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 - Confederate Burials at Mount Olivet Cemetery

at Frederick Maryland -

Located at 515 South Market Street, Frederick, MD 21701

A compilation of information from various sources about the Confederate soldiers buried there

- Site Under Construction -

At Mt. Olivet Cemetery there is a marker for a mass grave that has 408 unnamed Confederate soldiers in it. These men died during the battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864.

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Below are the soldiers who were named and who have individual graves. These soldiers died during or after various battles around this part of Maryland.

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- A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - W - Y  -


Name - Rank - Co. - Reg - Date of death -  Grave # - Additional Information

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Adams, Elihu Pvt B 3 Ark Inf 10/27/1862 147

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Albright, David Pvt A 7 La Inf 3/17/1863 193

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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana - (NARA)
David Albright enrolled, at age 23, for service for the duration of the war on June 7, 1861 as a Private at Camp Moore in Captain George Clark's Company (Continental Guards), 7th Louisiana Infantry*. On Sept/ Oct 1861 roll he is listed as absent sick at Culpeper, Virginia. On Jan/Feb 1863 muster roll it states he is wounded and missing at Sharpsburg, Md. He actually went missing September 17, 1862. On Mar/April 1863 roll it notes he died as a prisoner in U. S. of wounds (compound fracture of thigh) received at Sharpsburg, Md. He was a patient at U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland and that was where he died on March 17, 1863 (at age 26). He was buried on March 18, 1863 at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md.

Personal notes found in this record: He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was a carpenter by occupation. He was single. Another page in this record states he was a native of Fairfield County, Ohio.
* This company subsequently became Company "A" 7th Louisiana Infantry.

Albright, Geo. M. G. Capt F 53 NC Inf 7/16/1863 204

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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina - (NARA)
George M. G. Albright volunteered on March 5, 1862, at age 34, to join Company "F", 53rd North Carolina Infantry for 3 years or war. He has enlisted at Alamance County, North Carolina. He was appointed Captain on April 30, 1862. He served for a short while as a recruiting officer. He had been wounded at 3 pm on July 1, 1863 during the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. He was captured on July 5, 1863 near Boonsboro, Md. He died as a prisoner of war on July 16, 1863 at U.S.A General Hospital at Frederick, Md. He had been first admitted to the hospital on July 5, 1863. Cause of death listed as gun shot wound in right knee, which was amputated. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md on July 18, 1863. His widow, Jane E. Albright filed a claim May 21, 1864 for any monies owed her deceased husband.

Allen, Alexander Pvt H 17 VA Cav 7/16/1864 249
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia - (NARA)
Alexander Allen was mustered in as a Private into Captain Wilson W. Parson's Company, French's Battalion of Cavalry* on October 10, 1862 at Sissonville, Jackson County, Virginia. He enlisted for 3 years or war.
. He was wounded on July 9, 1864 at Monocacy, near Frederick, Md and captured on July 10, 1864. He had been wounded by gun shot in the left buttock which penetrated his pelvis without fracture. He died at U. S. A. General Hospital on July 16, 1864. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md on July 17, 1864.
Personal notes from this file: Residence before enlistment , Ripley, Virginia (now West Virginia). He was single. He was born in Virginia. At death he was 20 years old.
* This unit subsequently became Company "H" 17th Virginia Cavalry.

Allen, William Pvt G 8 VA Cav 5/11/1864 279

Anderson, Benjamin J.* Lt D 19 VA 10/20/1862 133

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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia - (NARA)

Benjamin D. Anderson's father Lewis Anderson, a resident of Nelson County, Virginia filed a claim on June 24, 1863 for any monies owed for his son's service. Benjamin was a Private in Company "D" 19th Virginia Infantry who originally enlisted for 1 year of service at Centreville, Virginia on March 2, 1862. This file notes he was admitted to General Hospital # 4 at Frederick, Md on September 18, 1862. File states he was wounded at Battle of Slaughter's Gap, Md. Sent to General Hospital at Washington on September 28, 1862. Died at Frederick, Md on 10/19/1862.
* His service record shows his middle initial to be "D". It also does not refer to any rank above Private for this soldier.

Virginia, Marriages
Name: Lewis Anderson Gender: Male
Spouse Name: Sophia Pettitt Spouse Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 1 Nov 1819
County: Albemarle State: Virginia

1850; Census Place: Nelson, Virginia; Roll: M432_963; Page: 260A; Image: 86.
Name Age

Lewis Anderson 60
Sophia Anderson 52
James Anderson 14
Benjamin Anderson 12

1860; Census Place: Nelson, Virginia; Roll: M653_1365; Page: 834; Image: 366
Name Age

Lewis Anderson 70
Sophia A Anderson 63
Jas C Anderson 25
Benjm G Anderson 22

1870; Census Place: Rockfish, Nelson, Virginia; Roll: M593_1665; Page: 452B; Image: 289
Name Age

Lewis Anderson 80
Sophia Anderson 70
James Anderson 35
Ella Anderson 30
Mary E Anderson 3

Anderson, James L. -- E 6 Ga Inf 10/16/1862 122

No record

Anderson, James P. Pvt F 9 La Inf 7/17/1864 251

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana - (NARA)

James P. Anderson enrolled and enlisted on July 7, 1861 at Camp Moore, Louisiana to serve 12 months, which on April 16, 1862 was extended upon re-enlistment for the duration of the war. He was mustered in as a Private in H.L.N. William's Company*, 9th Regiment Louisiana Infantry. He was 26 years old. He for a short time served on detached duty as a carpenter tending to the regimental wagons. He was captured on July 10, 1864 after the Battle of Monocacy, Md. He had been wounded by gunshot on July 9, 1864 which caused a fracture to his knee which resulted in his lower leg being amputated. He died July 17, 1864 at U. S. A. General Hospital at Frederick, Md. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md. on July 18, 1864.
Personal Information from this file: He was born in Alabama, he was a resident of Mansfield, Louisiana. He was single when he enlisted.
* This unit subsequently became Company "F", 9th Louisiana Infantry. Company "F" was nicknamed "The DeSoto Blues"

Anselen, Amos K. Pvt F 8 La Inf 11/19/1862 170
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana - (NARA)

Amos K. Anselen enrolled and enlisted on June 23rd 1861 at Camp Moore, Louisiana for one year of service. He was 21 years of age. He was mustered into Captain James C. Pratt's Company*, 8th Louisiana Infatry. He was present on all rolls until Sept/Oct 1862 roll which notes he was wounded in the leg at the Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg) Md, on September 17, 1862. He was taken prisoner. He died November 19, 1862 at U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Md. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md.
Personal Information from this file: Born Louisiana, was a stage driver by occupation, residence given as Bayou Chicot.
* This unit subsequently became Company "F" 8th Louisiana Infantry. It's nickname was "Opelousas Guards"

Ard, E.F. Pvt G 15 SC 2/25/1863 190

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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of South Carolina - (NARA)

E. F. Ard was a Private in Company "G" 15th South Carolina Infantry. He was captured on September 17, 1862 at South Mountain, Md. following the battle of Antietam. He was sent to U.S.A. General hospital at Frederick, Md. October 22, 1862 where he later died on February 25, 1863 of a compound fracture of his left thigh. He was buried February 27, 1863 at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Frederick, Md. Margaret Ard, his widow, filed a claim February 26, 1863 for any monies owed to Elias Frank Ard.
Personal information from this file: Residence prior to enlistment; Williamsburg, S.C.. He was married. He was 30 years old when he died.

- B -

Name Rank Co. Reg Date of death Grave #

Bachus, John W. Pvt A 12 Ga Lt Art 9/1/1864 290
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)
John W. Bacchus enlisted as a Private in Captain Hanvey's Company of the Battalion of Artillery* at Newman Georgia. He enlisted for 3 years or the duration of the war. He was captured at Frederick, Md on July 10, 1864. He died September 1, 1864, as a prisoner of war at U.S.A. General hospital at Frederick, Md, from complication of his wounds that he had received at Battle of Monocacy Maryland. His wound was described as Gun Shot fracture of right inferior maxilla and ball lodged in neck. The file notes he died of exhaustion 42 hours after a major surgery. File notes he was 24 years old when he died. He was buried September 2, 1864 at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md.
Personal information from his file: He was born in Georgia. His residence before enlistment was Palmetto, Georgia. He was married.
* This company subsequently became 2nd Company "A" 12th Battalion Georgia Artillery.

Baker, H.C. Pvt H 30 NC Inf 12/17/1862 184
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina - (NARA)
Henry C. Baker volunteered and enlisted April 26, 1862 for the duration of the war. He was 18 years old. He was mustered into Company "H" 30th Regiment North Carolina Infantry (State Troops). He was wounded in the right lower jaw at the battle of South Mountain on September 14, 1862. He died at U.S.A. General Hospital # 5 at Frederick, Maryland on December 17, 1862 at 2 p.m. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md. Daniel Baker, the soldier's father, filed a claim June 2, 1863 for any monies owed to his son.
Personal Information from this file: Born in and a resident (prior to enlistment) of Moore County, N.C.. He was single.

Bankston, Green B. Pvt D 6 Ga Inf 10/9/1862 99
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia _ (NARA)

Green Benjamin Bankston enlisted for the duration of the war on May 27, 1861 as a Private in Company "D" 6th regiment Georgia Infantry at Atlanta, Georgia. He is listed as sick at Seminary Hospital at Williamsburg, Virginia with debilitas on March 25,1862, is then sent to Chimborazo hospital at Richmond, Va. on April 5, 1862, His complaint is chronic diarrhea. He is returned to duty on April 24, 1862 and thereafter is present on all rolls until September 1862 when he is listed as missing since battle at Sharpsburg, Md. He was wounded in his left hip and captured at the battle of Sharpsburg, Md. He died at U.S.A. General Hospital # 5 at Frederick, Md on October 9, 1862. he was buried on October 10, 1862 at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md. His widow Hannah Bankston filed a claim on June 18, 1863 for any monies owed for her husband's service.

1850; Census Place: District 8, Butts, Georgia; Roll: M432_62; Page: 352B; Image: 270
Name Age

G B Bankston 30
Hannah Bankston 28
Amanda J Bankston 7
Sydney J Bankston 5
Walter S Bankston 1

1860; Census Place: Indian Spring, Butts, Georgia; Roll: M653_113; Page: 5; Image: 5
Name Age

Green B Bankston 40
Hannah Bankston 35
Jane Bankston 17
Sidney J Bankston 15
Walter S Bankston 12
Lucien L Bankston 1

Barker, J.M. Pvt D 22 SC Inf 9/22/1862 Area Q
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of South Carolina - (NARA)
James M. Barker enlisted January 10, 1862 as a Private in Company "D" 22nd South Caralina Infantry for 1 year of service. He died at U.S.A General Hospital # 4 at Frederick, Maryland on September 21, 1862 from wound to his leg that he had received at battle of Sharpsburg . His widow Sarah A. E. Barker filed a claim March 17, 1863 for any monies owed for her husband's service.

1860; Census Place: Regiment 2, Pickens, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1225; Page: 44; Image: 92
Name Age

James M Barker 26
Sarah A E Barker 20

Barkley, C.H. Pvt G 12 NC Inf 9/30/1862 69
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina - (NARA)
Charlton R. Barkley enlisted as a private on May 16, 1862 at Rapidan Virginia in Company "G" 12th North Carolina Infantry for 1 year of service. Muster roll notes he has been missing since September 14, 1862 at South Mountain, Md. He was captured at Antietam, Md on September 17, 1862. He had a gunshot wound. He died September 30, 1862 at U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Md. Cause of death given as Febris Typhoid. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md.
Personal information from this file: He is from Nash County, N.C.

