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Written Accounts/NARA/Gen. William Gardner CSR.url
Babcock CSR
General Hospital Order
Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 68
Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 68
V. W. Harrison CSR, GH#20
Joseph R. Anderson CSR
Lewis CSR, Stuart Hospital
M346, R.F. & P. RR
M437, 8/25/1862
M437, 6/30/1864
M437, Reel 87
M437, 7/19/1861
National Archives, M437, Roll 6
Nat. Archives - Jackson Battn
R. O'Leary CSR, Jackson Hospital
Richard O'Leary CSR
Richard O'Leary CSR
T. M. Palmer CSR, Florida Hospital
Palmer CSR, Florida Hospital
Palmer CSR, Howard's Grove
Parkhill CSR
R. A. Lewis CSR
R. A. Lewis CSR; Winder Hospital
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RG 92, National Archives
M. W. Smith CSR, Jackson Hospital
Summ. of Franklin Stearns file, M346
Summary of John L. Ligon file, M346
Summary of Libby & Son, M346
Summary of William Liggan file, M346
Thomas A. Harris CSR
W K Tabb CSR
W. K. Tabb CSR
Gen. William Gardner CSR
Winder CSR, Camp Lee
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 416, pp. 22-24
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 416, pp. 154-155
M346 Richmond & Danville Railroad file, Reel #858

 


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National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 12 11/16/1861; Surgeon McCaw directs that ambulance drivers will no longer deposit their patients at Chimborazo and drive off before making sure that there is room for them
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 16 12/5/1861; Surgeon General Moore directs that Chimborazo will provide provisions for 1000 convalescents, apparently sent from other Richmond hospitals - notes on scarcity of fuel
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 17 12/5/1861; cots will be substituted for bedsteads at Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 23 12/30/1861; McCaw is ordered that he has no authority to grant furloughs to his medical officers
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 24 1/1/1862; inquiries relating to the nature of cots at Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 97 10/10/1863; Surgeon at Chimborazo #4 desires to break up excess bunks for other uses
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 317, p. 101 3/25/1864; Surgeon at Chimborazo #4 requests detail of a soldier from the 6th VA as a Steward and Clerk
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364 5/28/1864; funds are needed from other hospitals for Stuart Hospital to open
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 324 11/3/1864 - 3/28/1865; Officer of the Day reports from Chimborazo Hospital #2; reports on conditions in the hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 33 1/29/1862; Capt. Warren has been authorized to build the bath house at Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 46 3/14/1862; letter to McCaw describing an insolent ambulance master, who attempted to check negroes into Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 55 3/25/1862; regulations for Surgeons living at Chimborazo Hospital; notes that there are accommodations for 12 surgeons there
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 59 3/31/1862; Louisiana Hospital proposes to swap convalescents for sick Louisianans from Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 78 4/21/1862; notice that Richmond hospitals (except Chimborazo) must take all patients brought by the ambulances - the overcrowding cannot be helped
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 81 4/25/1862; Surgeon McCaw of Chimborazo Hospital is ordered to Danville to establish hospitals there
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 101 5/17/1862; appeal from Dr. McCaw that slaves working at Chimborazo Hospital be impressed by the government to avoid their return to their owners
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 116 6/9/1862; problems with the delivery times of meat at Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 125 7/2/1862; Chimborazo Hospital must operate at capacity and tolerate crowded conditions for the present
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 161 8/12/1862; 400 patients from McLaw's Division are coming to Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 203a 11/8/1862; Carrington desires to know how many of the 12 Stewards, 246 Nurses and 28 Cooks are white or black, detailed or employees at Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 73 3/20/1863; should a dentist be detailed to come to Chimborazo during the week?
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 84 3/31/1863; Surgeon at Howard's Grove asks for the loan of carpenters from Chimborazo Hospital to help construct new floors for the small pox wards
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 88 4/3/1863; 14 Stewards are working at Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 96 4/9/1863; Asst. Surgeon at Chimborazo Hospital #2 has been sent to 3rd Alabama Hospital; now Division 2 (treating 528 patients) is under-staffed
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 113 4/20/1863; Chimborazo Hospital has recently purchased an ambulance from the hospital fund
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 146 6/2/1863; 64 men have been reported as deserters from Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 162 6/26/1863; questions about an excess number of stewards in Chimborazo Hospital #2
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 165 6/30(?)/1863; eviction notice from agents of Hiram Olliver, kicking Surgeon McCaw out of a house on Marshall street
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 174 7/24/1863; hospitals have been reapportioned by state; describes admissions procedures in the future - mentions the Receiving Hospital (General Hospital #9)
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 24 9/1/1863; letter from Surgeon at General Hospital #9 responding to the charge that ambulances are in the habit of taking patients to Divisions 1 & 3 at Chimborazo Hospital. Hereafter, patients will be taken to Chimborazo's "Central Office"
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 227 7/28/1863; any soldiers from Chimborazo Hospital found in the city without proper authorization will be examined and sent back to duty
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 181 7/28/1863; hospital capacity at Chimborazo Hospital is increased by reducing amount of space per patient to 800 cubic feet
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 196 8/13/1863; matrons at Winder and Chimborazo Hospitals are using the ambulances as "pleasure carriages" and must be stopped
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 207 8/26/1863; McCaw is evicted from the "Chimborazo House," though the owner does not require the dead-house "in the garden" to be removed; probably refers to the headquarters building
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 186 8/26/1863; all Georgians who are able to walk are transferred from Chimborazo Hospital to Jackson Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 189  9/25/1863; Alabamians in Chimborazo Division 4 complain of food - McCaw is ordered to inspect the food and transfer men from NC & AL
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 276 10/9/1863; Chaplains are not allowed to live at Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 250 10/29/1863; McCaw rents a house for the matrons from Clopton & Lyne @ $1500/yr

