30th North Carolina Infantry, Company I

Researched and Reformatted by: Jeremiah Lamentations Jones

Post by him: on 12 September 2010

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS

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* ARRINGTON, WILLIAM T., KILLED: at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862.

* HARRIS, JAMES, Captain [KILLED: at Spotsylvania Court House, VA on 12 May 1864.

ARRINGTON, KEARNEY W., 1st Lieutenant WOUNDED AND CAPTURED: wounded in the left leg and captured at Spotsylvania Court House, 12 May 1864. HOSPITALIZED; in Washington, DC on 27 May 1864, transferred to Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC on 11 Aug 1864, then to Pt. Lookout Prison, MD on 8 Oct 1864, back to Washington on 2 Nov. 1864, then to Ft. Delaware, MD on 16 Dec 1864. EXCHANGED: paroled at Ft. Delaware, transferred to City Point, VA on 27 Feb 1865.

* PERRY, SIDNEY R., 3rd Lieutenant WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863 in the left foot and thigh: RETURN TO DUTY: on 30 June 1863. WOUNDED: Snicker’s Gap, VA on 18 July 1864 in the ankle. REPORTED: absent due to wounds in Aug. 1864. RETIRED: on 17 Feb 1865 due to wounds.

* TISDALE, THOMAS B., JR., 3rd Lieutenant RESIGNED: on 23 Feb 1863 due to “the feeble condition of my health.” DISCHARGED: on 26 Feb 1863 by reason of “phthisis.” NO FURTHER RECORD.

* WILLIFORD, BURTON B., 1st Lieutenant. WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA in the groin and right thigh on 3 May 1863. RESIGNED: on 11 Dec 1863 by reason of “lameness.”, resignation accepted on 14 Dec 1863.

WOODARD, COLEMAN W. W., 3rd Lieutenant. RESIGNED on 1 April 1862. No reason given.

NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES

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ARMSTRONG, GRAY, Private. CAPTURED: at Petersburg, VA on 3 April 1864. PRISON: Hart’s Island, New York harbor on 7 April 1865. RELEASED: on 17 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

ARRINGTON, PETER W., Corporal TRANSFERRED: to the Field and Staff of this regiment [1864]. NO FURTHER RECORD.

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* BARKLEY, JAMES H., Corporal. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 November 1863. PRISON: Point Lookout, MD on 11 Nov 1862. EXCHANGED: paroled Pt. Lookout Prison, MD on 24 Feb 1865, transferred to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA on 25 Feb – 3 Mar 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

* BARNES, BRYANT B., Private DIED: Wilson County, NC on or about 28 Oct 1861 of “typhoid fever” and/or “pneumonia.”

* BASS, JOHN S., Private. WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA, 3 May 1863. DIED: from wounds on 5 May 1863.

* BASS, RICHARD H., Private. WOUNDED: at Gaines’ Mill, VA, 27 June 1862. KILLED: place and date not reported.

BASS, WILLIAM, Private. SUBSTITUTE: for another man, name not reported. DIED: hospital in Richmond, VA, 12-18 March 1863 of “pneumonia.”; his five children left with the man for whom he substituted.

BATCHELOR, ANDREW J., Private. WOUNDED: Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. PAROLED: at Burkeville Junction, VA on 14 -17 April 1865; his military record states that he was “noted for coolness in battle.” [must have been in prison to be paroled]

BATCHELOR, HENRY H., Private. WOUNDED: in right arm at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863; right arm amputated; reported absent because of wounds until 17 January 1865, when he retired to the Invalid Corp.

BATCHELOR, NEVERSON A., Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov. 1863. IMPRISONED: Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov. 1863. DIED: of smallpox in hospital at Point Lookout on 7-9 Feb. 1864.

BATCHELOR, REDMUN W., Private. WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. PAROLED: at Burkeville Junction, VA on 14 – 17 April 1865.

BATCHELOR, RUFFIN L., Private. WOUNDED: at or near Snicker’s Gap, VA on 18 July 1864. ABSENT WOUNDED: through August, 1864. CAPTURED: at Petersburg, VA on 3 April 1865. IMPRISONED: Hart’s Island, New York Harbor, 7 April 1865. RELEASED: on 17 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

BATCHELOR, SAMUEL Mc., Private. DIED: a hospital in Richmond, VA on or about 22 September 1862 of “diarrhoea acuta..”

