Eubank's-Taylor's Battery

Roster A-K

ADAMS, JAMES: Pvt.,enl. 2-6-63 Louisa JLE, present MRs 112-63 until absent 9/12-63 sent to R&W Hosp. (G.H.#9) 6-1-63, where toe nail removed, trans. to Chim.#3 8-8-63, 8-18-63 to 9-16-63 at Chim.#3 diarrhea with debility given 35 day furlough, adm. R&W Hosp. 2-24-64 trans. to. Chim.#5 chronic diarrhea rtd. 3-19-64, present MRs 3/4-64 through 1/2-65, SACH, (applied at age 64 for pension in Somerset, Orange Co. in 1900 and again in 1902 at 66). 

ALLEY, JOSEPH T.: Pvt., (born Henrico, enl. 3-26-62 Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C. present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 1/2-64 detailed to drive forage with Lt. Colston, present MRs 3/4-64 through 1/2-65 (last notes daily duty with QM Dept.), extra pay as teamster $0.25, (SIGN., farmer, res. Erin Shades, Henrico Co. in 1902 applied for pension age 66, living in 1906). 

AMOS, JAMES W.- Pvt., enl. 3-31-62 Orange CH JSB 3/w, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 5/6-64 on 15 day furlough, present MRs 7/8-64 through 1/2-65 (last notes daily duty with QM Dept.), adm. R&W Hosp., SACH Orange Co., SIGN. J.W. Amos, (married 1857, res. Somerset, Orange Co. at 64 in May 1900 applied for a pension, he died of disease and exposure date not given - after May 1900 and before widow Sarah J. applied for pension 3-17-1903 Orange Co.) 

ATKINSON, ANDREW J.: Pvt., enl. 5-1-62 Louisa/Goochland JLE 3 yr., 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 9/12-63 detailed to wait on Gettysburg wounded at Cashtown, PA, cap. 7-5-63, sent from Fort McHenry, MD to Fort Delaware, DE rcd. 7-12-63, adm. Post Hosp. at Fort Delaware, DE 10-28-63, noted absent on 1/2-64 MR carried as POW through 1/2-65 MR. but DIED 11-21-63 typhoid fever, bur. on Jersey shore opposite post - Finn's Point (Salem) NJ National Cem. 

ATKINSON, BIAS E.: Pvt., (also Byas, Bais), born HanCo., enl. 3-26-[62). Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until 9/12-63 shows WDD Gettysburg and left at Cashtown, PA, cap. 7-5-63, sent to Point Lookout, MD paroled at Baltimore, MD 8-16-63, exch. 3-3-64 at Point Lookout, MD, listed AWOL 3/4-64 MR, present MRs 5/6-64 through 1/2-65, cap. Sailor's Creek 4-6-65, sent to Point Lookout, MD released 6-23-65 on OA: res. Goochland Co., 5" 8 3/4", It. complex., lt. hair, grey eyes, SIGN. X his mark, (farmer, res. Erin Shades, Henrico Co. when applied for pension in Apr. 1903 age 60, living in 1916 in Glen Allen). 

ATKINSON, CLAIBORNE T.: Pvt., enl. 4-14-62 Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until 9/12-63 shows WDD Gettysburg, left at Cashtown, PA, 1/2-64 MR shows DOW. 

ATTKERSON, ELIJAH J.: Pvt., (born HanCo.), enl. 3-26-62 Hanover JL 3/w, (farmer), 12 Battn. Co.C, absent sick 9/10-62 MR, present MRs 11/12-65 until 9/12-63 left sick in enemy hands at Knoxville, TN, cap. 12-5-63 Middle Brook, TN by Dept. of Cumberland sent to Camp Chase, OH via Chattanooga & Nashville 1-20-64, rcd. by Mil. Prison at Louisville, KY 1-27-64 for exch., sent to Rock Island, IL rcd, 1-29-64, released 6-20-65 on OA: res. Johnson's Springs, Goosling [sic) Goochland, 22, 5' 5 1/2", It. complex., dk. brown hair, blue or grey eyes, carried as absent-POW MRs through 1/2-65, (typhoid and dropsy while in army, res. Vantay P.O., age 64 in 1902 when applied for HanCo. pension, married, issue, SIGN.) 

BEALL, RICHARD H.: Pvt., [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., 1 VA Arty. Co. B (Pendleton's Regt.) present 7/8-61 MR, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA - Wise Arty., present MRs 1/2-62 through 5/6-62], present all MRs from 9/10-62 except 1/2-65 detailed to bale hay in NC, Sgt. from 11/12-62 until Pvt. again 1/2-65, (died 6-14-93 age 47, bur. Riner Cem. Hedgesville Dist., Berkeley Co., WV). 

BEARD, GEORGE W.: Pvt. to Cpl., [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., Pvt. in 1 VA Arty., present 7/8-61 MR, absent 1/2-62 MR on 34 day furlough from 2-14-62, absent 5/6-62 MR sent WDD to G.H. 6-27-62, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 7/8-64 WDD in front of Bermuda Hundred 12-19-64, carried absent through 1/2-65 notes sent to hosp. in Richmond 12-23-64, 1-1-63 (Sgt.), ranks Cpl. 9/12-63 MR, adm. Chim.#2 12-21-64 scabies given 30 day furlough, reup 1-5-64 Russelville, TN OBT war, furloughed 2-5-65 from Chim. to Powhatan, SACH Berkeley Co., SIGN. 

