12th Cavalry Regiment

Surnames P-R

PAGE, GEORGE RANDOLPH: b. 1824. Unofficial source (Winchester Evening Star) says he served in this Regt. m. 1) Maggie Cabell; 2) Sallie Castleman Timberlake. d. 3/14/03 at Staunton. bur. Mt. Hebron Cem., Winchester, 

PAGE, THOMAS DAVIS., Listed in Co. I as Pvt. (date and location of enl. not stated). Only record is Sept./Oct. 1863 roll which shows him AWOL since 12/2/62.

 PAINTER, ALLEN M.: enl. 8/27/62 at Mt. Crawford in John Blackford's Co. of Partisan Rangers as a Pvt. Later incorporated into Co. H of 12th Va. Cav. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑Jan/Feb. 1864. Absent sick at hosp., March/April 1864. Wded. in right leg 5/23/64 at Hanover Court House. Admitted Chimborazo #5, 5/27/64. Furloughed 6/3/64 for 40 days. No further record. d. by 1907.

 PAINTER, ERASMUS. Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. K as Pvt.

 PAINTER, GEORGE W‑ enl. 11/21/61 at Charles Town for 6 months in Baylor's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. B of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. Absent sick 1/1/62 muster. No further record.

 PAINTER, HENRY E.: b. 1834? 5'11", dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. enl. 8/21/62 at Culpeper in Co. K as Pvt. Absent sick, Sept/Oct‑Nov/Dec 1863. Present Jan./Feb. 1864. Roll for March 31, 1864 says AWOL since 3/1/64. Present AprilJuly/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at New Market, 4/20/65.

 PAINTER, JACOB: enl. 9/13/61 at Duffields in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. Present at 12/31/62 muster. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (McDonald) says KIA, date and battle not stated.

 PAINTER, JAMES. 6' 1", florid complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Residence Harpers Ferry. enl. 5/1/62 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Present at 12/31/62 muster. Present Nov/Dec. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record until POW in Jefferson Co., W.Va., 3/30/65 (Old Capitol Prison, 4/3/65; Elmira, 5/12/65). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Elmira, 6/30/65. d. by 1907.

 PAINTER, JAMES M‑ b. 1833 at Edinburg. 5'10", ruddy complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. enl. 8/28/62 at Edinburg 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. Still absent Oct./Nov. 1862. Present Sept/Oct. 1863. Absent sick, Nov./Dec. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. m. Isabel Hoffman. Bruce in Vol. IV of his History of Virginia says; "He went through the war as a private, but everyone knew him as Captain Painter." Postwar, county supervisor in Shenandoah Co. A Republican in politics. He belonged to no specific church, "but stood for the finest moral principles of Christianity." Fathered tan children. d. 9/14/15. bur. Cedarwood Cem., Edinburg. 

PAINTER, JESSE., enl. 6/15/61 at Edinburg in Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at New Market in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑April 1864. Wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/5/64. No further record. 

PAINTER, JOHN A‑ b. 4/29/48. Unofficial source (tombstone inscription) says he served in Co. F. KIA near Mt. Jackson, 10/7/64. bur. Nineveh Presbyterian Church Cem., Nineveh, Warren Co.

 PAINTER, LEWIS: b. 18467 6'0", light complexion, brown eyes, dark hair. Illiterate. enl. 6/27/63 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Charles Town, W.Va., 4/19/65. 

PAINTER, MOSES. b. 1819? TWA", ruddy complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Farmer in Shenandoah Co. enl. 4/7/62 at Hawkinstown in Co. K. Discharged 7/14/62 at Harrisonburg, over 35 years of age. enl. 4/7/63 at Front Royal in Co. K as Pvt. Pres, ent Sept./Oct. 1863‑Jan./Feb. 1864. Roll for March 31, 1864 shows him AWOL since 3/1/64. Absent sick, July/Aug. 1864. No further record.

 PAINTER, ROBERT I‑ b. 5/29/34. enl. 8/27/62 at Mt. Crawford in Capt. John Blackford's Co. of Partisan Rangers. Later incorporated into Co. H of 12th Va. Cav. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. Absent on furlough, Nov./Dec. 1863. AWOL Jan/Feb 1864. Present March/April‑July/Aug. 1864. Unofficial source (W. H. Arehart) says wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/6/64. Admitted Chimborazo #3, 9/2/64; acute diarrhea. Released from hosp., 9/16/64. No further record. d. 10/10/12 or 10/17/12 at Harrisonburg. bur. St. Jacob's Lutheran Church Cem., 1/2 mile east of Pleasant Valley, Rockingham Co.

 PAINTER, ROMANUS: enl. 8/6/63 at Edinburg in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. Absent sick Nov/Dec. 1863‑March/ April 1864. Present July/Aug. 1864. No further record.

 PAINTER, URIAH: enl. 4/18/63 at Camp Ashby in Co. H as Pvt. Deserted 8/10/63.

 PAINTER, WILLIAM HENRY: b. 4/2/40 at Cedarville. Residence Warren Co. enl. 10/1/62 at Charles Town in Co. E as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record until POW at Front Royal, 2/2//65 (Ft. McHenry, 2/28/65). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. McHenry, 5/1/65. m. Lucinda Ambrose in 1865. d. 12/25/07 at Cedarville.

 PALEY, J. W.: Only record is hosp. statement which shows him in Co. G as Pvt. Admitted Gen. Hosp. #9, Richmond, 5/24/64. Trans. to Chimborazo, 5/27/64. No further information.

 PALMER, ROBERT A.; b. 18277 5'6", dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. enl. 4/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Pvt. Unofficial source (McDonald) says wded. at Brandy Station. Wded. at Jack's Shop, 9/21/63. Absent at 10/31/63 muster due to wound. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/17/65.

 PANNELL, W. W.: Residence Shepherdstown. Only record is his amnesty oath at Richmond, 5/26/65, which shows him in Co. G as Pvt.

 PARTLOW, ELIJAH LEONARD: enl. 8/27/63 at Little Washington in Co. G as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. AWOL Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (VSL) says he was wded. at Beverly, W.Va. 1/11/65. Postwar, resident of Rappahannock Co.

 PARTLOW, WILLIAM L.: b. 1834? 5'8", light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Residence near Sperryville. Only record is 5/8/65 parole at Winchester which shows him in Co. G.

 PARTLOW, WILLIAM W‑ b. 1827? Farmer in Rappahannock Co. Only record is Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Richmond,  5/10/65, which shows him in this Regt.

 PATRICK, JAMES:, enl. 7/2//62 at Harrisonburg in Co. G as Pvt AWOL Sept./Oct. 1862. Absent sick, Sept/Oct‑Nov/Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. Absent wded., July/aug. 1864 (exact date and battle not stated). Paid $143.80 for service from 7/1‑‑11/30/64. No further record. 

PATRICK, J. T.: Only record is hosp. statement that shows him in Co. E as Pvt. Admitted Gen. Hosp. Danville, 10/3/64; abscess. Released from hosp., 10/11/64.

 PATTERSON, HENRY R.. b. 1844? 5'10", light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Residence Clarke Co. enl. 3/11/62 at Winchester in Co. C as Pvt. Oct. 1862 roll reports him a POW since 9/20/62. Wded. at Brandy Station, 6/9/63. Absent due to wound, Sept./Oct. 1863‑Jan/Feb. 1864. Present, but sick, March/April 1864. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. In Wilderness, May, 1864. POW near Washington, 7/12/64 (Old Capitol Prison, 7/13/64). Trans. to James River for exchange, 3/10/65. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 5/8/65. 

PATTERSON, ISAAC N.: b. 1841. 5'8", dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Residence near Berryville. enl. 4/10/62 at Hawk. Instown in Co. C as Pvt. POW near Sharpsburg, Md., Sept. 1862 (Ft. McHenry). Sent to Ft. Monroe for exchange, 10/17/62. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/20/65. d. 2/1/74 in Warren Co. 

PATTON, (PATTEN), JAMES: enl. 3/17/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D as Pvt. Only record shows him AWOL, Sept./Oct.‑Nov./ Dec. 1863. Alive at Harpers Ferry, W.Va., in 1907.

