Service Records for Surnames Beginning with C

Cain, Evan

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Bladen Co.

OCCUPATION: Turpentiner

SERVICE RECORD

8/21/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 37

Nov/Dec, 1862: sick in hospital at Wilmington

2/18/1863: absent without leave

3/6/1863: died from erysipelas in Wayside Hospital at Florence, SC

NOTES

First name “Erin” in [135]; obit in “Fayetteville Observer”, 3/23/1863

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 135, 203

Caison, Lewis

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/6/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 28

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Caison, William B.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/16/1862: enlisted in Co. C, 63rd Regt. NC Troops at age 31

11/25/1863: transferred to Co C, 51st Regt NC Troops in exchange for Pvt Thomas Ezzell

Dec, 1863: absent without leave through this month

Jan/Feb, 1864: on guard duty at Petersburg

5/16/1864: listed as missing at Drewry’s Bluff

Apr-Dec, 1864 present throughout this period

NOTES

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

REFERENCES: 2, 3, 109, 161

Calk, Henry

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Jan-Apr, 1864: enlisted at Camp Holmes in Raleigh

10/10/1864: returned to duty after deserting on unspecified date

10/20/1864: deserted to the enemy (unsubstantiated)

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Cameron, James R.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Moore Co.

RESIDENCE: Moore Co.

OCCUPATION: Blacksmith

SERVICE RECORD

3/8/1862: enlisted at Crosstroads, age 49

1/30-3/11/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6) in Wilmington with abcessus

3/11/1863: returned to duty

5/29/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 21) in Wilmington with pneumonia

6/11/1863: furloughed for 30 days

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

5/18/1864: wounded in right arm at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized at Richmond

5/24/1864: died of wounds

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 160

Campbell, John E.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: 1st Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Carpenter

SERVICE RECORD

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

6/1/1862: promoted to Corporal

May/Jun, 1863: reduced to ranks

6/1/1864: wounded in left hand at Cold Harbor; hospitalized at Petersburg; returned to duty on unspecified date

8/29/1864: promoted to 1st Sergeant

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

12/27/1864: confined at Point Lookout

2/18/1865: paroled at Point Lookout

2/21/1865: received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, for exchange

NOTES

Listed as being 3rd Lieutenant, Company A in [33]; pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 32, 58, 109

Canady, Derias Clinton

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/15/1864: enlisted at Camp Hill near Petersburg, VA at age 16

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

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Soldier’s and widow’s pension applications at [109]; last surviving veteran in Columbus Co. (seen on Facebook with photo; do not know actual source)

REFERENCES: 2, 24, 58, 109

Canfel, John William

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Ireland

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

12/29/1861: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry at age 31

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

5/6-10/1862: in Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 16) at Wilmington with morbi cutis

7/18/1863: wounded (burn) on left side at Battery Wagner

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

10/8/1864: captured near Richmond; sent to Bermuda Hundred

11/24/1864: confined at Point Lookout

5/13/1865: released at Point Lookout after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Applied for pension in Pender County, 1901: whole left side burnt and spent four months in hospital at Columbia, SC; widow’s pension application in 1903; last name “Canford” in [98], “Campfield” in 1860 census & some marriage records, “Canfield” in 1870 census, and “Cantfield” on pension applications; middle name “W.” or “William” on some records

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 98, 109, 110, 150

Cannon, Robert T.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/5/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 19

