Can you tell us exactly what was in the CMSR? The pre-printed footnotes on each individual card are important. Captured at Staunton, Virginia, I am a little surprised he ended up at Camp Morton. On the other hand, we do not show his name in our Fort Delaware Society databse.
The Compiled Military Service Records should include a card or two explaining when and where he was paroled for exchange and where he was delivered. Usually, the records will say he was sent to City Point, but that was Grant's supply base. The actual deliveries (transfer of custody) took place at Boulware's Wharf on the James River at the end of February 1865, and again on March 10,11,& 12, 1865.
You wrote: >>> I really need his entire name, where his home was, appearance, family, or anything that might help me identify him. <<<
Most Civil War soldiers went off to war to serve with family members, friends, and neighbors. You need to back track and find out where the company he was assigned to was recruited. Then examine the 1860 Federal Census for that county to see if you find that family group. He could be living in his father's household, or in his own. A posting on the Tennessee CWMB might help.
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