Company "A", 43rd Cavalry Battalion
Organized June 10, 1863

Captain James William Foster Jr. Enl. 5-15-61 as Pvt. in 7th Va. Cav. Age 17. Re-enl. 2-9-62. Home KIA 3-23-62 in Battle of Kernstown. Detailed as personal guide for Gen. R.E. Lee 8-26-62. Appears as present and 3rd Sgt. on Nov. -Dec., 1862 muster roll. Led 12 men on furl. from the 7th. Va. Cav. joining with Mosby's command in 3-23-63 fight at Chantilly. Inv. in 5-30-63 raid on train at Catlett's Sta. and fight at Greenwich. Enl. 6-10-63 for the war as Cpt. Co. A, 43rd Va. Cav. by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Capt. 6-12-63 in a barber shop in Middleburg. Age 20, 6'- 0", dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Sent 6-15-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 8-13-63 to Johnson's Island. Shown as POW on 12-21-64 muster roll. Par. 2-24-65 at Johnson's Is. Sent to City Point for exch. Par. 5-17-65 at Winchester. Age 21, dark complexion, dark hair, brown eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 3-15-1844 at "Glen View” near The Plains, son of Thomas R. and Mary A. Foster. Lived in Schuyler in 1909. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, the 1904 reunion in Berryville and elected Commander of the 1905 runion in Fredericksburg. D. 6-10-1913. Bur. Union Cem., Leesburg. Brother of Ranger John Hunton Foster.
2nd Sergeant W. Ben Palmer (promoted) After the war, Ben Palmer owned and operated the W.B. Palmer and Company Commission Merchants, Richmond, Virginia. He died on August 17th, 1917, and is buried in the Hollywood Cemtery, Richmond, Virginia.
1st Lieutenant William Thomas Turner (killed) "Prince George's Tom" 1st Lt., Co. A. Served in the 1st Md. Cav. Enl. 7-10-62 for the war in Co. K, 1st Va. Cav. by Cpt. Gaither in Richmond. One of 15 men from the 1st Va. Cav. detailed to Mosby about 1-18-63. Inv. in 1-26-63 attack on a picket at Chantilly Church. WIA 3-2-63 in fight at Aldie. Inv. in 3-23-63 fight at Chantilly and 4-1-63 fight at Miskel's Farm receiving honorable mention in Mosby's report to Gen. Stuart for "promptitude and boldness." Appears as "present" on 1st Va. Cav. muster rolls until May -June 1863 when shown as "promoted to 1st Lt., Major Mosby's command." Enl. 6-10-63 for the war in the 43rd Va. Cav. by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads. Appointed 1st Lt., Co. A. Inv. in 6-11-63 raid on Seneca Mills, Md. Present on June - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 8-24-63 fight at Gooding's Tavern near Annandale. Led 9-5-63 attack on a picket at Gaskin's Mill near Waterloo, Fauquier Co. and 9-16-63 wagon raid at Fayetteville, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 9-22-63 scout to near Bealeton Station; 10-17-63 fight near Chantilly; and 10-27-63 wagon raid at Chestnut Forks near Warrenton. Led 11-14-63 raid on a sutler's wagon near Fairfax C. H. Inv. in 11-17-63 raid on a picket post at Sulphur Springs near Warrenton: 11-21-63 fight near Bealeton Station; 11-26-63 raid on a wagon camp at Brandy Station and 11-27-63 fight near the Hazel R. in Culpeper Co. Led 1-7-64 attack on a picket on Lee's Ridge near Warrenton. MWIA 1-10-64 in raid on Loudoun Heights. Taken to home of Levi Waters near Hillsboro where he died the next day. Believed to have been originally bur. in the Hillsboro cemetery although a marker now exists at Union Cemetery, Leesburg. Res. Prince George's Co., Md.
