Searching for: LIBBY



StateRegimentCompanyLast_NameFirst_NameRankNotes
PA83DWhitePlympton A.2d LtWounded at Malvern Hill, Va on July 1, 1862 - transferred to Signal Corps on February 1, 1863 - captured at Point of Rocks, Md on June 17, 1863 - escaped from Libby Prison, Va on February 9, 1864 - recaptured on February 13, 1864 - died at Charleston, S.C. on September 13, 1864.
PA46DHelmerickAnthonyPrivateTaken prisoner at Bentonville, North Carolina on February 27, 1865. Exchanged as Libby Prisoner after 31 days. Mustered out with regiment on July 16, 1865 at Alexandria, Va. Age - 39, Height - 5 foot 9 inches, Complexion - fair, Eyes - blue, Hair - light, Occupation - laborer, Residence - Nassau, Germany Info. From Meredith Myers.
PA46DPowleyJosephPrivateDue for transportation 1.70 dollars at muster out. Taken prisoner at Bentonville, North Carolina on February 27, 1865 and confined at Libby Prision for 31 days. Date and reason for demotion not given. Mustered out with regiment on July 16, 1865 at Alexandria Va. Age - 20, Height - 5 foot 8 inches, Complexion - ruddy, Eyes - blue, Hair - light, Occupation - railroader, Residence - Dauphin Co., Pa. Info. From Meredith Myers.
PA34HSimmons Isaac N.PrivateDied at Libby Prison on December 23, 1862, of wounds received at Fredericksburg on December 13, 1862.
PA34HWarburton John C.PrivateDied in Libby Prison on July 16, 1863, of wounds received at Charles City Cross Roads - leg amputated.
PA121ATyrrellDavid O. PrivateCaptured at Fredericksburg, Va. on December 13, 1862 - died in Libby Prison, Richmond.
PA39DHammondD. V.PrivateCaptured on December 18, 1863 - died in Libby prison - date unknown.
PA42EMorganWilliam M.PrivateCaptured and died on February 2, 1863, in Libby Prison, of wounds received at Fredericksburg on December 13, 1862.
PA48ALivingstonGeorge PrivateCaptured - died in Libby Prison on February 14, 1864.
PA44CScottN. WalkerCorporalDied on July 2, 1863, in Libby prison, Richmond, Va., of wounds received at Brandy Station on June 9, 1863.
PA44LBuxtonDavid S.2d Lt.Wounded in action on December 27, 1863 - promoted from Sergeant on March 7, 1864 - wounded and prisoner on June 21, 1864 at White House, Va - died in Libby Prison, Richmond, Va. on July 5, 1864.
PA150GBurlingameHerman LeRoyCorporalTransferred to Veteran Reserve Corps on October 1, 1863. Info. From Centre County Gazette, November 2013. Known as H.L., wounded in leg on July 1, 1863 at Gettysburg. Captured and taken to Libby Prison. Released in exchange in 1863. Lived on farm near Kasson, McKean County, Pa. Info. from Find A Grave. Died in August 14, 1931 and buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Smethport, Pa.
PA60FCroutThomas J.SergeantPromoted from private on October 27, 1863 - mustered out with company on August 24, 1864 - captured at Mine Run - jailed at Libby Prison in Richmond.
PA89CAndrewsDavid W.PrivateDischarged on Surgeons certificate on February 26, 1862. Buried at Mount Moriah Cemetery in Philadelphia. Tombstone says David died in Libby Prison in December 13,1863 as a Sergeant. Info. from Danielle Murray.
PA119EBakerJohnPrivateTransferred to Veteran Reserve Corps on December 12, 1864 - discharged by General Order on July 10, 1865. Captured at the North Anna River Battle in Va. and sent to Andersonville, Ga. and Libby Prison. Mt. Lebanon Cemetery in Tarrs, Pa. Info. from Peggy Baker.
NY63ACollins JamesPrivateAge, 29 years. Enlisted, at New York City, to serve three years, and mustered in as private, Co. A , August 7, 1861; promoted sergeant-major, October 8, 1862; returned to ranks and transferred to Co. A , January 28, 1863; again promoted sergeant-major, March 5, 1863; re-enlisted as a veteran, December 28, 1863; wounded and captured in action, June 22, 1864, at Petersburg, Va.; died, August 1, 1864, at Libby Prison, Richmond, Va.
NY52FHaakeHerman V.First LieutenantAge, 32 years. Enrolled, December 9, 1863, at New York City, to serve three years; mustered in as first lieutenant, Co. F, December 15, 1863; wounded and captured in action, May 10, 1864, at Spotsylvania, Va.; died of his wounds, June 23, 1864, in Libby Prison, at Richmond, Va.; also borne as Von Haake, Van Haacke and Herman Count Haake. Commissioned first lieutenant, December 7, 1863, with rank from October 29, 1863, vice O. Von Holenben, promoted; captain, May 23, 1864, not mustered, with rank from April 12, 1864, vice O. Von Holenben, discharged.


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