1865 inflammation of the lungs single   "W A Hoyt ... Pulaski County, IL" to be notified about his condition
Brown Andrew 171 ca 1840 Queen Anne's Co, MD slave 31-Mar-1864 39 US Col Inf I pvt 17-Aug-1864 wound or complications single
Brown James 70-71 ca 1834 Queen Anne's Co, MD slave 28-May-1864 19 US Col Inf I pvt     25-Nov-1864 lung complaint Louisa, 23-Mar-1854 3 Widow & children received pension
Brown John 183-184 ca 1844 Fauquier Co, VA wood sawer 8-Sep-1864, Brunswick, NJ 41st US Col Inf C pvt 10-Dec-1865, Brownsville, TX Alexandria 24-May-1931 heart failure & senile debility Ella 8  Paid substitute for John Steel, NJ; married after discharge; record shows he was 
99 when he died
Brown Lewis 147-148 unknown Baltimore, MD area laborer 17-Mar-1864 30 US Col Inf K pvt     10-Dec-1864 chronic diarrhea single   Father applied for pension
Burden Henry 106-108 ca 1847 Grant Co, IN unknown 30-Mar-1864, Marion, IN 28 US Col Inf F pvt 2-Sep-1864 consumption single Father received pension; soldier wrote letters home
Burdickson Daniel 108-109 ca 1845 Loudoun Co, VA farmhand/slave? 26-Jul-1864, Ellicott Mills, MD 28 US Col Inf I pvt     15-Jan-1865 consumption single    
Burke William 229 unknown unknown unknown unknown unassigned pvt 28-Apr-1866 unknown unknown unknown Records are sketchy
Burnett Isaac 201 unknown unknown unknown unknown 107 US Col Inf G pvt     7-Jul-1865 unknown unknown   Records indicate soldier with this name with Company E 
                        of another KY unit, but he survived war
Campbell Benjamin 201 ca 1846 TN unknown 5-Sep-1864, Louisville, KY 107 US Col Inf I pvt 15-Feb-1866 pneumonia single Substitute for Waterloo, NY man
Campbell John H 109 ca 1846 IN laborer/farm hand? 28-Dec-1863, Indianapolis, IN 28 US Col Inf B pvt     12-Aug-1864 died from wound single    
Canere Stephen 229 unknown unknown unknown unknown unassigned pvt 4-Dec-1864 unknown unknown unknown May have been a patient  not prisoner
Carnell Israel 59-60 ca 1843 McCraken Co, KY slave 15-Feb-1864, Paducah, KY 8 US Col Hvy Art B train guard     29-May-1865 brain inflammation Belle    Owner earned bounty
Carr Joseph 80-81 ca 1842 unknown runaway slave 19-Mar-1864 23 US Col Inf E pvt 18-Apr-1865 erysipelas Mother (Caroline) applied for pension
Carr  Asa 167-168 ca 1839 Edgecomb Co, NC farmer/former slave? 26-Jul-1863, New Bern, NC 36 US Col Inf D pvt     21-May-1865 inflammation of the lungs single   Belongings went to mother
Carter Champ 53-54 Culpeper Co, VA slave 22-Jun-1864, Boston, MA 5 Mass Cav H pvt laborer 19-Oct-1904 Charity 2 Widow received pension
Carter Henry 136 ca 1836 Ralls Co, MS farmhand/slave 31-Dec-1863 29 US Col Inf B pvt; cpl 6-Nov-1865, Brownsville, TX laborer in Alexandria 18-Oct-1901   Susan, 1866 3 Received pension for illness; widow also received pension; 
                        mentions comrade James Murray
Chambers David 98 ca 1843 Union Co, OH farmer 11-Aug-1864, Columbus, OH 27 US Col Inf H pvt 15-Oct-1865 consumption single
Christopher John 81 ca 1839 TN unknown 27-Aug-1864 23 US Col Inf K pvt     30-Dec-1864 typhoid unknown   Paid substitute for Michael Baumgert, Vanderburg Co, IN
Clay William H 109-110 unknown Bullitt Co, KY unknown 4-Jan-1864, Marion Co, IN 28 US Col Inf D pvt 9-Apr-1865 typhoid fever or malaria unknown
Cleggett Charles H 110 ca 1844 Parkersburg, WV unknown 8-Aug-1864, Baltimore, MD 28 US Col Inf H cpl; demoted to pvt     23-Jun-1865 acute dysentery  single    
                    & consumption      
Clemens William H 110-111 ca 1839 St. Louis, MO slave? 1-Dec-1864, Indianapolis, IN 28 US Col Inf C cpl 4-Jul-1864  complications from  Amy, 15-June-1863 none Widow received pension
battle wound
Coleman Washington 210-211 ca 1839 Savannah, GA farmhand 28-Apr-1865, Page Station, NC 135 US Col Inf E cpl     3-Jul-1865 inflammation of lungs  Chloe unknown Service did not have address for wife
                    of "typhoid type"      
Coleman William 171-172 ca 1840 MD? slave? 31-Mar-1864, Baltimore, MD 39 US Col Inf E pvt 13-Jul-1864 acute rheumatism;  Delia, 12-Sep-1863 Sarah Catherine, 13-Oct-1863 Widow & daughter lived in New Market, MD
inflammation of the lungs, etc
Collins James 186 ca 1819 Dover, DE laborer 31-Mar-1864 43 US Co Inf F pvt     18-Nov-1864 acute diarrhea Martha, 7-Sep-1837   Widow received pension after she was able to provide proof of marriage 
                        from minister's son
Color Ansberry 211 unknown unknown unknown unknown 135 US Col Inf C pvt 22-Aug-1865 unknown unknown Grave number seems to be an error; no records on this soldier
Conyer Benjamin 172 ca 1822 Queen Anne's Co, MD slave or former slave Centreville, Kent Co, MD 39 US Col Inf F pvt     4-Dec-1864 chronic diarrhea married   Widow received pension; Pvt Henry Conyer may have been brother
Cook Benjamin Jr 111-112 ca 1846 Brownsville, KY slave? 1-Mar-1864, Indianapolis, IN 28 US Col Inf G pvt 24-Dec-1864 inflammation of lungs single Father received pension
Cooley John 98-99 ca 1841 Charlottesville, VA farm laborer 26-Feb-1864, Chillicothe, OH 27 US Col Inf D pvt     5-May-1864 unknown unknown   May have been first black soldier to die at L'Ouverture
