Correspondence concerning Twenty-First Michigan Infantry prisoner G.W. Johnson.

HDQRS. DEPT. OF VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA,
OFFICE COMMISSIONER FOR EXCHANGE,

Fort Monroe, Va., May 4, 1864.

Honorable ROBERT OULD, Agent for Exchange, Richmond, Va.:

SIR: Will you please inform me as to the whereabouts and present condition of Leonard Albert Reese, Company I, One hundred and six-teenth Indiana Volunteers; Eabud Simonds, Company D, Seventeenth Massachusetts Volunteers, captured near New Bern, N. C., February 1, 1864; Samuel Slavens, Company E, Thirty-third Ohio Regiment; Samnel Shaw, Company I, One hundred and twenty-fourth Ohio Volunteers; R. W. Hurlburt, Arthur Taylor Kennedy, First Maryland Regiment; H. W. Squires, Company E, One hundred and forty-first New York Volunteers; Henry Clay Tucker, John P. Webb, Company C, One hundredth Ohio Volunteers; Newton Gilbert, Company K, One hundred and eleventh New York Volunteers; John L. Nelson, Company D, First Kentucky Cavalry; Charles H. Boswell, Company C, Thirty-sixth Massachusetts Volunteers; Frank Olive, Company B, First Ohio Regiment; Preston A. Champney, U. S. Signal Corps; John Whipple, Jr., Company C, Eleventh New Hampshire Volunteers; Captain Robert Pollock, Company D, Fourteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry; G. W. Johnson, Company H, Twenty-first Michigan Infantry.

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

BENJ. F. BUTLER,

Major-General and Commissioner for Exchange.

 

 

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