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1860 Photograph - Civil War: Prison Camp by Granger

1860 Photograph - Civil War: Prison Camp by Granger

Scenes of the Civil War, Confederate prisoners of war take an oath of allegiance to the United ...

Scenes of the Civil War, Confederate prisoners of war take an oath of allegiance to the United ...

Confederate Roll of Prisoners of War  Fort Delaware Union Prison Received from Old Capital Prison C.S.A. Military Service Records Pvt. Thomas E. Noell Captured 3/3/1864 Old Capital Prison, Washington, DC Custer's men overwhelmed and captured a small Confederate force before they arrived at the Rivanna River on Feb. 29, 1864. Here, however, General Custer encountered a superior Confederate force of infantry and artillery near Charlottesville and began retreating towards Stanardsville.

Confederate Roll of Prisoners of War Fort Delaware Union Prison Received from Old Capital Prison C.S.A. Military Service Records Pvt. Thomas E. Noell Captured 3/3/1864 Old Capital Prison, Washington, DC Custer's men overwhelmed and captured a small Confederate force before they arrived at the Rivanna River on Feb. 29, 1864. Here, however, General Custer encountered a superior Confederate force of infantry and artillery near Charlottesville and began retreating towards Stanardsville.

Fort Delaware Confederate Prison  Pea Patch Island, New Castle County, Delaware C.S.A. Military Service Records  Pvt. Thomas E. Noell  May 1861 - June 1865

Fort Delaware Confederate Prison Pea Patch Island, New Castle County, Delaware C.S.A. Military Service Records Pvt. Thomas E. Noell May 1861 - June 1865

History is personal. My grandfather was Joel Adam Hearne of North Carolina. His grandfather was Solomon Hearne, a Civil War Confederate soldier who was captured and taken to Elmira. He died there in 1865 leaving behind five children. He was a POW. 48th Regiment, Co. D. Solomon Hearne was one person doing his duty for his home state. But he was also family. History is complicated and everyone has a story.

History is personal. My grandfather was Joel Adam Hearne of North Carolina. His grandfather was Solomon Hearne, a Civil War Confederate soldier who was captured and taken to Elmira. He died there in 1865 leaving behind five children. He was a POW. 48th Regiment, Co. D. Solomon Hearne was one person doing his duty for his home state. But he was also family. History is complicated and everyone has a story.

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