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Civil War

Seventh West Virginia Calvary


Following are the men who were residents of Raleigh or at one 
time had been recruited in the county or had lived in the county.
Union Troops
Company H:

William H. Abbott
John Bradley
Joseph H. Burnside
Wesley M. Burnside
George Cantley
James Cantley
Ambrose Cox
Claiborne A. Curtis
Samuel Davis
Jehu Dickens
William Dickens
William S. Dunbar
Joel Edmonds
Dewitt C. Eskins
Eli Fipps
Charles Grass
Henry C. Grass
Stephen M. Hensley
Benjamin F. Harless
Alien Hodges
Jacob Jackson
Daniel Jarrell
kemuel Jarrell
John E. Kidd
John k Laverty
George Washington Maynor
James A, Maynor
William Maynor
Achilles McGinnis
Thomas McGinnis
Addison Milam
Henry Moles
James Moles
Madison Moles
Robert Moles
Henry R. Perry
korenzo D. Perry
Jacob Rutroff
Gilbert Scarbrough
John W. Scarbrough
Noah Scarbrough
Skelton Short
Andrew J. Stanley
Allen Stover
Charles Stover
Clarkson Stover
Daniel Stover
Francis Marion Stover 
Harrison Stover
Henry Stover
Hiram Stover
Jasper Stover
George Stover
Tollison Stover
William Stover
William Turner 
Granville Tyree
Jacob Webb
Elliott Wells
Andrew Jackson Williams 
John L. Workman 
Joseph H. Workman 
William F. Workman 
Austin Wriston
Floyd Wriston
Henry Wriston
Isaac Wriston
James Wriston
Patterson Wriston 
William A. Wriston

Company A:

Columbus Maynor
Isaac Scott
Mandaville Scott

Company B:

Andrew L Cook
Benjamin F. Harless

Company C:

Charles Massie

Company D:

James L Scott
Moses E. Scott
Oliver Scott

Company G:

French Pettry
James M. Pettry
John Pettry

Company I
Freeling H. Cook
George P. Cook
Leonidas Cook
John W. Morning
William C. Wills

Company K:
Andrew S. Burnside
Source: History of Raleigh County, by Jim Wood