12th Cavalry Regiment

Surnames F-G

FADELY (FADELEY), MICHAEL: b. 18371 5'6", dark complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 8/29/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. POW captured by 12th Illinois Cav. at Bunker Hill, 9/5/62 (Camp Chase, 9/15/62). To Cairo, Illinois, for exchange, 9/29/62. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at New Market, 4/20/65. Postwar, resident of Rockingham Co.

 FADELY, R.: Listed in Co. K as Pvt. (date and location of enl. not stated). On extra duty as blacksmith, Sept.‑Oct. 1862. No further record.

FADELEY (FADELY) SYLVENIUS E.: b. 4/3/44. enl. 3/1/63 at Woodstock in Co. H as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. d. 9/25/03. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

 FADLEY (FADELEY, FADELY), JOSEPH R.: b. 12/10/38. 5' 9 1/2", fair complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. enl. 8/27/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. On extra duty as Co. Cook, Nov. 1862. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Mt. Jackson, 4/20/65. d. 11/21/12. bur. Grace United Church of Christ, northwest of Mt. Jackson. 

FANSLER, CHRISTOPHER: b. 7/27/44. 5' 9 1/2 ", dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 8/13/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. POW at Mt. Jackson, 12/20/63 (Camp Chase, 12/29/63; Ft. Delaware, 3/17/64). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. Delaware, 6/15/65. d. 11/24/10. bur. Massanutten Cem., Woodstock.

FARNSWORTH, JOHN B.: b. 1845. enl. 7/2/63 at Shepherdstown in Co. D as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Postwar, resident of Summit Point, W.Va. d. 1920. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, Jefferson Co., W.Va.

 FARNSWORTH, LUCIUS B.: b. 1836? 5'10", dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Residence Jefferson Co. POW statement shows him in Co. D as a Pvt. POW at Martinsburg, W.Va., 10/15/63 (Ft. McHenry, 10/18/63; Pt. Lookout, 1/12/63). Exchanged 3/17/64. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 5/8/65.

 FAUGHNDER, DANIEL B.: b. 1840? 5' 7", dark complexion, brown eyes, black hair. enl. 4/17/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. B as Pvt. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded.; date and location not stated. Paroled at Charles Town, W.Va., 4/21/65. d. by 1900.

 FAUGHNDER, FENTON L.: enl. 4/17/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. B as Pvt. Wded. at Brandy Station, 6/9/63. Admitted to Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 6/10/63. Furloughed 30 days beginning 7/18/63. Present Nov./Dec. 1863. Absent wded., Jan/Feb. 1864; battle and date of wound not stated. Present again at 3/31/64 muster. No further record. Surrendered at Lynchburg, April, 1865 (exact date not stated). d. by 1900.

 FAUGHT, JOSIAH P.: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. C as a Pvt. Postwar, resident of Rockingham Co. 

FAVOUR (FAVOR), CHARLES R.: b. 1844? 5' 9 1/2", fair complexion, hazel eyes, black hair. Student. Residence Harford Co. Md. enl. July 16 (no year given) at Orange Court House in Co. F as Pvt. Present Ju.y/Aug. 1863. Oct. 31, 1863 roll says AWOL at Madison Court House since 9/18/63. AWOL Nov./Dec. 1863. Sent from Waynesboro to Staunton hosp., 3/20/64. Trans. to 2nd Md. Cav. (CSA), 4/29/64. POW captured by 2nd N.Y. Cav. in Frederick Co., Va., 5/3/64 (Camp Chase). To City Point for exchange, 2/25/65. Paroled at Winchester, 5/17/65. Parole says destination is Harford Co., Md.

 FAWLEY, JACOB: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. E as a Pvt.

 FEAGANS, (FIGGINS) J. F.: enl. 3/31/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. On extra duty as Cook, Nov. 1862. AWOL Sept./Oct. ľNov--Dec. 1863. No further record.

 FENWICK, IGNATIUS J.: b. 1842? 5'9", dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. enl. 7/9/63 at Charles Town, W.Va., in Co. C as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. Absent on detached service with broken down horse, July/Aug. 1864. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. at Beverly, W.Va., 1/11/65. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65. 

FENWICK, WILLIAM H.: b. 1839? 5'11", fair complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. enl. 719/63 at Charles Town, W.Va, in Co. C as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. Dec. 31, 1863 muster reports him absent sick in hosp. since 11/22/63. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. Absent on detached service with broken down horse, July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/24/65.

 FERGUSON, ABNER: Unofficial source (VSL) says he enl. at Winchester in Co. I as a Pvt. on Feb. 15 (year not stated).

 FERGUSON, ALFRED: b. 5/1/40 in Fauquier Co. 5'10", light complexion, brown eyes, light hair. enl. 9/15/62 at Winchester in Co. I as Pvt. Absent sick, Nov. 1862. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/22/65. Unofficial source says Ferguson served as Chief of Scouts for Capt. (later Col.) O'Farrell. Ferguson caught O'Ferrell when he fell wded. from his horse at Upperville, 6/21/63. Postwar, postmaster in Winchester. M. Maltida P. Settle. Member Turner Ashby Confederate Veteran Camp #22 at Winchester. d. 11/28/11. bur. Mt. Hebron Cem., Winchester.

 FERGUSON, CHARLES: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. C as a Pvt.

 FERN, HENRY: Only record is hosp. statement that says he was admitted into U.S. Gen. Hosp. #1, Frederick, Md. (date not stated). Trans. from Frederick, 9/22/62. No further information.

 FERRY (FURRY), JOHN: b. 1842? 5'10", dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Only record is 4/18/65 parole at Mt. Jackson which shows him in Co. F as a Pvt. 

FERY, WILLIAM: Only record is 4/19/65 parole at Winchester which shows him in Co. F as a Pvt.

 FIFER, JERRY: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. H as a Pvt. d. by 1907.

 FIGGAT, JAMES HENRY HARRISON: Prewar, attended Washington College at Lexington. Teacher and Lawyer at Fincastle. Appointed 1st Lt. in Co. F, 8/29/63. Present Sept/Oct‑‑Nov/Dec. 1863. Signs roll as commanding Co., Sept/Oct‑‑Nov/Dec. 1863. April 30, 1864 roll reports him absent sick since 2/28/64. Present July/Aug. 1864. Inspection Report, Rosser's Brigade, dated 10/25/64, says absent due to wound received 10/25/64. Received compensation for forage for his horse while at Fincastle, 11/10/64‑12/10/64. No further record. Postwar, a lawyer who served in Va. legislature. d. 1896 at Fincastle. bur. Methodist Church Yard, Fincastle.

 FIGGAT, M. T.: b. 1848? 5' 0", fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Only record is 5/27/65 parole at Charleston, W.Va. which lists him in Co. F as Pvt.