Cooper Lewis 71 Cecil Co, MD farmer 2-Jan-1864 19 US Col Inf G pvt 30-Nov-1864 "ascites" married
Council Jerry 112 ca 1844 Norfolk, VA slave? White House Landing, VA 28 US Col Inf G pvt     1-May-1865 unspecified wounds      
Criff Garrison 148 unknown unknown unknown unknown 30 US Col Inf I pvt unknown unknown unknown No military service record
Cross Robert 60-61 ca 1845 Dover, Stewart Co, TN slave 26-Apr-1864 8 US Col Hvy Art D cpl     4-Jul-1865 consumption single   Information about parents; mother received pension
Crow Harvey 197-198 ca 1824 Kentucky slave? 23-Sep-1864, Kalamazoo, MI 102nd US Col Inf unassigned pvt 10-Apr-1865 inflammation of the lungs single Told recruiters he was born in NY but evidence indicate KY; may have been 47
Daniels Abraham 233 unknown unknown unknown unknown unassigned   pvt unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown Headstone in Alexandria National Cemetery
Dashiell Louis W 148 ca 1845 Somerset Co, MD slave 15-Mar-1864, Somerset Co, MD 30 US Col Inf I pvt 7-Mar-1865 consumption unknown Enrolled as Lewis Shields; mother received back pay, bonus, 
and pension
Davis James 92 ca 1845 Collins, NY unknown 15-Jan-1864, Buffalo, NY 24 NY Vol Cav M pvt     7-Sept-1864 infection or loss of blood unknown   Was not black but American Indian; received bounty
Davis Nathan 54-55 ca 1839 Augusta, GA n/a 5-Jan-1864, Boston, MA 5 Mass Cav G pvt/regimental band;   31-Oct-1865, Clarksville, TN laborer 4-Mar-1893 neuralgic rheumatism Harriet, 24-Dec-1861 none Widow received pension
railroad guard
Day Nicholas 71 ca 1846 Charles Co, MD farmer 11-Jan-1864 19 US Col Inf I pvt     11-Aug-1864 consumption single    
Diller William 148-149 ca 1845 Maryland? unknown 13-Jun-1864, Baltimore, MD 30 US Col Inf A pvt 15-Dec-1864 fever? unknown Substitute and draftee
Dixon Jacob 155-156 ca 1846 New Bern, NC unknown 8-Apr-1865, Brooklyn, NY 31st US Col Inf unassigned pvt     14-Nov-1865 consumption single   Entitled to $600 local bounty and $300 federal payment
Doleman Herbert 236-237 unknown unknown unknown unknown 1 US Col Inf C pvt unknown unknown 24-Nov-1912 unknown married unknown According to author Edward A Miller, Jr, 
cemetery records claiming 10th Infantry are incorrect
Dorsey Solomon 172-173 ca 1834 Baltimore, MD farm laborer/former slave? 22-Mar-1864, Baltimore, MD 39 US Col Inf D pvt     27-Nov-1864 "ascites" married   Widow did not apply for pension
Duffin Michael D 136-137 ca 1844 Ogle Co, IL sawing wood 5-Feb-1864, Chicago, IL 29 US Col Inf D sgt 30-Aug-1864 complications from wound;  single Father, slave from Missouri, applied for Duffin's pension
blood loss
Dyer Peter 186-187 ca 1841 Camden Co, NJ   16-Mar-1864, Philadelphia, PA 43 US Co Inf C pvt      5-Feb-1865 chronic bronchitis or single   Spencer Dyer (brother) received personal belongings
                    consumption      
Eastner Adam 211 ca 1841 Orangeburg Co, SC unknown 1-May-1865, Forestville, MD 135 US Col Inf K pvt 3-Jun-1865 inflammation of spinal cord Harriet Wife may not have known of his death or enlistment
Elsie Arthur 137-138 ca 1843 Norfolk, VA unknown 13-Aug-1864, Camp Casey, VA 29 US Col Inf B pvt     27-May-1865 consumption     May have been 16 years old at enlistment; New York agent handled case
Evans Andrew 112-113 ca 1808 VA unknown 28-Jan-1864 28 US Col Inf E pvt 8-Oct-1864 "inflammation of the bowels" married
Fields  James 149 unknown St Georges, unknown 18-Jun-1864 (muster) 30 US Col Inf H pvt     27-May-1865 consumption Amelia B    
      New Castle, DE?                  
Fleming Samuel 113 ca 1845 Daviess Co, KY slave? 17-Aug-1864, Evansville, IN 28 US Col Inf G pvt 4-Nov-1864 chronic diarrhea single
Foster George 234-235 unknown unknown unknown 12-Mar-1867, Memphis, TN 1 US Col Inf C pvt; cpl 16-Aug-1870 as pvt unknown 16-May-1896 unknown unknown unknown Court-martialed several times; brother of Lorenzo Foster
Foster Lorenzo 235 unknown unknown unknown 12-March-1867, Memphis, TN 1 US Col Inf C pvt; cpl 12-Mar-1872 on disability lived in Alexandria 9-Feb-1903 unknown unknown unknown Pension board denied application; brother of George Foster
Freeman Jackson 198 ca 1846 Ontario, Canada farmer 15-Feb-1865, MI 102nd US Col Inf F pvt     7-Apr-1865 inflammation of the lungs single   Paid substitute for James Murphy, Palmyra, MI; Canadian citizen
Freeman Patrick 138-139 ca 1846 TN unknown 8-Oct-1864, Chicago, IL 29 US Col Inf unassigned pvt unknown unknown unknown Cemetery reversed his name  as "Pvt Freeman Patrick"
Gadson James 55 ca 1841 Charleston, SC waiter 3-Sep-1864 5 Mass Cav  --- pvt     22-Dec-1864 typhoid fever single   Paid substitute for Philip A Cornell, Dartmouth, MA
Garrison Edward 156 ca 1845 Putnam Co, NY? unknown 30-Jan-1864, CT 31st US Col Inf D pvt 18-Jun-1864 exhaustion from illness single
Gass James 113 ca 1846 Martinsville,  unknown 18-Jan-1864 28 US Col Inf E pvt     21-Jun-1864 intermittent fever single   Mother was survivor; autopsy found tuberculosis
      Morgan Co, IN                  
Gateford James 187 ca 1840 Evansburg,  31-Mar-1864, Waterford, PA 43 US Co Inf E pvt 27-Sep-1864 wound single