BINFORD, BALLARD W.: Pvt., [born Richmond, 1st enl. 3-24-62 Winn's Mill Capt. Henry Hudnall war, 16, clerk, 5' 5 1/2", fair complex , dk. hair, dk. eyes, Capt. David Watson's Co. (2nd) of 1 VA Arty, present MRs 3/4-62 (reup) until absent sick 9/1062 (since 10- 1 -62) through 1/2-63, adm. R&W (G.H.#9) trans. G.H.# 11 10-24-62, disch. 11 -19 or 21-62 on surgeon's cert. of disability, rcd. by A& IGO 11-25-62 for (illeg.) and extreme youth, applied for job to Meninger, Sec. of Treasury for support as honorably disch. from 2 Co. Richmond Howitzers], 2nd enl. 1-25-65 NS OBT NS, present 1/2-65 MR (only), SACH Henrico Co. 

BINFORD, SAMUEL J.: Cpl., enl. 5-8-61 Richmond by enlisting officer - Capt. Randolph 12 mo., [MRs of 1 VA Arty. NS 7/8-61 & 11/12-61, present MRs 1/2-62, 2/3-62 (reup), & 5/6-62, 7/8-62 shows trans. to Capt. Eubank's Co. C 12 Battn VA Arty. per S.O. 161/4 D&A NoVA-Lee 7-24-(62), 9/10-62 MR (only) shows DIED at Winchester, (burial record shows DIED 9-28-62, bur. Stonewall Cem., Winchester). 

BLACKENEY, DAVID H.: Pvt., [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., 1 VA Arty. present MRs 7/8-61 & 1/2-62, trans. from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA 10-8-62), absent sick MRs 9/10-62 until 1/2-64 shows absent WDD Sharpsburg sent to hosp., 3/4-64 MR notes deserted after Sharpsburg. 

BOWEN, THOMAS A.: Pvt., enl. 5-1-64 Goochland OBT 3/w, present MRs 5/6-64 through 1/2-65, WDD 6-28-64 on casualty list Wilderness, Spoils CH, Coal Harbour, around Richmond - thigh, slight, shell, SACH Louisa Co. 

BOYD, JOHN B.; Pvt., enl. 1-8-65 Botetourt Co. OBT NS, (Botetourt 17), present 1/2-65 MR, SACH Botetourt Co. 

BRITTON, EDWARD P.: Pvt., enl. 6-15-61 Bunker Hill EGA 1 yr., [1 VA Arty. present 7/8-61 MR (due govt. $4.30 for 1 pr. shoes and blanket) & present 1/2-62 MR, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, present MRs 2/3 & 5/6-62), present MRs 9/10-62 until AWOL 1/2-64 (last). 

BROOKING, JOSIAH W.: Pvt., enl. 4-16-[62), Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C. present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65.

BURFORD, VINCENT F.: Pvt.. (or V.T. and V.P.), enl. 4-20-(62) Amherst JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co. C., present MRs 9/10-62 MR unfit 3/4-64 shows KIA Cold Harbor 6-4-64, 10-6-64 deceased claims settlement filed by Elizabeth Buford. his mother, (bur. Burford Cem.. Amherst Co.) 

CALLAHAN, DAVID E.: Pvt.. org. 4-20-(62] Lynchburg JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, paroled POW Lynchburg 4-14-65. 

CALLAHAN, JOHN W.: Pvt.. born Lynchburg, enl. 4-20-62 Lynchburg JLE 3/w, present MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-64, from 11-1-62 to 11-1-63 had drawn: 4 prs. pants $36.00, 1 pr. drawers $3.00, 2 shirts $6.00, 4 pr. shoes $24.00, 1 jacket $12.00, 3 pr. socks $3.00 = $84.00; from 11-1-63 to 6-7-64 had drawn: 1 jacket $14.00, 1 pr. shoes $10.00, 3 pr. socks $3.00, 1 blanket $10.00, 1 cap $2.00 = $39.00, KIA instantly by explosion of shell 6-7-64 when his batty. engaged at Coal(sic) Harbor. 8-29-64 claims deceased settlement filed by Nancy S. Callahan, his mother, due $150.75, descr.: farmer, 19 yr., 5' 7", dk. Complex dk. hair, dk. eyes, no wife or child or father; OBTs letter to the mother on 8-20-64 indicated 'on the 1st Oct. next your son will be entitled to a CS Hundred dollar bond". 

CALLAHAN, STEPHEN P.: Pvt., enl. 4-20-[62] Lynchburg OBT war, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65 (last notes present sick), adm. R&W Hosp. 9-12-63 trans. to Chim.#4 debility rtd. 9-22-63 paroled POW Lynchburg 4-14-65. 

CALLAHAN, THOMAS W.: Pvt., enl. 4-20-[64) Lynchburg OBT NS, present MRs 7/8-64 through 1/2-65, paid on descriptive roll at hospital from 4-30 to 6-30-64 $28.40. Noted 6-8-64 sent from R&W Hosp. to Chim.. SACH Lynchburg. 

