Service Records for Surnames Beginning with B

Bachelor, James M.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate that he served with this company

NOTES

Pension application lists unit as 61st NC; outside fold says 51st NC. Last name “Batchelor” in [131] & unit listed as 61st Infantry, Co. G

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110, 131

Bain, Angus Graham

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 27

5/16/1864: wounded in left side at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized at Richmond

9/30/1864: captured at Ft. Harrison

10/5/1864: confined at Pont Lookout

3/19/1865: received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, for exchange after being paroled

NOTES

DOB: 9/9/1834; brother of Hugh, John & Dougald, same company; family info at [108]; pension application at [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 110

Bain, Daniel D. Jr.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/26/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 32

Nov/Dec, 1862: sick in hospital at Raleigh

May/Jun, 1863: returned to duty

10/21/1864: hopitalized at Petersburg

12/29/1864: returned to duty

3/10/1865: captured near Wise Forks

3/16/1865: confined at Point Lookout

6/24/1865: released at Point Lookout after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 105

Bain, Dougald Alexander

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/28/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 18

8/16/1863: died of congestion of the bowels in hospital at Sullivan’s Island, Charleston

NOTES

Born 1843; age 19 at time of death [135]; brother of Angus, John & Hugh, same regiment

REFERENCES: 2, 105, 108, 110, 135, 203

Bain, Hugh James

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 22

Apr, 1863: present through this month but absent sick for much of time

May/Jun, 1863: returned to duty

3/19/1864: appointed to committee for endorsing Zebulon Vance for governor

5/31/1864: wounded slightly at Cold Harbor

6/17/1864: wounded at Petersburg

9/1/1864: returned to duty before this date

9/30/1864: captured at Ft. Harrison

10/2/1864: confined at Point Lookout

11/15/1864: received for exchange at Venus Point, Savannah River after being paroled

NOTES

Born 1840; brother of Angus, John & Dougald, same regiment

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 110, 162, 198

Bain, John G., Jr.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Carpenter

SERVICE RECORD

7/8/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 37

6/17/1864: hospitalized at Petersburg with fever after being hit in the chest with a “spent ball” the previous day

6/20/1864: transferred to hospital at Farmville, VA

7/29/1864: furloughed for 60 days

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Born 1825 in 1900 census; brother of Angus, Dougald & Hugh, same regiment; pension application in 1902

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Baker, Archibald M.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

7/16/1862: enlisted in Co. E, 36th Regt. NC Troops in Brunswick Co. at age 30

5/9/1863: transferred to Co. G, 51st Regt. NC Troops

Dec 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Apparently swapped with Lott Coleman (Co. G, 51st NCT); born: Feb, 1831; two pension applications and Soldier’s Home application at [110]; admitted to Soldier’s Home on 6/2/1907, age 77; wounded twice during war

REFERENCES: 2, 18, 110, 112, 133

Baker, Jesse E.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

5/1/1862: enlisted at Nichols Depot

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

7/15/1864: died in train wreck at Shohola

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 129

Baker, Randal J.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/8/1864: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 17

5/16/1864: wounded in right arm at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized in Richmond

6/5/1864: furloughed for 60 days

8/4/1864: returned to duty

9/30/1864: wounded in right leg at Fort Harrison; hospitalized at Richmond; leg amputated (right foot and left arm amputated [212])

12/14/1864: furloughed for 60 days

NOTES

DOB: 10/15/1846; photo at [112]; appeared on amputee roll for Cumberland County in 1866; attended reunion in 1891

REFERENCES: 2, 45, 103, 110, 112, 212

Bamberger, Jacob

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: 1st Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: Bavaria

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Merchant

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted as 1st Sergeant in New Hanover Co. at age 22

10/7/1862: appointed 2nd Lieutenant

12/11/1862: elected 1st Lieutenant

12/17/1862: commanded company at Goldsboro

Jan/Feb, 1864: absent sick

3/14/1864: resigned but resignation not accepted

4/8/1864: absent without leave

7/16/1864: dropped from company rolls

NOTES

Biography at [113]; discharged after receiving a serious hip wound [113] or left for Ohio before resignation was rejected [112]

REFERENCES: 1, 2, 112, 113, 143

Barber, Noah

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Pitt Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 33

Sep/Oct 1862: deserted

Nov/Dec 1862: returned to duty

4/21-27/1863: treated for anemia at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 13) in Wilmington

7/18/1863: wounded by a shell at Battery Wagner

Jul-Dec 1863: absent wounded

Jan/Feb 1864: listed as deserter

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 70, 98

Barefoot, John O.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 33

Sep/Dec, 1862: hopitalized at Goldsboro

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

7/2-16/1863: hospitalized for bilious fever at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 193) in Wilmington

Jul/Aug, 1863: sick in hospital at Charleston

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

11/29/1863: absent without leave in Columbus County

Mar/Apr, 1864: returned to duty

5/16/1864: wounded in right forearm at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized at Richmond

6/3/1864: furloughed for 60 days

10/2/1864: absent without leave

10/8/1864: hospitalized at Richmond

12/27/1864: returned to duty

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 57, 98

Barefoot, Sion McD.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Harnett Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

5/13/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 16

6/16/1864: wounded near Petersburg

9/1/1864: deserted

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Barker, Anderson R.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1862: enlisted in Robeson County

12/11/1862: died of diphtheria at Camp Whiting near Wilmington

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Barker, Riley A.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted

5/28-5/31/1862: treated for rubeola and fever at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 1, bed 12) in Wilmington

6/1/1862: died in hospital; “effects given to Bro. and body taken”

NOTES

DOB: 5/19/1824; family info at [112]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 112

Barnes, Aldred A.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson County at age 38

5/3-5/1862: treated for abcessus at Confederate Hospital #4 in Wilmington

7/18/1863: wounded at Battery Wagner

9/1/1863: returned to duty prior to this date

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

10/4/1864 died at Elmira of pneumonia

NOTES

Aldridge at [108] & in 1850/1860 census; Richard in [98]; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 89, 98, 108, 111

Barnes, Henry P.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 20

5/3-4/1862: treated for severe bronchitis at Confederate Hospital #4 in Wilmington

5/10-11/1862: treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 6) in Wilmington

9/1/1862: deserted

Mar/Apr 1864: reported under arrest at Petersburg; returned to duty on unspecified date

7/12/1864: deserted from the trenches near Petersburg

NOTES

DOB: 4/6/1843; photo, family info & obituary at [112]; soldier’s and widow’s pension applications (not wounded during war) [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109, 112

Basdon, Kinion H.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

6/26/1862: enlisted in Johnston Co. at age 47

5/16/1864: captured at Drewry’s Bluff

5/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

8/15/1864: transferred to Elmira

4/5/1865: died of chronic diarrhea at Elmira

NOTES

Name spelled Baisden in [36]; K. Basden treated at Confederate Hospital #4 in Wilmington for acute rheumatism in May, 1863; unclear which Kinion Basdon; Kenan Basden in 1860 census, born 1815

REFERENCES: 2,36, 98, 111

Basdon, Kinion H.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

6/25/1862: enlisted in Johnston County at age 19

Sep/Oct, 1863: absent sick at Mt. Pleasant, SC

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

Nov/Dec, 1864: absent without leave

NOTES

K. Basden treated at Confederate Hospital #4 in Wilmington for acute rheumatism in May, 1863; unclear which Kinion Basdon; Kenan Basden in 1860 census, born 1843

REFERENCES: 2, 98

Bass, E. C.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate he served in this company (widow’s pension)

NOTES

Ermon Coan or Emcoin Coan [112]; son of Nevill Bass, same regiment; born 1840 or 1842 in Robeson County; widow Mary Johnson Bass (1840). Em Coin Bass service record in 18th Infantry, Co. D (NC Troops, Volume 6)

REFERENCES: 2, 9, 109, 110, 112, 131

Bass, Frederick

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 25

Nov/Dec 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb 1863: returned to duty

8/18/1863: absent without leave

Mar/Apr 1864: returned under arrest for desertion at Petersburg

May-Aug 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Listed as deserter in Fayetteville Observer, Jan. 22, 1863.

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 216

Bass, Gilson

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 41

6/2/1862: died at Camp Davis near Wimington

NOTES

Family info at [112]; brother of Nevill, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 112

Bass, Nevill

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 43

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; brother of Gilson & father of E. C., same company; family info at [112]

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 112

Bass, Thomas

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 31

5/26-6/15/1863: treated for debility at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 154) in Wilmington

May/Jun, 1863: absent on furlough

Jul/Aug, 1863: absent sick

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

Nov, 1863 – Dec, 1864: present or accounted for

NOTES

Family info at [112]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 112

Bass, Uriah

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/31/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 17

7/28-31/1862: treated for typhoid fever at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 21) in Wilmington

9/20/1862-2/28/1863: on detached duty guarding stores in Fayetteville

Mar/Apr, 1863: rejoined company

7/18/1863: received scalp wound at Battery Wagner

7/19/1863: admitted to Trapman Street Hospital in Charleston

9/1/1863: returned to duty before this date

Dec, 1864: present through this month

5/27/1865: paroled at Raleigh

NOTES

Pension applications at [109]: “shell struck the top of my head and split it open and it had to be sewed up.”

