Service Records for Surnames Beginning with T, U and V

Taylor, Abram J.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

5/2/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 27

1/28/1863: hospitalized at Wilmington with catarrhus

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

Jul/Aug, 1863: sick in regimental hospital at Charleston

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

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

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

Born: 1835, brother of John H., same company [110]; appeared on amputee roll for Cumberland County in 1866; widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 45, 109, 110, 161

Taylor, Amos

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 16

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

6/17/1864: furloughed for 60 days

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

9/30/1864: captured at Ft. Harrison

10/5/1864: confined at Point Lookout

11/1/1864: paroled at Point Lookout

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

NOTES

Brother of Benjamin, same company; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Taylor, Benjamin

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 19

5/12-13/1862: treated for acute diarrhea at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 16) in Wilmington

2/9-23/1863: treated for typhoid fever at Confederate Hospital #4

4/1/1864: died of pneumonia in hospital at Petersburg

NOTES

Brother of Amos, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110, 128

Taylor, David D.

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Nash Co.

RESIDENCE: Nash Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

12/5/1863: hospitalized at Wilson

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

3/4/1865: died of typhoid fever at Elmira

NOTES

“David B.” on tombstone

REFERENCES: 2, 111

Taylor, Isaac

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Brunswick Co.

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/1/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 50

11/25/1862: deserted near Camp Whiting, Wilmington

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Taylor, James H., Sr.

COMPANY: Staff/Co. I

RANK: Adjutant

BIRTHPLACE: Fayetteville

RESIDENCE: Fayetteville

OCCUPATION: Clerk

SERVICE RECORD

4/17/1861: enlisted in Co. F, 1st North Carolina Volunteers in Fayetteville at age 22

11/12/1861: mustered out when company disbanded

3/1/1862: enlisted as a Private in 2nd Co. B, 36th Regt NCT (2nd NC Artillery)

6/19/1862: transferred to Company I, 51st Regt NCT as 1st Sergeant

1/21/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3) in Wilmington with catarrhus

10/1/1863: promoted to 3rd Lieutenant

3/24/1864: promotion approved by examining board

10/1/1864: in command of company

1/12/1865: promoted to Adjutant (1st Lt.) to rank from 9/21/1864

5/1/1865: paroled at Greensboro

NOTES

DOB: 10/15/1838 [112]; death certificate at [110

]; member of Cape Fear Camp #254 UCV

REFERENCES: 2, 18, 70, 98, 110, 112, 200, 225

Taylor, John F.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/29/1862: enlisted as Cpl. in Co. B, 1st Battalion NC Heavy Arty

1/1/1863: reduced to ranks due to poor health

4/1/1863: discharged for reason of poor health

10/16/1864: enlisted in 51st Regt. In Cumberland Co. at age 31

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Born 1833; last name spelled “Tailor” in 1860 census

REFERENCES: 2, 3, 110

Taylor, John H.

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

Jul-Dec, 1862: absent sick

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

5/20/1864: killed at Bermuda Hundred

NOTES

Born: 1840, brother of Abram, same company [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 70, 110, 160

Taylor, Kenan

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/15/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 17

Dec, 1864: present through this month

5/1/1865: paroled at Greensboro

NOTES

Soldier’s & widow’s pension applications at [109]; son of Mitchell, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Taylor, Mitchell

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/15/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 48

Jan/Feb, 1863: left sick in Wilmington

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

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Father of Kenan, same company; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Taylor, Paul

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Student

SERVICE RECORD

10/1/1861: appointed 2nd Lieutenant of the 26th Regt NC Militia

5/14/1862: enlisted as Private in 51st Regt NCT at Camp Holmes near Wilmington, age 33

9/30/1864: killed at Ft. Harrison

NOTES

1850 Census: born in 1829

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 132

Taylor, Stephen

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

Dec 1864: present or accounted for through this month

NOTES

Soldier’s pension application (slightly wounded), widow’s pension applications, and death certificate at [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110

Taylor, Wiley James

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Greene Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Mechanic