BATCHELOR, THOMAS R., Private. DESERTED: to the enemy in Perry County, PA on or about 28 June 1863. IMPRISONED: at Fort Mifflin, PA on or about 2 July 1863. RELEASED: on or about 1 January 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

* BATCHELOR, VAN BUREN, Sergeant. CAPTURED: near Sharpsburg, MD on or about 17 Sept 1862. PAROLED: on or about 20 Sept 1862. CAPTURED: Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. PAROLED: Point Lookout on or about 24 Feb 1865. TRANSFERRED: to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA, received in exchange on 25 Feb. – 3 Mar 1865. NO MORE RECORDS LISTED.

* BATCHELOR, WILLIAM D., Corporal. KILLED: Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863.

BATTLE, LAWRENCE F., Private [2nd Lieutenant] DISCHARGED: on 1 Sept. 1862 after providing a substitute. APPOINTED: Drillmaster (2nd Lieutenant and assigned the task of clearing Nash County of deserters. COMMENTS INCLUDED IN HIS MILITARY RECORD; He was a soldier “of strict probity, unbiased by either fear or favor in the discharge of his duties.” [other records indicate that this task prove not impossible during the war.]

BATTS, WILLIAM J., , Private. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 April 1865. NO FURTHER MILITARY RECORD LISTED.

BELL, ARKIN B., Private. KILLED: in battle in July, 1864. Place of death not reported; possibly Snicker’s Gap, VA. NO FURTHER MILITARY RECORD LISTED.

BISSETT, PAYTON, Private. CAPTURED: at South Mountain, MD on 15 September 1862. IMPRISONED: at Ft. Deleware, DE, transferred to Ft. Monroe, VA on 15 Dec 1862. PAROLED AND TRANSFERRED: to City Point, VA on 18 Dec 1862. TRANSFERRED: to 47th NC Infantry, Company A on 22 Jan 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

* BONE, HARDY H., Private. DIED: in one of the hospitals in Richmond, VA on 18 November 1862 on “Pneumonia.”

* BONE, JOHN WESLEY, Private. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA on 2 July 1862 with gunshot wound to his hand. RETURNED TO DUTY: on 1 January 1863. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 April 1865.

BONE, JOSEPH H., Private. DIED: at Lynchburg, VA on or about 10 Jan 1863 of “epilepsy.” [LYNCHBURG was only second to RICHMOND in the number of Confederate hospitals located there].

BORROWS, JAMES, Private. DESERTED: on 7 Aug 1863. NO FURTHER RECORD. [In the censuses of 1860 and 1870, no one named James Borrows is listed, in North Carolina; the only person, close to this name and associated with NC, is JAMES S. BURROUGHS, 41 year old merchant, born in North Carolina, who was living in Conwayboro, SC in 1860, in Horry County, SC; Kingston Parish, as specified in the Census of 1860]

*BRANTLEY, J. REDMOND, Private. WOUNDED; at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: on unspecified date. WOUNDED: in the abdomen and/or left hip and captured at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. HOSPITALIZED: at Washington, DC. IMPRISONED: at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC on 5 Dec 1864. TRANSFERRED: to Elmira Prison, NY on 16 Dec 1864. PAROLED: at Elmira on 9 Feb 1865. TRANSFERRED; Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA on 20-21 Feb 1865, in exchange.

* BRYAN, JAMES H., Private. WOUNDED: at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: on 1 Jan 1863. PROMOTED: to Sergeant on 1 May 1863. WOUNDED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA, in the neck and/or scalp and captured at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. CONFINED: in various Federal hospitals. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 3 Feb 1864. PAROLED: at Point Lookout on 11 Oct 1864. TRANSFERRED: to Cox’s Wharf, James River, VA, received on 15 Oct 1864, in exchange. REDUCED RANKS: subsequent to 20 Oct 1864. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 April 1865.

BUNN, JAMES D. A., Private . SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865. NO FURTHER MILITARY RECORD.

* CAPPS, WILLIAM HENRY, Private. CAPTURED: near Farmville, VA on 6 April 1865. IMPRISONED: at Newport News, VA on 14 April 1865. RELEASED: on 27 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

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COBB, JEFFERSON, Sergeant. CAPTURED: at Frederick, MD on 12 Sept 1862. IMPRISONED: Ft. Delaware, DE. EXCHANGED: at Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA on 10 Nov 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: on 1 June 1863, promoted to Sergeant. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, 9 April 1865.

* COLEY, JAMES J., Private. DISCHARGED: on 18 April 1862. REASON FOR DISCHARGE NOT REPORTED IN MILITARY RECORDS.