REFERENCES: 2, 52, 70, 98, 105, 109

Batten, Daniel

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/2/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co., age 47

5/19-26/1862: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 3) in Wilmington with rubeola

5/26/1862: returned to duty

6/4/1862: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 1, bed 25) with rheumatism

Sep/Oct, 1862: hospitalized in Raleigh

Nov/Dec, 1862: home on sick furlough

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

4/10/1863: discharged after providing Pvt. Edward W. Turner as substitute

NOTES

Widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 98, 109

Batten, David J.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate he served in this company (widow’s pension)

NOTES

Resided in Columbus County. Served in McDugald’s Company, Wilmington Railroad Guards. Cannot identify any other units. Widow Clarissa E. (Elizabeth) Buck (1849) filed pension application in Craven Co. in 1909: Husband David Batten died in 1889, and she married Benjamin Buck in 1896, who died 9/6/1908. Buck & Elizabeth are married in the 1900 census and Buck served in Company H.

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 109, 110

Batten, William

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 34

12/17/1862: wounded slightly at Goldsboro

1/1/1863: returned to duty before this date

9/30/1864: wounded in the right hand (fracture) and left ankle (fracture) and captured at Fort Harrison; confined at Federal field hospital; released on unspecified date

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 58, 110, 143

Baxley, Archibald C.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 29

Sep-Dec 1862: absent sick

Jan/Feb 1863: returned to duty

7/18/1863: killed at Battery Wagner

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Baxley, Ervin H.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 26

1/28/1863: absent without leave

3/6/1863: returned to duty

8/9/1863: deserted at Sullivan’s Island, Charleston

NOTES

Born 1836; died in spring of 1864 (probate file at [110]); brother of Miles Baxley, same regiment (1850 census)

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Baxley, Henry J.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 27

Jul/Aug 1862: absent sick

Sep/Oct 1862: returned to duty

7/10/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 22) in Wilmington with typhoid fever

Jan/Feb 1864: returned to duty

8/12/1864: absent on sick furlough

Nov/Dec 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; DOB: 7/11/1834; widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109, 110

Baxley, Henry L.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 24

6/16/1864: captured near Petersburg

6/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/19/1864: transferred to Elmira

7/11/1865: released after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Widow’s pension at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 226

Baxley, Miles Sled

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 24

4/24/1862: treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 in Wilmington

12/17/1862: wounded seriously at Goldsboro

1/1/1863: returned to duty prior to this date

8/18/1863: absent without leave

12/5/1863: hospitalized at Wilson with unspecified complaint

Jan/Feb 1864: returned to duty

Mar/Apr 1864: detailed as hospital guard at Petersburg

5/16/1864: wounded in right hand at Drewry’s Bluff

8/19/1864: returned to duty before this date; captured near Globe Tavern

8/24/1864: confined at Point Lookout

3/14/1865: paroled

3/16/1865: received at Boulware’s Wharf, VA for exchange

NOTES

Death certificate at [110]: born 8/21/1838, died 1/13/1918; obituary at [112]; brother of Ervin, same

regiment; middle name “Sled” [139]; applied for pension in 1912 [110]; witnessed pension application for James W. Boon

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109, 110, 112, 139, 143

Baxley, Peter D.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 18; deserted same day

Nov 1862: died prior to this date

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Baxley, William H. R.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted as Sergeant in Robeson Co. at age 23

7/1/1862: reduced in rank to Private prior to this date

8/18-19/1862: treated for gonorrhea at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 18) in Wilmington

12/17/1862: seriously wounded at Goldsboro

Jan-Apr 1863: absent wounded

May/Jun, 1863: absent in prison at Wilmington awaiting trial

Jul/Aug, 1863 in hospital at Augusta, GA

Sep/Oct 1863: returned to duty

5/16/1864: captured at Drewry’s Bluff

5/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

Aug, 1864: transferred to Elmira

5/17/1865: released at Elmira after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Applied to Florida Old Soldiers’ Home in Duval County in 1911 at age 73

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 214

Baxter, Milton

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/13/1863: enlisted at James Island, age 27

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

DOB: 7/23/1835; pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Beasley, George C.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Clerk

SERVICE RECORD

4/21/1861: enlisted in Co. F, 1st Regt. NC Volunteers in Cumberland County at age 21

11/12,13/1861: mustered out when company disbanded

3/1/1862: enlisted in 2nd Co. B, 36th Regt NC Troops

11/4/1863: transferred to Co. B, 13th Battalion NC Light Arty.

12/16/1863: transferred to Co. I, 51st Regt. N. C. Troops

9/30/1864: wounded in right shoulder at Ft. Harrison

10/26/1864: died of pneumonia in hospital at Richmond

NOTES

Resided at the Shemwell House in Fayetteville (1860 census)

REFERENCES: 2, 5, 18, 110, 126

Beasley, William Jackson

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/31/1862: enlisted in Brunswick Co. at age 30

5/4/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 52) in Wilmington for diarrhea

9/30/1864: killed at Ft. Harrison

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98

Bedwell, Alfred

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records show he served in this company

NOTES

Pension documents clearly state 51st Virginia

REFERENCES: 2,109

Bell, Elias

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Carpenter

SERVICE RECORD

10/6/1862: enlisted in Lenoir Co. at age 34

Nov/Dec, 1862: reported for duty

Aug, 1864: orderly for regimental officers’ horses for much of the time through this month

10/7/1864: captured near Richmond

10/29/1864: confined at Point Lookout

2/10/1865: paroled

2/14/1865: received at Cox’s Wharf, James River, for exchange; hospitalized in Richmond

2/23/1865: furloughed

NOTES

Born 1828

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Bell, Felix

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/28/1862: enlisted at Camp Morgan in Wilmington, age 28

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

2/17/1863: sick at Camp Whiting near Wilmington

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

6/3/1863: appointed commissary

Nov/Dec, 1863: sick in regimental hospital at Tarboro

Jan/Feb, 1864: transferred to Co. A, 2nd Regt Confederate Engineer Troops

NOTES

Soldier’s and widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 70, 109

Bell, James

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

5/26/1863: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 30

9/30/1863: captured at Ft. Harrison (unsubstantiated); probably killed

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Bell, Owen

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Onslow Co.

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/8/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 18

5/30/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 7, bed 124) in Wilmington for typhoid fever

8/20/1863: absent sick

12/5/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 5, bed 77) with ulcus

3/24/1864: transferred to another hospital

5/31/1864: returned to duty before this date; wounded at Cold Harbor

6/13/1864: died at Richmond of wounds

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 126

Bell, Richard Robert

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

1/18/1864: enlisted in Cumberland County at age 18

6/12/1864: wounded in left foot at Petersburg

9/30/1864: captured at Ft. Harrison

10/5/1864: confined at Point Lookout

1/17/1865: paroled at Point Lookout

1/21/1865: received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, for exchange

NOTES

Pension applications at [109]; photo at [112]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110, 112

Bell, Thomas

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/11/1863: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 38

5/4/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 120) in Wilmington for typhoid fever

5/11/1863: furloughed

12/5-11/1863: treated for icterus at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 125)

5/14/1864: wounded in abdomen at Drewry’s Bluff

7/19/1864: furloughed for 60 days

11/15/1864: retired to Invalid Corps

NOTES

Pension application states “shot through hip” at Drewry’s Bluff [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109

Bell, Walter Raleigh

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Captain

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Merchant

SERVICE RECORD

2/15/1862: appointed 1st Lieutenant at age 32

4/9/1863: promoted to Captain

5/31/1864: wounded in arm at Cold Harbor; arm amputated

11/4/1864: absent wounded through this date; retired to Invalid Corps

5/9/1865: paroled at Goldsboro

NOTES

Info from [68]: Walter Raleigh Bell; born 5/17/1829 in Taylors Bridge, Sampson Co.; died 5/18/1885 in Warsaw; lived in Bell/Jordan house in Warsaw; brother-in-law of Thomas Herring, also in Co. B; commended by Col. McKethan at Cold Harbor

REFERENCES: 2, 68, 134, 162

Bender, John L.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Jones Co.