FINCHAM, FIDLER: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. G as a Pvt.

 FINCHAM (FINCHUM, FINCHIM), HARRISON: b. 1819? Farmer in Rappahannock Co. Illiterate. enl. 3/31/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. Present on muster roll of Chimborazo #2, 12/31/63. Present in ranks Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. Absent wded., July/Aug. 1864 (battle and date of wound not stated). Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. at Norris Shop. Admitted Chimborazo #2, 6/26/64; gunshot wound in right thigh. Furloughed 60 days. Admitted Chimborazo #4, 11/18/64; gunshot wound in right thigh. Furloughed 60 days beginning 11/22/64. No further record. Postwar, resident of Rappahannock Co.

 FINCHAM, WILLIAM JACK: b. 1828? 5' 10", florid complexion, blue eyes, auburn hair. Farmer in Rappahannock Co. enl. 3/31/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. Sept.‑Oct. 1862 muster says absent sick in hosp. since Aug. 1862. AWOL Nov. 1862. POW in Harrison Co., 4/30/63 (Camp Chase, 5/4/63). Exchanged 5/13/63. AWOL Sept./Oct.‑Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April, 1864. Last entry shows him AWOL, July/Aug. 1864. No further record. 

FITCH, GEORGE K. "BUCK": b. 1845? 6'0", fair complexion, brown eyes, light hair. enl. 5/26/63 at Harrisonburg in Co. H as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864‑ Carelessly lost a Burnside carbine, Nov./Dec. 1863, the price of which ($35.00) was held against his pay. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. Unofficial source (VSL) says he deserted. Paroled at Staunton, 6/12/65,

 FITZGERALD, J. B.: Only record is POW statement which shows him in Co. A as a 1st Lt. POW at Turin, Va., 8/20/63 (Ft. McHenry; Ft. Delaware, 6/19/64). Forwarded to Hilton Head, S.C., 8/20/64. d. at Post Hosp., Ft. Pulaski, Georgia, 11/13/64; chronic diarrhea. 

FITZMEYERS, JACOB: Listed in Co. K. Only record shows him wded. at Upperville, 6/21/63.

 FITZPATRICK, DANIEL: Listed in Co. F rank not stated; date and location of enl. not stated. POW at Luray, 6/30/62 (Old Capitol Prison, 7/26/62); Ft. Monroe, 8/1/62). Exchanged 8/5/62. Absent in Richmond, Nov. 1862. No further record.

 FLANAGAN, WILLIAM McCLANAHAN: b. 5/2/44. enl. 7/5/63 at Shepherdstown, W.Va, in Co. D as Pvt. Only record shows him AWOL, Sept./Oct. 1863. d. 2/22/73. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown. W.Va.

 FLETCHER, HARRY: enl. 1/15/64 at New Market in Co. I as Pvt. Present Jan/Feb‑‑March/April 1864, No further record. 

FLOWER (FLOWERS), FRANKLIN: b. 1829? 5'9", fair complexion, gray eyes, auburn hair. Residence Frederick Co., Va., enl. 3/11/62 at Winchester in Co. C as Pvt. Sept. 30, 1862 roll reports him AWOL since 9/16/62. Present as Co. blacksmith, Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65. 

FLYNN, JAMES A.: enl. March, 1863 at Mt. Jackson in Co. I as Pvt. MWIA at Greenland, Va. during Jones's Western Va. Campaign, 4/25/63.

 FOGG, JOSEPH E.: enl. 1/1/64 at New Market in Co. G as Pvt. Promoted to 4th Corp., July/Aug. 1864. Present Jan./Feb.‑July/ Aug. 1864. No further record.

 FOLTZ GEORGE: b. 3/6/33 in Shenandoah Co. 6'2". fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 4/7/62 at Hawkinstown in Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. AWOL Sept.‑Nov. 1862. Present Sept./Oct.‑Nov./Dec. 1863. AWOL Jan.‑March, 1863. Present at 4/30/64 muster. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Edinburg, 5/4/65. Never married. d. 1/20/20 in Shenandoah Co. bur. Frye Cem. near Mt. Jackson.

 FOLTZ (FULTZ), HARRISON: b. 1830? 6'0", fair complexion, hazel eyes, black hair. enl. 3/21/63 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Absent sick, Sept/Oct‑‑Nov/Dec. 1863. AWOL Jan.‑March, 1864. Present at 4/30/64 muster. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/21/65.

 FOLTZ (FULTZ), ISAAC: b. 8/20/31. 5'11", dark complexion, gray eyes, black hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 6/15/61 at Edinburg in Capt. Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Roan horse appraised at $750 KIA near Upperville, 6/21/63. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Unofficial sources (tombstone inscription and VSL) say KIA at Todd's Tavern, 5/6/64. bur. Foltz Cem. on Rt. 694 near Edinburg.

 FOLTZ JOHN E.: enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863. AWOL since 11/11/63, but present at 12/31/63 muster. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. Wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/6/64. Admitted Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 5/8/64; gunshot wound. Trans. to Gen. Hosp. Staunton, 5/13/64. No further record.

 FOLTZ, JOHN W.; b. 1842? 5'7", dark complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. AWOL Sept./Oct. 1863. Absent sick Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/20/65. 

FOLTZ RAPHAEL: b. 1842? 5'6", fair complexion, gray eyes, black hair. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/21/65.

 FOLTZ ROBERT: enl. 8/1/63 a Woodstock in Car. K as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. Dec. 31, 1863 roll reports him absent since 12/10/63. March 31, 1864 roll reports him AWOL since 3/1/64. Present April, 1864. Wded. 5/16/64, battle not stated. No further record. Unofficial source (VSL) says he served four years.

 FOLTZ WALTER JOSHUA: b. 1845 at Stony Creek, Va. 5' 7 1/2", dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 9/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863. POW at Edinburg, 12/18/63 (Camp Chase, 12/29/64); Ft. Delaware, 3/17/64). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. Delaware, 6/20/65. Postwar, resided at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. just before entering Soldier's Home at Richmond, 7/11/06. Left Soldier's Home at his own request, 8/8/06. Alive in Frederick Co. according to 1926 pension. d. 2/4/31. bur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond. 

FOLTZ WILLIAM A.: b. 1840? 5' 11", dark complexion, dark eyes, dark hair. enl. 4/7/62 at Hawkinstown in Capt. Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. On detail as Teamster, Sept.‑Nov. 1862. Wded. at Upperville, 6/21/63. Absent wded., Sept./Oct.‑Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan/Feb‑‑March/April 1864. Retired to Invalid Corps, 7/27/64; reason not stated. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/20/65. 

