These descendants are researching their Confederate heroes...

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Last update 18 January 2003.

...researchers have visited this site since 28 May 2001.

Note: Individuals are listed in alphabetical order. Full companies are listed, North Carolina first, then the Regiment, then the company. You may scroll down or use your browser search.
These folks are researching an entire Regiment or Company:
Company C, 12th Regiment of NC Infantry
Raymond C Killeen
Company F, 12th Regiment of NC Infantry
Raymond C Killeen
Company I, 17th Regiment of NC Troops
MoselyN@aol.com
18th Regiment of NC Infantry
Ron Hughes

26th Regiment of NC Troops
Book Suggestion

Company I, 30th Regiment of NC Troops
Robert Bone

Company G, 38th Regiment of NC Troops
"Rocky Face Rangers"
ECTHEONE@aol.com

Company H, 49th Regiment of NC Troops
"Gaston Rangers"
One soldier's descendant is looking for the history of this regiment, as well as any photo which depicts the uniform worn by his hero.
Paul Mattoon

Company B, 54th Regiment of NC Troops
Chas Parker
CSS Albermarle
Chuck Hooper is writing a book on this noble vessel.
hooperchuck@hotmail.com

CSS Old Dominion
Phillip A. Mason

These Veterans are being researched:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

 

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Alman, Allman, Almon
Rowan County, NC, Regiments
Michael Weddington

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William A Anderson
Company I, 40th Regiment NC Troops
(3rd Regiment NC Artillery)
A Burke County, NC, resident, William enlisted at the age of 30 on 30 September 1862 and fought in battles at Fort Fisher, NC and Fort Holmes, Smith's Island. He was present and accounted for until his death on 4 December 1864 in Wilmington, NC.
Dennis Morgan

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Thomas H Arnold
15th Regiment of NC Troops
Mr Arnold was a tobacco farmer from Fuquay Springs, who along with his brother Solomon enlisted on 18 May 1861, and was paroled at Appomattox on 9 May 1865.
Mary Arnold Gray

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Solomon Arnold
15th Regiment of NC Troops
Mr Arnold was a tobacco farmer from Fuquay Springs, who along with his brother Thomas enlisted on 18 May 1861, and was paroled at Appomattox on 9 May 1865.
Mary Arnold Gray

VADixieDeb@aol.com

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John Bennett
Company K, 49th Regiment of NC Troops
Floyd Beaty

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John Clayton Black
37th Reginment of NC Troops
Enlisted 11 October 1864, captured and sent to Hart's Island, NY. Moved to Carroll County, Arkansas after his release and is buried at Rock Springs Baptist Church in that county.
Dorothy M Sheffield
Portland, TX

also,
Earl D House
Sand Springs, Oklahoma

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Francis A Blanton
Private
Company H, 28th Regiment of NC Troops

Scott Dunaway

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Kenneth C Blanton
Company D, 16th Regiment of NC Troops
Wounded at Seven Pines, he returned to duty prior to Oct. 14, 1862, when he was paroled by the enemy at Arlington VA, place and date of capture not reported. But then, "Nominated for the Badge of Distinction for gallantry at Chancellorsville, VA, May 1-4, 1863" and present or accounted for until captured at Hatcher's Run, VA April 2, '65. Confined at Pt. Lookout MD until released June 23, 1865 after taking the Oath.
James Stone

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Abraham Anderson Bolick
Alexander A Bolick
Company H, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
"Alexander Boys"

According to " N.C.Troops A Roster" Volume 13, this company was raised primarily in Alexander and Onslow counties March-April 1862 and was mustered into state service at Camp Mangum, near Raleigh, May 31 where it was assigned to the 55th Regiment as Co H. They remained so the rest of the war.

Alexander A. Bolick, a native of Burke County, NC, lived in Alexander County and farmed for a living. He inlisted at age 39 April 3 1862. Reported absent on wheat furlough in June 1862, his wife had a baby while he was at home. His brother Anderson joined Sept 1 1862 at the age of 25.Alexander was wounded at the Wilderness in the thigh May 5 1864, hospitalized at Richmond and transferred to another hospital May 15. After returning to duty, he was wounded in the hip at Globe Tavern Aug 18 1864. Sometime before
Nov 1 1864 he returned to duty once again and this time was captured near Hatcher's Run March 25 1865 confined at Point Lookout, Maryland on April 2 1865. He was released June 23 1865.

Both brothers were on the Roll of Honor for Gallantry at globe Tavern Virginia Aug 19 1865.

This researcher is eager to learn more about the 55th, and especially Company H.
Dale Bolick

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John Wesley Bone
Company I, 30th Regiment of NC Troops
Served 10 September 1861 - 9 April 1865
William Robert Bone

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Zachariah Bridges, Private
Company E, 12th Regiment of NC Troops
Billy Bridges

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James Andrew Bryant
Company F, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Private Bryant was born10 February 1836 in York County, SC, and was killed 27 June 1862 in the battle at Gaines
Mill. He was the son ofLewis and Jennett Hemphill Bryant.He married Sarah Elizabeth Weathers 1859 in Cleveland County,N.C.They had 2 Children before he enlisted in the CSA. He is buried among the Confederate heroes in Hollywood Cemetery at Richmond,VA.
Edgar Bryant
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See a photo of Private Bryant...

