Powhatan Light Artillery

Roster A-K

AMOS, WILLIAM J.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sick fur. 20 days Feb. 1862. Sick fur. 12 days from Aug. 12, 1862. Gen. Hos. #1, May 1, 1863. 48 hour pass, returned to camp Jan. 2, 1864. Captured on retreat from Richmond, paroled at Manchester, May 1, 1865.

 

ARCHER, EDWARD C.: Occ. surgeon. Enl. Aug. 8, 1862 at Pow. for war. Detailed as hos. Steward with Regt. Dec. 1862. POW July 5, 1863 at Gettysburg. Sent to Ft. Del. between July 7-17, 1863. Trans. to Pt. Lookout Oct. 13, 1863. Exchanged Mar. 17, 1864. Chim. Hos. #5 May 28, 1864, trans to Chim- Hos. #2 May 30, 1864, employed as nurse due to Hypertrophy of heart. Detailed at Chim. Hos. #2 July 1, - Nov. 14, 1864 with "VaIvular disease of heart." Died 1891.

 

ARCHER, EDWARD M.: (Also Archer, E. W.) Enl. Dec. 18, 1864 at Henrico for war, ent. to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865 with one horse. Died Feb. 14, 1906 in Manchester, bur. Maury Cem.

 

ARCHER, RICHARD F.: Born May 27, 1842. Enl. Apr. 19, 1861 at Norfolk for 1 year. Trans. from Co. A 12" Regt. Va. Vols. Sept. 10, 1863, reported shortly there after, Chim. Hos. #4 Mar. 29, 1864 with Gonorrhoea. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865 with one horse. D. July 7, 1903, buried Manakin Epis. Ch., Pow. Co. (Also see 12" Va. Inf.)

 

ASTON, JOHN W.: Ent. Mar. 17, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, ent. to bounty. Sent to hos. July 24, 1864 with "Remot fever." Fur. 40 days from Hos. beginning Aug. 9, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 65. Bur. Fine Creek Bap. Ch., Pow. Co., no dates.

 

ATKINSON, PATRICK H.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Chim. Hos. #5 May 10,' 62 with "Debility." Fur. as reenlisted man Feb. 1862. Fur. 30 days Apr. 1864. Rec. and Wayside Hos. May 27, 1864 to Chim. Hos. #3 with Diarrhoea May 28 - June 15, 1864. Detailed with horses in N.C. Dec. 1864. Captured on retreat from Rich., paroled at Manchester Apr. 24, 1865.

 

ATKINSON, R. C.: (Possibly Atkinson, Robert K.) NFR.*

 

ATKINSON, ROBERT K.: Sgt., Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Detailed to aid in enrolling conscripts June 1862. Promoted to Sgt. from ranks Aug. 25, 1862. Sick fur. 30 day from Nov. 10, 1862, returned by June 1863. Absent in charge of wagon train Dec, 1863. Absent "on duty" from June - Sept 1864. Detailed with Asst. Q.M. to supervise baling of hay Oct. - Dec. 1864. Captured on retreat from Rich., paroled Apr. 26, 1865. Died Aug. 11, 1887, age 58.

 

BAGBY, JAMES D.: 1 ~ Lt.- Enl. As 1st Lt, July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. 10 day leave of absence from Jan. 10, 1862. Present through Feb. 1862. Resigned 1862.

 

BAGBY, JOHN ROBERT: 1st Lt.- Born Dec. 7, '33. Occupation Baptist Minister. Enl. As Sgt. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. AWOL Dec. 1861. On detached service Feb. 1862. Promoted by election to Jr. 1st Lt. May 17, 1862. Detailed to go after absentees Feb. 1863- Fur. 15 days from Oct. 27, 1863. Detailed as Asst. Q.M. for the Battalion June 1864. In command of Co. from late 1864 until parolement at Appomattox C.H., Apr. 1865. Doctor of Divinity after war. Died Feb. 22, 1915, buried Mt. Moriah Bapt. Ch., Pow. Co. Applied for pension from VA May 1, 1914, age 80.

 

BAGBY, RICHARD HUGH: (Also Bagley, R. H.) Wife Mary B. Bagby. Graduated Columbian Coll, Washington D.C., 1839. Occ. Minister, pastor Brunington, Va. 1842 - 1870. Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr 1865 with horse belonging to E. W. Finch. Res. In Harris Co., TX after Apr. 17, 1877. Died Mar. 23, 1913, Huff's Co. TX.