FONTAINE, JAMES A.: b. 1839? 5'10", florid complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. Clerk. Residence St. Tarnany Parish, Louisanna. Only record is POW statement which shows him in Co. F as Pvt. POW captured by 1st N.Y. Cav. at Winchester, 4/24/64 (Camp Chase, 5/1/64). d. of measles at Camp Chase, 6/1/64. VSL says bur. at Camp Chase Confederate Cem.

 FORD, JOHN H.: b. 12/29/38 in Frederick Co., Va. 5'9", light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Residence Frederick Co., Va. Appointed 1st Lt. of Co. C, 3/11/62. Appointed Capt. of Co. C, 6/20/62. Wded. in leg and captured at Poolesville, Md., 9/9/62. Still absent, Oct.‑Nov. 1862. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. Wded. in arm at Todd's Tavern, 5/6/64, and sent to hosp. POW in Warren Co., 2/18/65 (Ft. McHenry, 2/22/65). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. McHenry, 5/1/65. Postwar, operated Ford Flour Mill east of Winchester. m. Mary Newton Colston. d. 5/11/21 at 307 South Braddock St., Winchester. bur. Mt. Hebron, Winchester.

 FOREMAN, CHARLES O.: enl. 8/18/61 at Charles Town in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th) as Pvt. Present at 12/31/62 muster. POW at Charles Town, W.Va. 10/7/63 (Ft. McHenry, 10/10/63; Pt. Lookout, 11/2/63). Exchanged 5/3/64. Present July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Postwar, alive in Missouri in 1907. 

FOREMAN, PERRY: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. A as Pvt. Postwar, alive in St. Louis, Missouri in 1907. 

FORSYTHE, WILLIAM D.: b. 1844? 5'7", florid complexion, dark eyes, dark hair. Farmer in Warren Co. Listed in Co. E as Pvt(date and location of enl. not stated). POW near Winchester, 5/25/62; no Federal records confirm. Nov. 1862 muster reports him absent sick since 5/25/62. POW captured by 1st N.Y. Cav. at Strasburg, 3/6/63 (Camp Chase, 3/11/63). Released 3/23/63 not stated if he was paroled, exchanged, or if he took the Oath. No further record. Postwar, resident of Winchester. d. by 1907.

 FOX, JAMES W‑, b. 4/3/39. enl. 2/15/62 at Martinsburg in Co. F as Pvt. Present July/Aug. 1863‑March/April 1864. Last entry for July/Aug. 1864 shows him AWOL since 7/1/64. No further record. d. 7/12/13 in Clarke Co. bur. Rest United Methodist Church, Rt. 11, north of Clearbrook, Frederick Co., Va.

 FOX, SIDNEY. enl. Oct. 1 (year not stated) at Woodstock in Co. E as Pvt. Dec. 31, 1863 roll reports him AWOL since 10/1/63. Black horse appraised at $390 KIA near Todd's Tavern, 11/29/63. No further record.

 FRALEY, DAVID D.: b. 7/26/40. Farm laborer in Jefferson Co. Unofficial sources say he served in this Regt. Jefferson Co. Confederate Veteran Camp #123 records show him as a Pvt. in Co. A. Fraley's tombstone inscription says he served in Co. D. Postwar, referred to as "a one‑legged Confederate soldier." Resident of Molar's Crossroads, Jefferson Co., W.Va. d. 12/2/06. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

 FRALEY, JOHN JAMES. b. 7/30/28. enl. 3/17/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. d. 6/18/05. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

 FRANK, JOSEPH F.: enl. 4/15/62 in Co. H as Pvt. Only record is death claim settlement, His wife Mary paid $138.80, 10/6/63. Claim filed 9/24/62. d. 6/28/62. bur. Bank Mennonite Church Cem., Hinton.

 FRANKLIN, JOHN R.: b. 1840? 5'6", fair complexion, gray eyes, light hair. Residence Rockingham Co. enl. 8/27/62 at Harrisonburg in John Blackford's Co. of Partisans as Pvt. Later incorporated into Co. H. Under arrest, Sept./Oct. 1863; reason not stated. Restored to duty by order of Colonel, 12/23/63. Absent sick at hosp., Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. Absent sick at Harrisonburg, July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Staunton, 5/1/65.

 FRANKUM (FRANKHAM), WALTER J.; enl. 8/27/62 at Harrisonburg in John Blackford's Co. of Partisans as Pvt. Later incorporated into Co. H. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑Nov./Dec. 1863. AWOL Jan./Feb. 1864. Present March/April‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Unofficial source says he was a blacksmith during the war. bur. Arlington National Cem., Arlington.

 FRAZIER, GEORGE B.: enl. 3/1/63 at Harrisonburg in Co. F as Pvt. Present July/Aug. 1863‑4/29/64, when reported AWOL at Waynesboro. Last entry shows him absent on horse detail since 8/15/64. No further record. 

FRAZIER, JAMES. b. 1823? Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. D as Pvt. Shepherdstown Register casuality list (9/23/65) says he d. Aug. 1863 at Brucetown; cause not stated.

 FRAZIER, WILLIAM C.: b. 5/13/43 in Loudoun Co. 5'10", fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. enl. 1/1/62 at Charles Town in Co. B as Sgt. Absent on scout, Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. No further record. Paroled at New Market, 5/6/65. Never married. d. 4/13/27 at his home at Summit Point, W.Va. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va. 

FREDERICK, DAVID N.: enl. 8/27/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Only record is hosp. statement. Admitted Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, Aug. 1863. d. 9/2/63; typhoid fever.

 FREDERICK, PHILIP E.: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. K as Pvt.

 FREEMAN, JOHN J.: b. 10/2/42. enl. 3/31/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. Nov. 1862 muster shows him AWOL since Aug. 1862. Absent sick, Sept./Oct.‑Nov./Dec. 1863. No further record. Postwar, attended 1920 Culpeper Reunion of 12th Va. Cav. d. 4/18/30. bur. Cedar Run Baptist Cem., Culpeper Co.

 FRENCH, JAMES HANSON: b. 1/16/24. enl. 8/3 or 9/22/63 at Culpeper in Co. E as Pvt. Wded. at Jack's Shop, 9/22/63. Absent wded., Sept./Oct.‑Nov./Dec. 1863. Detailed hosp. nurse, 1/19/64. Present at Gen. Hosp. Gordonsville, May, 1864‑Jan. 1865. No further record. Paroled at Richmond, 5/10/65. d. 8/3/197. bur. Prospect Hill Cem., Front Royal.

 FRITH, JOHN W.: enl. 9/5 or 9/18/62 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Later appears as Q.M. Sgt. Present at 12/31/62 muster. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. Deserter who turned himself over to the 12th Pa. Cav. at Smithfield, W.Va., 3/5/65. No further record. d. by 1907.

