Service Records for Surnames Beginning with F

Fairfax, Thomas A.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/1/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 28

12/17/1862: wounded slightly at Goldsboro

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

7/2/1864: killed near Petersburg

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 58

Fann, Richard Hilliard

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

10/11/1862: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 28

5/29/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 50) in Wilmington with debility

7/4/1863: returned to duty

Sep/Oct, 1863: absent on sick furlough

Nov/Dec, 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

NOTES

DOB: 11/22/1836; pension application in 1909; brother of Wiley Fann

REFERENCES: 2, 78, 98, 109, 110, 112

Fann, Wiley

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Cooper

SERVICE RECORD

10/11/1862: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 23

2/17/1863: absent sick

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

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

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

6/1/1864: wounded at Cold Harbor

6/23/1864: died of wounds in hospital at Richmond

NOTES

Born in 1839; brother of Richard Fann; widow’s pension in 1885 (she died in 1887 before the application was approved)

REFERENCES: 2, 78, 109, 112

Farmer, Moses B.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Wayne Co.

RESIDENCE: Wayne Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/24/1861: enlisted at age 28 in Cantwell’s Railroad Guards (Co. D, 13th NC Battalion)

10/2/1863: Co. D, 13th Battalion redesignated as Company K, 66th Regt. NC Troops

2/12/1864: transferred to Co. A, 51st Regt. NCT

5/16/1864: wounded at Drewry’s Bluff

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

12/31/1864: present through this date

5/1/1865: paroled at Greensboro

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 8

Faulk, Daniel Ashbury

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/1/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 28 as a Sergeant

May-Aug, 1864: reported sick in hospital at Richmond

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present or accounted for through this month

NOTES

DOB: 8/23/1831; brother of James, same company; family info at [108]; photo at [226]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 226

Faulk, James Collins

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

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

6/11/1862: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 for remittent fever

12/17/1862: wounded slightly at Goldsboro

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

3/23/1863: admitted to Wayside Hospital in Charleston with pneumonia; transferred to General Hospital #3 in Columbia

7/18/1863: wounded at Battery Wagner

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

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

8/28/1864: hospitalized at Raleigh with a gunshot wound of the left arm; place and date wounded not reported

Sep-Dec, 1864: reported on detail in hospital at Raleigh

NOTES

Survived the war; DOB: 9/28/1840; “J. Collins Faulk” in 1860 census; brother of Daniel, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 103, 108, 110, 160, 161

Feadwell, W. C.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

12/12/1864: enlisted

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Could not locate in census

REFERENCES: 2

Fields, Clabon

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Fisherman

SERVICE RECORD

4/24/1861: enlisted as Private in Co. K, 20th Regt NC Troops in Columbus Co. at age 26; gave occupation as laborer

8/16/1861: promoted to Corporal

8/28/1862: elected 3rd Lieutenant

9/24/1862: resigned because of disability

12/11/1862: enlisted in Co. H, 51st Regt NCT in New Honover Co. as a Private

Feb, 1864: present through this month; served as wagonmaster for much of the time

Mar/Apr, 1864: sick in hospital at Petersburg

May-Aug, 1864: sick furlough in Columbus Co.

Sep-Dec, 1864: absent in division hospital

NOTES

Survived the war; name spelled Claibon in [40], Claiborne in [9] & Clayborne in [110]; 1860 census lists name as Clabron and occupation as laborer

REFERENCES: 2, 9, 40, 58, 110

Fields, James K.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/6/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 42

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

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

3/14/1865: paroled at Elmira

3/21/1865: received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, for exchange

NOTES

DOB: 12/24/1820

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 58, 110, 198

Fields, William B.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Wayne Co.

RESIDENCE: Wayne Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/24/1861: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry in Wayne County at age 16

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

8/19/1864: captured at Globe Tavern

8/22/1864: confined at Point Lookout; arrived under assumed name and was exchanged under that name on an unspecified date

3/22/1865: captured at Goldsboro

5/23/1865: paroled at Goldsboro

NOTES

Soldier’s Home application at [109], admitted 8/24/1909, age 63, Cumberland Co., middle initial “D” [133]

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 109, 133

Fisher, George C.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

10/6/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 18

5/4/1863: treated for typhoid fever at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 65) in Wilmington

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

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

10/11/1864: paroled at Elmira

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

NOTES

Pension and Soldier’s Home applications at [109]; admitted to Soldier’s Home on 3/25/1914, age 69, at home on 10/10/1916 & put on Pension Roll 12/6/1916 [133]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109, 110, 133

Fisher, J. G.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate he served in this company. Filed application in Robeson Co., 1909. Born 1845. Enlisted 6/2/1862. Witnessed by G. W. D Howard. First name “James”, resided in Cumberland Co. in 1860 & Robeson Co. later [110].