3rd Sergeant John Edwin Rowzee Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Prom. 10-1-63 to 4th Sgt., Co. A. Present on June - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Prom. to 3rd Sgt. Co. A (date unknown). Capt. 4-28-64 at Leesburg. Sent to Vienna with note, 'is a noted cut-throat. Has twice taken oaths of allegiance to U. S. Should be tried." Sent 5-3-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-12-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 9", dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fairfax Co.
1st Lieutenant William Lyle Hunter Enl. 5-2-61 for one year in Co. E, 1st Va. Cav. at Waynesboro. Appears on muster roles as Present thru 11-10-61. Prom. Nov. 1861 to 4th Cpl. Present until absent on recruiting duty Jan. - Feb. 1852. Prom. May 1862 to 4th Sgt. One of 15 men from the 1st Va. Cav. detailed to Mosby about 1-18-63. Inv. in 1-26-63 attack on picket at Chantilly. WIA 2-25-63 near Falmouth (possibly 2-26-63 fight at Thompson's X-Roads). Inv. in 3-9-63 Fairfax C. H. raid, 3-23-63 fight at Chantilly, and 4-1-63 fight at Miskel's Farm where he received honorable mention in Mosby's report to Gen. Stuart. Prom. 4-6-63 to 3rd. Sgt., 1st Va. Cav. Capt. 4-25-63 at Charles Utterback's near Warrenton. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Par 5-10-63. Enl. 6-10-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war and elected 2nd Lt., Co. A by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 6-11-63 raid on Seneca Mills, Md. and 10-11-63 raid on a wagon train west of Alexandria. Paid $630 between 7-1-63 and 2-1-64. Present on June - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Led a detachment of about 30 men on 2-18-64 through Fauquier Co. in pursuit of a Federal raiding party. Boarded during the war at the home of Jamison Ashby near Piedmont. Inv. in 2-22-64 fight at Dranesville where he received honorable mention in Mosby's report to Gen. Stuart and 3-8-64 fight at Greenwich in Prince William Co. Prom. 3-28-64 to 1st Lt., Co. A. Capt. 4-22-64 near the Double Toll Gate near Aldie after an attack on pickets near Hunter's Mill in Fairfax Co. Sent 4-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Trans. with other Confederate officers to Morris Island, S. C. becoming one of the "Immortal 600." Trans. 10-23-64 to Fort Pulaski, Ga. Trans. to Hilton Head Island, S. C. Trans. back to and rec. 3-12-65 at Ft. Delaware. Par. at Ft. Delaware (date unknown). Par. 5-8-65 at Winchester. Age 22, 6'- 0", fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. near Staunton. B. 1842 in Augusta Co. Moved to Cerro Gordo, Inyo Co., Ca. near Death Valley from his home near Stuart's Draft in 1868. Along with his brother, operated pack trains hauling borax out of Death Valley and water into the area. M. 1875 to Carrie Duval. Had five children. Elected 1884 Co. Clerk for Inyo Co. serving two years. Lived at Georges Creek, Inyo Co. in 1886. D. 9-27-1907 in Georges Greek, Ca.
4th Sergeant John H. Thomas Enl. 4-18-62 in Co. G, 4th Va. Cav. Age 19, 6'- 0", fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. B. Fairfax Co. Admitted 6-11-62 to Chimborazo Hosp. with diarrhea. Ret. to duty 5-20-63. Disch. 5-23-63. Enl. 9-1-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 11-14-63 raid on a Sutler's wagon near Fairfax C. H. Capt. 11-16-63 in Fairfax Co. and charged with plundering. Par. (date unknown). Present on Sept. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. Inv. in 7-6-64 fight at Mt. Zion Church. Led 10-9-64 skirmish and capture of dispatches at Ashby's Gap. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 21, 6'- 0", fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Richmond. Surrendered par. 5-9-65 and took oath at Alexandria. Son of Henry W. Thomas, auditor for the Confederate government. May have lived in Md. prior to the war. Post-war res. Baltimore, Md.
