1st & 2nd Stuart Horse Artillery

ADAMS. JESSE A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/1/62 in Alabama. Another source indicates enlisted 6/10/63. Pres. (11/2/63) Absent sick with epilepsy at CSA GH Charlottesville 3/14/64-3/31/64. On register of payments from 5/1-8/31/64. Pres. 7/24/64, 8/9/64, 11/31/64. Paid $67.13 on 9/5/64. Absent sick 1/20/65. Another note in file indicates enl at Richmond 7/12/7 by Lt. J. T. Shepherd. Paid $50.00 bounty. Postwar note indicates wounded at Amesville.

ADDISON, WALTER DULANEY: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/1/61 in Richmond? Another note states enlistment on 11/1/63 at Richmond by Lt. Johnston. Present 11/2/63. Present 4/1/64. Among those who wished to transfer to Md. Line per S.O. #100/2 4/29/64. Captured 6/11/64 at Louisa CH. Another card states captured in Wilderness 5/8/64. Sent to Belle Plain 5/17/64 and then Pt. Lookout. On rolls at Elmira, N.Y.  Paroled and sent to James River for exchange. On roll of exchanged POW's at Camp Lee 2/2/65. Paroled by 20th N.Y. Cav., Richmond 5/13/65. See POW cards in case of Frank Dyer, 6th Va. Cav and Theodore W. Edwards 15th Va. Cav. Res. of Price Georges Co., MD.

ADKINS, P.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. at Halifax by Capt. McPhail. Enl. with SHA 1/28/63 from Camp Lee. At Chimbo #4 with hernia 5/27/64. Furloughed 35 days. 8/30/64 to Halifax Co. Present (9/64). NFR.

AIKEN. JOHN E.: 1st SHA. Pvt. From Baltimore. Enl. 9/8/62 in Richmond by Lt. Shepherd. Present (11/2/63).  Absent on furlough (1-2/64). AWOL (4/1/64). Postwar note states killed at Dover, near Aldie.

ALDRIDGE, STAUNTON R.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 40, merchant, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.  May have also served in the 42nd VA Inf., and the 37th Battn. VA Cav.

ALLEY. ANDERSON: 1st SHA.  Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 40, farmer, native of KY, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.  Also served in the 4th VA Reserves.

ALTIZER, ENNIS: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

ALTIZER. JOHN W.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 23, farm laborer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

ALTIZER, JESSE R.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 35, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

ALTIZER, M.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

ANDERSON, JOEL C: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 30, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

ANDERSON, T. W.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Reed, clothing 11/12/64. NFR.

ANDERSON. WILLIAM H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref. From Floyd Co., Va. Age 19, farm laborer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

ANDERSON.       : 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref. Killed at Dover, near Aldie.

ANTONIO, C: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/10/62 in Richmond by Lt. Shepherd. Present 1/64-7/8/64 when captured.  Parole given at Burkeville, Va. 4/26/65. Signed with an X.

ARGYLE, E. H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Paroled at Columbia, Va. by 1st N.Y. Mtd. Rifles 5/4/65.

ARNOLD, FRANK A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Only record in file shows pay record for 4/30/63. Res. of Hookstown, Baltimore Co., MD.

ARNOLD, JOHN A.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Occupation: hatter. Enl. w/Co. H, 17th Va. Inf. at Alexandria, 4/17/61, age 19. Absent wounded, 8/31/62. Present 4/43. Shown as AWOL on rolls 11/62- 2/63 (probably the time period he was serving with SHA.) Returned to 17th while at Culpeper CH. Under arrest 10/63. Apparently got out of CM. Captured 4/65 and took Oath at Alexandria. Moved around 1869 to Bloomington, Ill., where he died 10/1/06.

ARNOLD. JULIAN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Returned to 5th Va. Inf. Killed by thieves at Alexandria.

AUSTIN, WILLIAM R.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Paroled 4/29/65 in Ashland to return to Louisa County.

AVERY, WILLIAM: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Deserted at Culpeper CH.

BABER, LEONIDAS L.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/27/62, Richmond. Present 11/2/63 - AWOL (1/1/64). Absent with leave (4/64). NFR.

BABER, W. A.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothing recd. 12/28/64.

BAKER, ANDREW JACKSON: 2nd SHA. Pvt. B. 1840. Pvt. Enl. 9/1/62 in Maryland. Blacksmith 11/1/62 - 1/1/63. Rate of pay 40 cents. Present through end. Noted as a blacksmith again in file 5/1/63-10/31/63 Clothes recd. 10/18/64 and 11/12/64. Res. of Mt. Airy, Carroll Co., MD.

BAKER, SAMUEL: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Scant records available. Noted at GH #3 with acute pneumonia 8/63. Shows died 8/15/63. However, other records show died 8/13/64 at GH #3 in Lynchburg.  Effects ($5.50) received 8/30/64. Certificate #2367. Yet another final note in his file states POW paroled at Farmville between 4/11 and 4/21/65. J.S. BAKER may have been the one who died. Res. of Royer's Forge, Baltimore Co., MD.

BALL. R. J.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothes recd. 11/29/64. NFR.

BARTON, CHARLES M.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref. Killed 5/22/62. May have also served in the Jackson Artillery.

BARTON, DAVID R.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref. Killed 12/13/62. May have also served in the Jackson Artillery, and the University Battn. VA Inf.

BASHAM, HILERY H.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 29, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

BATES. JULIUS E.: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Arkansas. Roll of POW's captured at Westminster, 7/2/63. Sent to Ft. McHenry 7/5/63. Then to Ft. Delaware 7/7/63. Wishing to enl. in U.S. service 8/30/63. NFR.

BAUGHN, GEORGE DALLAS: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Teamster 9/21/64 to end.  Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/65.

BAUGHN. JAMES C: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Teamster for the same brother G.D. shows above. Also surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/65.

BEALL, LLOYD: 1st SHA. Pvt. Had served for at least 14 years in U.S. service, 11 of which was with the artillery. Left as U.S. captain. Enl. 8/1/63, Richmond. Absent with leave 8/12/63. At Chimbo #2 with spasmodic asthma 2/20-4/16/64. Deserted from hospital. Transf. to Md. line per S.O. 184/42. 8/5/64. Captured at Strasburg 10/9/64. To Pt. Lookout 10/13/64. Exchanged 2/13/65. Present at Camp Lee 2/20/65. Recommended for a commission by Maj. Breathed 3/20/65; "He has been a private in my command for the last ten months has displayed coolness, gallantry... In my opinion he is in every particular qualified for a commission." Endorsed by M.Gen. Fitz Lee. Apparently at the opening of the war was a mustering officer with the U.S. While in U.S. service left Kansas with intent of resigning. Letter of L. Beall dated 2/15/64 stated "...I frequently refused to do duty in the United States Service, especially after the first battle of Manassas at which time I said that I would never again take up arms against the South for which I was placed under arrest and was not released until I consented to do the duty of "mustering officer" "Since his wife made it impossible to travel he was "compelled to perform that duty." Stuart's endorsement went all the way back to 12/15/63.

BEARD, ROBERT (HOOPER): 1st SHA. Pvt. B. S.C. Enl. 1/7/62, Talledega, Alabama. Record states deserted near Brandy Station 6/6/63 "No Interest South."  Captured in the def. Of the South Potomac 6/13/63 and sent to OCP. Oath taken. Sent to Philadelphia.

BENNETT, LIVINGSTON ORIC: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 10/11/___    in Martinsburg. Present until captured on the Potomac 3/4/63 and sent to Old Cap. Prison.  Apparently exchanged as shows present by 8/10/63 when present in Chimbo. #1 until 8/19/63. Transfer orders to Md. line per SO #100/2; revoked per SO #177/7 7/28/64. Took oath in Danville, Va. 4/28/65; destination his residence at 229 N. Eutaw St. in Baltimore, Md. At Soldier's Home in Pikeville, Md. in 1894 (1335 York Rd. listed as residence.)

BENNETT, WILLIAM V.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Resident of Herford Co., Md. Occupation: farmer. On rolls from 1/64 until captured at Strasburg 10/9/64. Sent to Pt. Lookout and released on oath 5/12/65. Was still due his bounty when captured.

BERRY. WALLER or WALLACE: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/7 or 27/62 at Culpeper. Pres. through end. Special notes state Wagon Master 7/9/63 - 10/31/63 at a rate of pay of 25 cents. Also riding private horse on detached service (11/3/64) through 1/20/65. Postwar note stated that he was assigned with the Bttn. ordnance wagons.

BEST, JAMES ELIAS: 2nd SHA. Pvt. B. 7/25/45, Rappahannock Co. D. 5/24/35, Rappahannock Co.

BINI. JOHN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Resident of New Orleans, La. Age 43, occupation: laborer. Enl. 2/14/63 in Richmond. Wounded 5/2/63, operated on by surgeon Randolph on 5/4, ball through lower third of thigh. Leg amputated at middle third on 5/4. Admitted to hospital 5/19, general health was good and stump nearly healed; 60 day furlough 6/11/63 at residence in Richmond. At Wayside Hosp. or G.H. #9 in Richmond 9/30/63. Furlough 10/1/63 for 60 days. At Farmville G.H. 5/27/64 (Clothing recd.) Transfer from Farmville to Charlottesville 6/3/64. At Louisiana hospital 10/21/64 (Clothing recd.). Ordered to Invalid Corps P.A.C.S. 10/21/64, Mobile, Alabama. NFR.

BIRD. EDWARD T.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/15/62 at Franklin by Capt. Hale. Pres. through 1/20/65 with private horse. NFR.

BIRD. WILLIAM L.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 27, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

BLASSINGAME. _____         : 2nd SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref.

BLOUNT, S. M.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/7/___ in Richmond by Capt. Johnston. Present (8/31/64). NFR.

BOLINGER. WILLIAM: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/1/62 in Alabama. Present until on furlough (1/20/65).

BOLLMAN, JOHN M.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Res. Of Baltimore. Enl. 10/1/62 at Martinsburg by Capt. Breathed. Present until at GH #9 at Wayside 6/1/64. Postwar records state wounded "blown up on caisson" at Union, Va. 11/2/62. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Va. Cav. 8/14/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Md. Cav. 8/15/64. Res. Of Baltimore. D. by 1903.

BOONE, JACOB: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 32, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

BOOTHE, HENDERSON: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62 in Richmond. Pres. through 1/20/65.

BOOTHE, J. W.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. 

BOOTHE, LEWIS:  1st SHA.  Listed in Amos D. Woods Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 30, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.  May have also served in the 36th VA Inf.

BOOTHE, NOAH R.: 1st SHA.  Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 20, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

BOOTHE, THOMAS: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62 in Richmond. Present through 1/20/65. NFR. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

BOURKE, HUGH: 1st SHA. Pvt. Violated 9th Article of War. NFR.

BOWLES, WILLIAM J.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothing recd. 12/28/64. NFR. May have also served in the 10th VA Cav.

BOYD, _______ : 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref. From Baltimore.

BOYDTON, WILLIAM L.: SHA. Postwar ref Notes include something about misbehavior before the enemy. See also Shoemaker's Lynchburg Artillery.

BRANCH, CHARLES: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/1/63 at Richmond by Lt. Johnston. Wounded and at Jackson Hospital 6/2/64 (Horse wounded or killed as well). Suffered shell wound to arm. To Cpl. 7/17/64. NFR.

BRANCH, WILLIAM: 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref.

BREATHED, F.[B] H. G.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Buried at Sharon Cem., Middleburg, Va.

BREATHED, JAMES W.: 1st SHA. 1st Lt.-Capt. B. 2/13/38 at Funkstown, Md. son of John W. and Ana MacGill Williams Breathed of "Boyuca" near St. James College in Hagerstown, Md. Educated at Military School in Urbanna (school run by John Robert Jones, later general A.N.V.). Entered St. James College. Later attended Maryland University and Medical College. Graduated 1858 with degree in medicine. Went west to practice. Practicing in St. Joseph, Mo. in 1861. On return trip east rode in train with J.E.B. Stuart. Enl. 4/19/61 at Martinsburg in Co. B, 1st Va. Cav. Appointed Lt. of cav. 11/18/61. Transferred to SHA 11/20/61. 1st Lt. 3/23/62. Captain 9/22/62 to rank from 8/9. Attempted to resign 9/25/63 but strongly disapproved by Generals W. C. Wickham, Fitz Lee and Stuart. Major 2/27/64.  Commanded Horse Arty. Bttn. until slightly wounded 5/10/64 at Yellow Tavern. Wounded again 6/24. Detached with Gen Early 8/64. Paroled at Winchester 4/24/65. 5' 11", light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. After war established medical practice in Hancock, Md. D. 2/14/70, age 32. Buried at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Hancock, Md. George Wilmer Brown annotated in a postwar note that Breathed's middle initial was “N”.

BRIEUX or BREAUX, EDMOND: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/1/63, Culpeper. Deserted (1/20/65). 3rd New York Cavalry picked-up and forwarded him from Bernard's Mills via Portsmouth.

BROOKE, ROBERT M.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? At Chimbo #3 with scabies 8/16 - 8/29/64. Transferred to Thornton's Battery per S.0. #38/39, 2/15/65. Occupation: cattle driver. Lived after the war (1894) at 416 N. Carrollton Ave., Baltimore. In Md. Soldier's Home also in 1894.

BROWN, DANIEL: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Listed only as wagoner from 11/1/62 - 1/1/63. NFR. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 24, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.  Also appears to have served in the 21st VA Cav.

BROWN, GEORGE WILMER: 2nd SHA. Captain. B. son of Rev. Richard Templeton Brown (rector of the church at Fairfax CH, a direct descendant of Edward Brown, who came to Va. in 1607. E. Brown's wife was Margaret Templeton. G.W. Brown's mother was Marion Rebecca Wilmer (m. to R. T. Brown in Alex., Va. 1837) whose ancestor had come to Maryland in 1660. Grandfather, William Holland Wilmer was President of the College of William and Mary and was buried in the churchyard of the Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburg. Entered VMI 7/59. Went to Richmond with the Corps of Cadets in 1861 and was drill master for Co. C (Patrick Henry Rifles), 15th Virginia Infantry. Joined Pelham's Battery as a private. 2nd Lt. Captain, 2/18/65. Captured at Appomattox. After the war resided mostly in western N.Y. where he engaged in real estate business at 406 Presidential building, Buffalo, N.Y., Lived with his niece. Miss Marian Van Horn, in Bancroft, Va. some years before his death.  D. in Johns Hopkins University hospital. Services in Epiphany church before being interred in Arlington National Cemetery.