Belcher, Wesley Pvt C 22 VA Cav 7/17/1864 253
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia (NARA)

Wesley Belcher enlisted as a Private in Captain Bowen's Regiment Mounted Rifleman* on September 1, 1863, for 3 years service, at Washington County, Virginia. He was wounded on July 9, 1864 at Battle of Monocacy, Md. He was captured July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Md. and was taken to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland with a gun shot wound to his liver. He died on July 17, 1864. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery on July 18, 1864.
Personal Information from this file: His residence prior to enlistment was Esterville, Virginia. He was single.
At time of death he was 21 years old.
* Also designated as 22nd Virginia Cavalry.

Bell, B.W. Pvt K 1 NC Inf 11/2/1862 159
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina - (NARA)

Bryant W. Bell was conscripted, at age 30, on July 15, 1862 at Raleigh, N.C. for the war. He was mustered into Company "K" 1st regiment North Carolina Infantry (State Troops). On Nov/Dec 1862 muster roll he is listed as sick at Halifax County, N.C.. He was captured September 17, 1862 at battle of Sharpsburg, Md. He is noted as having a gunshot wound. He died November 2, 1862 at U.S.A. General Hospital # 1. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Maryland.

Biggs, William F. Pvt K 2 Miss Inf 10/13/1862 118
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi - (NARA)  

William F. Biggs enrolled April 30, 1861 at Iuka, Mississippi. He enlisted, at the age of 30, as a Private in Captain John M. Stone's Company, 2nd Regiment Mississippi Volunteers* on May 1, 1861 at Tishomingo County, Mississippi. He was mustered in at Lynchburg, Virginia on May 10, 1861 for 1 year of service. He continued in service for 2 years because of the conscript act. Present on all rolls until May/June 1862 roll where it notes that he was wounded at Battle of Sharpsburg, Md on September 17, 1862 and left on field. Died of gun shot wound to his left thorax lung at General Hospital # 5 at Frederick, Md on October 13, 1862. He was buried on October 15, 1862 at My. Olivet Cemetery, Frederick, Maryland.
Personal information from this file: He was 31 at time of death. He was born in Hardin County, Tennessee. He had dark complexion, Blue eyes, dark hair. He was a farmer by occupation.
* This company subsequently became Company "K" 2nd Mississippi Infantry.

1860; Census Place: , Tishomingo, Mississippi; Roll: M653_593; Page: 409; Image: 417
Name Age

William F Biggs 29
Syntha Biggs 27
Sarah E Biggs 9
William H Biggs 8
Milley J Biggs 5
Margaret Biggs 3

Blanton, A. Pvt F 15 SC 10/1/1862 72
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina - (NARA)

Ambrose Blanton enlisted, at the age of 36, as a Private in Captain C. W. Boyd's Company, 15th South Carolina Volunteers* on August 29, 1861 for the duration of the war. Enlistment occurred at Union Court House, S.C..
On April to June 1862 muster roll it shows he is absent sick on furlough from June 26 for 14 days. He is reported as captured on September 17, 1862 at Antietam, Maryland. He died on October 1, 1862 at U.S.A. General Hospital #1 at Frederick, Maryland of his gunshot wound and Fibres Typhoid. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Maryland. A claim for assistance by Caroline Blanton, his widow, for Ambrose Blanton was made by her attorney on August 15, 1863.
*This unit subsequently became Company "F" 15th South Carolina Infantry.

Boatwright, G.W. Pvt E 12 Ga Lt Art 7/12/1864 243
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)

G. W. Boatwright enlisted May 1, 1862 as a Private in Captain Rudisill's Company* for 3 years or the duration of the war. Enlistment occurred at Sandersville, Georgia. Appointed 2nd Corporal January 19, 1863.On roll ending March 1, 1864 it notes he is "in arrest". He is listed as being sick on July 31, 1862, with febris, in C.S.A. post hospital at Dalton, Georgia. He was returned to duty on August 7, 1862. He was captured on July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Maryland. Died at U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland on July 12, 1864 of a gun shot wound received at Battle of Monocacy, Md on July 9, 1864. He was buried July 13, 1864 at Mount Olivet Cemetery.
* Captain Rudisell's company became 2nd Company "C", which later became 3rd Company "E" 12th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery.

Boger, Jacob Pvt A 20 NC Inf 11/4/1862 160
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)

Jacob Boger enlisted as a Private in Company "A" 20th North Carolina Infantry on March 19, 1862. He was 21 years old. He was taken prisoner at battle of Antietam. He died of Chronic Diarrhea on November 4, 1862. At General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland. His father, George Boger, filed a claim September 21, 1863 for any monies owed for his son's service.

1850; Census Place: Cabarrus, North Carolina; Roll: M432_622; Page: 429A; Image: 485
Name Age

George Boger 67
Elizabeth Boger 45
Jacob Boger 12
Sarah Boger 6

1860; Census Place: Subdivision East of NC RR, Cabarrus, North Carolina; Roll: M653_890; Page: 64; Image: 130
Name Age

Geo Boger 77
Jacob Boger 22
Sarah Boger 15

Boles, J. Francis Pvt K --NC Inf 11/16/1862 168
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)

John Francis Boles was mustered in at the age of 19 into Jesse W. Atwood's Company* (Confederate Guards) 48th North Carolina Infantry (State Troops) on April 16, 1862 for the duration of the war. He was a patient in U.S.A. General Hospital at Camp "A" at Frederick, Md. He had a gun shot wound in his chest. He died November 16, 1862. His sister Sarah E. Boles filed a claim February 2, 1863 for any monies owed for her brothers service.
Personal information from this file: He was born in Stokes, N.C., He was a mechanic by occupation. He was 5 ft 9 in tall.
* This unit subsequently became Company "K" 48th North Carolina Infantry.

Bonds, John Pvt B 20 NC Inf 11/26/1862 173
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)

John Bonds enrolled for duty on April 18, 1861 at Concord, N.C..He was mustered in on June 18, 1861 as a Private into Captain James B. Atwell's Company (Cabarrus Black Boys), 10th North Carolina Infantry Volunteers* at Fort Johnson N.C.. His enlistment was for 1 year of service. Service length later extended to 3 years. Name appears on a list of patients at C.S.A. General Military Hospital #4 at Wilmington N.C. on June 13, 1862. He was returned to duty on June 16, 1862. He had been admitted for Pasonychia (Skin infection of fingernails). Present on all other rolls until Nov/Dec 1862 which notes he has been missing since September 12, 1862. Died of Typhoid Fever as a prisoner of war on December 25**, 1862 at Frederick, Maryland.
Personal information from this file: Born Cabarrus County N.C., age 37 at enlistment,5 ft 10 in tall. A teacher by occupation.
* This unit subsequently (11/14/1861) became Company "B" 20th North Carolina Infantry (State Troops)
** Service records show death date as 11/25/1862, differs from cemetery record.


Bourne, W. J. Pvt F 12 Ga Lt Art 8/13/1864 282

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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia (NARA)

William J. Bourne, age 30, enlisted as a recruit on November 26, 1863 for 3 years or the war at Charleston, South Carolina. He was mustered in as a Private in Company "F" 12th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery. On Mar/Apr 1864 roll he is listed on extra duty in the City of Savannah, Georgia. He was admitted to U.S.A. General hospital at Frederick, Maryland on July 9, 1864 with a compund fracture of his right leg, caused by a gun shot wound, which had to be amputated. He died August 12, 1864 and was buried August 13, 1864 at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Maryland. Personal information from this file: He was married. He was born in Georgia. His residence prior to enlistment was Berzelia, Georgia.

Bowers, J. A. Pvt I 15 SC 10/10/1862 105
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of South Carolina (NARA)

J. A. Bowers, age 18, joined for duty and enrolled for the war on August 25, 1861 at Dutch Fork South Carolina.
He was mustered into J. H. Koons Company, 15th South Carolina Infantry*. Present on all rolls until Nov/Dec 1862 roll where it notes Corporal Bowers has been missing since the battle of Boonsboro, Maryland (Antietam) in September 1862. He died at Frederick, Maryland on October 10, 1862. Mary M. Bowers, the soldiers mother, filed a claim February 26, 1864 for any monies owed her son.
*This unit subsequently became Company "I" 15th South Carolina Infantry.

Bowles, G. R. Sgt F 42 VA 7/13/1863 203
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia - (NARA)

Gibson R. Bowles enlisted in Company "F" 42nd Virginia Infantry. He was captured at Boonsboro, Maryland on July 5, 1863. He attained the rank of Sergeant. He was admitted to General Hospital on July 6, 1863, He died of a gun shot wound at General Hospital at Frederick Maryland on July 13, 1863. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Maryland. on July 14, 1863.
Personal information from this file: He was single. Born in Henry County, Virginia.

Box, Joseph Pvt K 26 Ga Inf 10/14/1862 126
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia (NARA)

Joseph Box enlisted March 4, 1862 at Homerville Georgia for the duration of the war. He was mustered in as a Private in (new) Company "H" (Forest Rangers) 13th Regiment Georgia Infantry*. He was wounded at the battle of Sharpsburg, Md on September 17, 1862. He had a flesh wound on left leg and a fracture of right tibia. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 5 at Frederick, Md on October 4, 1862. His right thigh had to be amputated. He died October 14, 1862. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md. A claim for any monies owed for Joseph Box's service was filed by his widow, Hulda Box, on February 13, 1864.
* Later was designated Company "K" 26th Georgia Infantry

Boyd, Abraham Pvt C 38 Ga Inf 7/28/1863 208
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia (NARA)

Abraham Boyd enlisted October 1, 1861 as a Private in (Old) Company "A" Wright Legion (Ben Hill Artillery) Georgia Volunteers* for 3 years or war. He enlisted at Augusta Georgia. He later attained the rank of Corporal. He died July 28, 1862* at Frederick Maryland of wound in right arm he received in battle. He was buried July 29, at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Maryland.
*This unit subsequently became Company "C" 38th Georgia Volunteers.
Personal information from this file: He was 22 at enlistment, Blue eyes, black hair, Fair complexion, 5 ft 5 in tall. He was born in Burke County, Georgia. He was a farmer by occupation. Residence before enlistment is Emmanuel County, Georgia.

Brooks, John B. Pvt E 18 Ga Inf 10/12/1862 112
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia (NARA)

John B. Brooks enlisted June 20, 1861 at Camp McDonald as a Ptivate in Company "E" 18th Georgia Infantry for service of 3 years or war. His name appears on list of patients at Chimborazo Hospital at Richmond, Va.on July 11, 1862. He was listed as having typhoid fever. He was transferred to hospital at Lynchburg, Virginia on July 24, 1862. Muster roll states he has been missing since battle of September 17, 1862 (Antietam). He was admitted to U. S. A. General hospital # 5 at Frederick, Maryland with a gun shot wound to right hip. He died October 12, 1862 at Frederick, Maryland. He was buried at Mt, Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md. on October 13, 1862.

Brown, R. M. Pvt B 2 SC Inf* 11/7/1862 162  (*service record shows he was in Cavalry)

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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of South Carolina (NARA)

Richard M. Brown enlisted February 1, 1862 at Camp Hampton for 1 year of service. He was mustered in as a Private in Company "C" 2nd South Carolina Cavalry. An undated muster roll states he had been wounded on September 12, 1862. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital #1 at Frederick, Maryland and died there on November 7, 1862.

