The Barry Report

The only volumes listed in this index are the locations where Vermont soldiers were found. For locations and names of soldiers who were buried in National Cemeteries subsequent to the war; see Appendix 1.

There were many soldiers who died in battle and as prisoners of war. Their names are not listed in the National Cemeteries, however, if the soldier was known to have died in a particular place on a specific day, he is almost certainly buried in the vicinity of the battlefield or in a National Cemetery near the location of his death. The names were obtained from prisoner records and from the "Revised Roster of Vermont Volunteers" 1892 Vermont Adjutant General's Report; See Appendix 2.


INDEX TO ROLL OF HONOR BURIAL SITES[1]

  LOCATION VOLUME


BODIES CLAIMED BY OTHERS

  Buried at unknown locations XIV
  Delivered to friends X
  Died aboard ships XIV
  Exchanged POW's who died at parole camps XIV
  Exchanged POW's who died at parole camps XIV


BODIES BURIED IN ALABAMA

  Mobile National Cemetery XXV


BODIES BURIED IN CONNECTICUT

  Hartford IX
  New Haven IX


BODIES BURIED IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

  Battleground National Cemetery I
  Harmony I
       (Moved toArlington)
  Military Asylum I
       (Now Soldiers and Airmans National Cemetery)


BODIES BURIED IN FLORIDA

  Apalachicola XI
       (Moved toBarrancas)
  Barrancas XXV
  Lake City IX
  Pensacola VII
       (Moved toBarrancas)
  Pensacola XIV
       (NowBarrancas)
  Santa Rosa Island VII
       (Most bodies removed toBarrancas)
       (Bodies of yellow fever victims were not moved. )


BODIES BURIED IN GEORGIA

  Andersonville National Cemetery III
  Andersonville (Additional) XIV
  Atlanta XIV
  Augusta XIV
       (Moved to Marietta)
  Covington XIV
       (Moved toAndersonville)
  Lawton (Millen) XVII
       (Moved toBeaufort, SC)
  Macon XIV
       (Moved to Lawton, then toBeaufort, SC.)
  Marietta National Cemetery XIV
  Savannah XIV
       (Moved toBeaufort, SC. )


BODIES BURIED IN ILLINOIS

  Chicago X
  Chicago XVIII
       (Rose Hill Cemetery)


BODIES BURIED IN LOUISIANA[2]

  Alexandria National Cemetery IX
  Baton Rouge National Cemetery IX
  Brasher(Brashear) City VIII
       (Moved toChalmette National Cemetery)
  Chalmette National Cemetery XXI
  New Orleans (Now CalledChalmette National Cemetery) XXI
  Port Hudson National Cemetery XIV


BODIES BURIED IN MAINE[3]



BODIES BURIED IN MARYLAND

  Annapolis National Cemetery VII
  Antietam National Cemetery XV
  Baltimore XIX
       (NowLoudon Park National Cemetery)
  Camp Parole XIV
       (Moved toAnnapolis National Cemetery)
  Frederick City XII
       (Moved toAntietam National Cemetery)
  Point Lookout IX
       (Moved toArlington National Cemetery)


BODIES BURIED IN MISSISSIPPI

  Corinth National Cemetery XX
  Ship Island IX
       (Moved toChalmette National Cemetery)


BODIES BURIED IN NEW JERSEY

  Beverly National Cemetery XII


BODIES BURIED IN NEW YORK

  Cypress Hills National Cemetery XIII
  Fort Hamilton  
       (Moved toCypress Hills or delivered to next of kin)


BODIES BURIED IN NORTH CAROLINA

  Carolina City X
       (Moved toNewberne National Cemetery)
  Charlotte X
       (Moved to Salisbury National Cemetery)
  Goldsboro X &XIV
       (Bodies from this area were moved to both
        Raleigh and Newberne National Cemetery)
  Newberne National Cemetery X
  Raleigh National Cemetery X
  Salisbury National Cemetery X
  Wilmington National Cemetery XVIII


BODIES BURIED IN PENNSYLVANIA

  Bristol XII
       (Moved toPhiladelphia National Cemetery)
  Carlisle VII
       (Ashland Cemetery Soldier's Lot. Also listed
        as Carlisle Barracks Post Cemetery)
  Gettysburg National cemetery XVI
       (The 66 soldiers buried in Evergreen Cemetery
        in Gettysburg were not moved to Gettysburg)
  Philadelphia National Cemetery. XII &XVI
       (Most of the bodies buried in the area were
        moved to thePhiladelphia National Cemetery
        when it opened in 1885. )
  York XII
  York XVI
       (Now Prospect Hills Soldiers' Lot)


BODIES BURIED IN RHODE ISLAND

  Portsmouth Grove VII
       (Moved toCypress Hills National Cemetery, N. Y.)