BROWN, GEORGE W.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  KIA during the Seven Days' Battles around Richmond in summer 1862. Age 31, Farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

BROWN, JAMES F.: 1st SHA. Cpl. B. 7/9/41 in Jefferson Co., Va.  Moved with his family to Washington Co., Md. in early childhood. Educated at St. Mary's College. Enl. Co. K (2nd), 1st Va. Cav. in 1861. Served as civilian courier for Gen. J.E.B. Stuart. Transferred to SHA. Captured at Hagerstown, Md. 7/7/63. Sent to Ft. Delaware. Transf. to Pt. Lookout. Exch. 2/10/65. Surrendered at Appomattox CH 4/9/65.  Lived at Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD postwar.  D. from Bright's Disease 12/27/98, age 57, buried in Loudon Park, Baltimore. Survived by, wife and one daughter.

BROWN, JAMES TEMPLETON "Temp": 2nd SHA. Cpl. Enl. 12/24/62, Richmond. Present through 1/20/65 when listed as 3rd cpl.

BROWN, JOHN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/1 5/_ in Richmond by Lt. Col. Pate. Present until at CSA GH Charlottes­ville with pneumonia 3/11/64. Died 3/13/64. Effects reed. 4/16/64, cert. #842. $41.25 claim #4449. Res. of Calvert Co., MD.

BROWN, JOHN: 2nd SHA. Postwar records.

BROWN, T. J.: 2nd SHA. Sgt. Died near Pohick in 1863 after having taken sick and being left.

BULGER, JOHN: 1st SHA. Postwar roster states "Mississippi."

BUNCH, RICHARD: SHA. Postwar reference. From Tennessee.

BURFORD, WILLIAM E.: SHA. Postwar reference. AWOL. See also Shoemaker's Lynchburg Art.

BURGER, THOMAS: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/24/62.  Sentenced to “buck and gag” 5/25/63.  To be bucked 2 hours at a time with 2 hour intervals 5/27/63 then "log drill" by Major Beckham 5/28/63. Captured at Westminster 7/2/63. To Ft. McHenry then Ft. Columbus, N.Y. Harbor, then Pt. Lookout, then Elmira 10/14/64. For exchange 10/29/64, apparently did not occur. Paroled 2/18/65 at Pt. Lookout. NFR.

BURGESS, THOMAS: 1st SHA. PWR only.

BURGESS, JOHN L.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Noted that he was taken POW at Woodstock on 9/23/64, sent to Point Lookout, Md., where held until paroled on 5/12/65. Age 27, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

BURKE. HUGH: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/24/62 in Richmond. CM ordered for viol, of 9th article of war per GO #68, 6/3/63. Confined 5/19/64 near Culpeper CH by Capt. Breathed. Revoked CM per S0#201/24, 8/25/64.  Was to transfer to Md. line 4/29/64. NFR.

BURKE. JOHN: 1st SHA. Postwar roster states "Mississippi."

BURKE, MARTIN or RICHARD: 1st SHA. Pvt. Bugler. Res. of Frederick City, Md. Enl. 12/15/62 at Richmond. At CSA GH Charlottesville 8/16/63 -9/16/63. Wounded and captured 10/17/63 battle of Buckland, Fauquier Co. Surgery performed by Surg. William Murray at Lynchburg #1. At CSA GH Charlottesville 4/16/64 -5/3/64. Transferred to Lynchburg. Postwar account states lost leg at Blackburn's Ford. Applied for wooden leg. Amputated at ankle due to shell wound.

BURWELL, GEORGE H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. See also 2nd VA Inf.

BURWELL. ROBERT POWEL PAGE: 2nd SHA. 2nd Lt. Son of Nathaniel and Dorothy P. Burwell of "Glenvin," Clarke Co. Member of "Stonewall" Brigade early in war at age 17. After 11 months joined SHA and appointed Lt. after Sharpsburg. Date of rank 9/17/62. Commissioned 1/9/63. Wounded at Brandy Station 8/1/63. D. 8/31/63, aged 19 years, 7 mos. and 14 days. Buried in the Old Chapel, Clarke Co, Va. near the grave of M.W. Henry and John Esten Cooke.  See also 2nd VA Inf.

BUSIC, JOHN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Disabled in hospital (11/3/64). NFR. B. 1840 Wilson District, Grayson Co., VA. Age 21, Farmer, 21, 1860 Grayson County Census.  Age 36, Farmer B. VA, 1870 Alleghany Co., NC Census.  D. 1919 Piney Creek, Alleghany Co., NC. May have also served in the 23rd VA Inf.

BUSKELL, RICHARD: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. ca. 1837. Student age 23, Love's Mill, Washington Co, 1860 census. Enl. 5/14/61, Abingdon, Va. With Co. D (2nd), 1st Va. Cav. Present until on detached duty 11 - 12/61.  Transferred to the 1st SHA, 1/2/62. KIA Fredericksburg, 1863?

BUTLER, _______       : 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/27/63? in Richmond. Absent in hands of enemy 11/2/63.

BUTTERLY, THOMAS: 2nd SHA. Quartermaster Sgt. Enl. 4/30/61, new Orleans. Later transferred to the 2nd SHA. Present through 1/20/65. Residence: Shreveport, La. NFR.

BYRON,______: 1st SHA. Postwar reference. Killed.

BYRON, REUBEN: 2nd SHA. Bugler. Enl. 1/12/62, Richmond. Captured 6/63 in Maryland. Exchanged and present (1/20/65). NFR.

CAHILL, MARTIN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar roster has him listed as from Mississippi and a sergeant. Enl. 4/61 in Richmond by Capt. Lewis. Enl. again 7/3/62 in Richmond. Captured 6/30/63 at Westminster. To Ft. McHenry, Ft. Delaware 7/8/63. To Ft. Columbus, NY Harbor 9/26/63. Exchanged 2/13/65. Pres. in Camp Lee 2/18/65. See 18th Mississippi Infantry. D. 4/25/97 in Fredericksburg, Va, age 65. See Fredericksburg Free Lance 4/27/97, p.3, c2 for obituary.

CALBRETH. JOHN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? WIA 11/2/62, Union.  Transferred to Co. K, 1st Va. Cav, 8/14/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Md. Cav., 8/15/64. NFR.

CALLAHAN, A. M.: SHA. Postwar reference records "25 days leave of absence."

CARDWELL. DAVID: "Davy" 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/22/63, Richmond. Occupation listed as clerk. Present through (1/20/65). Paroled 5/5/65, Ashland. Alive in 1913 in Richmond. Later, Asst. General Freight Agent of the Southern RR, Columbia S.C.

CARNEY, M. J.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Deserter 62-63. NFR. See also 10th VA Cav.

CARR, JOHN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62, Richmond. Listed with his private horse. Present through 11/64. NFR.  Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 28, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

CARR, JOSEPH: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 16, farm laborer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

CARRICO, WILLIAM HENRY: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/27/62, Culpeper.  Listed with private horse.  Present through (11/12/64). NFR. Age 24. farm laborer, 1870 Grayson Co, VA Census.

CARRINGTON, ______         : 2nd SHA. Postwar reference.

CHAMBERLAINE, RICHARD: 2nd SHA. Pvt. 8. 1843, Norfolk, Va. Parents were R.H. and _____Wilson Chamberlaine. Matriculated VMI in 1860. Grad. 7/4/63. Enl. 3/27/64, Gordonsville. At Jackson Hospital with dysentery, 6/9/64. Fell from horse and listed at Chimbo # 3, 8/16/64. Severely burned by discharge of cannon at Five Forks. Paroled 4/21/65, Ashiand. After the war engaged in business in New York and Norfolk. D. 11/30/79, age 36 in N.Y. Never married.

CHAPMAN, N.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/23/63? in Richmond by Capt. Hawkins. Pres. through 8/31/64. NFR.

CHARLES, _____: 1st SHA. Postwar ref.: Violated 23rd Art. of War. Resided after war in St. Louis.

CHICHESTER. ASHTON M.: 2nd SHA. Sgt. Enl. 3/10/62, Culpeper. Wounded and at Charlottesville GH 7/9/63. Returned 7/25/63. Owned private horse. Noted as promoted for valor and skill 8/29/64 by McGregor. 4th Sgt. (1/20/65).  NFR.  Postwar resident of Georgetown, D. C. Died ca. 4/14/16 (date of Richmond newspaper obit.)

CHICHESTER. DANIEL McCARTY: 2nd SHA. Battalion Sgt. Major. Enl. 5/17/61, Fairfax. Transferred to the ranks of the SHA. Private horse. Detached with "other portion of the battalion" (7/24/640. Present through (1/20/65). NFR. See also the 17th VA Inf.

CLARKE, WILLIAM G.: 1st SHA. Postwar ref.: Viol. 9th art. of war.

CLATTERBUCK. H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/1/? at Madison C.H. by Capt. Strother. Present 4/30/64 - 8/31/64. Pay due for private horse 9 months, 1 5 days, $ 114.

CLEM, WILLIAM B.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/12/62 at Martinsburg by Capt. Koontz. Absent from 5/2 to 8/5 without leave. Paroled at New Market 4/24/65; age 28, 5'7", fair complexion. It. hair, hazel eyes.   See also 7th Va. Cav.

COCHRAN. J. H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothing issue listed 11/1/64. NFR.

COIT, N.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. in Asheville, Alabama by Lt. Bradford 12/15/61. Enl. again 12/25/ in Richmond. At Chimbo. #2 with debility 3/8/62-5/3/62. Attached to hospital as nurse 5/9/62. At hospital wounded 7/27/63. Admitted to Wayside GH #9 1/17/64; to duty 2/18/64. Pres. 4/1/64. Captured at Strasburg 10/9/64. Released from Pt. Lookout 5/12/65.

COLLIER, EDWARD J.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/25/_ at Richmond. AWOL 11/2/63. NFR.  See also 1st VA Inf.

CONNOR, ALBERT: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 26, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

CONNOR, ANDREW: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/27/ _ at Gordonsville by Capt. Breathed.  Present as blacksmith 4/63. Wounded at hospital (GSW) 5/64. D. 5/21/64 at Pratt hospital, Lynchburg.  Age 14, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

CONNOR, DANIEL R.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 45 or age 32, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

CONNOR, JONATHAN. Sr.: 1st SHA. "captain of the forge"  B. 4/20/31 in Floyd Co. Age 29, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.  M. Mahelea Thrash 7/27/52. Occupation: farmer/blacksmith. Artificer.  Enl. 4/16/62 in Richmond by Pelham. Served to the end with his own horse. Had two or three slaves who accompanied him on several campaigns.   Supposedly when Gen. R.E. Lee came into the camp one day, he asked if he could have Traveler shoed.  Connor replied that he could have it done in five minutes, Lee could not believe it, but it was done under that time. D. 4/18/14 in Floyd Co.  Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

CONNOR, WILLIAM P.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/16/_at Hanover CH. AWOL 10/9/64. NFR. Listed in Amos D. Wo­ods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 36, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

CONROY, DENNIS: 1st SHA. Pvt. An original member of the Newtown Artillery. Enl. 7/1/61, Newtown. Present through 10/61. Orderly for Maj. Pelham.  Enl. 11/5/62 at Camp Alexander by Capt. Pelham. Present through 10/64. Bay horse KIA 10/9/64 at Tom's Brook; $3,000.00. Horse was mustered into service 9/1/64. Paroled at Greensboro, NC with J. E. Johnston's Army 4/26/65.

CONSTANTINI. ANTONIO: 2nd SHA. Postwar ref.

COODE, DEMETRIUS A. G.: 1st SHA. Cpl. Enl. 7/11/62 in Richmond by Lt. Shepherd.  Postwar roster states he was wounded at White House, no date listed. Pres. until wounded and sent to hosp. 6/15/64. GSW in hand.  Transfer top Md. Line revoked.  Horse killed at Yellow Tavern 5/1 2/64; $1566.66. NFR.  Also served in the 43rd Battn. VA Cav. (Mosby's). Res. of Skipping Point, St. Mary's Co., Md.

COOK, J. D.: 2nd SHA. Sgt. Enl. 4/20/61, New Orleans. Transferred to the SHA. Pres. Through (11/12/64). NFR.

COOK, JOHN FRANK: 2nd SHA. 2nd Sgt. B. 1840, Virginia. Laborer, Emory, Washington Co, 1860 census. Enl. 5/14/61, Abingdon in Co. D, (2nd), 1st Va. Cav. Detached to SHA 11 - 12/61. Transferred to SHA, 1/2/62. Record shows him as enlisting again 12/11/61, Centreville. Absent on horse detail (7/24/64). Abs. with leave (8/9/64). Owned private horse. Present through 11/64. WIA? Postwar resident of Socorro, N.M., 1914.

COON. JOHN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/1/62, Richmond. Present through 11/64. NFR. See also 1st VA Cav.

CORBIN, ______: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference states killed at Chancellorsville.

CORNEAN, PHILLIP: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref.: Killed on Charles City Rd. below Richmond, 1864.

CORNEAU, _____        : 2nd SHA. Postwar ref.

CORRINGTON. WILUAM: 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref.: Wounded near Winchester.

COSGROVE, T. WILLIAM: 1st SHA. Lt. Enl. 7/4/62 in Richmond by Lt. Shepherd. 3rd Sgt 11/63. 2nd Lt. 2/27/64. Commissioned 5/9/64, to date 2/27/64, Lt. Transferred to Md. Line per SO #100/2, 4/29/64.  Postwar resident of Park Mills, Frederick Co, Md. D. at Mt. Ephrain, Montgomery, Md.

C0STIGAN, COSGROVE D.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref.: Killed at Union, Va. 11/2/62. Also served in Edelin's Maryland Heavy Artillery.  Res. of Oakville, St. Mary's Co, Md.

COVINGTON, GEORGE WASHINGTON: 1st SHA. Pvt. Listed in postwar roster as being from North Carolina. Enl. 2/16/62 in Richmond by Lt. Johnston, Absent sick with asthma first 11/2/63 at Lynchburg GH #1, then 12/20/63 at Moore Hosp. Furlough 1/4/64. Wounded 8/21/64 at Berryville and died 9/13/64. Buried in Winchester Cemetery #1305.

