Salem Flying Artillery

Roster A-K

AGNEW, JONATHAN: Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem. Age 27, res Cave Spring. Trans. to 5th Va. Cav. Jan. 1, 1861 and Navy Mar. 21, 1862. 

 

ALLEY, THOMAS K.: Born in Franklin Co. North Carolina, 1817. Enl. Oct. 1863 in Elyton Alabama for war as part of the Jeff Davis Ala. Art. Assigned to Capt. Griffin's Company on May 24, 1864. POW from July 1864. Held at City Point, VA and Elmira NY, Died Sept. 19, 1864 of chronic diarrhea, buried Elmira N.Y. (also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art'y)

 

ANDERSON, CHARLES S.: Born 1828. 5 ft 10 in. From Greenbriar Co., West Virginia. Fair hair, and blue eyes. Occ. farmer, res Salem. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 25. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862, Absent without leave, July 29, 1863. Court Martaled in Apr. 1864. Sentenced to six months hard labor and pay withheld from July 29, 1863 to Mar. 1, 1864 and $10 a month stopped from July - Sept. 7, 1864. Present for duty Apr. 30, 1864. Confined in E.D.M. Prison, Richmond, Virginia, but pardoned for volunteering to defend Richmond against Sheridan's Raid in  1864. Took Amnesty Oath, July 16, 1865- (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

ANDERSON, JACOB: Occ. mechanic. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 36, res. Salem. Trans. from 91 Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Appointed Artificer Aug. 1, 1862. Captured at Gettysburg, July 4, 1863, died of chronic diarrhoea Sept, 1, 1863, Ft. Del., DE. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

ANDERSON, JOHN M.: Occ. butcher. Enl. May 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 33, res. Salem. Captured at Gettysburg, July 4, 1863. Held at Ft. Del., until June 19, 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

ANDERSON, JOHN W.: Occ. harness maker, res Salem. Enl. May 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years. Appointed Artificer, Aug. 1, 1862. On daily duty in the Ord. Dept. from May  1863. POW, captured July 4, 1863 in PA with wagon train, later exchanged. Paroled at Appo. C. H. Apr. 1865. Died Apr. 12, 1898, age 61, bur. East Hill Cem. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BALDWIN, H. R.: Chim. Hos. #5, Rich. Apr 3, 1865. Paroled at Appo C. H. NFR.

 

BALDWIN, JAMES: Trans. from 2nd Va. Res., Nov. 24, 1864. Enl. Dec. 31, 1864 at Laurel Hill for war, age 17. NFR.

 

BALLARD, MIFFLIN J.: (Also Ballard, Miffin) Born 1843. Occ. Farmer, res. Roanoke Co. Enl. Apr. 10, 1864 at Libby Hill for war, age 17. Paroled at Appo. C. H. Apr.  1865. Died Mar. 19, 1917, age 70, bur. East Hill Cem., Salem.

 

BANDY, THOMAS L.: Occ. farmer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 30, res. Salem. Sick fur. July -Dec.  1862. Detailed to driver in Ord. Dept, Mar. 1862. On daily duty in Ord. Dept. from May 1862. NFR. Died Mar. 1, 1897, age 73, bur. Fairview Cem., Roanoke. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BARNETT, JAMES H.: Occ. farmer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 30, res. Salem. Discharged July 25,1862 by Surgeon's Certificate of Disability. Died Jan. 19, 1909, age 80, bur. Fairview Cem., Roanoke.. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BARNETTE, JAMES W.: Occ. student, res. Salem. Enl. Jan. 20, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war. Age 17. Bounty due $50 enl. before enrollment. Sick fur. from Apr. 1864, present for duty Sept.  1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr

 

BARNETT, JOHN: Sgt., Occ. farmer. Enl. as Cpl, May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 25. Sick fur. from July  1862. present for duty Jan. 1863. Absent on Surgeon's Certificate May 1863, present for duty Sept. 20, 1863. Appointed Sgt. Sept. 10, 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 9th Va, Inf.)

 

BEANE, CHARLES: (Also Bean, Charles) Occ. laborer, res. Roanoke Co. Enl. Mar. 1, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, age 17. Deserted Mar. 29, 1864. NFR.

 

BEEMER, BENJAMIN L.: Sgt., Occ. farmer. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 32, res. Salem. Promoted to Cpl. Sept. 28, 1861. Sick in has. from May  1862, fur. July 1862. Present for duty Sept.  1862. POW, captured Mar.  1864, escaped. Promoted to Sgt. June 30, 1864. On detached service with horse detail Nov. 1864. NFR. Died Apr. 9,1910, age 80, bur. Fairview Cem., Roanoke. (Also se 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BEEMER, BENJAMIN W.: Occ. laborer, res. Botetourt Co. Enl. Mar. 19, 1863 at Bowling Green, ent. before enrolled, age 18. On daily duty in Ord. Dept. May 1863. Captured Feb. 29, 1864 by Dalhgren at Frederick's Hall, later escaped. Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. for 15 days from Feb. 24,  1865. Paroled at Appo. C. H. Apr. 1865.

 

BEEMER, GEORGE A.: Born Dec. 22, 1835. Occ. farmer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 20, res Salem. Appointed teamster. Nov. 1864, on detached duty with horse detail. Paroled at Appomattox C. H. Died July 26,1906, age 64. bur. East Hill Cem., Roanoke. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BEEMER, GUSTAVUS A.: Born 1840. Occ. farmer. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 21. June  1862, sick in hospital, sick fur. from July  1862, present for duty Jan.  1863. Mar.  1863 detailed as driver in regt. Ord. Dept. until Apr. 1864. Captured July 4, 1863 in PA, escaped. NFR. Died 1906, bur. East Hill Cem, (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BEEMER, JAMES A.: Occ. laborer. Enl. Mar. 19,  1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 18, res. Salem. Dec. 10, 1862. detailed as regt. wagon driver until Mar.  1863, then on daily duty for two months. Absent on surgeon's Cert. from June 26 - Aug 18, 1863. Captured at Gettysburg July 4, 1863, later escaped. On daily duty in the Q.M. Dept. from July 1863 - Oct.  1864 then sent to Ord. Dept. NFR. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BEEMER, JOHN M.: Occ. farmer, Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 22, res. Salem. Gen. Hos. # 9 from May  1862, present for duty July  1862. Detailed as an Orderly during Feb.  1863. Appointed bugler Dec, 1,  1864. Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 9th Va..)Inf