2nd Lieutenant Joseph Henry Nelson Enl. 4-22-61 as a Pvt. in Co. K, 17th Va. Inf. at Warrenton. Occ. farmer. WIA at 2nd Manassas. Joined Mosby's command about 2-6-63. Inv. in 2-11-63 scout to Herndon Station area; 2-26-63 attack on a picket post at Thompson's Comer northeast of Chantilly; and 3-9-63 Fairfax C. H. Raid. Capt. 5-16-63 in fight at Berry's Ferry and sent to Martinsburg, W. Va. Trans. to Ft. McHenry. Par. 5-20-63 and sent to Fortress Monroe for exch. Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 6-11-63 raid on Seneca Mills, Md and 6-18-63 capt. of Hookers dispatches at the Almond Birch home near Arcola. Prom. 10-1-63 to 3rd Lt., Co. A at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Rec. $270.00 for the period 10-1-63 to 12-31-63. Present on June - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 1-7-64 attack on a picket on Lee's Ridge near Warrenton. Prom. 3-28-64 to 2nd Lt., Co. A. WIA 4-22-64 near Aldie after an attack on pickets at Hunter's Mill in Fairfax Co. Inv. in 5-21-64 raid on a cavalry camp at Guard Hill near Front Royal. Led 6-29-64 fight between Charles Town and Halltown, W. Va. Inv. in 7-20-64 attack on a wagon camp near Snickersville. Led 8-8-64 attack on two pickets on the Braddock Road near Alexandria. Inv. in 8-13-64 Berryville wagon raid. WIA (leg) while leading 9-4-64 fight at Myer's Ford, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 26, 5'- 9", fair complexion, black hair, hazel eyes. Res. near Warrenton. B. 11-23-1838. Mayor for Warrenton after the war. Attended the 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, the 1897 reunion in Baltimore, Md., the 1904 reunion in Berryville and the 1899 reunion in Front Royal. Lived in Washington, D. C., 1895 to death. D. 11-28-1904. Bur. Warrenton Cem., Warrenton. Related to Ranger George H. Whitescarver, Jr.While attempting to rescue 1st Lieutenant William Hunter on the evening of April 22nd, 1864, after Hunter's horse was shot out from under him, Nelson received a painful bullet wound in his hip. He escaped, and was taken to Sam Craig's, in the Bull Run Mountains for medical attention. Joseph was again wounded in the engagement at Myer's Ford, on September 4th, 1864.After the war, he resided at Washington, D.C., where he died on November 28th, 1904. He is buried in the Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Virginia.
5th Sergeant Edward W. "Ned" Rector Enl. 12-15-63 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Prom. to 5th Sgt., Co. A (date unknown). Present on Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 7-30-64 Adamstown. Md. raid. WIA (ankle) 8-13-64 in Berryville Wagon Raid. Member of Ranger William "Major" Hibbs; "Corn Detail." Par. 4,22-65 at Winchester. Age 27, 5'- 10", light complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.Sergeant Rector was wounded on Friday, August 12th, 1864 as Mosby's men fought a Yankee Cavalry party who sought refuge in a brick church in the suburbs of Berryville.
3rd Lieutenant George H. Whitescarver (killed) Enl. 6-6-61 in Co. K, 17th Va. Inf. by Cpt. B. H. Shackleford at Fairfax C. H. Age 22, AWOL 5-16-62. Trans. 5-24-62 to Co. B, 24th Va. Cav, (Scott's Partisan Rangers) by S. O. #119/8. Capt. 10-1-62 at Warrenton. Par. 11-12-62. Delivered to City point for exch. 11-18-62. Admitted 11-24-62 to General Hosp. at Petersburg with note "Paroled prisoner." Disch. 2-5-63 upon disbandment of Scott's Partisan Rangers. Age 23. B. Fauquier Co. 5'- 9", light complexion, light hair, light eyes. Occ. farmer. Joined Mosby's command about 2-1-63. Inv. in 3-9-63 Fairfax C. H. Raid. Inv. in 4-1-63 fight at Miskel's Farm. Enl. 6-10-63 in Co. A by Maj. J. S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, being elected 3rd. Lt., Co. A. KIA 6-11-63 in raid on Seneca Mills, Md. Bur. near where he fell in Seneca Mills, Md. B. 1839, son of George H. Whitescarver, Sr. 1860 res. Warrenton. Related to Ranger Joseph H. Nelson.