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James H Burroughs
Private, born 10 July 1833
Company E, 1st NC Junior Reserves
TmTNTCOMPANY7@aol.com

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Michael Carpenter
Company B, 28th NC Infantry
Born 1846, Died 1930, buried Cherryville, Gaston County, NC
Lynn Eldridge

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Aaron Cook
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
Christopher F Cook

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William Clark
Company F, 26th Regiment of NC Troops
Resided in Burke County and enlisted in Wake County at age 38, January 5 , 1863, for the Civil War.
Present or accounted for until wounded in the foot, leg, and shoulder at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania,
July 1, 1863. Reported absent wounded through February, 1865.
Margaret Denise Clarke

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Ambrose Cline
NC 12th Reg. Company E
Charlotte Hughes

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Jesse Kimber Cockerham
Company H, 54th Regiment of NC Troops
Chuck Hooper is writing a book about this Confederate hero & his fighting companions.
hooperchuck@hotmail.com

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Adney C Cogdell
Company F, 56th Regiment of the NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Allen C Cogdell
Company F, 56th Regiment of the NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Perry Green Cogdell
Company F, 56th Regiment of NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Richard S Cogdell
Company I, 38th Regiment of NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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James Harvey Connally
Company A, 7th Regiment of NC Troops
Chuck Hooper is writing a book about this family hero and Company A.
hooperchuck@hotmail.com

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James Madison Cook
49th Regiment of NC Troops
Buried at St Paul Baptist Church, Casar, Cleveland County, NC
Morris Ramsey
Dianne Sain

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Madison Cook
49th Regiment of NC Troops
Buried along with James Madison Cook in the cemetery at St Paul Methodist Church in Clover, SC.
Morris Ramsey

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Newton C Cooper
Company D, 16th Regiment of NC Troops
James Stone

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John Thomas Covington
1st Sergeant

Company G, 49th Regiment of NC Troops
Laurier B McDonald

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Joseph N Covington
Company I, 56th Regiment of NC Troops
Joseph enlisted in Rutherford County, NC, on 10 March 1862. In January 1863 he died in Richmond, VA.
Laurier B McDonald

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William J Covington
Company C, 15th Regiment of NC Troops
Served from Cleveland County, 22 June 1861 - 5 December 1861.
Company E, 18th Regiment of NC Troops
From Sucke Creek in southeast Rutherford County, Mr Covington served from July 1862 until shot in the kneecap on 22 June. His two brothers, John Thomas and Joseph N also served.
Laurier B McDonald

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John Allen Crayton
Private, promoted to 3rd Corporal

Company D, 28th Regiment of NC Troops
Age 28 at the time of his enlistment 29 July 1861. Corporal Crayton was killed at the Battle of Chancellorsville VA on 3 May 1863 and buried in the Fredricksburg National Cemetery. A medal was presented to his friends for bravery.
Robert W Brandt

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Uriah Sampson Crayton
Private
Company D, 28th Regiment of NC Troops
Age 22 at the time of his enlistment at Albemarle, NC, he was promoted to corporal on 15 August 1863 and appears on the POW list of the Army of Northern Virginia that surrended 9 April 1865 at Appomatox Court House VA.
Robert W Brandt

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William C Crayton
Company D, 28th Regiment of NC Troops
Age 33 at the time of his enlistment 29 July 29 1861.. Died 24 June 1862 of typhoid at Camp Widner Hospital
in Richmond VA.
Robert W Brandt

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John Buncombe Crowder
Company F, 56th Regiment of NC Troops
Mary Magnuson

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Joseph P Crowder
Company F, 56th Regiment of NC Troops
Mary Magnuson

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Michael W Crowder
Company F, 56th Regiment of NC Troops
Mary Magnuson

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Robert W Crowder
Company F, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Mary Magnuson

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Spencer Allen Crowder
Company F, 56th Regiment of NC Troops
Mary Magnuson

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William F Crowder
Company F, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Mary Magnuson

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Daniel Crump
Company C, 18th Regiment of NC Troops
A 34 year old farmer, living in Caldwell County, Daniel Crump was conscripted into service on 20 August 1862 and assigned to Company C of the 18th. His great-great-grandson, Ted, tells us Daniel fought in the battle of Sharpsburg, was captured at Spotsylvania and imprisoned for the balance of the war. Ted is interested in learning more about the 18th and their exploits, as well as hearing from anyone with information on the "NC Roll of Honor".
Ted Crump

 

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Abraham Hamby Davis
Company B, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Sandy Run Yellow Jackets"
Great-Great-Grandfather of Gary Davis

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John Hill Davis
Company B, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Sandy Run Yellow Jackets"

Hannah Wolbrueck

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Whitson O Davis
Company B, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Sandy Run Yellow Jackets"