SERVICE RECORD

4/25/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 28

12/5/1862: detached to work on gunboats at Wilmington

10/2/1863: rejoined company

5/16-6/1, 1864: wounded during this period “by own gun, in own hands” near Petersburg

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 109

Taylor, William Alfred

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Nash Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/9/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 46

5/25/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 17) in Wilmington with orchitis

12/18/1862: hopitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6) with hemoptysis; detailed as nurse

1/27/1863: returned to duty

2/16/1863: hospitalized at Wilmington

4/18/1863: transferred to C. S. Navy

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 105

Taylor, William James

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/3/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 34

Sep/Oct, 1862: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1862: returned to duty

7/18/1863: wounded slightly at Battery Wagner

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

6/1/1864: hospitalized at Wilmington with gunshot wound

Aug, 1864: absent wounded through this month

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

3/12/1865: captured in Cumberland Co.; sent to New Bern

4/10/1865: confined at Hart’s Island, New York Harbor

6/19/1865: released at Hart’s Island after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 105, 150

Taylor, Willis

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/3/1864: enlisted at Richmond, VA, age 41

Dec 1864: present or accounted for through this date

3/19-21/1865: present at Battle of Bentonville

5/1/1865: paroled with regiment at Greensboro

NOTES

DOB: 7/1/1823; photo & family info on [226]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 112, 226

Teaboe, Philip

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Brunswick Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/5/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 46

9/7/1862: died in hospital in Wilmington of typhoid fever

NOTES

Birth year listed as 1826; father of William, same company [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Teaboe, William W.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Brunswick Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

6/7/1861: enlisted in New Hanover County for the war as a Private in 1st NC Artillery (10th Regiment NCT)

7/6/1861: deserted

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

Jul-Oct 1863: jailed for desertion in Charleston

Nov/Dec 1863: present but under arrest

2/22/1864: hospitalized with scabies in Petersburg

2/29/1864: returned to duty

6/3/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

6/22/1864: released and joined Co. I, 1st Regt U. S. Vol. Infantry

NOTES

Son of Philip, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 18, 110

Teachey, William

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

5/4/1863: hospitalized in Wilmington with diarrhea

Jul/Aug 1863: returned to duty

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/17/1864: transferred to Elmira

8/15/1864: died of remittent fever at Elmira

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 111

Tew, Alexander

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

5/9/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 20

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

11/2/1864: died at Elmira of chronic diarrhea

NOTES

Born in 1842 (1834 in [67 & 110]); brother of Jeremiah, same company; “Alex” on tombstone

REFERENCES: 2, 67, 110, 111

Tew, Bedford

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

7/10/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 24

Mar/Apr, 1863: absent without leave for 17 days

May/Jun, 1863: on sick furlough

7/28/1863: absent without leave

10/5/1863: returned to duty

12/28/1864: absent without leave

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Tew, Daniel Cameron

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/7/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 16

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent sick

Jan/Feb, 1863: 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: fractured breastbone, broke three ribs, and dislocated shoulder in train wreck at Shohola

6/21/1865: released at Elmira after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Brother of Lemmick, same company; family info at [108]; pension applications at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 105, 108, 109, 110

Tew, Holly

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate he served in this company

NOTES

First page of pension application says “51st”, but second page and outside fold state “53”. Unit for H. Tew listed as 53rd Infantry, Co. I [131]

REFERENCES: 2, 67, 109

Tew, Jackson

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/21/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 18

Feb, 1863: left sick at Wilmington

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

5/31/1864: wounded and captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

10/22/1864: died of pneumonia at Elmira

NOTES

Born 1844 [67]; brother of John, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 67, 105, 110, 111, 162

Tew, James Martin

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

5/9/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 27

7/11-14/1863: treated for debility at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 35) in Wilmington

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

12/2/1864: died of rheumatic carditis at Elmira

NOTES

Born: 1835 [110]; name given as James W. in [36]; brother to William, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 36, 98, 108, 110, 111

