The Barry Report

Annapolis National Cemetery
Maryland
SurnameNameM/ICo.UnitResidenceCemeteryMarkerRemarks
Bedell*Charles-B11GranvilleNational/Annapolis, MDG101D. 6/27/1864. MD. Disease. St. John's College. Annapolis
BixbyAlmonUAUARCRTUnderhillNational/Annapolis, MDF152P. 11/9/1862. MD. Disease. Confederate prison
BrewsterEphraimH.I1CavCraftsburyNational/Annapolis, MDA30P. 12/5/1864. MD. Camp Parole, Annapolis . Disease
BrewsterEphraimH.I1CavCraftsburyZ/CPMD-PC.12/5/1864.Camp Parole,MD. Disease
BrotherTuffiel-L11SudburyNational/Annapolis, MDD90D. 12/1/1864. VA. Disease
CallWilliam-K6GeorgiaNational/Annapolis, MDF98P. 10/4/1862. Died in Confederate prison . Disease. Probably Camp Parole
CarterFranklin-G17KirbyNational/Annapolis, MD-M. 7/7/1864. VA . MWIA 6/18/1864 at Petersburg
Chapin*CharlesB.L1CavWillistonNational/Annapolis, MD-D. 1/17/1865. MD. St. John's College. Annapolis
Clifford*GilbertM.B6FairleeNational/Annapolis, MDK187D. 6/5/1864. VA. Disease
Cohaskey/Cohakey*NelsonA.D1CavThetfordNational/Annapolis, MDA99P. 2/23/1865. Died in Confederate prison. Disease. Probably Camp Parole
CuttsLoren-E9NewportNational/Annapolis, MDH21D. 1/10/1863. VA. Disease
DavisJohnE.F8CambridgeNational/Annapolis, MDD136D. 9/19/1864. VA. Disease
DeweyGeorgeW.F11AlbanyNational/Annapolis, MDB4D. 12/4/1864. Died on transport. Disease
DupluseJulius-I3St. JohnsburyNational/Annapolis, MDH77D. 1/12/1863. VA. Disease
FairbanksWaylandE.I8NewfaneNational/Annapolis, MDNLD. 1/25/1865. MD. Disease
FaneufEli-H11HartfordNational/Annapolis, MDNLP. 1/6/1865. Confederate Prison. Disease. He was a prisoner at Andersonville, GA but the records show that he survived Andersonville. He may have been transferred to Danville or Salisbury, or paroled to Camp Parole, MD
Farnham#HoraceS.C8WilliamstownZ/CPMD-PC.9/16/1864.MD.Disease.Camp Parole Hospital, Annapolis.
FlowerLewis-F11GreensboroNational/Annapolis, MDL177P. 1/7/1865. Confederate Prison. Disease. He was at Andersonville, GA. Most probably was paroled and died in Camp Parole
Garvin#WilliamW.I10St.AlbansY/DTNOK.Camp Parole,MD-PC.3/7/1865.MD.Disease Camp Parole Hospital, Annapolis.
GoldthwaitFrankD.E5ManchesterNational/Annapolis, MDH80M. 7/11/1862. VA. MWIA 6/29/1862 at Savage Station
GouldOrvilleA.-2LartyLincolnNational/Annapolis, MDB104P. 12/27/1864. Confederate Prison. Disease. Probably Camp Parole, MD
Green/Greene*JohnW.A11St. JohnsburyNational/Annapolis, MDNLP. 12/6/1864. Confederate Prison. Disease. There were two John Greene's in Andersonville. They are both listed as surviving . John W. Was sent to Millen, GA on 11/11/1864 according to Andersonville records. #53179. He was most probably paroled and died in Camp Parole although the time frame is compressed. He may have been sent directly to Annapolis or transferred from Millen after he died. The other John Greene was from New Orleans, LA and was transferred to HCA . The trail ends there.
Hibart/Hibert*Vital/Vietal-E5SunderlandNational/Annapolis, MDJ55D. 6/9/1862. MD. Disease. Citizen's Graveyard. Annapolis
Horan#JohnJ.L11FerrisburghZ/CPMD.AVL#45087-PC.2/6/1865.MD.Diseas. Camp Parole Hospital, Annapolis
Horn/Horan*JohnJ.L11FerrisburghZ/CPMD-P.3/4/1865.MD.Disease
Ingalls/Jongolls#Merritt-K11AlburghZ/CPMD.AVL#45056-PC.12/9/1864. MD.Disease.Camp Parole Hospital Annapolis. Transferred from Andersonville,GA to Millen,GA
King*Edward Jr.B1CavEnosburghNational/Annapolis, MDK201M. 9/12/1864. VA. MWIA in a skirmish on 8/25/1864 at Kearneyville, WV
LewisIsaacH.K1CavShorehamNational/Annapolis, MDJ18D. 5/8/1864. MD. Disease
MalloryLorenzoD.C1CavMarshfieldNational/Annapolis, MDNLP. 12/14/1864. Confederate Prison. Disease
Mason#HenryL.I11CabotZ/CPMD-PC.9/13/1864.MD.Disease.Camp Parole Hospital, Annapolis.
