List of Gallia County Boys who Died While
Prisoners of War in Southern Prisons
Transcribed by Henny Evans
(Spellings and punctuation left as found)
Searg’t. John Hill, Co. L, 7th O.C. died April 7th, 1864, at Andersonville, Ga.,
disease, Chronic Diarhea.
B. D. Gillingham, April 17th, of the same disease, at the same place.
Geo. Shields, May 8th, of same disease, and at same place.
Geo. B. Hank, May, 15th, of same disease, and at same place.
Capt. Reuben Hutsinpiller, May, 15th, of same disease, and at same place.
Samuel Malone, July, 9th, of same disease, and at same place.
James L. Donally, Aug. 9th, same disease, and same place.
Lewis Holcomb, Oct. 1st, same disease, and same place.
Searg’t. Isaac Compston, date of his death not known.
Alonzo P. Brown, died at Richmond, date not known.
Nicholas Thevenin, Sept. 30th, in Florence, S.C., lung fever.
Sylvester Clark, Oct. 25th, chronic diahrea.
Corp. Willie Morrison, Dec. 26th, at Annapolis, since exchanged.
Salmon Bickle, Co. M, 7th O.V.C. May, 18th, at Andersonville, Ga., disease, dropsy.
Jonas Manly, date unknown, same place.
Davis Siders, Oct. 30th, at Savannah, chronic diarrhea.
Harvy Jeffers, Co. I, 36th O.V.I. Aug. 19th, at Andersonville, disease, scorbutos.
John Walder, supposed to be dead.
Joseph Henry, Co. L 7th O.V.C. May, 8th, at Andersonville, Ga., disease, chronic diarrhea.
A. Sibley, 7th O.V.C.