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We find in the Philadelphia Enquirer a list of the wounded, sick and other prisoners of the Federal troops now held at Richmond, obtained from the liberated surgeons of our army, who arrived in Washingtonon Monday evening. We copy the names of those belonging in New England: ...
Prisoners of the Second Vermont Regiment.
Wm. E. Murphy, Warren Gifford, H. L. Brackenwed (sic), Albert L. Graves, P. A. Streeter, Joseph R. Wheeler, D. K. Stickney, P. Flaherty, J. Murray, B. Taylor, Alonzo W. Parrish (sic), G. K. Lewis, Edgar E. Grennel, G. A. Martin.
Source: Boston Daily Journal, 9/25/1861, p. 2