Eubank's-Taylor's Battery

Roster L-Z

LANCASTER, OWEN C.: Pvt., enl. 3-31-62 Orange CH JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], AWOL 9/10-62 MR, present MRs 11/12-62 until 1/2-64 notes cap. Mossy Creek, TN on forage detail 1-22-64, sent for exchange from Camp Chase, OH 2-4-64 to Louisville, KY, rcd. 2-11-64 then to Rock Island, IL rcd. 2-18-64, trans. 3-2-65 for exch., (1870 living in Orange age 47, res. St. Just, Orange Co. when applied for pension in May 1900 age 77 and May 1902 age 79). 

LANCASTER, WILLIAM C.: Pvt., enl. 3-31-62 Orange CH JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), absent sick MRs 9/10-62 until present again 9/10-63, noted at home WDD before 6/63, NS 3/4-64 MR sent to hosp. Chim.#3 6-21-64 chronic diarrhea, 9/10-64 MR notes has since DIED, hosp. records show DOD at G.H. Lynchburg 7-28-64 after having been sent there 7-9-64, SIGN., (married 1837, widow Mary F.'s res. Mine Run, Orange Co. when she applied for a pension in 1888). 

LANTZ, CHRISTIAN: Pvt., enl. 3-8-(62) Berkeley JSB 3/w or Winchester Kerns, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65. SACH Berkeley, SIGN., (bur. Green Hill Cem., Martinsburg, WV). 

LANTZ, JOSEPH T. VAN: Pvt. to Cpl., [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., 1 VA Arty present 7/8-61 MR & absent 1/2-62 on 34 day furlough from 2-14-62, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co.), present MRs 9/10-62 through 3/4-63, (DIED Gettysburg, bur. Green Hill Cem., Martinsburg, WV). 

LEAKE, PEMBROKE SOMERSET: Sgt., (born 12-1841 Aspen Grove, Henrico Co.), enl. 7-1-?? Henrico George M. Randolph 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, paid $20/mo., sent 6-25-64 to R&W Hosp. 8-22-64 acute diarrhea rtd. to duty 8-24-64, address T.C. Leake's, Glen Allen, PA, SACH Henrico Co., sign. P.S. Leake, (brother to W.S. Leake (BLA), married 1867, issue, died 10-4-1903, bur. Shady Grove Church, Henrico Co.) 

LEAKE, WALTER SAMUEL: 1Lt to Sr. 1Lt.,(bom 7-7-39), enl. NS. 12 Battn. Co.C, NS MRs 9/10-62 until 3/4-63 marked present, NS MRs 9/12-63 through 1/2-65 but noted present for duty on 9/64-1/65 & 1/2-65 MRs. $1 DO/mo.. issued clothing, PoH 4-22-65 to Louisa Go., SIGN. W.S. Leake, signed furlough of WHR & requisition as Lt. Cmmdg. rec. at camp near Bunker Hill 7-14-63 1 pr. shoes, (brother of P.S. Leake (BLA), married 1st 1861, married 2nd 1895, issue by both wives. 1870 living in Louisa age 30, living in 1906). 

LEE, SYLVESTER SAMUEL: Pvt. to Cpl., (born 1841 Orange), enl. 3-31-62, Orange CH JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, MSS 3463 election, SACH Orange Co., (married Callista, worked on railroad, died 8-13-1901 Orange and bur. there). 

LEWIS, PHILIP P.: Pvt., enl. 3-31-(62), Orange CH JSB war, (schoolteacher), (absent 5/6-62 MR sent to G.H. 6-20-62 left sick at home in Orange Co. when "we” marched to Richmond/Fredericksburg, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], absent sick 9/10 & 11/12-62 MRs, present MRs 1/2-63 until shown as AWOL 9/12-63 bid POW 12-3-63 Russellville, TN near Knoxville, TN, sent to Camp Chase, OH 12-15-63, from Louisville, KY 12-31-63 to Rock Island, It. rcd. 1-10-64, DOD 3-19-64 chronic diarrhea, Grave #857 Conf. Cem. Rock Island, IL (Letters to wife - USAMHI, VHS, issue) 

LIGGON, CHRISTOPHER: Pvt., (born Henrico Co.), enl. 4-16-[62] Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 1/2-64 when sent to hospital 3-2 or 3-64 from Bulls Gap, TN, present MRs 7/8-64 through 1/2-65, PoH Maynard House near Richmond 4-22-65, SIGN., (entered LCSH. Richmond 3-15-94 age 62, dismissed 1-7-1901 for breaking arrest and AWOL). 

