Members of Additional Union regiments captured at Plymouth, NC.

BALDWIN, Charles C. - Private, Co. I, 15th CT Infantry. Born 15 Dec 1839 in Middlesex Co., CT, son of Henry & Huntington (Rosencranz) Baldwin. Enlisted 9 Aug 1862 from Orange, CT. Mustered in 25 Aug 1862. Captured 21 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled. Died 10 march 1900. Buried in Fair Haven Union Cemetery, New Haven, CT. Headstone

BALDWIN, George W. - Private, Co. I, 15th CT Infantry. Born 8 April 1838 in Middlesex Co., CT, son of Henry & Huntington (Rosencranz) Baldwin. Enlisted 25 July 1862 from Orange, CT. Mustered in 25 Aug 1862. Captured 21 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled. Discharged 1 June 1865. Died 25 Jan 1875 in New Haven, CT. Buried in Fair Haven Union Cemetery, New Haven, CT. Headstone

BALLOU, Dennis G. - Private, Battery A, 5th RI Artillery. Enlisted 14 Dec 1861 from Slatersville, Providence Co., RI at age 18. Mustered in 27 Dec 1861. Detached 15 Aug 1863 to a Gunboat. Detached 15 Oct 1863 to Q. M. Dept. Captured 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Died 16 Oct 1864 of Scorbutus at Charleston, SC. (death date also listed as 26 June 1865). His name appears on a marble marker in the Beaufort National Cemetery, SC as being reinterred from Charleston & buried as an unknown. Marked as D. G. Bollon.

BARROWS, Ashley Welch - Private, Co. G, 27th MA Infantry. Born 4 Jan 1838 in Mansfield, Tolland Co., CT, son of Thomas & Anna (Rogers) Barrows. Married to Elvira Cordelia Russell. Enlisted 1 Sept 1862, a 24 year old Druggist from Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA. Captured 19 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Mustered out 7 Dec 1864. In 1865 joined the Pacific Masonic Lodge. Died 6 March 1872 of Gastritis. Buried in West Cemetery, Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA. Headstone

BASCOMBE, Richard - 2nd Lieutenant, 38th USCT. Born in England. Enlisted 26 Aug 1862 into Co. C, 50th NY Engineers at Rome, NY, a 39 year old Carpenter. Mustered in as a Private. Wounded 11 Dec 1862 at Fredericksburg, VA. Promoted to Corporal on 27 Dec 1862. Promoted to Sergeant on 16 March 1864. Discharged 26 March 1864 for promotion to 2nd Lieutenant, 38th USCT. Captured 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC before being mustered in as 2nd Lieut. At the time of capture stated that he was a Lieut. with the 50th NY Engineers. Paroled 1 March 1865 at North East Ferry, NC. Sent to Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD. Discharged 14 June 1865 as Sergeant, Co. C, 50th NY Engineers. Died 1885. Buried in North Platte Cemetery, Lincoln Co., NE. Headstone

DAY, Augustus Pliney - 1st Lieutenant, Co. A, 15th CT Infantry. Born 9 May 1834 in CT, son of Zelotes & Eliza (Atwater) Day. Married to Georgia Parker. Enlisted 14 July 1862 from New Haven, CT. Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant, Co. B on 25 Aug 1862. Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant, Co. A on 16 Nov 1863. Captured 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled 10 Dec 1864. Mustered out 27 June 1865. Died 13 Dec 1920. Buried in Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, CT.

DOANE, Austin H. - Wagoner, Co. I, 15th CT Infantry. Enlisted 5 Aug 1862 from New Haven, CT. Mustered in 25 Aug 1862. Captured 21 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled. Discharged 1 June 1865. Died 21 Nov 1893 in Warren, Worcestor Co., MA.

DOWD, Demetrius S. - Private, Co. K, 15th CT Infantry. Married 18 Jan 1852 to Caroline E. Morse at Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT. Enlisted 9 Aug 1862 from Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT. Mustered in 25 Aug 1862. Captured 18 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 10 Nov 1864 in the Florence Stockade and is buried as an Unknown in the Florence National Cemetery. 

FOOTE, Morris Cooper, D.D. - 2nd Lieutenant, Co. H, 92nd NY Infantry. Born 16 Sept 1843 in Madison Barracks, New York; son of Dr. Lyman & Mary Morris (Cooper) Foote. Enlisted 21 June 1862. Appointed as Aid de Camp for his uncle Gen. Wessells. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Escaped 29 Nov 64 from Camp Sorghum, Columbia, SC with Captain Hiram Coates, Co. G, 85th NY Infantry. Picked up 12 Dec 64 by the crew of the U.S. Gunboat Nipsic in Winyah Bay, SC. Discharged 31 Dec 1864. Also served in Co. C, 44th NY Infantry & Co. G, 121st NY Infantry. After the war he enlisted in the Regular Army and for the next forty years served in various Indian campaigns, fought in the Battle of San Juan Hill during the Spanish-American War, and was a member of the international expeditionary force sent to quell the Chinese Boxer Rebellion in 1900. Married Annie Murphy on 29 April 1891. Retired in 1900 as a Brigadier General. Died in 6 Dec 1905 in Geneva, Switzerland. Buried in Arlington National Cemetery, VA. Morris Cooper Foote’s POW Experience | Another Morris Cooper Foote Link

FORD, James M. - Private, Co. A, 15th CT Infantry. Married 3 Oct 1849 to Ellen Hughes at St. Johns Church, Middletown, CT. Ellen died 22 Sept 1861. Enrolled 11 July 1862 at Meriden, CT. Mustered in 25 Aug 1862 at New Haven, CT. Captured 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 15 Oct 1864 in the Florence Stockade and is buried as an Unknown in the Florence National Cemetery. 

