Paroled Prisoners of War
May 4, 1863

Source: National Archives Record Group No. 249, Entry 107


The 4th day of May 1863 

I, the undersigned prisoner of war captured near Chancellorsville, hereby give my parole of honor not to bear arms against the Confederate States of America, or perform any duty, military or garrison duty whatsoever, until regularly exchanged; and farther, I will not divulge any thing relative to the position or conditions of any of the forces of the Confederate States.

William Moore
Lt. Colonel
73d Pennsylvania Volunteers
XI Corps

Witness:  James D. Huwett, Surgeon, 119th New York Volunteers







U. S. C. T.

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