 

BAGWELL, WILLIAM H.: Enl. Mar. 15, 1862 at Rich. for war. Detailed to assist Comm. with Capt. Venable at Milford Station Dec,  30, 1862. Extra duty Dec. 31, 1862 - Apr. 1863. Appointed Comm. Sgt- (still listed as Pvt. In muster role) with Capt. Armstrong May 1863 through at least Dec 1864. Wounded in Chesterfield Co. On retreat from Rich. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Alive in 1887. Member A. P. Hill Camp, CV, Petersburg, 1915.

 

BAILEY, GEORGE W.: Sgt., Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Promoted to Sgt. Aug. 25, 1862. "Entitled to bounty having been kept in service," Oct. 1862. Fur. 15 days from Oct. 31, 1863. Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. Oct. 24. Died of pneumonia at hos. Oct. 26, 1864.

 

BALL, BERNARD WILLIAM "BUNNY": Cpl.- Ent. July 1, 1863 at Gettysburg PA for war, entitled to bounty. Wounded at Ft. Harrison. Promoted to Cpl. Oct. 26, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Age 45 in 1890.

 

BARTLETT, GEORGE: (Also Bartley, George) (Also see 1' Va. Art.) Enl. May 29, 1861 at Williamsburg for I year. Trans. from Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862. Sent to rear Apr. 1864. Chim. Hos. #4 Oct. 21, 1864 with "Ulcer leg." NFR

 

BASS, HERBERT: NFR.*

 

BASS, WILLIAM E.: Born June 27, 1846. Enl. Apr. 12, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Died Oct. 28, 1926. Bur. Mt. Hermon Bapt. Ch.

 

BEVERLY, P. COX: Cpl., (see Cox, Beverly)

 

BINFORD, ROBERT ELIAS: 1st Lt., Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865 as "1st Lt. Powhatan Art." NFR.

 

BOATWRIGHT, WILLIAM B.: Ent. July 23, 1862 at Pow. For war. Sent to hos. At Gordonsville Sept. 1, 1862, returned by Jan 1863. Wounded at Libby's Hill, Chancellorsville, and Gettysburg. Gen. Hos. #9 Aug. 19, 1864 to Chim. Hos. #5 with "Right Groin Flesh wound." Trans. to private res. In Pow. Co, Oct. 7, 1864 with 60 day fur. Captured on retreat from Rich, paroled May 3, 1865 at Manchester.

 

'BOWLES, GILES: NFR.*

 

BOWLES, SAMUEL B.: Ent. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. POW July 5, 1863 at Waterloo. Sent to Ft. Del. Between July 7 - 12, 1863. Trans. to Pt. Lookout Oct. 1863. Exchanged Apr. 24, 1864. Chim. Hos. #3 May 16, 1864, 60 day fur. With "Diarrhoea ch." and Scorbutus Captured in retreat from Rich., paroled at Dove Mines, May 1, 1865. Buried in Muddy Creek Bapt. Ch., Pow. Co.

 

BOWLES, WILLIAM B.: Enl. Apr. 11, 1862 at Louisa C.H. for war. Sick fur. June 1862. Detailed as driver with Q.M. July 26 - Dec. 1863. Driver for Asst. Q.M. Jan. through at least Dec. 1864. Extra duty pay as teamster May June 1864. Captured on retreat from Rich, paroled at Dove Mines May 1, 1865.

 

BRAGG, WILLIAM. W.: Cpl. (Also Bragg, W. M.) Enl. July 16, 1861. at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Promoted to Cpl. by Nov. 1862. Wounded at Gettysburg, POW July 5, 1863 at Waterloo or South W. Sent to Ft. Del. Between July 7 -12, 1863. Returned to Batt. by Nov, 1863 Fur. 30 day from Apr, 1864 Wounded in action Sept. 19, 1864. Chim. Hos., fur. from hos. 40 days from Oct. 22, 1864 Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865 with 1 horse.

 

BRENT, W. E.: Enl. Dec. 6, 1864 at Henrico for war, ent. To bounty. NFR.

 

BROWNING, RICHARD J.: Enl. Jan. 22, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war. NFR. 

BRUCE, WILLIAM W.: Cpl., Buried in a private Cem., "Parson's Plantation," Goochland Co. NFR.* 

BUST, SILAS: NFR.* 

CHAPMAN, H. C.: Enl. May 1861 at Roanoke Co. For 1 year. 'This man was transferred to this Co. from Capt. Hupp's Co. the 25 Dec. 1862 & on the same day was discharged having furnished an acceptable substitute." (Also see Capt. Griffin's Co., Va. Lt. Art.)

 

CLARKE, WILLIAM H.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Detailed to special duty at Rich. Oct. 1861. Discharged June 1862 on Cent. of Disability.

