Frederick County, Virginia Men in Gray


Frederick County, Virginia Men in Gray.

Thomas M. Spratt. 2008.  

The author, who has already produced similar works on Shenandoah, Page, and Rockingham Counties (see the county pages for description), has drawn upon a number of original and printed sources to produce brief biographies of those men who served for the Confederacy and were born in Frederick county or later called Frederick their home. A brief sample excerpt for one of these soldiers, a certain William B. Mason, follows:

Born 1830 in Frederick County, VA, died 1/23/1909, buried in Shiloh Church Cemetery, Hampshire County, WV. Enlisted 3/25/1862 in Company D, 33rd Virginia Infantry Regiment. Present 4/1862. Absent without leave 5/1-9/25/1862 and 10/12-11/1/1862.Present 12/1862. Wounded in action 5/3/1863 at Chancellorsville, Va. In Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, VA 7/1/1863. Taken prisoner of war 10/11/1863 in Hampshire County, WV, sent to Wheeling, WV 10/26/1863, sent to Camp chase Prison, Columbus, OH 10/28/1863, sent to Rock Island Prison, Rock Island, IL 1/22/1864. Released 5/25/1865.