 

National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 408, p. 8 4/9/1862; McCaw directs that every hospital at Chimborazo shall have a dead house - gives particulars about their operations
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 61 3/5/1863; One of the Matrons at Chimborazo is accustomed to entertaining for dinner - Moore cautions against the tendency of the matrons to become extravagant
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 102 4/11/1863; Carrington orders McCaw to retain a Mrs. Stickney as a matron, but Habersham (2nd Division Surgeon) had fired her previously for insubordination; she is described as "a dangerous character about a Hospital"
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 8, p. 9 7/7/1863; Chimborazo Division #5 is directed to be set aside for North Carolinians
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 8, p. 24 8/30/1863; McCaw directs that hereafter, no carriages or horses will enter or leave the hospital after 8 PM
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 256 11/21/1863; list of Surgeons from Chimborazo who are subscribing to the medical journal that McCaw is publishing
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 408, p. 8 12/14/1863(?); details on laundry operation for Chimborazo Division #2 - no clothing or bedding will be given out without an order from Mrs. Pember
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 259 11/26/1863; Matron from the now-closed Louisiana Hospital is recommended to McCaw
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 1 1/2/1864; Chimborazo is directed to have "a sufficiency of ice"
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 2 1/5/1864; McCaw hires a slave of Mrs. Harwood
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 7 1/8/1864; questions on the status of two men on the Chimborazo staff
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 317, p. 79 1/9/1864; 51 stoves in Division #4 and description of their uses
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 16 1/21/1864; the Chimborazo bakery is discontinued owing to a "want of flour"
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 17 1/25/1864; patients remaining at Chimborazo are ordered to be consolidated into one Division, and the others closed, the employees discharged if practicable. In the future, women without children will be preferred as matrons
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 8, p. 51 1/27/1864; McCaw directs that the number of fires (stoves) in the Divisions will be limited and directs matrons to make repairs to bedding
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 18 1/28/1864; patients from General Hospital #1 and Howard's Grove are to be sent to Chimborazo; rescinds the order closing down unoccupied Divisions of Chimborazo
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 317, p. 86 2/1/1864; an Assistant Surgeon will visit the guard house daily to treat sick members of the Chimborazo guard
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 317, p. 86 - 87 2/1/1864; details over the housing for a matron of Chimborazo Hospital - only $20 is provided by the Government for matrons' quarters - she required $30. McCaw attempts to have building erected for them.
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 62 3/13/1864; question about horses at Chimborazo - McCaw reports that he has 250 men "in the trenches" and needs the horses very badly
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 76 3/31/1864; Carrington wishes to get some extra copies of the Medical Journal when it is published by McCaw
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 82 4/9/1864; Habersham (Chimborazo Division #2 Surgeon) needs extra staff and beds for 400 patients
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 8, p. 85 4/21/1864; McCaw directs that dirt piles will be collected by the dirt cart after 11 AM
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 90 5/2/1864; McCaw gets dressed down for opening 4 Divisions with only 1008 patients
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 115 5/22/1864; Carrington desires to open a hospital at the Old Fair Grounds (Stuart Hospital) and needs attendants for it from Chimborazo
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 115 5/28/1864; 100 tents are sent to Chimborazo to make a convalescent division (Division #6)
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 117 5/31/1864; Chimborazo Division #5 surgeons complain of the inadequacy of the room for the officer of the day and request carpenter shop be taken over for the purpose
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 119 6/2/1864; McCaw is directed to employ a barber so that the patients can have their hair cut
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 120 6/3/1864; 120 fly tents arrive at Chimborazo for use as a convalescent division (Division #6)
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 121 6/3/1864; Chimborazo's capacity is increased by reducing the space allotted to each patient to 500 cubic feet. Furloughs are encouraged to keep beds open in the hospital; more tents will be sent soon