NOTES

James (52nd Inf)/James G. (2nd Jr. Reserves, etc.) at [110]. Need further research.

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 131

Flinn, Daniel V.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 26

6/18/1864: killed at Petersburg

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 58

Flinn, George W.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/25/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 24

7/14/1863: injured in fall from a train on Northeastern Railroad between Charleston and Florence; left leg and right arm badly broken; hospitalized at Charleston

1/10/1865: retired from service for disability

NOTES

DOB: 9/9/1837

REFERENCES: 2, 58

Floyd, Charles Johnson

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/15/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes near Wilmington at age 32

12/2/1863: reported absent without leave

12/29/1863: returned to duty

5/14/1864: killed while on picket duty near Drewry’s Bluff

NOTES

DOB: 1/27/1829; brother of Francis Floyd (same company); middle name listed as “Johnston” [99]

REFERENCES: 2, 99, 110, 161, 215

Floyd, Faulkner J.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Sergeant

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 16

12/16/1861: present until company disbanded

5/1/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. as a Corporal in Co. F, 51st Regt

5/6-9/1862: treated for syphilis at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 8) in Wilmington

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

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

Jan-Apr, 1865: promoted to Sergeant

5/1/1865: paroled at Greensboro

NOTES

Name listed as “L. J.” & residence listed as Leesville in [98]; brother of Memory, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 98, 161

Floyd, Francis Fulton

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: 3rd Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/8/1862: appointed 2nd Lieutenant in 58th Regt NC Militia

5/15/1862: enlisted at Camp Holmes near Wilmington at age 30 as a Private in Co. E, 51st Regt. NCT

Nov/Dec, 1862: reported absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

Sep/Oct, 1863: promoted to Corporal

3/1/1864: appointed 3rd Lieutenant prior to this date

3/8/1864: promotion approved by examining board

6/16/1864: captured near Petersburg

6/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

6/23/1864: transferred to Fort Delaware

8/20/1864: transferred to Hilton Head, SC

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

10/20/1864: reported in confinement at Fort Pulaski, GA

12/26/1864: transferred back to Hilton Head after this date

3/12/1865: transferred to Fort Delaware

6/17/1865: released at Fort Delaware

NOTES

One of the “Immortal 600”; survived the war; DOB: 6/4/1832 [99]; brother of Charles (same company); unit listed as 57th Regt. NC Troops [60]

REFERENCES: 2, 60, 70, 99, 131, 215

Floyd, Memory J.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

3/26/1864: enlisted at Camp Hill near Petersburg, VA at age 17

Apr 1864: reported sick in hospital at Petersburg

Jun-Dec 1864: reported absent on sick furlough

NOTES

Born: 1847 [110]; brother of Faulkner, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Floyd, William Pinkney

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/9/1863: enlisted in Charleston at age 17

5/1/1864: died of typhoid fever in hospital at Petersburg

NOTES

Obit in “Fayetteville Observer”, 6/2/1864, age at death 19, died on May 2, 1864

REFERENCES: 2, 128, 203

Ford, Thomas P.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Marion District, SC

RESIDENCE: Marion District, SC

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 35 as a Corporal

7/1/1862: reduced to ranks prior to this date

Jul/Aug, 1862: appointed Musician

Jan/Feb 1863: reduced to ranks

8/3/1863: reported absent without leave

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

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

5/20/1864: confined at Point Lookout

3/19/1865: paroled at Point Lookout and transferred to Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA, where he was received on this date for exchange; hospitalized at Richmond with scorbutus

4/1/1865: transferred to hospital at Charlotte

4/2/1865: died of scorbutus in hospital

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 161

Formyduval, Coval Lane

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted in New Hanover County at age 16

Sep/Oct, 1863: sick furlough in Columbus County

12/29/1863: returned to duty

5/16/1864: captured at Drewry’s Bluff

5/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

8/16/1864: transferred to Elmira

2/9/1865: paroled at Elmira

2/20/1865: received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, for exchange; hospitalized at Richmond

2/25/1865: furloughed

NOTES

Photo at [99]; name spelled “Corval” in [40] and “Covil LaFayette” in [99]; DOB: 6/22/1845 [2]; pension records indicate he was “severely mashed” in May, 1863 at Charleston when a cannon fell on him

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 58, 99

Forrest, Sidney A.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Orange Co.

