Can I get Adolphus Monteville Stephens, Stephens-5876 Civil War Record's listed on his profile, Thanks

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in Genealogy Help by Donnie Blackstone G2G6 Pilot (236k points)

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He served in the Civil War; enlisting in Jackson County in Company G, 62nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment.

Adolphus and members of his unit were captured as Prisoners of War on 09 Sep 1863 at Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. He was transferred to Camp Douglas, Illinois - A Union Prisoner of War camp named in honor of Stephen A Douglas; the famous Illinois Legislator and Abraham Lincoln rival. This camp would become known as "Eighty Acres of Hell". Adolphus would not be released until 16 Jun 1865, after spending some 21-months in brutal misery.

U.S., Civil War Prisoner of War Records, 1861-1865 SOLDIER, VETERAN & PRISONER ROLLS & LISTS Image NAME: Adolphus Stephens

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 SOLDIER, VETERAN & PRISONER ROLLS & LISTS NAME: Adolphus M . Stephens MILITARY: North Carolina


by Dorothy Barry G2G Astronaut (2.6m points)
selected by Sandra Davidson
How do I get his N.C flag and other tages added to his profile,  I don't know how to do that,  I just thank they look nice when they decorated with the Flags , I can write the other information in,  Thank you.
Check out this project, you may want to do some of the things listed on this page:

PS: I added the North Carolina flag to your profile, not sure of the rest, Paula J may be able to further assist you.
Thanks it looks great.
Thanks Dorothy!!!
Some joker gave Donnie a Flag on his comment, can someone please remove that. He's only asking for help to learn
I unflaged it. Probably was unintentional.  G2G is a safe place to ask for help and we are happy to give it!
Thanks Eric for your help on Donnie's profile and thanks Paula J as well!! 4th of July is a great weekend to honor our various War Veterans from the Revolutionary War, America's Civil Wars, World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War to the most recent Wars. See our "Military and War" project at:
Thanks, Dorothy!!

Also, the project page is here:
I love American Military History and happy to help. Have a great 4th of July, Dorothy. Thanks for Your Sevice
Thanks Eric, everthing looks Great.

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