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 408, p. 34 6/4/1864; response to Phoebe Pember's suggestion of creating a special ward for Marylanders - Surgeon feels that it would be favoritism
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 123 6/6/1864; poles for one hundred tents have arrived at Chimborazo Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 146 7/6/1864; notes on four contract surgeons at Chimborazo Division #4
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 1, p. 155 7/22/1864; two naked bodies are in the dead house from Chimborazo Division #5
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 2, p. 185 9/9/1864; Browne (Chimborazo Division #1 Surgeon) requests extra surgeons; he has only two at this time
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 206 11/12/1862; notes on some culinary needs in Chimborazo #5; notes that many improvements have been made
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 408, p. 34 6/8/1864; Phoebe Pember is directed to furnish a list of food on hand to the Surgeon in Charge by 10 AM every day
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 408, p. 36 2/25/1865; Habersham directs that the hospital wagon shall not be used for any purposes other than official; the hospital wagon shall only visit the matron's house once a day
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 408, p. 36 4/2/1865; doctors will remain at the hospital longer, anticipating the large numbers of wounded to be brought in
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 2, p. 346-347 no date; description of the operation of the Chimborazo Bakery
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 46 2/11/1863; Chimborazo morning reports are "carelessly and inaccurately kept"
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 54 2/21/1863; list of surgeons recently ordered to Chimborazo and the Divisions they are attached to
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 94 4/3/1863; question about Hospital Stewards at Chimborazo
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 112 4/20/1863; Medical Directors office has been moved - it is now two doors from the Mechanics' Institute
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 2, p. 189 9/20/1864; questions from Wm. Carrington about Phoebe Pember (2nd Division Matron) and the alcohol under her charge; asks if she has been disrespectful towards any other surgeons
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 2, p. 276 11/10/1864; two men arrested near the Chimborazo bath house
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 2, p. 286 11/29/1864; Division #1 wards (except six) are closed and the staff are reported to McCaw for duty elsewhere
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 2, p. 259 1/14/1865; cases of Fracture of the Maxillary Bone are to be transferred to Robertson Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 2, p. 309 3/20/1865; McCaw is asked for recommendation to fill the post of Surgeon in Charge of Division #4; Davis is no longer there
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 2, p. 316 3/24/1865; report of hospital property destroyed by Sheridan's raiders on the hospital boat "Bell of Pemberton"
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 30, end page [no date, but before 8/15/1862]; list of surgeons in Chimborazo Hospital #1 and the wards to which they were assigned
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 228 12/11/1862; the estate of W. A. Hardgrove would like their slaves to be returned from Chimborazo, in order to be sold
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 707, p. 228 12/11/1862; the sick and wounded (300 in number) from Howard's Grove are being sent to Chimborazo
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 15 1/17/1863; All the nurses and attendants from General Hospital #21 are temporarily sent to Chimborazo
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 32 1/31/1863; hospital attendants from General Hospital #21, temporarily assigned to Chimborazo, are ordered back
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 708, p. 41 2/7/1863; "least efficient" surgeons at Chimborazo are ordered to be reported to the Medical Director
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 709, pt. 2, p. 326 [no date, but probably after 2/7/1863]; Habersham gives details of his three least efficient surgeons at Chimborazo #2
National Archives, M346 7/8/1864; CS Govt. will pay the RF&P RR 50% more to assist them in making repairs to damage done to it during the recent raids
M437, Letters Received by the CSA Secretary of War 7/19/1861; Surg. Peticolas says 3300-4000 men at Camp Lee and asks for additional surgical assistance - Surg. (W. A.?) Carrington has been assigned there and Surg. Gen. recommends A.Y.P. Garnett to the post
M437, Letters Received by the CSA Secretary of War, Roll 101 8/25/1862; notes the establishment of Camp Winder as a military post, but now a guard will be stationed there for the hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 21 2/24/1864; Carrington castigates Surgeon Hancock (Jackson Hospital) for not keeping soldiers from individual states together
