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Company G, 49th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Kings Mountain Tigers"

This unit was raised and enlisted of troops in Cleveland County. The company, formed 18 March 1862, functioned as part of the regiment, , for the entirety of the war. General Robert Ransom served as the Commander of the 49th. 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:

ROBERTS, Rufus, Captain

DIXON, Columbus H, Captain

FALLS, Alfred V, 2nd Lieutenant

FULTON, James P, 2nd Lieutenant

HERRINGTON, L A, 2nd Lieutenant

WEAVER, S J, 2nd Lieutenant

DIXON, Benjamin F, 2nd Lieutenant

 

NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS:

COVINGTON, J T, 1st Sergeant Contact another researcher...

FULTON, Horatio D, 2nd Sergeant. G-G-G-Grandson, J Jeff Clemmer, tells us Horatio Dekalb Fulton was wounded in the leg at Petersburg. Sergeant Fulton was discharged after his leg was amputated.

GOFORTH, Isaac W, 3rd Sergeant, killed 17 September 1862 at Sharpsburg

BRIDGES, John L, 4th Sergeant

FALLS, James F, 5th Sergeant

DAVIS, J B, 2nd Corporal, wounded at Sharpsburg, died 2 May 1863 at Goldsburg

WEIR, J W, 3rd Corporal

HORAN, G P, 4th Corporal

WARE, M L, Corporal

 

PRIVATES:

ADAMS, N H

ALLEN, M L, killed at Sharpsburg

ALLEN, M S

ALLEN, David H Contact another researcher...

ALLEN, John E Contact another researcher...

ALLEN, Larkin Contact another researcher...

ALLEN, W S

ARNOLD, L D

BARBER, W G

BARRETT, P

BEASON, A

BIRD, W B, killed at Drury's Bluff

BLACK, S A

BONNER, H A

CAMP, L A

CARPENTER, W A J

COBB, J H

COBB, R J

COBB, W W, wounded at Sharpsburg

COLLINS, J S

COLLINS, M S, died 27 June 1862 at Petersburg

COSTNER, A W

CRAWFORD, Robert

CULP, L A

DAVIS, D D

DELLINGER, J D, wounded at Fredericksburg

DILLINGHAM, A G, died 18 June 1862 at Raleigh

DIXON, James

DIXON, William

DIXON, W W

EARLE, Beattie G, died 15 June 1862 at Raleigh

EARLES, Isaach H

EARLES, John

EARLS, L G

EARLS, L N

ETTERS, Henry, wounded at Petersburg

FALLS, F M

FALLS, J H

FALLS, J C

FORTENBURG, W

FRANCIS, T A

GAMBLE, W F

GARDNER, Bob

GARDNER, J L, died 1 July 1862 at Raleigh

GARNER, D

GIBBONS, A J

GIBBONS, J H

GILL, G R, killed at Petersburg

GLADDEN, H J, died 6 June 1862 at Richmond

GLADDEN, R C

GOFORTH, A J

GOFORTH, G W, was promoted to position of Musician & Corporal

GOFORTH, H P

GOFORTH, J W

GOFORTH, S

GOFORTH, W C, died 25 November 1862 at Richmond of wounds received at Sharpsburg

GOFORTH, W L

GRAHAM, W C

HANCE, T W

HARDIN, R H, died 6 March 1863 at Wilmington

HARDIN, T C

HARMON, A N

HARMON, J H

HARMON, J J

HARMON, S

HARMON, W H

HARMON, W W

HARRIS, R W

HAYES, James J

HAYES, Jonathan

HAYS, J J

HAYS, William D, died 21 February 1863 of wounds received at Sharpsburg

HOPPER, C C

HOWELL, F

HOWELL, John

HOWELL, S

HOWELL, Starlin H, wounded at Malvern Hill

HOWELL, Thomas, wounded at Sharpsburg

HOWSER, D R

HUFFSTETLER, Conner

HUFFSTUCKER, A C

KANIPE, John, killed at Petersburg

LACKEY, J A, died of wounds received at Malvern Hill

LEWIS, T, wounded at Sharpsburg

LONG, Richard J, died 20 November 1864 at Weldon

LONG, R J

LOVE, R I, died at Weldon

LOWRY, William

LYNN, S

MAYFIELD, Mack

MAYHUE, David

MCAFEE, A A

MCDANIEL, David, died 23 February 1864

MCGILL, A A, from Gaston County

MCGILL, T J, wounded at Sharpsburg

MCGILL, W O

MCSWAIN, S O

MITCHUM, R J

MORROW, W D

MULLINAX, J W

NANCE, V

NEAL, J C, wounded at Drury's Bluff

NEAL, J W

NOGGLE, S, wounded at Sharpsburg

OATES, Stanhope

OWENSBY, F M

PATTERSON, D C

PATTERSON, M M, killed at Petersburg

PATTERSON, P D

PATTERSON, S C, killed at Petersburg

PATTERSON, W W, died 31 December 1862

PORTER, Joseph M, died in 1862

PORTER, P H, died 8 September 1862

PRICE, E A

PUTNAM, A C

PUTNAM, D C

PUTNAM, H H

PUTNAM, J B, died at Richmond

PUTHAM, John H, killed 12 December 1862 at Fredericksburg

PUTNAM, L D

PUTNAM, M M

PUTNAM, Perry G

PUTNAM, Simeon

PUTNAM, W H

PUTNAM, W R

RHEA, J C

REID, Martin

RIDDLE, J L, wounded at Sharpsburg

ROBERTS, J E

ROBERTS, W R

RUNYAN, J P

SANDERS, D C

SARVIS, E A

SHEPPARD, William R, wounded

SHEILDS, Alexander

SPARKS, A C, died 26 December 1862 imprisoned

SPARROW, William

SPURLING, Jerry

STARNES, R P

WARE, J A

WARE, M S

WARE, R A

WATERS, John M

WATERS, W Pink, killed 17 September 1862 at Sharpsburg

WATERSON, John

WATERSON, R H, wounded at Malvern Hill

WATERSON, R N

WEAVER, S J

WEIR, J C

WEIR, J F

WEIR, J G, wounded at Sharpsburg

WEIR, M L

WEIR, W O, died 7 August 1862 at Petersburg

WHITE, H P

WHITSTINE, W F, died 7 August 1862 at Petersburg

WILLIAMS, B B, died

WINTERS, J A

WRAY, W A


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