 

BEEMER, SAMUEL A.: Occ. farmer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 42, res. Salem. Absent on Surgeon's Cert. from May 1863 with "Laryngitis and Bronchitis debility;" ret. to duty Sept. 4.  1863. On daily duty in Q.M. Dept. from Sept - Nov.  1864, then sent to Ord. Dept. Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BLACKBURN, WILLIAM S.: Enl. Mar. 23, 1862 at Rapidan Va. in Jeff. Davis Ala. Art., trans. to Salem Flying Art. May 24, 1864. On detached service Oct. 31, 1864 - Mar 1, 1865 with Capt. Armstrong. NFR. * (Also see Jeff. Davis Ala. All.)

 

BLACKSTOCK, A.: Enl. Nov. 9, 1863 at Talladega, AL. Trans. to Salem Flying Art May 24, 1864. Trans. to Lamkin's Va. Lt. Art. Oct. 1864 - Mar. 1865. NFR. * (Also see Jeff. Davis Ala. Art.)

 

BLACKWELL, M. 0.: Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865. NFR.

 

BLAIR, HENRY EDMUNDSON: 1st Lt., Born Jan. 31, 1825 in Rich. Studied law in Rich. Res. Salem 1847. Occ. lawyer. Comm. as Jr. 1st Lt. Jan. 30, 1860, ent. in active service as 2nd Lt. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 36. Re-elected 2nd Lt. May 8, 1861. Relieved from duty at Battery 5, Richmond Va., July 6, 1862. Captures by Dahlgren's Cav. At Frederick's Hall Feb. 29, 1864, escaped 4 or 5 days later. Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865. Law partner with son, Col. Henry A. Edmondson. VA House of Delegates, 1873-74. Judge for 33 years. Member Hupp-Deyerle Camp, CV, Salem. Died Oct. 18,1906 at Salem, age 81, bur. East Hill Cem., Salem . (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BLAIR, W. T.: Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865 with one horse. NFR.

 

BOON, ZEBULON: Cpl., Born Appledore, Kent Co., England Feb. 2,1830. Occ. tailor. EnI. Mar. 18, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 33, res. Salem. Appointed Cpl Aug. 1, 1862. Detailed to make uniforms for company from Sept. 1862, present again for duty Nov.  1862. Discharged under writ of habeas corpus, Oct. 1863. Died May 30, 1895, age 65, bur. East Hill Cem. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BOWER, JOHN T.: Occ. laborer, res. Botetourt Co. Enl. Mar. 19, 1863 at Bowling Green, enl. before enrolled, age 18. Absent on Surgeon's Cert. from June 12 - Aug. 18, 1863, patient at C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Farmville, Va. Deserted from hospital on July 1 - Aug. 6, 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865.

 

BOWERS, GEORGE F.: Sgt., Occ. mechanic. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem, age 28. Listed as Sgt. upon enl., reduced to Pvt. on Dec. 10, 1861. Absent on seven days fur, Dec. 1864. Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865 (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BOWERS, JOSEPH: Occ. butcher, res. Abingdon. Enl. Oct. 11, 1864, age 17. Paroled at Appomattox C. H. Apr. 1865.

 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM: Enl. Jan 18, 1863 at Laurel Hill. NFR.

 

BRADLEY, DAVID: Occ. farmer. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 33, res. Salem. On duty as a hos. attendant from May - July  1862. Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. July 13, 1864 with "Debilitas." Ret. to duty Aug. 29, 1864. Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr.  1865. "Present in every battle... except Chancellorsville, when he was sick." (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BRILLHART, HENRY H.: Occ. farmer. Ent. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 20, res. Catawba. Sick fur. July 1862 - Jan.  1863. AWOL Feb. - Mar. 1863. Deserted Apr. 3, 1864. Absent on Surgeon's Certificate from Apr-Nov.  1864. In Chim. Hos. #3, from June 7, 1864 with "gonnorrhoea". Trans. to Rich. July 9. Deserted Nov. 64. NFR. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BROWN, GEORGE L.: Born Sept. 7, 1845. Occ. student, res. Salem. Enl. Sept. 5, 1863 at Blue Run, enl. before enrollment, bounty due $50, age 19. 15 day fur. from Feb. 25. Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr.  1865. Minister in postwar. Died Feb. 5,1915, age 69, bur. East Hill Cem.

 

BROWN, HOWARD GARLAND: (Also Brown, Garland M., and Brown Garland H.) Occ. student, res. Roanoke Co. Enl. Aug. 31, 1864 at Libby Hill for war, enl. before enrollment, bounty due $50, age 17. Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865. Died May 17, 1915, age 68, bur. East Hill Cem,

 

BROWN, WILLIAM EDWARD: Born July 25,1843. Occ. clerk, Enl. Sept. 6, 1861 at Craney Island, Norfolk Co., age 18, res. Salem. 15 day fur. Aug. 21 - Sept. 7, 1863. Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865. Died Mar. 9, 1922, age 78, bur. East Hill Cem. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BRYANT, JAMES: Occ. laborer, res. Salem. Enl. Apr. 30, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, enl. before enrollment, bounty due $50, age 17. 15 days fur. Dec.  1864. Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865.

 

BUSSEY, JOHN: Occ. laborer, RES. Salem. Enl. Apr. 11, 1862 at Norfolk. Sick in hos. jUNE  1862, died July 9, 1862 of typhoid fever at Battery No. 5 in Rich., bur. Roanoke Co. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

BUTLER, JOHN F.: Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865. NFR.