Tew, Jeremiah

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

9/14/1863: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 29

2/26/1864: hospitalized at Petersburg with pneumonia

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

12/25/1864: absent sick

NOTES

Born 1834 [67]; brother of Alexander, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Tew, John

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

5/16/1864: killed at Drewry’s Bluff

NOTES

Brother of Jackson, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 105, 110

Tew, John Joel

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: 2nd Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

12/24/1862: elected 3rd Lieutenant

9/17/1863: promoted to 2nd Lieutenant

5/31/1864: wounded in left arm (fracture) at Cold Harbor

1/2/1865: reported as absent sick

1/24/1865: absent wounded until returning to duty on this date

NOTES

In command of company at Cold Harbor; trousers & socks on display at Ft. Worth Civil War Museum

REFERENCES: 1, 2, 130, 221, 222

Tew, John L.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

6/2/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 23) in Wilmington for gastritis

5/15/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 5, bed 10) with typhoid fever

5/16/1863: died of pneumonia in hospital

NOTES

Cause of death stated as “bilious fever’, age 24 at death [183]; brother of Myutt, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110, 183

Tew, John Robert

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/6/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 25

Mar/Apr, 1863: absent without leave

May/Jun, 1863: 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: left leg broken and head mashed during train wreck at Shohola

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

3/6/1865: hospitalized at Richmond with debility

3/9/1865: furloughed for 30 days

NOTES

DOB: 10/4/1834; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 105, 108

Tew, Lemick James

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/1/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 22 as a Private

5/1/1862: listed on company roll as a Private

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

Mar/Apr, 1863: reduced to ranks

Feb, 1864: present through this month; served as acting sutler and wagon driver for part of this period

6/1/1864: 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

DOB: 1/24/1840; brother of Daniel, same company; family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 105, 108, 110, 112

Tew, Lewis M.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

7/5/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 27 as a Private

Mar-Aug, 1864: promoted to Corporal

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

DOB: 7/10/1834 [112]; pension application states not wounded but service affected his eyes

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 112

Tew, Loudin Blue

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1862: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 28

12/17/1862: wounded slightly in right side and/or hip at Goldsboro

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

May-Aug, 1864: absent sick

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

2/3/1865: hospitalized at Wilmington with rheumatism

2/14/1865: fuloughed for 60 days

NOTES

DOB: 12/18/1833; family info incorrect at [108]; soldier’s & widow’s pension applications at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 109, 112, 143

Tew, Martin B.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

4/26/1862: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 18

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

5/1/1865: paroled at Greensboro

NOTES

DOB: 1/6/1844 [112]; soldier’s & widow’s pension applications at [109], not wounded during the war

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 110, 112

Tew, Myutt M.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

7/5/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 25

5/4/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 2, bed 32) in Wilmington with neuralgia

Sep/Oct, 1863: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Born in 1837; survived the war; brother of John L., same company; name spelled “Myett” in census records

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110

Tew, Sherwood B.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: New Hanover Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/11/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 47

4/7/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 5, bed 6) in Wilmington with parotitis

4/28/1862: died in Wilmington hospital of chills and fever

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98

Tew, William Henry

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/5/1863: enlisted in Cumberland Co. at age 34

Jul/Aug, 1863: sick in hospital at Augusta

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Born: April, 1828; middle name Henry in marriage records; brother of James, same company; family info at [108]; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 108, 110

Themegley, T. F.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Wayne Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Jan-Apr, 1865: probably enlisted during this period

May, 1865: paroled at Goldsboro

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Thigpen, Allen

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

6/20/1861: enlisted in Co. B, 9th Regt NC Troops in Duplin County at age 21

8/31/1864: present until transferred to Co. G, 51st Regt NC Troops

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

11/25/1864: confined at various Federal hospitals and at Camp Hamilton, VA through this date

12/23/1864: transferred to Point Lookout

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

NOTES

Brother of Thomas, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 3, 110

Thigpen, Thomas

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/18/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 19

5/1-5/5/1862: treated for dyspepsia at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 1, bed 17) in Wilmington

7/10-8/7/1863: treated for biluous fever at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 230)

NOTES

Brother of Allen, same company; pension records indicate he was wounded in the left calf at Drewry’s Bluff, left thigh at Petersburg, and right arm at Bentonville

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109, 110

Thomas, James

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

4/13/1862: transferred to Co. A, 51st Regt. NC Troops before this date; failed to report for duty

7/1/1862: dropped from company rolls before this date

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Thomas, John Ivey

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Corporal

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/15/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 44 as a Private

May/Jun, 1863: promoted to Corporal

5/31/1864: killed at Cold Harbor

NOTES

Widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Thomason, William G.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Cumberland Co.