6/18/1863: died from typhoid fever in hospital at Wilmington

NOTES

Tribute in “Wilmington Journal”, 7/12/1863

REFERENCES: 2, 203, 204

Cantwell, John Lucas Paul

COMPANY: Staff

RANK: Colonel

BIRTHPLACE: Charleston

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Cotton broker

SERVICE RECORD

12/10/1861: appointed Captain, Co. D, 13th Batt. NC Infantry

4/30/1862: elected Colonel and assumed command of 51st Regt. NC Troops

10/19/1862: resigned for personal reasons

11/13/1863: appointed Captain of Co. F, 3rd Regt NC Troops

5/12/1864: captured at Spotsylvania; confined at Ft. Delaware

8/20/1864: transferred to Hilton Head

9/7/1864: confined on Morris Island under Confederate fire

10/21/1864: transferred to Ft. Pulaski

12/26/1864: returned to Hilton Head

3/12/1865: transferred to Ft. Delaware

5/26/1865: released at Ft. Delaware

NOTES

Photo in [1]; one of the “Immortal 600”; DOB: 12/29/1828; served in Mexican War; name listed as J. G. Cantrow and residence as Wilmington in [60]; obit in [211]; occupation listed as produce broker and Clerk of U. S. District Court in 1860 (office at 8 South Water Street and house located at Market and 6th Streets [213]

REFERENCES: 1, 2, 5, 8, 60, 211, 213

Carlisle, Atlas

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/13/1863: enlisted at James Island, SC, age 32

8/17/1863: died in hospital at Charleston; cause of death not recorded

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Carlisle, David Blount

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/6/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age23

5/2/1863: died at Charleston; cause of death not recorded

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Carlisle, Dennis L.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/7/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. as a Private, age39

Nov/Dec, 1862: promoted to Corporal

6/16/1864: captured near Petersburg

6/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/9/1864: transferred to Elmira

9/29/1864: died at Elmira from chronic diarrhea

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 111

Carlisle, Ervin

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

8/14/1863: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 42

Dec, 1864: present through this month

4/19/1865: paroled at Raleigh

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Carlton, Henry James

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/25/1862: enlisted at age 25

Feb, 1864: present through this month

6/17/1864: wounded in hand near Petersburg

Aug, 1864: absent wounded through this month

9/15/1864: absent without leave

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

NOTES

Middle name “James” in [112]

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 112, 203

Carmack, Samuel

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Craven Co.

RESIDENCE: Craven Co.

OCCUPATION: Carriage maker

SERVICE RECORD

1/11/1862: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry in Wayne County at age 19

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

7/1/1862: deserted before this date

Jul/Aug, 1862: present under arrest

Sep/Oct, 1862: returned to duty

4/10/1864: sick in hospital at Petersburg

7/24/1864: absent without leave

10/17/1864: returned to duty

Nov/Dec, 1864: present through this period

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 110

Carpenter, Joe

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate he served in this company

NOTES

All the paperwork in Joe Carpenter’s pension file states unit as “Freeman’s Battalion” (Co. B, Prison Guards)

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Carrigan, Thomas W.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Orange Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/18/1863: enlisted in Co. A, 51st Regt NC Troops in Orange Co. at age 24

8/18/1863: reported sick in hospital at Charleston; furloughed for 30 days sometime afterward

10/5/1863: absent without leave

1/23/1864: returned to duty

4/9/1864: reported sick in hospital at Petersburg

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

Sep/Oct, 1864: present through this period

11/5/1864: transferred to Co. L, 17th Regt. NCT (2nd Organization) in exchange for Richard Malpass

5/22/1865: paroled at Greensboro

NOTES

Name spelled Carigan in [9]; soldier’s and widow’s pension applications at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 9, 109, 110

Carroll, John C.

COMPANY: Co. B

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 18

2/15-19/1862: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 18) in Wilmington for eruptive fever

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

6/25/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 22) in Wilmington for acute diarrhea

Dec, 1862: present but absent sick for most of the time through this month

1/4/1863: died of disease near Magnolia

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 98

Carroll, John W.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/4/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 25

7/18/1863: wounded slightly at Battery Wagner

8/21/1863: deserted

Sep-Dec, 1863: under arrest at Charleston

Jan/Feb, 1864: returned to duty

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

Name listed as Cary in [36]; widow’s pension applications at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 36, 105, 109, 129, 150

Carroll, Robert J.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/19/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 15

7/18/1863: killed at Battery Wagner

NOTES

Born 1847 (1860 census); death notice in “Wilmington Journal” of August 6 & 27, 1863