CRABBE, ROBERT A.: 1st SHA.  Pvt. From Westmoreland CO. Va. Enl. 3/28/6?.  Captured at Strasburg 10/9/64. From Harper's Ferry sent to Pt. Lookout where exchanged from on 3/28/65. See also 15th VA Cav.

CRANDELL, CHARLES P.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/1/62 in Richmond by Lt. Johnston.   Left sick in enemy lines and captured at Kearneysville 7/17/63. "Claimed to be a Lt." To Johnson's Island, Ohio and to Pt. Lookout, Md. for exchange 3/21/65 Released on oath 5/21/65. Served as Lt. in the 19th Battn. VA Heavy Art.

CRANDELL, GEORGE P.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref. Member of UCV group in Washington. D.C. D by 1910.

CROOK, OLIVER T.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/2/62, Richmond. Captured 11/64. NFR. Postwar records shows him as deserted.  See also 43rd Battn. VA Cav. (Mosby's).

CROSS, CHARLES N.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/1/62, Richmond. Captured at Culpeper C.H. Released on parole 10/6/63. There was a note in file regarding his stay at OCP; "father is in miserable health & mother beseeches that he may be allowed to go to Alexandria." Returned to duty 10/15/63. Listed as age 19 (9/23/63). Note states released on oath 10/28/63. Captured again? 11/64. Surrendered 4/13/65; residence Maryland. Destination: Philadelphia. Postwar reference shows him as deserted.

CROYEAN, EDWARD: 2nd SHA. Cpl. - Lt. Enl. 9/25/62, White Post. 3rd Cpl. (7/24/64). 2nd Lt. 6/1/64. Surrendered at Danville, 5/12/65. Took oath; residence listed as Baltimore with the same place as destination. D. Baltimore, 1870.

CULBREATH, JOHN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. Richmond 7/13/62. Postwar record states he was wounded "blown up" at Union, Va. 11/2/62. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Va. Cav. 8/14/64. Transferred to 1st Md. Cav. 8/15/64. Postwar resident of Baltimore, Md. D. 2/20/12, age 74. Buried in Loudon Cemetery, Baltimore.

CUNNINGHAM, T. H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/1/64, Hanover. Present through (1/20/65). NFR.

DABNEY. WALTER S.: 2nd SHA. Bttn. Ord. Sgt. - Lt. Enl. 3/1/62, Centreville.  Lists enlisting officer as J. E. B. Stuart. Private horse. Listed as Lt. and POW when took oath 5/1 5/64. Residence: Louisa Co.

DAVIS, F. T.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/8/61, Campbell. Private horse. Wounded and at CSA GH, Richmond, 6/4/64. Transferred to Chimbo, 7/25/64.Chronic dysentery at Chimbo #2, 7/25/64 - 8/4/64. NFR.

DAVIS, FLETCHER A.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/1/62, Richmond. At Chimbo. #9, 5/3/63. Captured ? But escaped 8/64. Present through (1/20/65). NFR. Postwar record stated that he left SHA at Culpeper CH, 1863 returned at Petersburg in 1864.

DAVIS. JOHN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/27/62, Culpeper. Private horse. AWOL (8/9/64). Present (11/3/64). Present through (12/28/64). NFR.

DeMAINE. JOHN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl.? Captured at CCH 9/14/63. Sent to Old Capitol Prison 9/5/63? Took oath 11/14/63. Postwar records state he left SHA at Culpeper CH, 1863, returned while in Petersburg, 1864.  Present through (1/20/65). NFR. Joined UCV in Alexandria, 11/92.

DILLARD, A. S.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/29/_ in Richmond by Lt. Johnston. Absent on detached service 1 & 2/64.  Detailed with the Nitre and Mining Bureau, 3rd Regt of Local Def. Troops, Richmond per S0# 17/24, 1/21/64. NFR.

DILLER, ANTHONY JOHN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/29 or 6/12/62 in Richmond by Lt. Johnston. At GH #21 Richmond (8/63) Wounded. Postwar roster states he was wounded at Smithfield, Va. At hospitals through 11/11/63. Absent on detached service 1 & 2/64., per SO#16/3, and again under S0#17/24 1/21/64. Paroled at Danville 4/28/65. NFR.

DINWIDDIE, MARSHALL: 2nd SHA. Pvt. B.1845. Enl. 11/1/63, Orange CH. Private horse. Present through (1/20/65). Paroled at Louisa CH, 5/13/65. Member of J.B. Strange UCV Camp. D. 5/17/16.

DINWIDDIE, WALTHALL: 2nd SHA. Pvt. B.1847. Only record of clothing issue 11/64. Paroled at Louisa CH, 5/13/65. D. 1909.

DODSON, R. TOWN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 1/7/62 at Manassas by Capt. Pelham. Furlough by SO#104/7. 4/29/63.  Paroled 5/12/65, Farmville, Va.; former res. Washington, D.C, destination the same. Postwar roster has him listed as sergeant major.

DOGGETT, DAVID: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 11/10/63, OCH. Pres. Through (11/3/64). NFR. Postwar record shows transferred to 4th Va. Cav.

DOGGETT, JAMES T.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/27/62, Culpeper. Private horse. Present through (1/20/65). NFR.

DOMMICO, R.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/20/62, Richmond. Deserted 5/20/64. NFR.

DONALD, JOHN A.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/8/61, Campbell. KIA 5/12/64.

DORSEY, JOHN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/30/62. Also of Madison Lt. Arty, of La. Postwar account states he was from Maryland and was wounded near Warrenton, Va. D. from wound.

DOWNING, GEORGE T.: SHA. Postwar ref.: D. Fredericksburg 6/30/12. age 65. No Service Record.

DUDLEY, THOMAS CLIFFORD: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. 2/26/46 at Benvenue, King and Queen ____ County, Va. eldest son of Alexander and Martha Ellen Jackson Dudley. Early education as the pupil of Colonel J.C. Council at Aberdeen Academy in King and Queen County. Joined the militia at the outbreak of the war and accompa­nied them to Gloucester Point for a tour without actually being mustered into service. Entered VMI in the summer or early autumn of 1861. However, within the year he left and joined the 1st Stuart H.A. (7/26/62). Pelham wrote of Dudley: "In two days of fighting at Groveton Heights and at Sharpsburg, South Mountain and various heavy skirmishes he was conspicuously gallant.   He is attentive...eminently qualified to command and discipline a company." Transferred to Co. E, 5th Va. Cavalry. Promoted for meritorious service to 2nd Lt. P.A.C.S. and  assigned to duty as enrolling officer in Greensville County.  By S.0. 3/1/64 he was relieved from duty as enrolling officer and assigned similar duty in Giles County, continued to 5/10/64. When Federals occupied Dublin, Va. He was forced to leave his post and return to his home county and procured a horse to ride with Co. E, 5th Va. Cavalry once again as a private. On 6/11/64 at Trevillian Station. Wounded in the leg and taken to the house of Mr. Sumner where the leg was amputated. D. 7/9/64.

DUFFY. BENJAMIN B.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/2/64. Gordonsville. Detailed at Field Park (11/3/64 - 1/20/65). NFR.

DULANEY, WILLIAM: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 25, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

DULANEY, WYATT: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 21, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

DUMM, JAMES: 1st SHA. Pvt. From Maryland. Enl. 1/11/63 in Richmond by Lt. Johnston. At Chimbo. #1  11-12/63. Absent POW 2/64. AWOL 4/1/64. NFR. Resided in Missouri after the war.

DUNCAN, GEORGE R.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

DURRAND, JOHN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/1/62, Richmond. Captured at Gettysburg, 7/4/63. Mustered into U.S. service 7/27/63, joined Captain Ahl's Battery.

DUSENBERRY, H. BOWIE: 1st SHA. Pvt. From Maryland. Enl. 6/22/62 in Richmond by Lt. Shepherd. Pres. Until at Chimbo. #2 6/64. Deserted 6/16/64. NFR. Res of Annapolis, Anne Arundel Co, Md.

DUVAL, J. E.: 2nd SHA Postwar ref.: Killed at Chancellorsville.

EAGLES. R. W.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/12/_ at Buckingham by Capt. McKenny.   Present until at Chimbo. #5 with scabies 8/7-8/20/64. NFR.

EASTON. RUSSELL S.: 1st SHA. Pvt. At Staunton GH 11/64-12/64. Paroled at Winchester 4/30/65, age 25, 5' 8", dark compl, black hair and eyes.

ELAM, THOMAS H. E.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/8/64 at Ream's Station by Capt. Johnston. Captured at Mt. Jackson 3/7/65. Paroled at Ft. Delaware 3/65 Residence: Richmond, blue eyes. It. hair and complexion, 5' 3 1/2".

ELAM, WILLIAM A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/25/63 in Richmond by Lt. Johnston. Present until captured 10/9/64. To Pt. Lookout and exchanged 1/17/65. At Camp Lee 1/20/65. Paroled at Burkesville, Va. 4/65.

ELMORE, W. T.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothing receipt record only (12/28/64). NFR.

ELSTON, WILLIAM C: 2nd SHA. Pvt.- 1st Lt. Enl. 2/14/63, Essex Co. Commissioned 9/22/62, date of rank 8/10/62. Postwar record shows resignation of 1/13/63. Supposed surrendered at Appomattox, however, also received parole from Winchester 5/8/65. Resident of Oxford Co, Alabama.

EPPERLY, ADDISON: 1st SHA. Pvt. From Floyd Co, Va. Enl. 4/16/62. Present until temp, detached 1 & 2/64.  Pres. 4/64. NFR. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 27, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

EPPERLY, PHILIP S.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 39, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.  Also Served in the 4th Virginia Reserves.

EPPERLY, WILLIAM H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. From Floyd Co., Va. Enl. 4/16/62 in Richmond Present until temp. detached 1 & 2/64. Present 4/1/64. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Several possibilities in the 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

EVANS. C. BENTON: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. Darkesville, 9/25/62 by Capt. Breathed. Present through 4/64. Postwar roster states he was "Killed in the Valley." NFR.

EVANS, CHARLES A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Amelia Co, Va. Enl. 6/18/62 in Richmond. Present until severely wounded 8/29/62: sent to GH #13 and right arm amputated at shoulder joint. GPO Med-Surg, V. H, pt. II, p.651. Lost arm during war. Most of remaining service done in hospitals. Furlough 6/25/63. Paroled 3/18/65; age 22, 5'?, fair compl, blue eyes, dark hair, occupation clerk. Listed in Maryland Soldier's Home. D. by 1894.

EVANS, SAMUEL TAYLOR: 2nd SHA. Pvt. B. in Virginia. Enl. 4/5/62, Richmond. Seriously wounded at Freder­icksburg, 12/13/62. Age 15, merchant. "Bombshell contusion of all internal organs over stomach. Greatly prostrated on admittance - Afterwards daily improving."  Transferred from GH #12, Richmond to private home. Detailed by General R.E. Lee 8/27/63 per S.O. #213/6. Detailed to Army HQ and present there through (1/20/65). Courier to Lee's HQ with the mail from A & I Genl. Office. M. 1/9/77 in Obion Co. to Sue A.    . (B. 8/1844, Blount Co.). Enl. 1861. Wd. at Fredericksburg. Postwar doctor. D. 1/9/90 in Obion Co, Tennessee (Union City). Wife resided in Texas since Spring of 1899.

EVANS. WILLIAM: 1st SHA. Postwar ref.: killed at Chancellorsville.

EWING,      : 2nd SHA. Postwar reference states he was with the Light Brigade at Balaklava.

FAULCONER. JOHN THOMAS: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Postwar ref. B. 1832. D. 1913. See also 13th Va. Inf.

FAUNTLEROY. THOMAS KINLOCH "Flintlock": 1st SHA. Pvt. B. White Post, Clarke Co, 1837. Enl. 6/4/61.  Shepherdstown in Co. D (1st), 1st Va. Cav. Transferred to Co. D, 6th Va. Cav. 9/61. Transferred to SHA, 10/61. Promoted 1st lieutenant of artillery.  Assigned as ordnance officer, Gordonsville. Assigned to 1st C.S. Light Artillery in La, 1863. Promoted to captain and on staff of Gen. Henry T. Allen in Trans-Miss. Dept. 9/15/63. Paroled at Shreveport, La. 6/14/65. Postwar res. of White Post. Methodist Minister, Rushton, La. in postwar also.

FAY, JOHN: 1st SHA. Cpl. Enl. 7/11/_ in Richmond by Lt. Shepherd.  Present until deserted 3/11/65. Took oath and sent to Washington, D.C. 3/18/65.

 

FAYOLLE, LEWIS:  2nd SHA.  Pvt. Enl. 2/62. New Orleans.  Transferred to the SHA.  Present through 1/20/65.  Paroled at Winchester 4/30/65.

FEBRY. MOSES A.: 1st SHA. 2nd Lt. Corporal when sent 7/16/62 to Floyd Co. With three other men to round up deserters.   Commissioned 9/22/62, date of rank 8/10/62. Resigned 1/63. Captured at Middleburg 8/63.  Rec'd. pension while residing in Alleghany, Md. Listed in Maryland Soldier's Home.  D. 8/12/92, buried in Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore.

FENNEY, L.: 1st SHA. Same as Finney, Leigh, 2nd SHA? Pvt. Enl. 4/23/61, Richmond. Transferred to the 1st SHA. Sick in hospital at Chimbo. # 3 & 4, 10/6 - 12/10/64. NFR.

FERRARI, JOSEPH: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/5/63. Present through (1/20/65).

FIELD, GEORGE: 2nd SHA. Pvt. (See 17th Va. Inf.) Transferred to the SHA. Captured CCH 9/16/63. Sent to OCP. From OCP sent to Pt. Lookout, 10/27/63. Exchanged from Pt. Lookout 2/24/65. Occupation carpenter.

FINKS, JOHN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/27/62. At home disabled (11/3/64). Absent wounded (1/20/65). NFR.

FINNEY. LEIGH: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7 At GH #9, Richmond 5/16/64 - transferred to Chimbo #4, 5/17. In private quarters 5/19. Returned to duty 10/6/64. Paroled at Manchester 4/21/65.