 

COCKE, RICHARD IVANHOE: Lt., Born Aug. 13. 1820, "Clover Pasture," Pow. Co. Attended William and Mary 1838 - 39, studied law and politics. Occ. lawyer, res. Jefferson. Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Absent on fur. Aug, 1861, resigned Aug, 1861. NFR. Died Aug. 30, 1873, Blandville, KY. 

COLE, CALEB: Enl. Dec. 4, 1864 at Henrico for war, ent. To bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865 

COOK, ANDERSON: Enl. May 20, 1861 at Williamsburg for war. Trans. From Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862. On Provost Guard Duty Dec. 1863. Detailed as teamster with Asst. O.M., Capt. Christian from Jan. through at least Dec, 1864. (Also see 1st Va. Art.) NFR. 

COOK, WILLIAM: (Possibly Cook, Anderson.) NFR.* 

CORR, MORTIMER F.: Res. Pow. Co. Age 19 in 1865 Occ. Miller. Enl. Mar. 23, 1864 at Hanover for war, ent. to bounty. Detailed to cut clover July - Aug, 1864. Chim. Hos. #2 Dec, 1864. Took Amnesty Oath Apr. 27, 1865. 

CORR, WILLIAM F.: (Possibly Corr, Mortimer F.) NFR.* 

COSBY, LUDWELL W.: Res. Pow. Co. 5 ft. 7 in; light comp; hair brown,; eyes hazel. Enl. Mar. 17, 1862 in Rich for war. Sick fur. From Huegenot Springs Oct. 4, 1862 C.S.A. Gen. Hos. Charlottesville with "Debilitas," trans to Gen. Hos. Lynchburg Feb. 8, 1863. Sent to hos. Sept. 18, 1863. Detailed to guard corn, then AWOL Apr. 1864. Detailed to cut clover June 1864. Absent cutting hay July -Aug. 1864. Captured at Burkeville, Apr. 6, 1865, sent to city point then to Pt. Lookout. Released after taking Oath of Allegiance June 24, 1865. 

COSBY, WILLIAM: (Possibly Cosvly, Ludwell W.) NFR.* 

COX, BEVERLY D.: Cpl., Born Henrico Co., res. Rich. Enl. Sept. 12, 1861 at Rich. for 1 year. Gen. Hos, Rich. Dec. 1861 - July 1862. Wounded in mouth at Ft. Harrison Sept. 29, 1864, "The missle, a conical ball, entered the right side of the face, below the middle of the zygoma, and passed out the posterior edge of the symphsis of the chin. Secondary haemorrhage occurred, which was arrested by compression Oct. 30, 1864, good prospect of recovery. Promoted to Cpl. same day, age 25. Chim. Hos. #2 Oct. 11 - Nov. 11, 1864, 60 day fur. to Pow. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865 with one horse. Died Jan. 18 1919, age 76, buried in Hollywood Cem., Rich.

 

CRALLE, JAMES T.: Cpl.- Enl. As Cpl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Fur. as reenlisted man Feb. 1862. Sick fur. June 1862. Killed in fighting near Chaffin's Bluff Sept. 29, 1864.

 

CRALLE, ROBERT G.: Sgt.- Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sick fur. 30 days Feb, 1862. Promoted to Sgt. May 17, 1862. Discharged Aug. 18, 1862 under Conscription Act, over 35 and not reenlisting. Age 76 in 1898. Died Jan. 28, 1919, bur. Pow. Co.

 

CRALLE, WILLIAM C.: Enl Apr. 16, 1861 at Dinwiddie for 1 year. "Was in Hospl. when his Co. was transferred to 53 Regt. He was sent to this Co. By Col. Shields he having reenlisted with that understanding." Detailed to go after horses. Oct. 1863. Absent on 48 hour pass July 20, 1864. Fur. Dec. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. 

CRALLEM, TURNAN: NFR.* 

CULLUCK, H. M.: (Probably McCulloch, Hugh.) NFR. 

CUNIDRY, JAMES T.: Killed at Ft. Harrison. NFR. *

 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN ATKINSON: Born 1846. 1st cousin of John Miller Cunningham. Attended Macon School in Pow. Enl. June 5, 1864 at Hanover for war ent. to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Died 1897.