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 148, 149

Carroll, William D.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

11/13/1862: enlisted at Camp Allen near Kinston as a Private, age17

8/26/1864: promoted to Corporal

Dec, 1864: present through this month

5/22/1865: paroled at Goldsboro

NOTES

Pension applications at [109], not wounded in the war; witnessed pension application for John Boon

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Carroll, William S.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/24/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. as a Musician, age 19

9/1/1862: reduced to ranks

5/1/1863: appointed Musician

Jan/Feb, 1864: reduced to ranks again

8/8/1864: died of chronic diarrhea in hospital at Richmond

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 126

Carter, Leonard H.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

10/18/1863: died; place and cause of death unreported

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Carter, Neill

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/28/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 18

5/10-14/1862: treated for asthma at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 7) in Wilmington

5/15/1862: treated for acute rheumatism at Confederate Hospital #4

5/13/1864: wounded at Drewry’s Bluff

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

9/30/1864: wounded in the arm at Fort Harrison

Nov/Dec 1864: reported absent without leave

NOTES

Pension & Soldier’s Home applications claim he was wounded 3 times (head, arm, stomach) [109]; admitted to Soldier’s Home as “Mill Carter” on 5/26/1914, age 70, died at home [133]; son of Zachariah Carter, same company; date of first wound listed as 5/16/1864 in [161]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 99, 109, 110, 133, 161

Carter, Zachariah, Reverend

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

Jul-Oct 1863: reported absent sick

Nov/Dec 1863: returned to duty

May-Dec 1864: reported absent sick

NOTES

Survived the war; widow’s pension application at [109]; DOB: 4/11/1824; father of Neill Carter, same company; short bio in [99]; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 99, 108, 109

Cartrett, John C.

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 23

12/17/1862: wounded slightly at Goldsboro

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

5/26-6/19/1863: treated for diarrhea at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 107) in Wimington

Sep/Oct, 1863: sick furlough in Columbus Co.

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

5/16/1864: killed at Drewry’s Bluff

NOTES

Brother of Luke, Matthew & William, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 56, 98, 110, 143

Cartrett, Luke R.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/25/1862: enlisted in Co. H, 51st Regt. NC Troops in Columbus Co. at age 30

3/1/1863: transferred to Co. H, 61st Regt NC Troops in exchange for Pvt. Lucian Reynolds

6/1/1863: tried at court martial; charges & outcome not recorded

4/30/1864: present through this date

6/16/1864: captured at Petersburg

6/19/1864: confined at Pt. Lookout

7/9/1864: transferred to Elmira

7/11/1865: released at Elmira; died in hospital at Wilmington, reason and date not reported

NOTES

Name spelled Cartrette in [54]; transfer date given as 4/1/1863 in [2]; pension records indicate he was wounded at Bermuda Hundred in Jun, 1864; brother of John, Matthew & William, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 54, 56, 70, 110

Cartrett, Matthew

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

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

6/1/1864: furloughed for 60 days

9/30/1864: returned to duty before this date; wounded in right hand and captured at Fort Harrison; hospitalized at Fort Monroe

1/9/1865: transferred to Point Lookout

6/26/1865: released at Point Lookout after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Brother of John, Luke & William, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 56, 110, 160

Cartrett, William J.

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 24

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

Dec, 1864: absent wounded through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; brother of John, Luke & Matthew, same compnay

REFERENCES: 2, 56, 110

Cartwright, David J.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/4/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 18

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

Mar/Apr, 1863: absent sick

May/Jun, 1863: returned to duty

7/25/1863: admitted to Wayside Hospital in Charleston with fever

7/28/1863: transferred to General College Hospital #2 in Columbia

Jul-Oct, 1863: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Brother of George, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 103, 118

Cartwright, George W.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/4/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 20

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

Mar-Jun, 1863: absent sick

Jul/Aug, 1863: returned to duty

9/13/1863-10/31/1863: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

5/20/1864: wounded in hand near Bermuda Hundred

Oct, 1864: absent wounded through this month

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Brother of David, same company; name given as “W. Cartwright” in [103]