 FRY (FRYE), ERASMUS: b. 1841? 5' 8", dark complexion, hazel eyes, light hair. enl. 4/7/62 at Hawkinstown in Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Bay horse appraised at $390 KIA at Berryville, 11/29/62. POW at Berryville, 11/29/62 (Old Capitol Prison, 12/3/62). To City Point for exchange, 3/29/63. Present

 Sept./Oct.‑March/April 1864. Wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/5/64. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/21/65. d. 5/20/21 in Shenandoah Co.

 FRY, GEORGE A.: enl. 9/21/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Absent sick, Nov. 1862. AWOL 9/18/63; and reported as deserted.

 Dropped from the roll, Dec. 1863. No further record.

 FRY, JAMES C.: 5'4", dark complexion, blue eyes, black hair. Residence Rappahannock Co. enl. 3/31/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. Nov. 1862 muster says AWOL in Rappahannock Co. since 11/20/62. Absent sick, Sept./Oct. 1863. Deserted along the Rappahannock River, 1/1/3/63 (Old Capitol Prison, 11/21/63). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 3/18/64. Sent to Philadelphia. 

FRY, JESSE PUGH: b. 10/17/42 at Marlboro, Va. 5'5", florid complexion, brown hair (eye color not stated). enl. 3/11/62 at Winchester in Co. C as Pvt. Dec. 31, 1863 muster says AWOL since 10/1/63. AWOL excused by Colonel. Present Jan./Feb.‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/20/65. Postwar, post office Meadow Mills, Va. d. 6/2/21 at Strasburg. bur. Riverview Cem., Strasburg.

 FRY, JOSEPH DANIEL: b. 10/2/46. 6'0", dark complexion, black eyes, dark hair. Residence Jefferson Co. Only record is 4/22/65 parole at Winchester which shows him in Co. B. m. Nannie Pierce in 1866. d. 1/11/99. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, Jefferson Co., W.Va.

 FRY, JOHN E.: E.: b   1843? 5'8", fair complexion, gray eyes, light hair. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. AWOL Nov. 1862. Absent sick, Sept./Oct. 1863. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑Jan/Feb. 1864. March 31, 1864 roll says AWOL since 3/1/64. Present at 4/30/64 muster. Absent on horse detail, 8/16/64. No further record. Paroled at Mt. Jackson, 4/20/65.

 FRY, WILLIAM: 5'6", light complexion, light eyes, light hair. Illiterate. enl. 4/19/64 at Hawkinstown in Co. F as Pvt. Absent with leave at 4/30/64 muster. Last entry for July/Aug. 1864 shows him AWOL since 5/15/64. No further record.

 FRY, WILLIAM M.: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. K as Pvt.

 FRYE, MARSHALL R.: enl. 3/11/62 at Winchester in Co. C as Pvt. POW (date and location not stated) who was exchanged in Aug. 1862. Last entry for March/April 1864 says he deserted, 7/25/63. No further record.

 FUGGITT, JOHN: Listed in Co. C as Pvt. Only record for Sept. 1862 says he never reported.

 FUGITT (FUGETT), GEORGE: Residence Frederick Co., Va. enl. 6/6/62 at Harrisonburg in Co. C as Pvt. Sept. 1862 muster says AWOL since 9/1/62. Accusted of stealing horse from Jackson Robinson of Martinsburg, 9/20/62. Sick Oct. 1862. AWOL since 5/30/63. POW at Winchester, 9/1/63 (Ft. McHenry, 9/6/63; Pt. Lookout, 10/26/64). Exchanged 1/17/65. At Camp Lee near Richmond, 1/26/65. No further record.

 FUNKHOUSER, DAVID E.: enl. 6/17/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. AWOL Sept.‑Oct. 1862. Nov. 30,1862 muster says not seen since the 11/29/62 fight at Berryville. Wded. at Upperville, 6/21/63. Absent from wound, Sept/Oct. 1863‑Jan./Feb. 1864. Present March/April 1864. Last entry shows him AWOL, July/Aug. 1864. No further record. 

FUNKHOUSER, MONROE: b. 1/9/38 near Mt. Jackson. 5'5", dark complexion, gray eyes. black hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 4/1/62 at Hawkinstown in Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Appointed 1st Lt. in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav., 8/15/62. Present Sept./Oct. 1862. Present and signs roll as commanding Co., Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Edinburg, 5/4/65. d. 6/5/27 at Woodstock. bur. Massanutten Cem., Shenandoah Co. 

FUNKHOUSER, SAMUEL B.: enl. 7/16/61 at Edinburg in Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. On detail as provost guard, Sept./Oct. 1863. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. 

FURLEY (FIRLEY), JOHN L.: enl. 10/21/61 at Charles Town in Baylor's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. B of 12th Cav.) Present at 1/1/62 muster. Absent wded. Oct/Nov. 1862. battle and date not stated. POW at Leitersburg, Md., 7/6/63 (Ft. McHenry, 7/7/63; Ft. Delaware; date not stated; Pt. Lookout, 10/27/63). Exchanged 4/27/64. Admitted to Chimborazo #3, 5/1/64; chronic rheumatism. Furloughed 30 days beginning 5/6/64. No further record. 

FURREY, MARTIN LUTHER: b. 1839. 5'6", dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 7/17/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/18/65. Postwar, resident of Kearneysville, W.Va. d. 1920. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va. 

GALL, GEORGE. Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. D as a Pvt. VSL also says wded., date and battle not stated.

 GALLAGHER, EDWARD: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. B as Pvt. d. by 1900.

 GALLAGHER, JAMES N.: b. 5/2/41. 6'1 ", fair complexion, black eyes, red hair. Printer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A of 2nd Va. Inf. as Corp. To Pvt. 8/31/61. Wded. at Port Republic, 6/9/62. No further infantry record. enl. 10/22/62 at Charles Town in Co. B of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Present Nov./Dec. 1863. AWOL Jan./Feb. 1864. Furloughed 30 days, 3/1/64. Present April, 1864. Unofficial source (Saylor) says he participated in the attack on Charles Town, W.Va., on 3/13/65. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65. d. 2/25/85. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

 GALLAGHER, J. SHANNON: Unofficial source (Baylor) says he served in Co. B and participated in attack on Charles Town, W.Va., 3/13/65. d. by 1900.

 GALLAVANT, A. G.: Only record is Federal POW statement that says he was a Rebel deserter received in Washington, D.C. from Pt. Lookout, 6/23/65. Transportation furnished to Duffields Depot, Jefferson Co., W.Va.

 GANOR, WILLIAM: Only records are POW statements which show him in Co. A as Pvt. POW captured by 1 st N.Y. Cav. at Berryville, 5/26/63 (Ft.McHenry, 6/3/63). Sent to Ft. Monroe for exchange, 6/3/63. POW near Shepherdstown, W.Va., 4/4/65 (Old Capitol Prison, 4/8/65; Elmira, 5/11/65). No further record. 

