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The Daily Dispatch: November 18, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ington, D. C. We have been favored with a full list of the Southern men confined in the Federal prison at Washington, with their residences and date of capture, which we subjoin. The names of thirty- seven recently discharged on parole will be found elsewhere: R. L. Gray, 8th Georgia regiment, Macon, Ga., taken at Bull Run, July 21st. S. Bulkley, ditto. S. W. Branch, Savannah, Ga., ditto. James Kershaw, Atlanta, Ga., ditto. Thad. liammond, (wounded,) ditto. Jerry O'Brien, (deserted,) Savannah, ditto, took cath. A. T. Holmes, Savannah, taken at Bull Run. Humphreys, Atlanta, ditto. T. J. Chambers, (died,) Henry county, Ga., taken near Fairfax Station, July 21st. T. T. Buck, Autauga county, Ga., ditto. John Davis, ditto. J. O. Perkins, 6th Alabama regiment, Russell county, Ala., taken near Fairfax Station, July 17th. W. A. Prince, ditto. R. T. Poole, ditto. J. H. Howard, ditto. Robert Paulding, 5th Alabama regimen