Hannah Wolbrueck

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Daniel C. Dellinger
Private
Company C, 15th Regiment of NC Troops
2nd Company D, 15th Regiment of NC Troops
Private Dellinger's descendant tells us he "resided in Cleveland County where he enlisted at the age of 26 on 27 April 1861. He was present or accounted for until captured at Sharpsburg, Maryland on 17 September 1862, and was hospitalized at Baltimore, Maryland for unspecified reasons. The private was paroled and transferred to Aiken's Landing, James River, Virginia, where he was received 5 November 1862 for exchange. The exchange took place 10 November 1862 and he returned to duty prior to 1 January 1863. 1 April 1863 he was transferred to the 2nd Company D, 15th Regiment of NC Troops on 1 April 1863. He was present or accounted for until reported absent without leave on 15 October 1863, and returned to duty inJanuary or February 1864. He was present or accounted for until paroled at Appomattox Court House, Virginia on 9 April 1865."
Patrick Ruppe

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Robert Devinney
Company G, 12th NC Carolina Infantry
"Robert Devinny was a resident of Cleveland County when he enlisted 26 Feb 1863 in Wake County, North Carolina. He was mustered into Co. G, 12th North Carolina Infantry that same day. (The 12th North Carolina Infantry was organized on 14 Nov 1861 and assigned to the Army of Northern Virginia. Surviving soldiers were mustered out on 9 April 1865.)
During his military service, the 12th North Carolina fought numerous engagements, the major battles including Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, the Wilderness and Spotsylvania Courthouse. On 12 May 1984, in the battle at Spotsylvania Courthouse, Robert and 47 other men of the 12th NC Infantry were taken prisoner and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland. He was transferred on 10 Aug 1864 to the Union POW camp at Elmira, NY where he died of pneumonia on 2 Dec 1864. He is buried in Woodlawn National Cemetery, grave 885.
1233 of the 2917 Confederates buried at "Hellmira" were from North Carolina. Confederate dead were buried in 36 rows on a 2½ acre portion of the city cemetery (later designated Woodlawn National Cem.) by John W. Jones, an escaped slave from Leesburg, Virginia. Jones marked each grave with a wooden headboard listing the soldier's name, company, regiment and state. The wooden headboards were later replaced with stone gravemarkers."
Bob DeViney
Vancouver, WA

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John W Dyer
Company I, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Rutherford Band"
Barbara Channell

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Samuel Dyer
Sergeant
Company G, 18th NC Infantry
Barbara Channell

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Daniel Earls
Company K, 10th Regiment of NC Troops
Brother of Martin Earls, Company H, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Frances Earls Merrell

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Martin L Earls
Company H, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Company F, 62nd Regiment of NC Troops

Connie
Frances Earls Merrell

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William Earls
Company H, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Was he William Marvin Earls? William Marvin's descendant is looking for verification.
Frances Earls Merrell

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William Elmore
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
Private Elmore's Great-granddaughter tells us he was captured on the first day of battle at Gettysburg, and imprisoned at Point Lookout, MD. He survived the war, died 24 January 1892 and is buried at Clover Hill
Methodist Church near Polkville in Cleveland County, NC.
Ruby Peeler Robey

 

 

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James A.J. Farr
Company F, 41st Regiment of NC Troops
Margaret Denise Clarke

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Jesse Farr
Company F, 41st Regiment NC Troops
Margaret Denise Clarke


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Bennett Curby Fields
Company C, 27th Regiment of NC Troops
PEGCHARLTON@aol.com

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Andrew Jackson Gamble
Company D, 14th Regiment of NC Troops
Sergeant Jackson was born 21 April 1836 and died 23 February 1901. His wife Sarah Elizabeth Harmon Gamble was born 19 May 1839 and died 21 September 1921. They are buried at El Bethel Methodist Church near Kings Mountain, in Cleveland County, NC.
Kathy Nichols

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John Frank Gamble
Company D, 14th Regiment of NC Troops
Margaret Ledford

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James A Gantt
Private
Company F, 56th Regiment of NC Troops

Earl Meeks

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Joseph W. Gentry
Private
Company G, 45th Regiment North Carolina Infantry
"Rockingham Rebels"

Captain John H. Dillard's Company
Carole Fisher

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William Gibson
Company D, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
Hubert Bridges

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Hosea M Gladden
Company B, 49th Regiment of NC Troops
Clara K Gladden

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James A Gladden
Company B, 49th Regiment of NC Troops
Mr Gladden enlisted 20 September 1863, survived the war though wounded in the leg. The wound eventually took his life on 19 March 1884. He is buried along side his wife in the Mt. Vernon Church Cemetery in Lincoln County, NC.
Clara K Gladden

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Lacy Gladden
Company B, 49th Regiment of NC Troops
Clara K Gladden

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Parham A Gold
Company H, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Enlisted 1 October 1861, died 27 June 1862.
Jerry Gold

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John Hamilton Goforth, Private
Company I, 56th Regiment of NC Troops
Larry Goforth

View a beloved photograph...

