Andersonville Prisoners of War
The most infamous Confederate prison camp of the Civil
War, Andersonville housed an estimated 45,000 Union
soldiers during the war. This database is a collection of
records compiled by the National Park Service of camp
inmates between 1863 and 1865. Researchers will find
rank, unit, death, and capture information in addition to
the inmate's name and state of residence. In some cases,
the National Park Service has more information for some
soldiers. Inquiries regarding these men can be directed
to: National Park Service, Andersonville National
Historic Site, Rt. 1, Box 800, Andersonville, GA, 31711.
With over 37,000 records, this collection can be an
enormous help to researchers of Union ancestors who were
captured by the Confederate States of America in the
later years of the war.
Surname Given Name Rank Co, Rgmt St Arm of Serv Death
Date Cause of Death
Remarks Ref Loc of Capture Date of Capture Page Notes
More Info Code Grave
HALSEY SILAS E. CORPORAL H 22 MI INFANTRY - - - - -
18640920 0 - - - - YES 43138 0
This page was last updated January 14, 2004.