62nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment Prisoners of War

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North Carolina Prisoners of War
(List of Soldiers who died)

North Carolina Standard, December 30, 1863:
62nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment

North Carolina Standard
Raleigh
December 30, 1863

 

The following is a list of deaths among North Carolina troops held as prisoners of war at Hammond General Hospital, Point Lookout, Maryland, from 4th October to 30th November, 1863.

 

M. Baldwin, 62nd

[For entire list of names see American Civil War: Prisoners of War, North Carolina Standard]

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Recommended Reading: To Die in Chicago: Confederate Prisoners at Camp Douglas 1862-65, (Hardcover, 446 pages). Description: George Levy's research is exacting, methodical, and painstaking. He brought zero bias to the enterprise and the result is a stunning achievement that is both scholarly and readable.

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