 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN MILLER: 1st Lt.- Born 1843, Pow. Co. Occ. farmer, Cadet at Virginia Military institute 18611862, ranked 33" in class. Drill master for recruits in Rich from Apr. 22, 1862. Enl. Sept. 28, 1861 at Rich. For 1 year, elected 1st Lt. Sick fur. Aug. 1862. Detailed to go after recruits and absentees June 1863. Detailed to take horses to Gordonsville Oct. 1863. Chim. Hos. #4 July 5, 1864, trans. To Gen. Hos. July 6 with bronchitis. Left Co. after fall of 1864 due to "severe shock" resulting from fighting near Ft. Harrison, Sent to private quarters Dec. 6, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Res. after war, Brandy Va., occ. farmer. Died July 17, 1938 at his home near Brandy Station, age 96.

 

CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM BERKLEY: Q.M. Sgt. (Also Cunningham, Willie) Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Fur. April 16, 1862 from Huguenot Springs. Sick fur. Oct, 1861 -Feb. 1862. Detailed with Q.M. at Gen. H.C. June 1862. Detailed as O.M. Sgt. With Pendleton's Corps Oct. 1862 - May 1863. O.M. Sgt. for Col. Nelson's Batt. June through at least Oct. 1864. Fur. from Huguenot Springs Feb. 6, 1864. Absent, detailed as O.M. Sgt. For Nelson's Batt. Dec. 1864. Captured on retreat from Rich., paroled May 20, 1865 at Dover Mines. Joined R. E. Lee Camp, CV, Rich. 1891, age 50. Occ. clerk, res. Rich. Member of James F. Preston Camp, CV. Christiansburg 1893.

 

DANCE, POWHATAN S.: Born 1834. Brother of Willis J. Dance. Medical doctor, attended Hampden-Sydney, U.Va., and Univ. of PA. Practiced medicine in Pow. until he moved to FL. Died 1898, bur. at the "Homestead" in Pow. Co. NFR.*

 

DANCE, WILLIS JEFFERSON: Capt., Born June 21, '21. Attended Hampden-Sydney and U.Va. In 1837 -1838. Occ. lawyer, Commonwealth Atty. for Pow. Co., Elder in Mt. Carmel Presbyterian Ch, Pow. Member of the Masons. Enl. July 16, 1861 as Capt. at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Recommended for a position of "Judge Advocacy of one of the Army Courts," Nov. 1862. Wounded in shoulder at Ft. Harrison near Chaffin's Bluff Sept. 29, 1864. Rec. and Wayside Hos. #9 Oct. 16, 1864 with Dr. Garnett. Sick fur. Oct. 28, 1864 to home of Dr. Garnett. Sent to Gen. Hos., Huguenot Springs Dec. 7, 1864 fur. to his home. "Capt. Dance is a most intelligent, gallant, and deserving officer," Col. Pendleton Dec. 26, 1864. Promoted to Maj. 1865 Mar. 1, 1865 while at home, Paroled at Farmville between Apr. 11 - 21, 1865. House of Delegates from Pow. Co. '77 -79. Applied for Confederate pension 1882. Died Feb. 13 '87, buried in the Dance Family Cem., "Homestead", in Pow.

 

DANIEL, RANSOM: (Also Ransom, Daniel) Enl. Mar. 7, 1862 at Rich. For war. Fur. 30 days from Jan. 30, 1863. Sick fur., 40 days from Apr. 14, 1863. Detailed as driver for Q.M. Oct, 1863 - Apr. 1864. Detailed as teamster with Q.M. May- Sept. 1864. Extra duty pay as a teamster Apr-May 1864. Detailed as teamster for Capt. Christian, Asst. Q.M. Oct. 1864. NFR.

 

DAVID, R.: (Possibly Daniel, Ransom.) NFR.* 

DAVID, RANSON: (Possibly Daniel, Ransom.) NFR.* 

DAVIS, BENJAMIN F.: Born about 1836, Pow. Co. Married sister of William H. Mann. Enl. July 25, 1862 at Pow. for war. Detailed as driver for Ord. Wagon with Capt. Hardy May 31, 1863 - Dec. 1864. Captured during retreat from Rich, paroled May 1, 1865. Alive in 1887. Buried Red Lane Bapt. Ch., Pow. Co.

DAVIS, D. F.: (Possibly Davis, Benjamin F.) NFR.* 

DEARAN, BEN: (Possibly Davis, Benjamin F.) NFR.* 

DENOON, JOHN JEFFERSON: (Also Denon, John J.) Born Aug. 7, 1820. Brother of Charles Denoon, 4th Va. Inf. (See Charlie's Letters, by R. T. Couture.) Enl. Nov. 12, 1863 at Pow. for war. AWOL Apr. 1864. Deserted to enemy May 11 1864. Died Aug. 5, '97.

 

DODD, WILLIAM F.: Sgt., Enl. May 20, 1861 at Williamsburg for 1 yr. Trans from Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862 as Sgt, reduced to Pvt. at time of trans. Sent to hos. In Winchester Oct. 1862. Listed at hos. through Dec. 1864. (Also see 1st Va. Art.) NFR.

