|Death: ||Jul. 3, 1864|
SEMAN USN USS MONTGOMERY
DATE OF DEATH: 07/03/1864
BURIED AT: SITE 2843
E. Lindensmith. U S S Montgomery.
-NYT report of deaths at Andersonville Prison on July 3, 1864.
List of officers and men of the Montgomery captured.
United States Steamer Montgomery,
Off Lockwood's Folly, January 8, 1864.
Sir: I beg leave to make the following return of officers and men from this ship after the destruction of the confederate steamer Dare:
George H. Pendleton, acting master and ex. officer.
George M. Smith, acting third assistant engineer.
Moses J. Murphy, seaman.
John Kelly, seaman.
William Carnes, seaman.
James McTier, seaman.
Edward Linderschmidt, seaman.
Richard McDonald, seaman.
William Quade, seaman.
Peter Alexander, seaman.
John Hayes, ordinary seaman.
Nathaniel Carter, ordinary seaman.
Peter E. Mallely, landsman,
William Broderick, landsman.
Joseph Ladue, first-class fireman.
Patrick McDermott, second-class fireman.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
E. H. FANCOX,
Acting Volunteer Lieutenant, Commanding.
Acting Rear-Admiral S. P. Lee,
Commanding N. A. B. Squadron.
-from Report of the secretary of the navy, United States Navy Dept., G.P.O, December 1864.
Andersonville National Cemetery
Andersonville National Historic Site
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