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Andersonville (Georgia) Prisoners from the 64th Illinois Volunteer Infantry

Name Rank Company Grave Number Remarks
Barnhardt, John Private E Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Booream, Osley A. Private B 3008 Died of Diarrhea on July 7, 1864.
Broeser, Charles Musician A Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Campbell, Thomas Private E Not Buried at Andersonville. Exchanged, April 5, 1865. Survived Andersonville.
Colleps, J. G. Private G Not Buried at Andersonville. Exchanged, April 5, 1865. Survived Andersonville.
Eustis, Edwin Private A Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Felenellian, A. Private G? Not Buried at Andersonville. Exchanged, April 1865. Survived Andersonville. No Record of this Soldier in the 64th on the Official Roster.
Harwood, James C. Private A Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Hernden, Jennings [or Jennings, Hernden] Private A Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Hughs, John B. Private F Not Buried at Andersonville. Captured, July 22, 1864 near Atlanta, GA. Survived Andersonville.
Huls, John F. Sergeant H Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Junquest, John Private I Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Kane, Charles Private I? Not Buried at Andersonville. Exchanged, April 15, 1865. Survived Andersonville. No Record of this Soldier in the 64th on the Official Roster.
Kendall, Clinton Sergeant K Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Kenfield, George W. Private I Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Lichtenberger, William Private B Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Morehouse, Martin O. [or A.] Private A Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Motter, Abraham Private A Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Newton, Stephen E. Private G Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Parker, Henry Private A or D? Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville. Possible prisoner whose status is unconfirmed by military records.
Parker [or Porker], Israel Private G Unknown Reported to have died at Andersonville, August 2, 1864.
Reeman, Gustave Private I Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Shoemaker, Jerome J. Private D Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Shroyer, Nathan Corporal G 4524 Died of wounds on August 2, 1864.
Slander, J. H. Private H? Not Buried at Andersonville. Exchanged, April 1, 1865. Survived Andersonville. No Record of this Soldier in the 64th on the Official Roster.
Smith, James G. Private A Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Smith, John Sergeant K Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.
Squires, Benjamin Private G Not Buried at Andersonville. Captured, July 22, 1864 near Atlanta, GA. Also held at Florence, SC. Survived Andersonville.
Thayer, David W. Private E 12437 Sent to Millen, November 11, 1864 (22437). Died of Rheumatism on January 12, 1865.
Williams, John A. Private G Not Buried at Andersonville. Exchanged, April 1, 1865. Survived Andersonville.
Wright, George Private B Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville. Possible prisoner whose status is unconfirmed by military records.
Wright, Henry E. Private A Not Buried at Andersonville. Survived Andersonville.

Information on the 32 soldiers of the 64th Illinois Volunteer Infantry who were prisoners at Andersonville Prison, Georgia, was taken from the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System of the National Park Service.  This is accurate as of March 2008.


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