 

CAMPBELL, DAVID A.: Occ. carpenter. Enl. May 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 27, res. Salem. Died Aug.  1862 of "disease" at Rich. Bur. Roanoke Co. (Also see 9 Va. Inf.)

 

CHAPMAN, HENRY CLAY: Born Nov. 17,1811. Occ. farmer. En! May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 29, res. Salem. Sick fur. Aug - Sept 1862. Trans. to Capt. Dance's Co. Dec. 26, 1862. Died June 4, 1894. bur. Shaver-Deyerle Cem., Roanoke. (Also see 9th Va. Inf. and Capt. Dance's Co., Va. Art'y)

 

CHAPMAN, THOMAS J.: Born Jan. 20, 1837. Occ. miller. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 24, res. Salem. Detached by order of Gen. Lee, Feb. 14, 1863 to arrest absent members. Discharged Oct.  1863 as contractor. Died Dec. 16.1863, bur. East Hill Cem. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

COOK, LUCIAN C.: (Also Cook, Lucien) Cpl., Occ. farmer. Enlisted May 14,1861 at Salem, age 17, res. Salem. Absent of furlough for 20 days from Feb. 1863. Appointed Cpl, Dec. 15, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

COX, JAMES E.: Occ. carpenter. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 18, res. Salem. On daily duty in Comm. Dept. from Jan. - May 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

COX, WESLEY G.: Occ. laborer, res. Salem, Enl. June 1, 1863 for 3 years, enl. before enrollment, bounty due $50, age 18. NFR.

 

COX, WILLIAM H: Occ. carpenter. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 20, res. Salem. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865. "Present in every battle except Cold Harbor, when he was sick." (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

CRIDLIN, JOHN N.: (Also Cridlin, John H.), CpI.- Born 1836. Occ. mechanic. Enl May 14, 1861 at Salem, age 25, for 3 years. Res. Salem. Wounded at Baffle of Fredericksburg. Chim. Hos. #1 Rich. Va. Dec. 19, 1862 with "contused" chest wound. Ret. to duty Feb. 9, 1862. NFR. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DANIELS, OWEN W.: Born Mar. 8, 18 40. Occ. farmer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem, age 32, for 3 years. Res. Salem. 5 ft, 11 in tall, blue eyes, light hair. Sick fur. from June 16 - July 3,  1862. Sick fur. Sept. 1862 -Nov. 1863. Discharged by Medical Examining Board Jan. 25, 1864 for disability. Died May 19, 1900, bur. City Cem., Roanoke. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DAVIDSON, D. K.: Enl. Oct. 1863 at Elyton, Ala., age 2 1, for war. Res. Calhoun Co. Ala. Assigned man, trans. From Capt. Reece's Co. May 24, 1864. POW from July 4, 1864, listed as a "rebel deserter" in Union records. Trans. to Mortar Battalion Oct. 1864 (while a prisoner of war). NFR. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art'y)

 

DEATON, JOHN W.: Born 1838. Occ. farmer. Enl. June 17, 1861 at Salem, age 22, for 3 years. Res. Cave Spring. 15 day fur. from Dec. 19, 1863. Paroled Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865. Died Nov. 22, 1911, re-interred Sherwood Burial Park, Salem. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DENT, JAMES 0.: Occ. laborer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem, age 26, for 3 years. Res. Salem. Under arrest Feb.  1863. Absent on Surgeon's Certificate Oct. 1863, returned to duty by Nov, 1863. 7 day fur. From Dec.  1863. Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. Va. Nov. 22, 1864, trans. to Chim. Hos. #4 Nov. 23 with pneumonia. Ret, to duty Nov. 28, 1864. Sick fur. from Feb. 6,  1865. Died 1890, age 54, bur. East Hill Cem. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DEYERLE, WALTER C.: Occ. farmer, res. Lafayette. Enl. July 31, 1861 at Salem for 1 year, age 44. Greyish hair, grey eyes. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May.  1862. June 1862, sick in quarters; over 45 years of age and not reenlisted. Discharged Aug. 11, 1862 by expiration of term of service. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DILLARD, ALFRED T.: Occ. farmer. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem, age 27, for 3 years. Res. Salem. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Sick fur. from Aug.  1862, ret. to duty by Nov. 2. On daily duty in Med. Dept. from May-Nov.  1863. Absent by order of Med. Board from Nov.  1863 due to "Neuralgia"; present for duty again by Dec.  1863. Extra duty as teamster Sept. 30, 1863 - Aug 17, 1864. Absent on detail Dec.  1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DILLARD, HART: 2nd Lt., Occ. farmer- Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem, age 18, for 3 years. Res. Salem. Promoted to Sgt. on Sept. 18, 1861. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Absent on detail from Oct. 31, 1861 to arrest deserters. Elected 2nd Lt. June 27, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DILLARD JOHN C.: Occ. farmer. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem, age 22, for 3 years. Res. Salem. 5 ft, 10 in; light comp., blue eyes, dark hair. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Sick fur. from Aug  1862., discharged Apr. 1863 on Surgeon's Certificate of Disability due to "Neuralgia of the Head and Face." (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DILLARD, PENN B.: Born Sept. 20,1846. Occ. Student, res. Roanoke Co. Enl. Sept. 20, 1864 at Laurel Hill for war. Enl. before enrollment, bounty due $50, age 17. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr 1865. Died Feb. 22, 1904, bur. Denton Cem., Roanoke Co.