* COOK, RANSOM L., Private. DISCHARGED: on 14 Dec 1861 by reason of “general anemic condition.” [lived with his parents, A. J. and Nancy Cook in 1860 in Cooper’s Twp.]

* CRICKMAN, JOSIAH GORDON, Private . WOUNDED: Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: on 1 Jan 1864. CAPTURED: at Spotsylvania Court House on 12-19 May 1864. IMPRISONED: Point Lookout Prison, MD TRANSFERRED: to Elmira, NY on 3 July 1864. RELEASED: Elmira Prison on 27 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

CROWELL, JONAS W., 1st Sergeant. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA on 3 June 1864. With gunshot wound of the left thigh, place and date not reported; RETURNED TO DUTY: on 5 Oct 1864. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, 9 April 1865.

CRUMP, SAMUEL W., Private. DIED: at Camp Wyatt, near Carolina Beach, NC on 5-6 Feb 1862 of “typhoid pneumonia.”

CRUMPLER, BENNETT, Private. DESERTED on 22 Dec 1863. COURT MARTIALED: in absentia, on or about 8 Jan 1864. NO MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE IN HIS MILITARY RECORD. He survives the war and appears in the Census of 1870.

CULPEPPER, JOHN, Private. WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 July 1863. CAPTURED: Cedar Creek, VA on 19 Oct 1864. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout, MD on 25 Oct 1864. PAROLED: Point Lookout Prison on or about 17 March 1865, then transferred to Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA, received on 19 March 1865. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 April 1864.

CULPEPPER, WILLIAM J., Corporal. CAPTURED: company records indicated that he was captured at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863, Federal Provost Marshal records do not confirm this. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

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DAVIS, MILES, Private. CAPTURED: company records indicated that he was captured at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863, Federal Provost Marshal records do not confirm this. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

DEANS, WILLIAM, Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. EXCHANGED: on 27 Apr 1864. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: through August 1864. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

* DENSON, ALEXANDER, Private. CAPTURED at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. PAROLED: at Point Lookout on or about 24 Feb 1865, then transferred to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA, received on 25 Feb – 3 Mar, for exchange. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

* DENSON, BENJAMIN E., Private. DISCHARGED on 14 Feb or 1 Mar 1862, reason for discharge not provided. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

DORTRIDGE, RICHARD J., Private (probably DAUGHTERIDGE). KILLED: at or near Spotsylvania Court House, VA on 12 May 1864.

* DOZIER, JAMES W., Sergeant. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA on 10 April 1863 with “typhoid pneumonia.” DIED: in hospital at Richmond on 18 April 1863.

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EASON, HAYWOOD, Private. DIED: in “camp” on 18 May 1863, of disease.

* EDWARDS, JAMES, Private. CAPTURED: according to Company records, at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863, however, records of the Federal Provost Marshal do not substantiate that report. NO FURTHER RECORD.

* EDWARDS, ROBERT C., Private. DISCHARGED: on or about 14 Feb 1862; no reason for the discharge is provided; he may have served later in 32nd NC Infantry, 2nd Company H.

EDWARDS, WILLIE, Private. paroled at Farmville, VA on 11-21 Apr 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

EVANS, WILLIAM M., Corporal. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865.

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* FOX, REDDEN P., Private. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 April 1865.

* FRYER, LAWRENCE D., Private/ ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: in Sept – Dec, 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 Jan 1864. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA on 3 June 1864, with a gunshot wound of the left leg; place and date of wound not reported. ABSENT IN THE HOSPITAL: through August, 1864. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

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GAY, GEORGE W., Corporal. WOUNDED: at Chancellorsbille, VA on 1 – 4 May 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 Jan 1864. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 April 1865.

GRIFFIN, ARCHIBALD CALHOUN, Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. PAROLED: at Point Lookout on 18 Feb 1865 and transferred to Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA, where he was received on 20-21 Feb 1865, in exchange. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

* GRIFFIN, JAMES D., Private. WOUNDED: at Sharpsburg, MD on 17 Sept 1862, absent due to wounds through Dec 1862. HOSPITAL NURSE: at Richmond, VA from Nov – Dec, 1863 through Aug 1864. CAPTURED: in hospital at Richmond on 3 Apr 1865. PAROLED: at Richmond on 21 Apr 1865.

