Mortality Schedule from the 
Census of 1865 ~

Soldiers from the Civil War ~
Durham

Transcribed by Sylvia Hasenkopf from the original census


 

Name of deceased Age at time of death Civil Condition Citizen Alien Upon Enlistment Date of entering the service, year, month, day Regiment first entered Original Rank Regiment to which he belonged at time of death Rank at time of death Volunteer Drafted Substitute Representative Colored Promotions while in service Date of death, year, month, day Place of death Died after leaving service Died while a prisoner of war Killed in battle Died of wounds received in battle Killed by accident Died of accidental wounds Died of sickness acquired in the service Died of sickness not acquired in service Unknown Surviving Widow Parents dependant Parents not dependant Number of minor children Left no children Dependant sisters Left none dependant Unknown Body sent to friends for burial Place of burial Remarks
Truman Wheeler 33 M 1   August 11, 1862 120 NYV Private 120 NYV Private 1           February 1864 Washington           1     1     2        

1

Durham  
Charles Simmons 26 S 1   September 5, 1861 20 NYV Private 20 NYV Private 1           February 18, 1864 Bellisle   1           1       2      

1

       
William Winegard 52 M 1   September 1862 193 NYV Private 193 NYV Private 1           January 1864 New Orleans           1     1     5           New Orleans  
Chauncy Layman 37 M 1   August 10, 1862 120 NYV Private 120 NYV Private             August 21, 1864 Andersonville 1           1   1     5              

 


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