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Drury A Green
Company D, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
Charles Steven Adair
also,
Betty Greene Knopf

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Gilbert L Green
Company I, 38th Regiment of NC Troops
Company B, the 49th Regiment of NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Henderson Howell Green
Company I, 38th Regiment of NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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James Lee Green
Company H, the 30th Regiment of the NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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John P Green
Company D, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
Charles Steven Adair

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Zachariah Osborn Green
Company D, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
Charles Steven Adair

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John Wesley Grigg
Company F, 56th Regiment of NC Troops
Mary Magnuson

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Absalum Hahn
Company D, 14th Regiment of NC Troops
Elaine Crow

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Hambraugh/Hambright
Any/All
SWAMPCRITTER2@aol.com

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Drury Hamrick
Company/Regiment Unknown
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Almon S Hardin, Private
Company H, 28th Regiment of NC Troops
Barney Hardin

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Elijah Hardin, Private
Company H, 28th Regiment of NC Troops
Elijah died 22 August 1862.
Barney Hardin

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Jesse Hardin, Private
Company H, 28th Regiment of NC Troops
Barney Hardin

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Orvil S Hardin, Corporal
Company H, 28th Regiment of NC Troops
Barney Hardin

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John Wilson Harmon
Company H, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Hall Martin

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Preston Harmon
Company D, 14th Regiment of NC Troops
Hall Martin

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Burell B Harris
Company I, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Joan Herring

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Andrew Jackson Hawkins
2nd Lieutenant
Company E, 4th Arkansas Infantry

Lt Hawkins was born in DeKalb, Georgia., and after the war settled in Arkansas to marry and raise a family.
His ancestors had been part of the great migration westward, coming from Edgecombe County, North Carolina, and Spartanburg County, South Carolina. With his father having been born in North Carolina and his mother in
South Carolina, Lt Hawkins could claim deep roots in both states.
His descendant,

Shirley Hawkins of Texas
is climbing the many branches of his family tree & she would welcome hearing from new "cousins":
Battle (North Carolina)
Hawkins (the Carolinas to Arkansas)
Lee (North Carolina)
Thorne (North Carolina)
Ligon (Virginia)
Pope (North Carolina)
Taylor (North Carolina)
Wray (Vermillion, Illinois)

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Israel Leander Hemphill
2nd Lieutenant
Company G, 16th Regiment of NC Troops
Jay Hemphill

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Watson Butcher Holyfield
28th NC Infantry, Surry County
Keith Holyfield

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Richard M Hord
Musician/2nd Lieutenant
Company B, 49th Regiment of NC Troops

Charlie Hord
&
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Daniel Hoyle
71st Junior Reserves, NC
Stan Haynes

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Eli Hoyle
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
Great-Great-Great-Grandfather of Stan Haynes

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Joseph J. Hoyle
1st Lieutenant
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops

Joseph was married to Sarah Self, sister of Rufus, Lemuel, Jacob, Isaac and William
Sue Kirkpatrick

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Stan Haynes

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Levi Hoyle
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
Stan Haynes

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Solomon Hoyle
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
John Hoyle
or
Stan Haynes

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Riley Huffstetler
Company G, 16th Regiment of NC Troops
For 137 years his family didn't know what had happened to Riley. They knew only that he went to war and never came home, until his descendant, Judi Gillespie, ran across his name in the Weymouth Jordan books. If this hero is on your family tree, Judi sure would love to hear from you.

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Marcus M Hull
Company E, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
(Possibly the Lincoln County Rangers)
Private Hull was born February 7, 1844, died December 7, 1913 and is buried at Pumpkin Center in Lincoln County, NC. Our fellow researcher is desended from Mr. Hull on this mother's side of the family.
M. Allen Williams
7650 Noel Tuck Road
Ocford, NC 27656
919/693-2291

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George Jobe Huntley
2nd Lieutenant
Company I, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Rutherford Band"
Max Hamrick
Williamsburg, VA

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A B Jarrel
Company B, 49th Regiment of NC Troops
Researcher, Eugene E Jarrel, is also on the trail of members of the Hunt and Sills families.
EJarrel@aol.com

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Milton Jarrel
Company B, 49th Regiment of NC Troops

Researcher, Eugene E Jarrel, is also on the trail of members of the Hunt and Sills families.
EJarrel@aol.com

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George Wallace Jarrett
Company H, 23rd Regiment of NC Troops
His descendant writes: "Enlisted in 1861. He was wounded at Gettysburg, and at Spotslavania courthouse in may of 1864 he was shot in the right arm, the wound was so bad the arm was amputated above the elbow. He was retired to the invalid corps. In 1886 he applied for and received a civil war pension. He was living in Monroe, NC (Union County) at the time of his death in 1905. He is buried at Shilo Baptist Church Cemetery in Monroe, but I can't find a marker, or any info on the location of his plot. I think some of his brothers served in the confederacy...."

jarrettjp@aol.com

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Henry Clay Keeter
Company C, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Ed Keeter