Bryant, Thomas Pvt B 14 NC Inf 10/19/1862 135
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)

Thomas Bryant enlisted at the age of 29 on April 27, 1861 at Thomasville, N.C. for 1 year of service. He was mustered as a Private in Company "B" 14th North Carolina Infantry. He was captured at battle of Antietam. He was sent to U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland with a gunshot wound. He died October 19, 1862 at Frederick Maryland of wounds received at the battle at Sharpsburg, Maryland. He was buried Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Maryland. This record states his place of birth was Davidson County N. C.

Budd, Joseph Pvt K SC Hampton Legn 9/28/1862 57

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Byrd, Daniel Pvt C 5 NC Inf 10/8/1862 94

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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)                                      Daniel B. Byrd enlisted July 15, 1862 at Raleigh, North Carolina for the war. He was mustered in as a Private in Company "C" 5th N.C. Infantry (State Troops). On the Jan/Feb 1863 roll it notes he deserted. Is shown on later rolls as missing since September 17, 1862. He died at Frederick, Maryland. Daniel Byrd's mother Elva Byrd filed a claim December 13, 1864 for any monies owed for her son's service.


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Name Rank Co. Reg Date of death Grave #

Cadles, W. H. Pvt D 12 Ga Lt Art 7/22/1864 260
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)

William H. Cadles enlisted for the war on April 28, 1863 as a Private in (2nd) Company "D" 12th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery at Savannah Georgia. On muster roll ending August 31, 1864 it states he had been wounded on July 9, 1864 at the battle of Monocacy, Maryland and taken prisoner on July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Maryland. His right arm had been amputated using the circular method on July 14, 1864 as a result of a gun shot wound that caused a compound fracture of the right humeris. He died of Jaundice, at age 19, on July 22, 1864 at U.S.A. General Hospital in the same city. He was buried on July 23, 1864 at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Maryland.  Personal information from this file: He was single. He was born in Georgia.

Castel, Barney Pvt D Ga (North) Vol. 9/23/1862 29
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Cavanaugh, J.P. Pvt F 17 SC 10/14/1862 119
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of South Carolina (NARA)

J. P. Cavanaugh (also written as Caveny) enlisted as a Private in Captain W. Blackburn Wilson's Company, 17th Regiment South Carolina Infantry*. Date of enlistment not noted. He had been captured on September 17, 1862 at the Battle of Antietam. He died of a gun shot wound at U. S. A. General Hospital #1 at Frederick, Maryland on October 14, 1862. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The soldier's father, R. C. Caveny filed a claim on February 17, 1863 for any monies owed for his son's service.                                        * This unit subsequently became Company "F" 17th Regiment South Carolina Infantry

Chisolm, Octavius Corp E 5 La Inf 8/2/1864 274
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana (NARA)

Octavius Chisolm enlisted, at age 19,as a Private on May 4, 1861 for the duration of the war at New Orleans, Louisiana, in Captain Charles Hobday's Company (Orleans Cadets), 5th Regiment Louisiana Volunteers*. Promoted to 3rd Corporal on May 1, 1863. He was in Seminary Hospital at Williamsburg, Virginia from January 15, to February 20, 1862. His name later appears on a roll from Chimborazo Hospital #2 at Richmond, Virginia dated May 2, 1862. He was admitted with diarrhea. He returned to duty on May 14, 1862. Present for all other muster rolls until Nov/Dec 1863 which states he has been missing since Battle of Rappahannock Station on November 7, 1863 having been captured. His name is on a list dated November 11, 1863, of prisoners at Point Lookout, Maryland. He was exchanged on March 10, 1864. He was wounded at Battle of Monocacy on July 9, 1864. He was again captured on July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Maryland. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital with a gun shot wound to his right radius. His right arm was amputated on July 13, 1864. He died August 2, 1864. He was buried on August 3, 1861 at Mount Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Maryland.
Personal information from this file: Born Charleston, South Carolina. A clerk by occupation. He was single.
*This unit subsequently became Company "E" 5th Louisiana Infantry

Churchill, C. Corp E 5 La Inf 9/23/1862 31
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Claig, Jno. F. Pvt D -- Va Cav 7/12/1864 247
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia (NARA)

John F. Claig enlisted as a Private on August 21, 1863 for 3 years service in Company "D" 16th Virginia Cavalry. Enlistment occurred at Culpeper, Virginia. He was wounded at Battle of Monocacy Maryland on July 9, 1864. He was captured at Frederick, Md on July 10, 1864. He died of gun shot wound to his lower abdomen on July 12, 1864 at U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Md. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in the same city on July 13, 1864.  Personal information from this file: Residence before enlisting was Fentonville, Virginia. He was single. He was born in Virginia.

Clark, C.W. Pvt H 13 Ga Inf 8/2/1864 273
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia (NARA)

C. W. Clark enlisted for war on July 8, 1861 in Company "H" 13th Georgia Infantry at Griffin Georgia. He was wounded during the Battle of Monocacy Maryland on July 9, 1864. His wound is stated as a gun shot wound that penetrated his left lung. He was captured the following day at Frederick, Maryland. He died at the age of 24 at U.S.A. General Hospital in the same city on August 1, 1864. He was buried at the nearby Mt. Olivet Cemetery on August 2, 1864.

Clay, Moses Sgt E 12 Ga Lt Art 7/10/1864 230
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Coleman, William D. Pvt D 21 VA Inf 7/26/1864 264
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia (NARA)

William D. Coleman enlisted as a Private on May 26, 1862 in Company "D" 21st Virginia Infantry for 3 years service. He enlisted at Cumberland Court House. On Nov/Dec 1862 roll it notes he is on sick furlough. On Jan/Feb 1863 roll it notes he is sick with general dropsy at C.S.A General Hospital at Farmville, Virginia. On July/Aug 1863 roll it states he is sick at home but reports to Farmville, Hospital. He is back with regiment on Sept/Oct 1863 roll. On Nov/Dec 1863 roll it states he is absent, detailed at Gordonsville by order of Board of Surgeons. He is back with regiment on Jan/Feb 1864 roll. He was wounded at Battle of Monocacy, Md on July 9, 1864. He was captured at Frederick, Md on July 10, 1864. He was admitted to hospital with a cranium fracture caused by gun shot. He died July 26, 1864. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Md. on July 27, 1864. Fanny R. Coleman, his widow, filed a claim January 17, 1865 for any monies owed for her husband's service.

Coleman, William J. Pvt G 60 Ga Inf 10/7/1862 90
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)

William J. Coleman enlisted as a Private in Company "G" 4th Battalion (Stiles) Georgia Infantry* for war on March 4, 1862. On first roll it notes he was sick in quarters. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 4 at Frederick, Maryland on October 4, 1862 with a fractured thigh. He died October 7, 1862 and was buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery in the same city.

* This unit subsequently became company "G" 60th Georgia Infantry.

Collins, A.D. Pvt H 17 SC 10/2/1862 78
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of South Carolina (NARA)

A. D. Collins enlisted December 9, 1861 as a Private in William T. Sanders' Company. 17th South Carolina Volunteers* for 1 year of service. He was captured at the Battle of Antietam, Maryland on September 17, 1862.. He has a gun shot wound. He died at U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland on October 2, 1862. He was buried at Mt. Olivet cemetery in the same city.                          * This unit subsequently became Company "H" 17th South Carolina Infantry.

Collins, Ziba J. Sgt K 61 Ga Inf 7/24/1864 263
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)

Ziba J. Collins enlisted as a Private in Captain Henry Tillman's Company* (B) on September 9, 1861 for the duration of the war. He transferred as Sergeant to Company "K", Captain E. F. Sharpe's Regiment on June 1, 1862. He was admitted to Lovingston Hospital at Winchester, Virginia on August 1862 and returned to duty on August 19, 1862. He is present on all muster rolls until July 1864. He was received a gun shot wound on July 9, 1864 in his right shoulder as well as in his thigh at Battle of Monocacy. He was captured on July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Maryland. He was taken to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland where he died on July 24, 1864. He was 28 years old. He was buried on July 25, 1864 at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in the same city.

* This subsequently became Company "D" 61st Georgia Infantry. For short times it was also Lamar's Company "B" 26th Georgia Infantry and Company "D" 7th Battalion Georgia Infantry.

Corbert, Manning Pvt G 50 Ga Inf 10/1/1862 73
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)

Manning Corbert enlisted as a Private in Company "G" 50th Georgia Infantry on May 5, 1862 for 3 years or war. He was reported as missing on September 17, 1862 near Boonsboro (Antietam), Maryland. He died of a gun shot wound and Febris Typhoid on October 1, 1862 at U.S.A. General Hospital #1 at Frederick, Maryland. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in the same city.

Corfre, J. 2 Lt I --NC 9/20/1864 27

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Cottingim, M. M. Pvt A 2 Miss Inf 11/18/1862 169
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi - (NARA)

M. M. Cottingim, at age 25, enlisted at Jacinto, Mississippi on March 1, 1862 as a Private in Company "A" 2nd Mississippi Infantry (Tishomingo Rifleman) for 3 years service. He was reported missing wounded and left on field after the Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland. His name appears on a list of soldiers at U.S.A. General Hospital, Camp "A" at Frederick, Maryland. File notes he had a gun shot wound to the right leg. The leg had to be amputated. He died November 18, 1862.

Personal Information from this file: Born in Tennessee, Overseer by occupation, He was single.

Cowan, George H. Pvt K 3 NC Inf 10/17/1862 146

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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)

George Hugh Cowan enlisted, at the age of 21, at Dogwood Grove in Buncombe County on June 1, 1861 as a Private in Company "K" 3rd North Carolina Infantry (State Troops) for the duration of the war. On muster roll ending October 31, 1862 it notes he was wounded at Battle of Sharpsburg, Md on September 17, 1862 and left on the field and assumed to be dead. He was admitted on October 3, 1862 with a gunshot wound to his left leg to General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland where he died on October 17, 1862. He was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in the same city. His father, Thomas H. Cowan filed a claim January 19, 1865 for any monies owed for his son's service.

Creamer, J.B. Pvt G 27 Ga Inf 10/17/1862 127
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)

John B. Creamer enlisted as a Private in Company "G" 27th Georgia Infantry. He is listed as being at Richmond Hospital on December 7, 1861. He is listed as being captured at Battle of Antietam, Md on September 17, 1862. He had received a gunshot wound. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland. He died there on October 17, 1862 and was buried at the nearby Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

Cross, George W. 2 Lt K 20 NC Inf 8/13/1864 283
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)

George W. Cross enlisted September 6, 1861, at age 16, as a Private in Company in Captain James B. Atwell's Company (Carabbus Black Boys) 10th North Carolina Infantry* for 12 months service. Which later was extended to 3 years service. On May/ Jun 1863 file states he is absent, having been wounded in his thigh at Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia on May 3, 1863.

He had also been wounded at Battle of Cold Harbor. He was promoted to 3rd Sergeant on December 3, 1863. On April to August 1864 roll it states he is Lieutenant of Company "K" 20th N. C. Infantry. He had been elected Lieutenant on March 15, 1864. He was wounded by a gun shot wound to the neck and taken prisoner on July 9, 1864 during Battle of Monocacy, Maryland. His wound caused a fracture of his cervical vertebrae. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 in Frederick, Maryland. He died there on August 13, 1864 and was buried the same day at the nearby Mt. Olivet Cemetery. His cause of death is noted as; "effusion of blood in spinal marrow, which caused paralysis and then death"

Personal Information from this file: He was a Farmer, He was born in Carabbus N.C., He was 5 ft 10 in tall. Residence prior to enlisting is Concord, N.C.