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/26/1862: enlisted in Co. I, 51st Regt. NC Troops in Cumberland Co. at age 17

8/20/1862-2/28/1863: detached guarding government stores at Fayetteville

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

9/24/1863: transferred to 2nd Co. B, 36th Regt. N. C. Troops

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

Feb, 1865: present through this month

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 18, 105

Thompson, Giles W.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: 1st Lieutenant

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 20

12/16/1861: present until company disbanded

2/28/1862: appointed 2nd Lieutenant of Co. E, 51st Regt. NC Troops

12/11/1862: promoted to 1st Lieutenant

7/18/1862: wounded in leg at Battery Wagner and later died

NOTES

Family info at [108]

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 70, 108, 175

Thompson, James P.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robesob Co. at age 22 as a Sergeant

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: absent sick

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

5/20/1863: discharged after providing substitute

NOTES

Brother of Theodore, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Thompson, John

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co.

6/20/1862: died in Robeson County, cause of death not reported

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Thompson, John Easy

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 30

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

None

REFERENCES: 2

Thompson, John S.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/27/1863: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 25

Jul/Aug, 1863: absent sick

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

5/8/1864: died of typhoid fever in hospital at Petersburg

NOTES

Born: 1838 [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 128

Thompson, John T.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Johnston Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/24/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 42

5/26/1863: treated at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 99) in Wilmington for diarrhea

June, 1863 – Feb, 1864: possibly detailed as nurse in Confederate Hospital #4

Mar/Apr, 1864: returned to duty

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

5/25/1864: died in hospital of wounds

NOTES

Name listed as Jno. Thompson, Jr in 1850 census; father of John Thomas of same company and Nathan J. of Co. G; widow’s pension application states he was detailed as a nurse in a hospital in Wilmington and rejoined the unit shortly before he was wounded

REFERENCES: 2, 56, 58, 98, 109

Thompson, John Thomas

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/24/1863: enlisted on James Island, SC at age 19 as substitute for Pvt. Armalin Bryant Hill

9/30/1864: wounded in left leg and pelvis at Fort Harrison; hospitalized at Fort Monroe

10/10/1864: died from exhaustion after amputation of leg

NOTES

Name listed as Thomas Thompson in 1850 census; son of John T. of same company & brother of Nathan in Co. G

REFERENCES: 2, 56, 58

Thompson, Nathan J.

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/23/1861: enlisted in Co. C, 20th Regt. NC Troops in Columbus Co.

7/13/1861: deserted

5/1/1862: enlisted in Co. G, 51st Regt. NC Troops in New Hanover County, age 26

12/17/1862: wounded slightly at Goldsboro

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

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

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

9/30/1864: wounded in left arm and captured at Ft. Harrison

11/24/1864: hospitalized at Ft. Monroe and transferred to Camp Hamilton, VA prior to this date

11/24/1864: transferred to Point Lookout

1/17/1865: paroled

1/21/1865: exchanged and received at Boulware’s Wharf, VA

NOTES

Age 14 in 1850 census [56]; Hugh Jolly of Company F lived in same household in 1860 census; pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 9, 36, 58, 109, 143

Thompson, Noah McK.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/28/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 23

5/16-6/1, 1864: wounded near Petersburg during this period

7/3/1864: died of wounds in hospital at Richmond

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 58

Thompson, Oliver T.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

9/16/1862: promoted to Corporal

6/17/1864: killed near Petersburg

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Thompson, Samuel S. B.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Turpentiner