 PAULSEL, ERASMUS: Listed in Co. H as Pvt. (date and location of enl. not stated). Sept/Oct. 1862 rolls report him absent with leave since 9/21/62. AWOL Nov. 1862. No further record.

 PAYNE, BURWELL‑ b. 1822? 5'8", light complexion, gray eyes, light gray hair. Farmer in Rappahannock Co. enl. 3/1/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate, 7/2262 ‑ "prococlous ware (sic) and tear of his physical machinery. Feet and legs swollen and stiff to such an extent to limit motion and the use of his limbs." 

PAYNE, EDWARD S_ enl. 4/9/63 at Front Royal in Co. I as Pvt. AWOL Sept/Oct. 1863. Present Nov/Dec 1863‑Jan./Feb. 1864. Rolls for March/April 1864 report his absent sick at Lynchburg hosp. since 3/26/64. Unofficial source says wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/5/64. Admitted ‑Chimborazo #3, 6/24/64 debilitas. Trans. to Lynchburg hosp., 7/9/64. No further record. Paroled at Campbell Court House, 5/30/65.

 PAYNE, J. SUMMERFIELD: b. 7/23/65. Listed in Co. C. Only record is Nov. 1862 roll which says he never reported for duty. d. 8/31/86. bur. Failing Waters Cem., Spring Mills, W.Va.

 PAYNE, W. G.: Listed in Co. C as Pvt. Only record is Sept. 1862 roll which says he never reported for duty.

 PAYNE, WILLIAM E.: 6' 7/8", light complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Only record is POW statement which shows him in Co. C as Pvt. POW at Madison Court House, 9/23/64 (Pt. Lookout, 1/3/65). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Pt. Lookout, 6/16/65. 

PEARL, DANIEL BENJAMIN: 5'7", fair complexion, hazel eyes, light hair. Illiterate. Residence Harpers Ferry, enl. 6/27/63 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record until POW at Jefferson Co., W.Va., 3/30/65 (Old Capitol Prison, 4/3/65; Elmira, 5/12/65). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Elmira, 6/16/65. 

PEARL, BURT: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. A as Pvt.

 PEARSALL, JAMES. b. 1847? in New York City. 5 8,  fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Spinner. Residence Kentucky. enl. Oct. 1863 in Co. D as Pvt. (location not stated). POW 11/30/64; location not stated sent to Cumberland ,Md., 12/1/64 "thought to be Union deserter." No further record.

 PEERY, JOSEPH J.: b. 9/14/41 in Frederick Co., Va. 5'10", dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. Residence Frederick Co., Va. enl. 3/11/62 at Winchester in Co. C as Pvt. Nov. 1862 roll reports him AWOL since 11/24/62. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65. m. Gertrude Lupton, 1871. d. 6/25/95 in Frederick Co., Va.

 PENCE, LEMUEL A‑‑ b. 1/15/37. enl. 4/2/62 at New Market in Co. E as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. AWOL Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan/Feb‑March/April 1864. No further record. Postwar, resident of Shenandoah Co. d. 5/9/07. bur. Hawkinson United Methodist Church Cem. near Mt. Jackson.

 PEPPERS, J. S_ enl. 4/18/62 at Mt. Jackson in Co. F as Pvt. July/Aug‑‑Nov/Dec. 1863 rolls report him AWOL since 6/1/63; left Regt. near Harrisonburg. No further record,

 PERKINS, J. T.: b. 1846? 5' 9", light complexion, hazel eyes, light hair. Only record is 5/15/65 parole at Staunton which shows him in Co. A as Pvt. 

PERRY, THOMAS J.; b. 1844? 5'9", florid complexion, gray eyes, light hair. Farmer in Rockingham Co. enl. 3/1/62 at Winchester in Co. H as Sgt. POW at Clarksburg, 4/30/63 (Camp Chase, 5/6/63). To City Point for exchange, 5/13/63. Exchanged 5/23/63. Wded. in left leg near New Baltimore, 10/19/83, and left at hosp. at Warrenton. POW at Warrenton, 10/21/63. Admitted to U.S. Cavalry Corps hosp., 10/25/63. Trans. to Carver Gen. Hosp., Washington, D.C., late Oct. 1863. Then trans. to Lincoln Gen. Hosp., Washington, D.C., 11/12/63. To Old Capitol Prison, 3/4/64. Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. Delaware, 6/15/65.

 PETERS, JOHN H_ enl. 8/29/62 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. POW near Culpeper, 9/14/63 (Old Capitol Prison, 9/15/63; Pt. Lookout, 9/26/63; Elmira, 8/18/64). Trans. to James River for exchange, 3/10/65. Admitted Gen. Hosp. #9, Richmond, 3/15/65. Trans. to Camp Lee, Richmond, 3/16/65. No further record.

 PETTINGTON (PITTINGTON), SAMUEL POW statements show him in Co. H as Pvt. POW at Beverly Ford, 6/9/63 (Old Capitol Prison, 6/25/63). Exchanged at City Point, 6/30/63. POW (Rebel deserter) at Harpers Ferry, W.Va. 7/24/63 (Ft. McHenry, 7/29/63; Ft. Delaware, 7/31/63). Joined U.S. 3rd Md. Cav. at Ft. Delaware, 9/22/63.

PETIT, ALLEN D‑ b. 1840? Residence comer of Howard and Conway Streets, Baltimore, Md. Carpenter. enl. 5/1/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. F of 2nd Va. Inf. as Pvt. Last infantry record shows him absent sick in hosp. at Winchester, Nov/Dec. 1861. enl. 4/1/62 at New Market in Co. F of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Absent at Luray, Nov. 1862. Present July/Aug. 1883. Roll for Sept/Oct. 1863 shows him AWOL since 9/22/63. Roll for Nov/Dec 1863 lists him as under arrest since 11/29/63. Still under arrest, March/April‑‑July/Aug 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 5/31/65.

 PETTY, GEORGE NEWTON: b. 11/25/39. 5' 10", dark complexion, dark eyes, black hair. Farmer at Front Royal. Early war, served in Co. B of 17th Va. Inf. enl. 10/5/62 at Charles Town in Co. I as Pvt. POW captured by 1st N.Y. Cav. at Front Royal, 1/11/63 (Camp Chase, 2/2/63). To City Point for exchange, 3/28/63. Absent on detached service, Sept./Oct. 1863. AWOL Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. Admitted Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 8/15/64; acute diarrhea, Released from hosp., 8/24/64. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/28/65. d. 12/11/13. bur. Prospect Hill Cem., Front Royal.

 PETTY, THOMAS W.: b. 1838? 5' 10", dark complexion, dark eyes, dark hair. Residence Front Royal. enl. 5/23/62 at Front Royal in Co. I as Pvt. Wded. at Upperville, 6/21/63. Wded. near Culpeper, 10/11/63. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/28/65.

 PHILLIPS, JOHN: b. 7/16/16. enl. 3/12/62 at Lacy Spring in Co. H as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. Absent driving division teams, July/Aug. 1864, No further record. d. 3/20/98. bur. Fairview Church of the Brethren Cem., four miles southwest of New Market.

 PHILLIPS, NATHANIEL: enl. 3/10/63 at Sparta in Co. C as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Unofficial sources (VSL and W. H. Arehart) say KIA in the Wilderness 5/5/64. Killed in first charge.

 PICKERAL (PICKERELL), HENRY C.: b. 5/1/32. 6'  0", fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Residence, Flint Hill, Rappahannock Co. enl. 9/16/63 in Rappahannock Co. in Co. E as Pvt. Present Nov/Dec. 1863‑Jan/Feb 1864. Roll for March 31, 1864 shows him absent with leave since 3/24/64. Absent on furlough at 4/30/64 muster. Admitted Chimborazo #3, 9/21/64; feb. remittans. Furloughed 10/18/64 for 40 days. No further record. Paroled at Winchester 4/29/65. d. 10/14/14. bur. Prospect Hill Cem., Front Royal.

 PICKERELL (PICKERAL, PICKERELL), GEORGE W.: enl. 9/16/63 in Rappahannock Co. in Co. E as Pvt. Present Nov./Dec. 1863.

 Absent sick Jan/Feb‑‑March/April 1864. No further record. Postwar, resident of Warren Co.