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/5/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 31

Jul/Aug 1863: absent without leave

Sep/Oct 1863: returned to duty

5/16/1864: captured near Drewry’s Bluff

5/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

6/7/1864: released after joining U.S. Army (Co. K, 1st Regt U.S. Vol. Infantry)

NOTES

Married Mary J. Horn (b. 1833 or 1834 in Onslow County) on 1/21/1854 in New Hanover Co. and had three children: Daniel, Mary, and Martha; resided in Harnett Township of Wrightsville Beach after the war as a farm laborer and then a farmer; granted U. S. pension on March 14, 1892; wife, Mary J. Bender, applied for widow’s pension on April 3, 1903 (d. 10/4/1911, lived at 720 S. 6th Street, Wilmington)

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Bennett, Fleet S.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

4/25/1862: enlisted as Sergeant in Sampson Co. at age 25

Jul-Oct, 1862: absent sick in Sampson Co.

12/5/1862: discharged for poor health (bronchial inflammation that was possibly tuberculosis)

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Benton, Nelson

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Brunswick Co.

RESIDENCE: Brunswick Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

1/15/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 40

5/13/1864: wounded near Drewry’s Bluff

Sep, 1864: returned to duty

9/30/1864: wounded in back and ankle and captured at Ft. Harrison

NOTES

Date of first wound listed as 5/16/1864 in [161]

REFERENCES: 2, 161

Benton, Simeon T.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/1/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 27

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

Mar-Jun, 1863: absent sick and absent on guard duty

Jul/Aug, 1863: rejoined company

5/16/1864: wounded at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized in Richmond

6/17/1864: died of wounds

NOTES

Middle initial ‘T’ in [126]; listed as KIA on 5/16/1864 in [161]

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 58, 126, 161

Bessent, James H.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: South Carolina

RESIDENCE: Horry District, SC

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/9/1863: enlisted as Private at James Island, age23

Mar-May, 1863: promoted to Corporal

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

7/15/1864: killed in the Shohola train wreck

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 36, 110, 129

Best, Benjamin S.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/23/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 15

6/1/1864: wounded at Cold Harbor; died on same date

NOTES

Born 1847 [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Best, William R.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

2/13/1863: enlisted at age 21

7/15/1863: admitted to Wayside Hospital in Charleston with bruises

7/18/1863: returned to duty

9/30/1864: wounded in leg at Fort Harrison

11/1/1864: returned to duty prior to this date

1/4/1865: present through this date

5/24/1865: paroled at Goldsboro

NOTES

Born: 1842

REFERENCES: 2, 103, 110

Biggs, Henry Hugh

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 21

5/24-28/1862: treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 12) in Wilmington

5/28-6/22/1862: in Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 5, bed 11) for debility

Sep/Oct 1862: reported absent without leave

Jan/Feb 1863: returned to duty

12/6-26/1863: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 124) for debility

Mar 1863-Dec 1864:present and accounted for but was reported absent sick during most of this period

NOTES

Soldier’s and widow’s pension application at [109] under “Henry Hector” Biggs (error); “Hugh” in census records & Henry H. on death certificate; “Henry H.” on tombstone is for Henry Hector (different DOB & DOD)

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109, 110

Blackburn, Felix

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Bladen Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 32

9/20/1862: absent without leave

Nov/Dec, 1862: confined for desertion at Wilmington

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

2/6/1864: hospitalized at Petersburg

7/11/1864: deserted from hospital at Petersburg

9/1/1864: returned to duty before this date

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; born 1830

REFERENCES: 2, 70, 110

Blackburn, James Henry

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/29/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co, at age 17

5/27-31/1862: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 21) in Wilmington for chronic diarrhea

8/1/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 126) for intermittent fever

12/27/1863: deserted

3/1/1864: returned to duty before this date

6/17/1864: wounded near Petersburg

1/1/1865: present through this date

NOTES

Last name “Blackman” in [105]; pension application at [109] for “James Henry Blackburn”

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 105, 109

Blackburn, James R.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

6/6/1863: enlisted in New Hanover Co.

Feb, 1864: present through this month

May-Oct, 1864: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Blackburn, Resin

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Bladen Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/13/1862: enlisted at Smith’s Mill, age36

Sep/Oct, 1862: absent without leave

11/22/1862: shot and killed by Sampson Co. militia while attempting to arrest him

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Blackburn, Wade H.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Horry District, SC

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover County at age 27

6/26/1863: died of fever in Columbus Co.

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 58

Blackman, Alpha

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Tanner

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 30

9/1/1863: right arm “severely fractured” during bombardment of Sullivan’s Island; hospitalized at Mt. Pleasant; arm amputated

9/17/1863: died in hospital of “secondary hemorage”

NOTES

First name given as Atpha and age at death as 27 in [172]; “Alpha” in 1850 census and at [139]; last name “Blackmon” in [139]

REFERENCES: 2, 21, 40, 58, 110, 139, 172

Blackman, Dillen

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 18

5/1-10/1862: treated for syphilis at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 5, bed 11) in Wilmington

4/16/1864: furloughed for 60 days; returned to duty on an unspecified date

6/1/1864: wounded in the right arm at Cold Harbor

Jun-Dec, 1864: reported absent wounded

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110

Blackman, James B.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/10/1862: enlisted in New Hanover County at age 34

Nov/Dec, 1863: absent sick

Jan/Feb, 1864: returned to duty

May-Dec 1864: detached as hospital cook

NOTES

Last name “Blackmon” [139]; pension application at [109]; contracted chronic rheumatism during the war

REFERENCES: 2, 31, 109, 139

Blackman, John C.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 17

5/31/1864: wounded in the hand at Cold Harbor

Jun-Oct, 1864: reported absent wounded

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

1/18/1865: hospitalized at Raleigh with a gunshot wound in the hand

3/8/1865: transferred to another hospital

5/1/1865: paroled at Thomasville

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2

Blackman, McDaniel

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

4/27/1864: enlisted at Petersburg, VA, age 16

5/31/1864: wounded slightly at Cold Harbor

9/1/1864: returned to duty before this date

9/30/1864: wounded in shoulder and/or chest at Fort Harrison; hospitalized at Richmond

4/3/1865: captured in hospital at Richmond; paroled on unspecified later date

NOTES

Reported mortally wounded in left breast at Ft. Harrison [212]

REFERENCES: 2, 212

Blackman, William

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 48

5/20/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 in Wilmington for acute rheumatism and morbi cutis

5/24/1862: furloughed

May-Aug, 1863: absent sick

7/31/1863: admitted to Wayside Hospital in Charleston with intermittent fever

8/30/1863: transferred to hospital in Augusta

Sep-Dec, 1863: reported absent without leave

2/29/1864: discharged by reason of disability

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 103

Blackwell, Levi

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Bladen Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/11/1862: enlisted in New Hoanover Co. at age 16

4/17/1862: discharged, reason not recorded

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Blake, Alva Franklin

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/25/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 25

7/12/1863: accidentally wounded in arm; sent to Wayside Hospital in Charleston; transferred to hospital in Summerville

Dec, 1863: absent wounded through this month

Jan-Aug, 1864: detached as provost guard near Petersburg

9/30/1864: rejoined company prior to this date; captured at Fort Harrison

10/5/1864: confined at Point Lookout

3/17/1865: paroled at Point Lookout

3/19/1865: received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, for exchange

NOTES

Brother of John B., same company; pension and Soldier’s Home applications at [109]; admitted to Soldier’s Home on 9/1/1916, age 80, died 3/17/1917 & body shipped to Chadbourn [133]

REFERENCES: 2, 103, 109, 110, 133

Blake, John Beaty

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/4/1862: enlisted age 17 as Private

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent sick

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

May/Jun, 1863: absent sick

Jul/Aug, 1863: absent without leave

8/25/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 1, bed 70) in Wilmington for anemia

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

Mar-Jun, 1864: promoted to Corporal during this period

6/2/1864: wounded at Cold Harbor; struck by spent cannon ball in right breast, breaking collar bone and

several ribs

Aug, 1864: absent wounded through this month

Sep/Oct, 1864: detached to brigade quartermaster

12/13/1864: absent without leave

NOTES

Pension application at [109]; brother of Alva, same company; witnessed Soldier’s Home application for Alva Blake

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 58, 98, 109, 110

Blalock, Hardy

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 46

Aug, 1862: present through this month

Sep/Oct, 1862: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1862: returned to duty

Apr, 1863: present through this month

May-Aug, 1863: absent sick in hospital

9/10-18/1863: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 7, bed 262) in Wilmington for diarrhea

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

8/16/1864: present until hospitalized with intermittent fever at Richmond on this date

9/22/1864: furloughed for 30 days

11/20/1864: absent without leave

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110

Blanchard, David Jones

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted as Private in New Hanover Co., age 46

8/26/1864: promoted to Cpl.