LLOYD, WILLIAM: Pvt., born Goochland, enl. 4-16-62 Goochland JLE 3 yr., 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent sick 7/8-64 (since 5-20-64) applied for honorable disch. as term of enlistment had expired, over conscript age. and very infirm unable to perform his duties for nearly 12 mos., descr.: farmer, 60, 5' 9", dk. complex., grey hair, blue eyes, granted disch. on the line between the James and Appomattox Rivers 1865, approved by Taylor, Jordan, and Alexander. 

LUCAS, BENJAMIN: Pvt., [enl. 4-19-61 EGA 1 yr., 1 VA Arty. present 7/8-61 MR, absent 1/2-62 MR on 34 day furlough from 2-14-62, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], absent with leave 9/10-62 MR, MRs 1/2-63 through 9/64-1/65 (last) carried AWOL. 

LUCAS, OSCAR M.: Pvt. to Cpl., (born 6-25-43), [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA I yr., I VA Arty. present 7/8-61 MR & absent 1/2-62 MR on 34 day furlough from 2-14-62, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Go. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, Cpl. on 3/4-63 MR, SACH Jefferson Co., [SIGN.], (died 5-22-88, bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, WV). 

MARKLE, SAMUEL T.: Cpl., [enl. 6-10-61 Harpers Ferry EGA I yr., 1 VA Arty. present MRs 7/8-61 & 1/2-62, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, Cpl. on 9/12-63 MR, SACH Berkeley Co 

MARTIN, JAMES: Pvt.. SACH (only) Botetourt Co. (possibly same as MARTIN, JNO. T., Pvt., on APP PAR? and VIRGINIA CONFEDERATE ROSTERS). 

MASTON, ELIJAH J.:  Pvt., enl. 3-31-(62) Orange CH Brown war, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, extra duty as teamster 4/62), present 9/10-62 MR, absent 11/12-62 MR detailed as wagoner, detailed teamster by P.A. Franklin, QM Alexander's Battn. present MRs 1/2 & 3/4-63. as teamster $0.25 extra. present 9/12-63, cap. on forage detail 1-20-64 at Mossy Creek, TN, sent to Camp Chase, OH 2-4-64 trans. Louisville, KY 2-11-64, red. at Rock Island Barracks 2-20-64, DIED, bur. 3-29-64 Grave (illeg. in file) #947 (Gant. Cem.), carried as absent POW MRs 1/2-64 through 1/2-65. 

MATHEWS, JOHN B.: Pvt., on]. 3-26-[62] Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 unfit 3/4-64 shows absent WDD 6-22-64 near Bermuda Hundreds sent to hosp., adm. 6-25-64 to Chim.#3 GSW left thigh, neck and thigh, severe, shell. 7/8-64 MR notes DOW 8-11 or 12-64. 

McCORMICK, BYRD: Pvt., (also Bird) enl. 4-20-[62] Nelson JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until AWOL 112-63. present 3/4-63 MR, absent WDD 9/12-63 MR (GSW left leg by call in flesh of middle third) Gettysburg, cap. Cashtown, PA 7-5-63, POW trans. Chester, PA hosp. to Hammond G.H., MD 10-4-63, trans. Point Lookout, MD 1-15-64, exch. 5-3-64, present all MRs 5/6-64 through 1/2-65 (last notes daily duty QM Dept.) 

McMAHAN, JAMES: Pvt., enl. 7-15-(63?) Berkeley OBT 3/w, 9/12-63 MR (only) notes run over and killed by car on trip from VA to TN, (WHR letter 9-26-63 fell attempting to get on train, both legs run over and crushed). 

MEADOR, ROBERT A.: Pvt., to Cpl. (1/2-64), enl. 3-26-[62] Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, AWOL 9/10-62 MR, present MRs 11/12-62 until absent 1/2-65 on 15 day furlough, appears as paroled POW by T.L. Barker, Lt. Col.. 36 MASS Vols at Farmville between 4-11 & 4-21-65 (printed date orgy). 

MOODY, JOSEPH 0.: Pvt, enl. 3-22-[62) Roanoke JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 9/12-63 (carried as POW through 1/2-65) but WIA Gettysburg, left at Cashtown, PA cap. 7-4-63, POW at Fort Delaware, DE died 11-12-63 erysipelas, bur. on local Jersey shore opposite post (Finn's Point (Salem) NJ National (cem.) 

MULLIGAN, PATRICK J.: Pvt., erg. 3-8-62 Berkeley JLE 3/w, (trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, appears on account of United States, to Samuel Brandt for boarding rebel prisoners committed by Capt. Thomas S. McGowan, Prov. Marshal, Post at Chambersburg, PA 9-21 to 9-28-1864? 21 meals $2.80), absent all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65 as detailed by order of Sec. of War, SIGN. P.J. Mulligan. 

