Looking for information on Thomas J. Renick of the 34th Mississippi Infantry Company H of Tippah County Mississippi. He enlisted in the 34th at Holly Springs, Mississippi in April of 1862. Was admitted in a Hospital in Kentucky but eventually carried on the muster roll as missing. I found an article in the Jackson, Mississippi Newspaper dated 1866 place by his father James Titus Renick, which said, Looking or information about my son Thomas J. Renick of the 34th Mississippi Infantry, he was sick, paroled by the Yankees, never came home, any information alive or dead would be Thankfully appreciated. How did James Titus Renick know his son was paroled by the Yankees? I have searched Confederates prisoners paroled by yankees and can't find Thomas J. Renick/Rennick. The 34th was at Perryville, but Thomas J. Renick was not listed as killed, wounded or captured.
Thanks, Keith Renick