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Pension application at [109]; photo & family info at [108], “David J. Blanchard” on tombstone

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 109, 139

Blanchard, Henry

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Harnett Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/17/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 30

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 112

Blanks, James W.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 18

5/2-19/1862: at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 7) in Wilmington with bronchitis

12/3/1863: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1864: returned to duty

5/16/1864: wounded in shoulder at Drewry’s Bluff; “wounded by a blow by the side of left shoulder by a bombshell knocking him senseless” [109]; hospitalized at Richmond

6/23/1864: returned to duty

Jul-Dec, 1864: present or accounted for.

NOTES

Obit in “The Robesonian”, 2/8/1912, Baptist minister after the war; DOB: 4/12/1847 [108]; soldier’s and widow’s pension applications at [109]; photo & family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 108, 109, 203

Blanton, Enoch

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Horry District, SC

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/29/1861: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry in Duplin County at age 29

4/15/1862: transferred to Co. G, 51st Regt. NC Troops

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: sick at home

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

7/18/1863: killed at Battery Wagner; taken to Wayside Hospital and buried from there

NOTES

Born 1832 [99]; brother of Moses, Co. C; widow’s pension applications in 1885 & 1901 at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 52, 99, 103, 109, 110

Blanton, John W.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/6/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 18

7/13/1864: present until he died from fever on this date in hospital at Richmond

NOTES

Born: 1843 [126]

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 126

Blanton, Joseph James

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/19/1861: enlisted in Co. D, 13th NC Battalion in Duplin County at age 39

4/15/1862: transferred to Co. G, 51st Regt. NC Troops

7/18/1863: wounded at Battery Wagner

9/1/1863: returned to duty prior to this date

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

1/18/1865: died at Elmira from variloa

NOTES

James Joseph Blanton [19]; middle name “James,” born 1822 [215]

REFERENCES: 2, 19, 110, 111, 215

Blanton, Moses

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/29/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age34

NOTES

Brother of Enoch, Co. G; witnessed Enoch’s widow’s pension application (see next record for Moses Blanton)

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110, 150

Blanton, Moses

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/15/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 39

7/18/1863: wounded slightly at Battery Wagner

9/1/1863: returned to duty prior to this date

Jun, 1864: wounded in Virginia during this month

9/1/1864: returned to duty before this date

Sep-Dec, 1864: present during this period

NOTES

Probably the same Moses as the one who enlisted in Co. C on 3/29/1862. Enlisted in Co. C, then went to Wilmington and enlisted again in Co. G? Brother of Enoch, Co. G; moved to Duplin Co. after the war (see previous record for Moses Blanton.

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110, 150

Blayluff, M. M.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

5/21/1863: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington

5/28/1863: deserted

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Blount, James W.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co.

4/21/1862: absent without leave

NOTES

May have served previously in another company (no other company identified in [131])

REFERENCES: 2, 131

Blue, Daniel

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

11/12/1863: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 19

5/16/1864: wounded at Drewry’s Bluff; died of wounds

NOTES

Born 1844 [2]; brother of William, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Blue, William J.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/8/1862: appointed 2nd Lieutenant of 24th Regt NC Militia

4/21/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. as Private in Co. I, 51st Regt. NC Troops; age 27

Nov/Dec, 1862: promoted to Corporal

Jul-Oct, 1863: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

9/30/1864: wounded in chest and captured at Ft. Harrison; hospitalized at Ft. Monroe

10/15/1864: died of wounds

NOTES

Brother of Daniel, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 105, 110 131

Bolton, Henry Harrison

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/21/1862: enlisted as Private in Cumberland Co. at age 23

7/1/1862: promoted to Cpl. before this date

7/25/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 1, bed 82) in Wilmington with rheumatism

10/1/1863: promoted to Sgt.

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

6/1/1864: wounded at Cold Harbor

8/19/1864: captured near Globe Tavern

8/22/1864: confined at Point Lookout

3/14/1865: paroled at Point Lookout

3/16/1865: received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, for exchange

NOTES

DOB: 8/9/1841; brother of John & Peter, same company; family info at [108], “Henry H. Bolton” on tombstone

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 105, 108, 110, 112

Bolton, John R.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/21/1863: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 17

Sep/Oct, 1864: sick in hospital at Richmond

12/20/1864: returned to duty

12/25/1864: absent sick

3/12/1865: captured near Fayetteville

3/30/1865: confined at Point Lookout

5/1/1865: died of catarrhus at Point Lookout

NOTES

Brother to Henry & Peter, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 110, 111

Bolton, Peter Lee

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

9/21/1863: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 20

May-Oct, 1864: sick in hospital at Fayetteville

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

3/12/1865: captured near Fayetteville

3/30/1865: confined at Point Lookout

6/24/1865: released at Point Lookout after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

DOB: 3/20/1842; pension application at [109]; brother of Henry & John, same company; family info at [108], “Peter L. Bolton” on tombstone

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 109, 110

Boon, David M.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/29/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 21

7/24/1862: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 31) in Wilmington with rheumatism

8/4/1862: furloughed

Apr, 1863: absent sick through this month

5/8/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 8, bed 101) for rheumatism

May/Jun, 1863: returned to duty

May-Aug, 1864: sick in hospital at Petersburg

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109

Boon, Jackson

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Nash Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 34

9/30/1864: slightly wounded in thigh at Fort Harrison

5/9/1865: paroled at Goldsboro

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Boon, John H.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/1/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 28

8/19/1864: wounded in right leg and captured at Globe Tavern

11/23/1864: confined at Old Capitol Prison after staying in various hospitals

12/16/1864: transferred to Elmira

3/10/1865: paroled

3/15/1865: received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, for exchange

NOTES

Pension applications for “J. H. Boon” at [109]: shot in leg and back at Reams Station

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Boon, Joseph F.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/17/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 15

Feb, 1864: present through this month

May/Aug, 1864: absent on detail as hospital nurse in Richmond

9/30/1864: returned to duty prior to this date; wounded at Fort Harrison

Dec, 1864: absent wounded/sick through this month

NOTES

Applied for pension in Arkansas in 1901; born 1847 [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 120

Boon, William

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Halifax Co.

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 41

7/18/1863: killed at Battery Wagner

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Boon, William R.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: 3rd Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Apprentice Tinsmith

SERVICE RECORD

4/17/1861: enlisted as Private in Co. H, 1st Regt. NC Volunteers in Cumberland County at age 19

11/12-13/1861: mustered out when company disbanded

3/7/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. as 1st Sergeant in Co. D, 51st Regt. NC Troops

6/6/1864: hospitalized at Richmond with gunshot wound

7/25/1864: promoted to 3rd Lt.

8/19/1864: captured near Globe Tavern

8/22/1864: confined at Old Capitol Prison in Washington

8/27/1864: transferred to Ft. Delaware

6/17/1865: released at Ft. Delaware after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 5, 110

Boone, James W.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/19/1862: enlisted in Ropbeson Co. at age 18

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

6/18/1865: released at Elmira after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Pension applications at [109]; in list of surviving veterans printed in “The Robesonian” on 5/8/1919

REFERENCES: 2, 103, 109

Boone, John Alston Davis

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Clerk

SERVICE RECORD

7/7/1862: enlisted as Private in Cumberland Co. at age 22

5/4-6/1/1863: in Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 20) at Wilmington for debility

Jul/Aug, 1863: promoted to Corporal

1/28/1864: reduced to ranks

May-Aug, 1864: promoted to Sergeant

6/20/1864: hospitalized at Farmville, VA with debility

7/27/1864: furloughed for 60 days

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

10/19/1864: reduced to ranks

10/27/1864: promoted to Sgt.

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

DOB: 8/22/1839; family info at [108]; “John A. D. Boone” on tombstone; certified Samson Hawley’s widow’s pension application (1885) and Alexander Anderson’s Soldier’s Home application (1902)

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 108, 130

Boone, Sampson

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: 1st Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. as Corporal, age 24

Sep/Oct, 1862: promoted to Sergeant

Jul/Aug, 1863: sick in hospital at Wilmington

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

12/5-11/1863: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 1, bed 3) in Wilmington for debility

March-May, 1864: promoted to 1st Sgt. during this period

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

11/24/1864: died of variola at Elmira

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 111

Bostick, Daniel

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

4/21/1862: enlisted at age 17

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Bostick, Daniel J.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/20/1861: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry in Duplin County at age 21

4/15/1862: transferred to Co. C, 51st Regt. NC Troops

7/14-20/1863: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 55) in Wilmington for bilious fever

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

7/3/1865: released at Elmira after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Brother of David R., same company; last name spelled “Bostic” in pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 98, 109, 110

Bostick, David R.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/15/1861: enlisted in 1st Co. C, 12th Regt. NC Troops

11/18/1861: mustered out when company disbanded

12/20/1861: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry

4/15/1862: transferred to Co. C, 51st Regt NC Troops at age 23

5/16/1864: wounded in hand at Drewry’s Bluff; finger amputated; hospitalized at Richmond

6/3/1864: furloughed for 60 days

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

5/1/1865: paroled at Greensboro

NOTES

Brother of Daniel J., same company

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 110

Bostick, Elijah

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

3/30/1863: enlisted in Duplin Co.