Henderson Co, KY
Glover Christopher 211-212 ca 1840 Monticello, GA farmhand/slave 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf C cpl     1-Jun-1865 congested liver, spleen,  Millie none Widow describes slave marriage and former owners
                    other issues      
Gordon Henry 173 ca 1834 VA unknown 27-Sep-1864, Baltimore, MD? 39 US Col Inf unassigned pvt 29-Sep-1864 unknown unknown
Gordon James 149-150 unknown Chesterton, Kent Co, MD slave? 29-Feb-1864, Baltimore, MD 30 US Col Inf E pvt     24-Aug-1864 shell wound Harriet none Widow received pension
Gordy Henry W 150 ca 1824 Worchester Co, MD farmer 4-Mar-1864, Worchester Co, MD 30 US Col Inf G pvt 28-Sep-1864 acute pleurisy married
Gorgo Charles A 198-199 unknown unknown unknown unknown 102nd US Col Inf K pvt     20-Jan-1865 unknown unknown   Records not found at National Archives; also known as "Gordo"
Gould John 81 unknown unknown unknown unknown 23 US Col Inf I pvt unknown unknown unknown unknown No military record found; buried 6-Jan-1865
Graves Harry 201-202 ca 1820 St. Mary's Depot,  farmhand/slave 30-Aug-1864?, Lebanon, KY 107 US Col Inf H sgt at enlistment     23-Jun-1866 heart valve disease Helen (slave) daughter, age 20 Enlisted without owner's permission
      Marion Co, KY                  
Green Joseph 207 ca 1846 Bourbon Co, KY probably slave 3-Aug-1864 117 US Col Inf C pvt 22-Apr-1865 inflammation of the lungs unknown Capt wrote that Green was useless as soldier; doctor found "mental instability"
Green Thomas 114 ca 1844 DE? farmer/slave? 15-Aug-1864 28 US Col Inf C pvt     28-May-1865 consumption single   Paid substitute
Green  John 81-82 unknown Anne Arundel Co, MD? unknown 31-Dec-1863, Baltimore, MD 23 US Col Inf K pvt ca 17-Aug-1865  diarrhea single Requested "Francis Diggs of Baltimore … be notified of his condition"
Gregory Oscar 187-188 ca 1840 Philadelphia, PA   2-Apr-1864, Landisburg, Perry Co, PA 43 US Co Inf E pvt; assigned      5-May-1865 acute diarrhea Mary   Widow received back pay but did not apply for pension
                wagoner          
Hacket Henry 82 ca 1843 Gordonsville, VA unknown 21-Jul-1864 23 US Col Inf H pvt 9-Nov-1864 unknown causes unknown Paid substitute for James H Jenkins, Barnstable, MA
Hall John H 114 ca 1835 MD? unknown 9-Aug-1864, Ellicott Mills, MD 28 US Col Inf C pvt     19-Feb-1865 unknown unknown   Paid substitute; varying accounts of his death
Hamer Arthur 212-213 ca 1844 Little Rock, SC unknown 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf H pvt 30-Jun-1865 acute diarrhea Bana Hayman Wife's name might be wrong; never notified of husband's death
Hamilton Lewis 202 unknown Jefferson Co, KY or  unknown 3-Sep-1864 107 US Col Inf I pvt, sgt, demoted,     17-Mar-1866 pneumonia married   Widow did not apply for pension
      Harden Co, KY       cpl, then sgt          
Hamilton Thomas 173 ca 1838 NC boatman 16-May-1864, Kingston, NY 39 US Col Inf B pvt 16-Mar-1865 consumption Lavina Widow did not apply for pension
Hampton Wade 139 ca 1822 Washington Co, NC former slave? 2-Apr-1864, Chicago, IL 29 US Col Inf C pvt     26-Jun-1864 inflammation of the lungs single    
Hansboro Henry 229-231 unknown unknown unknown unknown unassigned pvt 14-Aug-1864 unknown unknown unknown Records do not match on him; showing him from WVA or VA.
Harney George 114-115 ca 1845 VA freed slave?/boatman 27-Jul-1864, Baltimore, MD 28 US Col Inf I pvt     19-Jul-1865 consumption single   Requested "John Cole…Crossroads, Maryland  be notified of his condition"
Harrison Peter 82-83 ca 1846 Caroline Co, VA unknown 30-Jun-1864 23 US Col Inf D pvt 17-May-1865 acute diarrhea single Paid substitute for Pierce Butler of PA; mother was Angelina Harrison
Helmes Bennett 63 ca 1843 VA   1-Nov-1864 8 US Col Inf K pvt     21-Feb-1865 consumption Louisa    
Herbert James 115 unknown unknown unknown unknown 28 US Col Inf pvt 29-Aug-1865 unknown unknown No military service record found
Hill Henry 213 ca 1842 Wilmington, NC farmer 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf H pvt     4-Jun-1865 chronic diarrhea Laura    Widow did not receive pension
Holmes Francis 213 ca 1819 Samson Co, NC farmer 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC  135 US Col Inf C pvt 3-Jul-1865 acute diarrhea Jesse unknown Widow did not apply for pension
Horton Frederick A 156-157 ca 1839 New York unknown 14-Nov-1863, New Haven, CT   31st US Col Inf B pvt     5-Dec-1864 chronic diarrhea unknown   Paid substitute for William Hamilton, Redding, CT
Houston Alexander 150 ca 1829 unknown unknown unknown 30 US Col Inf unknown pvt 4-Jul-1864 unknown unknown No military record found
Howe Henry 213-214 ca 1847 Camden, SC farm worker 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf A pvt     28-Jun-1865 acute diarrhea unknown    
Hubbert David 139 unknown MO slave? 11-Nov-1863, Quincy, IL 29 US Col Inf A pvt 22-Aug-1865 consumption unknown
Hurse Samuel 99-100 ca 1840 Shelby Co, OH unknown 29-Mar-1864, Columbus, OH 27 US Col Inf I pvt     1-Nov-1864 consumption Mary Ann Freeman William Henry Family received pension
