Pvt. John P. Walker*, enlisted in Co. E, Mosby's Battalion July 28, 1864 at Upperville, captured at Loudon Co., Va on May 20, 1864 [sic], committed at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D. C., May 29, 1864, sent to Fort Delaware, June 15, 1864, paroled during the period April 20 to June 7. 1865 at various places in Virginia and West Virginia, signed Oath of Allegiance April 22, 1865 at Farquier, age 18, 5' 6", dark hair, hazel eyes
*Name appears in column as J. W. Walker
The lead card in his file has crossed out material noted in brackets below.
Jno. P, Walker, Co. E, 43 Battn. Va., Cav., (Mosby's Partisan Rangers, enlisted July 28, 1864 at Upperville [28 to Aug 31, 1864, only roll on file has shown present, Pris of war record shows he was captured in Loudon, Co. Va May 20, 1864, sent to Fort Delaware June 15, 1864] and paroled at Winchester, Va April 22, 1865