Showing category: Prisoners of War (see recent posts)
Over 3000 paroled Union prisoners have arrived at Annapolis since the 14th inst....

Valley Register (Middletown) December 23, 1864, p.2

Our correspondent from Annapolis, whose letter published to day will startle the public...

Cecil Whig, December 17, 1864, p.1

A female rebel soldier, named ______ Mitchell, was taken to Washington last week from Harper's Ferry...

Valley Register, September 9, 1864, p.2


It was undoubtedly General Early's intention to invade Maryland...

Baltimore Clipper, September 4, 1864, p.1

Chas. V. Sepper and G. G. Walters, members of the 1st Md. (rebel) Infantry, were captured on the north side of the Potomac river near Harper's Ferry...

Valley Register (Middletown), June 24, 1864, p.2

Mr. Editor - You are aware that Wilson's Landing is on the James River, a few miles above Jamestown, the very spot where the first sons of Africa were landed...

Aegis and Intelligencer (Bel Air), June17, 1864, p.2

Taken Prisoner. Rev. Cyrus Waters, formerly pastor of Sherwood Episcopal Church, at Cockeysville, Baltimore county, Md., but more recently living in Windsor, N.C., was lately taken prisoner... 

Annapolis Gazette, February 25, 1864, p.1.

Charles W. Webster, of Westminster, Carroll county, Md., who was captured seven months ago, during Gen. Lee's invasion of Maryland, arrived in this city on Sunday last...
Weekly Sun (Baltimore), February 6, 1864, p.2.