DULANY A. FORREST, 1LT, CSN
Dulany Forrest '47
Date of birth: unknown
Date of death: August 10, 1863
The Lucky Bag was first published in 1894.
Biography & Loss
Dulaney A. Forrest, born Maryland; citizen of, and appointed from Virginia; original service in the United States Navy, from March 3, 1841; resident of Portsmouth, Virginia; held as a prisoner of war at Fort Warren, Boston harbor, 1861; paroled and exchanged, January, 1862; entered the Confederate States Navy, February 8, 1862, as 1st lieutenant; served on the Richmond station, 1862; captured, and later exchanged, September, 1862; on Army duty, 1862; reported aboard the CSS Florida, as executive officer, October 9, 1862; served on the CSS Arctic, 1863; indicated to have been in delicate health at the start of the war, and went to North Carolina to recuperate; died at Oxford, North Carolina, August 10, 1863.
Forrest, Dulaney A. Born in Maryland. Appointed from Virginia. Formerly lieutenant, U.S. Navy. First lieutenant, February 8, 1862. Died, August 10, 1863.
Reported as executive officer of C.S.S. Florida, October (?) 9, 1862; detached October 20, 1862. Army duty, 1862-63.
Forrest, Dulaney A. (formerly Joseph A. Forrest)
Midshipman, 3 March, 1841. Passed Midshipman, 10 August, 1847. Master, 15 September, 1855. Lieutenant, 16 September, 1855. Dismissed 7 December, 1861.
Confederates in Memorial Hall
This alumni is included on this site because he is listed in Memorial Hall. We do not feel this is appropriate—these men took up arms against the same constitution they'd once sworn to support and defend—and once initial research is completed on all names we will engage with the Naval Academy and the Naval Academy Alumni Association to correct these and other errors.
Also, his first name is spelled "Dulaney."