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List of Confederate soldiers who, while prisoners of war,
died at
Fort Warren, Boston Harbor, Mass.


NAME RANK
COMPANY
REGIMENT
DATE OF DEATH
NUMBER AND LOCALITY OF GRAVE
Cartwright, D. B.
Pvt.
H
32rd N. C.
22 November 1861
See Note
Cooper, James J.
Pvt
F
17th N. C.
29 November 1861
See Note
Davidson, T. J.
Col.

23rd Miss.
29 April 1862
See Note
Diggs, A.


Citizen, Va.
17 January 1865
See Note
Glasscock, Aquila
Pvt.
A
Mosby's 43rd Battn. Va. Cav.
06 May 1865
See Note
Gumby, F. A.
Mate

Steamer Nita 17 December 1864 Body sent to wife in Baltimore
Hagan, John
Coal Heaver

Steamer Florida
18 December 1864
See Note
Johnston, E. J. 1 Asst. Engr.

Iron Clad Atlanta
13 October 1863
See Note
Kincey, James W.
Lieut.
A
40th N. C. (3rd Art)
19 December 1862
See Note
Lanier, Samuel
Pvt.
K
10th N. C. (1st Art)
25 January 1862
See Note
Rogerson, N. C.
Pvt.
F
17th N. C.
04 January 1862
See Note
Sanders, Reid
Major
A
Commissary of Subsistence
03 September 1864
Body delivered to his friends
Sawyer, George
Pvt.
B
32 N.C.
09 November 1861
See Note





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NOTE: Originally buried on the west side of the island (Fort Warren).
Later removed to the Post Cemetery at Fort Winthrop, Mass., and in 1908 again removed
to the Military Cemetery on Dear Island, Boston Harbor, Mass., the grave of E.J. Johnston being the only
one of this list capable of identification.

Additional information courtesy of John Ellis: E. J. Johnston was moved again 14 October 2002 to
Bosque Bello Cemetery in Fernandina, Florida.


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