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O Prisoners of The Old Jersey

The following is a list of men who were imprisoned upon the ship called “The Old Jersey” during the Revolutionary War. The tales the men told of their sufferings can be compared with those suffered by the North imprisoned at Camp Sumter (Andersonville Prison) during the War of the Rebellion. To find out more about the condition of life upon this ship during their incarceration, see the source listed below.

O Surnames

Charles Oakford
Solomon Oakley
John Oakman
Israel Oat
Joseph Oates
John Obey (2)
Cornelius O’Brien
Edward O’Brien
John O’Brien
William O’Bryan
Daniel Obourne
Samuel Oderon
Samuel Odiron
Pierre Ogee
John Ogillon
Richard Ogner
Patrick O’Hara
Robert O’Hara
Patrick O’Harra
Daniel Olbro
George Oldham
John Oldsmith
Raymond O’Larra
Devoe Olaya
Zebulon Olaya
Don R. Antonio Olive
Anthony Oliver
James Oliver (5)
Zebulon Oliver
Ebenezer Onsware
Allan Ord
John Ord
John Orgall
Sebastian Orman
Edward Ormunde
William Orr
John Orrock
Emanuel Orseat
Patrick Orsley
John Osborn
Joseph Osbourne
John Oseglass
Stephen Osena
John Osgood
Gabriel Oshire
Jean Oshire
Louis Oshire
John Osman
Henry Oswald
Gregorian Othes
Andre Otine (2)
Samuel Otis
Benjamin Otter
John Oubler
Charles Ousanon
Samuel Ousey
William Ousey
Jay Outon
John Outton
Jonathan Ovans
Samuel Ovell
Vincent Overatt
Samuel Overgorm
Lewis Owal
John Owen
Anthony Owens
Archibald Owens
Barnick Owens
James Owens
John Owens
Samuel Owens

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