Civil War Guide Project

Index to [Ohio] Prisoners at Andersonville, Georgia, and Salisbury, North Carolina Prisons, 1864-1865
Browse the Series 87 index for prisoner name, company, regiment, date imprisoned, and prison.

Series 87

Last names A - B
Last name C - F
Last names G - I

Last names K - M
Last names N - S
Last names T - W
Index to [Ohio] Prisoners at Andersonville, Georgia, and Salisbury, North Carolina Prisons, 1864-1865.

No details beyond these are contained in this State Archives record, or any further records Ohio History Connection holdings. Series 87, Civil War, Prisoners of War, Adjutant General, 1864-1865, is arranged roughly in alphabetical order, call no. BV1839 / microfilm roll GR3674. Please note that Series 87 is not a complete list of Ohio prisoners at Andersonville, Georgia, and Salisbury, North Carolina prisons for the period from 1864-1865. OHS was not the compiler of this list and has mounted the information as it appears in the original record. Series 87 was transferred to OHS by the Adjutant General of Ohio. No additions to the list or changes to existing entries are made as these would constitute alterations of the original record.


Correspondence to the Governor and Adjutant General, 1861-1866
Browse through abstracts of approximately 12,800 letters, the contents of Volumes 1A-35, and Volumes 37-43 of Series 147.

NOTE: Volume 36 (missing from series at time of transfer to OHS)

Series 147
 

Volume 01A
Volume 01
Volume 02
Volume 03
Volume 04
Volume 05
Volume 06
Volume 07A
Volume 07
Volume 08
Volume 09
Volume 10
Volume 11
Volume 12
Volume 13
Volume 14

Volume 15
Volume 16
Volume 17
Volume 18
Volume 19
Volume 20
Volume 21
Volume 22
Volume 23
Volume 24
Volume 25
Volume 26
Volume 27
Volume 28
Volume 29
Volume 30

Volume 31
Volume 32
Volume 33
Volume 34
Volume 35
Volume 37
Volume 38
Volume 39
Volume 40
Volume 41
Volume 42
Volume 43
Correspondence to the Governor and Adjutant General of Ohio, 1861-1866.

Note: Dates overlap among volumes (i.e. Volume 1 covers the period from May 21-July 16, 1861, and Volume 2 covers the period from April 23-July 29, 1861).

Photocopies of the original documents may be ordered through Research Services --each abstract includes the citation to the original document.

The letters came from throughout Ohio and outside of the state, and were written by county military committees, local officials, military commanders, politicians, recruiters, etc. Battles, border defense, camps, county military committees, disloyalty, the draft, ethnic companies and regiments, Morgan's Raid, the pay of soldiers, prisoners of war, promotions, recruiting, and subsistence (supplies) for the soldiers, are some of the topics covered in the letters. See Series 147 Finding Aid under State Archives for a more complete description of the contents of this series.


Civil War Guide Project, Guide to Primary Resource Collections at OHS
Browse the citations to collections of primary source materials with connections to the Civil War.

Abbot - Autographs
Bachelder - Butterfield
Caldwell - Custer
Dana - Dwight
Easton - Extraodinary
Fahrion - Furlough
Gallia - Gurney
Hague - How

Indexes - Ireland
J.A. - Joslin
Kanawha - Kost
Lamar - Lytle
Madden - Myer
National - Nurses
O'Halligan - Osborne
Pancoast - Purdy

Quartermaster - Series
Rankin - Russell
Salisbury - Swearomgem
Tabor - Turrell
U.S.S - United
Vail - Virginia
Wade - Wyatt
Young - Zeller

 
Organized alphabetically by collection title, then by record series name, the list includes the call number, date range, and size of each collection. Further information may then be obtained from Research Services by contacting them with the collection name and call number.
 

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