 PIER, JAMES K.: Listed in Co. F (location and date of enl. not stated). Only record is Nov. 1862 roll which shows him absent at Cedar Creek.

 PIERCE, GEORGE. enl. 8/23/61 at Charles Town in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. AWOL at 12/31/62 muster. No further record.

 PIERCE, WILLIAM BROOCK: b. 1834. enl. 3/31/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. d. 1865. Unofficial source (Weakley) says KIA at Beverly, W.Va., 1/11/65. bur. Old Pierce Cem., southside of Rt. 211 going toward Amissville, Rappahannock Co.

 PIPER, CALVIN: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. C as Pvt. Same source says wded. at Patterson's Creek. KIA at Winchester, date and battle not stated.

 PIPER, JACOB: enl. 9/13/61 at Duffields in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. in guard house at Harrisonburg at 12/31/62 muster. Dropped from the rolls, 8/1/63. No further record.

 PIPER, JAMES: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. A as Pvt. d. by 1907.

 PIPER, WILLIAM: b. 18W 5'6", dark complexion, dark eyes, brown hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 9/28/61 at Duffields in Glenn's co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. Absent sick, Sept.‑Dec. 1862. Deserted 8/22/63. Rebel deserter at Clarksburg, W.Va., 10/15/83. Sent north. d. by 1907.

 PIPHER, DEKALB: Early war, served in 17th Va. Inf. enl. 5/3/62 it Front Royal in Co. C of 12th Va. Cav. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑March 1864. Absent on detached service after absentees, April 1864. No further record. 

PIPHER (PIPE% WILLIAM H. (or M.): 5' 9 1/2", dark complexion, blue eyes, black hair. Residence Frederick Co., Va. enl. 3/11/62 at Winchester in Co. C as Corp. Absent sick, Sept/Oct 1863. Present Nov/Dec 1863, but no horse in service, ‑10/16‑12/20/63. Present Jan/Feb‑‑March/April 1864. Absent July/Aug. 1864. POW near Nineveh, 11/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, 11/18/64). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Pt. Lookout, 6/16/65.

 PITMAN, ARCHIBALD HUSTON, b. 6/15/33 in Shenandoah Co. 5'10", fight complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Residence near White Hall, Frederick Co. m. Lizzie A. Hiatt, 5/16/60. Prewar, member of Winchester Continental Morgan Guards. enl. 6/5/62 at Harrisonburg in Co. C as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct 1863. Absent with leave on account of sickness in his family, Nov/Dec 1883. Present Jan/Feb‑July/Aug 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65. Postwar, post office at Grimes, Frederick Co., Va. Farmer. d. 4/6/19 at Mt. Jackson. bur. Mt. Hebron, Winchester. 

PITMAN (PITTMAN), JOHN L.: b. 10/10/29. 5'9", fair complexion, gray eyes, fair hair. enl. 2/20/64 at Luray in Co. C as Pvt. Present Feb.‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65. d. 10/26/65. bur. Union Church Cem., Mt. Jackson.

 PITMAN, JOSEPH L.: enl. 10/15/63 at Madison Co. in Co. C as Pvt. Had been a member of this Co. since 3/11/62, but did not report until 10/15/63 on account of ill health. Present Sept/Oct 1863‑March/April 1864. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record.

 PITT, SAMUEL‑ Official source (VSL) says he served in Co. H as Pvt.

 PITZER, ALEXANDER: b. 1815? 5'6", fair complexion, blue eyes, fair hair. enl. 3/11/62 at Winchester in Co. C as Pvt. Absent on detail driving brigade wagons, Sept/Oct. 1883. Absent on detail driving wagons for Capt. Koontz, Nov./Dec. 1863July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65.

 PITZER, CHARLES B‑ b. 1845? enl. 10/9/62 at Charles Town in Co. C as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Census of 1910 shows him alive in Berkeley Co., W.Va. 

PITZER, ELI: Listed in Co. C as Pvt. (date and location of enl. not stated). On detail as wagoner, Sept/Oct. 1862 No further record.

 PLECKER, WILLIAM E.: enl. 8/27/62 at Mt. Crawford in Capt. John Blackford's Co. of Partisan Rangers. Later incorporated into Co. H of 12th Va. Cav. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record.

 POLK, TRUSTEN: b. 1840 in Sussex Co., Delaware. Moved to Carroll Co., Md., 1852. Unofficial source (Md. Confederate Military History, expanded edition) says he enl. 8/12/62 in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. Joined Co. A of 1st Md. Cav. in March, 1863. Slightly wded. at Brandy Station, 6/9/63. POW at Moorefield, W.Va., 8/6/64 (Camp Chase). Exchanged 3/18/65. Paroled at Winchester, 5/26/65. Postwar, farmer in Carroll Co., Md. Moved to Baltimore, Md., 1893. Alive 1897.

POLLY, SAMUEL‑ b. 1843? Farm laborer on Jacob Merritt farm in Jefferson Co. Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. D as Pvt. d. by 1907.

 PORTER, THOMAS: Unofficial source (Weakley) says he served in Co. G as Pvt.

 PORTER, WILLIAM enl. 1/1/64 at New Market in Co. G as Pvt. Present Jan/Feb‑March/April 1864. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record until he is shown as d. at Pt. Lookout, 6/24/65; chronic diarrhea. bur. at Pt. Lookout.

 POWELL, EDWIN: Only record is 4/26/65 parole at the Capitol building, Richmond, which shows him a Pvt. in this Regt.

 POWELL, J. A.: Residence Rockingham Co. enl. 10/15/62 at Charles Town in Co. F as Pvt. Present July/Aug. 1863. Rolls for Sept/Oct 1863‑March/April 1864 show him AWOL since 9/18/63. Appears an a register of POW's at Wheeling, W.Va., 4/6/65. Oath of Allegiance administered at New Creek, W.Va. (date not stated).

 POWERS, JOHN W.: b. 7/20/29. enl. 5/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Pvt. Paid as veterinary surgeon, 9/20‑12/31/62. On detail as Regt. Wagoner, Nov. 1862. Paid as farrier, 9/1‑9/27/63. On detail at Regt. Q.M. Dept., Sept./Oct. 1863‑Jan/Feb. 1864. Teamster in Regt. Q.M. Dept., March/April 1864. No further record. Surrendered at Appomattox, 4/9/65. d. 2/9/02. bur. Nineveh Presbyterian Church Cem., Nineveh.

 PRATHER, CHARLES. b. 1840? 5 1,  florid complexion, brown eyes, brown hair. enl. 3/17/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D as Pvt. POW at Halltown, Jefferson Co., W. Va., 7/15/63 (Baltimore; Pt. Lookout, 8/17/63). To City Point for exchange, 3/17/64. Present July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Mt. Jackson, 4/18/65. d. by 1907. 

PRATHER, DENTON: b. 1844? 5 8, florid complexion, brown eyes, brown hair. enl. 10/1/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. H of 2nd Va. Inf. AWOL since 10/4/62. No further infantry record. Only record for 12th Va. Cav. is 4/18/65 parole at Mt. Jacksion which shows him in Co. D as Pvt. Alive at Leetown, W.Va., in 1907.

 PRETZMAN, WILLIAM W.: b. 1844? 6' 0", florid complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 1/1/64 at Shepherdstown, W.Va., in Co. D as Pvt. Present Jan./Feb.‑July 1864. Admitted Chimborazo #2, 8/29/64; Int. fever. Released from hosp., 9/23/64. Readmitted Chimborazo #2, 9/24/64; Int. fever, Released 1/18/64. No further record. d. by 1907.

 PRIEST, MASON: enl. 3/31/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick, Sept./Oct. 1863. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑March/ April 1864. Absent sick, July/Aug. 1864. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. in Wilderness, May, 1864. No further record. Postwar, residence Rappahannock Co.

 PROCTOR, DORILAS: b. 1841? 5'10", sandy complexion, gray eyes, sandy hair. Carpenter. enl. 4/7/62 at Hawkinstown in Myers's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. enl. 5/1/62 at Hawkinstown in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. Absent sick, Nov/Dec. 1863. Present Jan/Feb 1864. Roll for March 31,1864 says absent sick since 3/25/64. Present at 4/30/64 muster. Retired to Invalid Corps, 7/27/64; reason not stated.