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Alexander Kennedy
Company F, 56th Regiment of NC Troops
Alexander (Patrick?) Kennedy, was mustered into Company F, 56th North Carolina Regiment on June 6th, 1862 in Camp Magnum. His age at enlistment was 52. He was musician, but later transferred into the ranks. As your list indicates, he was a substitute for Burrell Blanton. Later, (I think in May, 1863), he is listed as a substitute for T.A. Wells. He was captured by the Army of the Potomac on March 25th, 1865 near Petersburg and was a prisoner of war at Point Lookout, Md. and took the oath between May 12 and May 14, 1865. He assumed the name Alex Canada upon capture. His name appears on the Roll of Honor for Co. F. 56th Regiment as Alexander Kennedy. He appears to have died in Cleveland County. I searched through the 1850 Census and did not find his name. All of his muster records indicate he was from Cleveland County, N.C. (a farmer); but that he was born in York County, Pa. Some older members of the family thought that "Alex" was born in Ireland or Scotland.
Kevin Eddinger
Salisbury, NC

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Alfred Kinney
Company D, 14th Regiment of NC Troops
Davidson County Resident
Frank Willis

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B R Kinney
Company D, 14th Regiment of NC Troops
Davidson County Resident
Corporal Kinney was one of some 10,000 Confederates killed during the Battle
of Spotsylvania Courthouse in Virginia. He died fighting alongside his brother,
Alfred, 12 May 1863, and is buried in the Confederate Cemetery in Spotsylvania
Court House, along with about 600 other Confederates.
Frank Willis

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W H Kitchin, Captain
Company I, 12th Regiment of NC Troops
Bryan Kitchin
Formerly of Scotland Neck, NC, now stationed in Omaha, NE

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Harrison D. Lampley
Colonel
CO of the 45th Alabama Infantry Regiment

David Lampley

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James Henry Lane
Brigadier General
28th Regiment of NC Troops
General Lane was born at Mathews Court House, VA, in 1833, and died 21 September 1907 in Auburn, Alabama and is buried in the Pine Hill Cemetery there.
Commissioned a brigadier on 1 November 1862, General Lane led a brigade in the Army of Virginia from 1862 until 1865. He participated in Stonewall Jackson's flank attached at Chancellorsville and "Pickett's Charge" at Gettysburg.
He was a professor at the Virginia Military Institute and the North Carolina Military Institute prior to the war, and returned to teaching after its end. For over a quarter century he taught at the Alabama Polytechnic Institute, the current day Auburn University. These researchers are looking for descendants of General Lane.

Rdjslane@aol.com

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James S Lane
Captain, enlisted in Craven County 21 September 1861
Joseph Hopkins

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William O Ledbetter
Company C, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Mary Baker

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Jacob Mayhue
Company C, 15th Regiment of NC Troops
Mike Tillotson

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Lorenzo N McBrayer
Company C, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Rutherford Rebels"
Barbara Channell

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Cabard Alvin McCraw
Company C, 15 NC Infantry
Born 7 August 1823, Died 11 June 1885
Buried at Camps Creek Baptist Church, Cleveland County, NC.
Kent McCraw

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J J McGinnis
1st Lieutenant
Company B, 48th Regiment of NC Troops
Was Mr. McGinnis a brother to Nathan & Amanda?
Teresa Adcock, of Burleson, Texas, a descendant of Amanda is looking for a connection.

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Nathan McGinnis
2nd Lieutenant
Company F, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Teresa Adcock
Burleson, Texas

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Jason J McIntyre
Company C, 15th NC Infantry
Brother of Martin McBride McIntyre.
Michael L. Smith
5111 Wall Street
Benton, Arkansas 72015
501 847-5168

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Martin McBride McIntyre
Company C, 15th NC Infantry
In both the infantry records and in earlier census records, the name was spelled "McEntire", but the family actually spelled it McIntyre, and still does so today. He enlisted April 27, 1861 from Cleveland County. Martin appeared on the company muster roll on June 2, 1861. He was wounded on South Mountain at Crampton's Pass (also known as Crampton's Gap) on September 14, 1862. His wounds were to the thigh and listed as severe. He was paroled, sent to Petersburg, then furloughed to North Carolina. When he was recovered enough to return to duty he was detailed on the North Carolina Central Railroad. He was ultimately returned to duty with the unit and was once again captured, this time at Hatcher's Run (outside Petersburg, Virginia) on April 2, 1865. He took the oath of allegiance on June 29, 1865 and was released. On that card, at the bottom, his name appears as Martin M. McIntyre.
Martin relocated to Texas after the war c1869 and married Nita Paralee Gregory. Their home was in Upshur County, Texas near Lafayette. Martin filed a pension application in 1907 which was disapproved. His affiants were his brother M.O. McIntyre and an A. R. Putnam, both of Cleveland County, North Carolina.
His brother, Jason J McIntyre was in the same company
Michael L. Smith
5111 Wall Street
Benton, Arkansas 72015
501 847-5168
also,

Laurier B McDonald

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Burness McKinney
Company B, the 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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David H. Melton
Company G, 50th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Rutherford Farmers"