 

DIXON, JAMES W.: Occ. student at Roanoke College, res. Frederick MD. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem, age 18, for war. Res. Salem. Trans. From 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. On daily duty in Ord. Dept. from Aug. until Nov. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DOOLEY, JAMES A.: Occ. laborer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem, age 35, for 3 years. Res. Salem. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1864. On daily duty in Ord. Dept. from June 1863 - Aug.  1864. Extra duty as teamster from July 1 - Sept.  1864. On daily duty in Ord. Dept., 2nd Corps Art'y from Sept.  1864. NFR. Died 1917. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DUIGUID, JOHN W.: Lt., Occ. Sheriff of Roanoke Cc and farmer. Enl. May 19, 1861 for 3 years as 2nd Sgt., discharged Sept, 18, 1861 to complete his term as sheriff, age 30. Re-enlisted Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem, elected 2nd Lt. May 8.  1862. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Relieved from duty at Battery No. 5, July 6, 1862. Detailed on daily duty to Comm. Dept. Dec.  1862. Detailed Feb. 14, 1863 to arrest absent members. Absent Aug.  1863 on detached service, ret. by Sept.  1863. On extended leave during Feb. and Mar.  1864 due to "Scurvey...affecting extremities. Ulceration and discoloration". Listed as Lt. Apr.  1864. Died June 15, 1864 from wounds received in Battle of 2nd Cold Harbor June 1, 1864 at Pole Green Church, Hanover Co. Va., bur. Lynchburg. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

DUNN, WILLIAM H.: Res. Choctaw Co. AL. Enl. July 10,  1861 at Selma, Ala. for war. Dec. 31 - Feb. 28, 1862 sick at hos. Moore. Hos., Danville Jan. 8, 1862, had been run over by caisson. Feb. 16 - Mar. 15, 1862, hos. In

Charlottesville with injury from cannon. Mar. 16 - May 3,  1862 at hos. In Rich. with injury to spine. Trans. To Mortar Battalion, Lamkins' Va. Lt. Art. Oct.  1864 through at least Mar.  1865. NFR. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art'y) 

EDMUNDSON, W. H.: (Possibly Edmundson, William Henry) Enl. Jan. 16, 1865 at Laurel Hill. NFR.

 

EDMONDSON, WILLIAM HENRY: Enl. Oct. 1863 at Notasalga Ala. for war. Trans. to Mortar Battalion Oct. 1864, on detached service with Capt. Armstrong through Mar. 1, 1865. Captured at Farmville Apr. 6,  1865. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. V.M.I., class 1868. Physician in Christiansburg after war. Member of James F. Preston Camp, C.V. Died May 14, 1925. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art'y)

 

ELLIS, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Res. Dallas Co., AL. Enl. July 10, 1861 at Selma Ala. for war. Patient at C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Farmville, Va. for "Camp fever", ret. to duty July 25, 1863. Trans. to Salem Flying Art. May 24,  1864. Trans. to Mortar Battalion, Lamkin's Va. Lt. Art, Oct.  1864 - Mar.  1865. Captured at near Farmville and Burkeville, Apr. 6, 1865. Oath of Allegiance June 24, 1865. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art'y)

 

ELLIS, J. P.: Enl. July 30, 1861 at Selma Ala. for war. Feb. 29 - Nov. 1,  1864 on detached service with Hardaways Battalion. Trans. to Mortar Battalion, Lamkin's Battery on detached service Oct. 1864 - Mar. 1865. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art'y)

 

EVANS, JAMES H.: Occ. farmer. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem, age 28, for 3 years. Res. Salem. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

EVANS, JOHN M.: Born Apr. 22, 1837. Occ. farmer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem, age 29, for 3 years. Res. Salem. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Sick in hospital during May - June  1862. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Died May 30, 1891, bur. East Hill Cem., Roanoke. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

EVANS, WILLIAM J.: Cpl., Occ. farmer. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem, age 32, for 3 years. Res. Salem. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Sick fur. given at Gen. Hos. in Rich. Aug.  1862. Appointed Cpl. Aug 1,  1862. Died of Typhoid Fever at Gen. Hos. #21, Rich., Va. May 20, 1863, bur. "Near Richmond." (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

FALGER, CHARLES: (Possibly Folger, Charles) Born 1828. NFR.

 

FARLEY, SETH G.: Enl. May 10, 1862 at Fincastle for 3 years. Trans. from Bowyer's Heavy Art. Aug. 2,  1862. Daily duty at Regimental H.Q. Dec. 1863 - Apr.64. Courier duty with 1st Va. Art. Apr. - June 1864. On indulgence Fur. Aug. 1864. On daily duty at Battalion H.Q. from Sept. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. with 1 horse Apr. 1865.

 

FARMER, JAMES: Enl. Mar. 14, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war. Enl. before enrollment, bounty due $50, age 17. Admitted to Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. Va. May 23, 1864 for an axe out to leg, trans. to Chim. Hos. #2 May 24. Admitted to Chim. Hos. #3, Rich. Va. July 12, 1864 for "Feb. Intermitant". Ret. to duty July 30, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865.

 

FARMER, THOMAS: Occ. tinner. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem, age 19, for 3 years. Res. Salem. Trans. from 9th Va.Inf. May 8, 1862. Admitted to Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. Va July 12,  1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf,)

 

FITCHETT, JULIUS. M.: Born 1841. Dec. clerk and merchant, res. Norfolk. Enl. Apr, 19, 1861 at Norfolk Co., age 20. Feb. 22, 1862 sick "at Mrs. Smith's resid." Aug. 5, 1864 60-day sick fur. Trans to Griffin's Battery Oct. 22, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 6th Va. Inf.)

 

FITZER, DAVID G.: Occ. painter, res. Salem. Enl. May 14, 1861, age 21. Discharged for disability Sept. 30, 1861.

