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Company D, 14th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Cleveland Blues"

 

This unit was raised and enlisted in Cleveland County on 26 April 1861. The company functioned as part of the regiment for the entirety of the war and its exploits are reported as part of the regimental history. More detailed information on each of these soldiers can be found in North Carolina Troops 1861-1865 A Roster, Volume X, Infantry, compiled by Weymouth T Jordan, Jr with Unit Histories by Louis H Manarin. All genealogists owe a debt of gratitude to these gentlemen for their wonderful tribute to our ancestors.

 

OFFICERS:

DIXON, Edward, Captain Newspaper article, May 10, 1929

WEIR, William M, Captain

GAMBLE, John F, 1st Lieutenant

HARMON, David, 1st Lieutenant

ROURKE, Rufus R, 1st Lieutenant

WEIR, Alexander F, 1st Lieutenant

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS:

DIXON, William J, 2nd Sargeant, wounded 17 May 1864

BORDERS, James A, 3rd Sargeant, died 13 December 1861

LONG, Jacob F, 4th Sargeant

BELL, Tetman, 1st Corporal, died May 1862

BORDERS, William, 2nd Corporal

PATTERSON, Martin V, 3rd Corporal, died January 1863

PATTERSON,Thomas C, 4th Corporal

BLALOCK, Lawson C, Musician, died 16 July 1862

PATTERSON, Thomas V, Musician, died 22 July 1862

PRIVATES:

ALLEN, J T, died 19 January 1863

ANTHONY, John

BEAM, A, died 1 January 1863

BENNETT, Joseph

BENNETT, William

BLANCHARD, William, killed 1 July 1862

BOLICK, David, died 1 July 1862

BOOKOUT, David, died 8 July 1862

BORDERS, M

CATHERY, Franklin

CHANEY, J H

COBB, R C

COLLINS, Peter H, wounded at Gettysburg

CONNER, Jacob, died 25 September 1861

COSTNER, John C

CROW, John D, wounded at Chancellorsville

DEVINE, G N, died 10 September 1862

DILLINGHAM, John, died 5 July 1862

DIXON, A J, died 5 September 1862

DIXON, B F,

DIXON, John F

DIXON, W O

DOVER, Frederick, died May 1862

DOVER, J, wounded at Gettysburg

ELLIS, C H

ELLIS, R M, died 22 July 1862

ELLMORE, M, died July 1862

ELWOOD, William H

FALLS, G C, died of wounds at Malvern Hill

FALLS, J O, wounded at Gettysburg

FERGUSON, Simon, wounded at Sharpsburg

GAMBLE, Andrew Jackson Contact another researcher...

GARDNER, A F, wounded at Malvern Hill, died 8 August 1862

GILL, George R

GIVENS, Robert, died 25 July 1862

GLADDEN, L W, wounded 12 May 1864

GOFORTH, H W, wounded at Hagerstown

GOFORTH, John F

GORDON, Reuben B

GRIFFIN, C T , died 12 May 1864

HAHN, Absalum
Enlisted in Stanly County 10 September 1863. Died in hospital at Richmond, VA, 22 February 1864.

Per descendant, Private Hahn is buried in the Lutheran Union Cemetery in Cabarrus County. Contact a descendant...

HAMBRIGHT, C V, killed at Cold Harbor

HARMON, Augustus M

HARMON, A N, wounded 12 May 1864

HARMON, John J, wounded at Chancellorsville

HARMON, John L

HARMON, Preston, died September 1862 near Bowling Green, VA Contact a fellow researcher...

HARMON, Reuben L Contact another researcher...

HEAVENER, J R, died of wounds at Chancellorsville

HORTON, J, wounded at Malvern Hill

HOWELL, Drewry D, wounded 2 June 1864

HUGHES, John B, killed 1 July 1862 at Malvern Hill

KENDRICK, D D, died 12 July 1862

KENDRICK, J C, died 24 June 1862

KENDRICK, W

LACKEY, D

LAWSON, W S

LONG, W A, died of wounds at Chancellorsville

LOW, J

MANSFIELD, James, died July 1862

MICHAN, Hugh C

MILLS, John K

MOORE, Francis

MOSS, A G

MOSS, H S

PARKER, Humphrey, died August 1862 of wounds at Malvern Hill

PARKER, Joseph, died 19 June 1862

PATTERSON, A

PATTERSON, D

PATTERSON, Preston G, killed 1 July 1862 at Malvern Hill

PATTERSON, R B, died July 1862

PATTERSON, W P, died 5 July 1863

RANDALL, J A

RANDALL, J C, wounded at Sharpsburg

RANDALL, J P, died of wounds at Hagerstown

ROBERTS, Hugh Kerr. Private Roberts was captured at Third Winchester and survived Point Lookout Maryland POW camp.

He was released February 1865. Born September 22, 1821, he died August 22, 1899

and is buried in the Antioch Baptist Church cemetery in Cherokee County, SC. Contact a fellow researcher...

RHEA, William S, died 25 December 1862

SHEAHEN, J

SHEAHEN, John

SIMS, J

SKATER, George D, died 12 July 1862

SOTHERLAND, P

SPAKE, Perry G, died of wounds at Sharpsburg

SPARKS, T, died of wounds at Malvern Hill

STRICKLAND, John, died of wounds at Cold Harbor

STROUP, Alfred

WATERSON, Vardy M, wounded at Malvern Hill

WEIR, J F, died April 1862

WEIR, R J , died of wounds at Chancellorsville

WHITE, R E

WILSON, John S, died of wounds at Malvern Hill

WINTER, John W, died October 1862

WRIGHT, James

WRIGHT, John, killed 17 September 1862 at Sharpsburg

 


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