 PROCTOR, NOAH RICHARD, b. 3/24/39 near Hawkinstown. 6'0", fair complexion, blue eyes, fair hair. enl. 5/18/61 at Mt. Jackson in Co. G of 33rd Va. Inf. as Sgt. Present 6/15/61‑March/April 1862. AWOL 5/22‑7/21/62 AWOL again beginning 8/27/62. enl. 9/28/62 at Charles Town in Co. K of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Iron‑gray horse appraised at $635 KIA near Warrenton Springs, 10/12/63. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑4/27/64. On furlough 4/27‑5/7/64. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65. d. 3/22/20. bur. Cedar Grove Cam. 

PROCTOR, RAPHAIEL‑ b. 1846? 5'8", fair complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Illiterate. enl. 3/25/64 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. Present March‑July/Aug 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65.

 PULLER, SAMUEL D. Listed in Co. C as Pvt. after trans. from 5th Va. Cav. Courier for Gen. Rosser. No further record.

 PUPLE, JOHN: Only record is POW statement which shows him in Co. B as Pvt. POW at Front Royal, 14/64 (Old Capitol Prison, 1/8/64; Pt. Lookout, 2/4/64). Joined U.S. service, 3/10/64; regt. not stated.

 PUTNAM, WILLIAM R. F.: b. 1843? 5'5", fair complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. enl. 5/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. AWOL Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. at Trevillan's Station, June, 1864. bur. Bennett's Chapel Cem., Warren Co.

 QUICK, HENRY S.  5' 6", florid complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Residence Harpers Ferry. Illiterate. Only record is POW statement that shows him in Co. C as Pvt. POW at Waterford, 8/19/64 (Old Capitol Prison, 8/22/64; Elmira, 8/29/64). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Elmira, 6/27/85.

 RACEY, CHRISTOPHER C.: b. 7/21/48. 57", dark complexion, dark eyes, dark hair. Residence near Woodstock. enl. 4/19/64 at Waynesboro in Co. F as Pvt. Present April‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 5/9/85. d. 12/26/16 in Shenandoah Co. bur. Gravel Springs Com. in southwest Frederick Co., Va.

 RAMEY, ISAAC: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. A as Pvt.

 RAMEY, MICHAEL‑ enl. 6/26/61 at Charles Town in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. Oster Co. A of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. Present at 12/31/62 muster. Issued clothing at Winder Hosp., Richmond, 8/15/63. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (McDonald) says KIA, date and battle not stated.

 RANDALL, JAMES P.: b. 3/25/24. enl. 11/24/61 at Charles Town in Baylor's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. B of 12th Va. Cav.) as Pvt. Present at 1/1/62 muster. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Postwar, farmer at Hardscrabble, Jefferson Co., W.Va. d. 1/1/12 at Shepherdstown. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

 RANDOLPH, E. C.: enl. 2/28/62 at Pughtown in Co. H. Appointed Lt. of Co. H, 4/20/62. To Capt., 7/27/64. On detached service commanding Capt. Gilmor's Co. (Co. F of 12th Cav.), Nov. 1862. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart recommended Randolph for Maj. of the 11th Va. Cav., 2/8/63. Wded. at Brandy Station, 6/9/63. Absent due to wound, Sept/Oct. 1863‑March/April 1884. Request for post duty disapproved, 11/24/63. Present July/Aug. 1864. Horse appraised at $2250 KIA at Greenfield, Spotsylvania Ca, 5/7/64. Horse appraised at $2300 KIA at Hanover Court House, 5/23/64. Absent with leave on surgeon's certificate, Sept. 1864. Admitted Gen. Hosp., Lynchburg, 10/7/64; colitis acute. No further record. Paroled at Farmville, April, 1865. 

RANDOLPH, J. W‑, Listed in Co. H as 1st Lt. No further record.

RANSON, BRISCOE B.; b. 1846? 6 0, light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Residence near Charles Town. enl. 11/1/62 at Charles Town in Co. B as Pvt. POW at Beverly Ford, 6/9/63. Paroled at Old Capitol Prison, 6/25/63, then sent to City Point for exchange. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/22/65. Postwar, physician at Harpers Ferry, W.Va. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

 RANSON, THOMAS DAVIS: b. 5/19/43 at Charles Town at "Homestead House." 5' 11", fair complexion, light blue eyes brown hair. Residence Jefferson Co. Entered Washington College at Lexington in 1859. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G of 2nd Va. Inf. as Pvt. Trans. 8/8/61 to Co. I, 52nd Va. Inf. Wded. severely at Cross Keys, 6/8/62. After recovering from wound, enl. 11/25/62 at Charles Town in Co. B of 12th Va. Cav. Served as a scout for this Co. and for Gen. Stuart and Gen. Lee. Capt. in charge of scouts in the secret service dept., 1864. Reported directly to Gen. Stuart and Gen. Lee. Also served as aide to Generals Edward Johnson and William L. Jackson. POW at Tom's Brook, 10/9/64 (Pt. Lookout, 10/20/64). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Pt. Lookout, 6/17/65. Postwar, grad. University of Pa. Lawyer at Staunton, m. 1) Mary Fontaine Alexander in 1871; 2) Janette Ravenscroft Harrison; 3) Margaret Fisher Warren in 1900. Member of Stonewall Jackson Confederate Veteran Camp at Staunton. d. 7/21/18. bur. Thornrose Cem., Staunton.

 RATTY (RADDY), PATRICK: b. in Ireland. Illiterate. Only record is POW statement which shows him in Co. F as Pvt. POW at Charles Town, W.Va., 10/7/63 (Ft. McHenry, 10/10/63). POW roll for 12/3/63 says ‑ "born in Ireland; not a citizen; was in Savannah when war broke out; was conscripted July, 1861; served 12 months and got my discharge; was going north and put in jail three months and let out on condition of going into the army; joined the 12th Va," Released 9/2/64 on giving his parole of honor as British subject.

 REDMAN, THOMAS S.: 5'8", fair complexion, gray eyes, black hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 12/22/62 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Present Nov/Dec. 1863. Absent with leave, Jan./Feb. 1864. Last entry shows him sent to hosp., 3/30/64. Received clothing at Gen. Hosp. Staunton, 10/29/64. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/30/65. Postwar, druggist at Louisville, Kentucky. Alive in 1900.

 REECE‑ (REESE), JOHN E.: 5'9", florid complexion, hazel eyes, auburn hair. Residence Harrisonburg. enl. 4/15/62 at Harrisonburg in Co. H as Pvt. Absent driving teams for Brigade Q.M., Sept.‑Nov. 1862. Absent under arrest, Sept./Oct. 1863. Court Martialed 11/24/63 for desertion. Sentenced to 6 months hard labor with 6‑lb. ball and 3' chain attached to left leg. Also loss of 6 months pay. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑March/April 1864. POW at Hanover Junction, 5/22/64 (Pt. Lookout, 5/30/64; Elmira, 7/28/64), Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Elmira, 6/2//65. 

REED, CHRISTOPHER W.: b. 1828? Unofficial source (Winchester Evening Star) says he served in this Regt. Postwar, dentist. d. 4/23/04.

 REED, DANIEL M‑ 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. Later listed in CO. D of 12th Cav., date and location of enl. not stated. Absent Nov. 1862. No further record.

 REED, SAMUEL: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. D as Pvt.

 REED, WILLIAM. enl. 4/20/62 at New Market in Co. F as Pvt. Absent at Newtown, Nov. 1862. Rolls for July/Aug‑Nov/Dec 1883 report him AWOL at Harrisonburg since Aug. 1862 Dropped as a deserter. No further record. 

REED, WILLIAM BENJAMIN: enl. 6/26/61 at Charles Town in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. Discharged 10/17/62 by Secretary of War under the exception act. Alive in Tennessee in 1907. 

REED, WILLIAM E.: b. 11/25/45. 6'0", dark complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. Residence Frederick Co., Va. enl. 7/26/64 at Sussex Co. in Co. C as Pvt. Present July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/19/65. d. 4/5/24. bur. Mt. Hebron Cem., Winchester.

