4th North Carolina Infantry, Company F

4th NORTH CAROLINA INFANTRY, COMPANY F

Researched and Reformatted by: Jeremiah Lamentations Jones

Posted by him: 1 September 2010

The company is also known as the “Wilson Light Infantry.” It was organized in Wilson County and began enlisting at Wilson on 18 April 1861, for twelve month service. At New Bern, on 28 June 1861, the company was mustered out as a twelve-month unit and mustered in for the war. It was ordered to Camp Hill, near Garysburg, Northampton County, and assigned to this regiment as Company F. All men listed below are from Wilson County, North Carolina.

From: Louis H. Manarin and Weymouth T. Jordan, Jr., Compilers, NORTH CAROLINA STATE TROOPS, 1861 – 1865: A ROSTER [Raleigh, NC: Office of Archives and History, 1973]: 4th NC Infantry, Company F – pages 66 through 74.

Also see: Hugh B. Johnston, Jr., PARTIAL ROSTER OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS FROM WILSON COUNTY [NC], 1861 – 1865.

CONFEDERATE NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS

4th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry

4th Infantry Regiment State Troops completed its organization in May, 1862, at Camp Hill, near Garysburg, North Carolina. It recruited its members in Iredell, Rowan, Wayne, Beaufort, Wilson, and Davie counties. Ordered to Virginia, the unit served in General Featherston’s, G.B. Anderson’s, Ramseur’s, and Cox’s Brigade. It was active at Williamsburg, Seven Pines, and the Seven Days’ Battles, then shared in the campaigns of the army from South Mountain to Cold Harbor. Later the 4th was involved in Early’s Shenandoah Valley operations and the Appomattox Campaign. It lost 77 killed, 241 wounded, and 6 missing of the 678 engaged at Seven Pines, sustained 58 casualties during the Maryland Campaign, and had 45 killed and 110 wounded at Chancellorsville. At Gettysburg the unit lost thirty-one percent of the 196 engaged, and 18 were disabled at Bristoe. The records show 8 officers and 101 men present on April 9, 1865. Its field officers were Colonels George B. Anderson, Bryan Grimes, Edwin A. Osborne, and James H. Wood; Lieutenant Colonels David M. Carter and John A. Young; and Majors Edward S. Marsh and Absalom K. Simonton.

From: http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.cfm

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS

CAPTAINS

BARNES, JESSE S., KILLED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862 at age 24.

DUNHAM, JOHN W., WOUNDED: in the left thigh at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862. RESIGNED: on 9 March 1863, by reason of wounds received at Seven Pines at age 20.

THOMPSON, THOMAS E., WOUNDED: at Fredericksburg, VA on 13 Dec 1862 & at Gettysburg, PA, in the knee. RESIGNED: because of “valvular disease and conseqent Hypertrophy of heart” on 20 Aug 1864.

WARREN, HENRY MAY. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA with a gunshot wound on on 26 Mar 1864. CAPTURED: at Winchester, VA on 19 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: at Ft. Delaware, DE until release after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

LIEUTENANTS

MARTIN, R. J., 2d Lt. CAPTURED: Fisher’s Hill, VA on 22 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC, then transferred to Ft. Delaware, DE, where he arrived 4 Feb 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

PARKER, SAMUEL Y., 1st Lt. KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863 at age 23.

SIMMS, PATRICK HENRY, 1st Lt. RESIGNED: on 7 Feb 1863 by reason of “disease of the lungs and bowels, attended with much debility and failing physical health.

STEVENS, WILLIAM VIRGIL, 2nd Lt. – KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863.

STITH, THOMAS B., 2nd. Lt. – KILLED: at Spotsylvania Court House on 19 May 1864.

WELLS, JOHN D., 2nd Lt. CAPTURED: at Fredericksburg, VA on 3 May 1863. IMPRISONED: at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC, then transferred to City Point, VA on 10 May 1863 in exchange. PAROLED: at Appomattox Court House, VA 9 Apr 1865.

NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES

ALLISON, JAMES, Private. KILLED: in action on 3 June 1864. PLACE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

ARMSTRONG, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Private. TRANSFERRED: to 5th Regiment, Company G. N. S. T., 24 Sept 1862, upon appointment as 2d Lit.