1st Corporal Charles E. Davis
3rd Lieutenant Henry H. "Harry" Hatcher Member of Cpt. Turner Ashby's Mountain Rangers prior to the Civil War. Enl. 4-19-61 in Co. A, 7th Va. Cav. at Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Prom. 4th Sgt. on Nov. - Dec. 1861 muster rolls. Killed a Federal cavalryman in April 1862 who was riding up behind Gen. Turner Ashby. WIA 5-23-62 at Buckton Station. Sgt. Maj. 8-10-62 to 3-12-63. Re-Enl. 3-12-63 at New Market. Absent Dec., 1863 to April, 1864 AWOL. Inv. in several scouts, raids, etc. with Mosby's command while still attached to the 7th Va. Cav. including 4-1-63 fight at Miskel's Farm in which he gave Mosby his horse and received honorable mention in Mosby's report to Gen. Stuart. Trans. to the 43rd Va. Cav, 3-28-64 and prom. to 3rd. Lt., Co. A. Inv. in 4-22-64 attack on pickets near Hunters Mill in Fairfax Co. and fight near Aldie; and attack on a B&O train between Martinsburg, W. Va. and Winchester between April and May 1864. Led a small party of men 5-8-64 on a scout to Fairfax Co. Inv. in 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.; and 7-6-64 fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie. Led a detachment of 15 men 7-21-64 in attacking the rear of Wright's 6th Corps. Near Leesburg. Inv. in 7-30-64 raid on Adamstown, Md.; 8-13-64 Berryville wagon raid: 8-20-64 skirmishes near Roper's house near Charles Town, W. Va.; and 8-24-64 attack on the stockade at Annandale. Led B-29-64 attack on picket post on the Chain Bridge Road near Lewinsville, Fairfax Co. Inv. in 9-23-64 attack on the Reserve Brigade of Merritt's Cav. Div. near Chester Gap; 10-13-64 skirmishes on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 10-14-64 "Greenback Raid" on the B&O RR near Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 10-25-64 attack on a wagon train and capture of Gen. A. N. Duffie on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; and 10-29-64 fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Led one squadron in 11-18-64 fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Capt. 3-14-65 at home at Hatcher's Mill on Little River Turnpike near Middleburg. Sent 3-17-65 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 3-24-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-16-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 7 1/4", dark complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Referred to by Mosby during and after the war as "the bravest of the brave". B. 1841. son of Gurley R. and Mary Hatcher. D. 4-23-1895. Bur. Sharon Cem.. Middleburg. Brother of Ranger Richard Wellington "Welt" Hatcher and Cpt. Daniel C. Hatcher of the 7th Va. Cav.Harry is buried in the Sharon Cemetery, Middleburg, Virginia.
2nd Corporal John Thomas Gulick Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Prom. to 2nd Cpl., Co. A. WIA (severely) 1-1-64 in fight at Five Points in Fauquier Co. Present on June - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 2-16-65 in Loudoun Co. Sent 2-18-65 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 3-2-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-15-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'-9 1/2", light complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Res. Loudoun Co.Born December 2nd, 1844, Charles enlisted (at the ripe old age of 19) in the 43rd Virginia Cavalry for the duration of the war on August 30th, 1863, sworn in by John S. Mosby, in the flesh, in Fauquier County, Va. He was captured on December 20th, 1863, paroled in early 1864, and was captured again on April 9th, 1864, at Middleburg, Virginia, was transferred as a P.O.W. from the Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C., to Fort Warren on April 20th, 1864, where he finished out the war, taking the oath of allegiance at Fort Warren on June 10th, 1865. Listed as 5'-7" with dark complexion, hazel eyes and brown hair. As time began to claim the survivors, he attended the 1895 Mosby Unit Reunion held at Marshal, Va. After the war, he resided at Middleburg, Virginia. Davis died July 19th, 1900, and is buried in the Tackett-Borroughs Cemetery, Remington, Virginia.