FISHER. WALTER TAZEWELL: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Rockingham Co, ca. 1835. Enl. 6/14/61, Winchester with Co. I, 1st Va. Cav. Captured on picket at Flint Hill, 2/7/62. Exchanged and illegally enlisted/transferred to 1st SHA, 7/30/63. Transferred officially 7/28/64. Paroled 4/15/65, Lynchburg; age 27, 5' 5’ dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Carpenter, age 35, Pastures Dist, Augusta Co. 1870 census. Receiving pension Augusta Co, 1908, age 78. D. Beckley, W.Va, 1/29/09.

FLANAGAN, WILLIAM W.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 12/14/63. Richmond. Transferred to the 1st Engineer Troops 8/3/64. On rolls through (1/20/65). NFR.

FLEINER, JOHN or HERMAN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 12/22/62, Port Royal. Wounded in right leg by minnie ball and at Jackson Hosp., Richmond, 11/15/63. Furloughed for 30 days, 12/9/63. Present through (11/3/64). Paroled 5/2/65, at Bowling Green; residence listed as New Orleans with destination New York.

FLIPPIN. JOHN J.: SHA. Postwar reference.

FORD, ADOLPHUS: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/20/63, Richmond. Missing and supposed captured (1 1/3/64). AWOL (7/24/64). NFR.

FORD, CHARLES EDWARD: 2nd SHA. 1st Lt. B. 11/23/41 at Fairfax Court House, Va. eldest son of Edward R. and Julia F. Ford. One of the early schools he attended was a school taught by Episcopal clergyman, the Rev. R.T. Brown.  Entered VMI 8/4/59. Ranked first in first two years, third and fifth respectively in the remaining two. Selected as a drill master to go with others to Richmond to train new Confederate commands. When the armies first closed on Manassas, Ford was at home and on 7/17/61 he was permitted to fall into the ranks of Captain Richardson's company of Col. Kershaw's 2nd S.C. Infantry Regt. Participat­ed in the 1st Battle of Manassas. Assigned to the SHA when it was formed. Promoted to 2nd Lt. 9/22/62, date of rank 8/9/62. On 11/10/63 Ford was promoted to 1st Lt. of artillery in the Provisional Army of the State of Virginia, to rank as of 2/15/63. On 5/25/64 at Hanover C.H. Ford received a minnie-ball through the forehead and fell mortally wounded from his horse. Later re-interred in Hollywood Cemetery.

FRAND, _______:1st SHA. Postwar reference. Killed at Dover, near Aldie.

FREEMAN, E. H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/20/64, White Oak Swamp. Present until listed as AWOL (1/20/65). NFR.

FREEMAN, GEORGE S.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/22/62, Culpeper. Private horse. Captured at Thompson's Cross­roads during Stoneman's Raid, 5/4/63 but released and paroled due to lack of transportation for prisoners. At Charlottesville GH with contusio 3/1 - 3/5/64. Absent on horse detail 7/24/64. Captured at Culpeper 12/24/64. Sent to Pt. Lookout via Harper's Ferry. Released on oath 5/18/65. D. 2/26/16, age 76. See obit in Culpeper Exponent, 3/3/16.

FRENCHON, LUCIEN or ANTONIO: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl.? Paroled at Winchester 4/30/65. Oath taken 5/24; age 21. 5'10", dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes.

FRIEMAN, J. C: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference.

GARDNER, JOHN W.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/27/?, Richmond. In hospital 3/64. Pres. - 4/64. Transferred to Md. Line.

GARIGAN, MICHAEL: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/20/62, Darkesville. Pres. Through 4/64. Transferred to Md. Line.

GARRISON. JAMES V.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/14/62, Talladega, Alabama. Abs On furlough (11/2/63). Present through 8/64. Paroled at Talladega, 6/9/65.Postwar reference states he was injured.

GIBSON, ED.: 1st SHA. Postwar reference.

GIBSON. FAYETTE: 1st SHA. Cpl. Enl. 7/1 2/62, Richmond. Wagoner 8/9/63 - 10/10/63. Pres. Through 9/14/64 or transferred to Md. Line. Res. of St. Michael's, Talbot Co, Md. D. 12/28/03, buried Loudon Cemetery, Baltimore.

GIBSON, J.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothing receipt only (11/12/64). NFR.

GIBSON, THEODRICK: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62, Richmond. Suffering from carbuncle 10/11 - 10/27/63 at Chimbo #1. Present on rolls through (1/20/65). POW and paroled by 36th Massachusetts at Farmville 4/65. Age 29, Farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

GIBSON, THOMAS: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

GIBSON, W. J. W.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/1/62, Pittsylvania. Pres. through 8/64.

GLENN, N. C: 1st SHA. Pvt. (See 4th Va. Cav.) Enl. 6/22/61, Richmond  At GH #9 Richmond 6/64. Captured 10/9/64 at Strasburg. Sent to Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/28/65.

GOODMAN. B. WILLIAM: 1st SHA. 6th Sgt. Enl. 9/25/62, Darkesville. Detailed to Battalion HQ, 11/2/63. Pres. 8/64.

GRAY. JAMES M.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62, Richmond. Listed as wagoner 11/1/62 - 1/1/63. Present through (1/20/65). NFR. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 20, carpenter, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

GRAY, WILLIAM H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/15/62, Franklin Co. At Charlottesville GH, 5/14 - 5/30/64. At GH #9, Richmond 6/6/64 - 6/7. At Chimbo #3 was noted as present with wound through left hand 6/7/64.  Furlough for 40 days 6/3? Present through 12/64. Paroled at Charlottesville. NFR. Possibly resident of Floyd Co. in 1860.

GREEN. ZACHARIAH W.: 1st SHA. Pvt. (See Co. E, 11th Va. Cav.) Enl. 4/27/62, Swift Run Gap, Rockingham

Co, Va. Transferred to 1st SHA, 2/64? Pres. - 8/64.

GREENWELL. THOMAS W. HERB: 1st SHA. Pvt. Res. of Great Mills, St. Mary's Co, Md. Enl. ?. Captured at Antietam 9/28/62. Exchanged. KIA near Rector's Cross Roads, 6/15/63. Postwar ref. states killed at Aldie, 1863. See also 2nd Md. Battery?

GRIFFIN, MICHAEL C: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? Resident of Madison Co, Mississippi, light complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, 5'9". In guard house awaiting sentence of CM for violation of 9th article of war. Received it per G.O. #68, 6/3/63. At Chimbo. #4, 11/22/63. Deserter and captured at Fredericksburg, 9/5/63. Sent to OCP and took Oath 12/13/63, sent north 12/17.

GROVE, WILLIAM H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. (See 12th Va. Cav.) Enl. 3/8/62. Bridgewater. Transferred from Co. H, 12th Va. Cav, (2/64). Pres. - 8/64. Paroled at Staunton, 5/15/65; age 30, 5'9", fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes.

GRUBBS, W. A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/63, Richmond.  Sick in hospital Chimbo #1 7-8/64. Captured 10/9/64, Columbia Furnace. Sent to Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/29/65. May have also served in Co. C, 1st Maryland Cavalry.

GUILLEMOTTE, CHARLES J.P.: 2nd SHA. 1st Sgt-Orderly Sgt. Enl. 4/22/61, New Orleans. Transferred to the SHA. Absent sick (7/64). Abs. Sick (8/64). On returns for the Army District of the Gulf at Mobile, Alabama 9/3/64. Furloughed from SHA 3/7/65, S0#61/4. Present (1/20/65). NFR.

HALL,______      : 2nd SHA Pvt. Recorded as on guard report 6/3/63. NFR.

HALL. JESSE W.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 17, farm laborer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

HALLER, URIAH H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/8/67, New Market. Pres - 7/64. NFR.

HAMILTON. JAMES C: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? Wounded in foot and at GH Charlottesville 7/4/64 - 8/17. Present (11/64). Deserter (1/20/65). NFR.

HAMMOND,______: 2nd SHA. Recalled in Shreve's memoir as killed at Fredericksburg, No official records exist for his service.

HARMAN. MADISON: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Woods indicates that he was captured and sent to Fort Delaware at some point in the war.  Age 32, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

HARRIS, ALEXANDER: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/15/6?, Richmond. Captured 10/9/64, Strasburg and sent to Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/28/65. NFR.

HARRIS, RICHARD HERBERT: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference.

HARRISON, WILLIAM W.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? Captured 10/9/64, Strasburg; sent to Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 1/17/65. Present 11/26/65). NFR.

HART. FRANK: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/11/67, Richmond. Wounded 10/11/63. Postwar reference claims he lost his arm at Cold Harbor. 60 day furlough to Mobile, Alabama, 4/11/64. NFR.

HART, S. JAMES: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothing receipt only (11/12/64). NFR.

HAYES. HAYDEN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? Fever at Chimbo. #2, 5/24/64 - 7/64. Captured 10/9/64, and sent to Pt. Lookout. Died 5/8/65 before released. Buried in POW graveyard #1706.

HAYNES, VIRGIL S.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/4/64, Charlottesville. Captured 10/9/64, sent to Pt. Lookout. Died of chronic diarrhea 2/14/65.

HEDGEMAN. BENJAMIN GRAYSON: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. Co. A. 9th Va. Cav. . transferred 9/20/64 to SHA. Pres. Through (1/20/65). Paroled 4/28/65, Ashland; farmer. NFR. D. Alexandria 12/2/93.

HENDERSON. HENRY: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/2/67, Richmond. Pres. - (11/63). NFR.

HENDERSON, LARKIN T.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? At Robertson Hospital, Richmond, 7/22/64, disabled. Pres. (8/64), Transfer to Md. Line revoked.

HENDERSON, MARSHALL VAN BUREN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. B. Louisa Co, 6/23/40. Paroled 4/26/65, Ashland. Residence: Louisa Co. D. Louisa Co, 4/26/13.

HENRY, MATHIAS WINSTON: 2nd SHA. Captain. B. Kentucky, Nov. 28, 1838. Lived in Russellvilie, Ky. Grad­uated U.S.MA, 1860. U.S. Army, 1860-61. 5'10". Lt, Confederate States Cavalry, 2/15/62 (to rank from 3/61.  Acting on J.E.B. Stuart’s staff, 3/62.  Captain of the 2nd Stuart Horse Artillery, 8/9/62.  Promoted Maj, 2/21/63. Commanded an artillery battalion in Hood's Division.  Transferred to the western theater in 1864. POW at Salisbury. N.C., 4/12/65, released 7/25. Married Susie R. Burwell, 1874.   Held Nevada silver mine interests postwar. D. Brooklyn, N.Y., 11/28/1877. Buried in Old Chapel Cemetery, Clarke Co, Va.

HICKLE, JACOB: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Rockingham Co, ca. 1845. Farmhand, age 15, 1st Dist., Rockingham Co., census. Enl. 5/22/61, Camp Davis with Co. I, 1st Va. Cav. Detailed to SHA 11/22/61. Died of typhoid at Moore Hospital, Manassas Junction, 1/10/62.

HICKS, GEORGE WASHINGTON: 2nd SHA. Pvt. B. Spotsylvania Co, Va. Enl. 2/1/64, Gordonsville  Teamster 3 -10/64. Present (1/20/65). Captured at Aberdeen Ch. 4/3/65. Sent to Pt. Lookout. Released 6/13/65; residence: Fredericksburg, fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5' 6". NFR. M. Sarah Gordon 1879. D. Fredericksburg 3/16/20 of cancer. Widow applied for pension while residing in Fredericksburg.

HICKS, JOHN L.: SHA. Postwar reference. AWOL.

HICKS, W. GRANVILLE J.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/17/64, Charlottesville. Previous service? Captured at Kelly's Ford 9/19/63, sent to Camp Chase, age 19. Pres. - 8/64. Reed. Cross of Honor at Fredericksburg 1/04.

HIGGINS, JAMES L.: 1st SHA. Cpl. Enl. ? At Chimbo. #1, 10/6/63 - 1/10/64. Captured Gettysburg or Williams-port, 7/4/63. At U.S.A. GH, Baltimore. Cpl. 7/26/64. Another record shows he was captured again? On 10/9/64. Sorrel also killed, $1,866.66 2/3. Exchanged 2/10/65. Paroled 4/23/65, Farmville. Resident of corner of Reid and Charles St, Baltimore.   Member of the Harry Gilmore Camp UCV, Towson, Md.

HIGGS, JOHN W.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/12/63. Transferred to 1st Engineer Corps (Co. I) per SO #181. 8/3/64.

HILL. EDGAR: 1st SHA. 2nd Lt. Enl. 8/3/6?, Richmond. 3rd Cpl. - Sgt. (8/1/64). Paroled at Greensboro. 1865. D. in Louisville, Ky. 1 2/06/02.

HITT, CHARLES: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/27/62, Culpeper. Private horse. At GH #18. Richmond, 5/23 - 5/30/62. At GH #9, Richmond, 1/10- 1/11/65. Present (1/20/65). NFR.

HOBSON. DEANE: 1st SHA. Sgt. B. 1840 in Cumberland Co, Va. son of Major Thomas Michael Deane of Ireland and Elizabeth Wallace of Weldon, N.C. Both parents dead by time Deane matriculated at VMI. VMI, '59. In 1861was working as clerk.  Enl. as pvt in Richmond Howitzers. Transferred to Breathed's battery. Enl. 8/1/6?. Richmond. Sick 6/64 at Chimbo.  Cpl. 7/17/64. Pres. - 8/64. Paroled 4/13/65, Lynchburg. After the war worked with B & O RR in Maryland and No. Va. Went west in 1878. NFR.

HOLMES, ISAAC: 2nd SHA. Pvt. May have been an original member of ______         the Newtown Artillery, enl. 4/19/61 and present through 10/61. Enl. 12/11/61, Centreville. Detailed at Battalion HQ (1/20/65). Private Horse. NFR.

HOLMES, JOSEPH: 2nd SHA. Sgt. - Pvt. Enl. 12/11/61, Centreville. 4th Sgt. (7/24/64). Pvt. (1/20/65). NFR.

HOPE. THOMAS W.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Parole record only - 4/65, Ashland; residence: Louisa Co.

HOPKINS. HENRY "Hal": 1st SHA. 5th Cpl. Enl. 7/18/62. WIA, 11/2/62 at Union. Pres. - 4/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Va. Cav, 8/14/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Md. Cav, 8/15/64. Res. Baltimore, Md.

HOPKINS, WILLIAM FAYETTE: 1st SHA. Enl. 9/1/67, Richmond. Pres. - 4/64. Postwar ref. states he was wounded near New Baltimore, Va. Transferred to Md. Line?

