Danville, Va., Aug. 2, 1864.
P. T. Washburn, Adjt. and Inspector Gen.:
Sir:--Having been taken prisoner with others I deemed it proper to send you a list of those taken from the 17th Vermont regiment:
Capt. Frank Kenfield, Company C; Sergt. Worthington, Pierce, D; Corp. W. G. McClintock, C; Corp. J. M. Chaplin, C; Corp Omri Atherton, C; Corp. Thompson Stoddard, C; Privates E. D. Carter, C; H. M. Bray, G; W. E. Howard, G; E. M. Morton, E; John Henry Wakefield, E; Chas. Carlton, G; D. C. Brown, A; Corp. Lewis Minor, A; Priv. Milo Dean, A; and Corp. Chas. Rivet, F.
Of these there are wounded, viz.: corporal Stoddard, in shoulder, corp. Atherton, in hand, private Caston, sabre cut in hip. One man from A, wounded in hand, but unable to give his name. The wounded have gone to hospital, and the remainder are prisoners here, all in good health and fareing well.
Respectfully, your ob't. servant,
Capt. Frank Kenfield.
Source: Walton's Morning Journal, Montpelier, Monday October 24, 1864