 

DORSET, SAMUEL T. B.: (Also Dorsett, Samuel B.) Enl. July 23, 1863 at Pow. for war. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865.

 

DORSETT, WILLIAM CARY: Born 1835. Temporarily assigned, paroled Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Died 1912. Bur. Mt. Hermon Bapt. Ch., Chesterfield Co. NFR. *

 

DRAKE, WILLIAM B.: Enl. Feb. 10, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, ent. to bounty. Sent to Rec. and Wayside Hos. May 30, 1864, trans. to Chim. June 3, returned by Sept. 1864. Paroled Appo. C.H. Apr. 65.  Alive in TX 1920.

 

DRUEN, JAMES BEVERLY: (Also Drewei, J. B. and Drum, J. B.) Born Cumberland Co. Enl. Mar. 17, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, ent. to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Res. Of Henrico Co., 1904. Died Apr. 26, 1920 in Henrico, age 74. Bur. Oakwood Cem. Rich.

 

EANES, JOHN HENRY: (Also as Eames, John H. and Eans, J. H.) Enl. Jan. 23, 1864 at Fredericksburg for war, received bounty. Detailed with horses in N.C. Dec. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Buried in Muddy Creek Bapt. Ch., Pow. Co.

 

EDDINGS, ALFRED B.: (Also as Eddins) From Orange Co. P.O.W.- paroled May 17, 1865 at Louisa C.H. 

EDDINGS, HENRY: (Also as Eddins) Enl. Dec. 10, 1862 at Caroline Co. For war. Present through Dec. 1864. NFR. 

ELLINGTON, FLOYD A.: Enl. July 16, 1861 for 1 year at Pow. C.H. Absent 4 days furlough Aug. 1861. Absent on sick fur. July 1862, returned by Sept. 1862. Detailed to asst. blacksmith of regt. Aug 1863. Sent to Wayside Hos. (Gen. Hos. #9) for 32 day with "Fevery Typhoids." Absent on sick fur. Dec. 1863, returned by Apr. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Res. of Chesterfield Co., 1904.

 

ELLINGTON, JOHN W.: Enl. Oct. 9, 1862 for war at Prince Edward Co. Enrolled as a conscript. Sent to C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Farmville, Va. May 13, 1863 for 10 days with "Chr. Diarrhoea." Returned to duty Aug. 11, then received 15 days furlough to Rice's Depot, Prince Edward Co. For 15 days due to "Ch. Dysentery." Paroled at Appo.C.H. Apr. 1865.

 

ELLINGTRON, WILLIAM C.: Enl. Aug. 26, 1863 for war at Pow. Sent to hos. Oct. 22, 1863 for 30 days with "Diarrhoea Ch.", returned by Apr. 1864. Admitted to Chim. Hos. #4 with "Debility." Captured during retreat from Richmond, paroled at Manchester Va., Apr. 26, 1865. D. Dec. 17, '97, age 55, buried at Maury Cem., Rich. 

EVANS, ABNER P.: Enl. July 16, 1861 for 1 year at Pow. C.H. Died at home Dec. 9, 1861. 

EVANS, RICHARD A.: teamster for 1st Va. Arty.- Enl. May 1, 1861 for 1 year. Reenlisted Sept. 28, 1862 for war at Yorktown. Absent on sick fur. for 6 weeks from Nov. 10, 1862. At Scoftesville Gen. Hos. From Jan. Through Aug. 1863. AWOL Oct. 1863, but later given extra duty pay "on account of Physical Disability and assigned Duty or Guard at Commissary Dept." Detailed as driver for Q.M. Dec. 1863 with Capt. Christian. Captured during the retreat from Rich., took parole May 4, 1865 at Dover Mines.  

 

FARISS, EDWARD H.: Enl. Mar. 7, 1862 at Richmond for war. 6 ft. light complexion, grey eyes.  Died in Rich. Dec. 22, 1862 of wounds received at the Battle of Fredericksburg. Bur. Siddon's Cem., Pow. Co.

 

FARISS, EDWIN A.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Born in Powhatan Co., age 38; 5 ft., 10 in., light complexion, grey eyes, brown hair. Sent to hos. Oct. 25, 1861. Discharged Dec. 28, 1861, on certificate of disability, over age for service.

