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ADAM JURY Served in the Military

Adam Jury Military Service

ADAM JURY died of starvation at Salisbury Prison as a Confederate POW. His wife, Sarah A. Hoop, had previously married Joshua Carr who was killed in the Mexican War in 1846. Records on file in the Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, indicate the military service of Adam Jury in the Pennsylvania Volunteers (Civil War) to have been as follows: Enrolled as a private in Company G 35th Infantry Regiment, 6th Reserves at Lancaster, Pennsylvania on 16 January 1864, mustered into service at Lancaster, Pennsylvania on that date, transferred to Company F, 191st Infantry Regiment on 31 May 1864 and was captured and died at Salisbury, North Carolina on 4 January 1865. POW records indicate that he was captured in Virginia on 19 August 1864 and sent to the prison in Salisbury, North Carolina on 9 October 1864. He was admitted to the hospital at Salisbury, North Carolina on 30 December 1864 where he died on 5 January 1865 of diarrhea.
Adam Jury (I387) served as a Private in Company G, 35th Reg. Inf., 6th Reserves at Lancaster, Pa. January 16, 1864.
Military: was in a Confederate Prison
Military: Family legend says Adam starved to death in captivity.
Military: Department of Military Affairs, Adjutant General's office, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania:
Military: It is hereby certified that records on file in the Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, indicate the Military Service of Adam Jury in the Pennsylvania Volunteers (Civil War) to have been as follows:
Mustered into service at Lancaster, Pa. January 16, 1864
Transferred to Company F, 191st Regt., Inf., May 31, 1864
Captured: died at Salisbury, N.C., January 4, 1865
Military: Prisoner of War records Adam Jury Regt., 191 Pa. Company F
Captured at Va. August 19, 1864
Sent to Salisbury N.C. October 9, 1864
Admitted to hospital at Salisbury N.C. December 30, 1864
Where he died January 5, 1865, of Diarrhea.
Adam Jury (CW) died on 5 January 1865 in Salisbury Prison, NC, at age 50.

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