GARBER, DANIEL: Resident of Rockingham Co. enl. 3/14/62 at Woodstock in Co. H as Sgt. Wded. 8/30/62 near Manassas. Absent at home unfit for duty, Sept.‑Nov. 1862. Wded. at Warrenton Springs, 10/12/63. Present Nov./Dec. 1863. Absent sick Jan./Feb. 1864. Present March/April‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Surrendered at Appomattox, 4/9/65.

 GARBER, THOMAS M.: b. 6/12/46. Listed in Co. I as Pvt. (date and location of enl. not stated). Regimental Color Bearer, Nov. 1862. KIA as Regt. Color Bearer at Upperville, 6/21/63. bur. Thornrose Cem., Staunton.

 GARDNER, JOSEPH E‑ b. Frederick Co., Va. Unofficial source (UDC application) says he served in Co. C of 12th Cav. and in Co. E, 23rd Va. Cav. d. 1/14/33 at Winchester.

 GARRETT, ROBERT M.: 5'9", dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Residence Warren Co. enl. 10/1 (year not stated) at Charles Town in Co. E as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. AWOL Nov./Dec. 1863. Absent on detail, Jan./Feb. 1864. On detail as Brigade Teamster, March/April 1864. POW at Mt. Jackson, March 1, 2, or 5, 1865 (Ft. Delaware, 3/12/65). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. Delaware, 6/20/65. Postwar, alive in Galveston, Texas, in 1907.

 GARRISON, LEWIS: enl. 2/26/62 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Only record shows him present at 12/31/62 muster. d. by 1907.

 GARRISON, THOMAS M.: 6'6" or 5'6"; light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Student. Residence Charles Town. Only record is POW statement which shows him in Co. B as Pvt. POW captured by 1 st N.Y. Cav. at Charles Town, 12/24/62 (Camp Chase, 1/3/63). Released 3/18/63; not stated whether by exchange, parole, or by Oath. 

GAULT, CYRUS, JR.: enl. 9/1/62 in Maryland in Co. F as Pvt. Present July/Aug. 1863. Dec. 31, 1863 muster says AWOL since 12/1/63. Present March/April 1864. Trans. to 2nd Md. Cav. Battalion (CSA), 4/29/64.

 GAUNT (GANT), ANDREW: enl. 2/25/64 at Mt. Meridian in Co. G as Pvt. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. d. at Gen. Hosp. #1, Lynchburg, 6/8/64; gunshot wound. Date of wound not stated. bur. Old Methodist Cem. (City Cem.), Lynchburg. 

GAUNT, WILLIAM MARSHALL, b. 2/17/48. Unofficial source (UDC application) says he served in Co. G. Same source says enl. 2/28/65 in Rappahannock Co. Absent on horse detail beginning 4/1/65. d. 12/12/37 at Boyce, Clarke Co‑ bur. Mt. Hebron Cem., Winchester.

 GAY, HENRY L.: b. 1827? 5' 3", fair complexion, brown eyes, dark hair. Only record is 5/8/65 parole at Harrisonburg which shows him in Co. F as Pvt.

 GAY, JAMES: b. 1825? 5'1", dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. enl. 3/17/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D as Pvt. POW in Loudoun Co., 9/6/63 (Ft, McHenry, 9/6/63; Pt. Lookout, 7/21/64). To Alken's Landing, Va. for exchange, 9/18/64, Admitted Chimborazo #5, 9/22/64; scrobutis. Furloughed 40 days beginning 9/27/64. No further record. Paroled at Mt. Jackson, 4/18/65. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

 GAY, THOMAS: Only record is POW statement which shows him in Co, D as Pvt. POW captured "while on my way to Harpers Ferry to give myself up." (Ft. McHenry). Rebel conscript who desires to take oath, 12/3/63.

 GAYNOR (GAINOR), PATRICK: b. 1844. 6'1", dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. enl‑ 6/2//61 at Charles Town in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. Elected 4th Corp., 10/28/61. Present Nov./Dec. 1861. Present at 12/31/62 muster. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. Dec. 31, 1863 roll says AWOL since 12/29/63. Present Jan./Feb.‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Charles Town, W.Va., 4/25/65. Postwar, entered Soldier's Home at Richmond, 5/25/11. d. 7/13/19 at Soldier's Home at Richmond. bur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond. 

GEARY, JAMES: Listed in Co. D as Pvt. (date and location of enl. not stated). Only record is 10/31/62 roll which shows him absent sick since 8/1/62. 

GEISHING (GHEISHING), GEISLING), JAMES L.: Listed in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.); date and location of enl, not stated. Elected 1st Corp., 10/28/61. No further record.

 GEISHING (GHEISHING), (GEISLING), HARRISON: enl. 9/18/61 at Duffields for 12 months in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. Present Nov./Dec. 1861. No further record. Alive in Ellicott City, Md., in 1907. 

GETZ T. J.: enl. 4/19/64 at Waynesboro in Co. F as Pvt. Absent at 4/30/64 muster, Present July/Aug. 1864. No further record. 

GIBSON, JOHN: b. 1817? 5'6", fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, dark whiskers. Farmer in Frederick Co., Va. Only record is POW statement that shows him in Co. C as Pvt. POW in Frederick Co., Va., 2/23/64 (Camp Chase, 3/4/64; Ft. Delaware, 3/14/64). Paroled 9/18.64. No further record.

 GIBSON, WILLIAM HURST: b. 10/18146. 5'9", dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Farmer in Jefferson Co. Attended Virginia Military Institute six weeks. enl. 6/1/62 at Charles Town in Co. B as Pvt. POW in Buchannon Co., Va., 6/7/62 (Camp Chase, 7/3/62). Sent to Vicksburg, Mississippi, for exchange, 8/25/62. POW captured by 6th W.Va. Cav. in Clarke Co., 6/7/64. Camp Chase, 6/17/64; listed as "guerilla, bushwacker, horse thief." Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Camp Chase, 6/10/65. Postwar, farmer and salesman. Killed in railroad accident, 10/28/01. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

 GILLOCK, JOHN: Only record is POW statement which shows him in Co. F as Pvt. POW at Relay House, Md., 4/5/64 (Ft. McHenry, 5/15/64). Released 5/30/64; not stated whether by exchange, parole, or oath.