1st Sergeant John W. Corbin Enl. 8-7-63 for the war in Richmond by Capt. Samuel T. Bayly. Mustered in 10-1-63 and appointed 4th Sgt., Co. A at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Hands and feet frost bit 1-7-64 in raid on picket at Lee's Ridge near Warrenton. Present on Aug. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 2-18-64 at Gibson's house in Fauquier Co. Sent 2-23-64 to Old Capital Prison. Admitted 3-31-64 to Kalrama Hosp. with varioloides. Sent 4-23-64 to Lincoln Gen. Hosp. to convalesce. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Par. for exch. 10-31-64 at FL Delaware. Admitted 11-23-64 to Chimborazo Hosp. #1 with chronic diarrhea. Appears on 11-29-64 clothing receipt roll at Chimborazo Hosp. Ret. to duty 11-30-64. Inv. in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton where he was recognized by Mosby for "distinguised prowess". Boarded at the house of Mr. George Short in Fauquier Co. Par. 5-23-65 at Richmond. Destination: Northam Neck. B. in Accomac Co. Pre-war res. Baltimore, Md. Lived in Harborton in 1895. Member James A. Herbert Camp #657, UCV, Baltimore, Md.Sergeant Corbin had his hands and feet severely frozen on January 6th, 1864, on duty on the western slope of Watery Mountain,Lee's Ridge. By Wednesday, March 22nd, 1865, the Confederacy was in dire straits. So too, for Mosby's Regiment. At this time, Company A was under the command of Sergeant John Corbin, who has but a short time previous been released from Federal prison. All the commissioned, as well as the non-commissioned officers of this company, except for Corbin, was either killed, wounded, or captured, the officers were filled in for, temporarily, by privates.
Davis, Charles E. Mills Served in Co. H, the 1st Va. Cav. (dates unknown, post-war roster). Enl. 8-30-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Capt. 12-20-63. Shown as "captured prisoner" on Aug. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Par. (date unknown). Capt. 4-9-64 at Middleburg. Sent 4-12-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 4-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-10-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 7", dark complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Loudoun Co. B. 12-2-1844. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall. Lived in Middleburg in 1895. D. 7-19-1900, Sur. Tackett-Borroughs Cem, Remington.
3rd Corporal George Skinner George was captured in the engagement at Myer's Ford, on September 4th, 1864. After the war, George moved to Baltimore, Maryland, where he owned and operated the G. Skinner and Company, wholesaler of liquors, spending many a hot summer weekend day reminiscing with some of the "boys" led by the "Grey Fox," Mosby. George took his final breaths on March 29th, 1904, near Aldie, Virginia.
2nd Sergeant, Lake, Thomas W. Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 7-21-63 capt. of three sutler's wagons near Mt. Gilead, Loudoun Co. and detailed to take the prisoners to Culpeper C. H. Capt. 8-4-63 with brother Luther Branwell Lake at their brother's home near Rectortown, Fauquier Co. Sent 8-15-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 8-23-63 to Pt. Lookout. Escaped Pt. Lookout 9-4-63 with brother Luther Branwell Lake swimming the Potomac River to return to Fauquier Co. Present on June - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. WIA (right leg) 7-6-64 in fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie. Capt. 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Sent 10-29-64 to Did Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-15-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 5 1/2", ruddy complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Warrenton. B. 6-25-1845, son of Isaac Lake. Lived in Philomont in 1909. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, 1908 reunion in Hamilton, 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg and 1910 reunion in Herndon. D. 12-17-1914. Sur. Union Cem., Leesburg. Half uncle of Rangers Ludwell Lake, Jr., William Henry Lake and James Robert (Bob) Lake. Brother of Ranger Luther Branwell Lake.
