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Andersonville National Cemetery

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  • John Calvin Irwin (1841 - 1864)
    GEDCOM Source ===@R400064940@ Ancestry Family Trees Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. Ancestry Family Tree Reference: Fi...
  • Sgt. David T. Reese, (USA) (1841 - 1864)
    David T. Reese was wounded August 20th near Lovejoy Station, Georgia. Civil War - enlisted twice: Company B, 14th Regiment (Pennsylvania) - Corporal 22/30 April 1861 3-month term Company A, 7th...
  • William Washington Millican (1832 - 1864)
    William Washington Millican was a Union prisoner of war who was interred and died at the Andersonville Prison in Andersonville, Georgia during the Civil War. His father was Moses Scott Millican (1800...
  • Henry Manville Messenger, P.O.W., (USA) (1830 - 1864)
    Henry M. Messenger BIRTH 1830 Preston County, West Virginia, USA DEATH 26 Jul 1864 (aged 33–34) Georgia, USA BURIAL Andersonville National Cemetery Andersonville National Historic Site, Macon County, ...
  • Pvt. William Jasper Wamsley, USA (1847 - 1865)
    Gravesite Details PVT A 74 IND INF. Wamsley, William J. BATTLE UNIT NAME: 74th Regiment, Indiana Infantry SIDE: Union COMPANY: I SOLDIER'S RANK IN: Private SOLDIER'S RANK OUT: Private ALTERNATE NAME:...


The cemetery is the final resting place for the Union prisoners who died while being held at Camp Sumter/Andersonville as POWs. The prisoners' burial ground at Camp Sumter has been made a national cemetery. It contains 13,714 graves, of which 921 are marked "unknown".

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