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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 1. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The treatment of prisoners during the war between the States. (search)
d part of September, I was confined to my bunk with dysentery, and have few entries in may diary. 1864.  September 26--William Ford, Co. D, Wood's Missouri Battery, of barrack 60, killed by sentinel on the parapet. He was returning from the sink, and shot through the body at the rear of barrack 72. 26--T. P. Robertson, Co. I, Twenty-fourth South Carolina, shot by sentinel on parapet, and wounded in the back, while sitting in front of barrack 38, about 8 o'clock this morning. 26--T. J. Garrett, Co. K, Thirteenth Arkansas, shot by sentinel on parapet during the night while going to the sink. 27--George R. Canthew, of barrack 28, shot by sentinel on parapet. 28--Sentinel shot into barrack No. 12 through the window. October 4--Man killed in the frontier pen by negro sentinel. 21--I was taken out of the prison and paroled, to remain at headquarters of the post. In none of the above cases were the men attempting to escape or violating any of the known rules of the prison.