ATKINSON, ALVIN, Private. DIED: on 24 May 1862. PLACE AND CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

ATKINSON, JAMES T., Sergeant. CAPTURED: Fredericksburg, VA on 3 May 1863. IMPRISONED: Washington, DC (Probably Old Capitol Prison), then transferred to City Point, VA in exchange. KILLED: at Spotsylvania Court House, VA on 12 March 1864 at age 27.

ATKINSON, JONAS J., Private. DIED: at Manassas, VA on 29-30 Jan 1862 at age 22. CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

BAKER, BENJAMIN R., Private. KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863 at age 24.

BARNES, BUNYAN, Private. WOUNDED: prior to 5 Jun 1862 & again at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. CAPTURED: at Winchester, VA on 19 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD until release on 3 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

BARNES, EDWIN, Private. CAPTURED: at Winchester, VA on 19 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: Point Lookout Prison, MD using an assumed name. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

BARNES, HARDY H., Sergeant. WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. DIED: of his wounds on 7 May 1863 at age 27. PLACE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

BARNES, JACOB, Private. KILLED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862 at age of 29.

BARNES, LAFAYETTE, 1st Sergeant. DIED: at Plains Station, VA on 22-23 Oct 1861 of “febris typhoides” at age 22.

BARNES, WILLIAM B., Private. DIED: in Confederate Medical Facility at Lynchburg, VA on 11 June 1864 “of wounds” at age 21.

BARNES, WILLIAM S., Sergeant. TRANSFERRED; to the Field and Staff of this Regiment.

BATTLE, GEORGE B., Private. DIED: at Richmond, VA on 6 June 1862. PLACE AND DATE WOUNDED NOT REPORTED.

BATTLE, WALTER R., Private. MEDICAL FACILITY: Confederate medical facility in Richmond, VA on 25 May 1864 with a gunshot wound, PLACE AND DATE WOUNDED NOT REPORTED. CAPTURED: at Winchester, VA on 19 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD & exchanged to Venus Point, Savannah River, GA, received there on 15 Nov 1864. CAPTURED: at Sutherland Station, VA. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, a second time, until released on 23 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

BEACH, JOHN R., Private. DIED: in Confederate Medical Facility at Lynchburg, VA on 11 Jan 1863 of “chronic diarrhoea” age age 23.

BEAMAN, JOSEPH B., Private. DIED: in Confederae Medical Facility at Richmond, VA on 9 Jan 1864 of “variola conf(luen)t” at age 31.

BENTON, JOHN L., Private. WOUNDED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 Mar 1862. DIED: on 10 June 1862. CAUSE AND PLACE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

BOWDEN, WHITFORD B., Private. DISCHARGED: on 19 Oct 1861. For “being a minor”; age listed at 18.

BRIDGERS, EDWIN C., Private. KILLED: ‘accidentally shot” and killed at Camp Pickens near Manassas, VA on 16 Sept 1861.

BURTON, JOHN L., Corporal. CAPTURED: PLACE AND DATE UNREPORTED. PAROLED: 27 Sept 1862. CAPTURED: at Fredericksburg, VA on 3 May 1863. IMPRISONED: at Washington, DC exchanged at City Point, VA on 10 May 1863. WOUNDED: in Left leg and CAPTURED: at Old Wilderness Tavern, VA on 15 May 1864. FEDERAL MEDICAL FACILITY: at Fredericksburg, VA on 23 May 1864. DIED: of his wounds on 16 June 1864. PLACE OF DEATH UNREPORTED.

CHRISTMAN, DANIEL P., Sergeant. PAROLED: first at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865 and again at Greensboro, NC on 13 May 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

CLARK, SIDNEY P., Private. WOUNDED AND CAPTURED: at Williamsburg, VA on 5 May 1862. FEDERAL MEDICAL FACILITY: at Ft. Monroe, VA (on the peninsula of Viriginia; on Hampton Roads across from Norfolk, VA). IMPRISONED: transferred to Ft. Delaware, DE on 15 July 1862. EXCHANGED: at Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA on 5 Aug 1862. APPOINTED A LT.: probably the same SIDNEY P. CLARK who was appointed 1st Lt. in 59th NC Cavalry, Company H on 24 Sept 1862. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

CONDON, REDMOND, Private. WOUNDED: in the left ear at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. DETAILED: as a nurse or as a Provost Guard on August, 1864. REFUGEE AND DESERTER: name appears on a register of refugees and rebel deserters who were received at Washington, DC on 12 Apr 1865 at age 26.