Jackson Augustus 157-158 ca 1846 South Adams, MA farmer 2-Feb-1864 31st US Col Inf D pvt 12-May-1864 remittent fever unknown According to author Edward A Miller, Jr, file contains incorrect information
Jackson Thomas 115 ca 1839 unknown unknown 22-Aug-1864, Jeffersonville, IN 28 US Col Inf G pvt     1-Mar-1865 unknown unknown   Paid substitute;some records report death 21-Jun-1865 at L'Ouverture
Jackson William A 174 ca 1843 Fulton Co, NY unknown 25-Apr-1864, Watertown, NY 39 US Col Inf B pvt 28-Dec-1864 consumption single Doctors think he was 16
Jacobs Adolphus 115-117 ca 1843 Shawneetown, IL farmer 4-Jan-1864 28 US Col Inf D pvt     14-Aug-1864 wounds?     Wrote letters to parents;mother received pension
Jacobs George W 71-72 ca 1845 Somerset Co, MD slave 19 US Col Inf F pvt 19-Mar-1865 consumption Information about parents; parents received pension
James John 231 unknown unknown unknown unknown unassigned   pvt     23-Aug-1864 unknown unknown unknown May have been in the Virginia Colored Guard
Johnson Frank 214 ca 1847 VA probably slave 13-May-1865, Hanover Court House, VA 135 US Col Inf A pvt 6-Jun-1865 purpura unknown Records show Marshall Harris, Richmond, VA as next of kin
Johnson Frisby 231 ca 1814 unknown unknown unknown unassigned   pvt     15-Dec-1864 unknown unknown unknown May have been in the Virginia Colored Guard
Johnson George 188 unknown Camden, NJ laborer 14-Apr-1864, Camden, NJ? 43 US Co Inf G pvt 18-Aug-1864 wounds single Mother received pension
Johnson Henry 174 unknown Howard Co, MD laborer/slave? 31-Mar-1864, Howard Co, MD 39 US Col Inf B pvt     8-Jul-1864 inflammation of the lungs single    
Johnson James W 150-151 ca 1839 Frederick Co, MD?  slave? 31-Mar-1864 30 US Col Inf H pvt 23-Nov-1864 debility from amputation and  unknown Asked that his sister, Lucinda of Washington, DC, 
inflammation of the lungs receive payment
Johnson Robert 151-152 ca 1814 Anne Arundel Co, MD? slave 23-Feb-1864, Annapolis, MD 30 US Col Inf D pvt     1-Feb-1865 inflammation or  Maria, 17-Apr-1863 2 Johnson had been owned by Essex R Dorsey;
                    hemorrhage of lungs     widow & children received pension
Johnson William 93-94 ca 1822 Princeton, NJ unknown 3-Feb-1864, Upper Freehold,  25 US Col Inf H pvt 4-May-1865 "dropsy from heart disease" Malvina Court-martialed for desertion
Monmouth Co, NJ
Jones David 188-189 ca 1818 West Chester, PA laborer 4-Mar-1864, Philadelphia, PA 43 US Co Inf A pvt     15-Mar-1865 congestion of lungs Mary  Benjamin Franklin & Sarah Rebecca Some records show him as 53 years old at enlistment; 
                        Pvt Charles W Brown gave details of Jones' condition to
                        widow for pension application
Jones  William 83 ca 1831 Washington, DC sailor 28-Dec-1863, Baltimore, MD 23 US Col Inf B pvt 19-Aug-1864 wound or complication single Paid substitute for John York
 from amputation
King George T 231-232 ca 1837 Calvert Co, MD laborer 27-Sep-1864, VA unassigned   pvt 9-Jul-1865 worked as gardener  27-Dec-1898   unknown unknown Applied for pension in 1892
                    in Alexandria        
Lamb Hiram 117-118 ca 1808 Morgan Co, IN laborer 4-Jan-1864, Indianapolis, IN 28 US Col Inf D pvt 12-Nov-1864 tuberculosis unknown Autopsy report noted that he was three-fourths white
Lane David 118 ca 1842 NC   4-Jan-1864, Indianapolis, IN 28 US Col Inf C sgt     20-Dec-1864 chronic diarrhea     Mother (Edie) applied for pension
Lane Edward 214 ca 1842 Bladen Co, NC 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf E pvt 1-Jul-1865 chronic diarrhea single Records show Washington Burne, Bladen, NC as next of kin
Lane John H 118 unknown unknown unknown unknown 28 US Col Inf A pvt     13-May-1864 unknown unknown   Brother of Sgt David Lane
Larue George  158 ca 1845 Lycoming Co, PA farmer 7-Dec-1863, Addison, 31st US Col Inf E pvt 1-Mar-1865 complications from  single
Steuben Co, NY constipation
Lawfrey Lucas 139-140 ca 1848 Sussex Co, DE laborer/slave? 21-Jul-1864, Wilmington, DE 29 US Col Inf G pvt     14-Dec-1864 chronic diarrhea single?   May have been 15 years old at enlistment
Lewis Charles 83-84 ca 1842 Norfolk, VA freed slave? 21-May-1864, Lawrence, MA 23 US Col Inf G pvt 28-Oct-1865 jaundice single Paid substitute for Charles Lawless; mother was Jamima Tilman of Philadelphia
Lincoln Perry 118-120 ca 1818 unknown "pump master" 1-Jul-1864 28 US Col Inf I sgt; demoted to pvt     9-Nov-1864 consumption 1st -- unknown 7 Widow & children received pension for a time
                    2nd -- Rita/Ruth (slave)    
Lingus James 174-175 ca 1839 unknown slave 31-Mar-1864 39 US Col Inf I pvt 18-May-1864 inflammation of the lungs single? Mother (Harriet) died before pension application was decided 
Low King 214-215 ca 1844 Raleigh, NC laborer 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf G pvt     5-Jul-1865 acute diarrhea single   Asked that pay be sent to Isaac Page, Wake Co, NC
Lyles Jonathan 117 unknown unknown unknown unknown 28 US Col Inf D pvt unknown unknown unknown Wrote letter about Pvt Adolphus Jacobs' death
Lyste Peter 215         135 US Col Inf A pvt     27-Aug-1865        