* GRIFFIN, JESSIE R., Private. DESERTED: on 4 June 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 7 Nov 1863. CAPTURED: Kelly’s Ford, VA [7 Nov 1863]. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. PAROLED: at Point Lookout on 18 Feb 1865, and transferred to Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA, where he is received on 20 – 21 Feb, 1865, in exchange. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

GRIFFIN, JOHN B., Private. KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863.

GRIFFIN, MARK S., Private. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM B., Private. CAPTURED: on or near Spotsylvania Court House, VA on or about 8 May 1864. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 17 May 1864. PAROLED: on or about 15 Mar 1865 & transferred to Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA, where he was received in exchange on 18 Mar 1865. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

GRIMMER, ELIAS G., Private. CAPTURED: at or near Framville, VA on 6 Apr 1865. IMPRISONED: at Newport News, VA on 14 Apr 1865. RELEASED: on 27 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

* GUPTON, THOMAS, Private. KILLED: at or near Snicker’s Gap, VA on 18 June 1864.

HARPER, JOHN H., Private. DIED: in hospital in Richmond,VA on 9 Feb 1863 of “variola confluence.”

* HARRIS, ELBERT H., Private. DROPPED FROM COMPANY ROLLS: on 25 June 1862. No reason given. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

* HEDGEPETH, ELIAS G., Private. DIED: at Orange Court House, VA of disease on 30 March 1864.

* HUNT, JAMES A. F., Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. RELEASED: at Point Lookout on 30 Jan 1864 to join the U.S. Army and was assigned to the lst U.S. Army Volunteer Infantry, Company C. NO FURTHER RECORD.

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JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER B., Private. PAROLED: at Burkeville, VA on 14 – 17 Apr 1865. [this short record suggests he was captured and imprisoned]. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

JOHNSON, HENRY, Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. PAROLED: at Point Lookout on or about 15 Mar 1863, received at Bouldware’s Wharf, James River, VA on 18 March 1863 for exchange. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

JONES, CALVIN F., Private. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: in Sept – Dec 1862. DESERTER: list as deserter on 4 June 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: Aug 1864. NORTH CAROLINA PENSION RECORDS INFORMATION: states that he was wounded at Spotsylvania Court House, 12 May 1864. NO FURTHER RECORDS. [in 1860 listed as living in Arrington’s District, Post Office: Hilliardston; not listed in the Census of 1870]

JONES, JOHN R., Private. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: in Sept – Dec 1862. RETURN TO DUTY: prior to 1-5 July 1863. WOUNDED: in foot at Gettysburg, PA IMPRISONED: at Ft. Delaware, DE on or about 7 July 1863. TRANSFERRED: to Point Lookout Prison, MD on 15-18 Oct 1863. PAROLED: at Point Lookout on or about 18 Feb 1865, & transferred to Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA on 20-212 Feb 1865, for exhange. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

JOYNER, ALSEY M., Private. WOUNDED: at Fredericksburg, VA on 13 Dec 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 Jan 1863. KILLED: at Spotsylvania Court House on 12 May 1864.

JOYNER, ASHLEY G., Private. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA on 28 Nov 1862 with “rheumatism acute & congestion of lungs” DIED: in hospital at Richmond on 13 Dec 1862.

JOYNER, CALVIN M., Private. DIED: in hospital in Richmond, VA on or about 20 Jan 1862 of “variola conf[luen]t.”

JOYNER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Private WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: date not specified. CAPTURED: at or near Gettsburg, PA on 3-5 July 1863, after he was “left to nurse wounded.” IMPRISONED: at Ft. Delaware, DE on or about 7 July 1863. TRANSFERRED” to Point Lookout Prison, MD, date not specified. PAROLED: at Point Lookout, MD and transferred to Venus Point, Savannah River, GA, where he was received on 15 Nov. 1864, for exchange. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

JOYNER, IRA E., Private. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: reported in Sept – Dec 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 3 July 1863. CAPTURED: at Gettysburg, PA on 3 July 1863. IMPRISONED: Ft. Delaware, DE, then transferred to Point Lookout Prison, MD, where arrived on 15 Oct 1863. EXCHANGED: on 1 Nov 1864. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

JOYNER, JAMES A., Private. DESERTED: in November. 1862. No further record. [not list in NC in the Census of 1870]

JOYNER, JONAS A., Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. PAROLED: at Point Lookout on or about 24 Feb 1865. TRANSFERRED: to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA where he was received on Feb 25 – Mar 3, 1865, for exchange. NO FURTHER RECORDS

JOYNER, LITTLEBERRY, Private. DIED: in hospital at Richmond, VA on 10 Aug 1862, of “febris typhoides.”