 

FARISS, PHILIP HILL: Enl. July 16, 1861 for 1 year at Pow. C.H., entitled to bounty. Deserted Aug. 25, 1861.  Returned and fully reinstated with pay. Discharged Nov. 1861 but present again for duty by May 1862. Sent to Gen. Hos. #8 in Rich. Jan. 6, 1863, admitted to Chim. Hos. #1 Feb. 18, sent to C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Farmville, Va. Mar. 10, 1863 with a hernia, returned to duty Apr. 24, 1863. Admitted to Chim. Hos. #3 Dec. 24, 1863, fur. for 30 days from Jan. 17, 1864 with "Hernia and Diarrhoea." Considered AWOL by June 1864

 

FARISS, WILLIAM WALLACE: Enl. May 25, 1861 for 1 year at Pow. C.H. Trans. from Co. E., 4th Va. Cav. Aug. 11, 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

FARLEY, ABNER D.: Enl. Sept. 15, 1864 for war, entitled to bounty. Admitted to hos. in Rich. Nov. 2, 1864 for "Org. dis. heart," fur. Nov. 19, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

FAULKNER, CHARLES JAMES: Born Sept. 21, 1847 at "Boydsville," near Martinsburg (now WV). Attn. Schools in Pads and Switzerland. Served on staff of Generals Breckinridge and Wise at Appo. C.H., Apr, 1865. Attn. V.M.I. in 1867. U. Va., class of 1868. Postwar occ. lawyer, judge, U.S. Senator. Died Jan 13, 1929. NFR

 

FINCH, EDWARD WILSON: Enl. Mar. 25, 1864 for war at Frederick Hall, entitled to bounty. Captured during retreat from Richmond, paroled May 3, 1865 at Dover Mines. Died 1924.

 

FINCH, EDWARD WILSON: (Possibly Fariss, Edward H. or Farich, Edward W.) NFR. Attn. V.M.I. 1867. Physician postwar. Died Apr. 3, 1924. *

 

FLOURNOY, ROBERT CHAMBERS: Born Dec. 16, 1845, Pow. Co. Enl. Jan. 20, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Absent on sick fur. May through Aug. 1864. Admitted June 29, 1864 to Chim. Hos. #4 with 'Vacciniae." Admitted Sept. 30, 1864 to Chim. Hos. #4 for wound in right thigh, returned to duty Oct. 17, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865 with one horse. Died Nov. 20, 1929 at Soldier's Home in Rich.

 

FORD, JOHN J.: Born Chesterfield Co., res. Vontay, VA. Enl. Sept. 3, 1863 at Rich. for war, entitled to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H- Apr, 1865.. Died Jan. 3, 1929, age 81, buried in Hollywood Cem., Rich.

 

FORLINES, JOHN: Enl. Aug. 26, 1863 at Pow. Sent to hos. Oct. 28, 1865. Absent on 60 days sick fur. from Dec. 1 1865. Captured during retreat from Richmond, paroled Apr. 25, 1865 at Manchester. 

FOWLER, CLIFFORD THOMAS: courier, Enl. July 23, 1862 at Pow. for war. Detailed courier for Col Brown Nov. 15, 1863 through Apr, 1864. Detailed as courier for Gen. Long May 1864 until Sept. 1864. Then courier for HQ. Arty. " Cps. ANV through Nov. 30 1864. NFR. 

FURLINIS, JOHN W.: (Possibly Forlines, John) NFR.*

 

GALLOWAY, WALTER L.: Enl. Nov. 8, 1864 at Henrico Co. For war, entitled to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865.

 

GARENT, BEN: NFR.*

 

GARRETT JUS. W.: (Also Garrett, John W.) Born Dec. 23, 1847. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. NFR.

 

GAY, A.: (Possibly Gay, James) Paroled Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. NFR. *

 

GAY, JAMES: Enl. Dec. 25, 1862 at Caroline for war. AWOL Dec. 1862, deserted at camp near Grace Church, Dec. 27, 1862. NFR.

 

GIDDINGS, HENRY: NFR.*

 

GIDDINGS, WILLIAM A.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Died July 25, 1862 at Moore Hos., Manassas Junction, Va of Typhoid Fever.

 

GODSEY, JAMES: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sick with measles, fur. Oct. *61. NFR. Died Jan., 4, 1919, age 72, in Rich.

 

GOODE, CORNELIUS ADDISON: (Also Good, C. A.) Paroled at Appo. C.H., Apr, 1865. NFR. Res. Of Mt. Hermon, Chesterfield Co. Died July 19, 1922 in Rich., bur. Mt. Hermon Bap. Ch. Cem.