HORNE, C. G.: 1st SHA. Postwar reference. Md. Soldier's Home.

HORNE. C. S.: 1st SHA. Postwar reference. Md. Soldier's Home.

HOWARD. DARIUS W.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 26, merchant, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

HOXTON, WILLIAM H.: 1st SHA. 2nd Lt. Wounded 2nd Manassas, 8/28 - 8/30/62. Commissioned 1/9/63, to rank 12/30/62. Court of Inquiry convened per S0# 31/3, 3/2/63. Absent wounded 9/ - 10/63. Took leave on 8/5/64. Buried at Alexandria, Va.

HUDGINS. THOMAS D.: 1st SHA. Pvt. One slip in record. NFR.

HUFF, ROBERT E.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 15, farm laborer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

HUMPHRIES. J. R.: 1st SHA. Sgt. Enl. ? CM for viol. Of 23rd Art. of War, per G0#66, 5/25/63. Awaiting sentence of CM. NFR.

HUNTER, ANDREW: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/9/6?, Richmond. Captured 8/11/63. At Ft. McHenry. Apparently exchanged as he was AWOL on 9/6/64. NFR.

HUNTER, JOB: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Postwar reference. Wounded at Brandy Station.

HUNTER, ROBERT: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/1/63, Culpeper. Pres. Until captured 9/14/63, Culpeper. Sent to OCP. Released on oath taken at Washington, D.C, 12/20/63, sent North; resident of Alexandria?, light complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, 5' 4". Returned to duty sometime around 7/64. Wounded at "White Tavern below Richmond" in left hand and sent to Jackson Hosp, Richmond 8/20 - 8/27/64. Present through (1/20/65). Another document listed residence as Lawrence CH, S.C. Postwar Alabama pensioner.

IRVING or IRVINE. JESSE B.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/1/64, Meadow Bridge. Present through (1/20/65). Surrendered at Appomattox. Lived after the war at 110 Edmonson Ave. Baltimore. In Md. Soldier's Home Book.

IRVING or IRVINE. CARTER P.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/21/61, New Orleans. Transferred to the SHA. Wounded in two fingers on left hand (metacarpal bone) 6/30/64. Sent to Jackson Hospital 7/28/64. Absent sick (1/20/65). Never returned to duty. NFR. ISAACS, THOMAS: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. ?. At Chimbo #4, 2/28/63.  Detailed to Bttn. Hq. (11/2/63). NFR.

JACOBS. MICHAEL THOMAS: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Loudoun Co, ca. 1835. Laborer, age 25, Union, Loudoun Co, 1860. Enl. 4/27/61, Union, with Co. H, 1st Va. Cav. Transferred to 1st SHA, 5-6/64. Sent to Hospital with debility, 7/11/64. Died of brain tumor at Chimbo #5, 8/27/64.

JACOBS, W. H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 1/1/64, Charlottesville. At Jackson Hospital, Richmond 7/8/64. Returned to duty 7/8. Absent sick (7/24/64 - 1/20/65). Dysentery at Chimbo #3, 7/30/64. NFR.

JAMES, GEORGE W.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/1/64, Charlottesville. Absent sick (7/24/64). Pres (11/13/64). Discharged as a minor, per SO #240/3, 10/9/64. NFR.

JENKINS, THOMAS "Tom": 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/10/6?, Richmond. Cattle driver, 8 - 10/63. At hospital with rheumatism, 10/16/64 - furloughed for 60 days, 1/28/65. NFR.

JIMISON. JOHN W.: 1st SHA. (See 12th Va. Cav.). Pvt. Enl. 4/13/62, Harrisonburg. Transferred to 1st SHA (2/64). Deserter 10/11/64. NFR.

JOHNSON, FRANK N.: 1st SHA. B. 1847 in Richmond. Pvt. Enl. 7/1/6?, Richmond. Clerk. Oath at Henrico 9/22/65. NFR. In hardware business in St. Louis in 1899.

JOHNSTON. PHILIP PRESTON: 1st SHA. B. King and Queen Co, Va. 4/4/40. Pvt. In 1st Maryland Infantry, 5/17/61. Pvt., 1st Stuart Horse Artillery, spring 1862. Promoted to corporal, sergeant, and on 10/3/62, lieutenant. WIA, 11/2/63. Captain by 2/27/64. Sorrel KIA 9/20/64. Promoted to major by endorsement of Jubal Early 2/8/65. Graduated from Transylvania University, 1868. Married Sallie Chiles, 1870. Judge and breeder of horses in Lexington, Ky. In postwar. Also a member of Ky. Legislature. D. 2/10/25, Lexington, Ky.

JORDAN. EDWARD V.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/8/61, Campbell Co. Absent on horse detail (7/24/64). Absent with leave (8/9/64). Pres. (11/3/64). Private horse. Pres. - (1/20/65). NFR.

KANE. CHARLES or JAMES C: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/1/67, Richmond. Pres. - 4/64. Transferred to Md. Line.

KEITH, ADAM: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/26/64, Gordonsville. Absent sick (7/24/64). Died in hospital near Petersburg, 8/64. File claim 6461, $7.00.

KELEHER, P. H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? Wounded right thigh flesh and at Chimbo. #5, 10/9/64. Pres. 8/64. Paroled 4/27/65, Ashland.

KEY, JOHN F.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 10/1/6?, Martinsburg. Resident of Carroll Co, Md. Captured at Madison CH 12/28/63. Sent to Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/65. Paroled 4/27/65.

KING, EDWARD A.: 1st SHA. Sgt. Enl. 7/1/6?, Richmond. Captured at Hagerstown 7/12/63. Sent to Pt. Lookout.  Released 5/14/65.

KING, JAMES A.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/8/61. Campbell. KIA 5/12/64. NFR.

KRISCHMAN. JAMES R.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/18/6?, Richmond. Assigned to SHA 2/64. In hospitals most of the time thereafter, 10/64 - 2/65. Paroled at Lynchburg, 4/15/65.

LACKING, ______        : 2nd SHA. Postwar reference. Killed at Brandy Station, 8/1/63.

LANCASTER. ANDREW W.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/16/62. Richmond. Butcher 7 - 10/63. Pres. - 8/64. NFR.

LANIER, SAMUEL: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/5/62, Richmond. Furloughed per S.0. #137/13, 6/9/63. Present through (1/20/65). NFR.

LATHAM, JAMES S.: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Shenandoah Co, ca.1844. Enl. Co, I, 7th Va. Cav. At Winchester, 8/10/61. Present 11 - 12/61, using a CS horse. Present 2/28/62 - 4/22/62, had his own horse. Re-enl. 3/2/62, Back Creek. Description: age 18. 6', light complexion, sandy hair, and grey eyes. Occupation, farmer. Pres. 4/22/62 - 6/30/62, had his own horse. Present until captured 1/7/63 at Woodstock, while on picket. Sent to Cumberland, Md, then to Wheeling, W.Va, 1/13/63. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 1/14/63. Desc: age 19, 6', dark complexion, black hair, blue eyes. Transferred to Camp Chase. Paroled 3/28/63 and sent to City Point to be exchanged. Exchanged 4/1/63. Detailed on extra duty in the QM Dept. At Staunton, 7/6/63 - 7/25/63. Transferred to 1st SHA 4/29/64 by order of Gen. R.E. Lee, SO# 111/7. Paroled at Winchester 5/2/65. NFR.

LATIMER, GEORGE: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/27/63, Gordonsville. Captured at Lynchburg 4/14/65. Took Oath at Winchester 6/2/65. Residence: Herford Co, Md. Miller's Hotel.

LAWRENCE, JACOB R.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 32, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

LAWRENCE. SAM: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference.

LESTER, JAMES T.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. SEE ALSO CO. D. 43rd N.C. Enl. 5/20/61, Murfreesboro, N.C. Transferred to the SHA per SO #222/1, 9/16/64. Listed as deserter 2/65. NFR.

LEVY. ELI AS: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/22/63, Richmond. At Chimbo #1 with gonorrhea, 7/17 - 7/27/63. At Chimbo #2 with old wound 7/20 - 9/23/64. From 9/1/64 at GH Charlottesville and GH #9, Richmond - sick from (7/24/64- 11/64). AWOL (1/20/65). Paroled Lynchburg, 4/15/65. NFR.

LEWIS, JOHN F.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/1/64, Charlottesville. Teamster. Captured at Aberdeen Church 4/3/65.  Sent to Pt. Lookout and released on oath by 6/14/65. Entered Lee Camp Soldier's Home 9/11/14, age 50.  D. 5/17/15. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond. 

LEWIS, WILLIAM G.:  1st SHA.  Pvt. Enl. 5/21/61, Richmond, Wounded (10/11/63) at hospital 11/63. GSW left thigh. At Jackson Hosp. 3/22/64. Captured 10/9/64 to Pt. Lookout. Resident of Savannah. Ga. Mechanic.  Oath taken 5/13/65 and released.

LIKENS. JAMES: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 32, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

LINDSEY, ELIJAH: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/1/62, Talladega, Alabama. Absent with leave 4/64. Captured 10/9/64 and sent to Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/28/65. NFR.

LINDSEY, JAMES S.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/1/62, Talladega, Alabama. Captured 10/9/64, sent to Pt. Lookout.  Released on oath, 6/14/65; residence: Talladega, Alabama, florid complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, 5'4"

LINK. JOHN H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/18/62, Richmond. Absent sick at Petersburg GH, 4/29 - 5/17/62. Private horse. Absent again (1/20/65). NFR. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 22, field hand, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

LITTLE, F.H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/8/61. Campbell Co. Absent wounded (7/24/64) at GH Petersburg. Still at GH Petersburg from (11/11/64 - 12/29/64). Pres. (1/20/65). NFR.

LLEWELLEN, JOHN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/1/62, Talladega. Alabama. On furlough 2/10/64. Wagoner 8/9 - 10/25/63 Captured at Waynesboro, 3/2/65 and sent to Ft. Delaware. Released on oath, 6/14/65; res: Talladega, dark complexion and hair, grey eyes, 5'7".

LOUDENSLAGER, THOMAS D.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/9/67, Richmond. Resident of Bainbridge. Ga. GSW right leg 7/15/63. WIA again at Cold Harbor and right arm amputated. Captured at Garrett's Station 4/3/65 and sent to Newport News where he took the oath 6/15/65; light complexion and hair, grey eyes, 5'7".

LUCAS, JOHN T.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/14/64, Gordonsville. Present through (1/20/65). NFR.

LUCKETT, GEORGE T.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/10/67, Richmond. Transferred to Md. Line 4/64.

LUMPKIN, JOHN B.: 2nd SHA. Cpl. - Sgt. Enl. 7/1/62, Richmond. Captured 7/2/63 at Westminster. Listed as at Ft. Delaware; resident of Caroline Co, dark complexion, hair, and eyes, 6'3". Captured again? (11/3/64).  NFR.

LUSBY. JOHN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/9/62, Richmond. Transferred to Md. Line 4/64.

LUSLY, JAMES: 1st SHA. Postwar reference. B. Baltimore, Md, 1835. Transferred from 1st Md. Infantry.  Transferred to 1st Md. Cavalry Bttn. D. Pikesville, Md, 12/5/08.

LYMAN, WILLIAM R.: Staff SHA. Captain of Co. B (2nd), 31st Va. Inf. Near end of war acted as adjutant for Maj. James Breathed and made captain in SHA. Postwar president of the Lincoln Parish Bank, at Ruston, La.  Formerly pres. of the Crescent Insurance Co, New Orleans. Chairman for the fund raising for the orphans of Gen. John Hood.

MACKALL, ROBERT McGILL: 1st SHA. Guidon/Color Bearer. B. 2/5/44. Resident of Georgetown, D.C. Enl. 13th Va. Inf., 1861. Transferred to SHA. Enl. 5/10/62, Richmond. Absent sick in hospital GH #26, Richmond, 2/63 & 11/2/63. At Chimbo. #5, 2/18 - 5/18/63. At CSA GH, Charlottesville with gonorrhea 3/17 - 6/1/64. Supposedly assisted Pelham's body after he was mortally wounded. Transferred to Co. K (2nd), 1st Va. Cav., 8/14/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Md. Cav., 8/15/64. Enl. Co. D, 43rd Bttn. Va. Cav. (Mosby's), 10/11/64. Paroled Winchester 4/21/65; 5'6", dark complexion, hair and eyes. Member Confederate Veterans Assoc, Washington, D.C. 1922. Resided after the war in Culpeper, Va. D. 6/21/34, Culpeper, Va. Buried in Fairview Cem, Culpeper.

MAHAFFEY, WILLIAM A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Washington Co, Va.; age 22, 6' 2” light complexion, grey eyes, dark hair, farmer. Enl. 12/18/61, 1st Va. Cav. Transferred to SHA, 12/18/61. Discharged 8/1/62 due to restricted urethra & chronic gonorrhea. Res. Of Md. D. before 7/4/92.

MALLORY, JAMES OLIVER: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference. Originally w/Co. E, 10th Alabama Inf.

MANGUM. E. J.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/5/67, Camp Jeb. Possible resident of Durham, N.C. Sick 4/64 - 8/64 when he took a 40 day furlough. NFR.

MANGUM. W. W. or M.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/5/67, Camp Jeb. AWOL (4/64). Captured 10/9/64 and sent to Pt. Lookout. Resident of Orange Co, N.C. Farmer. NFR.

MANGUS, GEORGE: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

MANN. JAMES: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/23/67, Richmond. Wounded 3/7/63, Fredericksburg. In arrest and sentenced to carry log of wood 5/63. Pres. - 8/64. Paroled 4/65, Lynchburg.

MASON. WILLIAM TAYLOR "Willie": 1st SHA. B. Falmouth, Va, youngest son of Dr. Alexander H. Mason of Stafford Co. VMI, '65. Came to Richmond 1863 and joined SHA. Horse killed at Boonsboro Gap, 7/8/63.  Commissioned as 1st Lt. and assigned to staff of E.P. Alexander in 1864 (his brother-in-law). Known as Lt. Willie for his young appearance. Burned Farmville Bridge during retreat 4/7/65. D. 9/1867 of yellow fever.  Buried in New Orleans. See E. P. Alexander's Fighting for the Confederacy for more on Lt. "Willie."