CARTER, DANIEL: Pvt., enl. 4-14-[62) Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent sick 9/12-63 sent to hospital 7/63, present MRs 1/2-64 until absent 7/8-64 on 15 day furlough, present MRs 9/12-64 & 1/2-65, at Chim.#3 10-30-63 to 2-5-64 intermittent fever, SACH Goochland Co., X his mark. 

CARTY, JAMES: Pvt., enl. 4-4-162) Roanoke JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, cap. Harper's Farm 4-6-65, rcd. at City Point 4-14-65, POW at Point Lookout, MD released 6-24-65 on OA-, res. Roanoke Co.. 61 3/4" (illeg.), dk. complex-, greyish hair, blue eyes, (1870 living in Montgomery Co age 50). 

CAWTHORNE, BENJAMIN F.: Pvt., enl. 3-26-[62), Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, teamster, still POW at USA Mil. (Libby) Prison, Richmond 4-10-65. 

CAWTHORNE, EDWIN J. (EDWARD J. filed with): Pvt., enl. 3-28-[62) Hanover JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until 7/8-64 notes DIED 12-23-64 in hosp. at Richmond (later MRs amend as DIED at home on furlough), adm. 11-25-64 to Chim. #2 chronic dysentery, 12-7-64 given 60 day furlough per S.E. Haberchain, surgeon in charge to home in HanCo. where he DIED 12-23-64, X his mark. 

CAWTHORNE, THOMAS W.: Pvt., enl. 2-21-[62) Hanover JSB, 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C. present MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65 except absent 1/2-64 MR detailed as butcher with Capt. Dillingham. 

CHAMBERS, GEORGE W.: Pvt., (or H.), [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr.. present 1 VA Arty MRs 7/8-61 & 1/2-62, trans. 108-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present MRs 9/10-62 until NS 3/4-64 shows WDD Spottsylvania(sic) CH 5-12-64 sent to hosp., 5/6-64 MR shows DIED in G.H. Camp Winder #6 Richmond 6-20-64, GSW neck dangerous, malaria, effects' $17.00= blanket $15 & 1 cap $2, (WHR letter 5-21-64 tells WDD severely through neck). 

CHAPMAN, GEORGE SUEL: Pvt., enl. 10-3-[62] Berkeley JSB 3/w. [trans. 10-8-62 from Page's Go. VLA), present MRs 9/10-62 until MRs 9/12-63 through 1/2-65 show absent left sick at Bunker Hill 7-15-63 on retreat from MD, cap. 7-23-63 in camp hospital, sent from Baltimore, MID 8-22-63 to Fort McHenry, MD to Point Lookout 9-15-63. exch. 2-10-66 rules.](illeg.) 

CHILDRESS, EDWARD W.: Pvt., enl. 3-1-63 Richmond JLE NS, present MRs 3/4-63 until 7/8-64 shows absent confined in guard house-Pickett's Div.. present MRs 9/64-1/65 & 1/2-65, POW Point Lookout, MD released 6-22-65 on OA: res. Richmond, 5' 6", fair complex., ft. brown hair, blue eyes. 

CHILDRESS, FRANCIS S.: Pvt., enl. 3-26-(62) Richmond JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until 3/4-63 shows disch. 3-1-63 by putting in a substitute. 

CLARK, JOHN WILLIAM: Pvt., (born 2-9-43 Unionville, Orange Co.). enl. 3-31-62 Orange CH JSB 3/w, wheelwright), [WIA 6-28-62 Fair Oaks, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, MSS 3463 election near camp Taylor's Batty. for Orange & Greene Go. 3-23-65 hereafter noted as MSS 3463 election, cap. 4-6-65 Harper's Farm, POW from City Point to Point Lookout, MD 4-14-65, released 6-10-65 on OA: res. Orange Co., 5' 7 3/4", florid complex., dk. brown hair, It. blue eyes, (married 1869, issue, member of Orange Co. school board, deacon, died 10-10-1928, bur. Rhoadsville Baptist Church Cem., Orange Co.) 

CLARK, WILLIAM OSCAR: Pvt., enl. 3-31-(62) Orange CH JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], absent sick 9/10-62 MR, present MRs 11/12-62 & 1/2-63, 3/4-63 MR shows disch. for disability. (wdd. June 1862 Chafin's Farm near Richmond by piece of shell to small of back, applied April 1888 at age 54 for pension, res. near Unionville, Orange Go., SIGN., entered LCSH, Richmond 6-26-99 age 67, sent to Staunton Asylum 6-28-1902, died 5-13-1905 at Staunton age 65, bur. Unionville). 

CLAYTON, CLAIBOURN S.: (also Coleman G., Claiboume). teamster, enl. NS, trans. from QM Dept. by Capt. Jones per 11/12-62 MR, but 1/2-63 MR shows sent back to his original company. 

COSIMINI, GIACINTO: Pvt, (also Jacinto), enl. 3-1-[62] Berkeley JSB 3/w, [trans. from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA 10-8-62), present MRs 9/10-62 until 9/12-63 shows DIED at hosp. at Rogersville, TN 8-20-63 liver cancer exhibiting large absess, post mortum at G.H. #3, Lynchburg 9-15-63, receipt shows $23.07 cash and effects worth $68.75. 