Candice Hollifield

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Abel Pinkney Miller
Company E, 12th Regiment of NC Troops
Loren Townley

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G P Miller
Company E, 12th Regiment of NC Troops
Loren Townley

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William Minor
(possibly William A. Minor)
Reidsville, Rockingham County NC
or possibly
Yanceyville, Caswell County
Fellow Researcher: James R. Minor
PVT, Co. D (Wake Guards)
26 NC Regiment Reactivated
Wolfdog614@aol.com

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Divaney Mode
Company I, 38th Regiment of NC Troops
2nd Company B, 49th Regiment of NC Troops

Judith Parker-Proctor

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William Mode
1st Company D, 15th Regiment of NC Troops
Company B, 49th Regiment of NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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John R Moorehead
Company C, 15th Regiment of NC Troops
Enlisted 27 April 1861, died 22 March 1862
Son of Enoch Jackson Morehead
R Barry Morehead

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James Morgan
Company G, 50th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Rutherford Farmers"
Herbert T "Tom" Morgan

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O P Morgan
Company I, 5th SC Volunteers
Company I, 6th SC Volunteers

Private Morgan enlisted 10 July 1861 and spent most his service detailed as a "Teamster".
Dennis Morgan

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Hayden Morris
Company E, 13th Regiment of the SC Infantry
Judith Parker-Proctor
or
Dennis Morgan

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James N Morrison
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Thomas A Morrison
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Wiley Alexander Myers (Myres)
Company I, 6th Regiment of NC Troops
Johnny Adamo

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Henry Norman
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
A 26 year-old farmer and resident of Cleveland County NC, Private Norman enlisted on 10 May 1862. He was mustered into Company F, of the 55th.
He was wounded 1 July 1863 at Gettysburg, PA and hospitalized in Richmond, VA. He was wounded at again at Wilderness, VA on 5 May 1864 and returned to the company on 1 July 1864. 21 February 1865 he transferred into the Veteran Reserve Corps. Private Norman survived the war, married twice, and is buried just across the Cleveland County line in Burke County. His grave, and the property he owned, are now part of the South Mountain State Park.
Gene Atkins

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John S Norville
Company I, 35th NC Regiment of NC Troops
Private Norville enlisted 17 August 1862 at the age of 35. Captured at Petersburg on 24 June 1864, he was sent to Point Lookout, Maryland, and on 27 July 1864 transferred to Elmira Prison in Elmira, NY. When he died there 22 November 1864, his only possessions were one jacket, one pair of socks and 50 cents of silver money. Private Norville left a wife and 6 children to mourn his passing.
Dennis Morgan

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Hix Padgett
Private
Company I, 50th Infantry

Harold Profitt

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William Leander Padgett
Company I, 50th Regiment of NC Troops
James Haynes
Carlsbad, CA.

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Daniel Dwight Parker
Company H, 3rd Regiment of NC Troops
Michael Clark

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Devanie Parker
2nd Lieutenant
Company F, 29th Regiment of NC Troops
Uncle Devanie is buried at Union Baptist Church, near Polkville, in Cleveland County, NC.
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Hamilton Clark Parker
Company I, 38th Regiment of NC Troops
Great-Great-Grandpa is buried in the Cogdell Family Cemetery off Crowder Ridge Road near Polkville, Cleveland County, NC.
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Joseph Parker
Company D, 15th Regiment NC Troops (5th Regiment NC Volunteers)
Company B, 49th Regiment NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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Marcus Parker
Uncle Mark enlisted in the Militia, the 90th Regiment, 22nd Brigade, District 2, in Cleveland County on
6 November 1861. Captain Parker is buried at Zion Baptist Church in Cleveland County, NC.
Judith Parker-Proctor

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John H Peeler
Company F, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Ta56ro18ta@aol.com

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Lawson Phillips
Company I, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Great-Great-Grandfather of Stan Haynes

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Graham Alexander Proctor
Company E of the 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Shady Grove Rangers
Judith Parker-Proctor

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James A Proctor
Company G, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Judith Parker-Proctor

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John Harvey Propst
Company A, 12th Regiment of NC Troops
Steve Douglas

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William A Putnam
Company C, 15th Regiment of NC Troops
Transferred to Company B, 49th Regiment of NC Troops
Private Putnam enlised 27 April 1861, was captured, imprisoned, then paroled at Keedysville, MD on 9 September 1862. 15 January 1863 he transferred to the 49th. 21 August 1864 he was wounded in the right leg at Globe Tavern, and the leg had to be amputated. He was captured in hospital 3 April 1865, took the Oath of Allegiance on 28 May 1865, the returned to Cleveland County. He and his wife, Nancy Ann Wesson Putnam, had 10 children. In 1885 he applied for his pension, and died in August of 1900. Private Putnam is buried at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church near Shelby, NC.
Lynn Wesson

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John C. Reynolds
Company G, 52nd Regiment of NC Troops
"Dry Pond Dixies"

