The Barry Report
Port Hudson National Cemetery
Louisiana
SurnameNameRankUnitDeathMarker
BetzlerMatthews--2LartyNew Orleans, LANational/Port Hudson, LA4-3239D. 1/29/1864. LA. Disease
Blackmer/Bartman*Barton/Blackman--2Larty/1HACHubbardtonNational/Port Hudson, LA-D. 5/22/1865. LA. Disease. Transferred from 2Larty to 1 HAC on2/29/1864
CarrJason--1HACPlainfieldNational/Port Hudson, LA-D. 6/13/1865. LA. Disease
CrowleyJames--2LartyAddisonNational/Port Hudson, LA4-3173D. 9/1/1864. LA. Disease
DeromeMichael--1HACArlingtonNational/Port Hudson, LA4-2943S. 6/24/1865. LA.committed suicide
Dyermond*John--2LartyVermontNational/Port Hudson, LA-D. 11/10/1864. LA. Disease
FaddenGeorgeE.-2LartyColchesterNational/Port Hudson, LAG-3021D. 12/8/1864. Louisiana. Disease.
GearyHoratio--2LartyBrandonNational/Port Hudson, LA4-3184D. 8/21/1863. LA. Disease
GoodellFrancis--2LartySearsburgNational/Port Hudson, LA4-3019P. 11/26/1864. LA. Disease
GreigThomas--2LartyNewburyNational/Port Hudson, LAC-3510D. 5/11/1864. LA. Disease
Herman*Christian--2LartyVermontNational/Port Hudson, LA-D. 11/18/1863. LA. Disease
HowardJosephN.-2LartyHubbardtonNational/Port Hudson, LA4-3780D. 4/12/1864. LA. Disease
McLennonNorman--2LartyHollandNational/Port Hudson, LAVerifiedD. 10/5/1864. LA. Disease
NaylorEdwardE.-2LartyBrandonNational/Port Hudson, LA4-3022D. 12/2/1864. LA. Disease
RussellJacob--2LartyWestfordNational/Port Hudson, LAVerifiedD. 5/2/1864. LA. Disease
Shepard/Shepherd*Morrill--2LartyWestmoreNational/Port Hudson, LA-D. 11/20/1864. LA. Disease
Smith*James--2LartyVermontNational/Port Hudson, LA2-2239U. Listed as having been discharged for disability on 4/13/1862
SnellJohn--2LartyLudlowNational/Port Hudson, LA4-2901D. 8/12/1865. LA. Disease
Tadden*GeorgeE. E.-2LartyVermontNational/Port Hudson, LA4-3021D. 12/8/1864. LA. Disease
Whitten/Whitting*John--2LartyShaftsburyNational/Port Hudson, LA4-3318D. 8/31/1864. LA. Disease

Bruce Schulze, CivilWarAlbum.com


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