NIMMO, JAMES A.: Sgt., enl. 3-22-(62) Richmond JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, $14/mo., present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, cap. 4-4-65 Harper's Farm, POW at Point Lookout, MD, released 6-15-65 on OA: res. Norfolk City, 5' 11", It. complex.. brown hair, hazel eyes, paid as 2 Sgt. $17/mo (11/62 - 12/63), SIGN. 

NOCTIN, JOHN: Pvt., enl. 3-16-[63?) JLE NS, 314-63 MR (only) shows deserted. 

NOLAND, WILLIAM: Pvt, (enl. 7-27-61 Manassas EGA I yr. I VA Arty. present 7/8-61 MR and 1/2-62 MR under arrest as charged for desertion, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, extra pay rate $0.25 as teamster, daily duty for QM Dept. 1/2-65 MR as teamster, [SIGN.] 

NUCKLES, HENRY IC: Pvt, enl. 4-14-62 Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until 1/2-63 shows trans to Capt. Newton's Cav.. Co.G 4 VA Cav. 1-1-63 by S.O. 275/19 dated 12-25-62, D&A NoVA-Lee, (4 VA Cav. Co.G MRs: 1/2-63 absent with leave, NS 5/6-63, 1/2-64 shows as cap. POW (trans from Arty.), absent POW 3/4-64 cap. Brandy Station 10-11-63 POW adm. Capitol Prism, Washington, DC 10-17-63, trans. 10-27-63 to Fort Lookout, MD paroled 10-11-64, exch. Cox Wharf on the James River 10-15-64 by Conf. Agent for Exchange, adm. R&W 10-15-64 trans. Chim.#3 10-16-64 chronic diarrhea furloughed to Goochland 10-17 or 22-64 for 60 days, PoH Dover Mines 5-9-65, SIGN., file also includes 1952 response to Richmond relative - Nuckols].

PALMER, WILLIAM V-: Pvt., (also W.H.), (born 1833), (erg. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., 1 VA Arty. present MRs 7/8-61 & 1/2-62, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65; SACH Berkeley, SIGN. W.K. Palmer, (died 1901, bur. Green Hill, Martinsburg, WV). 

PARRISH, HUMPHREY J.: Sgt., enl. 3-26-[62) Louisa JLE 3/w. 12 Battn. VLA Co.C, absent sick 9/10-62 MR, present MRs 11/12-62 until absent 9/12-63 detailed QM Dept., 1/2-64 MR notes supposed POW, present MRs 3/4-64 through 1/2-65 (last notes daily duty with QM Dept., wagon master pay rate $0.25, (SACH shows act, Wagon Master- 1 horse) Louisa Co., SIGN., (1870 living in Louisa age 31). 

PERKINS, GEORGE: Pvt., born Goochland, enl. 3-31(62) Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, (substitute for John B. Stollins). present MRs 9/10-62 until 1/2-63 shows DIED 2-21-63, deceased settlement filed 6-18-64 by Attorney Aim. S. Atkinson. 

PORTERWIG, WILLIAM J.: Pvt, (also W.T.) enl. 3-24-[62] Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until 9/12-63 & 1/2-64 note absent sick sent home on sick furlough 4-63, present MRs 3/4-64 through 1/2-65, adm. R&W Hosp. 3-15-64 scabies, trans. 3-16-64 to Chim.#3, to Chim. #1 4-8-64 disease rtd. 5-24-64, still in USA Military Prison (Libby) Richmond 4-10-65. 

POWERS, OSWELL HAMMOND: (also Oswald but noted as heretofore incorrectly written Obadiah H.), Pvt., enl, 3-26-[62] Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, on list of paroled POWs given by Col. D.M. Evans, 20 NY Cav. 4-22-65, report dated 5-18-65 at Richmond, office of Prov. Marshal, (married 1868, per widow Susan V.'s Henrico Co. pension application he died 9-2-1912 stomach cancer). 

PRIEST, ALBERT TELLOUS: Pvt, (also A.G.), enl. 3-31-[62] Orange CH JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, absent 5/6-62 MR sent to G.H. 6-27-62 adm. Chim.#3 typhoid], absent sick 9/10-62 MR, present MRs 11/12-62 through 1/ 2-65, WDD 5-9-64? Wilderness, Spotts CH, [sic] Coal Harbor, (sic] around Richmond - arm, slight, (illeg.). cap. Harper's Farm 4-6-65, POW Point Lookout, MD 4-14-65, released 6-16-65 on OA: res. Orange Co., 5' 8 1/2", lt. complex.. brown hair, hazel eyes, (bur. Waugh/Priest Family Cem., 'Bushy Mountain Farm" on Clark Mtn.) 