 

GOODE, DANIEL B.: Enl. Jan. 20, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

GORDON, THOMAS H.: Enl. July 16, 1865 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Absent on sick fur. from Oct. 1861. Discharged Dec. 20, 1861 on Surgeon's Certificate of Disability. Present again Jan, 1863. POW July 4, 1863 at Baffle of Gettysburg, held at Ft. Delaware and exchanged July 31, 1861. Admitted to Gen. Hos., Petersburg, Va. on Aug. 8, 1863 with diarrhoea. Trans. to Amelia C.H. Aug. 14, 1863. Returned to duty by Sept. 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865.

 

GORDON, THOMAS M.: (Also Gordon, Thomas W.) Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Absent on sick fur. from July 1862, returned by Feb, 1863. AWOL from Oct. 1863, returned by Dec, 1863. Detailed with horses in NC Dec, 1864. Paroled Apr. 25, 1865 near Burkeville Junction, Va.

 

GUERRANT, BENJAMIN PETER: Enl. July 23, 1862 at Rich. for war. Sent to hos. Oct. 8, 1863. Sent to Chim. Hos. #1 Mar. 5-15 with "Debility." Fur. Dec. 23, 1864 for 40 days with "Enferic Fever." Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Age 86 in 1928. Died June 3, 1931, bur. in Arvonia Mem. Cem., Buckingham Co.

 

GUY, ADOLPHUS: Enl. June 5, 1861 at Yorktown, trans. from Capt. Coke's Co, Oct. 6, 1863 to Dance's Bat. Wounded May 12, 1864 in left foot, sent to Chim. Hos. #3 May 16-Aug 30, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 1st Va Art. and 32nd Va. Art.)

 

GUY, SAMUEL: NFR*

 

HAMILTON, JOHN L.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sick with measles Aug. 1861. Sent to hos. in Richmond Oct, 1861. Died Dec. 9, 1861 in Rich.

 

HANCOCK, BEVERLY AUGUSTUS: Born Chesterfield Co. Sept. 18, 1847. Enl. Dec. 22, 1864 at Henrico Co. For war, entitled to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Postwar Occ. lawyer, Commonwealth's Attorney, Chesterfield Co. Judge, farmer, Superintendent of Schools. Buried in Maury Cem., Rich. Died Jan. 24, 1904.

 

HASKINS, DANIEL WEISIGER: Enl. Apr. 25, 1864 at Barboursville for war, entitled to bounty. Wounded in left thigh near Chaffin's Farm Sept. 9, 1864. Sent to Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. Left leg amputated Oct. 3, 1864; discharged Nov. 10, 1864.

 

HATCHER, JOHN HENRY: Born Mar. 29, 11540. Cumberland Co. Enl. Mar. 7, 1862 at Rich. for war. Discharged Mar. 31, 1863 having furnished a substitute. Died Dec. 10, 1910. (Also see Co. G, 3rd Va. Cav.)

 

HENNING, GEORGE H.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for I year. Absent on 21 day sick fur. Feb, 1862. Detailed Comm. Sgt. For Regt. July 6, 1863 (not official promotion). Absent on 30 days fur, returned to duty May 1, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

HENNING, THOMAS S.: Enl. Oct. 31, 1863 for war. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

HICKMAN, SAMUEL: Enl. May 13, 1861 at Yorktown. Transferred from Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862. Wounded at Darbytown, "Gun shot wound of both thighs Sept. 29, 1864. Admitted to Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. Oct. 19, "doing tolerably well- Severe chill 20th." Right leg amputated Oct. 23, 1864. Surgeon's description of wounds, W.S. 4 Balls 1 Entered R. thigh inner side Mid 3d passing downwards lodging in knee joint, frac. & comminuting of bone severing popliteal space. 2nd entered left thigh lower 3d outer side. 3rd making flesh wound in groin Left side. 4 making flesh wound at two fingers left hand." Died of wounds Oct. 23, 1864.  (Also see 1st Va Art.) 

HICKS, LAFAYETTE: Enl. Aug 31, 1861 for 1 year at Pow. C.H. Discharged Nov. 18, 1861. 

HICKS, RICHARD F.: Enl. Mar. 31, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Admitted to Chim. Hos. #1 for Dysentery Nov. 8, 1864. Absent on 60-day sick furlough from Nov. 24, 1864 to Fluvanna Co. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. 

HINES,             : NFR* 

HOLOMAN, JOHN H.: Cpl., Enl. July 16, 1861 for 1 year at Pow. C.H. Sent to Gen. Hos., Rich. Dec, 1861, returned by Aug. 1862. Promoted to Cpl. Dec, 1862. Paroled Apr. 25, 1865 at Manchester. 