* JOYNER, NATHAN T., Private. DISCHARGED: on 25 April 1862 by reason of “mental and physical debility.”

* JOYNER, NELSON V., Private. ABSENT WITH LEAVE: Sept – Dec 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 3 July 1863. WOUNDED: in the right wrist at Gettysburg, PA. ABSENT WOUNDED OR ABSENT ON DETAIL: through 13 Feb 1865. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

*JOYNER, WILLIAM B., Private. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox on 9 April 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

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LANGLEY, SINGLETON, Private. WOUNDED: in hip at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. DIED: in hospital at Richmond, VA on 7 July 1862, of his wounds.

LEWIS, ARNOLD L., Private. WOUNDED: at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: subsequent to 31 Dec 1862. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. PAROLED: at Point Lookout on or about 24 Feb 1865. EXCHANGED: to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA, where he ws received 25 Feb – 3 Mar 1865. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865.

LEWIS, EDWARD W., Private. KILLED: at Sharpsburg, MD on 17 Sept 1862.

LEWIS, JOHN A., Private. HOSPITALIZED: at Charlottesville, VA on 16 June 1864 with “diarrhoea.” DIED: in hospital at Charlottesville on 28 July 1864.

LINDSEY, NEVERSON A., Private. DISCHARGED: on or about 14 Feb 1862, reason for discharged not recorded. [may have later served in 47th NC Infantry, Company D]. NO FURTHER RECORD.

LINDSEY, RICHARD, Private. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: IN Sept – Dec 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: on unspecified date. CAPTURED: at or near Kelly’s Ford, VA on or about 8 Nov 1863. INPRISONED: at Old Capitol Prision, Washington, DC on 14 Nov 1863. DIED: in hospital in Washington, DC on 16 Jan 1864 of “variola confluent.”

LINDSEY, WILLIAM A., Private [DIED]

ENLISTED: born in Nash where he enlisted at age 20 on 15 Mar 1863, for the war. DIED: of “brain fever’ at Hamilton’s Crossing, VA on either 22 March or 10 April 1863. [may have served previously in 47th NC Infantry, Company A]

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MANNING, JEREMIAH D., Private. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, 9 Apr 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

MANNING, JOHN E., Musician. APPOINTED: a Musician on 1 Nov 1861. DIED: at hospital at Richmond, VA on either 20 Aug or 31 Aug 1862. CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

MANNING, MOSES V. B., Private. WOUNDED: at Sharpsburg, MD on 17 September 1862. DIED: “at home” on 28 September 1862 of his wounds.

MANNING, RICHARD H., Private. DIED: at Winchester, VA on 10 Nov 1862. CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

* MORGAN, MOSES B., Private. DIED: at Camp Wyatt at either 2 Dec 1861 or 15 Feb 1862. CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

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ODOM, DAVID M., Private. REDUCED RANKS: in July – Dec 1862. DESERTED: on or about 5 July 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 Jan 1864. TRANSFERRED: to 32nd NC Infantry, 2nd Company H. on 16 Feb 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

ODOM, JACOB E., Private. KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1963.

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PARKER, JOSIAH, Corporal. DIED: in hospital at Wilmington, NC on or about 4 Jan 1862 of “typhold pneumonia.”

PENDER, JOHN, Private. WOUNDED: in the left thigh and captured at or near Kelly’s Ford, VA on or about 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC on 27 Jan 1864. TRANSFERRED: to Point Lookout Prison, MD on 3 Feb 1864. PAROLED: at Point Lookout on or about 24 Feb 1864. EXCHANGED: to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA, received on 25 Feb to 3 Mar 1865. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA on 5 Mar 1865, furloughed for 30 days the next day. NO FURTHER RECORD.

* PITT, FREDERICK C., Private. DIED: in hospital in Salisbury, NC on 2 Feb 1864, of “variola” (smallpox).

* PITT, JAMES W. Private. WOUNDED: in the left leg at Spotsylvania Court House, VA on 12 May 1864. REPORTED ABSENT: due to wounds through August, 1864. RETURNED TO DUTY: date not reported. SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865.

PITT, JOHN W., Private. DIED: at Richmond, VA on 28 Jan 1864, cause of death not reported.