COX, LEWIS, Private. DETAILED: for duty in the “Gov(ernment) Shops,”, Richmond, VA on 7 Jan 1863, by reason of “chr(onic) otitis,” “surditas,” & “deaness.” REPORTED ABSENT ON DETAIL: through 28 Sept 1864, where he seems to have served as a harness maker. NO FURTHER RECORD.

CRAFTON, ROBERT W., Private. KILLED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862 at age 19.

CROCKER, WILLIAM A., Private. ABSENT SICK: from 31 May 1862 through 2 April 1863. DESERTED: prior to 1May 1863. CONFERATE MEDICAL FACILITY: at Danville, VA onor about 5 July 1864 with “diarrhoea.” DESERTED: on 1 Aug 1864. PAROLED: in Goldsboro, NC on 3 May 1865; it is reported that he “Came in for parole.”

DAVIS, GEORGE C., Private. DISCHARGED: by reason of “cataract in one eye & amanrosis commencing in the other.”

DAVIS, JOSEPH, Private. CAPTURED: at Sharpsburg, MD on 17 Sept 1862. EXCHANGED: no date reported. DETAILED: as a nurse in hospital in Wilson, NC through Dec 1864. PAROLED: at Goldsboro, NC in 1865; exact date not reported.

DRIVER, NEVERSON A., Private. DISCHARGED: at Hamilton’s Crossing, VA on 20 Mar 1863, by reason of “tuberculosis.”

DRIVER, WILLIAM A., Private. PREVIOUS SERVICE: in 19th NC Cavalry, Company E. TRANSFERRED TO THIS COMPANY: on 4 Apr 1863. PRESENT: through Dec 1863. NO FURTHER RECORD.

EVANS, ARTHUR, Private. KILLED: at Snicker’s Gap, VA on 18 July 1864.

FARMER, JAMES C., Private. WOUNDED: in left shoulder at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862. ABSENT WOUNDED UNTIL HE RETIRED: to the Invalid Corps on 10 May 1864. ASSIGNED GUARD DUTY: at Tarboro on 17 Jan 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

FARMER, JONATHAN D., Private. WOUNDED: in right leg at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862 and RIGHT LEG AMPUTATED. DISCHARGED: at Richmond, VA on 5 July 1862. DIED: prior to 21 Aug 1864 at age 21. PLACE, DATE AND CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

FARMER, M., Private. PAROLED: at Goldsboro, NC on 15 May 1865. REPORTED ON HIS MILITARY RECORD: that he “Came in for parole.”

FARMER, THADDEUS M., Private. DIED: on 30 June 1862 at age 18. PLACE AND CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

FARMER, WILEY, Private. WOUNDED: in the right arm at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862. REPORTED FOR DUTY AS A NURSE: at Wilson from 28 Mar 1863 through Aug 1864. RETIRED: to the Invalid Corps on 2 Jan 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

FARMER, WILLIAM J., Private. DIED: in the medical facility at Plains Station, VA on 30 – 31 October 1861 of “pneumonia” at age 18.

FARRELL, GRAY, Private. DIED: in medical facility at Plains Station, VA on 7-11 October 1861 of “febris typhoides” at age 23.

FELTON, ELISHA, Private. PRESENT & ACCOUNTED FOR: through Aug 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

FITZGERALD, C. W., Private. TRANSFERRED: to Capt. Pegram’s Company, Virginia Light Artillery, on 28 Dec. 1863.

FITZGERALD, WILLIAM P. WOUNDED: in right thigh at Gaines’ Mill, VA on 17 June 1862. ABSENT WOUNDED; until 20 Jan 1863. WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. DIED: 19 May 1863 of wounds. PLACE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

FLORA, ELVIN, Private. CAPTURED: at Sharpsburg, MD on 17 Sept 1862. IMPRISONED: at Ft. Delaware Prison, DE. EXCHANGED: at Aiken’s Landing on 10 Nov 1863. CAPTURED: at Fredericksburg, VA on 3 May 1863. IMPRISONED: Washington, DC. EXCHANGED: at City Point, VA on 10 May 1863. WOUNDED: in the neck near Spotsylvania Court House, VA on 9 May 1864. LAST REPORTED: in medical facility in Richmond, VA on 25 Mar 1865 with “varicose veins.” [20 yr. old farm laborer in the U.S. Census of 1860 in Wilson District, Wilson County, NC; & as a 43 year old farmer in Gardner’s Township, Wilson County, NC in the U. S. Census of 1880]

FRANKLIN, RUFUS M., Private. KILLED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862 at age 26.