Manwell  Charles H 100 unknown unknown unknown unknown 27 US Col Inf G pvt 19-May-1864 unknown unknown Also known as "Matver" or "Manton"
Mapp Levi 64 ca 1840 White Marsh,  slave 30-Aug-1863 10 US Col Inf B pvt     28-Jan-1865 rheumatism, consumption      
      Northhampton Co, VA                  
Marshall Charles James 159 unknown VA unknown Bennington, NY? 31st US Col Inf I pvt 2-Oct-1864 killed or fatally wounded unknown "Substitute prior to draft"
Mason Caleb 175 ca 1836 unknown drayman 29-Jun-1864 39 US Col Inf D pvt     20-Dec-1864 chronic diarrhea married   First black soldier buried in Alexandria Military Cemetery
Mason George 215 ca 1835 Jasper Co, GA farmhand/slave 26-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf A sgt 6-Jun-1865 or unknown unknown Enlistment record describe complexion as "yellow" i.e. very fair
7-Jun-1865
Mason William 120 ca 1839 Harlan Co, KY farm hand/slave? 1-Jan-1864, Indianapolis, IN 28 US Col Inf C pvt     1-Nov-1864 acute diarrhea single   Other records indicate he died at Poplar Grove, VA
Mathews Daniel 72-73 Baltimore Co, MD 11-Jun-1864 19 US Col Inf F pvt 10-Aug-1864 gunshot wound married
Mattis Alfred 67         18 US Col Inf H pvt     7-Jun-1865        
Maxwell Carter 100 ca 1842 Ross Co, OH laborer Marion Township, Allen Co., OH 27 US Col Inf D pvt 9-Nov-1864 typhoid single
McCall Gideon 158-159 ca 1828 Philadelphia, PA? laborer 25-Jan-1864, Norwich, CT 31st US Col Inf C pvt; cpl     8-Oct-1864 acute diarrhea married   Survivors did not apply for pension
McFarren Albert 206 ca 1841 Danville, Boyle Co, KY slave 31-May-1864, Camp Nelson, KY 116 US Col Inf A cpl 11-Jun-1865 inflammation of the lungs,  single Clothes and belongings auctioned at hospital for $1.45
probably pneumonia
McGill Albert 120-121 ca 1844 Woodbury, TN farm worker Mar 1864, Indianapolis, IN 28 US Col Inf G pvt     13-Aug-1864 wounds from battle married   Widow lived in Indianpolis -- she did not apply for pension
McGrundy William 140 ca 1846 Jefferson, Cook Co, KY unknown 8-Feb-1864, Chicago, IL 29 US Col Inf B pvt 9-Jul-1864 inflammation of the lungs single
McNeill Ramsey 215-217 unknown Robeson Co, NC slave 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf G pvt     8-Jun-1865 chronic diarrhea Laura Jane, 20-Jun-1865 Mother & daughter received pension until Laura re-married (re-instated
                        after her later husband deserted her and Jane died)
Mickel Dudley 217 ca 1839 Cheraw, SC former slave 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf G pvt 18-May-1865 acute dysentery unknown Belongings included $15.50 in Confederate money, pocket knife, and wallets
Miller Benjamin 152-153 ca 1845 unknown farm laborer 7-Sep-1864, Baltimore, MD 30 US Col Inf K pvt     22-Jan-1865 acute diarrhea single?   Father (freed slave) applied for pension
Miller Larkin 121 ca 1838 Jefferson Co, IN unknown 24-Dec-1863, Madison, IN 28 US Col Inf D pvt 26-Dec-1864 chronic bronchitis unknown
Molson Samuel 189-190 ca 1833 Mifflin Co, PA barber 22-Mar-1864, Troy, PA 43 US Co Inf D pvt     31-Aug-1864 acute rheumatism single   May have had brother in the regiment named 
                        Cpl William N Molson, another barber
Moore Simeon 190 ca 1841 Jones Co, NC 7-Apr-1864, Waterford, PA 43 US Co Inf F pvt 7-Apr-1864 unknown
Morrison James 202-203 ca 1841 Casey Co, KY slave? 21-Jul-1864 107 US Col Inf D cpl, sgt, demoted,       2-Jul-1866 pneumonia single   Substitute for Garret Payton. Court-martial sentence was 
              guilty at court-martial         loss of one month's lpay and hard labor
Morton Henry 195-196 ca 1830 Walpole, MA engineer 26-Dec-1863, East Cambridge, MA 56 Mass Vol Inf E pvt 9-Jan-1865 congested lung unknown No indication in records that he was an African-American -- 
perhaps Native American or black who enlisted in liberal MA
Mullen Israel 190-191 ca 1821 Dauphin Co, PA or    Philadelphia, PA 43 US Co Inf A pvt     16-Sep-1864 consumption Mary, 24-May-1844 5 minor children -- Andrew B, Susan E,  Wrote to wife about leg problems
      Lewistown, PA?               Joseph A, Christian E, & Ida C  
Murphy Shedrick 84 ca 1840 unknown teamster 17-Dec-1863 23 US Col Inf B pvt 26-Dec-1864 consumption single Paid substitute for John Silton
Murray James 140-141 ca 1842 Salem/Petersburg, VA slave? 13-Dec-1864, Baltimore, MD 29 US Col Inf I pvt Brownsville, TX day laborer 8-Sep-1921 senility married twice  8 Paid substitute for Reuben E Jackson, Baltimore, MD; 
                        also known as "Marshall" 
Nance Charles 101 ca 1842 Fleming Co, KY farm laborer 2-Aug-1864, Flemmingsburg, KY 27 US Col Inf K pvt 12-Jan-1865 consumption Belle Floern
Nash Henry 73 ca 1843 Dorchester Co, MD     19 US Col Inf C pvt     14-Nov-1864 fever     Mother received pension
Neal James 84-85 ca 1843 Charles Co, MD unknown 18-Dec-1863, Baltimore, MD 23 US Col Inf B & I pvt 3-May-1865 consumption single Paid substitute
Neeley Isaac (Ike) 61-62 ca 1846 TN farmhand 24-Dec-1864 8 US Col Hvy Art L pvt     27-Apr-1865 consumption single   Paid substitute for Samuel G Mills, Hiskmman  (sic) Co, TN