PITT, WILLIAM M., Private. CAPTURED: at Burkeville, VA on 5 Aprll 1865. IMPRISONED: at Newport News, VA on 14 April 1865. RELEASED: on 15 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

PITTMAN, WILLIAM B., Private. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: in Sept – Dec 1862. ABSENT SICK: from May-June 1863 through Aug 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

POLAND, ALFORD, Private. DIED: “at home” on 16 Dec 1862, CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

POLAND, SIMEON H., Private. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: in Sept. Dec 1862. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE & UNFIT FOR DUTY: in May-June, 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 Jan 1864. DIED: in hospital at Charlottesville, VA on 23 July 1864. CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

PRICE, JOEL L., Private. WOUNDED: in the head at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: on 1 January 1863. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: for four months, eighteen days during 1863. COURT MARTIALED: on or about 26 Dec 1863, reported “at Saulsbury (sic) under sentence of General Court Martial” in company records dated 31 Dec 1863 – 31 Aug 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

PRIDGEN, ALEXANDER, Private. DESERTED: on 15 Nov 1862. NO FURTHER RECORD.

PRIDGEN, DREWRY, Private. WOUNDED: in the arm at Kelly’s Ford, VA on or about 7 Nov 1863. ARM AMPUTATED. RETIRED: to the Invalid Corp on 16 April 1864.

PRIDGEN, HENRY H., Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout, MD on 11 Nov 1863. RELEASED: on 30 Jan 1864 after taking the Oath of Allegiance and joining the 1st U. S. Army Volunteer Infantry, Company G. NO FURTHER RECORD.

PRIDGEN, JOSIAH J., Private. CAPTURED: Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov. 1863. DIED: at Point Lookout on 26 Nov 1863. NO CAUSE OF DEATH SPECIFIED.

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* RACKLEY, JAMES M., Private. CAPTURED: at the Monocacy River, MD on 9 July 1864. IMPRISONED: at Ft. McHenry, Baltimore, MD on 9 May 1865. RELEASED: on or about 13 May 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

RACKLEY, PARSON N., Private. CAPTURED: when he “dropped out on battlefield” near Gettysburg, PA on 1- 5 July 1863. IMPRISONED: at Ft. Delaware, DE, on or about 10 July 1863. TRANSFERRED: to hospital at Chester, PA on 10 Aug 1863. DIED; in hospital at Chester, PA on 20 Aug 1863 of “typhoid fever.”

RENFROW, PERRY V. B., Sergeant. WOUNDED: in hip at Sharpsburg, MD on or about 15 Sept 1862. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: through Dec 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 July 1863. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. EXCHANGED: paroled at Pt. Lookout on or about 24 Feb 1865 then transferred to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA, where he was received 25 Feb – 3 March, 1865. NO FURTER RECORD.

RICKS, JOHN A., Private. PROMOTED: from private to sergeant prior to 1 Nov 1861. REDUCED RANKS: on 1 April 1862. DISCHARGED: in July, 1862, after providing a substitute to serve for him.

RIGSBEE, WILLIAM C., Private. WOUNDED: in the shoulder and/or right lung at or near Spotsylvania Court House, VA on 12 May 1864. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA where he died on 21 May 1864, of his wounds.

ROBBINS, EDWARD J. M. C., Private. SICK: reported absent sick on 9 March 1862. NO FURTHER RECORD.

ROBBINS, WILLIE H., Private. SICK & FURLOUGH: on 9 Oct 1861. REDUCED IN RANKS: on 14 Dec 1864. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: in May, 1862. DROPPED FROM COMPANY ROLLS:prior to 31 Dec 1862.

ROBERTSON, ROBERT, Private. DIED: in hospital at Lynchburg,VA on or about 27 Nov 863 of “febris typhoides.”

RUFFIN, CHARLES H., Private. KILLED: in a skirmish near Warrenton, VA on 14-15 Oct 1863.

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SHERWOOD, EDWIN, Private. WOUNDED: at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 January 1863. KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863.

SHERWOOD, GEORGE A., Private WOUNDED: in the shoulder at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 7 Nov 1863. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison on 11 Nov 1863. EXCHANGED; paroled at Pt. Lookout and transferred to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA on 25 Feb – 3 March 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

SMITH, ALBERT, Private. KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863.

STALLINGS, FRANKLIN, Private. KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA, 3 May 1863.

STALLINGS, WILLIE, Private. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: on 24 Nov 1863. RETIRED: reported “at home on retired list” on 31 Dec 1863 – 31 Aug 1864. RETIRED: to the Invalid Corps on 9 Jan 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

STRICKLAND, HENRY Q., SURRENDERED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865.