* This company subsequently became "B" 20th North Carolina Infantry.

Cumby, H. Pvt C 5 Ala Inf 9/28/1862 58
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama - (NARA)

Hezekiah Cumby enlisted on March 15, 1861 at Pineville, Alabama as a Private in (Old) Company "D" 5th Alabama Infantry* for 1 year of service. On muster roll ending June 30, 1861 it shows him absent sick at hospital at Richmond, Virginia. He is on all muster rolls until September 14, 1862 when it notes he was wounded at Battle of South Mountain, Maryland. He died September 28, 1862 at Frederick, Maryland. His mother, Martha C. Cumby filed a claim January 17, 1863 for any monies owed for her sons service. She was then living at Mecklenburg County, Virginia.
* This unit subsequently became (New) Company "C" 5th Alabama Infantry. 

Curry, Daniel Pvt -- 6 La Inf 7/16/1864 250
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana (NARA)

Daniel Curry (or Currie) enlisted, at age 30, as a private June 4, 1861 at Camp Moore**, Louisiana in Captain William A. Manning's Company (Violett Guards) 6th regiment Louisiana Infantry* for the duration of the war. On Mar/Apr 1863 roll it states he is absent on a detail at Jackson Hospital at Richmond, Virginia as a guard. He was also detailed to other hospitals near Richmond. He is next reported back with regiment on January 9, 1864. He was wounded at the Battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864. He was captured on July 10, 1864 and admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland. His left leg had to be amputated due to the gun shot wound fracturing both bones of that leg. He died on July 16, 1864 and was buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Frederick, Maryland.      Personal information from this file: He was born in Ireland, He was a resident of New Orleans, Louisiana. He was a laborer. He was single.

* This unit subsequently became Company "K" 6th regiment Louisiana Infantry

** see more on Camp Moore at http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/louisiana/cam.htm


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Name Rank Co. Reg Date of death Grave #

Dancy, W. Pvt G 18 NC Inf 8/24/1863 214
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)

William Dancey was conscripted on September 8, 1862 at Statesville, N. C. as a Private in Company "G" 18th North Carolina Infantry for the duration of the war. On muster roll ending October 31, 1862 it notes he was absent sick at Winchester, Hospital.He is absent sick on all rolls at various hospitals until July/Aug 1863 when it notes he has been missing since July 14, 1863 at Falling Waters. He was captured at Boonsboro or Williamsport, Maryland on July 5, 1863. His name is listed on a roll of prisoners of war at Seminary Hospital at Hagerstown, Maryland dated August 1863. He next is listed as having been taken to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland on August 14, 1863. He was admitted for typhoid Fever, from which he died, at age 22, on August 24, 1863. He was buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Maryland on August 25, 1863.       

Personal Information from this file: He was a resident of Wilkes County, N.C., He was single.

Daniel, G.N. Pvt E 19 Ga Inf 9/10/1862 4

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Davidson, R. Pvt C 4 TX Inf 2/3/1863 189
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas (NARA)

Riley Davidson enlisted on July 15, 1861 as a Private in William P. Townsend's Company Texas Volunteers* for the duration of the war. He enlisted at Robertson County Texas. He is present on all rolls until Sept/ Oct 1862 where it notes he is absent, he was wounded and left on the battlefield at Sharpsburg, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 4 on October 3, 1862. He was transferred on January 17, 1863 to U.S.A General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland where, at age 20, he died on February 3, 1863 of a compound fracture of his thigh. He was buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery in the same city on February 4, 1863.
Personal Information from this file: He was single, he was born in Alabama,
* This unit subsequently became Company "C" 4th Texas Infantry.

Davis, John C. Pvt B 5 Fla Inf 10/26/1862 145
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Florida (NARA)

John C. Davis enlisted on April 9, 1862 , at age 22, for 3 years service in Company "B" 5th Florida Infantry. An undated muster roll states he was reported missing or captured at Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland on September 17, 1862 and has not been heard from since. He died of a gun shot wound at U.S.A. General Hospital #1 at Frederick, Maryland on October 26, 1862. A claim was made December 21, 1863 by his mother, Sealy Davis, for any monies owed for her sons service.
Personal information from this file: Born in Appling County, Georgia, He was 5 ft 8 in tall. He had dark hair, eyes and complexion. He was a farmer by occupation.

Davis, Joseph A. Sgt. I 3 Ala Inf 9/23/1862 42
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama (NARA)

Joseph A. Davis enlisted April 27,1861 as a Private in Company "I" 3rd Alabama Infantry for 1 year of service. He was promoted by election to 2nd Sergeant on June 20, 1861. He is present on all rolls until October 1862 where it notes he had been wounded in the thigh on September 14, 1862 and was left on field. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 4 at Frederick, Maryland. He died September 23, 1862 at same location.

Davis, William A. Pvt A 12 Ga Lt Art 8/15/1864 285
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)

William A. Davis enlisted July 1, 1862 as a Private in Company "A" 12th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery for 3 years. Had 15 day furlough for sickness which started on 19, 1863. On Sept/Oct 1863 roll it notes he is absent on detached duty as a sub overseer at Fort Johnson, South Carolina since August 17, 1863. Back with regiment on Jan/Feb 1864 roll. He was wounded with a gun shot wound in both hips that penetrated his abdomen at Battle of Monocacy Maryland on July 9, 1864. He was captured on July 10, 1864, He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland where he died at age 35 on August 15, 1864. He was buried on the same day at Mount Olivet Cemetery in the same town.  Personal information from this file: Resided at Palmetto, Ga prior to enlistment, He was married.

Davis, William F. Pvt A 60 Ga Inf 7/10/1864 227
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)

William F. Davis enlisted September 16, 1861 as a Private in (New) Company "A" 60th Georgia Infantry Regiment* at Meriwether County, Georgia for 3 years service. Wounded on July 9, 1864. He was captured on July 10 1864 and died at U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland on the same day. He was buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery in the same city on July 11, 1864. 

* Formerly ( prior to April 11, 1864) Company "E" 2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry.

Denney, A.T. Pvt B 13 Ga Inf 10/13/1862 115
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)

Confederate records show A. F*. Denney enlisted as a Private in Company "B" 13th Georgia Infantry on July 8, 1861. His name appears on August 8, 1862 on a list of patients at Lovington Hospital at Winchester, Virginia.His ailment is noted as being debilitas. He returned to duty on August 11, 1862. On muster roll ending December 8, 1861 it states he is absent sick at Blue Sulphur Springs. The records show he was captured on September 17, 1862 at Battle of Antietam, Maryland where he was wounded. He was paroled by Provost Marshall on October 3, 1862. He died October 13, 1862 at U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland. He was buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery in the same city.
Personal information from this file: He was born in Pike County, Georgia.
* Middle initial differs from cemetery records

Dilworth, Isaac K. Sgt G 17 VA Cav 7/18/1864 257
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia (NARA)

James K. P. Dilworth* enlisted March 1, 1864 as a Private in Company "G" 17th Virginia Cavalry for the duration of the war. He was mortally wounded on July 9, 1864 at the battle of Monocacy, Maryland. He had a gun shot wound to his lung. He was captured on July 10, 1864 and taken to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland where he died on July 18, 1864. He was 19 years old. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery on July 19, 1864. Personal information from this file: Resided in Ripley, Va prior to enlistment. He was single.
* name differs from cemetery records.

Dix, T.S. Pvt K 13 Ga Inf 7/12/1864 242
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia (NARA)

Thomas S. Dix enlisted July 8, 1861 as a Private in Company "K" 13th Georgia Infantry for the duration of the war. His name appears on a list of patients at Lovingston Hospital at Winchester, Virginia dated August 9, 1862. He had remitting fever. He later was admitted to Jackson Hospital at Richmond, Virginia on November 10,1863 with acute diarrhea and returned to duty on December 5, 1863. He was wounded on July 9, 1864 at Battle of Monocacy Maryland. He was captured on July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Maryland. He died at July 12, 1864 at U.S.A. General Hospital in same city and buried at nearby Mount Olivet cemetery on July 13, 1864.  From the source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865, it states his residence was Troup County, Georgia.

Dunn, Thomas J. Pvt E 18 Miss Inf 7/19/1863** 200
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi (NARA)

Thomas J. Dunn enlisted on May 29, 1861, at age 18, in Captain J. W. Welborn's Company (Mississippi College Rifles) 18th Regiment Mississippi Volunteers*. He was mustered in as a Private for 1 year of service. He was appointed Corporal on December 8, 1861. He re-enlisted for 2 years service on April 26, 1862 at Lee's Mills, Virginia. He is reported wounded and captured at Battle of Antietam Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was admitted to Locust Spring Hospital near Frederick Maryland. He had received a gunshot wound to both hips which had caused paralysis to his extremities. His name was on a list dated January 22, 1863. of patients at the Field hospital at Antietam, Maryland He was later transferred on May 11, 1863 to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland. He died June 19, 1863** and was buried at nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery on June 20, 1863.   Personal information from this file: He was born in Louisiana, He was a student. He was single.
* Thus unit subsequently became Company "E" 18th Mississippi Infantry.
** Date of death in hospital record differs from Cemetery and headstone records.

 
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Name Rank Co. Reg Date of death Grave #

Eason, G.S. Pvt H 15 Ala Inf 10/21/1862 141

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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama - (NARA)

Green S. Eason enlisted as a Private in Company "H" 15th Alabama Infantry on July 3, 1863. He was wounded and captured at Battle of Antietam, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was paroled by U.S. Provost Marshall on October 3, 1862. He died at U.S.A. General Hospital# 1 at Frederick, Maryland on October 21, 1862, He was buried at nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery. A claim was made November 1, 1864, by his mother, Elizabeth Eason, for any monies owed for her son's service.

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1860; Census Place: , Dale, Alabama; Roll: M653_8; Page: 538; Image: 42
Name Age

Elizabeth Eason 50
Green S Eason 32
William Eason 25
Martha H Eason 23
Shade Eason 14
Mary Eason 12
John Eason 8

Eason, James Pvt H 30 NC Inf 7/18/1864 255
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)

James S. Eason enlisted, at the age of 35, as a Private in Captain Franklin G. Pitt's Company, 30th North Carolina Infantry* (State Troops) on August 31, 1861 for 1 year of service. On Jan/Feb 1862 roll it notes he is sick in quarters. Discharged for chronic rheumatism about March 5, 1862. He next appears on a roll dated Nov/Dec 1863 where it notes he had enlisted in Company "H" 13th North Carolina Infantry on October 5, 1863. The next record states he was captured on July 10, 1864 in Maryland. He was admitted on July 10, 1864 to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland with Typhoid Fever. He died there on July 18, 1864 and was buried at nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery on July 19, 1864.
Personal information from this file: He was a residence of Pine Leather N.C., He was married. He was 5 ft 9 in tall, He had grey eyes, and black hair.
* This unit subsequently became Company "F" 30th North Carolina Infantry (State Troops)

Easteds, M. Pvt E 27 SC 9/27/1862 48
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia (NARA)
William Eidson enlisted at Camp Kirkpatrick on September 26, 1861 as a Private in (Old) Company "C" (Murphy Guards), Wright Legion*, Georgia Volunteers for 3 years or war. Was on detached duty as a Wagoneer during May 1862. He was captured at Antietam, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital #1 at Frederick, Maryland on September 19, 1862. He died of Typhoid Fever on October 6, 1862 and was buried at nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery. A claim was made February 16, 1863 via an attorney by his father Boyce Eidson, for any monies owed for this soldier's service to the Confederate States. Claim made at Dekalb County, Georgia.
* This company was successively designated as Old Company "C" , New Company "A" Wright Legion Georgia Volunteers and Company "A" 38th Georgia Infantry.

