Note: The records show that Charles S. Hollier, private, Company F, 8th Louisiana Infantry, Confederate States Army, enlisted June 23, 1861, and on the roll of the company covering the period from April 30 to August 31, 1864 (which roll is dated November 3, 1864) latest roll on file, he is reported absent without leave since April 20, 1864. A company record dated: Petersburg, Virginia, March 15, 1865, shows him with remark: "Captured Nov. 7, 1863; exchanged, furloughed, went home and stayed."
The records of prisoners of war show that Charles S. Hollier, Private of the above mentioned company and regiment, was captured November 7, 1863, on the Rappahannock, and exchanged March 10, 1864, at Point Lookout. Said records also show that he was paroled June 6, 1865, at Natchitoches, Louisiana, following surrender May 26, 1865, at New Orleans, Louisiana.
signed by T.C. Anisworth, The Adjutant General.
Copied from War Record furnished by the Louisiana Board of Pension Commissioner, Baton Rouge, La. - July 31, 1911 - File #1810971
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