SERVICE RECORD

5/8/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 18

5/31-6/13/1862: treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 31) in Wilmington

Jul/Aug, 1863: sick in hospital at Charleston

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Samuel Sebastian Bartholomew Thompson; DOB: 4/5/1837;
brother of William M. Thompson of same company; daughter Nancy, age 7, died of diphtheria on 8/28/1863

REFERENCES: 2, 58, 59, 98, 110, 191

Thompson, Theodore Ashley

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 16

Sep/Oct, 1862: absent sick

Nov/Dec, 1862: returned to duty

8/2/1864: killed near Petersburg

NOTES

Brother of James P., same company

REFERENCES: 2

Thompson, William A.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/9/1863: enlisted in Charleston at age 18

6/17/1864: killed near Petersburg

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Thompson, William Murray

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: 2nd Lieutenant

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/25/1862: enlisted in Columbus Co. at age 32 as a Private

5/23/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 1) in Wilmington with rubeola

5/29/1862: furloughed to recover at home

July, 1862: detailed as a hospital steward

Sep, 1862: volunteered for extra duty as a hospital nurse; continued to end of war

8/1/1863: promoted to Corporal

Mar-Apr, 1864: detached as provost guard near Petersburg

4/30/1864: admitted to hospital in Richmond

Aug, 1864: sick in hospital at Richmond through this month

May-Oct, 1864: home on sick furlough

8/29/1864: appointed 2nd Lieutenant

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Biography at [103]; photo at [108]; brother of Samuel Thompson of same company

REFERENCES: 1, 2, 58, 59, 98, 103, 112

Thompson, William P.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

5/12/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 28

5/25/1862: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 1) in Wilmington for rubeola

5/29/1862: furloughed

8/27/1862: died of typhoid fever at Ft. Johnston, near Smithville (Southport)

NOTES

Widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109

Thomson, W.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Dec, 1862: absent sick; no further records

NOTES

Date and place of enlistment not reported

REFERENCES: 2

Thornton, Thomas J.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

3/6/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. as a Private

12/17/1862: wounded slightly in shoulder at Goldsboro

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

5/17/1863: promoted to Corporal

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

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

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

8/26/1864: promoted to Sergeant

Dec, 1864: present through this month

4/6/1865: hospitalized at Raleigh

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 52, 70

Tindall, Austin

COMPANY: Co. G

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/11/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 18

4/1/1862: reported absent without leave

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Tolar, Hiram J.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

10/20/1864: enlisted in Cumberland County at age 39

12/25/1864: absent sick

NOTES

Middle initial “J” at [110]; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 100, 110

Tolar, Robert M.

COMPANY: Co. I

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Cumberland Co.

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

10/3/1862: enlisted in Co. I, 51st Regt. NC Troops in Cumberland Co. at age 31

2/7/1863: absent sick

4/10/1863: admitted to Wayside Hospital in Charleston with typhoid fever; transferred to General College Hospital #1 in Columbia

May/Jun, 1863: returned to duty

10/26/1863: transferred to 3rd Co. B, 36th Regt. N. C. Troops

Aug, 1864: present through this month

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

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

NOTES

Born: 1831 [110]; one of nine brothers to serve in Confederate Army; monument to brothers erected in Cross Creek Cemetery at Fayetteville; pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 18, 98, 103, 109, 110

Toon, Luther

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Columbus Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Student

SERVICE RECORD

7/1/1862: enlisted before this date at age 18; appointed colonel’s orderly

8/4/1862: drowned in Cape Fear River after falling from deck of “Congaree” near Smithville (Southport)

8/7/1862: body recovered near Camp Wyatt and sent home the next day

NOTES

DOB: 4/28/1844; half-brother of Captain John Kelly, same company; account of drowning in [2]; body recovered near Camp Wyatt a few days later [201]

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 58, 110, 112, 154, 201, 203