Evans, J. L. Pvt B 51 Ga Inf 10/11/1862 103
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Name Rank Co. Reg Date of death Grave #

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia - (NARA)
Andrew Jackson Fanning enlisted, at age 26, in Captain William Henry French's Company Virginia Volunteers* on July 31, 1861 for 1 year of service, which was later extended to 3 years. He was employed on extra duty as a teamster from January 16 to September 30, 1862. No further record in this company. He next appears on the rolls of Company "A" 17th Virginia Cavalry where he is listed as a teamster and wagoner. He was wounded and captured near Frederick City, Maryland on July 9, 1864. He died of his wounds on July 10, 1864.
* This company subsequently became (1st) Company "D" 8th Regiment Virginia Cavalry. It was divided on September 6, 1862 and was part of the 33rd Virginia Battalion. It later was designated 17th Virginia Cavalry.

Fitske, J. R. Pvt I 12 Ala Inf 10/19/1862 132
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana - (NARA)
Hypolite Owen Fontenot enlisted , at age 20, as a Private on March 30, 1862 for the war. He was mustered into Company "F" 8th Louisiana Infantry (Opelousas Guards). He was wounded on July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The Nov/Dec 1863 roll states he was captured in the engagement of November 7, 1863 at the Rappahannock. He was taken to Point Lookout Prison Camp in Maryland. He was paroled and exchanged on March 9, 1864. His name next appears on a roll from August 1864 that states he was wounded by gun shot in left arm and left on the field on July 9, 1864 at the Battle of Monocacy, Maryland. He died of Pneumonia at U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland on August 5, 1864 and was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Personal information from this file: He was a farmer, he was born in Louisiana. He was single. His residence prior to enlisting was Washington, Louisiana.

French, William Pvt A 17 VA Cav 7/27/1864 265
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia - (NARA)

William A. French enlisted June 1, 1864 in Company "A" 17th Virginia Cavalry at Giles County, Virginia for 3 years service. He was wounded, with a gun shot wound to his chest and hand, during the Battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864. He was captured at Frederick, Maryland on July 10, 1864 . He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital in the same city. He died there on July 27, 1864. He was 20 years old. He was buried at nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery on July 28, 1864.
Personal information from this file: He was single, He resided at Peterstown, Virginia prior to enlistment. He was born in Virginia.

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)
J. T. Fulghum enlisted as a Private in (3rd) Company "E" 12th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery on June 1, 1863 at James Island South Carolina for the war. He was wounded with a gun shot wound to his left shoulder that penetrated his lung at the Battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864. He was captured and admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland on July 10, 1864. He died there on July 19, 1864 and was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery. He was 18 years old.
Personal information from this file: He was single, he resided at Saundersville, Georgia prior to enlisting.
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)
B. H. Fuller enlisted as a Private on May 2, 1862 at Augusta Georgia in (2nd) Company "D" 12th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery for the duration of the war. He was on detached duty on November 22, 1863. On Nov/Dec 1862 roll it notes he is sick at home. He was wounded July 9, 1864 at Battle of Monocacy, Maryland and taken prisoner. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland on July 10, 1864. He had a gunshot wound that fractured his left leg bone which required amputation of leg using double flap method. He died August 20, 1864 of exhaustion and protracted diarrhea. He was 36 years old. He was buried at nearby Mount Olivet cemetery on August 20, 1864
Personal information from this file: His residence prior to enlistment was Wrightsville, Georgia, He was married,
* Originally designated as Captain Crump's Company, Caper's Artillery Battalion


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Name Rank Co. Reg Date of death Grave #

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Arkansas - (NARA)
Marcellus A. Gammel enlisted at age 21 as a Private in Captain Reedy's Company of Arkansas Infantry on June 19, 1861 for the duration of the war. He was wounded by gunshot and captured on September 17, 1862 at Sharpsburg, Maryland. Admitted at U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland. Paroled by U. S. Provost Marshall on September 27, 1862. He died at the same hospital on December 5, 1862 and was buried in the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery. He was then 23 years old.
Personal information from this file: Prior to his enlisting he lived in Union County, Arkansas. He was single. He was born in Talbot County Georgia.
* This subsequently became Company "G" 3rd Arkansas Infantry.
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia - (NARA)
Alexander S. Gardner enlisted at Urbanna Virginia as a Drummer on May 24, 1861 in Captain William C. Fleet's Company* Virginia Artillery of Walker's Battalion of Artillery. His service was to be for 1 year. On Mar/Apr 1862 roll is listed as absent sick in hospital since April 18, 1862. No further record under this company.   The next record for him is as a Private in Captain Thomas J. Kirkpatrick's Company (Amherst Artillery) Virginia Light Artillery. They served in Nelson's Battalion, formerly 31st Battalion Virginia Artillery. He had been transferred by order of General Lee from Captain Fleet's Company. He was wounded by gun shot and captured at the Battle of Monocacy, Maryland. He died on July 9, 1864 at U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland.
* Company was organized as an infantry company in May, 1861. It served as Company K (1st) in the 47th Regiment, then became Company B of the 55th Regiment. During February, 1862, it was transferred to the artillery. Apparently Alexander joined when it was still the 55th Virginia Infantry.
 

Gay, Isaac H. Pvt G 38 Ga Inf 7/12/1864 244
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)
Isaac H, Gay enlisted as a Private in Company "G" 38th Georgia Infantry (Wright Legion) on May 15, 1862 at Atlanta, Georgia for 3 years or war. Present on all muster rolls until roll ending April 30, 1864 where it list him as a Prisoner of War. He died at age 28 at U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland on July 12, 1864 of gun shot wound to his abdomen received in battle on July 9, 1864 at Battle of Monocacy, Maryland. He was buried at at nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery on July 13, 1864. Personal information: He was a resident of Pokehill, Georgia. He was married.
 

Gill, William J. 2 Lt D 30 NC Inf 10/13/1862 114
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)
William J. Gill enlisted at age 24, as a Private in Captain Eugene Grissom's Company, 30th North Carolina Infantry* (State Troops) on August 10, 1861 at Wake N.C. for 1 year of service. He was promoted to Sergeant. He was elected and promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on March 10, 1862. He was wounded by gun shot and captured at Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg), Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland. He was paroled September 26, 1862 by the U.S. Provost Marshall. He died at U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 on October 13, 1862. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
* This company subsequently became Company "D" 30th North Carolina Infantry* (State Troops)
 

Goode, William T. Pvt K 2 Miss Inf 1/15/1863 187
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi - (NARA)
William T. Goode enlisted at age 17 as a Private in Captain J. M. Stone's Company* 2nd Mississippi Infantry on March 1, 1862 at Iuka, Mississippi. He was mustered in for 3 years service. On the Mar/Apr 1862 roll he is absent sick at Ashland. On May/June 1862 roll it notes he is sick at Lynchburg, wounded. Same for Jul/Aug 1862 roll. On Sept/Oct 1862 it notes he was missing, wounded at Sharpsburg, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was paroled on September 27, 1862 by U.S. Provost Marshall. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital #1 at Frederick, Maryland on October 22, 1862 with a gun shot wound. He had his left leg amputated. He died January 15, 1863 at the age of 18. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery on January 16, 1863. Nathan Goode, his father, filed a claim August 1st, 1863 for any monies owed for his sons service.
Personal Information from this file: He was single. He was born at Franklin County, Alabama. He was 6 ft 2 in tall. Blue eyes, Light hair and a fair complexion. He was a farmer by occupation.
* This unit subsequently became Company "K" 2nd Mississippi Infantry
 

Goodman, William F. Pvt D 48 VA Inf 7/12/1864 239
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia - (NARA)
William F. Goodman enlisted at age 19 as a Private in Captain James S. Greever's Company (Smyth Rifle Greys) Virginia Volunteers* on May 18, 1861 at 7 Mile Ford, Virginia. He was mustered in for 1 year of service on July 1, 1861 at Abingdon, Virginia. In the early months of 1864 he was detailed on enrolling duty in Smyth County, Virginia.  On the Nov/Dec muster roll supposes he may be a deserter. Medical records of U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland state he was captured in that city on July 10, 1864. He died July 12, 1864 at that hospital. Cause of death is not given. He was buried on July 13, 1864 at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.                                                                                     * This company was also known as both Company "A" & "D" 48th Virginia Infantry
 

Gossett, H. Pvt D 53 NC Inf 7/7/1863 202
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina - (NARA)
Henry Gossett enlisted as a Private in Company "D" 53rd North Carolina Infantry. He was captured at Boonsboro, Maryland on July 5, 1863 and was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland on July 6, 1863. He died there of a penetrating gun shot wound to the head on July 7,1863. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
 

Grantsham, J. B. Pvt G 6 Fla Inf 10/23/1862 139 (Last name actually Graham)
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Florida - (NARA)
J. B. Graham was a Private in Company "G" 6th Florida Infantry. He was captured at Antietam, Maryland. He died of a gun shot wound at U.S.A. General Hospital #1 on October 23, 1862. (there are errors in the name on stone versus hospital info)
 

Graves, J.P. Capt B 1 La Inf (Nelligan's) 7/18/1863(64?) 254   (last name actually Groves)
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana - (NARA)
J. Peter Groves enlisted at age 22 on August 2, 1861 at New Orleans for 1 year of service. On Nov/Dec 1861 roll he is listed as 3rd Sergeant of (2nd) Company "B" (Red River Rebels) 1st Regiment Louisiana Infantry (Nelligan's). He was promoted by election to Captain on April 28, 1862. On Mae/Apr 1863 roll it notes he is absent on furlough and with out leave. He was captured on July 10, 1864 and admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland. He died on July 18, 1864 of a gun shot wound to his skull that entered left eye and exited left ear that he had received at the Battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Personal Information from this file: Born Louisiana, Farmer by occupation. He was married.
 

Green, Alfred R. Pvt E 33 NC Inf 10/6/1862 89
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)
Alfred R. Green, a resident of Gates County, enlisted as a Private on June 20, 1861 in Company "E" 33rd North Carolina Infantry. He volunteered for the duration of the war. On June 11, 1862 he was admitted to General Hospital at Camp Winder at Richmond Virginia for Fibrous. Catarrh (Inflammation of mucous membrane). He was returned to duty on June 21, 1862. He was wounded by gunshot and captured on September 17, 1862 at the Battle of Antietam, Maryland. He was taken to U.S.A. General Hospital #1 at Frederick, Maryland on September 19, 1862. He died there on October 6, 1862. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
His mother Priscilla Goodwin filed a claim December 21, 1863 for any monies owed for her son's service.
 

Griggs, Lewis Pvt K 43 NC Inf 7/23/1863 205  
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)

Lewis Griggs enlisted on February 25, 1862 and was mustered in at age 21 into service as a Private at Camp Mangum on April 2, 1862 into Company "K" (Anson Independents) 43rd North Carolina Infantry for the duration of the war. Present on all rolls until Nov/Dec 1862 where it notes he is absent sick at Drury's Bluff. He was wounded by gun shot in his left shoulder at battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He was captured at Boonsboro, Maryland on July 5, 1863. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital on July 6, 1863. He died there on July 23, 1863 and was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Personal information from this file: Born in Anson County, North Carolina, He was 5ft 11 in tall. He was a farmer by occupation. He was married.