REFERENCES: 2, 103, 118, 160

Cartwright, Jacob

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/2/1863: enlisted at Camp Whiting near Wilmington at age 28

9/3/1863: died at Mt. Pleasant, SC; cause of death nor recorded

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Carver, Charles

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/18/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 18

12/17/1862: killed at Goldsboro

NOTES

“He was a faithful soldier, and was beloved by all who knew him.” [135]

REFERENCES: 2, 99, 105, 135

Carver, George W.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Merchant

SERVICE RECORD

4/19/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 33

6/26/1864: wounded by sharpshooter near Petersburg

7/29/1864: died of wounds in hospital at Richmond

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 105, 126

Carver, Joshua

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/24/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 37

5/11-14/1862: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 24) in Wilmington for jaundice

Summer, 1863: wounded in the hand at Sullivan’s Island

12/1/1863: absent wounded through this date, then absent without leave afterward

Mar/Apr, 1864: returned to duty

6/1/1864: wounded and captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

10/11/1864: paroled at Elmira

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

NOTES

Two pension records: wounded in the left knee by a shell fragment and hand (lost forefinger) by gun shot [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109

Cavaness, Thomas

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Chatham Co.

RESIDENCE: Chatham Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/18/1862: enlisted in 1st Co. B, 49th Regt NC Troops; never reported for duty

1/9/1863: transferred to 2nd Co. D, 15th Regt NC Troops; reported AWOL from 49th Regt at time of transfer; never reported for duty

5/25/1863: enlisted in Co. A, 51st Regt NC Troops at Camp Holmes near Wilmington, age 23

Jul/Aug, 1863: reported present sick

9/15/1863: hospitalized in Charleston

11/1/1863: died in hospital; cause of death not recorded

11/1/1864: dropped from rolls of 15th Regt

NOTES

Born 1840 (1850 census); name spelled Caviness in [8]

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 110

Chase, William H.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/21/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 23

2/23/1863-4/30/1863: detached to work on signal houses near Charleston

May/Jun, 1863: rejoined unit

Jul/Aug, 1863: detailed with commissary stores at Mt. Pleasant, SC

Sep/Oct, 1863: rejoined unit

6/1/1864: wounded in hand at Cold Harbor

6/6/1864: furloughed

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

12/28/1864: absent without leave

NOTES

Widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Chesnutt, Jacob L.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted at age 23

Sep/Oct, 1862: detached as a wagon driver at Kinston

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

5/4/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 117) in Wilmington for rheumatism

5/18/1863: diagnosed with diphtheria

5/29/1863: died in hospital of diphtheria and pneumonia

NOTES

Cause of death listed as pneumonia and diphtheria; date of death given as 5/28/1863 in [2]

REFERENCES: 2, 98

Chesnutt, John K.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

1/17/1862: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry in Duplin County at age 18

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

9/1/1863: killed at Sullivan’s Island, Charleston

NOTES

Brother of Grantlin, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 108, 110

Chestnutt, Daniel H.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/28/1862: enlisted as Private at Camp Morgan near Wilmington, age 32

8/26/1864: promoted to Corporal

12/28/1864: absent without leave

NOTES

Survived the war; born: 1830-1831 [110]; widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Chestnutt, David J.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

10/16/1864: enlisted in Wake Co. at age 44

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

First name listed as “David” on son’s (David J. Chestnutt) marriage record

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 112

Chestnutt, Grantlin Franklin

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 17

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Soldier’s and widow’s pension applications at [109]; brother of John, same company; family info at [108]; first name “Grantham” or “Grantlin” in various records at [110]; signed affidavit to support Benjamin Mathis’ pension application

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 109, 110

Chestnutt, James M.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 48

Jul/Aug, 1863: sick in hospital at Charleston

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

May-Aug, 1864: detached duty near Petersburg

Sep/Oct, 1864: rejoined company

Nov/Dec, 1864: sick at Greensboro

NOTES

Survived the war; widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Chestnutt, Nicholas P.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