 REESE (REICE), GIDEON D‑ Listed in Co. F. Absent at Front Royal, Nov. 1862. No further record.

 REID, GEORGE W.: enl. 5/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. Unofficial source (McDonald) says MWIA at Todd's Tavern, 5/5/64. d. 5/7/64 at Verdiersville.

 REID, JOHN R.: enl. 5/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Pvt. Sept./Oct. 1863 roll reports him AWOL since 9/23/63. Absent sick,

 Nov/Dec 1863. Present Jan/Feb‑March/April 1864. Issued clothing, 12/20/64. No further record.

 REINHART, ANDREW PHILIP: b. 9/9/43 in Jefferson Co. 5' 6", fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. enl. 3/17/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Mt. Jackson, 4/18/65. Postwar, resident of Shepherdstown, W.Va. m. M. C. Link, 12/5/67. d. 4/29/17 in Jefferson Co. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

 REINHART, WILLIAM L.: b. 10/30/47. 5'6", light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Only record is POW statement which shows him in Co. D as Pvt. POW at Tom's Brook, 10/9/64 (Pt. Lookout, 10/20/64). Paroled at Charles Town, W.Va., 4/20/65. Postwar resident of Shepherdstown, W.Va. d. 8/11/17. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

 RENNER, PETER WILLIAM: b. 1816. Unofficial source says he served in Co. G. d. 3/28/08. bur. Stonewall Cem., Winchester.

 REYNOLDS, JOHN: Only record is voucher which shows him in Co. F as Pvt. Paid (12/26/62) $195.60 for service, 5/1‑10/31/62 

RIBY, F. M‑ Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. G as Pvt. and trans. to Md. Line Cavalry.

 RICAMORE, GEORGE C‑ b. 4/23/49. 5' 7" dark complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Residence Clarke Co. Only record is 4/19/65 parole at Winchester which shows him in Co. B as Pvt. d. 8/25/22. bur. Greenhill Cem., Berryville.

 RICE, BENJAMIN F. (or R.): enl. 3/8/63 at Woodstock in Co. I as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. Absent sick, Nov./Dec. 1863‑Jan/Feb 1864. Present March/April 1864. No further record.

 RICE, BERRY: Only record is hosp. statement which shows him in Co. I as Pvt. Admitted Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 8/19/64; chronic rheumatism. Trans. to Lynchburg hosp., 9/26/64. No further information.

 RICE, BRANWELL M.: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. H as Pvt.

 RICE, JOSEPH: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. H as Pvt.

 RICHARDSON, WILLIAM H.:  enl, 5/26/62 at Staunton in Co. F as Pvt. Present July/Aug. 1863‑March/April 1864. Trans. to Md. Line, 4/29/64. Postwar, alive in Austin, Texas, in 1918.

 RIDDLE, CHARLES: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. F as Pvt.

 RIDGEWAY, JOHN W‑, Residence Warren Co. Only record is 4/9/65 surrender at Appomattox which shows him in Co. I. 

RIDGEWAY, JOSEPH: b. 1835? 5'6", fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Residence Warren Co. enl. 2/13/63 at Mt. Jackson in Co. I as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. Bay horse appraised at $720 KIA near Brandy Station, 10/11/63. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/5/64. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 5/18/65. 

RIDGEWAY, JOSIAH J.: b. 1825? 5' 8 3/4", fair complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Cabinetmaker in Berkeley Co. enl. 9/25/61 at Charles Town in Co. B as Pvt. POW captured by 1st Va. Cav, in Berkeley Co., 1/14/63 (Camp Chase, 11/12/63). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 12/3/64. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, Jefferson Co., W.Va.

 RIDGEWAY, NEWTON: enl. 2/13/63 at Mt. Jackson in Co. I as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. at Trevillan's Station.

 RIFFEE (RIFFEY), WILLIAM H.: b. 4/14/44. 5'5", dark complexion, blue eyes, light hair. enl. 8/14/62 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863. Absent sick, Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at New Market, 4/20/65. d. 2/11/41 (96 years, 9 months, 27 days). bur. St. Luke Lutheran Church Cem., St. Luke, Va.

 RILEY, FRANK M.: enl. 5/25 (year not stated) at Staunton in Co. F as Pvt. Gray horse appraised at $600 KIA at Cranberry Summit, 4/26/63. Present July/Aug. 1863‑Nov./Dec. 1863. Roll for March 31, 1864 says AWOL since 3/8/64. Sent to Staunton hosp., April 1864. d. 9/19/64. bur. Confederate Cem. at Winchester (Stonewall Jackson Cem.).

 RILEY, JAMES W‑, b. 1837? 5'5", dark complexion, gray eyes, auburn hair. enl. 4/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Pvt. POW captured by 8th Illinois Cav. at Poolesville, Md., 9/9/62 (Washington, D.C., 9/10/62). To Aiken's Landing for exchange, 11/10/62. On detail to guard disabled horses, Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record until listed as a deserter, 1/2/65.

 RILEY, ROBERT VAN: b. 1841? 5'6", florid complexion, gray eyes, dark hair, Residence Warren Co. enl. 4/27/62 at New Market in Co. E as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March 1864. Absent on provost guard at 4/30/64 muster. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 5/8/65. Postwar, member of Warren Co. veterans organization.

 RINKER, ERASMUS F.: Listed in Co. H (rank not stated; date and location of enl. not stated), Present Nov. 1862. No further record. d. by 1907.

 RINKER, FENTON T.: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. K as Pvt.

 RINKER, ISRAEL P.: b. 9/21/18 in Shenandoah Co. Capt. of Co. K. Only records an file are company requisitions for July, 1862. KIA 8/17/62 by bushwackers near Zane's Furnace about sunrise while leading his company on a scout down the Back Road. bur. Lantz‑Bowman Cem. near Edinburg.

 RINKER, JACOB GEORGE SHADE: b. 1845? 5' 7", fair complexion, gray eyes, light hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 3/20/64 at New Market in Co. K as pvt. Present March/April‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (Hardesty's Encyclopedia of Rockingham Co.) says wded. in arm at Wilderness; wded. in neck at Cedar Creek Paroled at Edinburg, 5/4/65. Alive‑in Arkansas in 1884.

 RINKER, JONATHAN HENRY: b. 1841? 5'8", dark complexion, brown eyes, dark hair. Residence Hamburgh, Shenandoah Co. enl. 5/1/62 at Woodstock in Co, K as Sgt. Present Sept/Oct 1863‑July/Aug 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/24/65. Alive in Illinois in 1884.

 RINKER, MICHAEL F.; b. 1843? 5' 5 3/4", fair complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. enl. 8/17/62 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. Absent sick, Oct. 1862. On detail as Regt. teamster, Nov. 1862. Paid as Teamster, 6/1‑‑9/27/63. On detail as Regt. Teamster, Sept/Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Mt. Jackslon, 4/20/65.

 RINKER, NOAH 1. (or J.): b. 1833? 5'10", florid complexion, black eyes, brown hair. enl. 8/17/62 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. Absent sick, Sept. 1862. AWOL Nov. 1862. On detail as Regt. Teamster, Sept/Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. Paid for service as Teamster, 6/13‑‑9/30/64 and 10/1‑12/31/64. No further record.

 RINKER, ROBERT DOUGLAS: b. 1842? TV dark complexion, hazel eyes, black hair. Residence Shenandoah Co. enl. 5/1/62 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. Rolls for Sept./Oct. 1852 show him as a POW since 5/30/62. Black horse appraised at $700 KIA near Upperville, 6/2//63. Dun horse appraised at $800 KIA near Brandy Station, 10/11/63. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑4/27/64. On furlough 4/27‑5/27/64. Absent sick at hosp., July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Edinburg, 5/4/65. Alive in Patasuala, Licking Co., Ohio, in 1884.

 RITCHIE, BENJAMIN F.: b. 3/20/34 in Rockingham Co. Unofficial source says he served in this Regt. d. 1/12/26 at Dayton, Va. bur. Bridgewater Cem., Bridgewater.

 RITCHIE, GEORGE A.: b. 7/28140. Unofficial source says he served in Co. H. d. 2/11/23. bur. Mt. Clinton Mennonite Church Cem., Mt. Clinton, Va.