GARDNER, THEOPHILUS, Private, PROVOST GUARD: in the Valley District of Virginia from 24 Nov 1863 through Oct 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

GAY, JAMES, Sergeant. WOUNDED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. PAROLED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 April 1865.

HANSELL, WILLIAM R., 1st Sergeant. TRANSFERRED: to 44th NC Regiment, Company D on 4 Sept 1863.

HARRIS DAVID B. DIED: in Plains Station, VA medical facility on 27 Oct 1864.

HARRISON, EDMUND F., Musician. PRESENT & ACCOUNTED FOR: trough 3 Oct 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

HEARN, WILLIAM A., Private. DISCHARGED: at Camp Pickens, near Manassas, VA on either 13 Feb 1862 or 27 Feb 1862. REASON FOR DISCHARGE NOT REPORTED.

HENDERSON, ROBERT, Private. DESERTED: to the enemy in West Virginia in April, 1865. OATH OF AMNESTY: took the Oath on 9 Apr 1865 at age 22. NO FURTHER RECORD.

HOWARD, P., Private. PAROLED: at Goldsboro, NC in 1865; reported that he “Came in for parole.”

JACKSON, DOCTOR G., Private. CAPTURED: at Sharpsburg, MD on 17 Sept 1862. IMPRISONED: at Ft. Delaware Prison, DE until trsferred to Aiken’s Landing on 10 Nov 1862. WOUNDED: in right leg & captured at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. MEDICAL FACILITY: committed to one in Washington, DC & then transferred to Old Capital Prison, Washington, DC on 25 June 1863. PAROLED and TRANSFERRED: to City Point, VA. PRESENT & ACCOUNTED FOR: through Sept 1864. PAROLED: on 24 Apr 1865. NO SPECIFICATION OF WHERE PAROLED.

JACKSON, GEORGE W., Private. PROMOTED: to musician on 11 Feb 1863 & transferred to the regimental band.

JACKSON, HENRY L., Private. KILLED: at Spotsylvania Court House, VA on 19 May 1864 at age 30.

KNIGHT, THOMAS D., Private. WOUNDED: in right hand at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. MEDICAL FACILITY: committed to one in Richmond, VA. CAPTURED: by 12th Illinois Cavalry during the “raid in the rear of Lee’s Army” in May, 1863 & paroled. ABSENT WOUNDED: on 2 May 1864 with a gunshot wound of the righ arm & returned to duty on 10 Nov 1864. CAPTURED: at Petersburg, VA on 3 Apr 1865. IMPRISONED: at Hart’s Island, New York Harbor until release on 17 June 1865, after he took the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

LANCASTER, BENJAMIN H., Private. PAROLED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865.

LANCASTER, ROBERT R., Sergeant. DIED: at medical facility in Wilson, NC on 22 Jan 1863 of “febris typhoides” at age 28.

LANCASTER, WILLIAM E., Private. CAPTURED: at Sharpsburg, MD on 17 Sept 1862. IMPRISONED: at Ft. Delaware, DE. EXCHANGED: to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA on 2 Oct 1862. DIED: on 15 Jan 1863. PLACE AND CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

LANGLEY, VAN B. W., Private. DIED: at Camp Pickens, near Manassas, VA on 4-5 Nov 1861 of “febris typhoides” or “pneumonia” at age 23.

LEE, THOMAS G., Private. TRANSFERRED TO 4th North Carolina Infantry, Company E on 1 Nov 1862. NO FURTHER RECORD.

LEWIS, WILLIAM H., Private. DETAILED: a wardmaster for most of the war. PAROLED: 24 April 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

LEWIS, WILLIAM T., Corporal. KILLED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862 at age 26.

McBRIDE, JOHN, Sergeant. APPOINTED: Acting Commissary Sergeant on 9 Apr 1861. PAROLED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

MARLOW, PHESANTON B., Private. WOUNDED: in the right arm at Sven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862. ABSENT ON HOSPITAL DUTY: retired to the Invalid Corps, detailed to light duty at Richmond, VA as a hospital guard in Feb 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD

MARLOW, WILLIAM D., Private. KILLED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862 at age 20.