10/16/1864: enlisted in Wake Co. at age 44

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Born 1820; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2

Chestnutt, Samuel Henry

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 40

7/28-8/7/1862: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 11) in Wilmington for typhoid fever

12/17/1862: wounded slightly at Goldsboro

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

8/15/1863: absent without leave

Sep-Dec, 1863: under arrest

Jan/Feb, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Name given as “D. H.” in [98]; middle name “Henry” on cemetery inscription cards

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110, 143

Chestnutt, William N.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/29/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 37

4/2/1862: absent without leave

NOTES

Born: 1825 [110]; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Chinnis, Samuel Robert

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: 1st Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: Brunswick Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/22/1862: appointed 1st Lieutenant of Co. G, 51st Regt. NCT at age 31

Jul/Aug 1862: absent sick

Nov/Dec 1862: returned to duty; commanded company at Goldsboro

9/7-18/1863: treated for hemorrhoids at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 8, bed 221) in Wilmington

9/15/1863: resigned to join the Navy

10/1/1863: resignation accepted

NOTES

No evidence of Naval service [2]; occupation listed as overseer in [58]; muster card, letter of resignation and obituary at [112]; DOB: 1/1/1829 [112]

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 98, 112, 143

Clapp, Sidney P.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Distiller

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 32

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; born: 1832 [110]; Last name “Klarpp” in census and birth records; served as a teamster for a time

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Clark, Addison W.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

4/30/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 18

6/7/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 28) in Wilmington with congestive fever

6/8/1862: died of malaria in hospital at Wilmington; “taken charge of by his father”

NOTES

DOB: 2/24/1847; brother of Daniel D. of same company; Fayetteville Observer entry: died at age 16; well-grown, weighing 165 lbs. at age 15; son of Dugald Clark, Esq. of Columbus Co. [135]

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 98, 135

Clark, Daniel D.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 21

6/7-8/1862: treated for dyspepsia at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 30) in Wilmington

5/20/1864: wounded in breast and left thigh at Bermuda Hundred

Dec, 1864: absent wounded through this month

NOTES

Brother of Addison W. of same company; two pension applications at [109]; attended reunion in 1891

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 98, 103, 109, 160

Clemons, Samuel

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Wake Co.

RESIDENCE: Marion District, SC

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson County at age 30

6/5-9/1863: treated for debility at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 33) in Wilmington

7/18/1863: killed at Battery Wagner

NOTES

Marker in Bear Swamp Baptist Church Cemetery, Lake View, SC; last name spelled “Clements” in [2]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 112, 215

Cobb, James

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Shoemaker

SERVICE RECORD

2/22/1862: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 55

Aug, 1862: present through this month

10/23/1862: hospitalized at Goldsboro

Nov/Dec, 1862: returned to duty

Jan-Apr, 1963: present but sick in camp

5/4/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 127) in Wilmington for diarrhea

5/9/1863: discharged for health reasons (rheumatism and cataracts)

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98

Cobb, Stephen J.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: None

SERVICE RECORD

10/10/1861: appointed 1st Lieutenant in 59th Regt NC Militia

4/26/1862: enlisted as Private in 51st Regt NCT in Robeson Co. at age 23

1/30-3/11/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6) in Wilmington with abcesses

3/11/1863: returned to duty

12/5/1863-3/31/1864: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 5, bed 86) with debility

3/31/1864: returned to duty

5/31/1864: wounded slightly at Cold Harbor

Oct, 1864: absent wounded through this month

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Born: 10/21/1839 [215]; photo in [1 & 226]

REFERENCES: 1, 2, 98, 110, 132, 162, 215, 226

Coleman, Lott Caswell

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/15/1862: enlisted in Co. G, 51st Regt. NC Troops in New Hanover Co. at age 28

Jul-Dec, 1862: absent sick

7/28-8/9/1862: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 19) in Wilmington for rubeola

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

5/9/1863: transferred to Co. E, 36th Regt NCT (2nd Regt NC Arty.)