 RITCHIE, GEORGE MIFFLIN "DALLAS": b. 11/3 or 11/6/44. 5'4", dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. Farmer in Augusta Co. enl. 2/7/63 at Mt. Jacksion in Co. H as Pvt. On detail as courier for Gen. Rosser, Sept/Oct 1863. Present Nov/Dec. 1863‑‑July/Aug 1864. POW 3/14/65 (location not stated). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at New Creek, W.Va. (date not stated). d. 4/2 or 4/12, 1939. bur. Salem Lutheran Church, Mt. Sidney.

 RITCHIE, JAMES KNOX POLK, b. 9/2/43. enl. 8/10/62 at Harrisonburg in Co. H as Pvt. Wded. at Brandy Station, 6/9/63; sabre gash in top of head. Admitted Chimborazo #1. Furloughed 6/24/63 for 60 days. Still absent from wound, Sept./ Oct‑Nov/Dec 1863. Present Jan/Feb‑July/Aug 1864. No further record. Surrendered at Appomattox, 4/9/65. m. Dorothy Huffman. d. 1/21/33 at New Hope, Augusta Co. bur. Mt. Horeb Presbyterian Church, Augusta Co.

 RITCHIE, JOSEPH C.; b. 3/31/30. enl. 2/16/62 at Mt. Jacksoin in Co. H as Pvt. Paid $330 for service, 2/28‑12/31/63. Absent sick, Sept./Oct.‑Nov./Dec. 1863. Absent sick at hosp., Jan/Feb‑July/Aug 1864. At hosp. at Harrisonburg, July/Aug. 1864. No further record. d. 7/10/18. bur. Green Mount Cem., Green Mount, Va.

 RITENOUR, JACOB: b. 1842? in Warren Co. 5'10", fair complexion, light eyes, light hair. Cooper. enl. 4/15/62 at Hawkinstown in Co. I as Pvt. Absent sick, Nov. 1862. No further record.

 RITTENHOUR, BENTON: b. 1846? in Warren Co. 6'0", fair complexion, light eyes, light hair. Laborer, Only record is enlistment paper which states he enl. 3/31/62 at New Market in Co. E (rank not stated).

 RITTENOUR (RITENOUR), CALVIN J.: b. 3/28/41. 5' 10", dark complexion, gray eyes, black hair. enl. 5/1/62 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. On detail as Regt. blacksmith, Nov. 1862. On detail as Regt. blacksmith, Sept/Oct 1861 Co. blacksmith, Jan/Feb‑July/Aug 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. in foot (date and battle not Stated). Paroled at Winchester, 4/17/65. d. 12/5/06. bur. St. John's United Church Cem., near Edinburg.

RITTENOUR (RITENOUR), JOHN H.:  b. 1843. 5'6", dark complexion, gray eyes, light hair. enl. 5/1/62 at Now Market in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863. Absent sick, Nov./Dec. 1863. Present Jan/Feb‑July/Aug 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/18/65. Postwar, resident of Shenandoah Co. m. Virginia F. Kibler. d. 1911. bur. Massanutten Cem., Woodstock. 

RITTER, JAMES. b. 1827? 5' 7", fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair. POW (location and date not stated). Sent to Ft. McHenry, 4/28/63. To Ft. Monroe for exchange, 4/28/63. enl. 5/1/63 at Shepherdstown in Co. D as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct‑Nov/Dec. 1863. Present July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Mt. Jackson, 4/18/65. d. by 1907.

 RIVERCOMB, JACOB: enl. 4/14/63 at Front Royal in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick, Sept/Oct‑Nov/Dec. 1862. Present Jan/Feb‑March/April 1864. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record.

 ROBERTS, JAMES L.: b. 1823. 5'9", light complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 11/21/62 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 Leetown, W.Va. d. 1907. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

 ROBERTS, ROBERT L.: b. 1837. 5'8", fair complexion, gray eyes, light hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.), date and location not stated. Elected 2nd Sgt., 10/28/61. POW in Jefferson Co., 5/4/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged at Aiken's Landing, 8/5/62. enl. 11/17/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. Absent "on retired list", July/Aug. 1864. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. in Wilderness May 1864. Issued clothing 10/6/64 and 11/4/64. No further record. Paroled at Staunton, 5/1/65. Postwar, resided at St. Joseph, Missouri. Admitted Missouri Confederate Home, Higginsville, Missouri, 6/1/97. d. 12/21/03. bur. Confederate Soldier's Home Cem., Higginsville.

 ROBERTS, SAMUEL: 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. Sept.‑Nov. 1862 rolls report him AWOL since 3/16/62. No further record. d. at his home near Rippon, Jefferson Co., W.Va.

 ROBERTS, THOMAS: Unofficial source (tombstone inscription) says he served in Co. H. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va. 

ROBERTS, WILLIAM H.: b. 1840? 5' 2", light complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 6/26/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Present at 12/31/62 muster. Present Sept/Oct‑Nov/Dec 1863. Absent sick, Jan/Feb‑March/April 1864. Present July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/18/65. d. by 1907.

 ROBERTS, WILLIAM J.: b. 10/20/24. enl. 11/19/62 at Charles Town in Co. B as Sgt. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. d. 3/3/01. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, Jefferson Co., W.Va.

 ROBINSON, JAMES T.; b. 1840? 5'10", dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. Residence Warren Co. enl. 4/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Pvt. Dun mare appraised at $225 KIA at Warrenton Springs, 8/23/62. Wded. at Brandy Station, 6/9/63. On detached service, Sept./Oct. 1863. On detail at Brigade H.Q., Nov/Dec. 1863‑March/April 1864. Listed as courier at Brigade H.Q., March/April 1864. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. in Wilderness, May, 1864. Paid 11/19/64 for service from 1/1‑7/1/64. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/22/65. 

ROBINSON, JOHN: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. I as Pvt.

 ROBSON, WILLIAM T.: enl. 9/17/63 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑Jan/Feb 1864. Absent sick at hosp. March/April 1864. Present July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (VSL) says he was the Regt. Color Sgt. at surrender. m. Hannah Elizabeth Corbin.

 ROBUSH, J. S.:  Farmer in Augusta Co. Only record is POW statement that shows him in Co. H as Pvt. POW at Bridgewater, 10/2/64 (Pt. Lookout, 10/16/64). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Pt. Lookout, May, 1865.

 ROCKENBAUGH, JOHN W‑ enl. 12/1/61 at Charles Town for 12 months in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. No further record. d. by 1907.

 ROCKWELL, GEORGE F.: b. 1840? 5' 6", dark complexion, black eyes, black hair. Farmer in Morgan Cm Only record is enlistment which states he enl. 3/7/62 at Winchester in Co. F.

 RODERICK, THOMAS: b. 1844? TV', dark complexion, dark eyes, light hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 10/1/62 at Charles Town in Co. C as Pvt. Sept/Oct. 1863‑Jan/Feb 1863 rolls report him AWOL since 3/27/63; he left the Co. at Front Royal. Later appears on "Descriptive Roll of Rebel Deserters" at Clarksburg, W.Va., 10/15/63; "sent north."

 RODGERS (ROGERS), ED: Illiterate. enl. 2/16/62 at Martinsburg in Co. F as Pvt. Present July/Aug.‑Sept./Oct. 1863. Roll for Nov.Dec. 1863 reports him absent sick since 11/10/63. Roll for March/April 1884 reports him AWOL since 4/29/64. Absent on detail with condemned horses, July/Aug. 1864. No further record.

 RODGERS (ROGERS), JOSEPH: enl. 12/1 (year not stated) at Hollinsworth in Co. H as Pvt. On detail driving Regt. wagon train, Sept/Oct. 1863‑Jan./Feb. 1864. AWOL March/April 1864. Roll for July/Aug 1864 reports he deserted 4/6/64. No further record.

 RODGERS (ROGERS), W. J.: Illiterate. enl. 2/16/62 at Martinsburg in Co. F as Pvt. Present July/Aug.‑Sept./Oct. 1863. Roll for Nov./Dec. 1863 reports him AWOL since 12/27/63. Present Jan./Feb.‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record.