SYKES, WILLIAM JORDAN, Private. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: in Sept – Dec, 1862, absent sick in May – June 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 Jan 1864. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA on 3 June 1864, with a gunshot wound of the right arm. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 Sept 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

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TAYLOR, BOLLING, Private. DIED: “at home” on either 3 Nov or 13 Nov 1861 of “pneumonia.”

TAYLOR, CALVIN, Private. DISCHARGED; by reason of “chest disease of a pulmonary character” on 18 May 1862.

TAYLOR, EGBERT H., Private. DESERTED: on 10 Feb 1863. NO FURTHER RECORD.

THORN, WILLIAM A., Private. DIED: in Nash County on either 10 Nov or 18 Nov 1861, of “diarrhoea.”

TUCKER, LEMUEL D., Private. REJECTED FOR SERVICE: on or about 8 Oct 1861, by reason of disability.

TURNER, WALTER S., Musician. DISCHARGED: on 29 Sept 1862, by reason of being underage.

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VICK, BENJAMIN H., Private. DISCHARGED: in Feb 1862, reason for discharge not reported.

VICK, EXUM R., Private. WOUNDED: in the right thigh at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. AMPUTATED: right leg amputated, reduced to ranks on 1 May 1863. RETIRED: to the Invalid Corp on 27 Apr 1864.

VICK, JAMES F., Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. RELEASED: on 30 Jan 1864, after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America. NEW MILITARY SERVICE: joined the lst U.S. Army Vounteer Infantry, Company 1. NO FURTHER RECORD.

VICK, JOSEPH J., Private. DESERTED: on 20 June 1864. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 25 Sept 1864. CAPTURED; at Harrisonburg, VA on 25 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD. EXCHANGED: after release from Point Lookout on or about 17 March 1865 and transfers at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA, wherehe was received on 19 Mar 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

VICK, WILLIAM H., Private. DIED: in hospital “in North Carolina” on 11 May 1862, of disease.

VICK, WILLIE R., Private. WOUNDED AND CAPTURED: at Gettysburg, PA on 1-4 July 1863. IMPRISONED: at Fort Delaware, DE on or about 7 July 1863. TRANSFERRED: to Point Lookout Prison, MD on 15 – 18 Oct 1863. EXCHANGED: paroled at Point Lookout on or about 18 Feb 1865, transferred and received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA on 20 – 21 Feb 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

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WALKER, BENJAMIN F., ____________ . WOUNDED: at or near Gettysburg, PA on or about 1-3 July 1863. DIED: at Gettysburg, PA on 12 Aug 1863.

WALKER, BERRYMAN, Private. MISSING-IN-ACTION at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. NO FURTHER RECORD.

WALKER, JOHN BLOUNT, Private. WOUNDED: in the right shoulder “in the skirmish line” at Gettysburg, PA on 3-4 July 863. HOSPITALIZED: at Gettysburg, PA. DIED: of his wounds on or about 13 August 1863.

* WALKER, RICHMOND D., Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. RELEASED: on 30 Jan 1864 after taking the Oath of Allegiance. JOINED THE U. S. ARMY: joined the 1st U.S. Volunteer Infantry, Company C on 30 Jan 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD,

* WALKER, WORRELL P., Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. EXCHANGED: paroled at Point Lookout on or about 17 Mar 1864. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: during June – Aug 1864. RETURNED TO DUTY: at unspecified date. CAPTURED: near Farmville, VA on 6 April 1865. IMPRISONED: in Newport News, VA on 14 April 1865. RELEASED: on 15 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

WESTRY, ARCHIBALD H., Private. WOUNDED: in right leg and captured at Gettysburg, PA, on 3 July 1863. AMPUTATED: right leg amputated below the knee. HOSPITALIZED: at Gettysburg, PA and Baltimore, MD. EXCHANGED: paroled at Baltimore on 25 Sept 1863, transferred for exchange. ABSENT WOUNDED: reported until 12 July 1864, when he was retired to the Invalid Corps.

WHITFIELD, JOHN W., Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. EXCHANGED: paroled at Pt. Lookout on or about 1 Nov 1864, then transferred to Venus Point, Savannah River, GA on 15 Nov. 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

WHITFIELD, PATRICK L., Private. DUTY ASSIGNED: as hospital nurse in Wilson, NC. ABSENT ON DETAIL: at Wilson through Dec. 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

WHITLEY, JOHN S., Private. HOSPITALIZED: at Wilmington on or about 21 March 1862, with “typhoid fever” and/or “anasarca” DIED: in hospital at Wilmington, NC on or about 30 April 1862.