Nelson Thomas 85 unknown Maryland waterman 31-Dec-1863 23 US Col Inf B pvt 22-Aug-1864 "ascites" married Paid substitute for James Bouldin, Baltimore, MD
Nicholas Columbus 166 unknown unknown unknown unknown 35 US Col Inf K pvt     13-Jun-1865 unknown unknown   No military service record 
Notts Richard 191-192 ca 1844 Gloucester Co, MD 14-Apr-1863, Philadelphia, PA 43 US Co Inf G pvt 31-Oct-1864 secondary hemorrhage to single
 amputated area due to 
rough handling
Owens Charles 203-204 ca 1844 Breckinridge Co, KY probably slave 1-Sep-1864, Louisville, KY 107 US Col Inf I pvt     20-Mar-1866 typhoid pneumonia single   Military records contain nothing on service
Parker Franklin 217 ca 1845 Samson, NC farmhand 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf C pvt 7-Jun-1865 chronic diarrhea single
Parker Lewis 121 ca 1828 IN unknown 24-Dec-1863, Indianapolis, IN 28 US Col Inf B pvt     26-Aug-1864 rheumatism & consumption unknown   Records say he deserted but charge removed from file
Parker Littleton 65 ca 1836 Accomack Co slave 4-Jul-1864 10 US Col Inf I pvt 7-Aug-1864 dysentery Harriet, 25-Dec-1854 none Widow received pension
Parmer George 101 ca 1842 unknown unknown 26-Jul-1864, Camp Delaware, OH 27 US Col Inf K pvt     10-Feb-1865 heart disease single    
Parren Abraham 122 ca 1846 Nashville, TN laborer/slave? 19-Feb-1864, Madison Co, IN 28 US Col Inf F pvt 1-Jan-1865 consumption single
Patterson Alexander 85-86 unknown Mississippi unknown 25-Aug-1864, Evansville, IN 23 US Col Inf D pvt     6-Aug-1865 consumption single   Paid substitute for  E O Spencer, Posey Co, IN
Pattison John 217-218 ca 1825 Barnwell Township, SC unknown 27-Mar-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf D pvt 11-Jun-1865 acute diarrhea Mollie Paterson May have been 48 years old
Paul Isaac F 101-102 ca 1828 Rockbridge Co, VA barber 5-Jan-1864 27 US Col Inf B pvt; cpl     20-Nov-1864 unknown married   Widow did not apply for pension
Payne James 159-160 ca 1842 GA unknown 25-Jun-1864 31st US Col Inf G pvt 18-Jan-1865 consumption single Paid substitute for man from Kingston, NY
Percy Leonard 86 ca 1807 unknown unknown unknown 23 US Col Inf B pvt     1-Aug-1864 unknown unknown    
Percy Leonard 160 ca 1821 Granby, CT butcher 2-Jan-1864, New Haven, CT 31st US Col Inf C pvt 1-Aug-1864 inflammation of lungs married Surgeon thought Percy was 57 years old
Peter Joseph 141-142 ca 1845 unknown unknown 1-Feb-1865 29 US Col Inf unassigned pvt     12-Mar-1865 pneumonia single?   May have been substitute for man from Prairie du Rocher, IL
Peterson Alexander 160-161 ca 1817 Intercourse, PA waiter 11-Apr-1864, New Haven, CT 31st US Col Inf D pvt 6-Aug-1864 wounds? married Said he was 35 when enlisting but records show 43 years old
Peterson James H 161 unknown unknown unknown 21-Dec-1863, Scio, NY 31st US Col Inf E pvt     16-Sep-1864 wounds Lavina Francis A, 26-Jul-1860 &  Widow denied pension due to "bad character"
                      Francisco J, 8-Nov-1863  
Phillips James R 142 ca 1844 Alton area, IL farmer 16-Feb-1864 29 US Col Inf E pvt 24-May-1864 smallpox single
Posey Eben 153 unknown unknown farm laborer/slave? 29-Feb-1864, Kent Co, MD 30 US Col Inf C cpl     9-Nov-1864 amputation? Eliza none Widow received pension
Potter Nicholas 175 ca 1845 Fishkill, NY unknown 3-Sep-1864, Poughkeepsie, NY 39 US Col Inf I pvt 20-Nov-1864 rheumatism? single Also known as "Foster" and "Poster"
Powell Edward 220 unknown Culpeper Co, VA teamster 1-May-1865, Macon, Ga. 136 US Col Inf E cpl 4-Jan-1866, Augusta, GA possible teamster 5-Jul-1911 unknown unknown unknown Entered the service after the war ended
Poyle John F 73 19 US Col Inf A pvt
Quillar Elias H 161-162 unknown New York, NY porter 22-Feb-1864, Bridgeport, CT 31st US Col Inf D sgt     11-Dec-1864 chronic diarrhea Mary, 28-May 1862 Harry W & Martha E Literate; widow & children received pension
Ratcliff Linton 62 ca 1835 McCraken Co, KY slave 22-Feb-1864, Paducah, KY 8 US Col Hvy Art B pvt 5-Jun-1865 diarrhea Information about parents; mother's application rejected
Ray Minard 192 ca 1832 New Brunswick, NJ   31-Mar-1864, Somerville, NJ 43 US Co Inf E cpl at enlistment     28-Nov-1864 consumption 1st -- unknown 2 daughters from 2 marriages --  Possibly literate; children received pension but second 
                    2nd -- Rachael Annie Sophia & Anna L wife could not establish entitlement.
Reddon Abraham 122 ca 1845 Cecil Co, MD field hand/slave? 10-Aug-1864, Baltimore, MD 28 US Col Inf A pvt 17-Jun-1865 consumption single
Reed David 162-163 ca 1845 SC/New Orleans? cook 22-Aug-1864, New York, NY 31st US Col Inf I pvt     12-Feb-1865 chronic bronchitis single   Paid substitute for William L Crane; also known as "Reid"
Rider James Henry 163-164 ca 1846 Howard Co, MD waiter/former slave? 11-Jan-1864, Norwich CT 31st US Col Inf C pvt 29-Nov-1864 wound or complications  single
Ridgeway Issac "Ike" 204 ca 1843 Bethlehem, Henry Co, KY probably slave 13-Sep-1864, Louisville, KY 107 US Col Inf K pvt     13-Aug-1866 chronic dysentery married 1 Enlisted without owner's permission
Roberts  Harlan 164 ca 1798 New York unknown 12-Jan-1864, Hartford, CT 31st US Col Inf C pvt 25-Jun-1864 chronic diarrhea single?