4th Corporal Walter Scott Whaley Enl. 7-5-63 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 9-22-63 scout to Bealeton Station area. Prom. 10-1-63 to 4th Cpl., Co. A. Inv. in 10-11-63 attack on wagon train west of Alexandria; 11-21-63 fight near Bealeton Station and 11-16-63 raid on a wagon camp at Brandy Station. Present on July -Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 1-10-64 raid on Loudoun Heights; 2-22-64 fight at Dranesville; 4-29-64 scout to Fairfax Co.; 6-24-64 fight at Machen's barn near Centraville; 6-29-54 attack on Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; and 7-18-64 skirmish near Union Mills, Fairfax Co. Led 8-7-64 scout to near Annandale and Burke's Station. Inv. in 8-8-64 fight at Fairfax Station and 9-15-64 skirmish near Germantown. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 22, 5'- 10", light complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fairfax Co. Widow lived at Clifton Station.
Adams, Thomas W. Enl. 5-23-61 in Co. D. 8th Va. Inf. for one year by Cpt. Wm. N. Berkley at Leesburg. Age 26. Res. Md. Disch. 8-23-62. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 8-8-63 at Middleburg. Sent 8-23-63 to Pt. Lookout. Exch. 5-3-64, Admitted 5-8-64 to Chimborazo Hosp. #3. Furl. 6-1-64. WIA 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's near Upperville, Par. 5-8-65 at Winchester. Age 29, 5'- 9", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Loudoun Co. B. 3-1-1836 in Md. D. 2-24-1883. Sur. Sharon Cem, Middleburg.
Alexander, David Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Capt. 11-21-63 at Middleburg. Sent 11-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-3-64 to Pt. Lookout. Par. and exch. 2-24-64 at Aiken's Landing. Par. 4-22-65 at Conrad's Ferry, Md.

Alexander, John Henry
Alexander, John Henry Pvt., Co. A. Enl. 4-20-64. Inv. in 4-22-64 attack on pickets near Hunter's Mill in Fairfax Co. and fight near Aldie: 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.; and Summer 1864 scout to the Big Falls of the Potomac. WIA (head wound) 7-30-64 at Barnesville, Md. in Adamstown, Md. raid. Inv. in 9-4-64 fight at Gold's Farm near Berryville; 10-11-64 skirmishes along the Manassas Gap RR between The Plains and Rectortown (the Whitewood fight): 10-14-64 "Greenback Raid" on the B&O RR near Duffield's Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 10-29-64 fight at Dulany's near Upperville; 11-18-64 fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 12-27-64 skirmishes with Federal troops passing through Fauquier Co.; and 3-21-65 Hamilton fight. Boarded at the home of Hugh Waters' mother south of Upperville, Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'-4", light complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Res. Leesburg. Arrested for breaking parole and confined at Winchester for two weeks. B. 9-23-1846 in Clarke Co. Attended the Univ. of Va. after the war receiving a law degree. Opened a law practice in Leesburg in 1871. Became Va's state attorney in 1895. M. Emma H. Hughes. Had five children. Attended 1897 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Baltimore, Md. and was elected 1st vice-commander of the John S. Mosby Camp #101 UCV for 1898. Attended 1904 reunion in Berryville and the 1908 reunion in Hamilton. D. 2-9-1909. Bur. Union Cem, Leesburg.
Allen, Tiphen Walsingham Capt. 5-11-64 in Loudoun Co. Sent 5-19-64 to Camp Chase. Par. 2-25-65 at Camp Chase and sent to City Pt. for exch. Admitted 3-9-65 to Jackson Hosp. and furl. Age 31, 5'-9 1/2", fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Shenandoah Co.
Allison, William M. Capt. 9-6-63 near Aldie. Sent to Pt. Lookout. Trans. to Elmira, NY. Par. 3-10-65 at Elmira, NY. Sent to the James River for exch.