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 21 3/10/1864; Carrington addresses the issue of Jackson Hospital having unnecessary delay in burial of the dead
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 21 3/11/1864; Carrington gives attention to the case of Private Van Lew [Elizabeth Van Lew's brother]. It seems that Priv. Van Lew was attempting to be discharged from the service at Chimborazo
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 38 3/31/1864; Carrington desires to turn over the Alms House to the city, but no response has come from them
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 38 3/31/1864; Carrington directs McCaw on the closure of divisions at Chimborazo, to open new divisions only when one was filled
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 38 3/31/1864; Carrington skewers Surg. Hancock for blowing off orders regarding closure of divisions at Jackson Hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 42 4/9/1864; reply to Surg. Genl. Moore about "changes" at Chimborazo - probably in regards to the closure of divisions
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 68 5/2/1864; Sick and wounded at Chimborazo who will not be ready for duty in 10 days will be sent to other hospitals outside of Richmond
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 68 5/3/1864; Carrington requests Surg. Genl. Moore to consolidate Howard's Grove and the Small Pox Hospital into one
M437, Letters Received by the CSA Secretary of War, Roll 101 6/30/1864; Interesting complaint about malingering and malfeasance at Chimborazo
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 82 5/18/1864; Carrington asks that the buildings at the old fair grounds be turned over to him for use as a receiving hospital (future Stuart Hospital)
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 90 5/25/1864; Surgeon at the old fair grounds is directed to call the hospital "Stuart Hospital"
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 103 6/1/1864; tents have been sent to the four large hospitals and will be used as convalescent wards - Gen. Lee desires that all those able to do so be returned to their commands
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 103 6/1/1864; Surgeon of GH#4 is directed to open a new hospital for officers at the alms house, "formerly GH#1."
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 107 6/20/1864; details how Stuart Hospital will be used as a receiving hospital in conjunction with General Hospital #9
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 110 6/6/1864; excess patients at Robertson are to be transferred to Stuart Hospital - Carrington threatens to close Robertson if excess patients are taken again
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 116 6/15/1864; Carrington addresses problems at Stuart Hospital (staff and cooking)
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 116 6/15/1864; Carrington revokes the order closing Robertson hospital, with the stipulation that it be under Surg. Garnett's control, not Tompkins'.
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 117 6/15/1864; Carrington informs Sally Tompkins about the new order about Robertson Hospital, and regrets that the matter had become personal
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 117 6/15/1864; Carrington tries to get an explanation for the absence of a surgeon at Howard's Grove; Howard's Grove is very short staffed
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 576 6/20/1864; McCaw complains about short staff at Chimborazo
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 132 6/27/1864; the washing at Stuart Hospital is to be done at Chimborazo Hospital, which apparently has its own facilities - the purpose of this is, as Carrington says, to dispense with "negro wenches" (laundresses) at the hospital
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 132 6/28/1864; Surgeons at Chimborazo, Winder, Jackson, and Howard's Grove will not turn in any funds in order that they might be transferred to new hospitals or others less fortunate
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 159 7/25/1864; North Carolinians at Chimborazo, Stuart, Jackson and Howard's Grove hospitals are to be sent to General Hospital #24
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 163 7/28/1864; capacities of major hospitals (Stuart, Louisiana, Howard's Grove, Jackson, Winder, Chimborazo) in Richmond are decreased by returning space allotment to 800 cubic feet per patient
National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 364, p. 166 7/29/1864; McCaw is authorized to draw funds to purchase an "additional" ambulance for each division of Chimborazo
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 416, p. 16-19 12/24/1862; Inspection report of Bellevue Hospital
RG 109, Ch. 9, Vol. 199, p. 68 2/15/1863; Letter from T. P. Turner, commanding Libby Prison, requesting that Van Lew stop providing meals for a certain prisoner