7/18/1863: killed at Battery Wagner

NOTES

Tribute in “Wilmington Journal” of August 27, 1863

REFERENCES: 2, 149

Boswell, Amos

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/1/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 25

Nov/Dec, 1862: jailed in Wilmington for desertion

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

9/17/1863: died at Mt. Pleasant, SC; cause of death not reported

NOTES

Age 29 at death [139]

REFERENCES: 2, 70, 139

Bowden, William B.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/15/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. as Private at age 25

4/30/1862: promoted to Sergeant

7/18/1863: wounded in head at Battery Wagner

7/19/1863: admitted to Trapman Street Hospital in Charleston

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

5/31/1864: wounded at Cold Harbor

9/1/1864: returned to duty before this date

Dec, 1864: present through this date

5/23/1865: paroled at Goldsboro

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 52, 70

Bowen, George W.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

5/2/1862: enlisted at Camp Morgan in Wilmington

6/24-7/3/1862: treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 30) in Wilmington

May-Jul, 1864: wounded slightly during this period

8/19/1864: captured at Globe Tavern

8/22/1864: confined at Point Lookout

3/14/1865: paroled

3/16/1865: received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, for exchange

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98

Bowman, Henry

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

10/21/1864: deserted to the enemy

10/22/1864: released after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Date and place of enlistment not reported; cannot locate in census

REFERENCES: 2

Boyer, Daniel

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate he served with this company

NOTES

“Va” is written above “NC” on the pension application and on the outside fold. Served in 51st Virginia.

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Boyette, John Ankrum, Sr.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Student

SERVICE RECORD

3/17/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 15

Dec, 1863: present through this month

Jan/Feb, 1864: duty as provost guard at Petersburg

6/1/1864: wounded in left hand (lost part of finger) at Cold Harbor

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

5/8/1865: paroled at Goldsboro

NOTES

Pension applications at [109]; born 1847 [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Boykin, Solomon

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: 2nd Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Physician

SERVICE RECORD

3/3/1862: enlisted as Sergeant in Co. I, 46th Regt NC Troops in Sampson County at age 35

6/12/1862: appointed 2nd Lt and transferred to Co. K, 51st Regt. N. C. Troops

12/17/1862: wounded by exploding shell at Goldsboro

12/18/1862: died of wounds (died 1/11/1863 in [135])

NOTES

Born 1827 [99]; obit in “Wilmington Journal”, 1/6/1863; “Brave officer and good man” Fayetteville Observer, 1/12/1863 [2]; tribute published on 1/8/1863 in “Wilmington Journal”; may be buried in Sampson Co. [see 99]; photo at [99]; purchased a plow and 8 pigs at an estate sale in 1860

REFERENCES: 1, 2, 51, 99, 110, 135, 203

Bradshaw, Daniel J.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/26/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 24

2/23/1863-6/30/1863: on detached duty building signal houses near Charleston

Jul-Oct, 1863: on detail under Lt. Young “in charge of torpedoes” at Mount Pleasant, SC

Nov/Dec, 1863: rejoined unit

Jan/Feb, 1864: on duty as provost guard at Petersburg

5/31/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/8/1864: confined at Point Lookout

8/16/1864: transferred to Elmira

10/11/1864: paroled at Elmira

10/26/1864: died of chronic diarrhea in hospital at Baltimore before he could be exchanged

NOTES

Family info at [108]; widow’s pension at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 7, 108, 109

Bradshaw, John T.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/23/1862: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 27

12/17/1862: wounded slightly at Goldsboro

Feb, 1864: present through this month

May-Dec, 1864: on detached service (unspecified)

NOTES

Rank given as Corporal in [143]; widow’s pension application at [109]; “husband had his thumb shot off during the war”

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 143

Bradshaw, Moses L.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/3/1862: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 27

Jul/Aug, 1863: sick in hospital at Charleston

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

1/6/1864: absent without leave

7/25/1864: returned to duty

9/30/1864: wounded in thigh (left hip) at Ft. Harrison

11/21/1864: returned to duty

NOTES

DOB: 3/7/1831; family info at [112]; pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 112

Bradshaw, S. T.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate he served with this company (widow’s pension)

NOTES

See John T. Bradshaw. Typo on outside fold of widow’s application, “S.T.” instead of “J.T.”; application states she is the widow of J.T. Bradshaw

REFERENCES: 2,109

Brammer, T. P.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indiacte he served in this company

NOTES

“NC” on the application is crossed out and “Va” written in . Served in 51st Virginia.

REFERENCES: 2,109

Branch, Alcey

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/19/1862: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 28

12/17/1862: severely wounded at Goldsboro

Jan/Feb, 1862: returned to duty

7/18/1863: wounded at Battery Wagner; hospitalized in Charleston

7/28/1863: died of wounds at Charleston

NOTES

First name given as Alvy in [52]

REFERENCES: 2, 52, 143

Branch, Amon Judson

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/1/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington, age 20

6/24-7/5/1862: treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 20) in Wilmington

7/18/1863: wounded in the right arm at Battery Wagner

9/1/1863: returned to duty prior to this date

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined to Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

7/3/1865: released at Elmira after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Middle name “Judson” [139]; soldier’s and widow’s pensions at [109]; brother of Ethemore, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109, 110, 139

Branch, Ethemore T. C.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington, age 18

7/18/1863: wounded at Battery Wagner

9/1/1863: returned to duty prior to this date

Sep, 1863 – Dec, 1864: present or accounted for

NOTES

Survived the war; widow’s pension application at [109]; brother of Amon, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Branch, James G.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: 1st Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/15/1862: elected 2nd Lieutenant at age 39

4/30/1862: promoted to 1st Lt.

12/17/1862: commanded company at Goldsboro; wounded slightly

1/15/1863: published notice to his debtors demanding payment

2/9/1863: absent on recruiting duty in Duplin County

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

12/23/1863: resigned because of wife’s illness and personal health

1/21/1864: resignation accepted

NOTES

Elected as state representative in 1860; defeated for re-election in 1862

REFERENCES: 2, 143, 146, 153

Branch, Talton D.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington, age 29

Jun-Oct, 1862: present or accounted for but was reported absent sick during most of this period

12/10/1862: reported absent without leave

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

5/28-6/3/1863: treated for diarrhea at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 62) in Wilmington

Nov/Dec, 1864: reported absent without leave.

NOTES

Survived the war; name listed as “D. Branch” in [98]; widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109

Branch, Thomas E.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/15/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 42

7/28/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 22) in Wilmington for remittent fever

5/29/1863: deserted

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110

Breece, Joseph

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/20/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 35

8/14/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 35) in Wilmington for abcessus

5/16/1864: wounded in left hip at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized at Richmond

6/22/1864: furloughed for 60 days

9/1/1864: returned to duty before this date

9/30/1864: captured at Fort Harrison (unsubstantiated); probably killed

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 138

Brewer, Jesse A., Jr.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 18

12/17/1862: wounded seriously at Goldsboro

1/1/1863: returned to duty prioir to this date

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

6/20/1864: released after joining U.S. Army; assigned to Company I, 1st Regt U.S. Vol. Infantry

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 143

Brewer, John C.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted at age 18

4/10/1862: discharged for unspecified reason

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Brewer, Richard

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 24

8/3/1863: reported absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1864: listed as deserter and dropped from company rolls

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Brewer, William

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 25

4/22-4/29/1862: treated for nose bleeds at Confederate Hospital #4 in Wilmington

5/4-10/1862: treated for nose bleeds at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 14)

12/18/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 for neuralgia

1/7/1863: furloughed

7/18/1863: reported killed at Battery Wagner

5/16/1864: wounded in right shoulder (“minnie ball entering into right side of his neck and passing through his right shoulder”) at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized at Richmond

6/16/1864: furloughed for 40 days

Nov/Dec 1864: returned to duty

NOTES

Family info at [108]; married on 3/10/1864 to Mary Brewer [135]; reported “mortally” wounded at Drewry’s Bluff [161]; 1886 pension application at [110]; 1902 and 1905 pension applications at [109 & 110]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 108, 109, 110, 135, 150, 161

Bright, Samuel F.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 29

6/6-10/1862: treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 2) in Wilmington

8/1-21/1862: treated for acute diarrhea at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 11)

8/2/1862: furloughed

May/Jun, 1863: sick in hospital at Wilmington

Jul/Aug, 1863: returned to duty

1/17/1864: died of typhoid fever in hospital at Petersburg

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 56, 98

Brigman, Alexander B.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Marion District, SC

