Wysor, James M., b. abt. 1846?
- Existence: b. abt. 1846?
James M. Wysor, of Pulaski County, Virginia, enlisted on August 8, 1863 at Belle's Bridge as a private. There he joined the "F" Company of the Virginia 54th Infantry. On March 19, 1865, Wysor was taken prisoner at Bentonville, North Carolina, where he was sent and confined to Point Lookout, Maryland.
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
The collections contains a letter, dated June 15, 1864, from James M. Wysor to his mother. While stationed at Kennesaw Mountain, James Wysor, a soldier in the 54th Virginia Infantry writes about picket and military activities and actions, rations, and deserters.