Richmond Dispatch, 9/12/1862

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From the Richmond Dispatch, 9/12/1862, p. 1, c. 6

Arrival of Yankee Prisoners. - A number of the prisoners captured in the recent battle at Bull Run were brought down to Richmond on the Central road on Tuesday night. The Bull Run prisoners numbered 101 men, and consisted of 33 commissioned officers and 68 privates. The former, though many of them protested against the supposition, were all considered officers of Pope's army. Their names were given as follows:

Major H S Atwood, 1st Michigan cavalry; Capts Geo A Gerrish, 1st N H battery; T M Howegan, 1st Mich cav; H C Boyd, 5th N Y; Jas McConnell, do; C S Montgomery, do; H E Hascall, 1st Mich cav; G S Elcock, 14th N Y; 1st Lieuts F A B Koons, 5th Pa; T P Havilaud, Adjt 12th Mass; Lieuts Fred'k Schluemback, 29th N Y; P Clarey, 24th N Y; John C Shaw, 1st N Y; Francis Ferns, Harris Light cavalry; Bernard Franz, Aide-de-camp to Gen Stahl; Capt Jno Hess. 1st Va cav; 1st Lieuts Anthony Browner, 5th N Y; S C Barker, Berdan Sharpshooters; Jas E Doughty, 2d U S Sharpshooters; Geo C Woolley, 9th N Y cav; 2d Lieuts A L Easterbrook, 22d N Y; Jno S Raymond, 5th N Y; Wm O Ranuells, 75th Ohio; R G McKay; 1st Mich cav; 1st Lieut Fred Bieleman, 1st Mich cav; 2d Lieuts G Wipft, 1st Va cav; Jno F Williams, 107th Pa; Capt Thos Elliott, 60th N Y; 2d Lieuts Jas Hatch, 20th N Y; Isaac M Jones, 9th Pa cav; Joshua Davis, 73d Ohio; C W Fisher, 104th N Y; 1st Lieut R Brownley, 55th Ohio.They were lodged in the Libby prison, along with the other officers of Pope already on the hands of the Government.






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