From Lincolnton, in Lincoln County, John was a Private in rank, enlisted on 10/27/1864 for the war. Captured at
Sutherland's Station, Va. on 4/2/1865, confined at Point Lookout, Md, 4/4/1865, released there on 6/8/1865, after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Sue Kirkpatrick

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Hugh Kerr Roberts
Company D, 14th Regiment of NC Troops
James Stone

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Jasper Newton Roberts
2nd Jr Reserves (71st NC Infantry)
James Stone

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Walter Raleigh Roberts
Company B, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
James Stone

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Emanuel Rudasill
Per Mr Rudasill's descendant: "Enlisted in Dallas, NC in 1862 and served in the 16th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, probably Company M. He was promoted to flag bearer, and carrier the flag throughout the war." This researcher is seeking any information on the 16th.
langston@quixnet.net

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Isaac Rooker Self
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
"South Mountain Rangers"

Sergeant
Isaac enlisted at age 20 years, 4/19/1862 and was mustered in as Corporal. Promoted to Sergeant 10/1862. Captured at Gettysburg 7/1/1863 he was confinued to Fort Delaware on or about 7/8/1863. Released at Fort Delaware on 6/7/1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Sue Kirkpatrick

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Jacob Rucker Self
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
"South Mountain Rangers"
Private Self enlisted at age 21 years 4/19/1862. Promoted to Corporal 10/1862, Reported at home on sick furlough Sept-Dec, 1862 and Sept-Dec 1863. Reduced to ranks in Jan-Oct 1863. Discharged on April 21,1864, by reason of disability from wounds. Place and date wounded not reported.
Sue Kirkpatrick

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Lemuel S Self, Jr
Company F, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Floyd Rifles"

Lemuel mustered in as Corporal in 1861 at age of 22 years.Reported absent with out leave 9/23/1863, returned to duty 11/30/1863. Reduced to ranks 12/15/1863.Promoted to Corporal 1/16/1864. Captured at the North Anna River, Virginia, 5/23/1864. Confined at Point Lookout, Maryland 5/30/1864. Died at Point Lookout on 10/3/1864. Cause of death not reported. Lemuel was a brother to Isaac Rooker Self, Jacob Rucker Self, Rufus Lee Self and William Riley Self who also served the Confederacy
Sue Kirkpatrick

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Rufus Lee Self
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
"South Mountain Rangers"

Private Self was wounded in the hand at Gettysburg on July
3rd, 1863, returned to duty then captured at or near Sutherland's Station
April 2,1865. He was confined at Point Lookout, MD until his release June 6,1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Sue Baker Kirkpatrick

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Albert W Shaw
Company, 14th Regiment of NC Troops
" Thomasville Rifles"
Private Shaw was the the Great-Great-Great-Grandfather of Mr Bob Brewer who states " I have a lot of info on him but am unable to find out how he finished the war." Bob is a proud member of the
Norris Camp #1398 S. C. V.

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Jerimiah Shytle
Company C, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Jamie Shytle

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Charles Crayton Simmons
Company & Regiment Unknown
1837-1910
Mr Simmons lived in the Mt Pleasant area of Southwestern Cleveland County, NC.
Family legend says he came home from the war early after being shot in the leg.
Though handicapped for life due to the wound, Mr Simmons may have been listed
as a deserter. He is bureid in the cemetery at Mt Pleasant Baptist Church.
James Haynes
Carlsbad, CA.

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James Smith
Company C, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
DeWitt Taylor Brooks

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Jefferson A Smith
Private
Company B, 47th Regiment of NC Troops
Said to have been wounded at Chancelorsville, and may be buried in Newton, NC.
Ronald W. Smith
4829 Phoenix Dr.
Chesapeake, Va. 23321

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John H Smith
Company E, 6th Regiment of NC State Troops
Private
Resided in Burke County and enlisted in Mecklenburg County at age 21, May 28, 1861, for the war. Transferred to:
Company D, 6th Regiment of NC State Troops
in June, 1861. Detailed as a teamster from August 1861 through June 1863. Captured at Petersburg, Virginia, April 3, 1865, and confined at Hart's Island, New York Harbor, until released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
John Dennis Morgan

http://www.shelby.net/dmorgan

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Joseph William Smith
Company F, 5th Battery of NC
"My maternal great-grandfather, Joseph William Smith (March 17, 1842 - July 9, 1914), who was born and died in Atlantic (Hunting Quarter), NC was an CSA Army artilleryman in the 5th Battery of North Carolina Company F. He was wounded (shot in the leg) on May 8, 1864. He was hospitalized in Lynchburg or Richmond, VA. Upon his release from the hospital, he was discharged and went back home to Atlantic, NC. Upon his recovery (although he walked with a limp for the rest of his life), he apparently joined the CSA Navy. He became the Captain of the blockade runner, CSS Old Dominion, which he travelled to England to take possession of following its construction. After the War Between The States ended, he returned home and lived to the ripe old age of 72. As his great grandson, I am interested in finding out as much info as possible about him."
Phillip A. Mason

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Richard P Snipes
Company E, 23rd Regiment of SC Troops
Donna & David

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Crawford Spurlin, Private
Company C, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
Tom Worrell