 GILMER (GILMORE), JAMES W.: b. 1825. enl. 3/10 or 4/15/62 at Bridgewater in Co. H as Pvt, On detail as wagoner, Sept./Nov. 1862. Absent sick at hosp., 6/10/63. Last entry for March/April 1864 shows him still absent and dropped from the rolls for prolonged AWOL. No further record. Postwar, lived in Roark, Missouri, before being admitted to Missouri Confederate Home, Higginsville, 11/11/97. d. 1910. bur. Confederate Memorial Cem., Row 1, Grave 16, Higginsville, Missouri.

 GILMOR, HARRY W.: b. 1/24/38 in Baltimore. 6' 3/4", dark complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Prewar, lived in Wisconsin and Nebraska. enl. 8/31/61 in Co. G of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. To Capt., Co. F, 12th Va. Cav., 3/27/62. Requested authority to raise a battalion of Md. Cav. in the Valley of Virginia, 5/7/63. Permission granted, and Gilmor became Maj., 2nd Md. Cav. Battalion, 5/27/63. POW near Reisterstown, Md., 9/12/62 (Ft. McHenry, 9/14/62). Released by order of Gen. Wool, 12/6/62, in charge of his father to await exchange. Exchanged at Ft. Monroe, 2/13/63. Began his service as Maj. of 2nd Md. Cav., June, 1863. Next record shows him a POW at Moorefield, W.Va., 2/4/65 (Ft. Warren, Boston Harbor, Massachusetts). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. Warren, 7/24/65. Postwar, author of Four Years in the Saddle (1866); Baltimore City Police Commissioner, 1874‑1879. d. 3/4/83 at Baltimore. bur. Loudoun Park Cem., Baltimore, Md.

 GILMOR, GRAHAM: b. 1842? in Baltimore, Md. 5'8", fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. enl. 2/22/62 at Martinsburg in Co. F as Pvt. Present July/Aug. 1863. Dec. 31, 1863 roll says AWOL since, 9/18/63 in Madison Co. Absent on sick furlough at 3/31/64 muster. Admitted to Staunton hosp., 4/18/64. Trans. to 2nd Md. Cav. Battalion (CSA), 4/29/64. No further record. 

GILMOR, RICH: enl. 2/15/62 at Bartonsville in Co. F as Pvt. Absent sick at Gen. Hosp. #1 Lynchburg, Ju.y/Aug. 1863. Oct. 31, 1863 roll reports him AWOL in Madison Co. since 9/18/63. No further record.

 GILMORE, ALGERNON: Unofficial source (VSL) says he enl. in Rockingham Co. and served in Co. H as a Pvt.

 GINN, CHARLES L. (or H.) b. 8/18/37 at Winchester. Lawyer. Unofficial source says he enl. 4/18/61 at Winchester in Co. F, 2nd Va. Inf., as a Pvt. Official records show him AWOL Sept./Oct. 1861. No further infantry record. enl. 8/13/62 at Orange Court House in Co. C, 12th Va. Cav., as a Pvt. Last entry for March/April 1863 shows him AWOL since 10/1/63 and dropped from the rolls. No further record. Postwar, lawyer in Frederick Co., Md., 1865‑1869. d. 7/6107 at Hampton, Va. bur, Mt. Hebron Cem., Winchester.

 GINN, M.: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. C as a Pvt. Living at Nervalla, Oklahoma in 1918.

 GLAIZE, HENRY WILLIAM: b. 1833. 5'10", dark complexion, black eyes, black hair. Residence near Winchester. enl. 5/25/63 at Harrisonburg in Co. C as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. Wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/5/64, and sent to hosp. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 5/1/65. Postwar, member of Turner Ashby Confederate Veteran Camp #22 at Winchester. d. 10/26/1900. bur. Mt. Hebron Cem., Winchester.

 GLASSFORD, WILLIAM ALEX‑ b. 10/17/39. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 9/25/61 in Baylor's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. B of 12th). Never reported to duty, 9/25/61‑1/1/62. enl. 2/22 or 2/26/62 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Present at 12/31/62 muster. Present Sept./Oct. 1863,July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Surrendered at Appomattox, 4/9/65. d. 1/19/96. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

 GLEN (GLINN), WILLIAM Y. (G.) enl. 5/25/62 at Staunton in Co. F as Pvt. POW (location and date of capture not stated) at Ft. Monroe for exchange, 10/2/62. Absent at Newtown, Nov. 1862. Last entry for Sept./Oct. 1863 says AWOL since Aug., 1863 at Harrisonburg. No further record.

 GLENN, JAMES W.: b. 1/10/32. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 6/22/61 at Charles Town in Henderson's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th). Elected 1st Lt., 10/28/61. Appointed Capt. of Co. A, 5/10/62. Dec. 31, 1862 muster reports he received a two week furlough about 6/20/62, and had not returned to the Co. since then. Resigned 1/12/63; reason not stated. POW (location and date of capture not stated) at Ft. Delaware, 4/20/63. Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. Delaware, 4/24/63. No further record. Postwar, resident of Shenandoah Junction, W.Va. d. 11/27/07. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

 GLOVER, J. H.: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. H as a Pvt.

 GLOVER, MADISON: b. 1816. enl. 4/15 (date not stated) at Harrisonburg in Co. H as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863. On detail driving regimental teams, Nov./Dec. 1863. Jan./Feb. 1864 roll reports him AWOL since 2/25/64. Present March/April 1864. Wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/6/64, and sent to Harrisonburg hosp. No further record. Postwar, entered Soldier's Home at Richmond, 11/27/85. d. 11/27/88 at Soldier's Home, Richmond.

 GOLLADAY, JAMES M.: b. 8/18/39. 6'0", fair complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. enl. 9/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Absent in Shenandoah Co. in Nov. 1862 to recruit his horse. Present Sept./Oct. 1863, Absent sick, Nov/Dec. 1863. Present Jan/Feb‑‑March/April 1864. On detail as provost guard beginning 4/28/64. Wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/5/64, and still absent July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65. d. 3/17/13. bur. Greenhill Cem., Stephens City.

 GOLLADAY, STROTHER: b. 1838? 6'0", dark complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. enl. 9/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. Absent sick Nov,/Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. Last entry for July/Aug. 1864 shows him AWOL. No further record. Paroled at New Market, 4/20/65. Census says alive in Frederick Co., Va., in 1910.

 GONIS, WIDSON: Only record is hosp. statement which shows him in Co. C as Pvt. Admitted Chimborazo #4, 2/21/65; chronic diarrhea. Furloughed 30 days beginning 3/2/65.

 GOOD, ABRAHAM: b. 1/8/43. 5'8", fair complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Illiterate. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct, 1863‑July/Aug. 1864: No further record. Paroled at Mt. Jackson, 4/20/65. d. 1/25/26 in Shenandoah Co. bur. Soloman's Church Cem. near Forestville, Shenandoah Co.

GOOD, JEREMIAH: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. K as Pvt.