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Haggard, William Pvt A 31 VA Art-Nelson's 7/9/1864 216
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia - (NARA)

William J. Haggard enlisted on March 30, 1864 as a Private in Captain John L. Massie's Company* (Fluvanna Artillery) Nelson's Battalion of Artillery for the duration of the war. He enlisted at Orange, Virginia. He was wounded by gun shot at battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864 and was captured. He then was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland . He died there on the same day and was buried on July 10, 1864 at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
* The unit later became Company "C" , (Sneads Company) , Nelson's Battalion of Reserve Light Artillery. At the time of his death he was assigned to Company "B"

Hales, Owen Corp F 61 Ga Inf 11/19/1864 294
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)
Owen Hale enlisted for the duration of the war on September 23, 1861 as a Private in Company "E"* (Starke Guards) which was commanded by Captain Peter Brenan. Mustering occurred at Camp Lamar, Georgia. On March/April 1862 roll ,when he was then part of Company "F" 7th Battalion Georgia Infantry, he was put on detail on special duty at Savannah, Georgia working on the Floating Battery. On Sept/Oct 1863 roll he is noted as Color Corporal of Company "F" 61st Georgia. On Nov/Dec 1863 roll he is listed as 5th Corporal. He was wounded in the left thigh at Battle of Monocacy Maryland on July 9, 1864 and left at Frederick City, Maryland. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital on July 9, 1864. He died on November 19, 1864 , at age 34, of Femoral hemorrhage. He was buried on November 20, 1864 at Mount Olivet Cemetery at Frederick, Maryland.
Personal information from this file: He was a native of Georgia. He was married.
* This company subsequently became Company "F" 61st Georgia Infantry. Prior to this it was also Company "E" 26th Regiment (Lamar's) Georgia Infantry and also Company "F" 7th Battalion Georgia Infantry.

Hall, John Pvt K 14 NC Inf 9/10/1862 3
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina - (NARA)
John Hall enlisted as a Private in Company "K" 14th North Carolina Infantry in 1862. He died at age 33 of disease on September 10, 1862 at Frederick, Maryland.

Hamby, W. P. Pvt K 27 SC 10/27/1862 148
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Hamric, Thomas H. Pvt M 6 Ala Inf 9/26/1862 46
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama - (NARA)
Thomas H. Hamric enlisted April 17, 1861 as a Private in (Old) Company "E" 6th Alabama Infantry* for 1 year of service. He was mustered in on May 16, 1861 at Montgomery, Alabama. No further record this source.
*This company subsequently became (New) Company "M" 6th Alabama Infantry.

Hargrove, J*. H. Pvt D 12 NC Inf 10/10/1862 102 (*First name actually Israel)
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina (NARA)
Israel H. Hargrove enlisted at age 20 as a Private in Company "B" 2nd North Carolina Infantry** (Volunteers) on April 30, 1861 at Raleigh, North Carolina for 1 year of service. He was wounded by gun shot to the left knee at Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was paroled by the U.S. Provost Marshall on October, 3, 1862. His left leg was amputated on October 7, 1862. He died on October 10, 1862 at U.S.A. General Hospital # 5 at Frederick, Maryland. He was buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery on October 11, 1862. A claim was made by Hartwell W. Hargrove, the soldier's father, on October 9, 1863 for any monies owed for his sons service to the Confederate States.
Personal information: He was born in North Carolina. 5 ft 4 in tall, dark complexion, black eyes. He was a farmer by occupation.

** This company was successively designated as Captain Wortham's Company and Company "B" 2nd N. C. Infantry, Company "B" and (2nd) Company "D" 12th North Carolina Infantry.

1860; Census Place: Fishing Creek, Granville, North Carolina; Roll: M653_898; Page: 383; Image: 387
Name Age

H W Hargrove 50
Jane Hargrove 48
Israel H Hargrove 21
Mary J Hargrove 17
John Hargrove 14
Joseph Hargrove 9
Sally Hargrove 8

 

Harman, William Pvt D 37 VA 11/9/1862 164
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia (NARA)
William H. Harman enlisted March 7, 1862 as a Private in Company "C", 37th Virginia Infantry. He was mustered in for 3 years service. He was wounded in the leg at Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland on September 17,1862. His leg was later amputated. He died November 9, 1862 at U.S.A. General Hospital # 7 at Frederick, Maryland of Typhoid Fever.

 

Harper, Thomas W. Pvt H 2 Fla Inf 10/9/1862 98
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Florida - (NARA)
Thomas W. Harper, at age 28, enlisted on June 28, 1861, as a Private in Captain Starke's Company*, 2nd Regiment Florida Infantry at St. Augustine's , Florida for 1 year of service. He was mustered in on July 13, 1861. Muster roll notes he had been wounded and is missing since battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was paroled on September 27, 1862 by the United States Provost Marshal.
He died on October 9, 1862 at Frederick, Maryland.
* This company subsequently became Company "H" 2nd Florida Infantry.

 

Harris, Robert Sgt C 2 Miss Inf 10/9/1862 96
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi - (NARA)
Robert Harris, at age 23, enlisted for service on February 27, 1861 as a Private in Captain William C. Bromley's Company* (Town Creek Riflemen), 2nd Regiment Mississippi Volunteers. His muster in date is given as May 1, 1861 for 1 year of service. On May/June 1861 roll it notes he is sick in hospital at Winchester, Virginia. He was appointed 4th Sergeant on August 1, 1861. On Sept/Oct 1862 roll it notes he was wounded at Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland on September 17, 1862 and is missing. He had been wounded by gunshot in his left leg, which later was amputated. He was paroled on September 27, 1862 by the U.S. Provost Marshal. He was admitted to Camp "A" of U.S.A. General Hospital ( Ward "F") at Frederick, Maryland on October 4, 1862. He died on October 9, 1862 at Frederick City, Maryland.
* This company subsequently became Company "C" 2nd regiment Mississippi Infantry.

 

Hartley, W. G. Pvt C 6 Ga Inf 10/24/1862 144
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William G. Hartley enlisted at Atlanta, Georgia on May 27, 1861 as a Private in Company "C" 6th Georgia Infantry. His enlistment was for the duration of the war. He was wounded by gunshot and captured at Battle of Antietam, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was paroled on September 27, 1862 by the U.S. Provost Marshal. He died at U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 on October 24, 1862. He was buried at the nearby Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

 

Harvey, Daniel W. Corp A 21 VA Inf 7/10/1864 221
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia - (NARA)
Daniel W. Harvey enrolled for service on June 20, 1861. He was 22 years old. He was mustered in at Red Horse, Charlotte County, Virginia on June 24, 1861 into Captain John B. Moseley's Company* (Red Horse Volunteers) Virginia Volunteers for 1 year of service. He appears as a 4th Sergeant on the first muster roll. On Sept/Oct 1861 roll he is listed as 1st Sergeant. On Mar/Apr 1862 roll he is listed as 1st Lieutenant, having been elected April 22, 1862. He was later promoted to Captain on June 14, 1862. He was wounded on July 9, 1862 and captured on July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Maryland. He died the same day at U.S.A. General Hospital in the same city. He was buried at the nearby Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
* This company subsequently became Company "A" 21st Virginia Infantry.
 

Hawkins, W. John Pvt A 38 Ga Inf 10/28/1862 150

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John W. Hawkins enlisted April 16, 1862 as a Private in (2nd) Company "A". 38th Georgia Infantry* at Franklin, Alabama for 3 years service. He was captured on September 17th, 1862 at Antietam. Maryland. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland on September 19, 1862 with a gunshot wound. He was paroled on October 3, 1862 by the U.S. Provost Marshal. He died at same location on October 28, 1862 and was buried at the nearby Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The soldier's father, Josiah Hawkins filed a claim August 11, 1863 for any monies owed for his son's service in the Confederate Army.
* This company was made up mostly of men transferred from Company "E" 25th Georgia Infantry in May of 1862.

 

Heath, T. B. Pvt E 12 Ga Lt Art 7/29/1864 268
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Thomas B. Heath* enlisted for the duration of the war on September 20, 1863 at Wrightsville, Georgia as a Private in Company "F" 4th Georgia Cavalry. On November 1, 1863 he was transferred into (3rd) Company "E" 12th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery by order of General Mercer. He was wounded by gunshot in his shoulder and lung on July 9, 1864 at Battle of Monocacy, Maryland. He was captured on July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Maryland. He was taken to U. S. A. General Hospital in the same location where he later died on the afternoon of July 28, 1864**. The lung wound had turned Gangrene from the bullet. He was 40 years old. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery on July 29, 1864.
Personal Information from this file: He was born in Georgia. He was married.
** Death date from cemetery differs from service record.
Henry, Marcus H. Corp B 23 NC Inf 10/18/1862 130
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina - (NARA)
Marcus H. Henry enlisted for the duration of the war at Lincolnton, North Carolina on March 15, 1862 in Company "B" 23rd North Carolina Infantry (State Troops). His age at enlistment is given as 20 years old. His residence is noted as Gaston County. On Mar/Apr 1862 roll he is listed absent sick. He was promoted to rank of Corporal on May 10, 1862. The file notes that he was severely wounded at Battle of Seven Pines on May 31, 1862. He is listed as having been wounded in action on September 17, 1862 at Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland. His wound is noted as being a gun shot fracture in left knee. He is reported as being at U. S. A. General Hospital # 5 at Frederick, Maryland. . He is listed as having been paroled by U. S. Provost Marshal on September 27, 1862. His leg was amputated on October 7, 1862. He died on October 18, 1862. A claim for any monies owed for this soldier's service was made on January 13, 1864. Claimants name not noted in this file.

 

Hernickle, F. C. Sgt D 16 Miss Inf 10/9/1862 97
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Frank C. Hernickle enlisted June 1, 1861, at age 21, in Captain S. E. Baker's Company 16th regiment Mississippi Volunteers*(Adam's Light Guard, Company "A"). He was mustered in as a 3rd Sergeant on June 8, 1861 at Corinth, Mississippi for 1 year of service. Term of service later extended to cover 2 more years or duration of war. Appointed 2nd Sergeant April 28, 1862. He was wounded by gun shot at Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland on September 17, 1862 and captured. He was paroled by the U.S.A. Provost Marshal on September 27, 1862. He died at U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland on October 9, 1862.
Personal Information from this file: Dark eyes, Dark hair, Dark complexion, 5 ft 7 in tall. Born in Germany. He was a bricklayer by occupation.
* Later designated Company "D" 16th regiment Mississippi Volunteers
 
Hesterly, R. Y. Pvt B 12 Ala Inf 10/11/1862 111
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama (NARA)
Richard Y. Hesterly enlisted June 17, 1861 at Camp Bradford in Coosa County, Alabama to serve for the duration of the war. He was mustered in as a Private in Company "B" 12th Alabama Infantry. Listed as sick at Chimborazo hospital # 5 at Richmond, Virginia on October 15, 1861. He was later transferred to Amelia Court House Virginia on November 7, 1861. Listed on muster roll as missing since September 17, 1862. He was wounded and captured at Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 5 at Frederick, Maryland on September 26, 1862. His left leg was amputated. He was paroled on October 3, 1862 by the U.S.A. Provost Marshal. He died October 11, 1862 and was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery. His widow Elizabeth Hesterly of Rockford, Alabama filed a claim April 8, 1863 for any monies owed for Richard's service to the Confederate States. Personal information from this file: He was born in Georgia, 6 foot tall, Black eyes, Dark complexion.


