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Company I, 34th Regiment of NC Troops
"The Rutherford Band"

This unit was raised and enlisted in Rutherford County on 6 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 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:

SIMMONS, James O, Captain

MCDOWELL, John L, Captain

WOOD, James, Captain, wounded 2 July1863 at Gettysburg

MCKINNEY, William A, 2nd Lieutenant

SIMMONS, Asbury, 2nd Lieutenant

PHILLIPS, Thomas P, 2nd Lieutenant

HUNTLEY, George Jobe, 2nd Lieutenant, wounded 27 June 1862 at Gaines Mill, killed 3 July 1863 at Gettysburg Contact another researcher...

 

NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS:

WATKINS, Jonas B, 1st Sergeant, died 7 July 1862 at Richmond

ROBBINS, Elisha, Seargeant, wounded at Chancellorsville

SMITH, Joseph C, 2nd Sergeant

HINSDALE, Charles C, 3rd Sergeant, wounded at Chancellorsville

FOWLER, Leonard, 4th Sergeant, wounded at Manassas and Gettysburg

SUTTLE, George M, 1st Corporal

FOWLER, Daniel W, 2nd Corporal

ROBBINS, Jackson, Corporal, killed at Gettysburg

SIMMONS, Elisha L, 4th Corporal, died 17 August 1862 at Richmond

PRIVATES:

BAREFIELD, William, wounded at Manassas

BLANTON, William

BOWERS, William, from South Carolina

BRIDGES, Aaron

BROOKS, James T

BURGESS, William

CARGEL, Sansbury, killed 26 June 1862 at Ellysons Mill

CHANCY, E A, from Montgomery County

CLAYTON, J L, from Granville County, wounded at Chancellorsville

COLBERT, Lewis,died 25 January 1862

CRAWFORD, John H, wounded at Shepherdstown

DECK, Joseph L

DYER, John W, died 10 December 1861 Compare notes with another researcher...

FISHER, William, from Lincoln County

FLINN, M W, wounded at the 2nd Battle of Manassas

GOODE, George, died 30 March 1862

GOODE, John W

GOODE, William R, died 30 march 1862

GRIFFIN, James T, wounded at Gettysburg

HANSELL, John P, from Gaston County

HARRIS, Burell B, joined 1 April 1864, surrendered at Appomatox. A fellow researcher...

HARRIS, Nimrod

HARRIS, William C

HAWKINS, G M, from Cleveland County

HAWKINS, J B, from Cleveland County

HAYES, Thomas

HENDERSON, James

HENSON, J P

HENSON, P J, wounded at Gettysburg

HESTER, Jamaes M

HESTER, Jason, died 20 March 1863

HESTER, John

HONEYCUTT, Dillard

HONEYCUTT, Marion, killed 3 May 1863 at Chancellorsville

HOPPER, John A M

HUGHES, Talliferro, died 1 April 1862

HUNTLEY, G J, wounded near Richmond, VA, killed at Gettysburg

JENKINS, Eli

JENKINS, Henry, wounded at Gettysburg

JENKINS, John

JOLLY, James, from Cabarrus County

JONES, William L, wounded 30 June 1862

KENNEDY, J C, killed 26 June 1862 at Mechanicsville

KENNEDY, John

KENNEDY, Joseph, wounded at Gettysburg

KENNEDY, Thomas

KIMBRELL, James N F, died 15 February 1862 at Goldsboro

KIMBRELL, Michael A, wounded 30 June 1862

KIMBRELL, Thomas

KING, Wilkie J, died 27 March 1862

LANCASTER, D D

LINEBERGER, John F, from Gaston County,wounded at Chancellorsville

MARTIN, James

MARTIN, William

MAYES, Orson

MCDOWELL, J L, from Rutherford County

MCFALLS, T C

MINTZ, John C, wounded at Chancellorsville

MINTZ, Thomas J, wounded at Chancellorsville and near Richmond

MOISEN, J R

MORROW, E G

MORROW, George W

MORROW, James R, wounded at Ox Hill, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg

MURDE, Martin

NEAL, John B, died 25 February 1862

PADGETT, Marcus

PHILLIPS, Hilman

PHILLIPS, Lawson Contact another researcher...

RAINES, Stephen

RUPPE, Samuel, from Cleveland County, wounded at Chancellorsville

SHEHAN, James F, wounded at Ox Hill

SIMMONS, M W

SMITH, Dillard, died 30 June 1863

SMITH, John C, died 25 November 1862

SMITH, William R

SPLAWN, James T

STEADMAN, James, wounded at Richmond and Gettysburg

STEADMAN, Perry

STRICKLAND, Marion, wounded at Sharpsburg

SUTTLE, Phillip, died 5 June 1863

SUTTON, William, wounded at the 2nd Battle of Manassas

TATE, Gamewell

TATE, H J

TOLER, James, killed at Gettysburg

UPCHURCH, Daniel

WALKER, Thomas, died 5 October 1862

WATKINS, T E C

WEBB, Daniel

WHITT, William

WILSON, Joseph

WOOD, Marcus

WOOD, Thompson J, wounded at Chancellorsville and Getysburg

WYATT, James


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