 

FITZER, JOSEPH: Occ. Painter, res. Salem. Enl. May 16, 1861, age 60. Discharged for disability Aug. 24, 1861.*

 

FITZGERALD, ROBERT E.: Member Henry Heth Camp, CV, Washington D.C., 1910. NFR. *

 

FOLGER, CHARLES J.: (Also Folger, Charles L.), Cpl.- Born 1833. Occ. mechanic/coppersmith. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem, age 30 for 3 years. Res. Salem. Born in Prussia, 5 ft, 4 1/2 in.; ruddy comp., blue eyes, light hair. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Trans. to Salem Flying Artillery Feb. 8, 1862. Trans. to Navy Mar. 28, 1862. Reenlisted in Salem Art. Dec. 1862. Appointed Cpl. Sept. 10, 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Died 1903. bur. East Hill Cem. Roanoke. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

FORSYTHE, JAMES E.: Occ. mechanic. Enl. May 19, 1862 at Salem, age 28 for 3 years. Res. Salem. Trans. from 9th Va, Inf. May 8, 1862. Gen. Hos- # 1, Rich, Va. May and June 1863. Sent to Gen. Hos. Rich. Va. on Surgeon's Certificate Dec. 23, 1863, ret. to duty by Mar.  1863. On daily duty in Ord. Dept. from Nov.  1863 - Apr.  1864. On daily duty in Med. Dept. from Apr.  1864. Chim. Hos. #1, Rich., Va. Oct. 1, 1864 for "Rem. Fever", deserted Oct. 14, 1864. Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. Va. Jan 7, 1865 for 15 days. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

GATES, L. H.: Paroled at Appomattox C.H. Apr. 1865. NFR.

 

GILES, JAMES F.: (Also Giles, James G.) Occ. farmer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem, res. Salem. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Sick fur. from Gen. Hos., Rich., Aug.  1862, ret. duty by Jan,  1863. On daily duty in Ord. Dept. from Apr.  1864. NFR. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

GINTZENBURGER, HENRY: (Also Gintzenberger, Henry) Occ. peddler-merchant. Enl. May 14, 1864 at Salem for 3 years. Age 27. Wounded at Battle of ChancellorsviIle May 2, 1863. Killed in second battle of Cold Harbor June 3, 1864 at Johnson's House. Hanover Co. Va,, bur. Jewish section Shokoe Cem., Rich. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

GISH, SAMUEL H.: Cpl., Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 29. Trans. from 9th' Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Wounded in side at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862. Sick in hos. Feb. 1863. Sick fur. Feb. - June 1863. Promoted to Cpl. June 9, 1863. Gen. Hos. #2, Lynchburg Sept  1863. "Absent by order of Med. Examining Board" Oct.  1863--Dec. 1864. Detailed for duty at Lynchburg Apr.  1864. C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Charlottesville with "Febris Init. Leet" July 25, 1864, trans. To Lynchburg. AWOL Aug.  1864. On daily duty in Med. Dept. Oct. -Dec. 1864 at Rec. and Wayside Hos. (Gen. Hos. #9) Rich. NFR. Die July 14, 1893, age 56, bur. Fairview Cem., Roanoke Co. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

GOODWIN, WILLIAM: Born Oct. 16,1833 in Big Lick (Roanoke). Occ. laborer, attended Roanoke Coll. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 19. Trans. from 9th. Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Way. and Receiving Hos. Nov. 28  1863, trans. to Chim- Hos. #5 with "Catarrh" Nov. 29 - Dec. 6, 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Farmer in Kanawha Co., WV after war, alive in 1911. Bur. East Hill Cem., Salem, no marker.

 

GORMAN, MICHAEL: Enl. Nov. 5 .63 at Talladega, AL. Assigned to Salem Flying Art. May 24, 1864, trans. To Lamkin's Va. Lt. Art Oct. 1864 -Mar. 1865. Captured at Burkeville Apr. 6, 1865. Oath of Allegiance June 14, 1865. (Also see Jeff. Davis Ala. Art.) *

 

GRAY, DOUGLAS S.: Occ. teacher. Yale, class of 1851. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 26. Trans from 9th Va. Inf May 8, 1862. Gen. Hos., Rich. Dec. 23, 1862, ret. by Mar. 1863. Rec. and Wayside Hos. Mar. 28,  1864, trans. to Robinson Hos. Mar. 29, 1864. Wounded in leg June 7, 1864 in battle at Matadequin Creek. Chim. Hos. #4 with "gunshot wound right leg flesh," trans. To Priv. Quarters June 10,  1864. Wounded at Cold Harbor, Aug. 2, 1864. Died Aug 2, 1864 at Priv. Quarters of complications from leg amputation. Bur. Hollywood Cem., Rich. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

GREENWOOD, HENRY B.: Occ. fanner. Enl. Mar. 19,  1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 33. On daily duty in Ord. Dept. June  1863 - Aug. 1864. Extra duty pay as teamster May - June 1864. Rec. And Wayside Hos. Aug 8 -9,  1864 Chim. Hos #5 with "Ac. Diarrhea." 40 day fur. to Roanoke Co. starting Aug. 19, 1864. Died of dysentery Aug. 21, 1864 in Roanoke Co., bur. Near Salem.

 

GRIDLIN, JOHN S.: Cpl., Wounded in side at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862. Promoted to Cpl. June 9, 1863. NFR.

 

GRIFFIN, CHARLES BEALE: Capt., Born 1833. Student at U.Va. 1852 - 1853. Medical school at Univ. Of PA. Occ. Physician. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 27. Elected 1st Lt. May 8, 1861. Acting surgeon May 14, 1861- July 6, 1862. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf May 8, 1862. "Relieved from duty at Battery 5," Rich. July 6, 1862. Promoted to Capt. Sept. 2, 1862. POW Sept. 1862 in Md., exchanged Oct. 6 at Aiken's Landing. "Absent by certificate of Medical Dept. for 30 days from 24 Oct." Chim. Hos. #1 Jan. 27 -Feb. 7, 1865; fur. 35 days from hos. starting Feb. 7. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Died Sept. 17, 1885 in Salem, bur. West Hill Cem., Salem, no marker. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

GRIFFIN, J. A.: Enl. Feb. 23, 1865 at Laurel Hill. NFR. *

 

GRIFFIN, SAMUEL: Lt. and Adjutant, Born 1840. Occ. teacher. "Joined the Salem Flying Artillery upon its organization but was transferred to signal corps on March 10, 1862." Trans. to 2nd Va. Cav- Jan. 1, 1865. NFR. Died May 16,1907, bur. Longwood Cem., Bedford. (Also see 2nd Va. Cav.) *

 

GROEBLE, JOSEPH C.: (Also Groebl, Joseph C.), Bugler, Occ. Piano maker, Enl. May 14, 1864 at Salem for 3 years, age 24. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf May 8, 1862. Appt. Bugler Aug 1, 1862. POW Sept. 29, 1864, captured near Rich. Sent to Pt. Lookout from City Point Oct. 5, 1864. Considered a deserter by Dec.  1864. Released under Oath of Allegiance from Pt. Lookout Dec. 18, 1864. NFR. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.) 