COUCHMAN,  JACOB R.: Pvt. to QM Sgt., (born 1837), [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., present MRs 7/8-61 (Cpl.) and 1/2-62 (appt. Sgt. 1-1-62) in 1 VA Arty., trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 7/8-64 on detached service with Lt. Terrel in charge of horses, sent to Pittsylvania Co., present 9/12-64 MR, absent 1/2-65 MR detailed on detached service with Lt. Terrel in charge of horses, paroled 4-19-65 to Winchester. 28 yr., 5'11 ", fair complex.. fair hair, hazel eyes, SIGN., (died 1885, bur. Green Hill Cem., Martinsburg. WV). 

COX, SAMUEL S.: Pvt., [enl. 8-26-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr., present 1 VA Arty. 1/2-62 MR, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Go. VLA), present MRs 9/10-62 until 9/12-63 shows deserted at Bunker Hill in Berkeley Co. 7-14-63.

DAVIS, JOHN: Pvt., born Orange Co., enl. 3-31-(62] Orange CH JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present MRs 9/10-62 until 9/12-63 shows DOD at Gen. Receiving Hosp. (known as Charity Hosp.) Gordonsville 8-1-63 typhoid fever, deceased claims made 9-2-64 by his widow Lucinda Davis, (WDD Wilderness). 

DAVIS, RICHARD R.: Pvt., enl. 3-31-(62) Orange C.H. JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62 J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), absent sick 9/10-62 MR. present MRs 11/12-62 through 1/2-65, MSS 34630 election, SACH Orange Co., (res. Burr Hill, Orange Co. at age 74 in July 1902 applied for pension, noted as being age 73 in May 1900). 

DOOLEY, GEORGE W.: Pvt., enl. 3-22-?? Roanoke JLE 3/w, [trans. 10-8-62 from Page's Go. VLA), present MRs 9/10-62 until 1/2-64 shows taken POW on forage detail 2-12-63 actually cap. (Knoxville, TN 1-24-64 or Mossy Creek, TN 1-27-64) by forces under Maj. Gen. Thomas, sent to Camp Chase, OH 2-7-64, trans. to Louisville, KY 2-11-64, trans. 2-15-64 to Rock Island Barracks, IL rcd. 2-20-64, Barracks 47, adm. Rock Island Prison, USA G.H., Rock Island, IL 11-4-64 and died there 11-6-64 pneumonia, bur. Grave 600. 

DUNN, WILLIAM: Pvt., enl. 6-9-62 Maryland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, (substitute for Alfred S. Woolridge), listed as deserter all MRs in file 9/10-62 through 3/4-63. 

EDLINGTON, LUCIUS: (or Lucas) Pvt., enl. 3-25-[62) Hanover JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present 9/10-62 MR, absent sick 11/12-62 MR, present MRs 1/2-63 through 1/2-65 (noted as having daily duty), (SACH shows Ord. Battn. Hdqtrs. - 1 horse), home HanCo. 

ELLIOTT, WILLIAM T.: Pvt., enl. 3-31-[62) Orange CH JSB war, (trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, 5/6-62 MR shows absent sick adm. Chim.#3 7-2-62 typhoid), absent sick MRs 9/10-62 until present 9/12-63 through 1/2-65, MSS 3463 election, cap. Harper's Farm, Amelia Co. 4-6-65, taken from City Point 4-14-65, released Point Lookout, MD 6-11-65 on OA: res. Greene Co., 5' 11 1/2", It. complex., ft. hair, dk. blue eyes. 

ESKEW, SYLVANUS: Pvt., enl. 5-16-[62) Hanover JLE 3/w, absent sick 9/10-62 MR, present 11/12-62 MR, shows AWOL on MRs 9/12-63 & 1/2-64, shows deserted 9-10-63 on MRs 3/4-64 through 9/64-1/65, (see ALA). 

ESTES, ISAAC M.N. (also N.M.): Pvt., enl., 3-31-[62] Orange JSB 3/w, [trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], absent 9/10-62 MR. present MRs 11/12-62 & 1/2-63, 3/4-63 MR shows DIED 3-5-63 at Mr. Edward P. Woods, Caroline Co. 

EUBANK, HILL CARTER: Pvt. to Cpl., enl. 3-14-[63] Amherst JLE NS, present 3/4-63 MR (first), Cpl. on 3/4-64 MR, absent 7/8-64 MR on 15 day furlough, present MRs 9/12-64 & 1/2-65, (died 1884). 

EUBANK, JOHN LEWIS: Capt., (born Amherst Co.), enl. NS, 12 Battn. Co.C, NS on MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-63, paid for 1 horse $150 on 6-8-62, clothing issued 9-30-63, contemplated resigning fall of 1862 in the Maryland campaign winter rest was no relief so submitted to take immediate effect 3-19-63 SIGN., medical exam certified unfit for service due to urinary disease with chronic diarrhea, general impairment of health 3-18-63, statement by family physician for 12 yrs. Davis H. Tucker in Richmond 3-16-63, resignation approved 3-21-63, paid for his recruiting services at Richmond 3&4/62, later made postmaster of the Army of NoVA, (1870 living in Bath Go., also lived in Rockbridge and Highland Co., died 6-19-1888 Warm Springs, bur. Amherst Co.) 