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 23

5/3-7/1862: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 33) in Wilmington for jaundice

8/7/1863: reported absent without leave

Jan/Feb 1864: listed as deserter and dropped from company rolls

NOTES

Soldier’s and widow’s pensions at [109]; brother of Wellington, this company

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109, 110

Brigman, Wellington

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Marion District, SC

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 22

Sep/Oct, 1862: deserted

12/12/1862: apprehended

12/15/1862: deserted or escaped

1/17/1863: $30 reward offered for apprehension

Jan-Jun, 1863: present or accounted for

8/7/1863: reported absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1864: listed as deserter

1/6/1864: hospitalized with pneumonia at Petersburg

1/29/1864: returned to duty

4/20/1864: deserted from hospital at Petersburg

3/11/1865: turned himself over to Federal authorities at Fayetteville; sent to Ft. Monroe

4/5/1865: released at Ft. Monroe after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Brother of Alexander, this company

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 216

Brinkley, J. B.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate that he served with this company. Pension application filed in New Hanover Co. (1916). Born in 1844. Enlisted on 11/15/1862 as a drummer boy, but took up a musket at Petersburg and was wounded (lost part of hand). Also injured at Battery Wagner. Captured and jailed at end of war while at home on parole. Application witnessed by Dr. W. D. McMillan, who served in the 51st Regt. NCT.

NOTES

Likely served in this regiment; listed as member of Cape Fear Camp #254 of the UCV as veteran of 51st NCT, Co. G

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 200

Brinson, John

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

4/15/1861: enlisted as Private in 1st Co. C, 12th Regt. NC Troops in Duplin County at age 20

11/18/1861: mustered out when company disbanded

12/10/1861: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry in New Hanover County

4/15/1862: transferred to Co. A, 51st Regt. NC Troops as Private

8/19/1864: captured near Globe Tavern; confined at Point Lookout

3/14/1865: paroled and exchanged

NOTES

Soldier’s & widow’s pension applications at [109]; Dr. Brinson after the war

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 109

Brinson, John H.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Horry District, SC

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/2/1862: enlisted in Co. H, 51st Regt. NC Troops in New Hanover Co., age 26

5/6-11/1862: treated for laryngitis at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 17) in Wilmington

12/29/1862: sick in Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 19)  with catarrhus

1/7/1863: furloughed

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

7/11-23/1863: treated for diarrhea at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 97)

5/16/1864-6/1/1864: wounded slightly at Petersburg sometime during this period

8/9/1864: transferred to Co. K, 26th Regt SC Infantry

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98

Brinson, Joseph

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: York District, SC

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 22

4/7-15/1862: treated for parotitis at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 1) in Wilmington

5/7/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 with morbi cutis

5/25/1862: furloughed

Sep/Oct, 1862: hospitalized at Raleigh

12/1/1862: discharged for imbecility

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Britt, Archibald

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/9/1863: enlisted at Charleston, age 24

6/9-13/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 18) in Wilmington for diarrhea

7/10-27/1863: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 189) for rheumatism

Mar/1863-Dec/1864: present or accounted for

NOTES

Brother to Caswell, this company; widow’s pension application at [109]; DOB: 3/3/1839; family info and obituary at [112]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 108, 109, 110, 112

Britt, Calvin C.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/9/1863: enlisted at Charleston, age 31

6/9-14/1863: treated for rheumatism at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 16) in Wilmington

5/14/1864: killed in action at Drewry’s Bluff

NOTES

Brother of Labon, same company; family info at [226]; listed as KIA on 5/16/1864 in [161]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 99, 108, 161, 226

Britt, Caswell

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/9/1863: enlisted at Charleston, age 19

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

7/17/1864: arrived at Elmira

7/3/1865: released at Elmira after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

DOB: 1/25/1844; brother of Archibald, this company; photo & family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 108

Britt, Joel

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington

10/21/1864: died of pneumonia in hospital at Richmond

NOTES

Bastardy Bond at [145]

REFERENCES: 2, 145

Britt, John J.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington, age 27

May, 1862 – Dec, 1864: present or accounted for

NOTES

Soldier’s & widow’s pension applications at [109]; pension records indicate that he was wounded in the right hand at Drewry’s Bluff on May 14, 1864 (also appeared in casualty list in [185])

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110, 185

Britt, Labon

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/25/1863: enlisted in Wilmington at age 36

8/29/1863: died at or near Charleston; cause of death not reported.

NOTES

Name given as N. Britt in [52]; probate file at [110]; widow’s pension application at [109]; burial place incorrectly listed as Confederate Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, SC in [108]; brother of Calvin Britt, this company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 52, 108, 109, 110

Broadhurst, John C., Sr.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Physician

SERVICE RECORD

3/15/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington as Sergeant, age 39

Sep/Oct, 1862: reduced to ranks

Dec, 1864: present and accounted for through this month

NOTES

Served as hospital nurse for most of enlistment; witnessed Abraham Southerland’s widow’s pension application & signed “John C. Broadhurst, Sr.”

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Brock, David W.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/31/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 32

5/20/1864: seriously wounded in body at Bermuda Hundred

5/31/1864: died in hospital at Petersburg

NOTES

May have been born in Sampson or Duplin Co.

REFERENCES: 2, 103, 105, 110, 128, 160

Brock, G. T.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

5/22/1865: paroled at Goldsboro

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Brogden, William L.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Marion District, SC

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 27

11/1/1862: reported absent without leave

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

8/21/1863: deserted

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

5/31/1864: wounded at Cold Harbor; hospitalized at Richmond

6/16/1864: died of wounds.

NOTES

Middle initial “L.” in [162]

REFERENCES: 2, 126, 162

Bronson, Charles Hotchkiss

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

1/11/1862: appointed 1st Lieutenant of 24th Regt NC Militia

3/29/1862: enlisted in 51st Regt NCT as Cpl. In Duplin Co., age 22

Aug, 1862: present through this month

Sep/Oct, 1862: dropped from company rolls for unspecified reason

NOTES

DOB: 10/2/1839; brother of Julian & Julius, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 112, 132

Bronson, Julian J.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

1/11/1862: appointed 2nd Lieutenant of 24th Regt NC Militia

3/29/1862: enlisted in 51st Regt. NCT in Sampson Co. at age 19

Jul/Oct, 1862: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1862: discharged after providing a substitute

NOTES

DOB: 6/20/1844; brother of Charles & Julius, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 112, 132

Bronson, Julius J.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/19/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 19

8/5/1862: died at Camp French near Wilmington (tombstone says Fort Strong); cause of death not reported

NOTES

Brother of Julian & Charles, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 112

Brooks, H. C.

COMPANY: Staff

RANK: Chaplain

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

6/2/1862: appointed Chaplain

Jul, 1862: reported absent sick through this month

9/1/1862: resigned prior to this date

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Brooks, John B.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Mechanic

SERVICE RECORD

3/2/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. as Sgt, age 19

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/17/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

2/20/1865: paroled at Elmira; transferred to James River for exchange

3/3/1865: hospitalized at Wilmington

3/11/1865: furloughed

NOTES

Age 14 at enlistment in [2]; signature in father’s probate file [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Brothers, John R.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/11/1862: enlisted in Burgaw at age 16

4/26-27/1862: treated for catarrhus at Confederate Hospital #4 in Wilmington

5/20/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 1, bed 2) for mumps

5/26/1862: furloughed

5/4/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 7, bed 40) for phthisis pulmonalis

6/17/1864: wounded in left hand near Petersburg

6/28/1864: returned to duty

9/22/1864: wounded at Petersburg; hospitalized at Richmond

9/24/1864: died of wounds

NOTES

Born: 1845 [126]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 126

Brown, Archibald

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1862: enlisted at age 34

5/27-6/10/1862: treated for dyspepsia at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 7) in Wilmington

6/21/1862: discharged for poor health

3/3/1863: reenlisted

May-Oct, 1863: absent sick

6/19/1863: treated for dysentery and jaundice at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 24)

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110

Brown, Council L.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 18

6/16/1862: died of fever at Camp Davis, near Wilmington

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 58,  112, 139

Brown, George Moore

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted as Private in New Hanover Co. at age 29

6/1/1862: promoted to Corporal

Sep/Oct, 1862: promoted to Sergeant

12/17/1862: wounded slightly at Goldsboro

1/1/1863: returned to duty before this date

6/16/1864: captured at Petersburg

6/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/9/1864: transferred to Elmira

2/25/1865: paroled at Elmira; transferred to James River for exchange

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 143

Brown, George W.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Shoemaker

SERVICE RECORD

2/24/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 29

10/9/1862-12/31/1862: absent sick

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

May-Jul, 1864: wounded slightly during this period

12/28/1864: absent without leave

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Brown, James Arthur

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Shoemaker

SERVICE RECORD

2/15/1862: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 24

6/25-7/8/1862: treated for continuous fever at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 19) in Wilmington