Aug, 1864: present through this month

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

6/13/1865: released at Pt. Lookout

NOTES

Apparently swapped with Archibald Baker (Co. G, 51st NCT); survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 18, 98

Collier, Hansom Burdin

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Wayne Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Overseer

SERVICE RECORD

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

5/29/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 35) in Wilmington with intermittent fever

6/27/1863: furloughed for 30 days

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

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

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

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; Hansom “Birden” Collier [40], “Hanson Burdin” on tombstone; date of hospitalization listed as 5/28/1863 in [98]; widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 98, 109, 110, 112

Conaway, William H.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Onslow Co.

RESIDENCE: Onslow Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/3/1862: enlisted as a Sergeant in New Hanover Co. at the age of 36

6/1/1864: killed at Cold Harbor

NOTES

In Company C [10]

REFERENCES: 2, 10

Conley, John Archie

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 32

Jul-Oct, 1862: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1862: returned to duty

10/21/1863: absent sick on furlough

Mar/Apr, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Last name “Conoly” [108] & [110]; born: 1830; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 110

Conley, John Calvin

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Carpenter

SERVICE RECORD

3/8/1862: enlisted at Crossroads, age 30

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

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

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; Last name “Conoly” in [108] & [110]; DOB: 6/19/1829; Brother of Francis & Thomas, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 110, 161

Conley, Thomas Jefferson

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: None

SERVICE RECORD

12/15/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 18

5/16/1864: wounded in right knee and captured at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized at Fort Monroe; paroled at unspecified date

3/16/1865: hospitalized at Richmond

3/17/1865: transferred to another hospital

NOTES

Last name “Conoly” in [108] & [110]; DOB: 5/1/1844; brother of John C. & Francis, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 110

Conley, William Scott

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/5/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 24

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Connelly, Francis Hamilton

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/8/1862: enlisted as a Private at Crossroads, age 22

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

12/17/1862: wounded in right leg by shell at Goldsboro

1/5/1864: absent wounded through this date; discharged for contraction of the leg muscles as a result of wound from Goldsboro

NOTES

Last name “Conoly” in [108] & [110]; appeared on amputee roll for Robeson County in 1866; brother of John C. & Thomas, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 45, 108, 110

Cook, Thomas M.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/28/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 44

Sep/Oct, 1862: sick in hospital at Goldsboro

12/29/1862-1/4/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 5, bed 4) in Wilmington with pneumonia

1/4/1863: returned to duty

5/1/1863: transferred to Co A, 15th Battalion S. C. Heavy Arty

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98

Core, Malcolm

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/5/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 33

12/1/1862: discharged for large fatty tumor between shoulders

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 105

Cornbow, Thomas

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: South Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/4/1863: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 33

4/27/1863: absent sick

5/1/1863: admitted to Wayside Hospital in Charleston with debility; transferred to General College Hospital #2 in Columbia

5/5/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 151) in Wilmington for epilepsy

May/Jun, 1863: returned to duty

8/19/1864: captured near Globe Tavern

8/24/1864: confined at Point Lookout

3/14/1865: paroled at Point Lookout

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

3/17/1865: hospitalized at Richmond with scorbutus

3/19/1865: furloughed

NOTES

Last name “Cornbeau” and born in 1830 [110]; reported died at Point Lookout in August, 1864 [180]

REFERENCES: 2, 20, 98, 103, 180

Cornish, Franklin W.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Wayne Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/12/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 18

7/11-21/1863: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 144) in Wilmington for rheumatism

Jul-Oct, 1863: on sick furlough in Columbus Co.