Robins Willis 122-123 ca 1842 MO slave? 4-Jan-1864 28 US Col Inf D pvt     7-Jun-1864 consumption single    
Roy Henry 86-87 ca 1844 Fauquier Co, VA freed slave? 30-Mar-1864 23 US Col Inf G pvt 30-Jun-1864 acute diarrhea? single Nearest relative was Daniel Roy (father?), Alexandria, VA
Russell John 87 ca 1846 AL farmhand 17-Aug-1864, Indianapolis, IN 23 US Col Inf E pvt     2-Jul-1865 consumption of the bowels single    
Shephard Miles 132-133 unknown Baltimore, MD teamster 28-Dec-1863, Hartford, CT 29 CT Col Inf H pvt 6-Nov-1864 bronchitis? married Court-martialed
Shirley William 123 ca 1844 Orange Co, IN   7-Jan-1864 28 US Col Inf E pvt     29-Jun-1864 consumption single    
Short Michael 73 Charles Co, MD slave 8-Jan-1864 19 US Col Inf K pvt 18-Dec-1864 diarrhea Mary 3 Children received pension
Short William 74 ca 1846 Charles Co, MD   8-Jan-1864, Charles Co, MD 19 US Col Inf K pvt     22-Aug-1864 gunshot wound single   May have been related to Michael Short
Smith Henry 88 ca 1842 Randolph Co, NC unknown 26-Dec-1863, Washington, DC 23 US Col Inf A pvt 3-Sept-1863 dropsy single
Smith James 175-176 ca 1844 Baltimore, MD laborer 28-Mar-1864, Baltimore, MD 39 US Col Inf E pvt     23-Jun-1865 chronic diarrhea single    
Smith John 142 ca 1841 Charleston, WV unknown 10-Jan-1864, Chicago, IL 29 US Col Inf C pvt 7-Dec-1864 dyspepsia single Sometimes confused with another John Smith in same company
Smith Nelson 102 unknown Newark, Licking Co, OH unknown 26-Feb-1864 27 US Col Inf E pvt     2-Nov-1864 chronic diarrhea &  widower -- wife was Martha William & Ernest Children received pension
                    disease of the lungs      
Spriggs George P 74-75 ca 1842 Frederick Co, MD sailor 1-Jan-1864, Frederick Co, MD 19 US Col Inf F pvt 1-Dec-1864 acute diarrhea single
Stanton Franklin 218 ca 1845 Malby, SC unknown 27-Mar-1865, Page Station, NC 135 US Col Inf C pvt     unknown unknown unknown   Nothing on death or hospital stays
Stephens George 75 ca 1844 Northhampton Co, VA unknown 1864, Ellicott Mills, MD 19 US Col Inf G pvt 5-Nov-1864 gunshot wound single Paid substitute for George Randall
Stevens James 204 unknown unknown unknown unknown 107 US Col Inf F pvt     13-Aug-1866 unknown unknown   No military or pension records found
Stevens Mason 176 unknown DE unknown 18-Jun-1864, Wilmington, DE 39 US Col Inf E pvt 14-Feb-1865? consumption Lydia Widow applied for pension
Stevenson John T 235-236 unknown unknown unknown 15-Dec-1869, Washington, DC 1 US Col Inf A pvt 29-Dec-1874, Fort Griffin, TX; 1880, TX;  settled in Alexandria 31-Jan-1912 unknown Rebecca Johnson, 1-Oct-1885 3 Pension board denied application due to "vicious habits"
                25-Jul-1885, Fort Grant, TX        
Stewart Lawrence 75-76 ca 1846 Charles Co, MD slave 11-Jan-1864, Little Tavern,  19 US Col Inf I pvt 17-Aug-1864 gunshot wound single Received $10 bounty at enlistment
Bryan Race Course, MD
Stop Henry 102-103 ca 1820 unknown unknown unknown 27 US Col Inf I pvt     10-Dec-1864 unknown unknown unknown No military records
Stowers Samuel 207-208 ca 1846 Pendleton Co, KY farmer/slave? 15-Aug-1864, Pendleton Co, KY 117 US Col Inf D pvt 28-Sep-1865 inflammation of the lungs single Discharged, 20-Jun-1867; closest relative Samuel Stowers, Covington, KY
Sutton James 232 ca 1845 unknown unknown unknown unassigned   pvt     9-Apr-1865 pneumonia unknown unknown No military service record
Thomas Daniel 88 ca 1845 Prince George's Co, MD laborer 15-Jul-1864, Washington, DC? 23 US Col Inf H pvt 31-Dec-1864 consumption single
Thomas Risdon 76 ca 1838 Talbot Co, MD farm worker 3-Jan-1864 19 US Col Inf I pvt     10-May-1865 inflammation of the lungs single   Regiment transferred him to Co K two months after death
Thompson George W 153-154 ca 1824 Philadelphia laborer 18-May-1864, Wilmington, DE 30 US Col Inf E pvt; cpl 9-Dec-1864 acute diarrhea Rebecca, 5-Mar-1849 2 sons Widow & children received pension
Thompson John 218-219 ca 1845 Sampson Co, NC unknown 27-March-1865, Goldsboro, NC 135 US Col Inf B pvt     unknown unknown unknown   Records show he mustered out 23-Oct-1865, but other records 
                        show burial on 12-Sep-1865
Thompson Robert 176-177 ca 1843 Kent Co, DE unknown 18-Jun-1864, Wilmington, DE 39 US Col Inf E pvt 4-Feb-1865 single Father (Levin) received clothes and $31.40
Thompson William H 76 ca 1846 Chesterson, slave January 1864 19 US Col Inf E pvt; cpl 5-Aug-1864   18-Aug-1864 tuberculosis single   Slave owner was Henry Farmer; doctors think Thompson 
      Kent Co, MD                 was only 15 when he died
Thornhill Reuben 142-143 ca 1845 Troy, MO unknown 28-Dec-1863, Chicago, IL 29 US Col Inf C pvt 25-Jul-1864 inflammation of the pleura single
Tollson John 232-233 ca 1835 Charles CO, MD or  laborer 27-Sep-1864, VA unassigned   pvt 29-Jul-1865 lived in DC 19-Apr-1895   1st -- Louisa Cole   2 -- Sandy (John Jr) & Sophia Pension off and on for family, children still pursuing in 1928; 
      Prince George's Co, MD              and Alexandria   2nd -- unknown   member of the Virginia Colored Guard
Trout Toby 164-165 ca 1830 Oxford, OH unknown 25-Jan-1864, New Haven, CT 31st US Col Inf C pvt 15-Apr-1865 gangrene of the lungs single Property included a fife and watch