FARMER, JOSEPH A.: Pvt., enl. 5-13-[62) Henrico JLE 3/w. [trans. 10-8-62 from Page's Co. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65. 

FARRELL, BARRY: Pvt., enl. 5-26-?? Maryland JLE 3 yr., all MRs in file 9/10-62 through 3/4-63 show deserted. 

FAULCONER, BENJAMIN F.: Pvt.. [born 1822 Orange Co.), enl. 3-31-[62) Orange CH JSB 3/w, (farmer, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, treated in Chim.#4 for phthisis and continued fever 8-12---10-22-62), carried as absent sick MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-63 but disch. 8-11-62 [per general condition and development of tubercular consumption, 42, 5' 10", fair complex, brown hair, blue eyes), (married, carpenter, undertaker, died 1874, bur. Massey Family Cem., Orange Co.) 

FAULCONER, JOHN THORTON: Pvt., (born 3-5-1832 Culpeper Co.), enl. 3-31-(62) Orange CH JSB 3/w, (trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present 9/10-62 MR, absent 11/12-62 MR detailed wagoner in Battn. Arty., present 1/2 & 3/4-63 MRs detailed by Capt. P.A. Frank, QM of Battn., extra pay $0.40 rate, teamster in QM Dept., carpenter, present through 1/2-65 noted daily duty for QM Dept.. SACH Orange Co., SIGN. indicated, (married 1854, died 1-17-1913 Culpeper Co.) 

FIGGOT, JOHN CLAY: Pvt., born Amherst Co., enl. 3-22-(62) Amherst JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, farmer, 31, 5' 9", dk. complex., dk. hair, dk. eyes. present MRs 6/10-62 until AWOL 3/4-63 when pay forfeited, present MRs 9/12-63 until absent 1/2-65 given 15 day furlough of indulgence, cap. Fisher's Farm 4-6-65, sent to City Point 4-14-65, POW at Point Lookout, MD released 6-12-65 on OA: res. Amherst, 5' 8", dk. complex., black hair, lt. hazel eyes, SIGN., (1870 living in Rockbridge Co. age 39). 

FLETCHER, MADISON: Pvt., enl. 3-31-[62] Orange CH JSB war, (trans. 10-8-62 from Brown's Go. VLA, disch. per SO 209 H&A of NoVA 10-4-62 (his first MR dated 2-28-3-31-62). absent 5/6-62 MR sent to CSA G.H. Danville 5-11-62 debility trans. to Lynchburg given 30 day furlough chronic bronchitis, sick 3 mo. emaciation & debility home Fordeavesville [sic.) Gordonsville, Orange Go.], absent sick 9/10-62 MR, NS 1/12-62 MR, present 1/2 & 3/4-63 MRs, absent 9/12-63 MR noted sent to hosp. from Lookout Mtn. 10-6-63, trans. to R&W Hosp (GH #9) 12-13-63, furloughed 12-14-63 pneumonia, DIED at home in Orange Co., MRs carry as absent and noted dead on 5/6-64. 

FORD, JOHN T., Jr.: Cpl. to Jr. 2 Lt., enl. 4-16-(62) Goochland JLE 3/w, [trans. 10-8-62 from Page's Co. VLA], absent 9/10-62 MR, present MRs 11/12-62 through 1/2-65 (except NS 1/2-64), S.O. #7 prom. 2-28-65 to date from 1-12-65 from election from Sgt. (since 9/12-63) to Jr. 2 lt.- vacancy caused by death of Jr. 2 Lt. J.E. Taliaferro on 5-18-64 per G.O. 43 (6-13-62) A&IGO duty elected and declared competent by Examining Board, SIGN., home Goochland, SACH ( 1 horse ) Louisa Co.? 

FORTUNE, JOSEPH ANDREW: Pvt., enl. 3-26-[62) Louisa JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until absent 7/8-64 on 15 day furlough, present MRs 9/64-1/65 & 1/2-65, adm. R&W Hosp. (GH #9) 2-5-65, given 15 day furlough, occ. turner on parole issued by L.C. Fowler, Prov. Marshal, at Ashland 6-1-65, POH at Richmond, SIGN. but illeg., (married 1860, issue, per widow Mary F.'s Louisa Go. pension application he died 3-22-1904 near Bumpass). 

FRAZIER, JAMES W.B.: Pvt., (also W.D. and James B.), [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg 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], absent sick 9/10-62 MR, present MRs 11/12-62 until absent 9/12-63 POW (carried so through 1/2-65) taken near Martinsburg/Shephardtown on retreat from MD, confined Mil. Prison at Wheeling, VA (sic] (known as Atheneum Prison) 7-17-63, res. Haysville, Berkeley, occ. railroad hand, 22, 6', dk. complex, black hair, blue eyes. Arrested by Ring Cav. sent to Camp Chase, OH 7-22-63, rcd. at Fort Delaware, DE 3-4-64, released 6-11-65 on OA: 5' 11 1/2'. It. complex., brown hair, grey eyes.