MasonHenryS.I11East MontpelierZ/CPMD-P.9/13/1864.MD.Disease
McEvoyEdward-C1CavRandolphNational/Annapolis, MDB50P. 12/19/1864. Confederate Prison. Disease
McNellaJames-M1CavDerbyNational/Annapolis, MDF92P. 1/23/1863. Confederate Prison. Disease
MosesSilas-A1CavHuntingtonNational/Annapolis, MD1708P. 4/20/1863. Confederate Prison. Disease
NewlamdAugustusL.I1CavHyde ParkNational/Annapolis, MDNLPC. 11/7/1863. Most probably at Camp Parole, MD. Disease
OsierPeter-C9MonktonNational/Annapolis, MDK32M. 12/15/1864. MD. MWIA 2/2/1864 at Newport Barracks, NC
Paquin*Trifley-A10DanvilleNational/Annapolis, MDH70/1947D. 5/7/1865. MD. Disease St John's College. Annapolis
Parmelee*LewisD.A11WestfordNational/Annapolis, MDK199D. 8/31/1864. MD. Disease
PopeEdmundJr.C1CavRoxburyNational/Annapolis, MDNLD. 12/15/1864. MD. Disease
PorterFrancisE.C6WindsorNational/Annapolis, MDNL8/10/1863. MD. Disease
PorterGeorgeW.I10PlainfieldNational/Annapolis, MD373P. 3/22/1865. MD. Camp Parole. Disease
ReaganWilliamS.F11VermontZ/CPMD-P.6/23/1865.MD.Disease
Reed*Silas-A6DorsetNational/Annapolis, MD1539/D71P. 10/24/1864. MD. Disease. Camp Parole. Annapolis
Reynolds*SanfordM.H9BelvedireNational/Annapolis, MD1452/D143P. 1/25/1865. MD. Disease. Camp Parole. Annapolis
Rice*John-F10BethelNational/Annapolis, MDL196D. 10/15/1864. MD. Disease
Richmond*Bart/Burt-G1CavBenningtonNational/Annapolis, MD1973P. 9/30/1862. Confederate Prison. Disease. Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD
Robinson* William-A10BloomfieldNational/Annapolis, MD1585/E102P. 10/15/1864. MD. Disease. Camp Parole, Annapolis
Rogers StephenB.D4GreensboroNational/Annapolis, MD490/L118P. 4/13/1865. MD. Confederate Prison. Disease. Camp Parole
ScottAlexander-I5ColchesterNational/Annapolis, MD1861/E107D. 10/17/1862. MD. Disease
Sharland*Thomas/ Theodore-A1CavBurlingtonNational/Annapolis, MD1871/E276P. 12/18/1864. Confederate Prison. Disease.
Smith*G.H.K3HardwickNational/Annapolis, MDI46. The name on the headstone is George H. Smith. George Smith was in K 3 but he was mustered out on 7/18/1865. There was only one George Smith in K 3. Based on the date of death, the company and regiment and the similarity in initials, it is reasonable to assume that the soldier in the grave is actually Giles H. Smith who died of disease on 9/13/1862.
Smith*GilesH.K3HardwickNational/Annapolis, MDI 46D. 9/13/1862. MD. Disease
Smith*WilliamD.E2USSSPittsfordNational/Annapolis, MDE 242P. 10/1/1963. Confederate Prison. Disease
SmithWilliamF.-Staff3St. AlbansNational/Annapolis, MDE242Mustered out 11/4/1865
St. GeorgePeter--2LartySalisburyNational/Annapolis, MD2413/G166P. 10/31/1863. Confederate Prison. Disease
ThomasHenryC.C9OrwellNational/Annapolis, MDNLD. 10/11/1862. MD. Disease
VarneyHarrison-D4St. JohnsburyNational/Annapolis, MD857/K86P. 10/20/1864. Confederate Prison. Disease
WakefieldFreeman-C4LudlowNational/Annapolis, MDNLN. 1/3/1862. Discharged for disability
WaldronBenjamin-C8NewburyNational/Annapolis, MD300/M26P. 3/29/1865. Confederate Prison, Disease
WareJasonP.K5JerichoNational/Annapolis, MDH81M. &/21/1862. VA. MWIA 6/29/1862 at Savage Station
Webster*NathanL.A4PlainfieldNational/Annapolis, MDL104P. 12/23/1864. Confederate Prison. Disease
WhalenFrancisH.H1CavPoultneyNational/Annapolis, MDNL12/15/1864. MD.

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