On the January/April roll, Pvt. Cook was listed as absent, sick in hospital at Savannah. May/August still had him in the hospital. On the September/October roster, he was detailed by Sec. of War to report to his company every 30 days. He was detailed to Huguenot Springs. (Since there is a hospital there, he probably worked there).
Pvt. Charles A. Cook surrendered and was paroled at Augusta on May 20, 1865.