Battle of Elizabeth City

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Battle Summary

Battle Reports

Prisoners

USN Casualties

CSN Casualties

Commanders

Ships

Fort Cobb

Anecdotes

Links

 

 

 

 

 

Paroled Prisoners

James W. Cooke

Lt. Commanding, CSS Ellis

Patrick McCarrick

Master Commanding, CSS Seabird

James W. McCarrick

Masterís Mate, CSS Seabird

J.W. Ballance

Landsman, CSS Ellis (detached - 8th N.C.)

James Barnett

Seaman, CSS Seabird (detached - 8th N.C.)

Thomas T. Baum

Ordinary Seaman, CSS Seabird

Stephen Beasley

Seaman, CSS Seabird

Jeremiah Bowden

First Class Boy, CSS Seabird

Josiah W. Butt

Quartermaster, CSS Seabird

James L. Day

Seaman, CSS Seabird

George W. Dowdy

Seaman, CSS Seabird (detached - 8th N.C.)

J.W.B. Greenhow

Surgeon, CSS Seabird

Iowa Gregory

Ordinary Seaman, CSS Seabird

Junius Hawkes

3rd Assistant Engineer, CSS Seabird

J.J. Henderson

3rd Assistant Engineer, CSS Seabird

John W. Horton

Shipís Cook, CSS Seabird

Thomas Johnston

Gunnerís Mate, CSS Seabird

E. Holt Jones

Assistant Surgeon, CSS Seabird

Edwin T. R. Jones

Carpenterís Mate, CSS Seabird

George Livingston

Captainís Clerk, CSS Seabird

William Mara

2nd Class Fireman, CSS Forrest

Lorenzo Modlin

Boatswainís Mate, CSS Seabird

Samuel Merrill

Shipís Steward, CSS Seabird

James A. Peters

Midshipman, CSS Seabird

John W. Phillips

Quartermaster, CSS Seabird

Alfred Reid

Officerís Cook, CSS Seabird

William R. Scruggs

2nd Lt., Co. D, Artillery Corps, Wise Legion

James T. Sullivan

Ordinary Seaman, CSS Seabird

John Thornton

Ordinary Seaman, CSS Seabird

Joseph F. Weaver

Carpenter, CSS Seabird

Eames Williams

Landsman, CSS Seabird

Elias Williams

Seaman, CSS Seabird

Reuben Willis

Pilot, CSS Seabird

John A. Wilson

Seaman, CSS Seabird

John P. Wohmsley

3rd Assistant Engineer, CSS Ellis

John W. Young

Seaman, CSS Ellis

 

 

Prisoners Taking Oath of Allegiance

William McDonald

Seaman, CSS Seabird

Thomas F. Cupick

1st Class Fireman

Joseph Smith

Seaman

Thomas Weaver

Commanderís Steward

Joseph Weaver

Officerís Steward

John Bruce

Seaman