FREEMAN, Peter E. - Private, Unknown Regiment. Probably a Colored recruit. Listed on the 1890 Veteran's Census for Windsor, Bertie Co., NC. States, "Was captured at the fall of Plymouth. Know very little about it."

HANSON, Frederick A. - Private, Co. I, 15th CT Infantry. Enlisted 6 Aug 1862 from New Haven, CT. Mustered in 25 Aug 1862. Captured 21 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Died 10 Aug 1864 at Andersonville, GA. Grave #5352.

HARWOOD, George - Private, Co. A, 15th CT Infantry. Born 1836 in Ware, Hampshire Co., MA; son of Elijah & Hanna (Pepper) Harwood. Enlisted 14 July 1862 from Meriden, New Haven Co., CT. Mustered in 25 Aug 1862 as a Corporal. Reduced to Private 20 Aug 1863. Captured 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Died 6 Aug 1864 at Andersonville, GA Grave # 4937.

HODGES, Horace Isaac - Captain. Assistant Quartermaster of U.S. Volunteers. Born 12 June 1818 in Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, son of Isaac & Margaret (Luther) Hodges. Married 20 Sept 1844 to Sarah Mather Hutchins. Served as a Lawyer in Hampshire Co., MA. Enrolled 2 Nov 62. Assigned 1 April 64 to Gen. Wessell's staff as Depot Quartermaster. Accidentally drowned 19 April 1864 in the Roanoke River by the upsetting of a canoe. After the war, when his coffin was opened in preparation fpr re-interment at New Bern National Cemetery, the body was identified simply as "Capt. Hodges." The workers did not believe that this was his true identity since he was not buried in a military uniform. Because of this, he is not properly identified on his headstone in Section 15, Grave 2613. It simply reads, "Hodges." There is also a possible Memorial Stone at Bridge Street Cemetery, Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA.

JOHNSON, Charles H. - Private, Co. E, 20th CT Infantry. Born 17 Dec 1846. Enlisted 8 Sep 62. Supposedly captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Needs further research. Mustered out 13 June 65 at Fort Lincoln, Washington, DC. Married to Julia A. Loveland. Died 25 Dec 1914. Buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Southington, Hartford Co., CT. Headstone

MAGINNES, James - Private, Co. E, 15th CT Infantry. Married 3 July 1853 to Mary Watson in New York City. Enrolled 11 Aug 62 from Milford, CT. Mustered in 25 Aug 62. Captured 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Died 17 Aug 1864 at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 5932. Mary died 14 March 1897.

MOFFIT, Stephen - Lieutenant Colonel, 96th NY Infantry. Born Aug 1837 in Clintonville, Clinton Co., NY, son of Patrick & Catharine Moffit. Enlisted 19 Nov 1861 at Plattsburgh, NY a 24 year old Clinton County Clerk. Commissioned 27 March 1862 as 1st Lieutenant, Co. B. Wounded 5 May 1862 at Williamsburg, VA. Commissioned 18 June 1862 to Captain of Co. B. Commissioned 19 May 1863 as Lieutenant Colonel. Captured at Plymouth, NC. Exchanged 3 Aug 1864 along with 49 other Officers. Wounded 27 Oct 1864 at Fair Oaks, VA and had his leg amputated. Commissioned 27 May 1865 as Colonel. Mustered out 6 Feb 1866 at City Point, VA. He has an exsensive history of public service after the war. Died 3 Jan 1904. Buried in Mount Carmel Cemetery, Plattsburgh, NY. Photo, Bio & Headstone

STEWART, Andrew J. - Assistant Adjutant General. Born 6 June 1836 in Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA; son of Andrew & Elizabeth (Shriver) Stewart. Commissioned as 1st Lieutenant on 11 Nov 1861 into Co. I, 85th PA Infantry; a 25 year-old Medical Student. Commissioned 1 Sep 1862 as Captain & Assistant Adjutant General. Captured 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive for 1 year less 15 days and escaped 5 or 6 times but was recaptured. Date and method of discharge not known. Became a U.S. Congressman, 24th PA District. Died 18 Oct or 9 Nov 1903 in Stewarton, Fayette Co., PA and is buried in Union Cemetery, Uniontown, PA.

TREADWAY, John H. - Private, Co. D, 15th CT Infantry. Enlisted 24 July 1862 from New Haven, CT. Mustered in 25 Aug 1862 as Corporal. Reduced to Private. Captured 21 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Died 13 Sept 1864 at Andersonville, GA. Grave #7723.

WHEELER, John Davenport - Captain, Co. G, 15th CT Infantry. Born 29 Aug 1834. Married Kate Fellowes. Enlisted 16 July 1862 from New Haven, CT. Commissioned 25 Aug 1862 as Captain. Captured 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled 10 Dec 1864. Resigned 30 Jan 1865. Died 26 Jan 1922 at New Haven, CT. Buried in Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, CT.

WHITNEY, William Foster - Private, Co. B, 15th CT Infantry. Born 1844 in Mansfield, Tolland Co., CT, son of John M. & Susan (Campbell) Whitney. Enlisted & mustered in 25 Aug 1862 from Mansfield, CT. Captured 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA for 7 months & 10 days. Paroled 26 March 1865. Discharged 19 June 1865. Died 1890. Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, New Haven, CT.