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Company H, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Rough and Readys"

This unit was raised and enlisted in Cleveland County on 1 October 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 IX, 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:

HOEY, Samuel A, Captain

ROBERTS, John A, Captain

BLANTON, George, 1st Lieutenant

CAMP, Joseph A, 1st Lieutenant

WILSON, James F, 1st Lieutenant

MITTAG, W McK, 2nd Lieutenant

ALLEN, Clark, 1st Sergeant, died 9 September 1863 of wounds received at the 2nd Battle of Manassas

REVELS, Robert R, 2nd Sergeant

SARRATT, Tilman, Corporal Contact a fellow researcher...

SHEILDS, Alexander M, 3rd Sergeant

WESSON, William C, 4th Sergeant Contact another researcher...

WILKINS, Franklin H, 5th Sergeant

WESSON, James D, 1st Corporal, wounded at Richmond

ALLEN, David, 2nd Corporal

CAMP, Tyrrell, 3rd Corporal, wounded at Chancellorsville

ROBERTS, Luther, 4th Corporal, killed 27 June 1862

 

PRIVATES:

ADAMS, Harvey S

ADAMS, Martin, died in Winchester, VA

ALLEN, Champion

ALLEN, Laban

ALLEN, Perry

ALLEN, William, wounded 3 May 1863

ANTHONY, John

BARLOW, Patrick

BARRETT, H W

BLACK, E E

BRAY, Allison

BRIDGES, Abram, died 7 January 1862 in Raleigh

BRIDGES, David K

BRIDGES, Lawson H

BROADWAY, P F

BROWN, H H, from Gaston County, died 23 June 1863 at Richmond, VA

BROWN, John

BROWN, William B, from Lincoln County

CAMP, Abner, wounded near Richmond, VA

CAMP, Nathan

CAMP, William P, died 9 May 1863 of wounds received at Chancellorsville

CAMP, William T, wounded at the 2nd Battle of Mannassas

CHAPMAN, ROBERT

CHAMPION, A

COBB, J A

COBB, Rufus

COLLINS, John M

COSAND, William

DELLINGER, Jacob

DELLINGER, Michael, from Gaston County

DELLINGER, Samuel ,from Gaston County, wounded at Chancellorsville

DIGH, J P

EARLE, Martin Contact another researcher...

EARLE, Preston, died 4 January 1862 in Raleigh, NC

EARLE, William Contact another researcher...

FRANCIS, J P

GOLD, Parham, died 27 June 1862 Contact another researcher...

HALL, Jesse

HARMON, John Wilson Contact a fellow researcher...

HARRIS, Romulus G, died 29 March 1863 at Petersburg, VA

HEAVNER, Solomon

HOPPER, William V, died in hospital at Richmond, VA of typhoid

HOWELL, John, killed 26 June 1862

HOWELL, John T

HOWELL, William

HUFFSTETLER, D R

HUGHES, Timmons J

HULLENDER, D D

JUSTICE, B F

KELLY, D W

KENDRICK, John H

KENDRICK, William

KISER, Robert G

LACKEY, Columbus

LACKEY, Dixon

   LAWS, James G

LONG, N J

LONG, Robert L

LONG, William M

LONG, William, wounded 27 June 1863

LUCAS, Phillip, confined and died at Fort Delaware on or about 15 Sept 1864

MAHUGH, Max, killed 3 May 1863 at Chancellorsville

MARTIN, W Y M, died 7 July 1862 at Richmond, VA

MAUNEY, O V

MAY, Ed

MCGLAMERY, J

MCSWAIN, George

MCSWAIN, S O

MEDLIN, Miles W

MILLER, D W

MILLER, E A

MOORE, Ross

MOORE, William M, died 1 July 1863 at Gettysburg

MORRIS, L W, died 2 September 1862 at Richmond, VA

MORRIS, Richard T, wounded at Gettysburg

MOSS, Rufus

MOSS, W Van

NEAL, J M

NEWTON, E

OVERBY, James B

PARKER, Enoch

POOL, David M

PUTMAN, J L

PUTMAN, Leroy, killed 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill

PUTMAN, Perry G  Jr

PUTMAN, Perry G Sr

PUTMAN, Rufus K

PUTMAN, W H, killed 30 June 1863 at Fraziers Farm

PUTNAM, D A

REID, Robert

REID, W R, died July 1862

REVEL, Robert H

REVEL, E H

REVEL, Henry B

ROBERTS, J W, wounded at Chancellorsville

ROBERTS, Martin, killed 3 May 1863 at Chancellorsville

ROBERTS, R Sidney, died 20 August 1862 at Richmond, VA

ROBERTS, Thomas H, died 28 July 1862 of wounds received at Fraziers Farm

ROBINSON, J N

RODGERS, William, died 13 July 1862 at Richmond, VA

SARVICE, S T

SCISM, James F, wounded at Richmond

SCISM, William

SELF, Moses, from Gaston County, died 9 May 1863 of wounds received at Chancellorsville Contact another researcher...

SHIELDS, Alexander M

SHIELDS, Joseph W, killed 3 May 1863 at Chancellorsvlle

SMITH, Robert

SPURLIN, Isaac

TURNER, Drury R

WARE, B H, killed 30 June 1862

WARE, Robert H

WARE, T A, wounded at Gettysburg

WARE, William E

WARREN, H M

WEAVER, Joseph W, wounded at Gettysburg

WEBSTER, Daniel D

WELLS, Francis M

WESSON, James D

WESSON, William C Ccontact another researcher...

WILKINS, Franklin H

WILKINS, William W

WILLIAMS, Govan

WILLIAMS, Hugh, died October 1862 in NC

WILLIAMS, John W Ccontact another researcher...

WORTMAN, J

WRIGHT, Noah J


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