Nov/Dec, 1863: sick in hospital at Wilson

Jan/Feb, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

1/10/1865: hospitalized at Wilmington with rheumatism

1/15/1865: transferred to hospital at Greensboro

3/16/1865: hospitalized at Richmond

3/17/1865: transferred to another hospital

NOTES

Brother of John H. of same company; soldier’s & widow’s pension applications at [109]; member of Cape Fear Camp #254 UCV

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 98, 109, 200

Cornish, John H.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Wayne Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/12/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 16

4/6-18/1862: treated for gonorrhea at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2) in Wilmington

Sep/Oct, 1862: hospitalized at Goldsboro

Nov/Dec, 1862: returned to duty

4/17/1863: sick in hospital at Charleston

4/28/1863: transferred from Trapman Street Hospital to Wayside Hospital with abcessus of the ear; transferred to General College Hospital #2 in Columbia

Jul/Aug, 1863: returned to duty

10/7-24/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 8, bed 161) with otorrhea

10/24/1863: returned to duty

Nov/Dec, 1863: sick in hospital at Tarboro

Jan/Feb, 1864: returned to duty

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

6/13/1864: furloughed for 30 days

12/27/1864: returned to duty

NOTES

Brother of Franklin W. of same company; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 98, 103,110

Cottle, Nixon

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/24/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 25

6/1/1864: killed at Cold Harbor

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Cottle, William Henry

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/16/1863: enlisted at Camp Whiting near Wilmington at age 17

9/30/1864: wounded in right thigh by minie ball at Fort Harrison; hospitalized at Richmond

11/21/1864: furloughed for 60 days

NOTES

William H. in 1870 census; pension applications at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Council, James

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/18/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 39

Jul/Aug, 1863: absent sick

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

May-Aug, 1864: absent sick

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

2/23/1865: hospitalized at Greensboro with intermittent fever

2/25/1865: returned to duty

NOTES

DOB: 3/10/1823; pension application at [109], wounded in thigh; brother of John & William, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 109

Council, John M.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

8/19/1863: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 43

5/18/1864: wounded seriously at Drewry’s Bluff

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

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

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 110, 160

Council, William

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/18/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 36

12/1-11/1863: treated at Confederate Hospital # 4 (ward 6, bed 188) in Wilmington for debility

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

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

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 108

Cowan, Hugh M.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/11/1862: enlisted in Burgaw as a Private, age 44

4/22-24/1862: treated for otorrhea at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 30) in Wilmington

Jul-Oct, 1862: appointed Musician

2/16/1863-4/30/1863: absent sick in Wilmington

Mar/Apr, 1863: reduced to ranks

6/8/1863: discharged for health reasons

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98

Cowles, Charles L.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: 2nd Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: Connecticutt

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Tailor

SERVICE RECORD

2/17/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. as a Pvt in Company B, age 33

10/4/1862: promoted to Corporal

4/9/1863: reduced to ranks

10/31/1863: served as tailor and clerk to Regimental Adjutant through this date

11/1/1863: promoted to Sgt. Major and transferred to Regimental Staff

7/26/1864: appointed 2nd Lieutenant and transferred back to Company B

11/1/1864: serving as company commander

Dec 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110, 112, 164

Craig, Charles M.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/10/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 18

May/Jun, 1863: absent sick

8/20/1863-10/31/1863: absent without leave

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

9/30/1864: captured at Fort Harrison

10/5/1864: confined at Point Lookout

1/17/1865: paroled

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

NOTES

Born: 1847 [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 112

Crawford, John B.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Richmond Co., GA

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/29/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 23

4/11/1862: deserted

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Creech, John Calvin

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

8/29/1864: enlisted in Petersburg, VA at age 44

Dec 1864: present or accounted for through this month

NOTES

Name listed as Creach in [56]; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 32, 56, 58, 110

Cribb, Isham G.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Marion District, SC

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/20/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 17

Sep/Oct, 1863: sick in hospital at Charleston

Jan/Feb, 1864: absent without leave

Mar/Apr, 1864: returned to duty

6/1/1864: wounded in right knee & back and captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

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

3/6/1865: hospitalized at Richmond with debility

3/9/1865: furloughed for 30 days

NOTES

DOB: 10/13/1844; 1860 census lists middle initial as “I” and place of birth as NC; soldier’s and widow’s pension applications at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 109, 110

Croom, Judson W.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: 1st Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/8/1862: enlisted as a Sergeant in New Hanover Co., age18

10/31/1863: promoted to 1st Sgt.