Tue James 154 ca 1844 unknown unknown unknown 30 US Col Inf H pvt     21-Aug-1864 unknown unknown   No military service record
Turner Alexander 177-178 ca 1836 Harford Co, MD farmer 24-Mar-1864 39 US Col Inf D pvt 19-Aug-1865 acute diarrhea married Widow did not apply for pension
Tyler Henry 57-58 May 1843 Warrenton, VA slave 4-Nov-1864 6 US Col Inf H pvt 20-Sep-1865, Wilmington, DE Alexandria 1-Mar-1911 pneumonia married 3 times 13  
Underwood Eugene 205 ca 1847 slave 3-Aug-1864, Bowling Green, KY 115 US Col Inf B pvt 1-Sep-1865 acute diarrhea & consumption single Information about parents & former owner; mother (Sarah) received pension
Vinegar George Washington 66 ca 1843 KY slave? 8-Dec-1864 16 US Col Inf G pvt     10-May-1865 spinal meningitis      
Wade Frank 103 ca 1843 Memphis, TN unknown 1-Aug-1864, Cincinnati, OH 27 US Col Inf K pvt 25-Dec-1864 consumption single Paid substitute for Charles M Smith, Memphis, TN
Walker Robert 88-89 unknown Coles Hill, Fairfax Co, VA unknown 4-Apr-1864, Washington, DC 23 US Col Inf G pvt     22-Jul-1865 inflammation of stomach Jane, 30-May-1859 Alice Information about father & wife
Watkins Henry 123 ca 1846 Daviess Co, KY farmer/slave? 20-Jul-1864 28 US Col Inf K pvt 24-Nov-1864 chronic diarrhea married Paid substitute for Charles H Kellogg, Pigeon, IN
Watkins Henry 178 ca 1844 Anne Arundel Co, MD day laborer/slave? 31-Mar-1864, Baltimore, MD 39 US Col Inf G pvt     16-Aug-1864 tuberculosis single    
Watson Henry 89 ca 1843 Louisa Co, VA unknown 30-Mar-1864 23 US Col Inf G pvt 25-Aug-1864 bronchitis single Death certificate stated he was 27 years old
Watts Emery 178-179 unknown Maynard, Anne Arundel Co, MD farmhand slave July 1864, Ellicott Mills, MD 39 US Col Inf unassigned pvt     19-Jun-1865 debility from diarrhea Caroline Richards (slave) 6 -- Susan, Henry, Charles, Sarah,  Drafted and transferred to various units; wife at side 
                      William & Emma J at his death; pension eventually granted
Weaver Richard 169 ca 1835 Warren Co, VA unknown 7-Mar-1865, Washington, DC 38 US Col Inf D pvt 7-Mar-1867, Brazos de Santiago, TX 13-Jul-1905 unknown unknown Nothing known about life after service
White George 165 ca 1836 VA farm laborer/former slave? 5-Aug-1864, Washington, DC 31st US Col Inf A pvt     9-Dec-1864 chronic diarrhea unknown   Paid substitute for Henry C Dodge, Washington, DC
White Samuel 143-144 ca 1828 SC? slave? 13-Nov-1863, Quincy, IL 29 US Col Inf A sgt 5-Sep-1864 inflammation of the lungs Maria at least 2 -- Emma & Jennette Widow applied for pension and later re-married
Whiting Alfred 193-194 ca 1840 Carlisle, PA waiter 1863 54 Mass Vol Inf Col I sgt at enlistment     26-Jun-1865 typhoid fever Catherine none Widow received pension
Wilkinson James H 179-180 ca 1842 Talbot Co, MD farmhand 31-Mar-1864, Camp Belger, MD 39 US Col Inf K pvt 13-Aug-1864 died of wounds single Mother (Eliza) received back pay, bounty, & pension
Williams Elias 123-124 ca 1841   farmer   28 US Col Inf C pvt     2-May-1865 inflammation of the lungs single    
Williams James 144 ca 1842 Louisville, KY former slave 7-Dec-1863, Quincy, IL 29 US Col Inf A pvt 23-Oct-1864 typhoid single
Williams Robert 76-77 ca 1836 unknown unknown unknown 19 US Col Inf C pvt     28-Jun-1864 unknown unknown   Reburied in Military Cemetery,  21-Jan-1865
Willis John H 89-90 ca 1839 Prince George's Co, MD unknown 4-Apr-1864 23 US Col Inf H pvt 8-May-1865 "inflammation of pleura" Martha 
Wilson Joseph H 55-56 ca 1833 New Carlisle, OH saddler Boston, MA 5 Mass Cav F sgt     22-Mar-1865 lung disease single none  
Wilson Perry 154 unknown Baltimore, MD unknown 6-Sep, Ellicott Mills, MD 30 US Col Inf G pvt 28-Dec debility single Paid substitute
Wilson Reuben 144-145 ca 1822 Amherst Co, VA former slave 16-Feb-1864, Quincy, IL 29 US Col Inf E pvt; cpl     20-Aug-1864 diarrhea and exhaustion married  5 daughters Youngest child 11 months old at soldier's death
Wilson Samuel 103 ca 1836 Gallia Co, OH unknown 9-Aug-1864, Chillicothe, OH 27 US Col Inf C pvt 20-Dec-1864 inflammation of the lungs single Received third of $300 bounty
Wood William 180-181 ca 1829 Salem, VA? former slave 2-Jul-1864, Baltimore, MD 39 US Col Inf D pvt     9-Jan-1865 chronic diarrhea 1st -- Susan, 24-Apr-1844  at least 9 incl Charles, Dougles,  Free when he enlisted as paid substitute for Henry Schaufell, Baltimore, MD; 
                    2nd -- Kitty James Turner, George & Robert worked as a teamster; Kitty received pension
Woolford John 77 ca 1837 Dorchester Co, MD slave 6-Jan-1864, Dorchester Co, MD 19 US Col Inf G pvt 10-Aug-1864 "exhaustion" single Owner claimed bounty
Wright Stephen Henry 181 ca 1831   slave 31-Mar-1864 39 US Col Inf K cpl     19-Jun-1864 dysentery Sarah in "slave ceremony" 4 -- Emily A, Charles W, Mary & George H Sarah requested pension for children as she had married 
                        wounded veteran Robert Short (Richard Page)
York James 181-182 ca 1842 Sussex Co, DE 19-Jun-1864, Wilmington, DE 39 US Col Inf A pvt 14-Nov-1864 chronic diarrhea married No name given for wife
Young Samuel 182 ca 1838   farmhand/slave? 31-Mar-1864, Easton,  39 US Col Inf G pvt     6-Dec-1864 "inflammation of the  Mary   Widow received pension; woman claiming to be daughter also filed 
          Talbot Co, MD           pericadium" (sic)