All known deaths occurred under the jurisdiction of the Gordonsville Receiving Hospital (Exchange Hotel). Forty-seven (47) have known living relatives, marked thus "<known relatives(s)>" on the list.
This list of names was transcribed from a bound book kept by the ward scribe from May 1864 to March 1865. The penmanship is such that there are possibly several entries for each patient in this index. Check for the correct spelling and all possible variations of both first and last names. The number the page the name was found on. The document is held by the Special Collections Department, University of Virginia.
We need your help in finding more about these casualties. Check your family history and especially your Family Bible. The location of specific graves is not known. Probably all of the Union casualties were moved to the national cemetery in Culpeper. The Confederate dead, initially buried near the hospital, were moved to the Maplewood cemetery. If you have any information please contact us.
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