PROFFITT, GEORGE D.: Pvt, and. 8-27-[63?] Goochland OBT 3 yr.. 9/12-63 MR (first) as absent 12-15-63 sent to hospital at Rogersville, TN, present MRs 3/4-64 through 1/2-65, SACH Goochland. 

PROFFITT, ROBERT T.: Pvt., enl.. 5-13-(62) Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, ambulance driver on 3/4-62 MR, teamster, on roll of POW paroled at Columbia by Maj. Henry Terwilliger, 1 Regt. NY Mounted Rifles, Prov. Marshal dated 5-3-65, (1870 living in Goochland age 32, SIGN X his mark, applied for Dover Mills, Goochland Co. pension in 1900 age 63 and 1903 age 65). 

PRYOR, THOMAS E.: Pvt., (enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., present MRs 7/8-61 & 1/2-62 in 1 VA Arty.), trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA detailed by S.O.101/3 dated 5-2-62 A&IGO Sec. of War to work in Richmond), absent all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65 as detailed to Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond., [SIGN.] 

RAY, WILLIAM P.: Cpl., (also W.T.) enl. 3-22-(62) Amherst JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 through 3/4-63 (last), (DIED at Gettysburg). 

RHOADES, JOHN: Pvt., enl. 3-31-[62] Orange CH JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present MRs 9/10-62 unfit AWOL 3/4-63 MR, present all MRs 9/12-63 through 1/2-65, MSS 3463 election, SACH rem. Orange Co., (1870 living in Orange age 44). 

RICHARDS, JAMES W.: Pvt., enl. 3-31-(62) Orange CH JSB war, (trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, MSS 3463 election, SACH Greene Co. 

ROACH, JOHN: Pvt.. [Enl. 8-26-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., 1 VA Arty. present 1/2-62 MR, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Go. VLA, detailed extra duty as teamster), present MRs 9/10-62 unfit 1/2-64 shows POW on forage detail carried as POW through 1/2-65, 3/4-63 MR notes detailed by Capt. Franklin in Alexander's Battn., extra pay $0.25 teamster, adm. Chim. #1 12-12-62 syphilis trans. CSA G.H. Danville 12-19-62, cap. Mossy Creek, TN by forces under Maj. Gen. Thomas cmdg. Dept. of the Cumberland 1-22-64 sent from Knoxville. TN to Louisville, KY via Camp Chase, OH 2-4-64, red. Louisville, KY 2-15-64, trans. to Rock Island Barracks, JL 2-18-64, released, joined US Army for frontier service 10-17-64, remarks from Nashville. 

ROUTT, WILLIAM H.: Pvt., born Orange Co. enl. 3-31-62 Green JLE 3 yr. [or Orange CH JSB war, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, furlough 1-20-65 home Greene Co., 38, bricklayer, 6 (illeg.), complex., hair, eyes all dk., MSS 3465 election 3-23-65, PoH at Standardsville by Capt. of 11 PA Cav.- paroling officer, SIGN., (22 letters to his wife at Museum of the Confederacy). 

SCHOOLER, EDWARD G.: Pvt, enl. 6-30-(62), Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 until 1/2-65 detailed as a prisoner, cap. Harper's Farm. released from Point Lookout, MD 6-19-65 on OA: res. Goochland Co., 5' 3 1/4". dk. complex., ft. brown hair, blue eyes, X his mark. 

SCHOOLER, RICHARD: Pvt.. enl. 3-3-64 Goochland OBT NS. 3/4-64 MR (only) shows DIED 6-23-64, adm. 5-23-64 to R&W Hosp. trans. 5-24-64 to Chirn.#5 diarrhea given 60 day furlough 6-1-64, DIED at home in Goochland 6-28-64, $11/mo., X his mark. 

SEIBERT, JOSEPH: Cpl., (enl. 5-25-61 Harper's Ferry EGA 1 yr., present MRs 7/8-61 & 1/2-62 in 1 VA Arty., trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Go. VLA, Pvt. to Cpl.], present MRs 9/10-62 until AWOL 1/2-64 (last), [SIGN.], (bur. Green Hill Cem.. Martinsburg WV). 

SHARPE, MONTGOMERY D.: Pvt., (born Louisa Co.), enl. 3-26-62 Hanover JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 (NS 1/2-64) unfit absent 1/2-65 on 15 day furlough, PoH 4-22-65 Maynard House near Richmond to home HanCo., farmer, 31, 5’ 11”. complex., hair, and eyes - all dk. per furlough descr., SIGN. M.D. Sharpe X his mark, (farmer, age 79 in 1910, rcd. HanCo. 1917 pension for $50.00). 