 GOOD, SYLVENUS: b. 12/11/42. 5'6", fair complexion, gray eyes, light hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 4/7/62 at Hawkinstown in Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Absent sick, Sept.‑Nov. 1862. Wded. at Warrenton Springs, 10/11/63. POW near Culpeper, 10/11/63. Arm amputated at Federal hosp. at Culpeper by surgeon of 9th N.Y. Inf., date not stated. First prison record shows him admitted to Old Capitol Prison hosp., 3/19/64; amputated right femur. To Carroll Prison U.S. Gen. Hosp., 5/16/64. Discharged 7/23/64 and sent to Elmira. To Point Lookout, 10/14/64. Exchanged 10/29/64. No further record. Paroled at Edinburg, 5/4/65. d. 10/12/10. bur. Pleasant View Memorial Gardens Cem., near Edinburg.

 GOODWIN, JAMES G.: b. 1832? 5'8", fair complexion, hazel eyes, auburn hair. Discharged 5/15/62 according to "Register of Payments to Discharged Soldiers." Only other record is 5/1/65 parole at Staunton which shows him in Co. D as Pvt. 

GOODWIN, W. K.: Only record is hosp. statement which shows him in Co. K as Pvt. Chimborazo #5 register says "List of convalescents to be transferred to Convalescent Camp." No further information.

GORDON, ABRAHAM: b. 1/13/34. 5' 8", light complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Residence Frederick Co. near Winchester. enl. 12/1/62 at Charles Town in Co. B as Pvt. Wded. at Upperville, 6/2//63. Present Nov./Dec. 1863. Absent sick, Jan./Feb. 1864. Absent on provost duty at 3/31/64 muster. Unofficial source (Baylor) says wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/5/64. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 5/2/65. Wife Alberta Gertrude Gordon. d. 10/30/98 at New York City. bur. Galilee Christian Church, Rt. 661, Frederick Co., Va. 

GORE, JOSHUA T.: b. 1845. 5'4", light complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Residence Warren Co. Only record is 4/22/65 parole at Winchester which shows him in Co. I as Pvt. Unofficial source (VSL) says enl. 9/1/64. Postwar, resident of Fauquier Co. d. 12/21/18. bur. Cornwell Cem., Orleans, near Crest Hill, Fauquier Co.

 GOWL (GOWRL), ADAM J.: b. 10/18/45. 5'5", fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Only record is 5/19/65 parole at Staunton which shows him in Co. H as Pvt. d. 12/28/33 in Rockingham Co. bur. Green Mount Brethren Church Cem., Rt. 722, Rockingham Co.

 GOWL, DANIEL H.: b. 7/40/40. 5'7", fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. enl. 4/15 (year not stated) at Harrisonburg in Co. H as Pvt. Wded. at Brandy Station, 6/9/63. Admitted Chimborazo #1 with gunshot wound. Furloughed 40 days beginning 6/24/63. Absent at hosp. Nov./Dec. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. Last entry reports him on light duty at Harrisonburg hosp., Ju.y/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Staunton, 5/19/65. d. 7/29/08. bur. Weaver's Mennonite Church Cem. on Rt. 33 west of Harrisonburg.

 GOWL, PETER S.: b. 1843? 5'7", light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. enl. 4/15 (year not stated) at Harrisonburg in Co. H as Pvt. POW near Culpeper, 9/14/63 (Old Capitol Prison, 9/15/63; Pt. Lookout, 9/26/63; Elmira, 8/18/64). Trans. for exchange, 3/10/65. No further record. Paroled at Staunton, 5/19/65.

 GOWL, WILLIAM: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. H as a Pvt.

 GRAHAM, JOHN: Only record is a "Register of Refugees and Rebel Deserters" which lists him as a Pvt. Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 4/6/65. 

GRANDSTAFF, ALONZO F.: b. 1843. 5' 7", fair complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 5/10/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Corp. On detail with provost guard at Brigade HQ, Sept/Oct. 1863. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑Jan./Feb. 1864. March 31, 1864 roll reports him absent on detached service since 3/20/64. Present July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Edinburg, 5/4/65. d. 1916. bur. New Mt. Jackson Cem., Mt. Jackson.

 GRANDSTAFF, BRANSOME (BRANSON): enl. 4/15 (year not stated) at Keezletown in Co. H as Pvt. Absent on detail at horse hosp., Sept./Oct. 1863. Present Nov./Dec. 1863. Jan./Feb. 1864 roll reports him AWOL since 2/18/64. Present March/April‑‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. d. by 1907.

 GRANDSTAFF, GEORGE J.: b. 5/31/39. 5'7", fair complexion, gray eyes, light hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 4/5/62 at Hawkinstown in Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. Appointed Capt. of Co. K, 8/15/62. Present Sept.‑Nov. 1862. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (W. L. Wilson) says Grandstaff commanded the Regt. after the death of Major Knott on 4/6/65. Paroled at Edinburg, 5/4/65. Postwar, clerk in Washington, D.C. Held these positions in Shenandoah Co. ‑ Deputy Sheriff; Commissioner of Revenue; Va. House of Delegates, 1881‑1883. m. Anna R. Matthews. Participated in 1884 parade of veterans at Staunton. d. 8/12/92 at Edinburg. bur. Cedarwood Cem. near Edinburg. 

GRANDSTAFF, JACOB F.: b. 10/20/31, 5'9", fair complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 4/5/62 at Hawkinstown in Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. AWOL Sept,‑Nov. 1862. Absent sick Sept./Oct.‑Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑July/Aug. 1864. Detailed as courier for court martial, March/April 1864. No further record. Paroled at Edinburg, 5/4/65. d. 9/27/90. bur. Lantz‑Bowman Cem., near Edinburg.

 GRANDSTAFF, PHILIP BROADUS: b. Shenandoah Co. enl. 5/23/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct‑Nov/Dec. 1863. MWIA at Moorefield, late Jan., 1864. d. 2/15/64.

 GRANDSTAFF, PRESLEY H.: b. 1838. 5'5", dark complexion, black eyes, black hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Edinburg in Co. C of 10th Va. Inf. as Pvt. Wded. at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. Absent at home recuperating from wound, Aug.‑Nov. 1861. Returned to duty, 12/20/61. Present Jan./Feb‑March/April 1862. Deserted to Cav., 6/2/62. enl. 8/13/62 at Woodstock in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Detailed as part of provost guard at Brigade HQ, Sept./Oct. 1863. Absent sick, Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Edinburg, 5/4/65. d. 1914. bur. Old Edinburg Cem., Edinburg. 