12/17/1862: wounded seriously by a shell at Goldsboro; hospitalized in Wilson

3/1/1863: returned to duty prior to this date

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

11/29/1864: died of pneumonia at Elmira

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 36, 98, 111

Brown, Kilby

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/3/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 34

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

Feb, 1864: present through this month

May-October, 1864: assigned duty as company cook

Nov/Dec, 1864: detached to General Hoke’s headquarters

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Brown, Owen Tyler

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/11/1863: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 18

Jun, 1863: present through this month

Jul/Aug, 1863: sick in hospital at Charleston

9/29/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 138) in Wilmington with intermittent fever

10/2/1863: deserted

11/1/1863: returned to duty prior to this date

May-Jul, 1864: wounded slightly during this period

NOTES

Middle name “Tyler” in [108], “O. T. Brown” on tombstone; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 108

Brown, Peter B.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

10/29/1864: enlisted at age 42

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 108

Browning, Samuel J.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/26/1862: transferred to this company at age 49 from 13th Batt. NC Infantry

12/18/1862-1/15/1863: treated for chronic rheumatism at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 10) in Wilmington

May, 1863: absent sick through this month

6/13/1863: discharged because of old age, piles, and eye inflammation

NOTES

Age 37 in 1850 census

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110

Bryan, King

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

10/3/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 20

Jul, 1864: present through this month

8/19/1864: captured near Globe Tavern (unsubstantiated); probably killed

NOTES

Born: 1842, last name “Bryant” (1850 census)

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Bryan, Levi

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

10/6/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 22

11/22/1862-10/31/1863: detached as courier for General Clingman

5/5/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 7, bed 195) in Wilmington for pneumonia

Nov/Dec, 1863: rejoined company

May-Oct, 1864: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

Jan-May, 1865: served with unit until surrender [109]

NOTES

Pension application and death certificate at [110]; photo of tombstone at [112]; DOB: 5/21/1840; became Baptist minister after the war

REFERENCES: 2, 98. 109, 110, 112

Bryant, Aldridge M.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

10/20/1864: enlisted in Cumberland Co.

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Bryant, Nicholas F.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Carpenter

SERVICE RECORD

3/3/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. as Private, age 23

7/1/1862: promoted to Corporal

10/14/1862: reduced to ranks

10/28/1862: hospitalized at Goldsboro

12/5/1862: detailed to work on gunboats

Jan/Feb, 1863: dropped from rolls

NOTES

First name “Nickolas” in [112]; Born: Jan, 1837

REFERENCES: 2, 112

Bryant, Travis S.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/5/1863: enlisted in Cumberland Co., age 35

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

7/15/1864: killed in train wreck at Shohola

NOTES

“Travers S. Bryant” in [36], “Travis” in census

REFERENCES: 2, 36, 129

Buck, Benjamin

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Carteret Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/23/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 21

9/25/1863: detailed as oarsman on ration boat at Charleston

Nov, 1863: returned to company

6/1/1864: wounded in left knee at Cold Harbor; hospitalized at Richmond

10/1/1864: returned to duty

10/6/1864: hospitalized at Richmond for wounds and diarrhea

12/27/1864: returned to duty

NOTES

Pension application at [110] in Pamlico Co. (1901); wounded in left testicle at Gaines Mill (Cold Harbor)

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 110

Buffkin, Elias J.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/14/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 22

4/23/1863: furloughed for sickness and died at home in Columbus Co. the same night he arrived

NOTES

Widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Buie, Daniel McDuffie

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/6/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 20

May-Aug, 1864: absent sick

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

DOB: 8/7/1842; photo at [99] & [108]; pension application (never wounded) at [109]; grave marker also in Coss Creek Cemetery #1 with DOD 6/10/1905 [see 99], both tombstones list middle name as “McD.”; brother of Malcolm, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 99, 108, 109, 110, 112

Buie, George McD.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/14/1864: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 18

10/23/1864: hospitalized at Richmond with chronic diarrhea

12/1/1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

3/11/1865: captured near Fayetteville

3/30/1865: confined at Point Lookout

6/4/1865: released at Point Lookout after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Survived the war; brother of John, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Buie, John Rebecca

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/5/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. as Private, age 28

7/1/1862: promoted to Sergeant before this date

9/1/1862: reduced to rank of Corporal before this date

Sep/Oct, 1862: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1862: returned to duty

Mar/Apr, 1863: promoted to Sgt.

5/16/1864: wounded in left arm “near the shoulder by minnie ball” at Drewry’s Bluff

Oct, 1864: absent wounded through this month

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

DOB: 11/15/1836; soldier’s & widow’s pension applications at [109]; brother of George, same company; photo & family info at [108], middle initial “R.” on tombstone

REFERENCES: 2, 105, 108, 109, 110

Buie, Malcolm James, Jr.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

9/27/1863: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 19

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; DOB: 1/20/1844; brother to Daniel, same company; family info at [108], middle initial “J.” on tombstone; widow’s pension application at [109] is for different Malcolm Buie

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 109

Buie, Malcolm James, Sr.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/31/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 61

7/11-14/1863: treated for debility at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 36) in Wilmington

8/18/1863: on sick furlough for 30 days

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

5/20/1864: wounded at Bermuda Hundred; hospitalized at Petersburg

5/29/1864: furloughed; returned to duty on unspecified date

8/9/1864: hospitalized at Richmond with debility

8/25/1864: furloughed

Sep-Dec, 1864: hospitalized at Fayetteville

3/11/1865: captured at Fayetteville

3/30/1865: confined at Point Lookout

6/24/1865: released at Point Lookout after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

DOB: 3/8/1801; father of Daniel & Malcom Jr., same company

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 108, 110, 114

Bullard, Doget

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

5/26/1862: transferred to this company from Co A, 31st Regt. NCT; failed to report for duty; dropped from rolls

NOTES

Cannot locate in census

REFERENCES: 2

Bullard, Giles M.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

7/8/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 27

Dec, 1864: present through this month; detached to regimental quartermaster (possibly as a teamster) for much of the period

NOTES

Survived the war; born: 1835; widow’s pension application at [109]; family info at [112]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 112

Bullard, John J.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

3/24/1864: enlisted at Petersburg

Apr-Dec 1864: present or accounted for

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Bullard, William H., Sr.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/21/1863: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington, age 33

8/8/1863: sick in hospital at Charleston

8/18/1863: furloughed for 30 days

9/18/1863: absent without leave

Mar/Apr, 1864: returned to duty

5/15/1864: wounded in thigh (flesh wound) at Drewry’s Bluff

Jun, 1864: returned to duty

9/30/1864: wounded in left side (flesh wound) at Fort Harrison

Dec, 1864: reported absent wounded through this month

NOTES

Pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Bullock, Atlas

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/24/1861: enlisted in 1st Co. D, 12th Regt. NC Troops in Robeson County at age 23

12/16/1861: present until company disbanded

5/12/1862: enlisted in Co. E, 51st Regt. NC Troops

Jun, 1862 – Dec, 1864: present or accounted for

NOTES

Survived the war; widow’s pension application at [109]; brother to Davis, John L., Joseph, Michael & William, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 109, 110

Bullock, Charles Baker

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/24/1861: enlisted in 1st Co. D, 12th Regt. NC Troops in Robeson County at age 20

12/16/1861: present until company disbanded

5/1/1862: enlisted in Co. F, 51st Regt. NC Troops at Nichols Depot, SC

May-Aug 1862: absent sick

Sep/Oct 1862: returned to duty

5/16/1864: wounded in thigh (flesh wound) at Drewry’s Bluff

9/1/1864: returned to duty before this date

Sep/Oct 1864: absent wounded

Nov/Dec 1864: returned to duty; present or accounted for through Dec, 1864

NOTES

Witnessed Robert Jones’ widow’s pension application; brother of Colon & Henry, same regiment

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 109, 110

Bullock, Colon Eli

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington, age 29

9/30/1864: wounded in hand at Fort Harrison

Oct, 1864: reported absent wounded for entire month

Nov/Dec, 1864: reported absent without leave

NOTES

Survived the war; DOB: 4/30/1833; brother of Henry & Charles, Co. F; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 110

Bullock, Davis

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate he served with this company. Pension application filed in Robeson Co.(1923). Born 1848 (1849 in 1850 census). Application witnessed by A. B. Small (50th Regt. NCT). Brother of Atlas, John L., Joseph, Michael, and William of Company E. No other units identified for this soldier.

