POW received at Military Prison, Louisville, Ky, captured in Whitfield County, Georgia, discharged on Oath, May 1864
Signed an Oath of Allegiance to the United States at Louisville, Kentucky, May 10, 1864, resident of Whitfield County, Georgia, remarks - Volunteer
Indorsement shows: "Roll of 200 Deserters from the Rebel Army discharged from the Military Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, during the month of May, 1864"
Signed an Oath of Allegiance to the United States at Chattanooga, Tennessee May 23, 1864, resident of Whitfield County, Georgia.
Indorsement shows: "Roll of Rebel Deserters who have taken the Oath of Amnesty at Chattanooga, Tenn."
Received [Place not stated] May 25,1864,
Where reported - Forwarded from the Dept. of the Cumberland to be released
North of the Ohio River by order of Maj. Genl Thomas Commanding the Army of
Discharged May 27 by order of Gen Burbridge,
Remarks, took the oath to remain North of the Ohio River during the war.
I read his path as Whitfield County, Georgia; Louisville; Nashville; Chattanooga; parts North perhaps