Last updated 04/02/07
Company C; Virginia Volunteers, 1917-1920
CSA, South Carolina; Co. A. Holcomb's Legion
Buried in Manassas Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier Co., VA, 2 Oct 1862, Killed in Battle of Manassas.
War of 1812; Col. Claiborne's Regiment; Mississippi Militia
War of 1812; lst Regiment; US Volunteers
War of 1812 - Carteret Co., NC - Robert's 2nd Regiment
American Revoltution; MA
REUBEN A. WILLIS
Spanish-American War; Carolina Regiment; Franklin, NC
War of 1812 - Private - 4 Regiment Virginia Militia
Confederate War - CO. A, 3rd Battalion, KY MTD Rifles
Buried 7 April 1864, Camp Chase Cemetery, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH
War of 1812, DeLong's 1st Regiment, Ohio Militia
War of 1812, William's 2nd Regiment, Ohio Volunteers
War of 1812, South's 5th Regiment, Mounted, Kentucky Volunteers
An account of allowances made to officers and soldiers - Hillsboro, NC,
1 May 1792.
Private - payment for services during "late war" (Revolution?). For service prior to 1 Jan 1782 in addition to and exclusive of the settlements made at Halifax Co., NC in years 1783, 1784 and 1785 and at Warrenton, Warren Co., NC in the year 1786.
American Revolution - Pvt., NY; born 1760, PA; died 1807, NY; married Sybil Ranney.
American Revolution - Pvt. SC; born 25 Feb 1746, SC; died 25 Dec 1837, SC; married Drusilla Pearson.
American Revolution - Pvt., SC; Born 25 Feb 1745, VA; died 25 Dec 1837, Spartanburg Co., SC. Served as Pvt. under Col. Benjamin Roebuck's Regiment from Spartanburg Co., SC
American Revolution - Hillsboro District, NC; Continental
Virginia Colonial Militia, 1756-57
Age 23, born in Virginia, enlisted Brunswick Co., VA
RICHARD AUGUSTINE WILLIS
Class of 1849, Virginia Military Institute
RICHARD S. WILLIS
CSA - Born 1822, Spartanburg Co., SC; died March 1887, Neshoba Co., MS; son of Edward H. Willis (1794-1848).
Enlisted as a Pvt. in Co. F, 14 Reg't. MS Vols. on 17 Sept 1863 at Meridian, MS and before 1 March 1863, re-volunteered fro the war as a Pvt. in Co. F, 14 MS Infantry. Richard was confined to a hospital on 12 May 1864 and on 14 July 1864, a CSA Medical Examining Board declared his disability as "extensive emaciation and debility as a result of P?, sick 2 months". He returned home, recovered and resumed his farming activities. firstname.lastname@example.org
RICHARD W. WILLIS
Civil War - Union; Recruit; company A; Unit 81; Infantry; Du Quoin, Illinois
Revolutionary War soldier living in Wilkes Co., GA at time of death.