NOTES

Likely served in this regiment

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110, 131

Bullock, Henry Johnson

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 31

5/19-23/1962: treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 14) in Wilmington

7/8/1862: died of typhoid fever at Camp Davis near Wilmington

NOTES

Brother of Colon & Charles, this regiment

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 108, 110

Bullock, Jesse

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 19

5/21/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 1, bed 28) in Wilmington for rubeola

5/16/1864: killed at Drewry’s Bluff

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 161

Bullock, John L.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted in Co. E, 51st Regt. NC Troops at Camp Holmes in Wilmington, age18

10/31/1862: present through this date; discharged on unspecified date; reason not reported

6/15/1863: reenlisted in Co. E

8/20/1863: admitted to Wayside Hospital in Charleston for fever

8/21/1863:  transferred to General College Hospital #2 in Columbia

10/21/1863: absent without leave

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

6/17/1864: wounded in hand at Petersburg

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; born: 1844; brother to Atlas, Davis, Joseph, Michael & William, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 103, 110

Bullock, John Walter

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 34

5/5-6/5/1864: wounded during this period

9/12/1864: hospitalized at Wilmington with debility

12/9/1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: reported present through entire month

NOTES

Survived the war; DOB: 5/2/1828; brother to Meredith, this company; photo & family info at [226]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 110, 185, 226

Bullock, Joseph H.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/24/1861: enlisted in 1st Co. D, 12th Regt. NC Troops in Robeson County at age 19

12/16/1861: present until company disbanded

5/12/1862: enlisted in Co. E, 51st Regt. N. C. Troops, as Private

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

6/1/1863: promoted to Corporal

Mar-Aug, 1864: promoted to Sergeant

9/30/1864: wounded in foot at Ft. Harrison

11/8/1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Pension application at [109], not wounded during war; brother to Atlas, Davis, John L., Michael & William, same company; witnessed T. D. Branch’s widow’s application for pension

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 109, 110

Bullock, Meredith

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

9/12/1863: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 37

5/13/1864: wounded at Drewry’s Bluff

Dec, 1864: present or accounted for through this month

NOTES

DOB: 6/7/1825 [99]; pension application at [109], not wounded during war; brother to John W., this company; family info at [215]; date of wound given as 5/16/1864 in [161]

REFERENCES: 2, 99, 108, 109, 110, 161, 215

Bullock, Michael R.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington, age 28

5/13/1864: wounded in the right hand by a “minnie ball” and in the left breast by a “piece of shell” at

Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized at Richmond

May-Aug 1864: reported absent wounded

Sep/Oct 1864: reported absent without leave

Nov/Dec 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present or accounted for through this month

NOTES

Brother to Atlas, Davis, John L., Joseph & William, same company; pension application at [109], hand disabled when wounded; date of wound listed as 5/16/1864 in [161]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110, 161

Bullock, William A.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: 3rd Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/24/1861: enlisted in 1st Co. D, 12th Regt. NC Troops in Robeson County at age 21

12/16/1861: present until company disbanded

5/12/1862: enlisted in Co. E, 51st Regt. NC Troops at Camp Holmes in Wilmington as a Private

8/15/1864: elected 3rd Lieutenant

8/19/1864: captured near Globe Tavern

8/22/1864: confined at Washington, D.C.

8/29/1864: transferred to Fort Delaware

NOTES

Brother to Atlas, Davis, John L., Michael & Joseph, same company; Witnessed T. D. Branch’s widow’s application for pension; photo and family info at [226]

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 109, 110, 226

Bunce, Hiram R.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/30/1862: enlisted in Cumberland County at age 30

Jul/Aug, 1862: absent sick

Sep/Oct, 1862: returned to duty

9/3/1863: absent without leave

12/19/1863: returned to duty

5/16/1864: killed at Drewry’s Bluff

NOTES

Middle initial “R.” [139]; widow’s pension applications at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 105, 109, 139

Burney, Charles H.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Bladen Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/17/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 18

8/17-18/1862: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 in Wilmington for acute dysentery

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110

Burney, Daniel

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/2/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 46

Sep/Oct, 1863: sick in regimental hospital at Mt. Pleasant, SC

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

6/16/1864: captured at Petersburg

6/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/9/1864: transferred to Elmira

2/27/1865: died of chronic diarrhea at Elmira

NOTES

Name listed as Burnell in [36]; date of birth 3/24/1815 in [2]; widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 36, 58, 109, 111

Burney, James

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Bladen Co.

OCCUPATION: Cooper

SERVICE RECORD

3/17/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 26

6/17-25/1862: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 1, bed 11) in Wilmington for fever

12/1/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 57) in Wilmington with fever

12/29/1863: furloughed for 30 days

3/1/1864: returned to duty before this date

5/16/1864: wounded in left shoulder at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized at Richmond

5/30/1864: furloughed for 60 days

Dec, 1864: absent wounded through this month

NOTES

Widow’s application for pension at [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110

Burney, William James

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Bladen Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/2/1862: enlisted in Co. G, 51st Regt. NC Troops in New Hanover Co. at age 23

7/18/1863: wounded in head slightly at Battery Wagner

7/19/1863: sent to Wayside Hospital in Charleston

7/30/1863: returned to duty

Jul/Aug, 1863: transferred to 3rd Co. B, 36th Regt NCT (2nd Regt NC Arty.)

Aug, 1864: present through this month

1/15/1865: wounded and captured at Ft. Fisher; confined at Elmira

3/2/1865: paroled for exchange

3/9/1865: hospitalized at Richmond

3/12/1865: furloughed from hospital for 30 days

3/20/1865: hospitalized at Charlotte

4/3/1865: died in hospital; cause of death not reported

NOTES

DOB: 4/1/1839; family info at [112]

REFERENCES: 2, 18, 103, 112

Butler, Isham Rowland

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: South Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Wilmington, age 29

Nov/Dec, 1862: reported absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

7/18/1863: wounded in right lung at Battery Wagner

9/22/1863: reported absent without leave

10/25/1863: returned to duty

5/16/1864: seriously wounded at Drewry’s Bluff

May-Oct, 1864: reported absent wounded

Nov/Dec, 1864: reported absent without leave

NOTES

DOB: 5/3/1833; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 99, 108, 161

Butler, Luke H.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 28

6/16/1864: captured at Petersburg

6/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/9/1864: transferred to Elmira

3/2/1865: paroled at Elmira; transferred to James River for exchange

3/7/1865: hospitalized at Richmond with debility

3/9/1865: furloughed for 30 days

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 58

Butler, William

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 21

8/3/1863: absent without leave

Sep/Oct 1863: returned to duty

5/16/1864: wounded in hip and back at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized in Richmond

7/20/1864: transferred to another hospital

9/1/1864:  returned to duty prior to this date

Dec 1864: present through this month

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Byrd, Charles

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. as a Private, age 24

12/3/1862: promoted to Corporal

May/Jun, 1863: reduced to ranks; sick in hospital at Wilmington

Jul/Aug, 1863: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Soldier’s and widow’s pension applications at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 58, 109

Byrd, Elijah

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 24

1/4//1863: deserted

1/17/1863: $30 reward offered for apprehension

3/1/1864: returned to duty before this date

5/16/1864: wounded slightly at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized in Richmond

6/6/1864: died of wounds

NOTES

Brother of Joshua, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 126, 161, 216

Byrd, Isaac

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 23

9/5/1862: died in Robeson County of typhoid fever

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Byrd, James F.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/29/1861: enlisted as a Private in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry in Duplin County at age 21

4/15/1862: transferred to Co. A, 51st Regt. NC Troops

9/1/1862: promoted to Corporal

10/9/1863: wounded while on picket duty

10/19/1863: furloughed for 30 days

10/25/1863: died of wounds, place not reported (maybe Duplin Co.)

NOTES

Brother of Timothy & William, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 110

Byrd, Joshua

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Marion District, SC

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/19/1863: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 18

5/16/1864: wounded (blinded) and captured at Drewry’s Bluff; confined to various Federal hospitals

1/8/1865: confined to Point Lookout

6/18/1865: released  after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Brother to Elijah, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 161

Byrd, Timothy S.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/16/1864: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 20

Nov/Dec, 1864: reported present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; brother of James & William, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Byrd, William Benjamin

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/29/1861: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry in Duplin County at age 24

4/15/1862: transferred to Co. A, 51st Regt. NC Troops

Mar-Jun, 1863: absent sick

Jul/Aug, 1863: returned to duty

Sep/Oct, 1863: detached as nurse

Nov/Dec, 1863: present sick

Jan/Feb, 1864: absent without leave for unspecified period

Mar/Apr, 1864: returned to duty

5/16/1864: wounded at Drewry’s Bluff

9/30/1864: returned to duty before this date; captured at Fort Harrison

10/5/1864: confined at Point Lookout

3/19/1865: paroled and exchanged

NOTES

Brother of James & Timothy, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 110

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