MARSHBOURN, SAMUEL D., Private. REPORTED ABSENT ON DUTY: as a Pioneer from 17 June 1862 through Aug 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

MARSHBOURNE, JAMES H., Sergeant. CAPTURED: at Fredericksburg, VA on 3 May 1863. IMPRISONED: Washington, DC until transferred to City Point, VA on 10 May 1863. WOUNDED: at Snicker’s Gap, VA on 18 July 1864. CAPTURED: at Burkesville, VA. IMPRISONED: at Newport News, VA untll released on 30 June 1865, after taking the Oath of Alleginance to the United States of America.

MEEKS, WILLIAM L., Private. WOUNDED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862. DIED: of wounds. PLACE AND DATE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

MINOR, JOHN H., Private. KILLED: at Seven Pines, VA on 3 May 1862 at age 22.

MINSHEW, JOHN H., Private. RICHMOND MEDICAL FACILITY: admitted on 21 Feb 1863 with “pneumonia.” DIED: 1 April 1863. PLACE AND CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

MIXON, LANGLEY, Private. WOUNDED: in the left thigh and captured at Fredericksburg, VA, 3 May 1863. WASHINGTON, DC MEDICAL FACILITY: admitted, date not reported. TRANSFERRED: to Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC on 16 June 1863. EXCHANGED: City Point, VA. TRANSFERRED: to the Confederate States Nav on 5 Apr 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

MOYE, LEMUEL H., Private. DIED: at Gordonsville, VA in a Confederate Medical Facility on 2 Dec 1862 of “pneumonia’ at age of 34.

NOLLY, WILLIAM B., Private. KILLED: at Gettysburg, PA on 1 July 1863 at age 20.

OETTINGER, LEOPOLD, Private. KILLED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862 at age 22.

PAGE, J., Private. PAROLED: at Goldsboro in 1865. EXACT DATE OF PAROLE NOT REPORTED.

PATTON, HENRY D., Musician. TRANSFERRED: to Confederate States Navy on 2 Oct 1863. NO FURTHER RECORD.

PENDER, CADMUS C., Private. DIED: at Camp Pickens, near Manassas, VA on 22 Feb 1862. CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

PITTMAN, KINCHEN, Private. CAPTURED: reported by not substantiated by reports. DIED: prior to 21 Feb 1865 at age 26. PLACE, DATE AND CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

PRIDGEN, HUGH F., Private. KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863 at age 23.

RENTROW, DAVID, Private. KILLED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862 at age 23.

RHODES, BENNETT B., Private. WOUNDED: in the right leg at Fredericksburg, VA on on 13 Dec 1862. REPORTED ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE: on 11 March 1865. NO FURTHER REPORT.

ROBERSON, ANDREW J., Private. KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863 at age 36.

ROSS, DAVID V., Private. WOUNDED: at South Mountain, MD pm 14 Sept 1862. DIED: of his wounds. PLACE AND DATE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

ROWE, JOSEPH W., Private. MISSING and KILLED: at South Mountain, MD on 14 Sept 1862 at age 37. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

SASSER, SUGARS A., Private. PAROLED: at Appomattox Court House, 9 Apr 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD

SCOTT, SETH H., Private. RICHMOND MEDICAL FACILITY: admitted to 2 June 1862 with a wound of the right thigh. MISSING and KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

SHARPE, ABRAHAM M., Private. WOUNDED: at Seven Pines, Va on 31 May 1862. DIED: at Wilson Medical Facility of wounds. DATE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

SMITH, HENRY, Private. PRESENT AND ACCOUNTED FOR: through Dec 1863. NO FURTHER RECORD.

SNOW, JAMES, Private. PREVIOUS SERVICE: 37th NC Infantry, Company G. TRANSFERRED: on 28 Mar 1864 to this company. PRESENT and ACCOUNTED FOR: through 25 Dec 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

STEWARD, ZEBULON M. P., Private. WOUNDED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862. DETAILED: as a Provost Guard at Raleigh, NC on 4-5 Feb 1864. LAST REPORTED: through 25 Dec 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

STOKES, BRYANT, Private. CAPTURED: at Wincester, VA on 19 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD until exchanged at Cox’s Landing, James River, VA on 14 – 15 Feb 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

TAYLOR, BURRELL, Private. DIED: at Manassas, VA on 14-15 Jan 1862 at age 21. CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

TAYLOR, JOEL, Private. WOUNDED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862. CAPTURED: at Winchester, VA on 19 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD until exchanged to Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA on 18 Mar 1865.