GALLAGHER, FRANCIS: Pvt., also Franklin, (born Ireland), enl. 6-21-21 Winchester EGA 1 yr., [1 VA Arty present 7/8-61 MR (due govt. $2.50 for blanket), absent 1/2-62 sent to G.H. 1-22-62, 2/3-62 MR shows sent to Warrenton Moore Hosp. at G.H. #1 Danville adm. 1-22-62 dysentery, present 5/6-62 MR, adm. CSA G.H. Charlottesville chronic diarrhea trans. to Lynchburg 4-23-62 mucous diarrhea, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], 9/10-62 MR shows deserted in MD circa 9-12-62 and so noted through 3/4-63, taken prisoner at Dam No. 4. PoH 10-18-62 at camp near Pleasant Valley by Army of the Potomac not to be returned or exchanged. Permitted to proceed to & remain in any of the loyal states, X his mark, (living in 1870 age 45, possibly bur. St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Martinsburg, WV). 

GENTRY, SILAS C.: Pvt., enl. 3-31-[62) Orange CH JSB war, [trans. 10-8-62 from Brown's, sent to Warrenton Moore Hosp., at G.H. #1 Danville adm. 1-22-62 dysentery, trans. Chim.#2 continued fever 8-13-62 & 9-30-62, appears on a report of deserters & conscripts arrested and recruits enlisted by 1 Lt. F.M. McMullan Co.D, 4th VA Heavy Arty. at Camp Wappoo 10-31-63 AWOL], absent sick 9/10 & 11/12-62 MRs, present MRs 1/2-63 until 9/12-63 shows absent POW, WDD Gettysburg 7-2-63, left sick at Cashtown, MD, POW 7-5-63 at Fort McHenry, MD, trans. 7-12-63 to Fort Delaware, DE joined US 1 Conn. Cav. Co. G, (also in 1 Independent Co. US Vols. Inf., and Co. F 2 Conn. Heavy Arty., received US invalid pension in 1883 and his wife a US widow's pension in 1917 both from WV - used the alias Henry H. Heoffman), (WHR letter 7-16-63 slightly WIA in wrist and fell into hands of Yankees as did most wounded). 

GOVAN, JAMES: Pvt. to Cpl., born Amherst, enl. 4-1-62 Amherst CH D.G. Waller 3 yr, trans. 3-16-63 from Co. I, 19 VA Inf. (those MRs show NS 3/4-62 & 5/6-62 and present 7/8-62 (11-3-62)], present 3/4-63 MR (Pvt.), 9/12-63 MR (Cpl.) sent to hospital at Rogersville, TN 12-12-63, 1/2-64 MR notes DIED at hosp. at Emory & Henry College, deceased claim dated 3-24-64 by Lucy Ann Govan. 

GOYNE, ROBERT L: Pvt., enl. 3-26-[62) Henrico JLE 3/w, [trans. 10-6-62 from Page's Co. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65 (NS 112-64), SIGN. R.L. Goyne X his mark. 

HALL, ABSALOM W.: Pvt., enl. 3-26-[62] Louisa JLE 3/w, [trans. 10-8-62 from Page's Co. VLA], present MRs 9/10-62 until absent POW 1/2-64 (carded through 1/2-65), cap. on forage detail in TN (Knoxville 1-25-64 or Mossy Creek 1-22-64), rcd. at Camp Chase, OH 2-4-64, forwarded 2-11-64 to Mil. Prison Louisville, KY rcd. 2-11-64, sent 2-15-64 to Rock Island Barracks, IL rcd. 2-18-64, adm. to hosp. 10-21-64 general debility, DOD 11-4-64 tuberculosis Barracks 49, bur. 10 [sic]-4-64 Grave #1597 Confederate Cem. 

HALL, ALEXANDER (ďALEX"): Pvt., enl. 5-1-64 Hanover OBT NS, present 5/6-64 MR, absent 7/8-64 MR detailed teamster for ordnance train of 1st Corps, present 9/12-64 MR, absent 1/2-65 MR detailed teamster on ordnance train of men on duty with QM & Ord. Dept. Arty Ord. Train 1st Corps, SACH so paroled 4-9-65. 

HALL, JAMES T.: Pvt., enl. 8-10-63 Louisa OBT NS, AWOL on MRs 9/12-63 & 1/2-64, present MRs 3/4-64 through 9/12-64 (last). 

HALLORAN, DENNIS 0.: Cpl. to Pvt., enl. 4-4-62 Roanoke JLE, 3/w, [trans. 10-8-62 from Page's Co. VLA], present MRs 9/10-62 until NS 1/2-64 notes sent to hosp. from Bull's Gap, TN 3-1-64, present MRs 5/6-64 through 1/2-65, adm. 6-8-63 G.H. Farmville acute rheumatism rtd. 9-1-63, 9/12-63 MR (Pvt.), SACH Appomattox Co., home Pamphlea, Appomattox Co. 

HARLEY, JAMES: Pvt., (enl. 6-12-61 Harper's Ferry EGA 1 yr., trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), present MRs 9/10-62 until 3/4-63 notes KIA by shell from enemy's guns on 5-12 or 13-63 in the road near Chancellorsville. 

HARLOW, FLEMING W.: Pvt., born Hanover, enl. 3-26-[62) Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, detailed by order of Sec. of War as shoemaker per S.O. 243/6 D&A NoVA-Lee 11-15-62, descr.: shoemaker, 37, dk. complex., dk. hair, lt. eyes, absent all MRs 9/10-62 until 1/2-63 shows DIED (2-19-63 pneumonia, effects $18.50) in G.H.#12 Richmond, SIGN. 