RESIDENCE: Orange Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/18/1863: enlisted in Orange Co. at age 18

8/1/1863: reported sick in hospital at Charleston; furloughed for 30 days

10/1/1863: absent without leave

2/1/1864: returned to duty

6/1/1864: hospitalized at Danville with fever

6/16/1864: left hospital without permission

Dec, 1864: reported absent without leave through this month

5/16/1865: paroled at Greensboro

NOTES

Born: 1845 in Orange Co. & middle initial “A” in 1860 census [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Fowler, Harmon

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Horry District, SC

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/2/1863: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 35

Feb, 1864: present through this month

May-Dec, 1864: detached duty with Engineers Corp

NOTES

Soldier’s and widow’s application at [109]; injured by mine explosion at Petersburg on 7/20/1864

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Fowler, Laban

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1861: enlisted as Private in Co. D, 20th Regt. NC Troops in Columbus County at age 29

Mar, 1862: wounded at Ft. Caswell

6/6/1862: discharged for debility caused by broken left arm

2/2/1863: enlisted as Private in Co. G, 51st Regt. NC Troops

Jan/Feb, 1864: absent without leave; returned to duty at unspecified date

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

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

Sep-Dec, 1864: sick in brigade hospital

3/16/1865: returned to duty; promoted to Corporal at later unspecified date

5/1/1865: paroled at Greensboro

NOTES

Pension application at [109]; name spelled Labon in [40]

REFERENCES: 2, 9, 40, 109, 161

Fowler, William H.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted at age 28

12/11/1862: discharged for unspecified reason

Jan-Apr, 1865: returned to duty during this period

4/13/1865: captured at hospital in Raleigh

NOTES

Widow’s pension application at [109]; appeared on amputee roll for Cumberland County in 1866

REFERENCES: 2, 45, 109

Frederick, Simon P.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Student

SERVICE RECORD

4/15/1861: enlisted in 1st Co. C, 12th Regt. NC Troops in Duplin County at age 21

11/18/1861: present until company disbanded

3/8/1862: enlisted in Co. B, 51st Regt. NC Troops

7/26/1862: permanently detached for duty with Signal Corps at Smithville (Southport)

Jan/Feb, 1864: dropped from rolls

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 8

French, William R.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Mississippi

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

Jun-Oct, 1862: reported on detail as acting regimental Quartermaster Sergeant

Nov/Dec, 1862: rejoined Company E

Nov, 1862-Feb, 1863: reported absent sick

Mar, 1863-Dec, 1864: reported on detached service with the brigade and later with division quartermaster’s department

NOTES

Member of Cape Fear Camp #254 UCV

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 200

Frink, William Pinkney

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/7/1862: enlisted as a Corporal in New Hanover Co. at age 26

5/31/1862: reduced to ranks

12/17/1862: killed at Goldsboro

NOTES

Tribute in Wilmington Journal, 1/1/1863; obit in “Wilmington Journal”, 12/29/1862, age 26 at death

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 58, 99, 168, 203

Fulgum, Robert L.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Wayne Co.

RESIDENCE: Wayne Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

1/12/1862: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry in New Hanover County at age 17

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

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Last name “Fulgham” in 1860 census [110]; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 110, 112

Fulmore, Andrew C.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: 1st Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: South 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 17

12/16/1861: present until company disbanded

3/10/1862: appointed 1st Lieutenant of Co. F, 51st Regt. N. C. Troops

7/18/1863: in command of company at Battery Wagner

10/29/1863: reported absent without leave

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

6/16/1864: hospitalized at Richmond with acute diarrhea

7/16/1864: returned to duty

8/4/1864: hospitalized at Richmond with chronic diarrhea

8/11/1864: furloughed

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

12/20/1864: absent on sick furlough

5/25/1865: surrendered and paroled at Augusta

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 150

Furmage, John James

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

11/1/1862: deserted

6/1/1863: returned to unit and arrested

6/16/1863: failed to appear for trial

Jul/Aug, 1863: returned to duty

Feb, 1864: present through this month

May-Aug, 1864: present but sick in quarters

10/17/1864: hospitalized in Richmond

12/24/1864: furloughed for 60 days

NOTES

DOB: 1/30/1830 [110, 112]; resided in Sampson County entire life; last name “Furmage”, “Firmage” & “Fermidge” in census records [110]; last name “Furmidge” in [70] and on death certificate and pension applications [110]; “John James” on pension applications, “James” in 1860, 1870, 1880 census

REFERENCES: 2, 70, 109, 110

Fussell, William H.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

2/1/1864: promoted to Cpl

8/19/1864: captured at Globe Tavern

8/24/1864: confined at Point Lookout

2/13/1865: paroled at Point Lookout

2/15/1865: received at Cox’s Wharf, James River, for exchange

NOTES

Widow’s pension application at [109]; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Futch, Jacob

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: New Hanover Co.

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/11/1862: enlisted at Burgaw, age 21

5/20/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6) in Wilmington for morbi cutis

5/26/1962: furloughed from hospital

10/30/1862: reported absent without leave

Nov/Dec, 1862: returned to duty

7/23/1863: under arrest

9/1/1863: sick in hospital at Charleston; furloughed for 30 days

10/1/1863: absent without leave

12/1/1863: detached to brigade HQ

Jan/Feb, 1864: returned to unit

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

12/24/1864: returned to duty

NOTES

Cannot locate in census records

REFERENCES: 2, 98

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