Hezekiah was out doing his daily chores on the day that the military forces of General William T. Sherman entered Chesterfield County in early March 1865. He was taken “Prisoner” and forced marched to New Bern, North Carolina where he was placed on a troop train to Point Lookout, Maryland.
The document below is a snippet of a list of Confederate Soldiers and Citizen who passed away while imprisoned at Point Lookout.
Entire page with top headings
The document states that H. Brock died 12 June 1865 and is buried in the Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery.
Point Lookout originally had 3 cemeteries; two for Confederate soldiers and one for Union soldiers. After the War, Union soldiers were moved to Arlington National Cemetery. In 1870, the Confederates soldiers were moved to a mass grave outside the Camp.
The interment site is marked by a 25-foot white marble obelisk. The State of Maryland erected this marble obelisk in 1876.
 DEATH: Film #1303418, entry #3906, Pt. Lookout, Maryland Civil War POW Camp. FHL, SLC, UT.
 United States, Register of Confederates and Civilians Who Died in the North,1861-1865," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-36735-23991-33?cc=2250054 : accessed 5 April 2015), 007499076 > image 549 of 679; citing NARA microfilm publication M918 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).