MATHEWS. HENRY H.: 1st SHA. Quartermaster. Enl. 3/16/62, Culpeper. Transferred to Md. Line 4/64. Resided in Pikesville, Md. after the war.

MAYS, STEPHEN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 1/25/63, Richmond. Captured 7/6/63. Hanover, Pa. Sent to Ft. McHenry & Ft. Delaware. NFR.

McCABE, GEORGE WILLIAM E.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/9/62, Richmond. Wounded and at GH Charlottesville 3/24-5/20/64. Transferred to Co. K (2nd), 1st Va. Cav. 8/14/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Md. Cavalry, 8/15/64. WIA twice. Also served in 2nd Md. Bttn. Cav.. Resident of Baltimore. D. by 1903. 

McCAFFREY, EDWARD: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl, 4/20/61, New Orleans.  Transferred to the SHA.  Wounded 8/27/62, furloughed 10/14/62. At Chimbo #3 with fracture of right leg 9/16 - 11/27/63. At Chimbo #2, 12/2 -12/15/63. Listed as carpenter from Culpeper Co. Present through (1/20/65). NFR.

McCLELLAN. A. R.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothing receipt only, 11/29/64. NFR.

McCULLARS, JAMES O.: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Franklin Co, Tennessee. Enl. 2/1/62, Jacksonville, Alabama. Disabled from chronic rheumatism and discharged 8/1/62; age 32, 6' 3", dark hair and complexion, grey eyes, farmer.

McGREGOR, JESSE: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 11/1/61, Alabama.  Present through (1/20/65). Paroled at Talladega, Alabama 5/24/65. NFR.

McGREGOR. WILLIAM MORRELL: 2nd SHA. Captain. B. Alabama.  Joined SHA 11/14/61 near Centreville. Va.  Elected junior 1st lieutenant. Capt. 2/15/63. Leave from 8/21/63 - 11/63. Promoted  2/18/65. Moved from Alabama to Texas after the war.  Died at his home in Cameron, Texas.

McLEARN, SAMUEL: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/1/63, Culpeper. Captured 9/13/63, Culpeper.  At Sent to Pt. Lookout from OCP. Exchanged 8/64. At Chimbo #9, 6/11/64? Absent sick (1/20/65). On rolls of Barringer's Brigade.  Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. 5/2/65. Listed as either a nurse, steward or cook.

McMANNERS,_______         : 1st SHA. Postwar reference.

McMULLEN. CHARLES: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 1/16/67, Richmond. Transferred to Md. Line, 4/64.

McNEEL, WILLIAM: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Annapolis, Md. Enl. 6/20/62, Richmond. Discharged 11/17/63: clerk, age 27, 5' 6 1/2", light complexion, brown eyes, red hair.

McNELLIS, JAMES: 1st SHA. Enl. 7/12/67, Richmond. In arrest 5/63. Captured 6/30/63, and sent to Ft. Delaware. Postwar reference states he was killed at Fredericksburg.

MILLER. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. on Whistle Creek, Rockbridge Co, 10/8/43. Res. of 4th Dist, Rockbridge Co, 1860 census. Served in Rockbridge Rangers, Co. D, (1st), 10th Va. Cav, 5- 11/61. Enl Co. E, 52nd Va. Inf., 5/12/62. WIA (head) at McDowell, 5/8/62. WIA Gaines Mill, 6/27/62. WIA (ankle) Cedar Run, 8/9/62. Transf. to Co. C, 1st Va. Cav, 2/18/64. Transferred to 1st SHA, 7/15/64. Captured 10/9/64 and sent to Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/18/65. NFR. Wagon maker, Natural Bridge Dist, Rockbridge Co, 1870 census. Wheelwright, Buffalo Forge, 1880. Wagon maker, Sangersville, 1897. Moved to Fordwick. D. at Staunton 10/23/20. Buried in Stonewall Jackson Cemetery, Lexington, Va. "A brave soldier."

MINTZLER or MENTZER, SAMUEL "Sam": 1st SHA. Enl. 9/8/67, New Market. Transferred to Md. Line. Postwar reference states he was killed at Winchester 10/63.

MONTENEGRO, HENRY: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 1/1/63, Richmond. Supposed captured (11/3/64). Postwar reference states he deserted and joined 2nd N.Y. Cav.

MOORE. HENRY L.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/1/61, Norfolk with the 6th Va. Inf. Transferred to the SHA. Present through (1/20/65). Paroled 5/3/65 at Farmville. Rode a light colored sorrel. Distinguished himself at Five Forks and Ream's Station. D. 5/6/19 at his home near Petersburg, Va.

MOORE, JOHN N.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7 Capt. 5/11/64, Spotsylvania CH. Sent to Pt. Lookout then to Elmira, NY and exchanged 2/25/65. NFR.

MORGAN. PATRICK: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 12/1/67, Richmond. Captured 7/14/63 or 7/8. NFR.

MORTON, CLEM R.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/15/67. Richmond. Pres. - 8/64. Paroled 5/15/65. Resided after the war in Baltimore.

MORTON, NICHOLAS SAMUEL MERRYMAN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/14/67, OCH. Resident of Baltimore. Captured 10/9/64 and sent to Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/28/65.

MOVER. JAMES: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/1/64, Richmond. Died at hospital 7/15/64. NFR.

MURDOCK, JAMES CAMPBELL: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Md, 1840. Attended U. of Edinburg, Scotland. Enl. Leesburg 6/14/61, Co. K (2nd), 1st Va. Cav. Transferred to 1st SHA, 4/62. Appointed 2nd Lt, C.S. Marine Corps 4/8/63. Served on C.S.S. Richmond. Ordered to Wilmington, N.C. 5/7/64. Captured at Ft. Fisher, 1/15/65. Exchanged. Assigned to James River Squadron. Reportedly helped to capture the steamers St. Mary and J.B. Spafford in Chesapeake Bay, 3/31/65. Paroled at Society Hill, S.C, 5/27/65. Res. of Frederick Co, Md. D. 9/10/89, Baltimore. Buried St. Paul's Cemetery.

MURPHY, JOHN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7 Captured 6/30/63, Westminster. Sent to Ft. Delaware and Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/15/65.

MURPHY. PATRICK: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/3/67. Richmond. Captured 7/1/63. NFR.

MURRAY. STERLING: 1st SHA. Orderly Sgt./1st Sgt. Enl. 6/17/67. Captured 7/2/63. Sent to Pt. Lookout and Fort Columbus, NYH and exchanged, 11/1/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Md. Cav. Resided in Leesburg, Va. in postwar. Also in Md. Soldier's Home in 1894. D. 10/24/11, age 78.

MURRAY. WILLIAM H.: 1st SHA. Surgeon. Postwar reference.

MUTH, A.: 1st SHA. Postwar reference. Killed at New Baltimore, Va. 10/63.

MYERS, JOHN H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/9/67, Richmond. Pres. - 8/64.

NEAL, FRANK: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/25/67, Darkesville. Pres. - 11/64. Transferred to Md. Line?

NEAL. HARRY or HENRY: 1st SHA., Pvt. Enl. ? Deserter and captured 11/29/63 and sent to OCP. Released on oath 3/2/64. NFR.

NELSON. THOMAS F.: SHA. Postwar reference. Soldier's Home, Atlanta, Ga. 12/95. 

NESBIT, JAMES:  1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 1/17/61.  Richmond.  Resident of New Orleans, La.  In arrest 6/63. At Castle Thunder with bronchitis, 6/20 - 7/11 /63. Detailed to QM Dept. Later determined as unfit for duty.

NICHOLSON, A. S.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/1/64, hanover. Present through (1/20/65). NFR.

NOLLEY, EDWARD (EDMOND) M.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 17, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

NOLLEY, RUFUS F.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 21, field hand, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

NUCKOLS, REUBEN JULIAN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. Co. G. 4th Va. Cav. 5/9/61. Postwar reference states he acted as a courier for R. E. Lee 11-12/62. Transferred to SHA. Private horse. Postwar reference states he was KIA at Spotsylvania CH 5/9/64. However, he is shown as absent wounded (1/20/65) and receives a parole at Ashland, 4/28/65. Resident of Hanover Co.

O'BRIEN, EDWARD or EDWIN H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. 5/13/43. Enl. 6/5/63, Brandy Station. Pres. -.4/64. Trans­ferred to Co. K (2nd), 1st Va. Cav., 8/14/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Maryland Cav., 8/15/64. Also served with Mosby and WIA Lewinsville 3/12/65. D. 10/30/99. Buried at Methodist Cem, Alexandria. Va.

O'BRIEN, OWEN: 2nd SHA. Cpl. - Sgt. Enl. 9/4/62, Richmond. 5th Sgt. (1/20/65). Captured at Aberdeen Church, 4/3/65 and later took oath at Pt. Lookout 5/31/65.

O'GRADY. MICHAEL: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 1/1/63, Essex Co. Detached to Bttn HQ (11/3/64 - 1/20/65). NFR. Entered Lee Camp Soldier's Home 1/5/88, age 70. Discharged 3/21/90.

OWENS, DAVID: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 12/5/61, Camp Alexander. Sent to hospital 12/18/63. AWOL (4/64). NFR.

PAOLI. ALEXANDER or VINCUY0: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/24/63, Richmond. Present through (1/20/65). NFR.

PARKER, THOMAS: 1st SHA. Postwar reference. Killed in Aldie, 6/19/63.

PARKER, W.: 1st SHA. Postwar reference. Buried at Sharon Cem., Middleburg, Va.

PASSIGALLUPPI, JUAN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/20/62, Richmond. Private horse. Horse killed in battle 9/13/64, Culpeper. $ 1,485. NFR.

PEARL. JOSEPH: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/1/63. Richmond. At Chimbo #2 with diarrhea 11/27 - 12/5/64. Present through (1/20/65). NFR.

PELHAM. JOHN: SHA. B. Calhoun Co, Alabama, 9/7/38, son of Atkinson and Martha Mumford McGehee Pelham. Attended U.S.M.A. Left prior to graduation in 1861. Lt. of artillery, P.A.C.S, 3/16/61. Served as lieutenant with the Alburtis' Wise Battery, 1861. Commanded as 1st lieutenant of the Newtown Artillery, 10/61 - the reorganization of the battery as the nucleus for the Stuart Horse Artillery Battery- Captain of Pelham's Stuart Horse Artillery, 3/23/62. Major 8/9/62. Posthumous lieutenant colonel (4/4/63) after his being mortally wounded at Kelly's Ford, 3/17/63. Backdated to 3/2/63. Buried in Jacksonville, Alabama. Note: It is interesting that in one of his letters. Captain George Wilmer Brown annotated that John Pelham's middle initial was C. It might have some relevance in that his maternal grandmother was a Clay. John Pelham also had a brother and an uncle named Charles. Brown also listed several other officers and their middle initials are correct with the exception of James Breathed's.

PERALLI, PETER: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/20/62, Richmond. Captured by Kautz's cavalry 9/17/64. Sent to City Point. Joined US service while at Pt. Lookout, 10/14/65. NFR.

PETTY. WILLIAM F.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/20/62, Culpeper. Pres. Through (1/20/65). NFR.

PHILLIP. JOHN C: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/13/62, Richmond. Sentenced to perform log drill for a day 5/11/63 for falling asleep on watch. KIA 8/6/64.

PHILLIPS. JOHN ISAAC: 1st SHA. B. 4/17/40 Dorchester Co, Md. Mortally wounded while engaged at Union, Va, one of the caissons exploded 11/2/62. D. 11/3/62.

PHLEGAR. JOSEPH HENRY: 2nd SHA. B. 8/15/1840, Floyd Co, Va. Age 19, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.  Pvt. Son of Isaac & Sarah Catherine Rutherford Pflieger. Enl. 4/15/61, Culpeper. Transferred to the SHA. Was noted as one of four recruits that were meant for the 54th Va. Inf. That were diverted by Pelham 4/30/62. Wounded at Fredericksburg, 12/13/62; "operation circular just below elbow same day because of gun shot wound commuting right wrist."  At GH #12, Richmond, age 22, occupation listed as farmer. Sent to converted tobacco warehouse in Lynchburg for recuperation. Disabled and at home (11/3/64). Listed as absent wounded (1/20/65). NFR. Applied for pension 4/88; granted $30 annually. D. 1/19/1923, Salem, Va. Buried in Church Hill Cemetery, Salem, Va. Between first wife Angeline Epperly Phiegar and second Rosa Epperly Phiegar. With first wife children were: William Archer, John Thomas, Lila A. M, Eli Emmett Augustus, Isaac L, Rosa A, Mary Margaret, James Patterson Obenshain, and Alice D.  Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

PHLEGAR, LEE: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

PHLEGAR, N. C: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/15/62, Camp Alexander. Wounded 12/13/62. Same as above?

POFF, ISAAC: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 24, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census

POFF, JOSHUA: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 29, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

POFF, WILLIAM H.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 24, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

POINDEXTER, WILLIAM M.: 1st SHA. Postwar reference. Member of UCV group in Washington. D.C.  Alive in 1894.

PORTER, JOHN E.: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Va, ca. 1847. Enl. Chesterfield Co., 3/8/63 in Co. G, 1st Va. Cav, as substitute for John C. Goode. Transferred to 1st SHA 4/14/64. Pres. - 8/64. NFR. Res. Of Drawbridge, Dorchester Co, Md. Farmer, age 63, Leigh Dist, Amelia Co. as of the 1910 Va. census.

POWERS. C. W.: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Franklin Co, Va. Enl. 4/15/62, Richmond. Discharged 7/12/62, "over 35." Age 35, 6', dark complexion and eyes, black hair, farmer.

PRICE, AUGUSTUS: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference.

PRYME, GEORGE A.: 2nd SHA. Pvt.-Cpl. Enl. 5/10/61, Corinth Mississippi in the 12th Mississippi Infantry.  Transferred to the SHA. Resident of Vicksburg. 4th Cpl. (1/20/65). Captured at Aberdeen Church 4/3/65 and sent to Pt. Lookout where he was paroled after oath 6/30/65; light complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, 5'6 1/2". Transportation furnished for Vicksburg.

PUGH, ISAAC: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Possibly a resident of Grayson Co.

PUGH, J.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Possibly a resident of Grayson Co.

PURYEAR, G. W.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/8/61, Campbell. At Chimbo #9, Richmond 8/18/64. At Chimbo #2, granted 40 day furlough for GSW to left heel. 45 days; age 25, carpenter. Absent wounded (1/20/65).