SHARPE, PATRICK HENRY: Pvt.. enl. 3-26-[62] Hanover JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, adm. R&W Hosp. 5-23-64 trans. Chirn.#5 5-24-64, chicken pock (sic) 5-27-64, on Chim. #5 Hosp. MR dated 5-1 to 6-15-64 paid to 2-29-64 by Capt. West rtd. 7-18-64. PoH at Maynard House near Richmond 4-22-65, SIGN. Patrick H. Sharpe X his mark. 

SHEPHERD, EDWARD J.: Pvt., enl. 4-4-(62) Roanoke JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, cap. 7-3 or 4-63 at Gettysburg sent to G.H. Cashtown, PA, trans, to City Point 8-17-63 for exch.

SHEPHERD, ROBERT B.; Pvt.,enl. 6-30-[62] Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C. present MRs 9/10-62 until NS 3/4-64 sent to R&W Hosp. 6-1-64 trans. Chim.#4 6-2-64 remittent fever rtd. 6-8-64, adm. 6-18-64 trans. Chim. 6-19-64 (possibly chicken pox illeg.] furloughed 30 days until 7-14-64, adm. Chim.#4 2-2-64 debility, present MRs 5/6-64 through 1/2-65 (last notes daily duty). 

SHEPPARD, LUCIAN H.: (also Lucius N.), Pvt., enl. 3-26-[62] Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent POW 9/12-63 (carried through 1/2-65), shows left sick in hands of enemy at Dandridge near Knoxville, TN, cap. 12-9-63. Sent north from Nashville G.H., TN sick to Camp Chase, OH 1-10-64 rcd. 2-4-64 trans. Louisville, KY 2-11-64 to Rock Island, IL 2-15-64 for exch., chronic diarrhea, adm. 2-15-64 Ward 2 Bed 3 Branch 1 E(ruptive), G.H. Louisville, KY variola malignant (file includes detailed medical log 2-15---3-14-64). DOD 3-16-64 chronic diarrhea, home Louisa, single, no effects, bur. 5-18-64 Grave #57 range 43 Cave Hill National Cem. 

SHERRER, JOSEPH E.: Pvt. to Bugler, (born 3-10-30), [enl. 6-17-61 Bunker Hill EGA 1 yr., present on 1 VA Arty. MRs 7/8-/61 & 1/2-62, acting as bugler 2-1-62 as J. Lyle Langley absent, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 through ½-65 cap. Harper's Farm, POW Point Lookout, MD released 6-19-65 on OA: 5' 5", dk. complex, brown? (illeg.) hair, blue eyes, transportation furnished to Martinsburg, VA (sic) 6-20-65 from Washington, D.C., (married, issued, died 12-27-1900, bur. St. Joseph's Catholic Cem., Martinsburg, WV). 

SIMS, CHARLES FRANCIS: Pvt., enl. 3-26-(62) Louisa JLE 3/w, (Louisa Co. 26), 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 9/12-63 sent to hosp. at Petersburg 9-19-63, absent MRs through 1/2-65, on list of paroled POWs by Bvt. Brig. Gen.A.C. Voris at Beaver Dam shows occ. farmer. 

SMITH, EDWARD BYRD: Pvt., (born 1833), enl. 5-15-62 Lynchburg OBT 3 yr, present MRs 9/12-63 until absent 3/4-64 sent to Marion Hosp. 4-29-64, present MRs 5/6-64 through 1/2-65 (present sick), adm. R&W Hosp. 5-24-64 trans. Chim.#5 5-25-64 then Lynchburg G.H.#1 5-27-64, hosp. clothing receipts 7-1-63, 7-8-63, and 5-27-64, SACH Lynchburg. (died 1890). 

SMITH, FRANCIS MARION: Pvt., enl. 5-1-64 Orange OBT 3 yr, present all MRs 1/2-64 through 1/2-65, SACH Orange Co., (1917 rcd. $50.00 Orange Go. pension, bur. Antioch Baptist Church Cem., Orange Co.) 

SMITH, WILLIAM B.: Pvt., enl. 6-7-[63?] Orange OBT 3 yr., present all MRs 9/12-63 through 1/2-65, SACH Orange Co., (1917 red. $50.00 pension in Orange). 

STRANEY, EDWARD F.: Pvt., [enl. 6-2-61 Harper's Ferry EGA 1 yr., shows present 1 VA Arty. 7/8-61 & 1/2-62. paid $25 for 6 mo. clothing and $50 bounty 10-4-62, detailed with Richmond & Petersburg RR Co. 5-2-62 S.O. 101/3, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], absent all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65 detailed by order of Sec. of War to Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, [SIGN.) 