National Archives, M437

7/27/1861; Surg. W. A. Carrington has been taken prisoner at First Manassas

RG 109, Ch. 9, Vol. 199, p. 56

1/21/1863; T. P. Turner's report of an inspection of Mayo's factory (GH#21), in response to complaints of the owner about the poor condition. Turner's response refutes Mayo's claims

RG 109, Ch. 9, Vol. 199, p. 68

2/17/1863; nine negroes have escaped from Libby Prison - they had been used as laborers around the prison

RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 337, p. 1-2

5/8/1864; note to GH#9 stating that Howard's Grove Hospital has been opened - men from Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Texas and Arkansas will be sent there. Officer wards are at Howard's Grove in addition to those at the Officers Hospital, to be used at the discretion of the officer

RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 337, p. 5

5/8/1864; letter notifying the surgeon of GH#9 that a division (capacity 450) for North Carolinians has been opened at Winder Hospital

RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 337, p. 5

5/18/1864; note to GH#9 that General Hospital #24 has been opened for certain cases of North Carolina patients

RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 337, p. 5

5/19/1864; note to GH#9 that St. Francis de Sales Hospital (capacity 30) has been opened for amputation and resection cases

RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 337, p. 6

6/2/1864; note to GH#9 stating that Stuart Hospital (capacity 400) has been opened as a receiving hospital for soldiers arriving via the RF&P RR. GH#9 is directed to send of excess patients to Danville

RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 337, p. 6

6/8/1864; GH#9 is directed to send no more patients to Robertson Hospital - effectively closing down Robertson

RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 337, p. 6

8/8/1864; Sister Juliana of St. Francis de Sales requests more patients; Carrington directs GH#9 to fill up St. Francis with all those who "desire to go there"

RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 337, p. 6

8/30/1864; Carrington directs that GH#9 send no more patients to St. Francis de Sales - effectively closing it down

RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 337, p. 7

9/18/1864; GH#9 is to directed to send all Mississippians to Stuart Hospital and those from Alabama, Texas, Florida, and Arkansas to Howard's Grove

RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 337, p. 9

11/25/1864; note to GH#9 that General Hospital #4 has been discontinued by the Sec. of War. All arriving officers will be sent to Stuart Hospital, and all Mississippians will be sent to Howards Grove

National Archives, RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 365, p. 60