QUEILHE, CLAUDE: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/22/64, Gordonsville. AWOL (7/64). Present again through (1/20/65). NFR.

RASSI. DOMMINICK: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference.

REED, ANDREW J, Sr.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 18, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

REED, JOHN #1: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 21, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.  Brother of Andrew J. Reed.

REED, JOHN #2: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 44, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

REED, ROBERT: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 29, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

REED. WILLIAM B.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62, Richmond. Detached service in Bttn. QM Dept. (11/3/64 - 1/20/65). NFR. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 24, field hand, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

REEVES, JOHN F.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? Blacksmith (11/62 - 1/63). Clothes received while at Pratt Hospital, Lynchburg 3/31/64. NFR. Age 37, blacksmith, 1860 Grayson Co. Census.  Also served in Co. A, 26th NC Inf. per PWR.  Lived in Johnson Co, TN postwar.

REH, W. F.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Bn. Hesse Darmstadt, Germany. Enl. 7 Discharged 1/26/63; age 38, 5' 7", dark complexion and hair, grey eyes, physician.

RILEY, THOMAS H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/15/67, Orange Springs. Pres. - 2/64. NFR. May have gone to Md. Line. D. at Fredericksburg, Va.

ROACH, R. J.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/30/67. Richmond. Mechanic. Captured 10/9/64 sent to Pt. Lookout. Released 5/14/65.

ROBERTSON, A. J.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/10/67, CCH. Pres. - 8/64. NFR.

ROBERTSON, ISAAC E.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62, Richmond, Wagoner. Pres. - 8/64. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 26, field hand, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

ROBERTSON, JESSE: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/1/67, Gordonsville. Pres. - 8/64.

ROE, DAVID: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/17/62, Talladega. Paroled at Newton, N.C. by 10th Michigan Cavalry, 4/19/65. Resided in St. Louis after 1900.

ROMAIN. ALEXANDER: 2nd SHA. 4th Cpl. Enl. 12/15/62. Richmond. 1st Cpl? (11/1/64). Present through (1/20/65). NFR.

ROSE, _____      : 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? Only record shows him on guard report 6/15/63. NFR.

ROSE, JESSE: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/15/67, Richmond. Transferred to 1st Md. Cav, 4/64.

ROSSINI. D.F.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7 NFR.

RUDDEN. THOMAS: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 12/12/67, Richmond. Captured 6/30/63. NFR.

RUSSELL, ELIJAH TARLETON: 1st SHA. Cpl. though postwar reference states he was Sgt. Maj. Enl. 7/11/67, Richmond. Pres. - 4/64 when transferred to Md. Line. Postwar reference states he was killed in Luray Valley.

RUSSELL, G. T.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothes receipts only on file (10/18 & 11/12/64). NFR.

RUSSELL. ROBERT B.: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference. KIA Brandy Station 8/1/63.

RUSSELL, THOMAS ALFRED: 1st SHA. Sgt. B. 1/28/41. Enl. 7/11/67. Richmond. Present until transferred to Md. Line, 4/64. Enl. Co. F, 43rd Bttn. Va. Cav. (Mosby's), 9/18/64. Captured 10/29/64 at Dulany's near Upperville. Sent to OCP. Transferred to Ft. Warren 2/6/65. Took oath 6/15/65; 5' 10 3/4", dark complex­ion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Easton, Md. Appears in the 1898 reunion of the 43rd in Marshall. Member Charles S. winder Camp #989, UCV, Easton, Md. Lived in Orlean 1895 – 1909.  D. 12/29/1919. Buried Orlean Cem., Orlean, Va.

RYAN, JAMES A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. En!. 1/17/67, Richmond. Mechanic. Detailed as saddler  Captured 10/9/64.  Released 5/14/65. Postwar reference states he lost leg at Shady Grove 5/8/64.

RYAN, WILLIAM G-: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7 at Talladega, Alabama. Rolls show him as discharged 10/2/62; resident of Alabama, age 15, 5' 5", dark complexion and hair. Postwar records show him as wounded at Fredericksburg.

RYANS, SAMUEL: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 11/1/63, OCH. Absent sick (11/3/64) - (1/20/65). Paroled at Talladega, Alabama, 5/24/65. NFR.

SCARBOROUGH, WILLIAM: 2nd SHA. Cpl.-Pvt. Enl. 2/1/62. Alabama. 2nd Cpl. (7/24/64). Pvt. (1/20/65).  Captured 4/18/65, Richmond. NFR.

SEYMOUR, CHARLES L.: 1st SHA. Sgt. Enl. 2/14/62, Talladega. Captured 7/2/63. Exchanged 7/31 from Ft. Delaware. Absent sick at home in Alabama, (11/2/63). Pres. - 8/64. NFR.

SHAFER, SAMUEL JACOB: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Short Hill, Rockbridge Co, 4/19/34. Served in Rockbridge Rangers, Co. D (1st), 10th Va. Cav, 6/61 - 11/61. Enl. Co. C, 1st Va. Cav, Lexington, Va., 3/10/62. WIA (left cheek - ball remained in his head resting on his palate the rest of his life) Kelly's Ford, 3/17/63. RTD and present until WIA Gettysburg 7/3/63. RTD and present until transferred to 1st SHA, 7/25/64. NFR. Farmer, Buffalo Dist, Rockbridge Co, 1870 census. Moved west. Res. Of Texas 1919. D. Topeka, Kansas, 3/1/27.  Buried in McFarland Cem, McFarland, Kansas.

SHANKS, DANIEL: 1st SHA. Captain. Lieutenant and commanding guard house 6/63. Leave 12/19/63 & 2/18/64.  Wounded by GSW left leg injuring tibia, (11/2/63). Commissioned 5/9/64, to rank 2/27/64. Paroled 5/8/65.  Farmer. D. Buried in St. Mary's Co, Md.

SHANKS, MORRIS: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/1/64, Reams Station. Pres.  8/64. Paroled 5/10/65, Beaver Dam, farmer. In Md. Soldier's Home in 1894. Residence shown as 1130 Argyle Ave.

SHAVER. JOHN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/4/62. Contracted typhoid. Discharged /16/62.

SHAW. J. EMMET: 1st SHA. 1st Lt. Commissioned 9/22/62. NFR.

SHEETS. JOHN HARVEY: 1st SHA. B. Rockingham Co, 5/1/42. Farmhand in 1st Dist, Rockingham Co, 1865 census. Enl. In Co. I. 1st Va. Cav. At Harrisonburg, 5/22/61. Detailed temporarily to 1st SHA, 11/22 -12/31/61. Returned to served with the 1st Va. Cav. Present until captured at Spotsylvania CH 5/12/64. Sent to Pt. Lookout and then Elmira, N.Y. Exchanged 3/14/65. Admitted to Richmond hospital with bronchitis 3/18/65. Furloughed for 30 days 3/24/65. NFR. Receiving pension, Keezletown, Rockingham Co, 1900. Farmer, Central Dist., Rockingham Co, 1910 census. Member S.B. Gibbons Camp, UCV, Harrison­burg.

SHELOR. JAMES F.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 26, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

SHELOR, WILLIAM MARION: 1st SHA. Artificer. B. Floyd Co., 8/10/39. Enl. 4/16/62, Richmond. Pres. - 8/64. NFR. D. Floyd Co, 11/16/17. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

SHELTON, GEORGE W.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

SHELTON, JAMES B.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothes receipt only (11/12/64). NFR.

SHEPHERD. JAMES S. TOURO: 1st SHA. 2nd Lt. B. Jefferson Co., 8/21/38. Farmhand, Charlestown PO, Jefferson Co, 1860 census. Enl. Co. B, 1st Va. Cav, Martinsburg, 5/1/61. Present until detailed as hospital attendant 7 - 8/61. Transferred to 1st SHA, 3/23/62. Commissioned 4/62. Actual promotion took place 5/1/62. Present through 9/22/62. NFR. D. 1878. Buried in Shepherd Cem, Shepherdstown, W.Va.

SHIELDS, CHARLES: 2nd SHA "Friend". Pvt. Enl. 12/6/63, OCH. At GH #9 & GH #9 12/9/63 - 1/4/64. Pres. through (1/20/65). NFR.

SHILLING. H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Only clothes receipt for 10/18/64. NFR.

SHILLING. JAMES F.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. S Ambulance Driver. Enl. 4/5/62, Richmond. Ambulance driver from 5-10/63. Pres. Through (1/20/65). NFR. Age 15. hired hand, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

SHILLINGS. FERDINAND: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

SHILLINGS. VALENTINE: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

SHIRLEY, F.: 2nd SHA. Sgt. Postwar reference.

SHOTWELL. CASWELL: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. Co. C. 4th Va. Cav, 2/1/63. Transferred 3/11/64, Gordonsville. Pres. until absent on furlough (1/20/65). NFR.

SHREVE, GEORGE WASHINGTON: 2nd SHA. Sgt. Enl. 4/15/62, Yorktown. Present through (1/20/65). Paroled at Winchester 4/26/65: age 20, 5'9", fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, residence in Fairfax Co.

SHREVE, RICHARD S. "Dick": 2nd SHA. 2nd Lt.-1st Lt. See record as Sgt. Co. G, 8th Va. Inf. Requested by J.E.B. Stuart for a commission 4/2/64. To rank 11/20/63. Paroled at Winchester 4/26/65; age 25, 5' 10", dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes, residence Fairfax Co. Postwar reference stated that he was killed by lightening.

SHURLEY, C. P.: 2nd SHA. 3rd Sgt. Enl. 6/13/62, Richmond. Pres. through (1/20/65). NFR.

SHURLEY, WILLIAM: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/15/63.  Culpeper. Pres. Through (1/20/65).  NFR

SIMMONS. ROLEY (RHOLIN) M.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 34, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

SIMPSON, D. P.: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference.

SIMPSON. NAT V. "Beau": 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 9/24/62. White Post. At GH Charlottesville 5/2 • 5/13/63 with debility. At Jackson Hospital 6/14/63. Discharged per S.O. #247/2, 10/16/64. Non-Va. Resident. Postwar reference shows he transferred to Mosby's Command, Co. H. Records of the 43rd Bttn Va. Cav. agree on his service. Paroled 4/23/65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5' 9", fair complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.

SIMPSON, WILLIAM A.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62, Richmond. Pres. - (1/20/65). NFR. Age 23, farm laborer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

SINCLAIR, JAMES: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4th Va. Cav. Transferred to the SHA. Detailed with Captain Oden (1/20/65). Recommended as Asst. Quartermaster by McGregor, 3/17/65. Surrendered and paroled at Fairfax C.H. 5/5/65; age 45, grey hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion.

SISSON, C. R. "Kit": 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/16/67, Richmond. Transferred to Md. Line 4/64.

SLACK, T. A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/1/67, Richmond. Horse killed near Yellow Tavern 5/11/64; $1,633.33. Transferred to Md. Line?

SLEDD. ETHELBERT: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

SLUSHER, LEWIS HAMILTON: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62, Richmond. Private horse.  Pres. - (1/20/65). NFR.  Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 28, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

SMITH, H. R.: 1st SHA. Sgt. Enl. 3/14/67, Richmond. Sgt. (7/13/64). Horse killed 9/19/64, $2,333.33.

SMITH, JAMES W.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 35, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

SMITH, JOHN C: 2nd SHA. Bugler.  Known as "Fighting Jim." Enl. 9/1/62, Richmond. Private horse. At Chimbo #2 with dysentery 11/27 - 12/5/64. Pres. - (1/20/65). NFR.

SMITH, JOHN H. B.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7 Paroled 5/15/65, Staunton; age 19, 5'?", fair complexion, light hair, hazel eyes.

SMITH, JOHN THOMAS: 2nd SHA. SEE ALSO Co. D, 43rd N.C. Pvt. Enl. ? Clothing receipts show first record of him with the company 10/64. Pres. - (1/20/65). NFR.

SMITH, JOHN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/1/6?, Richmond.  Captured 7/8/63 and sent to Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/17/64. Paroled 5/13/65, Staunton.

SMITH, JOSIAH: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62, Richmond. Pres. - (1/20/65). NFR. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 30, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

SMITH, L. J.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/14/6_, Richmond. WIA, 10/8/64. D. 10/16/64.

SMITH. LEONIDAS: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/1/64, Charlottesville. Teamster. Pres. - (1/20/65). Paroled at Beaver Dam Station, 5/5/65; farmer from Louisa Co. NFR.

SMITH. R. W.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothes receipt only (11 6 12/64). NFR.

SMITH. W.: 2nd SHA. Clothes receipt only. (11/12/64). NFR.

SMITH, WALTER or WILLIAM GEORGE: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/14/67, OCH. Captured 10/9/64. Released from Pt. Lookout on oath; res: Baltimore, dark complexion, black hair, blue eyes, 5'6." In Md. Soldier's Home in 1894 (residence listed as 1507 Linden Ave.)

SMITH,: 1st SHA. Postwar reference. Washington, D.C. Killed at Tom's Brook, 10/9/64.

SPICER, JOSEPH: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 1/1/64, Charlottesville. Private horse. AWOL (1/20/65). Captured at Aberdeen Church 4/3/65. Took oath 6/19/65; resident of Culpeper Co, fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5'11 1/2".

SPOLAROUSSA. J. B. or PASLOQUE: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/20/62, Richmond. At GH Charlottesville with acute rheumatism 12/31 - 2/9/64. Pres. through (1/20/65).

SPROWL, A. B.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Pay record only. NFR.

STANLEY, PATRICK: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/14/62, Richmond. Deserted 9/29/62. Pres. - 4/64. NFR.

STEPHENS, R. H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/8/61, Campbell Co. Injured by fall from horse 8/20/64 and sent to Chimbo #2. Granted 35 day furlough. Private horse. Absent wounded without leave (1/20/65).

STRANEY, EDWARD: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/1/67, Richmond. Detailed to Richmond by Secretary of War 1/64. When off detail in 11/64 he deserted. Took oath at City Point 11/5/64. Sent to Ft. Monroe. Resident of Harpers Ferry, dark complexion, black hair, blue eyes, 5' 10 1/2".

STRATTON, D. W.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/13/6?, Richmond. Pres. - 8/64. Paroled at Manchester, 4/22/65.

STREET. CHARLES: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/27/67, Hanover CH. Pres. - 8/64. NFR.