GUFFIN, SAMUEL: Trans. to Signal Corps Nov. 10, 1862. Trans. to 2nd, Va. Cav. Jan. 1,  1865. NFR. 

HARLOWE, JOHN M. JR.: Born Mar. 5, 1822 in Fluvanna Co.; 5 ft., 7 in., light comp, grey eyes. dark hair. Occ. Merchant. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 40. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8,  1862. Discharged with Surg. Cert. of Disability July 1, 1862 Died Mar 16, 1915, bur East Hill Cem., Salem. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HARRIS, LEROY: Occ. Laborer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 26. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Wounded at Cold Harbor June 7, 1864. Sick fur. Aug. 1864. Rec. and Wayside Hos. July 11 - 14, 1864. Rec. and Wayside Hos. Aug. 24 - 27, 1864. Trans. To Chim. Hos #3 with Diarhoea Aug. 28 - 29, 1864. 40 day fur. From hos. to Salem due to 3 months of "Dyspepsia with vomiting disability & emaciation." Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HARTMAN, JOHN J.: Occ. Mechanic. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 19. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Detached to Comm Dept. Sept. 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HARTMAN, PRESTON M.: (Also Hartman N. P. or Hartman, Preston N.) Occ. Farmer. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 19. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865. Bur. Delon Cem., Roanoke Co., no dates. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HARTMAN, SAMUEL H.: Born Jan. 12, 1823. Enl. Apr.  1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 19. Trans. from 5' Va. Cav. Dec. 1863. Present through Dec. 1864. NFR. Died Nov. 21, 1913, bur. Hartnam Cem., Roanoke Co. (Also see 5th Va. Cav.) 

HARTMAN, WILLIAM T.: Trans. from Co. C. 2 Va. Cav. NFR. (Also see 2nd Va. Cav.) 

HATCHER, HENRY CAREY: Born Aug. 11, 1837. Brother of John W. Hatcher. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 26. Trans. from 9 Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Sick fur. June 6 -26  1862. Discharged Aug. 22, 1862 on Surg. Cert. of Disability. Died Nov. 16, 1912 at Soldiers Home in Rich., bur Hatcher-Goodwin-Chapman Cem., Roanoke Co.

 

HATCHER, JEREMIAH B.: (Also Hatcher, Jerry B.) Born Nov. 15, 1839. Occ. Farmer, res. Salem. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 20. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf May 8,  1862. On sick fur. From Gen. Hos. Petersburg Aug. 16, 1862 - Jan.  1863. Wounded at ChancellorsviIle May 3, 1863, sent to Gen. Hos. #12 with "GSW (gunshot wound) June 1863. Absent on Surg. Cert. Ret. To duty by Dec 1863. Jan. 1, 1864 made John W. Hatch his "true 2nd lawful attorney to draw for me all pay due..." Rec. and Wayside Hos. July 29, 1864 trans to Chim. Hos. July 30. Rec. and Wayside Hos. Sept. 15, 1864 to Chim. Hos. #5 with "A. Rheumatism." Sick fur. Sept. 30, 1864. 60 day fur. From Rec. and Wayside Hos. Feb. 11, 1865 to Salem with "Subacute Rheumatism." NFR. Died Jan 31, 1896, bur. Hatcher-Goodwin-Chapman Cem., Roanoke Co. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HATCHER, JOHN W.: Born Nov. 15, 1839. Occ. Farmer, res. Salem. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 21. Trans. from 9th' Va. Inf. May 8, 1862, Rec. and Wayside Hos. Mar. 3, 1863 to Chim. Hos. #1. Sent to Gen. Hos. In Rich. Apr.  1863. Rec. and Wayside Hos. June 24,  1864, trans. to Chim. Hos. #1 June 27, then trans to private quarters. Returned to duty Aug. 13,  1864. Rec. And Wayside Hos., trans. to Chim. Hos. #1 Aug 15, 1864 with "Rheumatism acut." trans. To private quarters Aug. 17, 1864, Chim. Hos. Sept. 17 - 24, 1864, 35 days sick fur. from hos. to Roanoke Co. Sept. -Oct. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Died Jan. 31, 1886, bur. Hatcher-Goodwin-Chapman Cem., Roanoke Co.

 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM H.: (Also Henderson, William A.) Born in Campbell Co. 5 ft., 6 in.; light comp., grey eyes, light hair. Occ. Farmer, res. Salem. Enl. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 26. Sick fur. from hos. in Rich. Aug.  1862. Windsor Div. 2 Hos., Apr. 10, 1863 to Gen. Hos. Camp Winder with "Endocarditis." Trans. to Petersburg Apr. 19, 1863. Rec. and Wayside Hos. July 31, 1864, trans. to Chim. Aug. 1, 1864. Ret. By Aug. 1863. "...incapable of performing the duties of a soldier because of Valvular disease of heart." Recommended for discharge Dec. 12, 1863. "Wounded on lines near Petersburg Jany 20, 1865..." Jan. 22, 1865 Rec. and Wayside Hos. with "V.S. of R. thigh entered anteriorly of union mid and lower thigh, passed downward outwards and backwards frac. And comminuting femur." "Ball extracted by counter incision opposite knee joint- An aesthetic used- Chloroform. State of health good." "Jan. 31 entirely free of fever and complaining of nothing except back." Feb. 18, 1865 still Improving." POW Apr. 3, 1865, captured at Rec. and Wayside Hos., classifies as wounded. Jackson Hos., Rich. Apr. 20, 1865. Died July 2, 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM T.: Occ. farmer, res. Botetourt Co. Enl. Mar. 10, 1863 at Fincastle for 3 years, age 37. Absent on scout with Gen. Stuart 11 _I 2.  1862. Trans. from Co. C_ 2nd Va. Cav. Sept. 10, 1863. On detached duty in Q.M. Dept, Apr. 1864. Chim. Hos. #3 Aug. 1-26, 1864 with diarrhoea. Absent sick Oct. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H, Apr.  1865, Alive in 1890, (Also see 2nd Va. Cav.)