Ames, James F "Big Yankee" 2nd. Lt., Co. F. Enl. 10-29-61 in New York for 3 years. Age 30. 5'- 9 ½" light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. B. Bangor, Ma. Occ. Sailor. Mustered 10-31-61 as Cpl., Co. M, 5th NY Cav. Trans. 1862 to Co. L, 5th NY Cav, Prom. 5-11-62 to Sgt. Stationed at Fairfax C. H. Deserted 2-10-63 to join Mosby's command. Walked with Walter E. Frankland to Germantown, Fairfax Co. (25 miles) to secure mounts in Feb. 1863. Inv. in 2-26-63 attack on a picket post at Thompson's Comer northeast of Chantilly. Guided Mosby in 3-9-63 raid on Fairfax C. H. Inv. in 3-17-63 attack on picket at Herndon Station; 3-23-63 Chantilly fight; and 4-1-63 Miskel's Farm fight. Commended in Mosby's report as "one whose promptitude and boldness in closing in with the enemy contributed much to the success of the fight." WIA (shoulder) in early April 1863 at Hatcher's Mill when he along with Daniel and Harry Hatcher engaged five Union cavalrymen. Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 6-28-63 raid on Mercersburg, Pa. Inv. in 10-11-63 raid on a wagon train west of Alexandria and 8-8-64 light at Fairfax Station. Prom. 9-13-64 to 2nd Lt., Co. F. KIA 10-9-64 at Benjamin Cook Shacklett's near Piedmont. Ranger Ludwell Lake, killed the Federal soldier, named Johnson, as he was going through Ames' pockets Bur. in an unmarked grave near where he fell. A monument was erected in Hollywood Cem, Richmond. to Ames' memory.
Anderson, Samuel B. Capt. 5-5-63 at Union Mills, Fairfax Co. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. to Ft. McHenry. Trans. 7-6-63 to Ft. Delaware. Trans. 10-26-63 to Pt. Lookout. Took oath 6-9-64 at Pt. Lookout. Joined US forces.
Anderson, William A. "Will" Anderson, William A. "Will" Pvt., Co. A. Enl. 6-10-61 in the Loudoun Art. at Leesburg. Trans. Oct., 1862 to the Fauquier Art. Capt. 4-19-63 at Suffolk. Par. until exch. 4-21-63 at Fortress Monroe. Enl. 6-10-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby at Rectors X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Capt. 8-20-63 at Aldie. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-26-63 to Pt. Lookout. Par. 5-3-64 at Pt. Lookout. Inv. in 8-8-64 fight at Fairfax Station and 10-29-64 fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Capt. 3-14-65 in Fairfax Co. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 3-24-65 to FL Warren. Took oath 6-16-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 9", dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Joined the Lee Camp, UCV at Alexandria in May 1890. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall and 1897 reunion in Baltimore, Md. Lived in Alexandria in 1897. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers of Fairfax Co. Age 58. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Grocer in Washington, D. C. in 1909. Admitted 11-10-1918 to R. E. Lee Camp Soldiers Home, Richmond. Age 74. Applied 12-28-1912 for pension in Fairfax Co. D. 7-14-1919.
Arnett, William N. Enl. 5-13-61 in Co. A, 8th Va. Inf. by Cpt. N. R. Heaton at Hillsboro. AWOL 11 -24-62 to 8-31-63, Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Present on Sept. 1863 6th Va. Cav. muster roll. Capt. 4-6-65 near Farmville. Sent 4-14-65 to Pt. Lookout. Took oath 6-22-65 at Pt. Lookout. 5'- 11", brown hair, blue eyes. Attended 1910 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Herndon. Res. Bluemont.
Ash, James W. Enl. 7-1-61 in the Fauquier Art at Markham, Fauquier Co. Present on all muster rolls thru Feb. 1865. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Par. 4-24-65 at Winchester. Age 38, 5'-7 1/2", grey complexion, dark hair, grey eyes,
Ash, Joseph Adelbert Ash, Joseph Adelbert Pvt., Co. A. Enl. 7-15-61 in the Fauquier Art. at Markham, Fauquier Co. WIA at Seven Pines. Capt. 5-18-63 at Winchester. Sent to Baltimore. Par. 5-20-63 at Ft. McHenry and sent to Fortess Monroe for exch. Present on muster rolls thru Feb. 1865. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Par. 4-24-65 at Winchester, Age 23, 5' 8", fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes.