GRANDSTAFF, ROBERT HENRY: b. 2/18/35. enl. 818/62 at Woodstock in Co. K as Pvt. AWOL Sept./Oct. 1862. Detailed as part of provost guard at Brigade HQ, Sept./Oct. 1863. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑Jan/Feb. 1864. March 31, 1864 roll reports him AWOL since 3/4/64. Present at 4/30/64   muster. Last entry shows him AWOL, July/Aug. 1864. No further record. d. 8/13/13. bur. Old Edinburg Cem., Edinburg.

 GRANT, C. P.: Only record is Register of Medical Director's Office (Richmond) which lists him under "Transfers to Private Quarters" beginning 12/8 (no year stated). Listed in Co. I as Sgt.

 GRANTHAM, JOHN S.: b. 11/25/28. 5'6", dark complexion, black eyes, black hair. Residence Smithfield, Jefferson Co. enl. 5/25/62 at Charles Town in Co, B as Pvt. AWOL Nov/Dec. 1863. Absent sick Jan/Feb‑March/April 1864. POW at Smithfield, Jefferson Co., W.Va. 12/25/64 (Pt. Lookout, 1/3/65). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Pt. Lookout, 6/27/65. Postwar, resident of Middleway, Jefferson Co., W.Va. d. 5/4/01. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, W.Va.

 GREEN, A. F.: Unofficial source (VSL) says he enl. Sept. 1864 in Co. G as a Pvt. Postwar, resident of Rappahannock Co.

 GREEN, CASPER W.: Residence Warren Co. enl. 4/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Pvt. On detail in Brigade Ordnance Dept., Nov. 1862 On detail in Brigade Ordnance Dept., Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Surrendered at Appomattox, 4/9/65.

 GREEN, EDWARD AUGUSTUS: b. 10/22/36. 6'0", fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Residence Front Royal. m. Elizabeth L. Leary in 1855. enl. 9/25/62 at Charles Town in Co. E as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863. Absent Nov/Dec. 1863. Present Jan/Feb. 1864. Absent with leave beginning 3/24/64. Present April 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/29/65. d. 11/12/18 at Front Royal. bur. Prospect Hill Cem., Front Royal.

 GREEN, JAMES: enl. 1/23/64 at New Market in Co. G as Pvt. Present Jan/Feb. 1864. d. at hosp. at Gordsonville, 3/14/64; acute dysentary.

 GREEN, R. M.: enl. 2/16/62 at Martinsburg in Co. F as Pvt. POW at Frederick, Md., 7/4/63 (Ft. Delaware; then to Pt. Lookout, 10/27/63). Exchanged 5/3/64. Admitted Chimborazo #3, 5/8/64; acute diarrhea and pneumonia. Furloughed 30 days beginning 5/18/64. Last entry for July/Aug. 1864 shows him AWOL. No further record.

 GRIGSBY, ELIJAH: b. 1845? 6'3", dark complexion, brown eyes, light hair. Farmer in Rappahannock Co. enl. 3/31/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. Sept.‑Oct. 1862 rolls says absent sick since June, 1862. Wded. 4/25/63 in leg at Greenland during Jones' western Va. Raid. POW in Harrison Co., 5/1/63 (Camp Chase, 5/6/63). Exchanged 5/13/63. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. AWOL Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan/Feb‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record.

 GRIM, GEORGE W.: Only record is POW statement which shows him as Pvt. in this Regt. POW confined at Ft. McHenry, 8/29/62 (date and location of capture not stated). Exchanged 10/2/62. No further information.

 GRIM, JACOB F.. b. 1835? 5'9", dark complexion, black eyes, black hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 6/15/61 at Edinburg in Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Sept./Oct. 1863 roll says AWOL since 7/25/63. POW at Strasburg, 12/13/63 (Camp Chase, 12/18/63; ft. Delaware, 3/17/64). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. Delaware, 6/8/65.

 GROTZ, JOHN (JONATHAN): Only record is POW statement which shows him in Co. G or C as Pvt. POW at Piedmont, 6/5/64 (Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana, 6/2//64). Sick at Morton Island, 2/26/65. Trans. for exchange, 3/15/65. No further record.

 GROVE, JAMES H.: b. 11/26/33. 5' 10", fair complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Residence Rockingham Co. enl. 3/22/64 at Brownsburg in Co. C as Pvt. Present March/April‑July/Aug. 1864, although reported sick in July/Aug. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 6/15/65. d. 11/19/65. bur. Mt. Hebron Cem., Winchester.

 GROVE, JOSHUA M.: b. 12/31/38. Unofficial source (tombstone inscription) says he served in Co. C d. 1/14/63. bur. Stonewall Jackson Cem., Lexington, Va.

 GROVE, LEWIS HENRY: enl. 2/1/62 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. POW near Harpers Ferry, 10/9/62 (Ft. McHenry, 10/13/62). Paroled 10/13/62. Roll for Sept./Oct. 1863 reports him AWOL since Sept. Last entry says he deserted 12/10/63. No further record. Unofficial source (McDonald) says KIA; battle and date not stated.

 GROVE, W. E.: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. H as a Pvt

 GROVE, WILLIAM H_ b. 1835? 5'9", fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. enl. 3/8/62 at Bridgewater in Co. H as Pvt. Wded. 5/23/62, and still absent sick from wound, Sept/Oct. 1862. Present as Co. Cook, Nov. 1862. Admitted Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 8/9/63; typhoid fever. Trans. to Gen. Hosp. Lynchburg, 9/21/63. Still absent sick at 10/31/63 muster. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑Jan/Feb. 1864. Trans. to Breathed's Co. Va. Horse Artillery, 4/22/64. Present 4/30‑8/31/64. No further record. Paroled at Staunton, 5/15/65.

 GROVER, CHARLES: Listed in Co. F, rank not stated (date and location of enl. not stated). Only record shows him absent at Winchester, Nov. 1862.

 GRUBBS, JAMES ASHBY: b. 1819 in Warren Co. Unofficial source (UDC application, Chapter 17) says he served in Co. I. d. Warren Co.

 GRUBBS, JAMES: 6'0", light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Residence Warren Co. enl. 4/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Sgt. Absent sick, Nov. 1862. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. Unofficial source (L.V. Hale) says wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/5/64. Wded. in left arm and upper third left leg at High Bridge, 4/6/65. POW at Amelia Court House, 4/6/65. Admitted to U.S. 5th Army Corps hosp. at City Point, 4/14/65. To Lincoln Gen. Hosp. at Washington, D.C., 4/23/65. Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Lincoln Gen. Hosp., 6/12/65. Released from hosp., 6/14/65. 

GLIMMER, JOHN C.: Listed in Co. K, rank not stated (date and location of enl. not stated). Only record shows him AWOL, Nov. 1862.

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 Rosters reference: 12th Va. Cavalry. The Virginia Histories Series - by - Dennis E. Frye. 2nd Edition. 1988