SUTHERLAND, JAMES H.: Pvt., enl. 6-6-62 Orange OBT 3 yr, present MRs 9/10-62 until 5/6-64 shows DIED at Chester Station 7-1 or 2-64, Huger's Field Hosp., Chester, roll signed by his father Robert Sutherland. 

SUTHERLAND, ROBERT: Pvt., Enl. 3-31-(62) Orange CH JSB war, (trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), absent sick MRs 9/10-62 until present 1/2-63, sent to hosp. from Marietta, GA noted on 9/12-63 MR, present MRs 1/2-64 through 1/2-65, (last notes on 15 day furlough), cap. 4-6-65, trans. City Point to Point Lookout, MD adm. POW Camp Hosp. 6-19-65 typhoid fever, hosp. #661, DOD 6-29-65 bur. POW Graveyard (Conf. Cem.) 

SUTHERLAND, JOHN THOMAS: Pvt., enl. 8-6-63 Orange OBT 3yr., present all MRs 9/12-63 through 1/2-65, MSS 3463 election. cap. 4-6-65 Harper's Farm, released from Point Lookout, MD 6-19-65 on OA: fair complex., [rest of descr. illeg. home , VA), 

SUTHERLAND, WILLIAM: Pvt., enl. 3-31-[62) Orange CH JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Go. VLA], AWOL on MRs 9/10-62 until present 1/2-63, absent 5/6-64 MR on 15 day furlough, present MRs 7/8-64 through 1/2-65, MSS 3463, SACH Orange, (WDD in leg at Chancelorsville, res. True Blue, Orange Co. when applied for $30.00 pension May 1900 at age 75). 

TALIAFERRO, JAMES E.: QM Sgt. shows Pvt. (1/2-63) to 2 Lt. (9/12-63), enl. 8-12-[62) Amherst JLE 3/w, paid $90/mo. as Lt., present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 9/12-63 MR sent to rear from Loudon sick 11-20-63, NS 1/2-64 MR (last), [illeg. appendix? fever Lynchburg rcd. 3-12-64, dated 3-8-64, (see John T. Ford as he was prom. because J.E. Taliaferro DIED 5-18-64). 

TANNER, ABRAHAM: Pvt., enl. 3-31-62 Orange CH Brown war, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA orig. Capt. E.G. 

Alburtis' Co.B. I Arty., present 2/3-621, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 1/2-65 on 15 day furlough, cap. 4-6-65 Harper's Farm, POW sent via City Point to POW Point Lookout, MD, released 6-21-65 on OA: res. Madison Co., 6' 1/2", It. complex., brown hair, gray eyes, (married). 

TATE, GEORGE W.: Pvt., (born HanCo.), enl. 5-14-[62) Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 3/4-63 (sick crossed out note illeg.), present MRs 9/12-63 through 1/2-65, PoH 4-24-65 Richmond to home in Henrico Co., (had pneumonia during war, carpenter, at age 65 in Apr. 1906 applied for Henrico Co. pension, SIGN.) 

TATE, ROBERT J.: Pvt. to Sgt., [enl. 6-30-61 Winchester EGA 1 yr., present 1 VA Arty MRs 7/8-61 & 1/2-62, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, Cpl. to Sgt.], present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, SACH Berkeley Co. 

TATUM, JOSEPH H.: Pvt., enl. 3-31-[62] Orange CH JSB war, (trans. 10-8,62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), absent sick MRs 9/10-62 MR until present 1/2-63, disch. 3/4-63 MR for disability at Mt. Carmel Church, Caroline Co., (res. Tatum, Orange Co. applied for pension at age 69 in May 1900, died 8-1911 Tatum, Orange Co.) 

TAYLOR, OSMOND B.: 1 Lt. to Capt., 12 Battn. Co.C, NS on MRs 9/10 & 11/12-62, present 3/4-63 MR, NS on MRs 9/12-63 through 1/2-65, paid $100/mo. as 1Lt. (1-3/63), paid $140/mo. (3/7-63) as Capt., SIGN. O.B. Taylor, many requisitions in file.  (WHR mentions OBT as of Richmond, KIA shot dead 4-6-65 when refused to surrender). 

TEELE, MOSES 0.: Pvt., enl. 5-24-62 Kentucky JLE 3/w, substitute for Bernard Cohn in 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 10/12-62 through 1/2-65. SACH Lynchburg. 

