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In addition to the Confederate soldiers paroled at Appomattox, thirty-nine enslaved African Americans or free Black people impressed (forced) into labor service with the army received paroles:

  • Quartermaster's Department of the Third Corps Ordinance: 16 unnamed enslaved people in public service
  • Eighteenth Georgia Battalion musicians: Joe Parkman Co. A; Henry Williams Co. B, George Waddell Co. A; Louis Gardeen Co. C
  • Quartermaster Department cooks: James Polk Co. B, William Read Co. C; Scipio Africanus Co. B; John Lery Co. A
  • Gary's Calvary Brigade: James Barabsha; Guard Bob (enslaved by David Bridges); Thomas Bowen, teamster; Burress Bowen, teamster; Jim (enslaved by T.M. Dettrick),teamster; John Bowen, teamster; Jack Caldwell, teamster; Solomon Wright, blacksmith
  • Donaldson Artillery, Company B: H. Blum, cook; Jno. Mamply, camp servant; L. Leport, camp servant; Jno. Semple, camp servant
  • Detached Naval Brigade: Charles Cleoper, Joseph Johnson, James Hicks

Last updated: April 10, 2021

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