HARRIS, BENJAMIN F.: Pvt., enl. 3-26-[62] Hanover JLE 3/w, [trans. 10-8-62 from Page's Co. VLA), absent sick all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, sent to hosp. 10-62 at Winchester and stayed there until 2-28-65. (portion of file illeg.) 

HARRIS, CHARLES L.:  Pvt., enl. 3-26-[62) Hanover JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until AWOL 9/12-63, present MRs 1/2 & 3/4-64, AWOL 5/6-64 and carried so through 9/64-1/65 (last) noted as AWOL since 8-23-64, PoH 4-23-65 at Ashland to home in HanCo. 

HARRIS, JOHN T.:  Pvt., (born Louisa 6-7-27), enl. 3-26-62 Louisa JLE, 3/w, farmer, reup 2-19-63 at Arty. Camp, Caroline Co. JLE war, [trans. 10-8-62 from Page's Co. VLA), absent MRs from 9/10-62 detailed by order of Sec. of War 8-14-62 in Commissary Dept., Camp Lee 7-1-62 to 2-28-63 ($96 - pay), present MRs 3/4-64 through 1/2-65, descr.: 34, 5' 10", fair complex., ft. hair, lt. eyes, SACH Louisa Co., POH Ashland 4-25-65, SIGN., (married 1857, died 3-20-94). 

HARRIS, WILLIAM J.: Pvt. to Sgt. [sic. as shows Pvt. on all MRs and SACH], enl. 3-26-[62) Goochland JLE 3/w, [trans. 10-8-62 from Page's Co. VLA), present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, SACH paroled POW at Huguenot Springs Hosp. 4-22-65. 

HASHER, CHARLES D.: Pvt., enl. 4-1-[62] Goochland JLE 3/w, [trans. from Page's Co. VLA), present all MRs 9-10-62 through 1/2-65, teamster, cap. Farmville 4-6-65, POW City Point 4-14-65, POW Point Lookout, MD released 6-13-65 on OA: res. Goochland, 6' 1 1/2", dk. complex., black hair, ft. hazel eyes, (1870 living in Goochland age 34). 

HAZARD, CHARLES: Pvt., [enl. 8-14-61 Manassas EGA I yr., present MRs 7/8-61 & 1/2-62 in 1 VA Art. Co. B (Pendleton's Regt.), trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], present all MRs 9/10-62 until 3/4-64 shows DOW 7-7-64 Cold Harbor - bladder, dangerous, MB, adm. R&W Hosp. (GH#9) 6-3-64 trans. Chim.#l 6-5-64, Louisiana Hosp. lists death date as 7-12-64. 

HEDGES, BAILEY S.: Pvt., (born 5-29-39), [6-15-61 Bunker Hill EGA 1 yr., present 1 VA Arty. MRs 7/8-61 (due govt. $4.30 for blanket and pr. shoes and 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 Co., [SIGN. B.S. Hodges], (died 5-26-1906, bur. Green Hill Cem., Martinsburg, WV). 

HENLEY, SAMUEL D.: Pvt., enl. 3-26-[62] Henrico JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, SACH Henrico Co., (1870 living in Henrico age 30). 

HESS, AARON T.: Pvt., (born 9-6-40), [enl. 4-19-61 Martinsburg EGA 1 yr. 1 VA Arty. MRs present 7/8-61 & absent 1/2-62 on 34 day furlough from 2-14-62, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Go. VLA], present MRs 9/10-62 until AWOL 1/2-64, present MRs 3/4-64 through 1/2-65 last notes present sick, cap. Harper's Farm 4-6-65, trans. City Point 6-14-65 to Point Lookout, MD released 6-13-65 on OA: res. Berkeley Co., 5' 6", fair complex., brown hair, ft. blue eyes, (died 9-3-1922, bur. Green Hill Cem., Martinsburg, WV). 

HEWITT, HEZEKIAH L: Pvt., enl. 4-20-[62] Amherst JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, AWOL all MRs 9/10-62 until 3/4-63 shows disch., (1870 living in Amherst age 35).

HICKS, JOHN W.: Pvt., enl. 9-1-6? Louisa OBT NS, absent both MRs 9/10-62 & 1/2-63 detailed at hosp. in Richmond. (married 1875). 

HUTCHINSON, WILLIAM P.: Pvt., enl. 5-13-[62] Henrico JLE NS, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, treated at CSA G.H. Farmville convalescence 6-12-63 rtd. 8-20-63, trans. 2-3-64 from R&W Hosp. to Chim.#l rheumatism rtd. 2-19-64, still in USA Military (Libby) Prison, Richmond 4-10-65. 

ISRAEL, GILBERT T.: Pvt., [enl. 8-25-(61) Winchester 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), present MRs 9/10-62 though 1/2-64 (last), trans. to MD Line S.O. 93/2 on 4-21-64 A&IGO report for duty, SIGN. 

