BARNES, Bryant B. +

Bryant B. BARNES, Private. ENLISTED: resided in Nash where he enlisted at age 22 on 10 September 1861. DIED: Wilson County, NC, there was a Confederate hospital in Wilson, Wilson County, NC on or about 28 Oct 1861 of “typhoid fever” and/or “pneumonia” at age 22.

Bryant B. Barnes served in the 30th North Carolina Infantry, Company I formed in Nash and overwhelmingly consisted of men from Nash County.

Caswell Hines BARNES, Private. 47th North Carolina Infanry, Company A.

BORN: Nash. RESIDED: Wilson as a shoemaker ENLISTED: on 29 Apr 62 at age 40. SUBSTITUTE: for John Barnes, Jr. of Wilson County. WOUNDED: in both legs in The Wilderness on 5 May 1864. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA on 14 – 15 Sept 1864. RETIRED: because of wounds and assigned to the Invalid Corps on 15 Dec 1864.

John T. BARNES, Corporal. Same regiment and Company.

BORN: Wayne (since in 1855 Wilson was created, in part, out of Wayne, the farm on which he was born could be the same in both counties]. RESIDED: Wilson. ENLISTED: in Wilson County on 29 April 1862 at age 31. SICK: June, 1862. WOUNDED: in right arm at Washington, NC on 6 Sept 1862. DISCHARGED: because of wounds on 13 Sept 1863.


Larry BARNES, Larry. Private. Same regiment and company.

ENLISTED: in April 1862 at age 24. BORN: Wayne. RESIDED: Wilson. ABSENT: June 1862. HOSPITALIZED: on 5 – 6 June 1862. KILLED: at Gettysburg, PA on 1 July 1863.


Stephen BARNES, Private. same regiment and company.

ENLISTED: 5 May 1862; HOSPITALIZED: Petersburg, VA on 21 Dec 1862. With intermittent fever. HOSPITALIZED: at Richmond, VA on 5 June 1863. WOUNDED: in leg at Globe Tavern, VA on 18 Aug 1864. ABSENT WOUNDED: through Oct 1864. NO FURTHER RECORD.


John T. BARDEN, Private. Same Regiment and Company.

ENLISTED: on 5 May 1862. DIED: in Raleigh Hospital on 20 June 1862 of “measles & typhoid fever” at age 21.


Simon B. BARDEN, Private. 47th North Carolina Infantry, Company A.

ENLISTED: on 5 May 1862; DIED: 15 June 1862 at home in Wilson County of disease at age 18. SPECIFIC DISEASE CAUSING HIS DEATH IS NOT REPORTED.

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