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Moses Stancill
8th NC Heavy Artillery
Chuck Hooper is writing a book about Moses and his fellow Confederate heroes.
hooperchuck@hotmail.com

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William Jefferson Stanford
Company A, 60th Regiment of NC Troops
shadbob@aol.com

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William H. Stetson
Enlisted from Duplin County, NC, 20 June 1861 at the age of 40.
Kenneth P Stetson, Jr
PO Box 1911
Juniper, FL 33458

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Joseph Ary Stewart
Company I, 31st Regiment of NC Troops
Mr Stewart's descendant is currently trying to prove his service with the 31st. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Ralph Denning

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Joseph Suttles
Company K, 50th Regiment NC Troops
"Green River Rifles"
Alicia K Deavens

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John Swaim
Company I, 18th Regiment of NC Infantry
Enlisted on Sept. 29, 1864 and survived the war.
Steven Jacobs

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Marmaduke Swaim
Company I, 18th Regiment NC Infantry
Enlisted on Sept. 29, 1864 and survived the war.
Steven Jacobs

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Andrew Jackson Taylor, Private
2nd Company, 42nd Regiment of NC Troops
Larry Goforth
gofo@connectu.net


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Jesse Tew
2nd Lieutenant
25th Regiment, 6th Brigade
NC Confederate Militia.
Lt. Tew enlisted in this Sampson County unit on April 14 1862.
His descendant is looking for any information on this unit and/or Lt. Tew
marthajane@intrstar.net

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John Martin Taylor
Company B, 70th Regiment of NC Troops
12/19/1845 - 6/12/1949
Buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Rutherford County, NC.
Joseph M White

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Farbury Landrum Tillotson
SC Volunteers, 13th Regiment Company B
Army of North Virginia
Great-grandson Mike Tillotson

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Bartlet Towery
Company F, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
This hero is listed on Point Lookout Prison Camp for Confederate monuments website:
http://mars.spaceports.com/~court52/index.html
Mary Manguson

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Daniel Upchurch
J Edgerton

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Morgan Walker
Company & Regiment Unknown
Mr Walker was killed in Virginia and brought back to Ellenboro, in Rutherford County, NC,
to be buried with his parents,
Amy Whitaker & Elijah Walker.
James Haynes
Carlsbad, CA.

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Thomas Melvin Watson
Private
Company F, 33rd Regiment of NC Troops
Private Watson was born in 1824, enlisted in Hyde County on 9 September 1861, survived the war and is listed in Moore's Roster, Volume 2, page 624. His great-great-grandson tells us this Confederate hero died 4 June 1894.

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Elias Alexander Wesson
Company D, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
Lynn Wesson tells us E A Wesson volunteered 20 February 1863, was wounded and captured at Gettysburg. He was placed on the "Roll of Honor" and hospitalized in Lynchburg unti 1 September 1863 when he was furloughed for 60 days. After rejoining his company, E A was once again wounded, this time being hospitalized at Richmond in April of 1864. He was captured near Hatcher's Run, VA, 31 March 1865 and taken to City Point, VA on 2 April 1865, then imprisoned at Point Lookout, MD. After taking the Oath of Allegiance, he was releated 22 June 1865 and returned to Cleveland County. He and his wife Genila Weaver Wesson had three children before his death on 31 December 1872. He is buried at Zoar Baptist Church in Shelby, NC.
Lynn Wesson

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John White
Private
Company F, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Hetty Q. Harrington

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John W Williams
Private
Company H, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
Hall Martin

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W R Williams
Captain
Company K, Junior Reserves, 71st Regiment of NC Troops
Franklin County
Helen James

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James R Willis
Company F, 55th Regiment of NC Troops
3rd Sergeant
Lynn Wesson shares the information that Mr Willis enlisted 24 April 1862. He was wounded at Globe Tavern 18 August 1864, and promoted to 1st Sergeant in October of the same year. He was with General Lee's Army of Northern Virginia on surrender at Appomattox Courthouse and was paroled 9 April 1865. He and his wife Lovena Morrison Willis lived in Cleveland County, where he was buried after his death in 1910. His grave can be found in the St. Peter's Methodist Church cemetery in Toluca.
Lynn Wesson

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Hamilton Wilson
Comany B, 29th Regiment of NC Troops
Chuck Hooper is writing a book on this hero and his fighting companions.
hooperchuck@hotmail.com

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William Cathey Wolfe
Company F, 56th Regiment of NC Troops
Melanie Malone

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Doctor Joshua Wright
Company I, 48th Regiment of NC Troops
His descendant writes: "He was probably wounded at Sharpsburg and then died of typhoid fever at home. Buried at Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetery. Survey taken in 1939 records death as Nov. 26, 1862. Military record lists date of death as Dec. 1, 1862."
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John Wright
Company I, 48th Regiment of NC Troops
Brother of Doctor Joshua Wright, he was wounded at Fredericksburg on 13 December 1862 and died of his wounds on 18 December 1862. Private Wright is bured in an unmarked grave at Fredericksburg.

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