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Rose, Thomas Ellwood 1830- Military officer; born in Bucks county, Pa., March 12, 1830; enlisted in the 12th Pennsylvania Volunteers in April, 1861; promoted captain in the 77th Pennsylvania in October, 1861; taken prisoner at Chickamauga and sent to Libby prison with Major Hamilton and others. A tunnel was dug from the cellar to the street, through which over 100 soldiers escaped, including Rose, who was retaken and confined until his exchange in 1864. He was brevetted brigadier-general of volunteers and colonel, United States army. See Confederate prisons.
Rose, Thomas Ellwood 1830- Military officer; born in Bucks county, Pa., March 12, 1830; enlisted in the 12th Pennsylvania Volunteers in April, 1861; promoted captain in the 77th Pennsylvania in October, 1861; taken prisoner at Chickamauga and sent to Libby prison with Major Hamilton and others. A tunnel was dug from the cellar to the street, through which over 100 soldiers escaped, including Rose, who was retaken and confined until his exchange in 1864. He was brevetted brigadier-general of volunteers and colonel, United States army. See Confederate prisons.
Rose, Thomas Ellwood 1830- Military officer; born in Bucks county, Pa., March 12, 1830; enlisted in the 12th Pennsylvania Volunteers in April, 1861; promoted captain in the 77th Pennsylvania in October, 1861; taken prisoner at Chickamauga and sent to Libby prison with Major Hamilton and others. A tunnel was dug from the cellar to the street, through which over 100 soldiers escaped, including Rose, who was retaken and confined until his exchange in 1864. He was brevetted brigadier-general of volunteers and colonel, United States army. See Confederate prisons.
Rose, Thomas Ellwood 1830- Military officer; born in Bucks county, Pa., March 12, 1830; enlisted in the 12th Pennsylvania Volunteers in April, 1861; promoted captain in the 77th Pennsylvania in October, 1861; taken prisoner at Chickamauga and sent to Libby prison with Major Hamilton and others. A tunnel was dug from the cellar to the street, through which over 100 soldiers escaped, including Rose, who was retaken and confined until his exchange in 1864. He was brevetted brigadier-general of volunteers and colonel, United States army. See Confederate prisons.
Rose, Thomas Ellwood 1830- Military officer; born in Bucks county, Pa., March 12, 1830; enlisted in the 12th Pennsylvania Volunteers in April, 1861; promoted captain in the 77th Pennsylvania in October, 1861; taken prisoner at Chickamauga and sent to Libby prison with Major Hamilton and others. A tunnel was dug from the cellar to the street, through which over 100 soldiers escaped, including Rose, who was retaken and confined until his exchange in 1864. He was brevetted brigadier-general of volunteers and colonel, United States army. See Confederate prisons.
Rose, Thomas Ellwood 1830- Military officer; born in Bucks county, Pa., March 12, 1830; enlisted in the 12th Pennsylvania Volunteers in April, 1861; promoted captain in the 77th Pennsylvania in October, 1861; taken prisoner at Chickamauga and sent to Libby prison with Major Hamilton and others. A tunnel was dug from the cellar to the street, through which over 100 soldiers escaped, including Rose, who was retaken and confined until his exchange in 1864. He was brevetted brigadier-general of volunteers and colonel, United States army. See Confederate prisons.
Rose, Thomas Ellwood 1830- Military officer; born in Bucks county, Pa., March 12, 1830; enlisted in the 12th Pennsylvania Volunteers in April, 1861; promoted captain in the 77th Pennsylvania in October, 1861; taken prisoner at Chickamauga and sent to Libby prison with Major Hamilton and others. A tunnel was dug from the cellar to the street, through which over 100 soldiers escaped, including Rose, who was retaken and confined until his exchange in 1864. He was brevetted brigadier-general of volunteers and colonel, United States army. See Confederate prisons.
Rose, Thomas Ellwood 1830- Military officer; born in Bucks county, Pa., March 12, 1830; enlisted in the 12th Pennsylvania Volunteers in April, 1861; promoted captain in the 77th Pennsylvania in October, 1861; taken prisoner at Chickamauga and sent to Libby prison with Major Hamilton and others. A tunnel was dug from the cellar to the street, through which over 100 soldiers escaped, including Rose, who was retaken and confined until his exchange in 1864. He was brevetted brigadier-general of volunteers and colonel, United States army. See Confederate prisons.