BODIES BURIED IN SOUTH CAROLINA

  Beaufort National Cemetery IX
  Charleston XIV
       (These bodies of prisoners, were moved to
        Beaufort National Cemetery. Burial of Union
        occupation troops (Not listed in the Roll of Honor)
        were reinterred inFlorence National Cemetery. )
  Columbia XIV
       (Moved toFlorence National Cemetery)
  Florence National Cemetery XIV
  Hilton Head IX &XIV
       (Moved toBeaufort National Cemetery)
  Orangeburg IX
       (Bodies were moved to Florence National Cemetery
        in 1879)


BODIES BURIED IN TEXAS

  Brazos Santiago VI
       (Moved toBrownsville National Cemetery)
  Brownsville XVIII
       (In 1911 the entire cemetery (3, 007 bodies) was
      moved to Alexandria, La. National Cemetery)[4]


BODIES BURIED IN VERMONT

  Brattleboro XVI
       (NowProspect Hill Soldiers' Lot)
  Montpelier XVI
       (NowGreen Mount Soldiers' Lot)


BODIES BURIED IN VIRGINIA

  Alexandria National Cemetery IV
  Arlington National Cemetery I
  Belle Island XII
       (Moved toRichmond National Cemetery)
  Burkesville XV
       (Moved toPoplar Grove National Cemetery)
  City Point National Cemetery XIII &XVI
  Cold Harbor National Cemetery XV &XXVI
  Culpeper Court House XIV,XV &XXVI
       (NowCulpeper National Cemetery)
  Danville National Cemetery XIII,XIV,XVI
  Dinwiddie County XV
       (Moved toPoplar Grove National Cemetery)
  Fords of the Rapidan River XII
       (Moved toCulpeper National Cemetery)
  Fort Harrison National Cemetery XVIII
  Fortress Monroe V
       (Moved toHampton National Cemetery)
  Fredericksburg National Cemetery XXV
  Front Royal XV
       (Moved toWinchester National Cemetery)
  Glendale National Cemetery XVI
  Hampton National Cemetery V
  Harrison's Landing XV
       (Bodies from this area were moved toHampton,
        Glendale, andPoplar Grove National Cemeteries)
  Lynchburg XII,XIV &XV
       (Moved toPoplar Grove National Cemetery)
  New Kent County XV
       (Moved toYorktown andPoplar Grove National
        Cemeteries)
  Orange and Alexandria Railroad XII
       (Moved toArlington National Cemetery)
  Orange Court House XIV
       (Bodies from this area were moved to bothArlington
        andCulpeper National Cemeteries)
  Petersburg XIII,XV &XXVI
       (Now Known asPoplar Grove National Cemetery)
  Poplar Grove National Cemetery XIX
  Rappahannock County XV
       (Bodies from this area were moved to bothArlington
        andCulpeper National Cemeteries)
  Richmond National Cemetery XII
  Seven Pines National Cemetery XII
  Spotsylvania Court House II
       (Moved toFredericksburg National Cemetery)
  Staunton National Cemetery XIV
  Wilderness II
       (Moved toFredericksburg National Cemetery)
  Williamsburg XV
       (Moved toYorktown National Cemetery)
  Wilson's Landing XV
       (Moved toGlendale National Cemetery)
  Winchester National Cemetery XIV
  Yorktown National Cemetery XV


Footnotes:

[1]. The only locations listed are those in which soldiers from Vermont were found.

[2]. Several volumes of the Roll of Honor include bodies from various locations in Louisiana. All cemeteries and locales in which Vermont soldiers are buried are referenced in the indexed volumes.

[3].Togus National Cemetery is the only National Cemetery in Maine where Vermont veterans of the Civil War are buried. Togus Veteran's Hospital was founded to care for sick and disabled veterans of the war and postdates the Roll of Honor.

[4]. All Civil War Soldiers from Vermont who were originally buried at Brazos Santiago and Brownsville, TX have been moved to Alexandria, Louisiana National Cemetery.



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