TINDER, GEORGE THOMAS: Pvt., (born Orange Co.), enl. 3-31-[62) Orange CH JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62, J.S.  Brown's Co. VLA, absent sent to G.H. 4-18-62 noted on MRs 2/3 & 5/6-62 and sent again from near Yorktown as WDD 6-24-62), absent sick MRs 9/10-62 through 3/4-63, 9/12-63 MR shows absent detailed to drive ambulance waggon [sic), pay signed for George T. Tinder by his attorney, MRs 1/2-64 through 1/2-65 show absent detailed teamster to ordnance train of 1st Corps, SACH of men with Artillery Ordnance Train 1st Corps, pay signed for by his attorney, (WIA shell wound to abdomen during June 1862 Seven Days near Richmond, farmer, married 1856, res. near St. Just, Orange Co. when applied for pension in 1900 at age 68 and again 71 in 1903, died 1-1-1904 inflammation of bladder, widow Susan rcd. $33.00 pension in 1917 from Orange Co.)

TRAINNUM, BENJAMIN J.: pvt. enl. 3-62 Goochland JLE 3/w, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65 (last on detailed detachment with Grattan), SACH Goochland Co. 

TRAINNUM, CHARLES H.: Pvt., enl. 2-14-62 Goochland JLE 3/w, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, SACH Goochland, (living in 1906). 

TURNER, JAMES R.: Pvt., [enl. 3-4-?? Frederick/Winchester Lt. C.M. Kerns, sent to hosp. 10-6-62, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, reported as deserted 5/64 carried so until 1/2-65), absent sick all MRs from 9/10-62 through 1/2-65. 

TYLER, ALGERNON: Pvt., (born Henrico Co.), enl. 2-2-63 Henrico, JLE 3/w, present all MRs 1/2-63 through 1/2-65, extra pay rate $0.25 teamster, SACH rem. Henrico Co., (1917 rcd. Henrico Co. pension of $55.00, entered LCSH, Richmond 1-21-18, died 1-11-1919, bur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond). 

TYLER, THOMAS E.: Pvt., enl. 5-13-[62] Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, extra duty as carpenter 1-22---2-11/64, still in USA Mil. (Libby) Prison 4-10-65. 

WALKER, GEORGE W.: Pvt. to Cpl., [enl. 1-31-62 Centreville Lt. Brown war, present 1 VA Arty 1/2-62 MR, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, Cpl. on 3/4-64 MR, [SIGN.] 

WANN, JOHN A.: Pvt. to Cpl., (also James H.), [enl. 5-18-61 Harpers Ferry EGA 1 yr., 1 VA Arty. present 7/8-61 MR & absent 1/2-62 MR on 34 day furlough 2-14-62, 2 Cpl. on 5/6-62 MR, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), present MRs 9/10-62 until 9/12-63 (shows Cpl.) but noted as deserted 7-17-63 at Bunker Hill, cap. Martinsburg, VA [sic) 7-26-63 by 14 PA Cav., released 12-2-63 on OA: res. Hartford Co., MD, on roll of Fort Mifflin, PA, enlisted in US Marine Corps by Capt. Lewis, 5' 10", fair complex., black hair, blue eyes. 

WATTS, JOHN THOMAS: Pvt., (also Thos. J.) enl. 3-26-[62) Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 until 1/ 2-64 when taken POW on forage detail (carried through 1/2-65 as POW), cap. at Mossy Creek, TIN 1-20 or 22-64, sent to Camp Chase, OH 2-4-64 then Louisville, KY 2-14-64, red. at Rock Island, IL 2-18-64, carded roll #73 at Rock Island shows released, (entered LCSH, Richmond 10-16-89, left at own request 2-18-90, readmitted 6-19-94, left again 9-11-1894 at own request). 

WEDDEL, JOHN H., Jr.: 1 Lt., [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., present 1 VA Arty. MRs 7/8-61 & 1/2-62, trans. from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, appt. Sgt. 3-28-621, NS on MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-63, absent on 3/4-63 WDD Chancellorsville, GSW right leg, tibia fractured - med. cert., S.O. 271/19 dated 11-14-63 assigned as conscript officer for Caroline Co.-paid $100/mo. since 5-6-63 for 12 mo., batty. needs but unfit OBT expressed hope the vacancy may be filled by appt. or election, file includes requisitions made at Bolengreen [sic) Caroline Co. for writing materials, present for duty MRs 9/12-64 & 1/2-65 MRs, (commanding at SACH - 1 horse) Berkeley Co., SIGN. J.H. Weddel, (appears in APP PAR twice, died 9-8-98 age 56 yr. 12 days, bur. Green Hill Cem., Martinsburg, WV). 

WELLS, WILLIAM P.: Pvt., enl. 4-4-(62) Amherst JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, absent all MRs 9/10-62 detailed by order of Sec. of War as shoemaker by S.O. 118/9 dated 5-23-62, shown as disch. on 5/6-64 MR. 