Townsend, Charles F.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 22

Sep, 1863: wounded in right arm by shell at Sullivan’s Island; arm amputated

Oct, 1864: absent wounded through this month

NOTES

DOB: 7/16/1840; family info at [108]; appeared on amputee roll for Cumberland County in 1866; in list of surviving veterans printed by “The Robesonian” on 5/8/1919; two pension applications at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 45, 103, 108, 109

Townsend, Floyd

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Marion District, SC

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 28

5/19-23/1862: treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 17) in Wilmington

2/17/1863: left sick at Wilmington

Mar/Apr 1863: returned to duty

6/22/1864: killed near Petersburg

NOTES

Brother of Fuller, same company

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110

Townsend, Fuller C.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan-Apr, 1863: detached service

May/Jun, 1863: rejoined unit

Summer, 1864: wounded by sharpshooter near Petersburg

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

Brother of Floyd, same company; survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Townsend, Jackson

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 39

Sep-Dec, 1862: absent sick

Jan/Feb, 1863: detached service

Mar/Apr, 1863: rejoined unit

May-Oct, 1863: absent sick and on detached service

Nov/Dec, 1863: rejoined unit

Jan-Apr, 1864: absent sick

May-Oct, 1864: detached service

Nov/Dec, 1864: rejoined unit

Dec, 1864: present through this month

NOTES

DOB: 12/11/1822; became a minister after the war

REFERENCES: 2, 112

Treadwell, John R.

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/24/1862: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 27

7/7-15/1862: treated for acute diarrhea at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 6, bed 1) in Wilmington

Jul-Dec, 1862: absent sick

2/25/1863: absent without leave

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

Jul, 1863-Feb, 1864: absent sick; returned to duty on unspecified date

12/5/1863: admitted to Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 8, bed 168) for debility

12/22/1863: furloughed

8/19/1864: captured near Globe Tavern

8/22/1864: confined at Point Lookout

1/17/1865: paroled at Point Lookout

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

NOTES

Born in 1835 (1834 at [112]); admitted to Soldier’s Home as “Jno. R. Trimwell” on 6/9/1902, age 69, from Bladen Co., died in March, 1903 [133]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110, 112, 133

Troy, Edmond

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

2/23/1864: enlisted at Camp Vance

4/25/1864: deserted

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Tucker, A.

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Jan-Apr, 1865: probably enlisted during this period

7/29/1865: paroled at Petersburg

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2

Tucker, Calvin

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Cooper

SERVICE RECORD

3/8/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 25 as a Corporal

4/21-26/1862: treated for continuous fever at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 4, bed 18) in Wilmington

5/17/1863: promoted to Sergeant

7/11/1864: wounded “through the bowels” by Federal sharpshooters near Petersburg

7/12/1864: died from wounds in brigade hospital

NOTES

Two widow’s pension applications at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 109

Tucker, Kilby

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/15/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 28

6/16/1864: captured near Bermuda Hundred [164]

6/19/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/9/1864: transferred to Elmira

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

NOTES

Widow’s pension application states he was wounded in the head on the date he was captured and died shortly after returning home in July, 1865 [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109, 139, 164

Tucker, William

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/15/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 44

6/24-7/3/1862: treated for rubeola at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 12) in Wilmington

7/28-8/7/1862: treated for rheumatism at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 3, bed 12)

7/1/1864: killed by shell while in trenches at Petersburg

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 98

Turner, David W.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Marengo Co., AL

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/29/1862: enlisted in New Hanover Co. at age 24 as a Private in Company C

5/9/1862: appointed Color Sergeant and transferred to Regimental Staff

Jan/Feb, 1863: reduced to ranks and transferred back to Company C

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Pt. Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

1/12/1865: died of pneumonia at Elmira

NOTES

Date of death given as 1/21/1865 in [36]

REFERENCES: 2, 36, 111

Turner, Edward W.

COMPANY: Cos. A and H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/10/1863: enlisted on James Islnad, SC at age 15 as a substitute for Pvt Daniel Batten, Co. H

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

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

1/1/1864: transferred to Company A of this regiment

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

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

NOTES

Born: 1848, brother of John, same company [110]

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Turner, G. T.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate he served with this company

NOTES

Pension application filed in Guilford County; wounded in W. Virginia; widow’s pension has “Va” written in above “North Carolina”; served in 51st VA

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Turner, John W.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Duplin Co.