Hicklin, Joseph H. Pvt B 6 SC 10/25/1862 142

no record found in compiled service records

Hicks, Jacob Pvt F 21 NC Inf 9/26/1862 51
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina - (NARA)
Jacob Hicks, a resident of Stokes County, was conscripted on July 25, 1862 as a Private in Company "F" 21st North Carolina Infantry (State Troops) He was wounded by gunshot and captured on September 17, 1862 at Antietam, Maryland. He was later admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland where he died on September 26, 1862. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.

 

Higgins, Joseph Pvt I 6 La Inf 7/28/1864 269

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana - (NARA)

Joseph Higgins enlisted as a Private June 4,1861 at Camp Moore in Captain Joseph Hanlon's Company 6th Regiment Louisiana Regiment* by Lt. Phifer for the war. Noted on Jul/Aug roll that he was wounded at Gaines Mills. Present on all rolls until he was wounded in Battle of Monacacy (Md) on July 9,1864 Compiled record states he was born in Ireland and was a Tinsmith by trade. Residence was given as New Orleans. He was 24 when he enlisted. He was single. Another document within this record, which list him as James Higgins, states that he was captured at Frederick Md on July 10,1864 and had a gun shot wound back of knee, leg amputated through lower thigh. Lists his death as July 28,1864. Notes that he was temporarily buried in Hospital Cemetery at Frederick Md. (Cemetery records state August,28,1864 as date of death)

 
Hill, William Pvt H 26 Ala Inf 10/5/1862 83
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama - (NARA)
William Hill enlisted as a Private on October 3, 1861 for 3 years service. He was mustered into Company "A" 26th Alabama Infantry regiment. File states he was wounded at Frederick, Md. According to cemetery record, he was in Company "H" at time of his death on October 5, 1862*. (No further record this source)
*Old headstone states October 5, 1862, newer headstone states September 2, 1862
 

Hobson, George W. 1 Lt A 31 VA Art-Nelson's 7/9/1864

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia - (NARA)
George William Hobson enlisted at Richmond, Virginia on April 21, 1861 as a Private in Captain John Thompson Brown's Company Artillery (2nd Company, Howitzer Battalion), Virginia Volunteers. He was elected and commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in October 19 , 1861 in Captain Kirkpatrick's Company Amherst Artillery* (Light). On May 1, 1862 he was promoted to 1st Lieutenant. He was mortally wounded by gunshot on July 9, 1864 at battle of Monocacy, Maryland and was captured and taken to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland where he died. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
* Which was formerly Nelson's Company 31st Virginia Artillery.

 

Hodnett, H.H. Pvt K 13 Ga Inf 7/14/1864 245
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)
H. H. Hodnett* enlisted July 8, 1861 at Griffen, Georgia. He was mustered in as a Private in Company "K" 13th Georgia Infantry for the duration of the war. The record states that on May 1, 1863 he was at Chimborazo Hospital # 2 at Richmond, Virginia with a gunshot wound to his shoulder which he had received on April 29, 1863 in battles around Fredericksburg, Virginia. He had previously been at General Hospital #9 at Richmond, Virginia. At that date it notes he was 22 years old. He was given a 50 day furlough. He was captured on July 10, 1864 after having been wounded by gunshot to the neck which fractured his vertebrae during the battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864. He was taken to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland where he died on July 14, 1864. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
* Various spelling of last name given in this source record. (Hardney, Hardnett) It is spelled Hodnett on his furlough issued by his commanding officer.

Hogan, James Pvt C 12 Ala Inf 10/3/1862 79
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama - (NARA)
James Hogan enlisted as a Private on May 27, 1861 for 1 year of service in Captain Stikes Independent Rifles Alabama Volunteers* at Mobile, Alabama. He was captured at Antietam, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He had received a gunshot wound during the battle. He was taken to U. S. A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland. He died on October 3, 1862 and was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
* This organization subsequently became Company "C" 12th Alabama Infantry.

 

Holder, Abel Pvt H 20 NC Inf 7/10/1864 231
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of North Carolina - (NARA)
Abel Holder volunteered at age 19 at Sampson County, North Carolina on May 15, 1862 to serve, for 3 years of service, as a Private in Company "H" 20th North Carolina Infantry. The file states he had been wounded July 1, 1862 at battle of Cold Harbor, Virginia (actually battle of Gaines Mills, Virginia). He fought at battles of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, Virginia as well as Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He was wounded by gunshot wound to his thigh and taken prisoner at Battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864. He died at General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland on July 10, 1864. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.

 

Horne, J.B. Pvt C 3 NC Inf 9/26/1862 49
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J. B. Horne was conscripted on July 18, 1862 at Cumberland City, Cumberland County, North Carolina for the duration of the war. He was mustered in as a private in Company "C" 3rd North Carolina Infantry. On the July to November 1862 roll it notes his sick at hospital at Staunton, Virginia. He was wounded at battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland. He was captured that same day and taken to U.S.A. General Hospital #1 at Frederick, Maryland where he died on September 26, 1862 of his gunshot wound. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.

 

Howell, M.D. Pvt H 26 Ala Inf 3/15/1863 192
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama - (NARA)
M. D.* Howell was a Private in Company "H" 26th Alabama Infantry. He was captured at the Battle of Antietam, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was in U. S. A. General Hospital # 4 at Frederick, Maryland on January 9, 1863. He died at age 25 of a compound fracture to his thigh (Traumatic femoral aneurism) on March 15, 1863. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Personal information from this file: He was single, Residence prior to enlistment was Marion County, Alabama.
(* Name possibly was McDaniel Howell)

 

Hudson, H.J. Pvt D 12 Ga Lt Art 7/31/1864 272
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)
H. J. Hudson enlisted May 12, 1862 in Captain Crump's Company, Caper's Artillery Battalion* at Augusta Georgia for the duration of the war. He was mustered in as a Private. On Jul/Aug 1863 roll he is listed as absent sick. He was wounded by gunshot in his leg at battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864. He is noted as being captured at Frederick City on July 10, 1864. He was taken to U.S.A. General Hospital where his leg was amputated below joint using circular method on July 22, 1864. He died there on July 31, 1864. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
* This company subsequently became (2nd) Company "B" 12th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery which later became Company "D"

 

Hughs, R.P. Pvt D 50 Ga Inf 11/5/1862 174
Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)
R.P. Hughs enlisted on May 2, 1862 in Company "D" (Valdosta Guards) 50th Georgia Infantry. He was mustered in as a Private for 3 years or war. He was captured at Antietam. Maryland on September 17, 1862. He had been wounded. He was paroled by U.S. Provost Marshal on October 3, 1862. He is listed as admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland on November 9, 1862. He died there of a compound fracture on November 25, 1862 and was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery. He was 21 years old at time of death.
 

Hunt, William P. Corp B 12 NC Inf 9/26/1862 54
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William P. Hunt enlisted on May 26, 1861, at age 18, as a private in Captain Henry Eaton Coleman's Company (Townesville Guards), William's regiment of North Carolina Infantry Volunteers*. He was mustered in on June 10, 1861 as a Private for 1 year of service. He was admitted July 6, 1862 to General Hospital # 24 (Confederate) at Richmond, Virginia for general debility. He was given a furlough. He attained the rank of 4th Corporal. He was wounded by gunshot and captured at Antietam, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was taken to U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland where he died on September 26, 1862. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery. His father, Richard H. Hunt filed a claim January 9, 1864 for any monies owed for his sons service.
* Subsequently designated as Company "F" 2nd North Carolina Infantry and then later to Company "B" 12th North Carolina Infantry.


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Ingles, Charles Pvt B 8 La Inf 9/15/1862 10 (spelling variation - Engles)
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Louisiana - (NARA)
Charles Ingles enlisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana on June 23, 1861 as a Private in Captain Augustin Larose's Company*, 8th Louisiana Infantry. He was mustered in for 1 year of service. He was present on all rolls until September 12, 1862 where this file notes he was wounded by gunshot and captured at Battle of South Mountain, Maryland. He was taken to U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland where he died on September 15, 1862. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Personal information from this record: Born England, Occupation listed as Seaman, Residence prior to enlistment was New Orleans. He was 42 and single.
*Company later designated as Company "B" (Beinville Rifles) 8th Louisiana Infantry.

 

Ivey, Thomas J. Pvt E 31 Ga Inf 9/10/1864 292
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia (NARA)
Thomas J. Ivey enlisted at Macon Georgia on May 25,1864 as a Private in Company "E" 31st Georgia Infantry for the duration of the war. He was 18 years old. He received a gun shot wound to his hip at the battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864. The file notes he was captured on July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Maryland. He was taken to U.S.A. General Hospital in the same city. He died there of peritonitis of the abdomen on September 10, 1864 and was buried in the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.


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Jackson, Lemuel Pvt H 49 Ga Inf 7/10/1864* 109
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in Organizations from the State of Georgia - (NARA)
Lemuel Jackson enlisted March 4, 1862 at Sandersonville, Georgia for 3 years or war. He was mustered in as a Private in Company "H" 49th Georgia Infantry (originally designated Captain August Jernigan's Company (Cold Steel Guards). On May/Jun 1862 roll he is listed as absent sick in hospital at Goldsboro, North Carolina. On Jul/Aug 1862 (Written Oct 31, 1862) roll it notes he is in hospital with a wound received at Fairfax Courthouse (Virginia) on September 1, 1862. He was wounded by gunshot at battle of Antietam, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was in U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland where he died on October 10, 1862*. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery. His widow, Priscilla Jackson, filed a claim March 15, 1864 for any monies owed for her husband's service to the Confederate States.
Personal Information from this file: Age 27, dark eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5 ft 6 in tall, resident of Washington County, Georgia. Farmer by occupation, He was married with one child.

* Date of death differs from cemetery records
 

1860; Census Place: , Washington, Georgia; Roll: M653_140; Page: 284; Image: 284
Name Age
Lemuel Jackson 28
Priscilla Jackson 20

 
Jackson, Lewis M. Pvt F 20 NC Inf 7/10/1864 235
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Lewis M. Jackson enlisted May 9, 1861 ,at age 20, into Company "F" 20th North Carolina Infantry* for 3 years of service. He is listed as a resident of Sampson County. His name appears on a list of patients at CSA General Hospital # 4 at Wilmington N.C. dated June 13, 1862. His illness was reported as Rubeola (aka Measles). He returned to duty on June 16, 1862. He extended his enlistment an additional 2 years. He was wounded by gun shot on July 9, 1864 at Monocacy Maryland. He was captured on July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Md. and taken to U.S.A. General Hospital where he died at age 24 on the same day. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Personal information from this file: He was 20 years old at time of enlistment, he was 6 ft 1 in tall, he was a farmer by occupation. He was single.
* This unit was designated Captain Owen L. Chestnutt's Company (Holmes Rifleman), 10th North Carolina Infantry at the time of his enlistment.

Jernigan, Joseph Pvt F 20 SC Vol 10/4/1862 82

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Service record not found

Johns, James M. Pvt G 5 Fla Inf 10/5/1862 86
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Florida (NARA)

James M. Johns enlisted at age 35 in Captain Bailey's Company 5th Regiment Florida Infantry* on March 4, 1862. He was to serve for 3 years. He was wounded by gunshot in his left thigh which later was amputated. He had been admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 5 at Frederick, Maryland on September 26, 1862. These compiled records say his date of death was October 5, 1862. His death was a result of a hemorrhage of his femoral artery after his leg was amputated. He was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery. A claim was made by his widow Susan J. Johns on June 5, 1863 for any monies owed for her husband's service to the Confederate States.

* Later designated Company "G" 5th Regiment Florida Infantry.