HOLWAU, JUS. A.: Killed at Ft. Harrison. NFR.* 

HOPKINS, ROBERT J.: Enl. July 16, 1861 for 1 year at Pow. C.H. Died in Rich. Jan. 20, 1862 of typhoid fever at Gen. Hos. #18 (formerly Greaner's Hos.) 

HOWARD, H. C.: Enl. Nov. 1, 1864 at Henrico for war, entitled to bounty. 

HOWARD, JOHN CLARK: (Also Howard Jas. C.) Captured in retreat from Rich., took parole at Rich. Apr. 22, 1865. (Possible that H. C. Howard and John C. Howard are the same man.) Died 1925.

 

HUBBARD, LEPRON: Enl. May 13, 1861 at Yorktown for 1 year. Absent on 20 day fur. from Feb. 13, 1863. AWOL from Apr. 1863, considered a deserter by Oct, 1863. Deserted at Bowling Green, Va. (Also see 1st Va Art.)

 

HUDGENS, HENRY C.: Enl. July 23, 1862 at Rich. for war. Sent to Hos. Dec. 22, 1862, returned to duty June 1863. Absent on 30 days sick fur. from Aug 22, 1863 through Dec. 1863. "Sent to Rear" Apr, 1864. Admitted to C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Farmville May 3, 1864 with "Ascites," chronic diarrhoea and pneumonia; fur. for 60 days on June 21, 1864, returned to duty by Aug. 1864. Detailed to Med. Dept. Oct 1864 as ambulance driver. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. 

HUGHES,-: NFR. 

JACKSON, JOHN: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sick with measles Aug. 1861. Died Oct. 16, 1861. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM A.: Enl. July 23, 1862 at Pow. Co, for war. Detailed to assist blacksmith from Apr, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

JENKINS, LITTLEBERRY W.: Enl. Mar. 17, 1862 for war at Rich. POW July 4, 1863 at Gettysburg, sent to Ft. Delaware July 9, 1865. Sent to Hammond U.S.A. Gen. Hos. With Chronic Rheumatism Nov. 1863- July 1864. Exchanged Feb. 24, 1865, sent to Gen. Hos. Camp Winder, Rich. Mar. 1865. Paroled at Manchester, Va May 1, 1865.

 

JENNINGS, JAMES E.: Cpl., Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Promoted to Cpl. Dec, 1862. Wounded in action at New Market Heights, wounds "extensive over stomach and chest." Sent to Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. Aug. 16, 1864; fur. for 60 days Aug. 20. Paroled with horse at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

JENNINGS, JOHN HENRY: Enl. Mar. 17, 1862 at Rich. for war. Captured during retreat from Richmond, paroled at Manchester Apr. 26, 1865. Died 1881.

 

JENNINGS, JOSEPH SAMPSON: Enl. Mar. 12, 1864 at Frederick Hall, Louisa Co. for war, entitled to bounty. Wounded at Libby Hill Dec. 1864 detailed with horses to N.C. Paroled at Appomattox C.H., Apr, 1865. Died Feb. 6, 1917, age 70, in Pow. Co., bur. Red Lane Ch. Cem.

 

JESTER, JOHN Y.: Enl. June 21, 1861 at Williamsburg, trans. from Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 1862. Admitted to Winder Div. 2 Hos. Apr. 4, 1863. Fur. with "Phthisis," "Bronchitis Ch.," and "Haemophysis" for 30 days from C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Danville, Va May 27, 1863. (Also see 1st Va. Art.)

 

JOHNSON, A- J.: Enl. May 13, 1861 at Hampton for 1 year. Trans. from Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862. Absent on 20 day fur. from Feb. 14, 1863. Trans. to Co. C, 2 nd  Regt. N.C. Cav. Apr. 1, 1863. (Also see 1st Va. Art.) NFR.

 

JONES, ALFRED 0.: Enl. July 17, 1861 at Rich. for 1 year. Absent sick fur. Aug. 1861. Discharged Oct. 2. 1861 after furnishing a substitute.

 

JONES, HENRY: Born Aug. 27, 1820 in Pow. Co., age 40 in 1862; 5 ft., 11 in., dark complexion, brown eyes, dark hair, farmer, Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for I year. Gen. Hos., Howard's Grove, Richmond July 21-23, 1861. Absent on indefinite sick leave from Aug. 1861. Sent to Gen. Hos. Dec. 1861. Discharged July 28, 1862 on Surgeon's certificate of disability; "chronic diarhea and dysentery with continual tendency to relapse and general disability." Died Aug. 23, 1893, bur. Hollywood Cem., Rich.

 

JONES, THOMAS: Born June 26, 1822. Enl. July 16 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sick with measles Aug. 1861. Discharged Mar. 6, 1862.

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