JACOBS, BENJAMIN: Pvt., [enl. B-25-61 Winchester EGA 1 yr., war, 1 VA Arty. present 7/8-61 MR, absent 1/2-62 MR on 34 day furlough from 2-14-62, 5/6-62 MR absent sent to G.H. 5-11-62), trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA, present MRs 9/10-62 until AWOL 9/12-63 & 1/2-64, MRs 3/4-64 through 1/2-65 note absent as POW cap. 1-10-64 on march from Loudon to Knoxville, TN, sent to hosp. sick at Loudon, TN 6-10-64, sent to prison at Camp Chase, OH 2-4-64 trans. 2-11-64 to Louisville, KY for exch., sent to Rock Island, IL 2-15-64, rcd. 2-18-64, DIED [on cars? illeg.) train, bur. Grave #525 South of prison barracks (Confederate Cem.) Rock Island, IL. 

JENNINGS, CHARLES M.: Pvt., enl. 4-20-[62] Amherst JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65; 

JOHNSON, GEORGE F.: Cpl., enl. 6-31-[62] Goochland JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65, SACH Goochland, SIGN. 

JONES, JOHN J.: Pvt., (also John H.), enl. 4-20-[62) Amherst JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, absent sick MRs 9/10-62 through 3/4-63, present MRs 9/12-63 through 5/6-64, AWOL MRs 7/8-64 through 9/64-1/65, extra duty as blacksmith $0.40 extra pay rate. 

JONES, WILLIAM N.: Pvt., enl. 5-14-(62) Botetourt JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 until 1/2-64 shows taken prisoner on forage detail, cap. Mossy Creek/Knoxville, TN 1-22 or 25-64, trans. 2-4-64 to Camp Chase, OH to Louisville, KY 2-11-64, to Rock Island, IL 2-15-64 from Nashville, DOD 3-5-64 pneumonia, bur. Grave #734 Confederate Cem. south of prison barracks. 

KEAN, WILLIAM CALLIS: Sgt., enl. NS Fluvanna JLE or Jos. W. Anderson, 12 Battn. Co.C, present MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-63, 3/4-63 MR disch. for substitute. 3-16-63, served 28 VA, Graham's Co. VLA, (papers at UVA). 

KEYS, JOHN T.: Pvt., (or J.F.), (enl. 1st 5-15-61 Harper's Ferry Capt. R.D. Freeman/EGA 1 yr., or 5-30-61 Alburtis 1 yr., 1 VA Arty. present 7/8-61 MR trans. from Co. D. due govt. $4.30 for blanket and pr. of shoes, adm. Chim. #3 11-22-61 dispepsia rtd. 12-18-61, MRs 1/2 through 5/6-62 show absent sent to G.H. 2-27-62, attached to hospital 5-9-62, extra wages as nurse until 9/62 from 3rd Div. G.H. Camp Winder, Richmond, detailed by Sec. of War 10-12-62, trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA], absent sick 9/10-62 MR (note as sent to hosp. 2-22 or 27-62) shows present 3d Div. G.H. Camp Winder MR but absent sick on hosp. 11/12-62 MR, present hosp. 1/2-63 MR, issued clothing at Camp Winder 3d Div. G.H. 1-14, 2-6, 4-23, & 5-20-63, recommended for clerkship as incapable of performing active duty - plural adhesions from attacks of pneumonia and pleuritis and partial paralysis of left arm, application 3-31-63 to Sec. of Treasury as clerk, cap. Chester Gap, Fauquier Co. 7-21-63, furloughed POW 7-26-63 by Buford's Cav. to Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC trans. Baltimore, MID 8-23-63 then Point Lookout, MD exch. 4-27-64, present MRs 516-64 through 1/2-65, adm. 5-1-64 Chim.#3 debility, SACH Fauquier Co. [SIGN.) 

KINZER, PHILIP F.: Pvt., (2 Lt.of Orange County Home Guards formed 4-22-61 of men under 16 or over 45), enl. 3-31-[62) Orange CH JLE war, [trans. 10-8-62 from Brown's Co. VLA, 5/6-62 MR present extra duty as teamster from 4-19-62], absent sick 9/10-62 MR, present all MRs 11/12-62 through 1/2-65, MSS 3463, SACH Orange Co., (married 1845, 1870 living in Orange age 51, died 11-28-1882 Orange Co., widow Susan E. applied for a pension under 1900 Act). 

KIRBY, CHARLES: Pvt., born Queen Anne's, MD, enl. 4-20-[62) Lynchburg JLE 3/w, 12 Battn. Co.C, absent all MRs 9/10-62 through 1/2-65 per S.O. 243/6 dated 11-15-62 D&A NoVA-Lee, detailed by Sec. of War as shoemaker to Capt. L. Putney at Richmond government shoe shop, pay rate $3/day, per enlist.: shoemaker, 34, 6' 2", dk. complex., dk. hair, It. eyes, clothing issued 12-31-62 & 10-17-64, SIGN., see 2 Battn. VA Inf. Local Defense, (detailed record of shoemaker service see VSL folder re: 12 Battn. Co.C). 

KNIGHTON, ROBERT T.: Pvt., enl. 4-5-(62) Orange JSB 3/w, (trans. 10-8-62 from J.S. Brown's Co. VLA), absent sick MRs 9/10 & 11/12/62, present MRs 1/2 & 3/4-63, absent sick 9/12-63 MR sent to hospital 7-26-63, 516-64 MR shows present but? MRs 7/8-64 through 1/2-65 show absent sick since 5-15-63.

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