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

8/1/1861: enlisted as Private in 1st Co. C, 12th Regt. NC Troops at Camp Carolina, VA

11/18/1861: mustered out when company disbanded

1/20/1862: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry

4/15/1862: transferred to Co. A, 51st Regt. NC Troops at age 19

9/17-12/31/1862: absent sick

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

7/28/1863: hospitalized at Confederate Hospital #4 (ward 7, bed 231) in Wilmington with typhoid fever

8/21/1863: furloughed for 30 days

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

May-Aug, 1864: hospitalized at Richmond

Nov/Dec, 1864: returned to duty

NOTES

Born: 1843, brother of Edward, same company; pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 8, 98, 109, 110

Turnidge, John James

COMPANY: Co. B

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records show he served in this company

NOTES

Unable to locate this pension file (J. J. Turnage appears on rolls of 27th NC Militia).

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Tyner, Nicholas

COMPANY: Co. F

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/10/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 46

Jul/Aug 1862: reported absent without leave

Sep/Oct 1862: listed as a deserter; returned to duty on an unspecified date

12/15/1862: deserted again

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

Jan/Feb 1863: returned to duty

Sep/Oct 1864: reported absent sick

Nov/Dec 1864: returned to duty

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110, 216

Tyner, 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 39

Nov/Dec 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb 1863: returned to duty

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

7/18/1864: died at Elmira of a contusion inflicted during train wreck at Shohola

NOTES

Born in 1820 [158]

REFERENCES: 2, 111, 158

Tyner, Wylie J.

COMPANY: Co. E

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Robeson Co.

RESIDENCE: Robeson Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

2/28/1862: enlisted in Robeson Co. at age 24

Mar-Jun, 1862: under arrest; reason not reported

Jul/Aug, 1862: returned to duty

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

5/28/1864: deserted

NOTES

Widow’s pension application at [109]

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Tyson, Daniel

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

4/13/1864: enlisted at Camp Hill near Petersburg, VA at age 18

Aug, 1864: present through this month

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

Dec, 1864: absent wounded/absent sick through this month

NOTES

Born:1846, brother of Joseph, same company [110]; death certificate at [110], born March, 1847

REFERENCES: 2,110

Tyson, Joseph W.

COMPANY: Co. H

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Bladen Co.

RESIDENCE: Columbus Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

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

Jan/Feb, 1863: left sick at Camp Whiting (Wilmington)

Mar/Apr, 1863: returned to duty

Mar/Apr, 1864: sick in hospital at Petersburg

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

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

7/26/1865: released at Ft. Monroe after taking Oath of Allegiance

NOTES

Brother of Daniel, same company; pension application and witness statements in separate files at [109]; admitted to soldier’s Home on 5/28/1895 [133]; appeared on amputee roll for Bladen County in 1866; attended reunion in 1891

REFERENCES: 2, 45, 103, 109, 110, 133

Umberger, C. W.

COMPANY: Co. C

RANK: Rank Unk.

BIRTHPLACE: Unreported

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

Pension records indicate he served with this company

NOTES

Pension documents clearly state 51st Virginia

REFERENCES: 2, 109

Underwood, Acy J.

COMPANY: Co. D

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Wake Co.

RESIDENCE: Wake Co.

OCCUPATION: Laborer

SERVICE RECORD

3/28/1862: enlisted at age 23

4/14/1862: absent without leave

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Underwood, Joseph Boykin

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: Captain

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Gentleman

SERVICE RECORD

3/3/1862: appointed Captain of Co. K at age 24

12/11/1862: submitted resignation to attend to father’s estate; apparently not accepted

9/5/1863: resigned; reason not reported

9/17/1863: resignation accepted

NOTES

DOB: 3/6/1838 & middle name “Boykin” [112]; wrote letter attached to Samson Hawley’s widow’s pension application in 1885

REFERENCES: 2, 70, 110, 112, 130

Vancannon, John W.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Moore Co.