 RODRICK, JOHN RANDOLPH: b. 10/6/48. Unofficial source (Winchester Evening Star) says he served in Co. B. d. 1/17/03 at Baltimore, Md. bur. Edge Hill Cem. Charles Town, W.Va.

 ROE, GEORGE W‑ enl. 9/27/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D as Pvt. Substitute for J. Shirley of Jefferson Co. On detail as blacksmith, Sept/Oct. 1862. POW (Rebel deserter) at Culpeper, 9/23/63 (Old Capitol Prison, 9/29/63). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 12/20/63. Sent north. d. by 1907.

 ROGERS, JEFF: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. F as Pvt.

 ROGERS, JAMES: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. F as Pvt.

 ROLLER, EMANUEL: b. 8/25/43. enl. 5/13/62 at Camp Gratton in Co. H as Pvt. On detail as courier for Capt. Young, provost marshal, Sept/Oct. 1862. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded., date and battle not stated. d. 2/11/07 at Mt. Crawford. 

ROLLER, HENRY WASHINGTON: b. 12/27/37 on farm near Mt. Crawford. 5' 10", fair complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Unofficial source (Hardesty's Encyclopedia of Rockingham Co.) says he first served in Co. C, 6th Va. Inf., and was captured at Beverly, 6/16/61. enl. 9/3 (year not stated) in Co. H of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. Unofficial source (Hardesty) says wded. in the Wilderness and at Rude's Hill, both in 1864. Paroled at Staunton, 5/20/65. Postwar, farmer in Rockingham Co. Post office at North River. m. Mary Ann Saufley d. in 1907. bur. Methodist Cem., Mt. Crawford.

 ROLLER, PETER: Unofficial source (VSL) says he enl. in 1864 in Co. H as Pvt.

 ROMICK, JOHN M‑ b. 12/4/31. enl. 5/18/61 at Mt. Jackson in Co. G of 33rd Va. Inf. as Pvt. Roll for Aug, 31, 1861 reports him a deserter who left camp near Centerville, 8/4/61. Returned to ranks, 10/20/61. Roll for Jan/Feb 1862 shows him absent sick at hosp. with rheumatism since 1/1/62. Present March/April 1862. AWOL beginning 5/22/62. Last entry for Nov./Dec. 1862 says he deserted 10/15/62. Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. K as Pvt. Tombstone inscription says he was a member of Co. A, 33rd Va. Inf. bur. Old Union Cem., Mt. Jackson.

ROMINE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: enl. 3/31/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record.

 RONEMOUS, GEORGE M‑ b. 1844? 5' 9", fair complexion, brown eyes, dark hair. enl. 3/17/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record. paroled at Mt. Jackson, 5/18/65. d. by 1907. 

RONEMOUS, JOHN M.: b. 1/24/38. enl. at Charles Town in Glenn's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. A of 12th Cav.) as Sgt. Shown as Commissary Sgt., March/April 1864. Wded. at Poolesville, Md., 9/9/62. POW at Poolesville, 9/9/62. Roll for Sept./Oct. 1863 says AWOL since 10/26/63. Present Nov./Dec. 1863. Absent at Regt. H. Q., Jan/Feb 1864. Absent on duty as Regt. Commissary Sgt., March/April 1864. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record. d. 12/10/04. bur. Elmwood Com., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

 ROSS, DAVID: Listed in Co. K as Pvt. Sept./Oct. 1862 rolls show him AWOL. No further record.

 ROSSON, JOHN W.: enl. 3/31/62 at Sperryville in Co. G as Corp. Absent wded. Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864 (date and battle not stated). Paid 9/24/64 at Charlottesville for service. 

ROUSS, CHARLES BROADWAY: b. 2/11/36 near Woodsboro, Md. His father purchased "Shannon Hill," a farm near Charles Town, in 1853. Established business in Winchester in 1854, and in six years, rouse had accumulated a personal fortune worth sixty thousand dollars and he was the leading merchant in Winchester. When the Stonewall Brigade returned to the Valley in the late fall of 1861, Rouss "surfeited them with cigars and plugs of tobacco as they marched by his store before Winchester's cheering residents." Early in 186Z Rouss moved his business to Richmond, where he ran a store on Main Street, between 12th & 13th Streets, and another on East Broad Street. Rouss also engaged in blockade running in the Richmond area. enl. at Camp Lee, Richmond, 1/30/64, and was assigned to Co. B, 12th Va. Cav. as a Pvt. Joined Co. B at Waynesboro, 2/15/64. Present March/April 1864. Paid 9/28/64 for service, 3/13‑‑8/31/64. Admitted Chimborazo #4, 9/2364; "fever int quot." Trans. to Robertson's Hosp., 9/29/64. Unofficial source (Baylor) shows him back in action as he participated in an attack against the 21st N.Y. Cav. on 12/6/64. No further record. Postwar, "the war left the formerly prosperous merchant without a cent to his name and eleven thousand dollars in debt to New York firms." Moved to "Shannon Hill" near Charles Town, where he remained until 3/20/66, when he moved to New York City. He became an extremely successful merchant in New York City, making millions of dollars. Also became a philanthropist. Donated thousands of dollars to Confederate veteran organizations and to projects in Jefferson Co., W.Va., and Frederick Co., Va. Donated $100,000 to the fund for the Southern Battle Abbey in Richmond. d. 3/3/02 at his 5th Avenue Mansion in New York City. bur. Mt. Hebron Com., Winchester. Larry a. Mullin authored a 1974 biography of Rouss entitled The Napoleon of Gotham.

 ROUSS, MILTON J.: b. 10/8/40. TWA", dark complexion, brown eyes, brown hair. Brother of Charles B. Rouss. Early war, 1st Lt. in Chew's Va. Battery of Horse Artillery, organized in Nov. 1861. Appointed 1st Lt. in Co. B, 12th Va. Cav., 2/1/62. Wded. one mile west of Charles Town, 9/13/62, and captured. Paroled by Col. Dixon S. Miles, commander of the Harpers Ferry garrison, several days before Stonewall Jackson's capture of Harpers Ferry on 9/15/62. Miles's parole of Rouss led many to hypothesize that Miles was a traitor. Rouss exchanged 11/8/62. POW at Brandy Station, 6/9/63. Rolls for Nov./Dec. 1863‑March/April 1864 report him still absent as a POW. No further record. Paroled at Charles Town, W.Va., 5/6/65. Postwar, farmer near Kabletown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Member of Turner Ashby Confederate Veteran Camp *M at Winchester. d. 8/31/22 bur. Mt. Hebron Com., Winchester. 

ROW (RAU), NOAH D‑ enl. 5/1/62 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. No further record.

 ROWDON, JOHN: Listed in Co. D as Pvt. (date and location of enl. not stated). Sept./Oct. 1862 rolls report him absent sick since 8/1/62. No further record.

 ROWLAND, GEORGE W.: 5' 8", light complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Residence Frederick Co., Va. Appointed 2/1/62 2nd Lt. in Co. B. Present Sept.‑Nov. 1862. POW at Cross Keys, 3/14/63 or POW at Winchester, 3/18/63 (Ft. McHenry, 4/8/63). To Ft. Monroe for exchange, 4/9/63. Left his command without leave beginning 8/6/63. Arrested 8/31/63 for being AWOL Escaped 9/8/63. Dropped 10/17/63 for prolonged absence. No further record.

 ROWLAND, JAMES H.: b. Oct. 1831. enl. 11/20/61 at Charles Town in Baylor's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. B of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. Absent Nov./Dec. 1863‑March/April 1864 due to injury incurred by falling from horse on 11/10/63. No further record. Postwar, miller at Wheatland, W.Va. d. 3/10/03. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va. 

ROWLAND, THOMAS: enl. 9/25/61 in Baylor's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. (later Co. B of 12th Cav.) as Pvt. Roll for 1/1/62 states he never reported for duty. No further record.

 ROWZEE (ROWZIE), BENJAMIN F.: enl. 4/27/62 at New Market in Co. E as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (Warren Co. Confederate Monument at Prospect Hill Cem.) says killed (battle and date not stated).