2/3/1864: captured at New Bern

2/27/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

5/21/1865: released at Elmira after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

DOB: July, 1843; pension application at [109] states he was injured in a railroad accident while a prisoner of war (almost surely the Shohola wreck); family info at [108]; submitted affidavit for Edward Holmes’ pension application

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 109

Crossland, Sabastian T.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/2/1861: enlisted as Private in Co. A, 35th Regt NC Troops at Camp Mangum, Raleigh, age 20

Mar/Apr, 1862: promoted to Sgt.

1/17/1864: transferred to Co. C, 51st Regt NC Troops as Pvt in exchange for Cpl John E. Hussey

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

Nov/Dec, 1864: absent under arrest; reason not reported

1/11/1865: hospitalized at Salisbury

2/5/1865: returned to duty

NOTES

Listed as resident of Onslow County in [10]

REFERENCES: 2, 10, 49, 110, 198

Crumpler, Charles H.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/23/1862: enlisted as Sergeant at age 20

9/1/1862: reduced to ranks and dropped from company rolls

NOTES

Reported as deserter from 7th Regt. NC Troops, but no evidence that he served in the 7th Regt was located; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Culbreath, Duncan J.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/31/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 24

8/21/1863: deserted at Sullivan’s Island, Charleston

9/18/1863: returned to duty

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

6/15/1864: captured near Petersburg

6/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/9/1864: transferred to Elmira

5/13/1865: released at Elmira after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 105

Culbreath, Marshall B.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/14/1862: enlisted at age 40

7/14-16/1862: treated for typoid fever at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 14) in Wilmington

7/14/1862-8/31/1863: served as guard at Fayetteville Arsenal

12/31/1863: discharged for health reasons

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98,110

Cummings, James M.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/24/1862: enlisted at age 49

5/4/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 1, bed 95) in Wilmington with debility

10/22/1863: discharged on account of chronic rheumatism

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98,110

Currie, Archibald M.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

10/10/1861: appointed 2nd Lieutenant of 59th Regt NC Militia

4/26/1862: enlisted in 51st Regt NCT in Robeson County at age 41

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

“Won a name for fearlessness under fire” [2]; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 132

Currie, Daniel Johnson

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/27/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 21

5/16/1864: wounded in left ankle at Drewry’s Bluff; hospitalized at Wilmington; leg amputated

7/30/1864: furloughed for 60 days

Oct, 1864: absent wounded through this month

Nov/Dec, 1864: retired from service

NOTES

Appeared on amputee roll (J. D. Currie) for Robeson County in 1866; brother of Francis, Gilbert & Randal, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 45, 108

Currie, Daniel McG.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

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

10/26/1864: died at Ft. Monroe

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Currie, Francis S.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: 2nd Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

10/10/1861: appointed Captain of 59th Regt NC Militia

2/7/1862: absent without leave from Co. K, 38th Regt. NC Troops; date and place of enlistment not recorded

4/5/1862: enlisted as Pvt in Company D, 51st Regiment NCT at age 28

7/18/1864: appointed 2nd Lieutenant

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

11/26/1864: listed as absent wounded on brigade inspection report

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 in Wilmington (dates unspecified); born:1834; brother of Daniel, Gilbert & Randal, same company; pension application at [109]; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 50, 98, 108, 109, 132, 212, 221

Currie, Gilbert G.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Survived the war; served as company cook in 1864; DOB: 8/13/1836; brother of Daniel, Francis & Randal, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 108

Currie, Randal Madison

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/22/1862: enlisted at age 24 as a Private

12/17/1862: wounded at Goldsboro

Jul/Aug, 1863: returned to duty

9/21/1864: promoted to Corporal

9/30/1864: killed at Ft. Harrison

NOTES

DOB: 6/7/1838; brother of Daniel, Francis & Gilbert, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 108

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