Danville Confederate Prison

Federal Soldiers and MARTYRS 

‘TENNESSEE MARTYRS’……………………………. This article was published in the Nashville Daily Union, 18 March 1865, and was headlined: “TENNESSEE MARTYRS—those who died at the Danville Confederate Prison.” (Editor`s note; this newspaper was a Union newspaper and very bitter toward the Southern cause.)(note: These are Federal Soldiers)

J. Killgore, Co. K, 19th East

Tennessee…………. F.M. Madden, Co. I, 13th

Tennessee…………….. A.C. Whaley, Co. E, 13th

Tennessee…………….. W. Fletcher, Co. A, 3rd

Tennessee………………… L.B. French, Co. I, 1st

Tennessee…………………. J. Bolton, Co. I, 9th

Tennessee…………………….. J. Dyson, Co. E, 13th

Tennessee………………….. D. Cole, Co. E, 13th

Tennessee……………………. J. Quinn, Co. G, 1st

Artillery…………………………. Jacob Can, Co. H, 9th

Tennessee…………………. S. Keyhill, Co. K, 13th

Tennessee…………………. G. Messer, o. K, 8th

Tennessee……………………. Thomas Shipley, Co. E, 1st

Tennessee………….. J. Griffin, Co. E, 1st

Tennessee…………………….. W. Carter, Co. D, 9th

Tennessee…………………… William Marks, Co. F, 1st

Tennessee…………….. W.A. Foster, Co. A, 1st

Tennessee……………….. S. Brown, Co. C, 3rd

Many thanks to our friend, Faye Wilson for this contribution!