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Dumond POWs in Civil War
Posted by: John High Date: April 04, 2001 at 20:36:24
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For all Dumond researchers. I recently visited the Andersonville National Historic Site and Museum near where I now live in Georgia. This was the notorious prison camp officially known as Camp Sumter. I checked the computer for a listing of Dumonds and this is what I found:

A. Dumond Pvt., 120th NY Inf, Co E,
Charles Dumond Pvt., 120th NY Inf, Co A,
Conrad Dumond Pvt 120th NY Inf, Co A,
Jacob Dumond Pvt 54th OH Inf, Co I,
Jacob H. Dumond Pvt IN Inf, Co E.

Jacob Dumond of Ohio is tied to my family. He was my great granduncle and great grandfathers' stepfather. I know that Jacob survived Andersonville after six months there. He died in 1900 in Washington state. Since I am so close to this historical site and national cemetery I woul be glad to help with data if I can, such as pictures of stone markers and such. Just let me know.

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