 RUBY, JOHN C.: b. 9/11/36.. 5' 9 1/2", dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. enl. 1/11/63 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. On detail as Regt. blacksmith beginning 11/1/63 ‑ "to make shoe nailes for regt." Absent sick July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at New Market, 4/20/65. d. 1/27/03. bur. Hawkinson United Methodist Church Cem., near Mt. Jackson.

 RUBY, JOSEPH H.: b. 1841. 6'0", dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. enl. 5/1/62 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. Absent at Nov. 1862 muster ‑ "not seen since the & 11/29/62) fight at Berryville." Present Sept./Oct.‑Nov./Dec. 1863. Absent sick, Jan./Feb. 1864. Present March/April 1864. Absent sick, July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Mt. Jackson, 4/20/65. d. 1915. bur. New Mt. Jacksion Com., Mt. Jackson.

 RUBY, WILLIAM HORNER: b. 18"? 5'9", fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. enl. 5/1/62 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. Absent at Nov. 1862 muster ‑ "not seen since the (11/29/62) fight at Berryville." Bay mare appraised at $550 KIA near Upperville, 6/2//63. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. Absent sick July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Mt. Jackson, 4/21/65. d. 1/5/21 in Shenandoah Co. bur. Cedarwood Cem., Edinburg.

 RUCKER, SAMUEL F.: b. 1842? 5'8", dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. enl. 4/2/62 at New Market in Co. E as Pvt. Nov. 1862 roll reports him absent sick since 10/15/62. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑Jan/Feb. 1864. Roll for March 31, 1864 reports him AWOL since 3/6/64. Present at 4/30/64 muster. No further record. Paroled at New Market, 4/20/65. 

RUDOLPH, JOSEPH S.: b. 1/15/44. enl. 3/11/62 at Winchester in Co. C as Corp. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Unofficial source (VSL) says KIA in the Wilderness. d. 5/15/64. bur. St. Paul's Lutheran Cem., Rt. 622, Frederick Co., Va.

 RUDOLPH, NASHVILLE D.: b, 1843 in Shenandoah Co. 5'6", dark complexion, brown eyes, dark hair. Farmer in Saratoga Co. enl. 3/11/62 at Winchester in Co. C as Pvt. Disability discharge at New Market, 12/25/62 ‑ "chronic bronchitis rendering him permanently unfit for military duty." enl. 4/1/64 at Natural Bridge in Co. C as Pvt. Present at 4/30/64 muster. AWOL July/Aug. 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/26/65. Postwar, farmer in Frederick Co., Va. Post office at Star Tannery. Member Turner Ashby Confederate Veterans Camp #22 at Winchester. Entered Camp Lee Soldier's Home at Richmond, date not given. d. 12/20/22. bur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond.

 RUFFNER, BENJAMIN F.: enl. 4/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Pvt. Sept./Oct. 1863 roll shows him AWOL since 10/20/63. Present Nov./Dec. 1863‑Jan./Feb. 1864. AWOL at 4/1/64 muster, but present at 4/30/64 muster. No further record. d. by 1907.

 RULEY, JAMES M.: b. 1843? 5'11", fair complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. Farmer in Rockbridge Co. enl. 5/5/62 at Staunton in Co. I as Pvt. AWOL Sept/Oct. 1863. Absent sick Nov./Dec. 1863‑Jan./Feb. 1864. Disability discharge, 3/20/64 ‑"Incipient Phthisis following cronic (sic) Bronchitis."

 RULEY, WILLIAM A.; enl. 5/5/62 at Staunton in Co. I as Pvt. Rolls for Sept./Oct. 1863‑Jan./Feb. 1864 report him AWOL since 10/1/63. AWOL April, 1864. No further record.

 RUSSELL, CHARLES: Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. I as Pvt.

 RUSSELL, FRANCIS: enl. in 1863 (day and month not stated) at Winchester in Co. I as Pvt. Listed as AWOL since 1/16/63. Dropped from the roll, 4/9/64. No further record.

 RUSSELL, JOHN WILLIAM: b. 8/3/27. Unofficial source (VSL) says he served in Co. C. d. 9/7/98. bur. family graveyard, 2 miles west of Berryville. 

RUST, BUSHROD: b. 1845? TV', fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Residence near Front Royal. enl. 6/18/61 at Front Royal in Walter Bowen's Co. of 7th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Present Nov/Dec. 1861. enl. 4/25/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I of 12th Va. Cav. as Corp. Present Sept/Oct. 1863. Absent sick, Nov/Dec. 1863. Present Jan./Feb. 1864. Absent sick at 4/1/64 muster. Roll for 4/30/64 says absent on detached service since 4/23/64. Unofficial source (McDonald) says wded. at Todd's Tavern, 5/5/64. Paid 11/21/64 for service from 10/30/63‑‑6/30/64. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/28/65. Postwar, living in Roanoke in 1897 as a ‑"distinquished educator." 

RUST, H. CLAY: b. 4/7/42. Appointed Lt. in Co. I, 7/1/62, d. of disease, 11/25/62.

 RUST, JOHN ROBERT: b. 6/14/40 in Warren Co. 6'4", enl. 4/17/62 at Conrad's Store in Co. I as Lt. POW at Beverly Ford, 6/9/63 (Old Capitol Prison, July, 1863; Johnson's Island, 8/2/63). Exchange date not stated. Signs roll as commanding Co., Sept/Oct 1863‑March/April 1864. Sorrell horse appraised at $600 KIA near Lee's Springs, 10/12/63. No further record until POW at his home in Warren Co., 2/18/65 (Ft. McHenry, 2/22/65). To City Point for exchange, 2/24/65. Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 5/1/65. Unofficial source says six horses shot from under him during the war. Unofficial source (McDonald) says wdad., date and battle not stated. Postwar, returned to Warren Co. and resided at Nineveh until 1901; then moved to Haymarket, Prince William Co. m. Nannie Antrim McKay, 12/22/73. d. 6/1/19 at Haymarket. Funeral held at Episcopal Church, at Haymarket. bur. St. Paul's Episcopal Church Cem., Haymarket. 

RUST, WILLIAM M., Listed in Co. I as Pvt. (date and location of enl. not stated). Absent at Charles Town with leave, Nov. 1862. No further record.

 RUTHERFORD, THOMAS E. (or W.): b. 10/6/44. Laborer. enl. 7/1/63 at Shepherdstown, W.Va. in Co. D as Pvt. Absent detached to horse hosp., Sept/Oct‑Nov/Dec 1863. Present Jan./Feb.‑March/April 1864. No further record. Postwar, resident of Shepherdstown, W.Va. m. Francis C. Riley, 4/3/71. d. 3/3/19. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va. 

RYAN, JAMES. Listed in Co. F. Absent at Front Royal, Nov. 1862. No further record.

 RYMAN, DANIEL‑ b. 7/5/33. 5' 6", fair complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. enl. 9/3/62 at New Market in Co. K as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863‑July/Aug 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/20/65. d. 2/9/12. bur. St. John's United Church of Christ Cem., southwest of Edinburg.

 RYMAN, GEORGE H.: b. 12/13/32. 5' 10", light complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. enl. 4/2/62 at New Market in Co. E as Pvt. On detail as Brig. blacksmith, 9/19/62‑Nov. 1862. On detail as Brig. blacksmith, Sept/Oct 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Paroled at New Market, 4/20/65. d. 7/14/10. bur. St. Luke Lutheran Church Cem., St. Luke, Va.

 RYMAN, ISAAC: b. 1825. 5' 6", dark complexion, blue eyes, black hair. enl. 4/2/62 at New Market in Co. E as Pvt. On detail as teamster, Sept.‑Nov. 1862. On detail as Brig. Teamster, Sept/Oct. 1863‑March/April 1864. No further record. Paroled at Winchester, 4/18/65. d. 12/8/13 in Shenandoah Co. bur. St. Luke Lutheran Church Cem., St. Luke, Va.

 RYMAN, SAMUEL A.: b. 1842? 5'7", fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. enl. 4/15 (year not stated) at Timberville in Co. H as Pvt. Present Sept/Oct. 1863‑July/Aug. 1864. Unofficial source (VSL) says wded. near Cedar Creek, exact date not stated. No further record. Paroled at New Market, 4/20/65.

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