RESIDENCE: Unreported

OCCUPATION: Unreported

SERVICE RECORD

5/23/1863: enlisted at Camp Holmes near Wilmington

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

5/19/1864: died of wounds

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 161

Vann, Chester Rockwell

COMPANY: Co. K

RANK: 1st Sergeant

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/29/1862: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 32 as a Private

7/1/1862: promoted to 1st Sergeant

5/29/1863: hospitalized at Wilmington (Confederate Hospital #4) with diarrhea

6/16/1863: furloughed for 20 days

Jul/Aug 1863: returned to duty

6/1/1864: captured at Cold Harbor

6/11/1864: confined at Point Lookout

7/12/1864: transferred to Elmira

10/29/1864: died at Elmira of pneumonia

NOTES

Obit in “Fayetteville Observer”, 12/15/1864; DOB: 11/5/1830 [99]; name spelled Vain in [36]

REFERENCES: 2, 36, 98, 99, 111, 203, 206

Vann, John R.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: North Carolina

RESIDENCE: Duplin Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

2/13/1863: enlisted in Duplin Co. at age 18

Mar/Apr, 1863: present but sick

6/29/1863: hospitalized in Wilmington (Confederate Hospital #4) with debility

7/23/1863: returned to duty

8/13/1863: hospitalized at Charleston

Sep/Oct, 1863: returned to duty

1/29/1864: wounded in arm by accidental discharge of rifle; hospitalized at Petersburg; arm amputated

2/28/1864: furloughed

10/7/1864: discharged to Invalid Corps

NOTES

Born: 1845 [110]; witnessed Joshua Carver’s pension application

REFERENCES: 2, 98, 110, 109

Vann, William T.

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Sampson Co.

RESIDENCE: Sampson Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

3/28/1862: enlisted in Sampson Co. at age 33 as a Corporal

Sep/Oct, 1862: promoted to 1st Sergeant

8/15/1863: hospitalized in Charleston

Sep/Oct, 1863: furloughed

10/19/1863: absent without leave

10/31/1863: reduced to ranks

12/1/1863: returned to duty

1/28/1864: on detail near Petersburg

May-Aug, 1864: absent sick in division hospital

Sep/Oct, 1864: returned to duty

Nov/Dec, 1864: present

NOTES

Survived the war

REFERENCES: 2, 110

Vause, Amos R.

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

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

Nov/Dec, 1863: returned to duty

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

7/11/1864: died from wounds in hospital

NOTES

Brother of Jacob of same company

REFERENCES: 2, 56, 58, 110, 126

Vause, Jacob  McDuffie

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 21

Sep/Oct, 1862: sick in hospital at Goldsboro

12/31/1863: absent sick through this date; dropped from company rolls

12/8/1864: returned to duty

12/11/1864: hospitalized at Richmond with nephritis, chronic diarrhea, and debility

1/10/1865: returned to duty

NOTES

Wounded and sent home with 100% disability but returned to duty when healed; brother of Nathan Vause, same company (ref Jim Vause in [40]); middle name “McDuffie” in [40]; brother of Amos of same company; pension application at [109]; in Hospital #24 at Richmond at end of war [John David Ward pension application]

REFERENCES: 2, 40, 56, 58, 109, 110, 112

Vause, Nathan L.

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

Nov/Dec, 1862: absent without leave

Jan/Feb, 1863: returned to duty

12/20/1863: died of pneuimonia at Camp Pender near Hamilton, NC

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 58

Vick, Samuel

COMPANY: Co. A

RANK: Private

BIRTHPLACE: Wayne Co.

RESIDENCE: Wayne Co.

OCCUPATION: Farmer

SERVICE RECORD

12/25/1861: enlisted in Co. D, 13th Battalion NC Infantry in New Hanover County at age 21

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

8/20/1862: hospitalized at Wilmington with continued fever

9/1/1862: died in hospital of fever

NOTES

None

REFERENCES: 2, 8

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