WENTZ, HENRY D.: Cpl. to Sgt., (enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., present on 1 VA Arty. MRs 7/8-61 & 1/2-62 appt. 1 Sgt. 2-10-62, trans. from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, shows as Sgt. on all, cap. Harper's Farm 4-6-65, POW at Point Lookout, MD, released 6-21-65 on OA: res. Berkeley Go., 5' 8", dk. complex., black hair, hazle (sic) eyes, (supposedly born Gettysburg, PA, moved to Martinsburg in 1852 as carriage maker, died 12-10-75 age 48, bur. Green Hill Cem., Martinsburg, WV). 

WHITEHURST, JAMES: Pvt. to Cpl., [enl. 8-14-61 Manassas EGA 1 yr., trans. from Danville Greys 18 Regt. VA Vols. 8-4-61 to 1 VA Arty., present 7/8-61 MR, absent 1/2-62 on 35 day furlough from 2-14-62, trans. from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA as Pvt.], present all MRs 9/1-62 until 1/2-64 KIA Bean Station, TN. 

WILCHER, ADAM T.: Pvt., (also Andrew T.), enl. 5-7-[62) Louisa JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, absent sick MRs 9/10-62 until present 3/4-63, absent sick MRs 9/12-63 (sent to hosp.) & 1/2-64, present MRs 3/4-64 through 1/2-65, SACH Louisa, (applied for Oilville, Goochland Co. pension in 1900 at 66 and 1902 at 68). 

WILCHER, URIAH A.: Pvt., (born Louisa Co.) enl. 4-2-162) Louisa OBT 3 yr., 12 Battn. VLA Co.C, (disch. as over 35 yr. by order of J.H. Winder 5-19-62. descr.: farmer, 38 yr., 5' 8", It. complex., gray hair, blue eyes), enl. in Eubank's Arty. 3/w, present 3/4-63 MR, absent MRs 9/12-63 (sent to hosp. from Milford Depot, AWOL 7/8-64 MR (no pay for 6-2-63 to 2-26-64), present MRs 9/12-64 & 1/2-65, SACH Louisa Co. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES H.: Pvt., (also J.W.), enl. 4-20-[62] Amherst JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until AWOL 7/8-64, present 3/4-63 MR detailed driver of forage train by Lt. Colston, present 9/64---1/65 MR, teamster, POW Memphis, TIN as deserter, took Oath of Amnesty 4-28-65: res. Desoto Co., MS, 39, 5' 8", fair complex, ft. hair, blue eyes, (paid $0.25/day as teamster). 

WILLIAMS, JOHN: Pvt., enl. 3-9-64 Amherst OBT NS, 3/4-64 MR (only) shows deserted about 5-20-64. 

WILSON, JOHN HENRY: Ord. Sgt., (trans. from Richmond Greys 12 Regt. VA Vol.) 5-20-[62] Richmond JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 1/2-65 detailed on detached service with Maj. Jordan to get forage, adm. R&W 6-1-64 trans. Chim.#4 acute dysentery 6-2-64 rid. 6-8-64, SACH Botetourt Co., (see WHR's letters 9-6-63 & 8-18-63). 

WIRT, HENRY D.: Cpl. to Sgt., [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., 1 VA Arty. present 7/8-61 MR, absent 1/2-62 MR on 34 day furlough from 2-14-62 (4 Cpl.), trans. from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), present MRs 9/10-62 through 3/4-63 (last), cap. Martinsburg, Berkeley Co. 7-19-63 by Ringold Cav., POW Mil. Prison at Wheeling, VA (sic) (known as Atheneum Prison), released 9-9-63 by order of Sec. of War on OA: res. Martinsburg. 22, 5' 7", fair complex., auburn hair, blue eyes. 

WRIGHT, JOHN P.: Pvt., enl. 3-31-62 Orange CH JSB 3 yr., [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent sick 11/12-62 & lined through sick 1/2-63 MR, present MRs 3/4-63 through 1/2-65, MS 3463 election, SACH Orange Co. 

WRIGHT, WILLIAM A.: Pvt., enl. 3-31--[62] Orange CH JSB war, [absent 5/6-62 MR sent to G.H.#21, adm. 5-10-62 DIED parotitis 6-3 or 4-62, no money or clothes, trans. from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA 10-8-62), 9/10-62 MR notes supposed to be dead but carded through 3/4-63. 

YOUNG, JOHN R.B.: Pvt. to blacksmith, (born 11-18-23), [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., 1 VA Arty. MRs present 7/8-61 & 1/2-62 as blacksmith, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present MRs 9/10-62 until AWOL 1/2-64, 3/4-62 MR shows deserted 1-2-64 in TN, extra duty as blacksmith $0.40 rate of pay. (died 3-26-83, bur. Tomahwk Presbyterian Cem., Hedgesville Dist., WV).

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