Paroled Prisoners of War
Shepherdstown, W. Va.
September 22, 1862


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

 Office of the Surgeon in Charge
Shepherdstown, W. Va., September 22, 1862

General Lee,

Sir,

I have this day paroled under the same terms as on yesterday the following wounded prisoners, all privates, except for one non-commissioned officer.

Charles Silcock, Company F, 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers
George D. Canon, Company K, 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers
William L. Gale, Company K, 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers
4th Sergeant Jos. R. Haimer, Company K, 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers
Franklin Peale, Company G, 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers
Wesley Miller, Company A, 72d Pennsylvania Volunteers
William Jackson, Company A, 72d Pennsylvania Volunteers

Very Respectfully,

Your Obedient Servant,

W. A. Campbell
Surgeon, Confederate States Army
In Charge of Hospitals at Shepherdstown, W. Va.

 

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