 

HENNING, JAMES H.: Occ. shoemaker, res. Lafayette. Enl. Apr. 16. 1861 at Lafayette for war. Trans. from 14th Va, Cav. Oct. 12, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 14th Va. Cav.)

 

HILL, I. J.: Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. NFR.

 

HILL, JOHN: Enl, Nov. 7, 1863 at Talladega, AL. Assigned to Salem Flying Art. May 24, 1863. Oct. 31, 1864 - Mar 1, 1865 on detached duty with Capt. Armstrong. NFR. (Also see Jeff. Davis. Ala. Art. NFR.

 

HOLLAND, ROBERT C.: Occ. student, res, Salem. Enl. June 28, 1861, age 21. Trans. to 28th Va, May 1, 1862. NFR. Died Nov. 18, 1915, age 75, bur. East Hill Cem., Salem, no marker.

 

HOLLAND, ROBERTS.: (Possibly Holland, Robert C.) Trans. to Signal Corps Mar. 10, 1862. Later trans. to 28th Va. Cav. NFR.*

 

HOOPER, W. B.: Paroled at Appo. C.H - Apr. 1865. NFR. 

HOUGH, EDWARD: (Also see Huff, E. J.) NFR. 

HOWBERT, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Born Nov. 21, 1827, Occ. Farmer, res. Salem. Ent. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 31, Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Sick fur. From Hos. Oct. 22, 1862. Discharged Mar. 10, 1862 having furnished James H. Miller as substitute. Died May 24,1892, bur. Fairview Cem. (Howbert Cem. #2), Roanoke Co. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HOWBERT, JOHN WILLIAM: (Also Hobert , John) Occ. farmer, res. Salem. Ent. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 19, Trans. from 91 Va. Inf May. 8, 1862. Died June 11, 1862 of heart disease at hos., Redoubt #5 Rich., age 19. Bur. Fairview Cem., Roanoke. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HOWBERT, WILLIAM E.: Cpl., (Also Hubberd, William E. and Hubbert, William E.) Occ. Student. Ent. Mar. 19, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 17. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf May 8, 1862. Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863. Fur. Dec. 1864. Appointed Cpl. Dec. 15, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HUDSON, S. T: Born Roanoke Co. Occ ' carpenter, res. Salem. Enl. Jan. 20, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, bounty due $50, ent. Before enrollment, age 17, Mortally wounded in battle of Cold Harbor June 1, 1864 at Pole Green Ch., Hanover Va. Died June 25, 1864.

 

HUDSON, TIPTON W.: Cpl., occ. Mechanic. Enl. Jan. 19, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 18. Trans. From 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Gen. Hos. #1, Rich. May - June 1863. Wounded at Cold Harbor June 1, 1864. Appointed Cpl. June 30, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HUFF, ALBERT W.: (Also Huff, Alfred W.) Born Oct. 19, 1834. Occ. Baker. Ent. July 31, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 27. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Sick fur. from hos. in Rich. Aug.  1862. On daily duty as guard Dec.  1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Dec, 12, 1927, bur. East Hill Cem., Salem. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HUFF, CHILEON 0.: Occ. Student at Roanoke College. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 18 . Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. On detached service with horse detail Dec.  1864, Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

HUFF, EDWARD J.: Occ, Student, res. Salem. Enl. June 1, 1863, age 17. POW, captured in PA July 4, 1863. Held at and exchanged from Pt. Lookout. NFR. *

 

HUFF, JOHN: Born Oct. 16, 1847. Occ. confectioner, res. Salem. Enl. Mar 19, 1862, age 41. Detailed to Q.M. NFR. Died Mar. 27, 1917, bur. Baldwin-Huff Cem, Roanoke. * 

HUFFMAN, MICHAEL: Occ. taborer. Died of typhoid fever in Roanoke, Nov. 14, 1862, bur. at Catawba, NFR.* 

HUMPHRIES, JOHN: (Also Humphreys, John), Artificer- Occ. mechanic, res. Salem. Enl. Mar. 18, 1862, age 35, NFR. *

 

HUNDLEY, JAMES T.: Occ. mechanic, res. Salem. Ent. Mar. 19, 1862. Discharged for disability, Aug. 13, 1863. NFR.

 

HUPP, ABRAHAM: Capt., Born Sept. 27,1818. Moved to Salem from Shenandoah Co, age 21. Capt. in Roanoke Militia 1840. Occ. manufacturer and dealer in tinware. Commissioned Capt. Jan. 30, 1860. Entered active service May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 42. Reelected Capt, May 8, 1861 . Trans. From 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Relieved from duty July 6, 1862 at Rich. 6-week med. leave of absence from Feb. 10. 1863, extended to May 22, 1863. Died of cancer at his res. in Salem, Sept. 2, 1863. Bur. East Hill Cem. Salem. 

HUPP, ROBERT CRAIG: Enl. June 17, 1861 at Craney Island. Died 1918. NFR. 

JACKSON, BENJAMIN B.: Res. Montgomery AL. Enl. Aug. 16, 1864 at Montgomery AL. For war. Trans. to Salem Flying Art. Aug. 1864. Trans. to Mortar Battalion, Lamkin's Va. Lt. Art. Oct.  1864 - Mar. 1865. Gen. Hos., Howard's Grove, Rich. Oct. 11, 1864, ret. to duty Oct. 21, 1864. Captured at Burkeville Apr. 6, 1865. Died at Newport News June 10, 1865 of chronic Diarrhea. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art.) 