WHITLEY, JOLLEY B., Private. CAPTURED: at Sharpsburg, MD on or about 17 September 1862. PAROLED: on 21 Sept 1862. REPORTED ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: through Dec 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: date not reported. KILLED: at Gettysburg, PA on 1-3 July 1863.

* WILLIAMS, HENRY H., Private. WOUNDED: at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. ABSENT WOUNDED OR SICK: through June 1863. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 7 Nov 1863 when he was captured at Kelly’s Ford, VA. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. RELEASED: on 30 Jan 1864 after taking the Oath of Allegiance and joining the U.S. Army Regiment not reported. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

* WILLIAMS, JOSEPH J., Private. CAPTURED:at South Mountain, MD on 14 Sept 1862. IMPRISONED: at Ft. Delaware, DE, date not reported. EXCHANGED: at Aiken’s Landing, (James River) VA on 10 Nov 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: on 1 July 1863. CAPTURED: at or near Hanover Court House, VA on 30 May 1864. EXCHANGED: paroled at Pt. Lookout on or about 15 Mar 1865, then transferred to Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA, wherehe was received on 18 March 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

WILLIAMS, MICAJAH THOMAS, Corporal. WOUNDED: at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 Jan 1863. PROMOTED: to Corporal on 1 June 1863. PRESENT AND ACCOUNTED FOR; through June 1863. NO FURTHER RECORD

WILLIAMS, NATHAN C., Private. CAPTURED: at Kelly’s Ford, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. DIED: at Pt. Lookout on 28 Dec 1863. Cause of death not reported.

WILLIAMS, WRIGHT J., Private. DISCHARGED: on 23 July 1862, by reason of “inguinal hernia.”

WINBOURNE, RUFFIN F., Private. WOUNDED: at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. DIED: on 3 July 1862, of wounds. Place of death not reported.

WINSTEAD, G. J., Private. WOUNDED: in the leg at Gettysburg, PA, 1-3 July 1863. AMPUTATON: leg amputated. NO FURTHER RECORD.

WINSTEAD, GEORGE T., Private. WOUNDED: at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: reported through Dec 1861. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 3 May 1863, when he was killed at Chancellorsville, VA.

WINSTEAD, HILLIARD H., Corporal. CAPTURED: at or near Sharpsburg, MD on or about 17 Sept 1862. PAROLED: on 24 Sept 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY; prior to 1 Jan 1863. PROMOTED: to Corporal on 7 Nov 1863. PRESENT AND ACCOUNTED FOR; through 2 Feb 1864. WOUNDED: in an unspecified battle and died of wounds prior to 1 Sept 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

WINSTEAD, THEOPHILUS T., Private. CAPTURED: at Frederick, MD on 12 Sept 1862/ EXCHANGED: transferred to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA on 6 Oct 1862, declared exchanged on 10 Nov 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 31 Dec 1862. WOUNDED: in the right leg and captured at Gettysburg, PA on 1 -5 July 1863. AMPUTATED: right leg amputated below the knee. IMPRISONED: at various hospitals at Baltimore, MD on 1 Oct 1863. EXCHANGED: paroled at Baltimore on 12 Nov 1863, transferred and received to City Point, VA, where he was received on 17 Nov 1863. RETIRED: to the Invalid Corps on 8 July 1864.

WINTERS, GEORGE, Private. WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. REPORTED FOR DUTY: as a nurse in a hospital in Richmond, VA in Nov – Dec 1863. REJOINED: his fighting unit prior to 18 May 1864, when he was captured at Spotsylvania Court House, VA. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD, the transferred to Elmira Prison on 6 July 1864. RELEASED: at Elmira on 30 June 1865, after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

WOOD, JAMES, Private. DIED: in hospital in Richmond, VA on or about 4 October 1862, of “erysipelas.” NO FURTHER RECORD.

WOOD, WILLIAM, Private. WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. DIED: of wounds on either May 10 or May 17, 1863, place of death not reported.

WOODARD, JOHN E., Private. WOUNDED: at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: in Nov – Dec, 1862. RETURNED TO DUTY: prior to 1 July 1863. CAPTURED: Kelly’s For, VA on 7 Nov 1863. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD on 11 Nov 1863. EXCHANGED: paroled at Point Lookout on or about 24 Feb 1865, transferred and exchanged to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA, where he was received 25 Feb – 3 Mar 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

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