Johnson, J.E. Pvt G Miss Tigers 7/15/1862 1
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi - (NARA)

J. E. Johnson was taken prisoner at Winchester, Virginia. He had been wounded by gunshot. He was admitted to U.S. A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Maryland on June 23, 1862. His name appears on a list of Confederate soldiers who died at that hospital on July 15, 1862. He was buried on the same day at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Joiner, M. Malichi Jr. Pvt E 12 Ga Lt Art 7/19/1864 259
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Malachi M. Joiner Jr. enlisted  August 1, 1863 at Fort McAlister, Georgia for the duration of the war. He was mustered in as a Private in 3rd Company "C" 12th Georgia Battalion of Light Artillery. He was wounded in his right arm by gunshot at the Battle of Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864. He was captured on July 10, 1864 at Frederick, Maryland. He was sent to U. S. A. General Hospital in the same city. He died on July 19, 1864 and was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet cemetery.
Personal information from this file: 39 years old at time of death, married, was a resident of Farnsbridge, Georgia.

Jones, Allen Pvt D 18 Ga Inf 10/17/1862 129
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Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia (NARA)

Allen Jones enlisted June 21, 1861 as a Private in Company "D" 18th Georgia Infantry at Camp McDonald, Georgia for 3 years service.
He was wounded by gunshot and captured at Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland on September 17, 1862. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital # 1 at Frederick, Md. He is listed as having been paroled on September 27, 1862 by the U. S. Provost Marshal. He died on October 17, 1862 and was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Jones, David G. Pvt E 51 Ga Inf 10/6/1862 93
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David G. Jones enlisted March 4, 1862 as a Private in Captain James Dickey's Company (Pochitla Guard), 51st Georgia Infantry*. His service was for 3 years or war. He was wounded and captured at the battle of Antietam on September 17, 1862. He was admitted to U.S.A. General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland. He died there of Typhoid fever on October 6, 1862 and was buried at the nearby Mount Olivet Cemetery.
*Later designated Company "E" 51st Georgia Infantry.

 

 

McClung G.A. Pvt K 14 VA Cav 8/11/1864 280
McCowan, J.M. Pvt F 15 SC 9/21/1862 25
McDonnell, Dennis Pvt C 7 La Inf 7/11/1864 234
McGahery, J.J. Pvt C Ala Providence 9/23/1862 26
McGee, James Pvt H 1 NC Inf 10/4/1862 85
McGee, Patrick Pvt A 4 Ga Inf 7/10/1864 226
McGuire, Patrick Pvt C 7 La Inf 7/10/1864 224
McKay, D.F. Pvt B 11 Ga Lt Art 9/20/1862 59
McKee, Levi T. Pvt G -- Miss Inf 8/13/1863(64?) 213
McKenny, C.C. Pvt C 5 Ga Inf(6?) 9/23/1862 38
McLead, William H. Pvt E 61 Ga Inf 10/6/1862 92
McNair, James L. Pvt C 31 Ga Inf 7/25/1863 207
McNeil, James Pvt C 8 Fla Inf 11/13/1862 167
McPherson, Wyat H. Pvt E 50 Ga Inf 10/27/1862 149
Michaels, John A. Pvt K 27 Ga Inf 10/16/1862 123
Miles, Wyatt S. Sgt H 3 Ark Inf 10/14/1862 116
Miller, A. Pvt H 4 NC 9/23/1862 32
Miller, George Pvt F 21 Ga Inf 7/12/1864 238
Miller, George W. Pvt E 8 La Inf 7/27/1864 266
Miller, Henry Pvt C 3 Md 10/3/1862 75
Miller, S.F. Pvt G 18 NC Inf 9/15/1862 24
Mitchel, J.A. Pvt C 26 Ga Inf 10/14/1862 Not Located
Monk, Hinton Pvt A 24 NC 10/14/1862 100
Montgomery, Marshall F. Pvt G 8 La Inf 7/10/1864 233
Moore, Frank A. Pvt D 6 Ga Inf 10/10/1862 104
Morris, Joseph W. Capt D 16 VA Cav 9/9/1864 300
Moss, T.L. 1 Lt G 61 Ga Inf 10/22/1862 140
Murick, John 1 Lt G 17 NC 9/26/1862 43
Murphy, John Pvt E 27 Ga Inf 10/21/1862 137
Myers, Clarkston W. Corp B 14 NC Inf 10/18/1862 128

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Nickles, John T. Pvt I 3 Ala Inf 1/11/1862 108
Nikles, John A. Pvt E 12 Ala Inf 10/3/1862 77
Nix, John T. Pvt F 50 Ga Inf 10/4/1862 88

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Osteen, John R. Capt G 50 Ga Inf 9/23/1862 30
Owen, A. Sgt G 19 Ga Inf 10/28/1862 153
Owen, H.J. Sgt I 14 TN Inf 10/30/1862 157

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Padgett, A.M. Sgt M 7 SC Inf 1/3/1863 185
Page, Joseph Pvt A 31 VA Art-Nelson's 7/9/1864 218
Park, A.G. Corp G 17 VA Cav 7/15/1864 248
Parker, William A. Pvt H 4 TX Inf 12/18/1862 183
Patten, Samuel Pvt G 31 Ga Inf 8/27/1864 288
Peadro, Samuel M. Lt D 16 VA Cav unknown 303
Pence, Leroy Corp F 60 Ga Inf 9/12/1864 293
Penn, E.M. Lt A 22 SC Inf 9/--/1862 Not Located
Perry, N. Pvt F 22 NC Inf 10/23/1862 138
Phillips, Lewis S. Pvt E 3 NC Inf 10/30/1862 155
Pinson, John G. Pvt A 12 Ga Lt Art 8/22/1864 287
Pitcher, J.M. Pvt B 9 La Inf 7/20/1864 258
Pitts, Raisin Pvt B 6 Ala Inf 9/26/1862 44
Pondrick, A.W. Pvt F 4 Ga Inf 10/11/1862 124
Pope, John W.B. Pvt E 31 Ga Inf 7/10/1864 220
Potter, Alex Pvt E 12 Ala Inf 9/25/1862 41
Powell, W.H. Pvt I 3 SC Inf 5/2/1863 197
Power, Fleming Pvt K 6 Ga Inf 1/29/1863 188
Preston, Thomas C. Sgt E 14 VA Cav 8/2/1864 275


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Raper, Alex Pvt H 12 Ala Inf 9/27/1862 47
Ray, James Pvt I 3 NC Inf 10/17/1862 125
Reeves, Laomi Pvt B 3 NC Inf 11/6/1862 163
Reeves, Robert Pvt G 27 Ga Inf 10/12/1862 198
Register, John S. Pvt A 6 Ala Inf 9/16/1862 2
Rentz, John W. Adjt A 13 Ala Inf 10/10/1862 106
Ricard, Stephen Pvt C 5 Ala Inf 7/10/1864 221
Roberts, E. Pvt E 10 La Inf 9/26/1862 50
Roberts, G.L. Sgt K 26 Ga Inf 7/22/1864 261
Roberts, G.R. Pvt B 23 Miss Inf 10/2/1862 74
Robertson, E.H. Corp G 14 NC Inf 11/2/1862 158
Robertson, J.S. Corp H 26 Ala Inf 9/28/1862 55
Roe, George W. Pvt B 26 Ga Inf 8/8/1864
Rooker, David T. Pvt A 5 NC Inf 9/24/1862 33
Roundtree, Thomas J. Pvt K 7 SC Inf 12/8/1862 180
Royster, James M. Pvt C 47 NC 7/29/1863 209


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Saith, C.N. Pvt F 45 NC 7/11/1864 241
Sanders, W.J. Pvt G 9 La Inf 7/30/1864 270
Scarborough, William D. 1 Lt I 1 NC Inf 9/20/1862 13
Seldon, Braxton Pvt H 9 VA Cav 8/3/1863 210
Sexton, John M. Pvt A 4 VA 8/6/1864 277
Sharp, O.D. Pvt H 1 NC Inf 11/21/1862 172
Shaw, J.G. Corp D 60 Ga Inf 7/10/1864 228
Shines, James Pvt F 51 Ga Inf 9/27/1862 52
Shiver, Evan T. Pvt A 35 NC Inf 10/8/1862 95
Shuman, Andrew Pvt E 50 Ga Inf 9/25/1862 40
Shuman, Emanuel Pvt E 50 Ga Inf 9/24/1862 34
Sietz, John Pvt F 7 SC Inf 10/1/1862 61
Sloan, David Pvt F 50 Ga Inf 9/27/1862 53
Smith, Baxter Pvt K 8 Fla Inf 9/28/1862 60
Smith, R. Pvt E 14 SC 9/5/1862 6
Somerhall, W.W. Pvt E 3 SC Art 9/19/1862 28
Stacy, Joseph Pvt F 27 NC Inf 11/12/1862 166
Stamps, William M. Pvt A 12 Ga Lt Art 7/17/1864 252
Stanford, Zedekiah Pvt A 12 Ga Lt Art 7/11/1864 246
Stedman, B.M. Pvt G 48 NC Inf 10/19/1862 134
Stembridge, Benjamin Pvt E 6 Ga Inf 10/6/1862 84
Stephens, John Pvt B 51 Ga Inf 10/12/1862 110
Stewart, Joseph Pvt E 3 SC Inf Batt 10/4/1862 81
Stewart, R. Pvt F 14 NC Inf 10/2/1862 71
Strickland, M.T. Pvt G 50 Ga Inf 12/4/1862 177
Suit, Johnson Pvt D 6 Ala Inf 8/28/1863 215
Sullivan, Michael Pvt K 6 La Inf 4/22/1863 196
Summerall, J.M. Pvt G 50 Ga Inf 9/19/1862 12
Swiler, Henry L. Pvt D 7 La Inf 9/19/1862(64?) 301

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Tegil, S. Pvt D 4 Ala Inf 10/6/1862 not located
Thigpen, Amos Pvt B 3 NC Inf 11/19/1862 171
Todd, Aquilla Corp F 5 NC Inf 12/11/1862 176
Trawick, Orthnold Pvt F 50 Ga Inf 9/28/1862 56
Tuck, F.M. Pvt C SC Holcomb'sLegn 9/30/1862 63
Turberville, S. Pvt E 1 SC Inf PA 10/1/1862 67

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Wallace, J.J. Pvt G 18 SC Inf 10/13/1862 113
Waller, Wiley J. Pvt E 23 NC Inf 10/13/1862 120
Watkins, T.C. Lt Col 22 SC Inf 9/26/1862 45
Watts, W.B. Pvt C 1 SC Rifles 8/8/1863 211
Weatherly, D. Pvt D 2 Fla Inf ---------- ---
Webb, James D., Jr. Corp D 5 Ala Inf 2/26/1865 295
West, Henry H. Pvt A 3 NC Inf 7/6/1863 201
West, William T. Pvt K 51 Ga Inf 10/14/1862 121
White, Stephen R. Pvt H 8 Fla Inf 10/17/1862 131
Wiley, William Pvt F 50 Ga Inf 9/23/1862 23
Williams, Charles F. Pvt G 8 La Inf 10/2/1862 76
Williams, P.K. Corp E 2 Ga Inf 4/21/1863 195
Winbish, Peter Pvt I 24 VA Inf 10/22/1862 143
Wise, W.R. Corp K 13 Ga Inf 7/11/1864 236
Womack, Elbert Pvt G 48 NC Inf 10/14/1862 117
Wooldridge, J.R. Pvt C 60 VA Inf 3/23/1865 296

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Young, Burrel L. Pvt A 23 Ga Inf 10/28/1862 151
Young, C.C. Pvt A 18 SC Inf 10/1/1862 70