JACKSON, JOHNS.: Enl. July 10, 1861 at Selma AL. for war . Feb. 28 - Aug. 31, 1863 sick in hos. Aug. 31, 1863 -July 1, 1864 at home on sick fur. Feb. 29 - Nov 1, 1864 on detached service with Hardaway's Battalion. Trans. to Salem Flying Art. Aug. 1864. Trans. to Mortar Battalion, Lamkin's Va. Lt. Art. Oct. 1864 - Mar. 1865 on detached service. Gen. Hos. Howard's Grove Oct. 11-18, 1864. Captured at Burkeville Apr. 6, 1865. Sent to Newport News. NFR. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art.)

 

JACKSON, LITTLETON G.: Trans. to Salem Flying Art. Aug. 1864. Trans. to Mortar Battalion Oct. 1864. NFR. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art.)

 

JETER, JAMES L.: 1st Sgt., Occ. Clerk, Enl. As Sgt. May 14,  1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 22. 1st Sgt. by Nov.  1861. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Gen. Hos. #12, Rich Dec. 10 - 11, 1862. Absent on Surg. Cert. Dec. 12, 1862. Absent on Surg. Cert. Aug. - Sept. 20, 1863. 30 day fur. From May 5, 1864. Chim. Hos. #4 Oct. 31, 1864, trans. to Chim. Hos. #3 Nov. 2 - 24, 1864 with "Nephrites." Rec. and Wayside Hos. Feb. 17, 1865 on duty as guard, "Command G.O. 83." Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865 with 1 horse. Bur. East Hill Cem., Salem, no marker.

 

JETER, JOHN B.: Occ. student, res. Salem. Enl. June 17, 1861, age 17. Discharged for disability at Craney Island, Aug. 24, 1861. NFR.*

 

JETER, WARREN L.: 2nd Lt., Occ. clerk, res. Salem. Present Jan. 30, 1860 - May 8, 1862. Retired at time of reorganization. Bur. East Hill Cem., Salem, no dates. NFR. *

 

JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER: (Also Johnson, Alexander) Occ. student, res. S.C. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 18. Trans. From 9th Va. Inf May 8, 1862. Trans. July 25,  1862 to 7th S.C. Cav. Assigned Sept. 4,  1862 to H.Q. Army of N.Va. To Capt. Doby's Co., 7th S.C. Cav. NFR. Left Lee Camp Soldier's Home Dec. 22, 1905, age 65. Died 1905, bur. East Hill Cem., Salem. (Also see 9th Va. Inf. and 7th S.C. Cav.)

 

JOHNSTON, CHARLES: Cpl.- Occ. student. Enl. June 17, 1861 at Salem for 3 years, age 17. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. On Daily Duty as Provost Guard Dec. 1865. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865. Died Dec. 1886. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

JOHNSTON, JOHN H.: Born Oct. 28, 1841. Occ. student and clerk. Enl. May 14, 1861 at Salem for 3 years. Age 19. Trans. from 9th Va. Inf. May 8, 1862. Sick in hos. June 1862. Sent to hos. in Lynchburg on Surg. Cert. Nov. 30, 1862. Died in Lynchburg Jan. 5, 1863 of typhoid fever, age 42, bur. East Hill Cem., Salem. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

JOHNSTON, NATHANIEL BURWELL: Born Salem, res. Salem. Occ. student at Hampden-Sydney Coll. Enl. Sept. 5, 1863 at Blue Run for 3 years, bounty due $50, enl. Before enrollment, age 18. 30 day fur., Feb. 14,  1865. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Occ. cotton and oil business. Died April 4, 1925 in Rich., age 79. Bur. Hollywood Cem., Rich.

 

JONES, A. W.: Feb. 29, 1864 - Mar. 1, 1865. Apr. 21, 64 in hos. in Rich. with "Intermittent fever." 60 day fur. from May 28, 1864. Trans. to Mortar Battalion Oct.  1864. Paroled Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art.)

 

JONES, C. S. V.: Res. Butler Co., AL, Enl. Mar. 30, 1862 at Greenville AL for war. Trans. To Salem Flying Art. Aug.  1864. Killed in battle at Ft. Harrison Sept. 19, 1864. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art.)

 

JONES, J. M.: Cpl., Enl. Mar. 30, 1862 at Greenville, AL for war. Trans. to Salem Flying Art. May 24,  1864. Rec. and Wayside hos. Sept, 7, 1864, trans- to Chim. Hos. Sept. 8, 1864. Trans. To Mortar Battalion Oct. 1864. NFR. (Also see Jeff Davis Ala. Art.)

 

KEIZER, DAVID MILTION: (Also Keizer, Daniel Milton) Born Augusta Co. Occ. student at Roanoke College. 5 ft., 7 in. Light Comp.; Grey eyes; light hair. Enl. July 31, 1861 at Salem for 1 year, age 17 (perhaps 16). Trans. from 9th Va. Inf May 8.  1862. Under 18, did not reenlist June 1862. Discharged by expiration of term of service Aug. 11, 1862, age 17. (Also see 9th Va. Inf.)

 

KAY, JOHN M.: (Also Key, John M.) Occ. gardener, res. Salem. Enl. Mar. 13, 1862 at Salem for 3 years, age 34. Fur. Oct.  1862. Detailed to Q.M. Sept. Feb. 25 - July 1863. Deserted to enemy Sept. 22, 1863.

 

KYLE, WILLIAM H.: Occ. farmer, res. Botetourt Co. Enl. Aug. 19, 1862 at Petersburg for 3 years, age 22. On Daily Duty in Med. Dept. June  1863 through at least Dec. 1864. Extra duty pay as teamster Apr. -June 1864. Rec. and Wayside Hos. July 23,  1864 to Chim, Hos. #5 July 24 with dysentery. Trans. To private quarters July 30, 1864. Ret. to duty Aug. 15, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr.  1865.

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