War of the Rebellion: Serial 115 Page 0232 PRISONERS OF WAR, ETC.

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List of prisoners of state held in custody at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor, Mass., February 17, 1862.

Name. Residence. When arrested. Remarks.

R. H. Bigger Baltimore, Md. Oct. 16, 1861 Transferred from Fort Lafayette Nov. 1, 1961.

George Wm. Brown . . . . do. . . . Sept. 13, 1861 Do.

J. R. Barber Lake Providenca, La. Aug. 17, 1861 Do.

M. W. Barr Louisville, Ky. Sept. 19, 1861 Do.

M. Berry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oct. 8, 1861 Do.

James Brown New Orleans, La. Nov. 14, 1861 Do.

B. Burton Brooklyn, N. Y. Sept. 12, 1861 Do.

Thomas J. Claggett Petersville, Md. Sept. 16, 1861 Do.

R. M. Denison Pikesville, Md. Sept. 13, 1861 Do.

A. Da Costa New Orleans, La. Oct. 7, 1861 Do.

C. J. Durant Leonardtown, Md. Sept. 17, 1861 Do.

Parker H. French Kentucky Nov. 6, 1861 Do.

F. D. Flanders Malone, N. Y. Oct. 22, 1861 Do.

J. R. Flanders . . . . do. . . . . . . . do. . . . Do.

R. S. Freeman Macon, Ga. Aug. 9, 1861 Do.

W. H. Gatchell Baltimore, Md. July 1, 1861 Do.

J. H. Gordon Cumberland, Md. Sept. 17,186 1 Do

J. L. Jones . . . . do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Do.

George P. Kane . . . . do. . . . June 27, 1861 Do.

E. G. Kilbourn Pierceland, Md. Sept. 19, 1861 Do.

J. K. Millner Danville, Va. Sept. 10, 1861 Do.

B. Mills Freedom, Md. Sept. 17, 1861 Do.

Charles Macgill Hagerstown, Md. Oct. 1, 1861 Do.

William F. McKewen Baltimore, Md. Oct. 15, 1861 Do.

P. F. Rasin Kennedyville, Md. Sept. 16, 1861 Do.

A. E. Smith San Francisco, Cal. Aug. 2, 1861 Do.

T. P. Scott Baltimore, Md. Sept. 13, 1861 Do.

Thomas Shields . . . . do. . . . Sept. 7, 1861 Do.

J. H. Thomas . . . . do. . . . Sept. 13, 1861 Do.

William H. Winder Philadelphia, Pa. Sept. 10, 1861 Do.

F. Wyatt . . . . do. . . . Sept. 20, 1861 Do.

S. T. Wallis Baltimore, Md. Nov. 13, 1861 Do.

H. M. Warfield . . . . do. . . . . . . . do. . . . Do.

F. K. Howard . . . . do. . . . . . . . do. . . . Do.

Samuel H. Lyon . . . . do. . . . July 13, 1861 Do.

William T. Glassell Alabama December 4, 1861 Do.

A. M. De Bree Norfolk, Va. December 4, 1861 Do.

John D. Sudendorf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oct. 8, 1861 Transferred from Fort Lafayette. Has not common sense; it is recommended that he be discharged.

PRISONS TAKEN FROM MERCHANT VESSELS FOR VIOLATING THE BLOCKADE.

Edward Baum Currituck, N. C. Sept. 9, 1861 Taken at Hatteras. N. C., by order Secretary of the Navy.

J. A. Douglass Edenton, N. C. . . . do. . . Do.

R. S. Grissons New Hanover Co., N. C. Aug. 16, 1861 Do.

E. C. Myatt Charleston, S. C. Sept. 4, 1861 Do.

J. F. Newton New Hanover Co., N. C. Aug. 16, 1861 Do.

S. F. Newton . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

Ed. O'Neil Currituck, N. C. Sept. 9, 1861 Do.

G. A. Shackleford Beaufort, N. C. Sept. 10, 1861 Do.

E. Sibern Currituck, N. C. Sept. 9, 1861 Do.

George Van Amringe Wilmington, N. C. Oct. 9, 1861 Do.

William St. George . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

Charles Keene New York Nov. 14, 1861 Seamen on board frigate Roanoke; declared he would no longer serve under the flag of the United States. Recommend that he be tried by Navy court-martial or be exchanged.

Jose English Ship Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arrested at Ship Island, Miss. (a suspected spy). He appears to be a common fisherman.