THOMAS, ALFRED, Private. DIED OF WOUNDS: on 28 June 1862 at age 27. PLACE WOUNDS & PLACE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

TODD, WILLIAM T., Private. KILLED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862 at age 22.

VALENTINE, JOHN G., Private. CAPTURED: at Fisher’s Hill, VA on 22 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD until exchanged to Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA on 19 Mar 1865.

VICK, DAVID, Private. WOUNDED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862. REPORTED ABSENT & WOUNDED: through Dec 1862. DIED: in a Medical Facility at Wilson, NC on 1 Feb 1863 of “febris typhoides.” at age 22.

VICK, ROBERT, Private. WOUNDED: in left foot & captured at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. WASHINGTON, DC MEDICAL FACILITY: admitted and treated until transferred to Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC on 25 June 1863. EXCHANGED: at City Point, VA on 30 June 1863. ABSENT & WOUNDED: Oct – Nov 1863. REPORTED FOR DUTY: as a nurse at Wilson, NC Medical Facility. DETAILED: to Goldsboro, NC Medical Facility through Aug 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.

WASTON, APPLEWHITE, Musician. PAROLED: at Appomattox Court House on 9 Apr 1865. NO FURTHER RECORD.

WATSON, GASTON, Private. WOUNDED: at Seven Pines, VA on 31 May 1862. ABSENT & WOUNDED: until assigned the medical facility at Wilson, NC on 10 Apr 1863. REPORTED AS ABSENT FROM DUTY: as a nurse or cook in medical facility in Wilson, NC through Dec 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD

WATSON, JESSE, Private. RICHMOND MEDICIAL FACILITY: admitted in July 1862 with “anasarca of lower extremities”. TRANSFERRED: to Lynchburg, VA on 24 July 1862. DIED: prior to 1 Jan 1863 at age 23. PLACE, DATE AND CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

WATSON, JOHN H. Corporal. DIED OF WOUNDS: ON 19 July 1864. PLACE & DATE OF WOUNDS AS WELL AS PLACE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

WELLS, JOEL T., Private. TRANSFERRED: to 19th NC Cavalry, Company E on 4 April 1863.

WHORTON, F. T., Private. CAPTURED: at Winchester, VA on 19 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: Ft. Lookout Prison, MD. NO FURTHER RECORDS.

WILKINSON, JAMES W., Private. KILLED: at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863 at age 26.

WILLIAMS, MALICHI M., Private. DISCHARGED: from service on either 13 Feb 1862 or 3 Apr 1862. REASON FOR DISCHARGE NOT REPORTED.

WILLIAMS, THOMAS, Private. DIED: in medical facility at Richmond, VA on 19 Jan 1862. CAUSE OF DEATH NOT REPORTED.

WILLIFORD, BENJAMIN F., Private. PRESENT & ACCOUNTED FOR: through Dec 1862. NO FURTHER RECORD.

WINBORN, JAMES M., Private. DETAILED: a teamster for most of the war. PAROLED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865.

WINSTEAD, GEORGE W., Private. ENLISTED: in Wilson County at age 19 2 AUG 1863. NO FURTHER RECORD.

WINSTEAD, JAMES G., Private. WOUNDED: in the left wrist at Spotsylvania Court House, VA on 12 May 1864. CAPTURED: at Sutherland Station, VA on 7 Apr 1865. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD until 21 June 1865 release after taking the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.

WINSTEAD, WILLIAMS E., 1st Sergeant. WOUNDED: in the right leg at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. CAPTURED: at Winchester, VA on 19 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: at Point Lookout Prison, MD exchanged at Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA on 15 Mar 1865.

WOODARD, JOHN B., Private. WOUNDED: in the left hip & captured at Chancellorsville, VA on 3 May 1863. MEDICAL TREATMENT: in Washington, DC on 25 June 1863. TRANSFERRED: to Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC on 25 June 1863. WOUNDED: in the shoulder at Spotsylvania Court House, VA on 12 May 1864. PAROLED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865.

WOOTTEN, WILLIAM P., Sergeant. CAPTURED: at Winchester, VA on 19 Sept 1864. IMPRISONED: Point Lookout Prison, MD until exchanged to Venus Point, Savannah River, GA on 15 Nov 1864. PAROLED WOUNDED: at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 Apr 1865. PLACE AND DATE OF WOUND: not reported.

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