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Company F, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Floyd Rifles"

This unit was raised and enlisted in Rutherford County on 17 September 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.

(Updated 19 Sep 2009)

OFFICERS:

WATERS, Abraham G, Captain, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

HOYLE, Daniel R, Captain, wounded 28 June 1862 at Ellisons Mill

HOGUE, Jacob, 1st Lieutenant, wounded 3 July 1863 at Gettysburg

PEELER, David H, 2nd Lieutenant

SHUFORD, Pinkney H, 2nd Lieutenant

MCGINNIS, Nathan, 2nd Lieutenant Contact another researcher...

LATTIMORE, Thomas D, 2nd Lieutenant

 

NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS:

MILLER, Eli H, Sergeant, killed 1 September 1862 at Ox Hill

ELLIOTT, Virgil H, 2nd Sergeant, wounded at Gettysburg

LEE, John H, 4th Sergeant

HENDRICK, Bedford, 1st Corporal

CROWDER, Robert W, 2nd Corporal, wounded at the 1st Battle of Manassas, killed at the 2nd Battle of Manassas Contact another researcher...

SELF, Lemuel S, 3rd Corporal Contact another researcher...

BEAM, Peter V, 4th Corporal, killed 26 May 1862 at Ashland

 

PRIVATES:

AIKEN, Samuel, killed at Gaines Mill

BARRETT, James S, died of wounds received at Sharpsburg

BEAM, Johnson E, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

BLANTON, Jamaes M, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

BORDERS, Henry

BOTTS, John W, died 10 July 1862

BRYANT, James Andrew
Private Bryant was born10 February 1836 in York County, SC, and was killed 27 June 1862 in the battle at Gaines Mill.

He was the son of Lewis and Jennett Hemphill Bryant.

He married Sarah Elizabeth Weathers 1859 in Cleveland County, N.C. They had 2 Children before

he enlisted in the CSA. He is buried among the Confederate heroes in Hollywood Cemetery at Richmond,VA. Contact another researcher, see a photograph of Private Bryant...

BUMGARDNER, Amos, died 11 February 1862 at Goldsboro, NC.

CARROLL, Edward J

CARTER, Jesse J, killed 1 July 1863 at Gettysburg

CARPENTER, Mitchell

CARPENTER, Solomon, killed 26 June 1862 at Mechanicsville

CLAY, Henry E, died 17 August 1863 of wounds received at Gettysburg

CLAY, William S, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

CROTTS, Elijah, wounded at Ox Hill died 5 November 1862 at Winchester

CROTTS, William

CROW, John

CROWDER, William F Contact another researcher...

EAGER, John Jr, from Gaston County

EAGER, John Sr, from Gaston County

EARL, Jacob S

ELAM, George A, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

ELLIS, Benjamin F

ELLIS, Boliver C, died 27 September 1862 at Richmond

FALLS, George L

FELMET, Otho W, died of wounds received at Mechanicsville

FORTENBURY, Robert A,

FRONEBERGER, Jacob E, died 20 November 1862 at Danville, VA

GANTT, Abel H, died 29 June 1862 of wounds received at Gaines Mill

GANTT, Marcus A, died 10 May 1862 at Richmond

GANTT, William J

GAULT, John

GIBBONS, Cornelius C

GIBBONS, William J

GILL, Thomas S M, died 1 August 1862 in NC

GOINS, John C, county not listed

GOODSON, W M

HAMRICK, Albert, died 10 July 1862 in Richmond

HAMRICK,Elphus

HARDIN, Benjamin K, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

HARDIN, John H

HARDIN, William L, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

HENDRICK, James A

HENDRICK, John W, died 21 November 1862 of wounds received at Gaines Mill

HOYLE, Benjamin M, wounded at Gaines Mill

HOYLE, Henry, died 28 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

HOYLE, Martin S

HOYLE, Maxwell H

IRVIN, Abram C, wounded at Gaines Mill

KENDRICK, Larkin S, wounded at Fredericksburg

LATTIMORE, James H

LATTIMORE, Jesse R

LEE, Aaron B

LEE, Aaron O, died 8 April 1863 Contact a fellow researcher...

LEE, John J, died 26 November 1861 Contact a fellow researcher...

LEE, William C Contact a fellow researcher...

LONDON, Andrew J

LONDON, John J, died 25 December 1862 of wounds received at Fredericksburg

LONDON, John N

LUTZ, John W

MARTIN, Christopher G, died 8 May 1863 of wounds received at Chancellorsville Contact another researcher...

MARTIN, John J

MCNEELY, Alexander, county not listed

MCNEELY, Robert, county not listed

MCNEELY, William, county not listed

MODE, George W, died 18 March 1862 at Hamilton, NC

MOONEY, Isaac, wounded at Chancellorsville

MOSS, Henry S

NEWTON, John, wounded at Gettysburg

NEWTON, Solomon, wounded at Gaines Mill

NORMAN, Presley, wounded at Gaines Mill

NORMAN, William, died 10 May 1863 of wounds received at Chancellorsville

PATTERSON, William G

PEELER, Andrew

PEELER, David C, wounded 3 May 1863 at Chancellorsville

PEELER, Doctor D

PEELER, John H Contact another researcher...

PETTY, Jefferson G, killed 3 May 1863 at Chancellorsville

PETTY, Moses P, wounded at Ox Hill and again at Gettysburg

PHILBECK, Benjamin F, died 10 July 1862 of wounds received at Fraziers Farm

PLANT, John J

POWELL, Jackson A, died 1 August 1863

POWELL, H A
Died 2 Aug 1863, buried Cypress Hills National Cemetery, Jamaica, NY. Cypress Hills National Cemetery..

PRICE, Drury D, wounded at Mechanicsville

SELF, William, killed 4 March 1862 at Williamsburg

SELLERS, Jacob, killed at Gaines Mill

SHIELDS, Robert H, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

SHUFORD, Thomas S, killed 3 May 1863 at Chancellorsville

SPARROW, Cyrus P, wounded at Gaines Mill, died 8 August 1862

SPARROW, Thomas A

STROUP, Daniel M, died 5 July 1862 of wounds received at Gaines Mill

STROUP, Miles A

SWAFFORD, William, buried at Snowhill Methodist, Casar, NC. Private Swafford became a minister.

TAWNEY, Joseph, county not listed

TORRENCE, Thomas O, died 27 August 1862 at Richmond

TOWERY, Bartlett Contact another researcher...

TURNER, Drury

TURNER, John M, died 1864

TURNER, William A, wounded at Chancellorsville

TURNER, William W

VAUGHN, James A, died April 1863

Vaughn, William L
Died 17 June 1865, buried Cypress Hills National Cemetery, Jamaica, NY. Cypress Hills National Cemetery..

WARLICK, Pinkney H

WARREN, Emory E

WELLMAN, John F, died 2 February 1862 at Goldsboro

WHISNANT, Adam

WHITE, James J, died 13 February 1862 at Goldsboro

WHITE, John, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill Contact another researcher...

WHITE, William F, wounded at Chancellorsville

WILLIAMS, Doctor F, wounded at Chancellorsville

WILLIAMS, John M

WILLIAMS, Lawson M

WILLIAMS, William M

WILLIAMS, William W, wounded at Chancellorsville

WILLIS, Henry

WILLIS, Joseph G, wounded at Chancellorsville

WILLIS, Joseph M

WILSON, David A, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

WRIGHT, Berry, killed at Gaines Mill

WRIGHT, George

WRIGHT, Perry

WRIGHT, William H


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