STRONG, JOHN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/1/64, Charlottesville. Present through (1/20/65). Captured at Aberdeen Church 4/3/65. Sent to Pt. Lookout. Released on Oath 6/19/65; resident Louisa Co, dark complexion and hair, hazel eyes, 5' 8 1/2";

SULLY. EDWARD: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? Court Martialed per GO.#66, 5/25/63. At Chimbo #1, with debility 11/30- 12/10/63. Alive 1900. Member of R. E. Lee Camp UCV #1. Transferred to Co. E, 1st Engineers per SO #45/9, 2/16/64. NFR.

SUMNER. T.: 1st SHA, Pvt. Enl. 4/1/67, Gordonsville. Pres. - 8/64. NFR.

SUPINGER. JACOB A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Va, ca. 1824. Enl. In Co. C, 1st Va. Cav. At Lexington, Va, 3/10/62.  Detailed as teamster until transferred to 1st SHA, 7 - 8/64. Captured 10/9/64 and sent to Pt. Lookout.  Released on oath 5/14/65; residence: Rockbridge Co, carpenter. Age 46, Natural Bridge Dist, Rockbridge Co, 1870 census. D. near Summers 2/2/91.

SWANCOAT, WILLIAM "Tom": 1st SHA. Sgt. Enl. 7 Resident of Wilkshire Co., Ms. Left sick in enemy lines and capt. 7/13/63, Funkstown and sent to USA GH, Frederick, then to Ft. McHenry. Exchanged 3/17/64. Cpl. (7/64). Paroled 7/27/65, Gordonsville; destination Baltimore, 5 Pearl St.

TALIAFERRO. JAMES PIPER: SHA. Postwar reference. B. 1847

TALIAFERRO, W. G.: 1st SHA. QM Sgt. Enl. 6/17/67, Richmond. QM Sgt (7/13/64). Pres. - 8/64. NFR.

TAPP, WILLIAM B.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/27/62, Culpeper. Private horse. Captured at Thompson's Crossroads by Stoneman's cavalry raid 5/4/63. Released and paroled due to lack of transportation to carry prisoners. At Chimbo #1 with Laryngitis 10/18 - 11/18/64. Captured again at Amelia CH 4/4/65. Sent to Pt. Lookout. Released 6/8/65. NFR.

TERRIBERRY, J. S.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/11/67. Richmond. Pres. - 8/64. Paroled at Talladega, 3/20/65. NFR.

TERRY, GEORGE R.: 1st SHA. Cpl. Enl. 2/1/62. Talladega. Cpl. 7/17/64. NFR. Alive in 1907.

TERRYBERRY. WILLIAM: 1st SHA. Postwar reference.

THOMAS. J. A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. From Lynchburg. Enl. 1/12/67. Lynchburg. Pres. - 8/64.

THOMAS. JAMES HARRY: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 1/12/64, Charlottesville. Absent in arrest 8/64. NFR.

THOMAS, J. HENRY: 1st SHA. Sgt. Enl. 5/20/67, Richmond. Pres. - 8/64.

THOMAS. PAULIUS: 1st SHA. Postwar reference.

THORNTON. FRANK A.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/11/67, Richmond. Transferred to Md. Line.

TIMBERLAKE, PHILIP: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? Paroled 5/15/65, Louisa CH.

TONGE. RICHARD H. "Rich": 1st SHA. Cpl. Enl. 6/27/62, Richmond. Transferred to Co. K (2nd), 1st Va. Cav, 8/14/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Md. Cav, 8/15/64. Res. Of Baltimore. D. by 1903.

TONGE, WILLIAM G. D.: 1st SHA. Postwar reference. B. 1843

TRIPLETT, HAYWOOD FOOTE: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. 1/18/11, Gainesville, Va. Enl. 3/15/67. Culpeper. Wounded 10/14/63 from shell at Bull Run, and left in enemy lines. Right leg amputated by Surgeon William Murray. Retired to Invalid Corps, 10/12/64. Paroled 5/65 at Bowling Green with destination as home in Price William Co. See obit, in Fredericksburg Star, 1/23/11, p.2, c.1.

TRIPPLET, GEORGE: 1st SHA. Postwar reference.

TRUST, GEORGE: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/1/67, Culpeper. Captured and under the name Henry Withers. Took oath at Ft. Warren, Boston, res: Baltimore, grey eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5' 5". In Md. Soldier's Home in 1894. Residence listed as 39 E. Hill St.

TURNER, GEORGE: 1st SHA. Postwar reference.

TURNER, THOMAS H.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. B.12/26/41. Enl. 1/1/63, Essex Co. Present through (1/20/65). Captured and paroled 5/27/65, Charlottesville. Alive in 1920 at Culpeper Reunion. D. 12/30/24. Buried in Culpeper City Cemetery, Va.

TURNER, WILSON H. P.: 1st SHA. Sgt. Postwar reference. Killed at Groveton. 8/29/62.

TUTT, L. PHILIP: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/25/64. Charlottesville. On horse detail (7/64). Present through (1/20/65) when he was reported as AWOL. NFR.

VERBAL, C. M.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/1/67, Madison CH. Pres. - 8/64.

VEST, HARVEY L.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

VEST. HENRY L.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 25, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

VEST, JACOB: 1st SHA.  Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 22, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

VEST, GEORGE WASHINGTON: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 20, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

VINNE, PETER: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 6/10/62, Richmond. At Winder Div. #5 hospital 11/16 - 11/27/62. Wounded 7/22/63. Postwar reference stated "blown from muzzle of gun at Funkstown."  At Chimbo #1 until transferred to Petersburg GH 10/14/63. At Charlottesville GH 2/20/64 - 3/11/64. At Danville GH with wound 6/16/64 - 6/21. Transferred to 2nd N.C. Hospital, Columbia, S.C. 7/2/64. Listed as disabled in hospital (11/64). Captured 4/3/65, Richmond. Sent to Libby Prison, Richmond. Sent to Pt. Lookout and released by 6/6/65.

WADE, JOHN C: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Only mentioned as discharged 7/12/62; from Floyd Co, age 35, 5'9", dark complexion and hair, gray eyes, farmer. "Over 35." Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 41, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

WAGNER, HARRY: 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar reference. Wounded at Beverly Ford, 6/9/63. Resident of Md. Soldier's Home. 

WALTERS, WILLIAM:  1st SHA.  Listed in Amos D. Wood’s Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 25. farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

WARD, FRANKLIN: 1st SHA. Pvt. Postwar reference.  Age 14, 1860 Grayson Co. Census.

WARD, WILLIAM W.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 3/25/6?, Richmond. Transferred to Md. Line? Paroled as a deserter 3/8/65, transportation furnished to Washington, D.C. Age 14, 1860 Grayson Co. Census.

WARRO, JOSEPH: 1st SHA. Cpl. Enl. 7/62, Richmond. Captured 7/2/63, Carlisle, Pa. Exchanged. Captured again 5/8/64, Wilderness. Exchanged 11/1/64.

WATKINS, WILLIAM CURTIS: 1st SHA. Sgt. Enl. 4/16/62, Richmond.  From Floyd Co. At GH, Liberty, Va, 10-12/62 (nurse).  Captured 10/9/64 and exchanged from Pt. Lookout, 2/10/65. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit. Age 22, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

WATICINS. WILLIAM S.: 1st SHA. Pvt. At Chimbo #3, 8 - 11/63. Listed as POW (2/64). AWOL (4/64).

WATTERS,______: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference. Killed at Chancellorsville.

WEEKS. HENRY CRABTREE: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 12/18/62, Richmond. Captured 7/12/63, Hagerstown. Sent to Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/17/65. Transferred to Co. K (2nd), 1st Va. Cav, 8/14/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Md. Cav., 8/15/64. NFR.

WEGNER, H. F.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 11/21/67, Richmond. Pres. - 4/64. Transferred to Md. Line?

WELSH, JOSEPH or THOMAS C: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/27/67. Swift Run Gap (11th Va. Cav, Co. E). In arrest 5/63 - 6/63. Violated 9th Art. of War. NFR.

WESTBROOK. J. E.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Clothes issued 10 - 12/64. Paroled at Richmond 5/8/65. NFR.

WHARTON. GEORGE: 1st SHA. Pvt. Transferred from 1st Va Cav. 7/28/64. NFR.

WHARTON. WILLIAM T.: 2nd SHA. Sgt Pvt. Enl. ? Absent detached (8/9/64 - 1/20/65). Bttn. Commissary Sgt. Paroled at Winchester 4/17/65; age 34, 5'9", dark complexion, black hair, grey eyes. D. Gainesville, Va. 10/1917, age 86. See obit in Fredericksburg Star 10/15/17, p.2, c.5.

WHEELER. WILLIAM WALKER: 2nd SHA. Pvt. B. Augusta Co, 10/1/48. Only a receipt for clothing in files (11/29/64). D. Charlottesville, 12/27/25 or 12/27/27.

WHITE, PATRICK: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/27/6?, Richmond. Wounded in the hip and at Chimbo. #2, 11/8/64. Age 46. From Savannah, Ga.?

WICHES or WICKES, HARRY: 1st SHA. Res. Of Md. Enl. 1st SHA about 1863. WIA at Beverly Ford, 6/9/63.  Transferred to Co. K (2nd), 1st Va. Cav., 8/14/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Md. Cav, 8/15/64. Resided after the war in Baltimore.

WIGFALL, FRANCIS HALSEY: 1st SHA. 2nd Lt. Officer of guard detail 5/63. NFR beyond 10/63. Buried near Baltimore, Md.

WILBURN. W. W.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 5/1/6?, Campbell CH. Contusion of back at Chimbo. #5, 8/9/64. NFR.

WILE or WILD. DANIEL LUTHER: 1st SHA. Enl. 1/9/67, Richmond. Pres. - 4/64. NFR. Maryland Line? Resided after the war at Union Station, Baltimore.

WILLIAMS, GEORGE: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7 At GH Farmville 9/21/64, duty. Absent sick (11/64). Transferred from the Bedford Cavalry (1/20/65). NFR.

WILLIAMS, JAMES R.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 39, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

WILLIAMS, JOHN: 1st SHA.  Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 42, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

WILLIAMS. Z. F.: 1st SHA. Orderly Sgt. Enl. 5/14/67. OCH. Detached service on orders of Stuart. 4/64. Sgt. 7/10/64. NFR. In Md. Soldier's Home in 1894. Residence listed as 2233 N. Calvert St. D. ca. 1903.

WILLIS. ROBERT L.: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 4/15/62, Richmond. Private horse. Present through (1/20/65). NFR.  Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

WILLIS, THOMAS E.: 1st SHA. Bugler. Resident of Va. Enl. 11/25/67, Richmond. Pres. - 8/64. NFR. Age 29, farmer, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

WILSON, CHARLES: 1st SHA. Enl. 8/1/67, Richmond. Wounded 5/9/64. NFR.

WIMMER, BURWELL: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

WIMMER, HARVEY: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

WIMMER. ISAAC: 1st SHA.  Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

WIMMER, JACOB: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.

WINGFIELD, ALFRED: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference.

WINGFIELD. AUSTIN: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7/10/62. Richmond. Present through (1/20/65). NFR.

WINGFIELD, LEWIS M.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/7/67, Richmond. Discharged. Age 20, 5'2", dark complexion and eyes, black hair, butcher.

WINN. RICHARD: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference.

WINSTON, F. (T.) A.: 1st SHA. Listed in Amos D. Woods' Floyd County: A History of Its People and Places as a member of this unit.  Age 36, cabinet maker, 1860 Floyd Co. Census.

WISE. SAMUEL H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7 Paroled 5/16/65; age 27, dark complexion, light hair, blue eyes.

WISE, WILLIAM H: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. ?  Paroled 5/16/65; age 24, fair complexion, light hair, grey eyes.

WISEMAN, J. R.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. ? Paroled 5/18/65; age 21, 5'8", light complexion and hair, blue eyes.

WITHERS. HENRY: 1st SHA. (SEE George TRUST). 1st SHA. Pvt. Captured 9/29/64, Washington, D.C. Released from Ft. Warren, Boston, 6/13/64, on oath.

WOOD, THOMAS: 1st SHA. Pvt. Residence: Albemarle Co. Paroled 5/16/65, Charlottesville.

YALLAPPI, JOSEPH FERARA: 2nd SHA. Postwar reference.

YATES, THOMAS FRANK: 1st SHA. Pvt. B. Leonardstown, St. Mary's Co, Md, ca. 1843. Enl. 8/10/63, Richmond. WIA (nose), Carlisle, Pa. 7/1/63. Transferred to Co. K (2nd), 1st Va. Cav., 8/14/64. Transferred to Co. K, 1st Md. Cav, 8/15/64. NFR. Deputy Sheriff, Charles Co, Md. 1871. Printer and Publisher, Sr. Mary's Beacon.  Member, Army & Navy Society of Md. Line Association.   Entered Old Soldier's Home, Pikesville, Md, 1894 from Leonardstown, Md. Alive in 1903. D. at age 70. Buried in Our Lady's Chapel Cem, St. Mary's Co, Md.

YOUNG, M. B.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 2/15/63, Richmond. GSW ankle and great toe on right foot, 10/11/63.  Furloughed for 40 days from Robertson Hospital, Richmond to Augusta, Ga. Transferred to Cobb's Ga. Legion (2/64) per SO #107/19.

YOUNG, VALENTINE: 2nd SHA. Pvt. Enl. 7 At Childersburg, Alabama? At Charlottesville GH with debility 4/22 - 4/27/62. Discharged due to deformity of hand; age 20, 5' 10", dark complexion, gray eyes, light hair. From Alabama.

ZIMMERMAN, GEORGE H.: 1st SHA. Pvt. From Maryland. Enl. 12/1/67, Richmond. An ordained minister.  Requested as chaplain for 12th Va. Cav. And 1st Md. Battalion. Transferred.

ZIMMERMAN. WILLIAM E.: 1st SHA. Pvt. Enl. 8/1/67. Fredericksburg. Transferred to 2nd Bttn. Md. Cavalry 4/64. Resided in Baltimore Co., Md. after the war.

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Reference:  The 1st and 2nd Stuart Horse Artillery, 1st Edition, Copyright 1985 H.E. Howard, Inc., Manufactured in the United States by H.E. Howard, Inc., Lynchburg, Virginia.  Printed by H.E. Howard, Inc.  ISBN-1-56190-108-3