4/1/1865; dentist is assigned to Stuart, St. Francis de Sales, & Robertson Hospitals and officers in private quarters
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 199.5, p. 15 8/28/1862; Wirz notes on the sparse armament for the guard at Libby Prison
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 199.5, p. 15 8/29/1862; Wirz calls for 7 extra guards at Belle Isle
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 199.5, p. 19 9/6/1862; Wirz orders Capt. Montgomery to send in the names of prisoners who die at Belle Isle each morning
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 199.5, p. 19 9/7/1862; Wirz orders Capt. Elliot, of the City Battalion, to send 20 guards to Libby Prison, in order to conduct prisoners to Belle Isle
M437, Reel 87 3/26/1863; letter from Surgeon General Moore arguing against Wm. A. Carrington's assignment as Medical Director
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 7, no page 9/28/1863; Medical Director's Office has been moved to "new government building" at 10th and Broad; wayside hospital has been transferred to the Engineer bureau - henceforth General Hospital #9 will be known as the Receiving and Way Hospital
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 199.5, p. 111 10/15/1863; Jno. McCabe is appointed Chaplain at Libby Prison, in addition to his duties at Hollywood cemetery
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 7, no page 12/4/1863; "Hospitals for prisoners of war are placed on the same footing as other C. S. hospitals in all respects, and will be managed accordingly"
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 1 9/1862 - 5/1864; Statistics of General Hospital #1 - hospital closed after March, 1864
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 3 9/1862 - 7/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #2 - hospital closed after July, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 5 9/1862 - 12/1862; Statistics of General Hospital #3 - hospital closed after December, 1862
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 7 9/1862 - 5/1864; Statistics of General Hospital #4
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 9 9/1862 - 1/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #6 - hospital closed after January, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 10 9/1862 - 3/1863; Statistics of Eastern District Hospital (Castle Thunder) - hospital closed after March, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 11 9/1862 - 4/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #7 - hospital closed after April, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 12 9/1862 - 2/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #8 - hospital closed after February, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 13 9/1862 - 10/1862; Statistics of Clopton Hospital - hospital closed after October, 1862
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 14 9/1862 - 9/1864; Statistics of General Hospital #9
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 16 9/1862 - 11/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #10 - hospital closed after November, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 17 9/1862 - 12/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #11 - hospital closed after December, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 18 9/1862 - 9/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #12 - hospital closed after September, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 19 9/1862 - 5/1864; Statistics of General Hospital #13
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 21 9/1862 - 3/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #14 - hospital closed after March, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 22 9/1862 - 7/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #16 - hospital closed after July, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 23 9/1862 - 2/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #17 - hospital closed after February, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 24 9/1862 - 6/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #18 - hospital closed after June, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 25 9/1862 - 7/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #19 - hospital closed after July, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 26 9/1862 - 6/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #20 - hospital closed after June, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 27 9/1862 - 9/1864; Statistics of General Hospital #21 - notes that GH#21 became the Military Prison Hospital in November, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 29 9/1862 - 6/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #22 - hospital closed after June, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 30 9/1862 - 6/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #23 - hospital closed after June, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 31 9/1862 - 9/1864; Statistics of General Hospital #24
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 32 9/1862 - 6/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #25 - hospital closed after June, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 33 9/1862 - 7/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #26 - hospital closed after July, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 34 9/1862 - 6/1863; Statistics of General Hospital #27 - hospital closed after June, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 35 9/1862 - 10/1862; Statistics of General Hospital #5 - hospital closed after October, 1862
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 36 9/1862; Statistics of General Hospital #15 - hospital closed after September, 1862
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 37 9/1862 - 9/1864; Statistics of Winder Hospital
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 39 9/1862 - 9/1864; Statistics of Howard's Grove Hospital - hospital closed after January, 1864, but re-opened in May, 1864
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 41 9/1862 - 9/1864; Statistics of Camp Lee Hospital
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 43 9/1862 - 8/1864; Statistics of Chimborazo Hospital
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 45 9/1862 - 9/1864; Statistics of Louisiana Hospital
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 46 9/1862 - 6/1863; Statistics of South Carolina Hospital - hospital closed after June, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 47 9/1862 - 9/1863; Statistics of Second Alabama Hospital - hospital closed after September, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 48 9/1862 - 12/1863; Statistics of Third Alabama Hospital - hospital closed after December, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 49 10/1862 - 6/1863; Statistics of Florida Hospital - hospital closed after June, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 50 1/1863 - 11/1863; Statistics of Texas Hospital - hospital closed after November, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 51 9/1862 - 9/1864; Statistics of Robertson Hospital - hospital closed after September, 1864
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 52 9/1862 - 11/1863; Statistics of Henningsen Hospital - hospital closed after November, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 53 9/1862 - 11/1863; Statistics of Samaritan Hospital - hospital closed after November, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 55 9/1862 - 1/1863; Statistics of Bellevue Hospital - hospital closed after January, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 56 9/1862 - 9/1863; Statistics of St. Francis de Sales Hospital - hospital closed after January, 1863 and re-opened June 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 57 9/1862 - 1/1863; Statistics of Medical College Hospital - hospital closed after January, 1863
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 58 9/1862 - 6/1863; Statistics of soldiers in Private Quarters
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 59 9/1862 - 10/1863; Statistics of C. S. Military Prison Hospital - hospital closed after October, 1863 and changed to General Hospital #21
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 60 7/1863 - 8/1864; Statistics of Jackson Hospital
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 66 3/1864 - 9/1864; Statistics of Belle Isle Prison Hospital
RG 109, Ch. 6, Vol. 151, p. 69 6/1864 - 9/1864; Statistics of Stuart Hospital