Ayre, George H. George Hyde Ayre grew up on the Ayrshire Farm in upper Upperville, Virginia, where George's family lived during the war. It was one of the "safe" houses to a certain degree although it played host to more dinner guests than hiding "Mosby's Rangers." Local lore has it that George Hyde Ayre's father, George Stephenson Ayre always had coffee on hand at the farm, and John Singleton Mosby loved to go drink his coffee. This is substantiated by post-war Mosby unit histories written by veterans of Mosby. George Hyde Ayre served with Mosby until April 29th, 1864, when he was captured by Yankees near the farm while he was on his way to Leesburg to buy an option on the adjacent farm to the west called Llangollen. He had $ 20,000 in gold stitched into his saddle when he was captured. Horse shot 2-20-64 in fight at Blakeley's Grove near Bloomfield, Loudoun Co. Capt. 4-29-64 near Upperville, Sent 5-3-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-10-65 at Ft. Warren. 6' -1 1/2", dark complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. B. 1846, the son of George S. and Mary Ann Ayre at "Ayreshire," near Upperville. Lived in Burchard, Neb. in 1909.
Ayres, J.F. (post-war roster).
Bailey, John T. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll.
Bailey, Samuel J. Bailey, Samuel J. Pvt., Co. A. Enl. Aug. 1863 for the war by William Thomas Turner in Fauquier Co. Capt. 11-21-63 near Mountville, Loudoun Co. Sent 11-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-3-64 to Pt. Lookout. Par. and exch. 2-13-65. Appears on 1-17-65 list of par. and exch. prisoners at Camp Lee, Richmond. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 22, 5'- 9", fair complexion, dark hair, brown eyes. Res. Purcellville, B. 1844. Engr. for the Pa. RR after the war. Lived in Columbia, Pa. for approx. 30 years. Had three children. D. 4-14-1914 in Lancaster, Pa. Bur. in St. Anthony's Cem, Lancaster, Pa.
Baker, George E. (post-war roster). Lived in Md. before the war. Lived in Montgomery Co., Md. after the war.



Ballard, John N.


Mr. Ballard was born January 1, 1839 in Albemarle County, Va. He joined up with the"Col" Mosby mid month of May, 1863. John was shot in the leg on the morning of June 22nd, 1863, on the eastern slope of the Bull Run Mountains, near Dr. Ewell's farm. Ballard's leg was crushed by the ball, and the rough riding back to the mountains made the fracture worse. (His horse had an eye shot out which became unmanageable). He was taken to the home of Robert Whiteacre, near the top of the mountain, where his leg was amputated. He was nursed back to health until he could be taken to Bennevue, the home of Mr. William Ayre. The following winter he was again in the saddle and with his command, but had his artificial leg crushed in a charge with Capt. A. E. Richards, on a Federal camp near Halltown. He afterwards came in possession of the leg of U.S. Colonel Ulric Dahlgren, with which he was fitted with, and able to continue in active service until the end of the war.
Enl. 4-8-61 for one year as a Pvt., 2nd S.C. Inf. by Cpt. Wallace at Columbia, S.C. Age 23. AWOL on muster rolls for Sept. -Oct. 1862. AWOL on muster rolls until May -June 1863 when he is shown as "AWOL since 7-10-62 and in a Cav. unit." Appears as "dropped from rolls" on Sept. - Oct. 1963 muster roll. Reported to have trans. to 56th Va. Regt. Prom. to Lt. WIA (left arm) in battle at Brandy Station. Joined Mosby's command about 5-15-63. Inv. in 6-11-63 raid on Seneca Mills, Md. WIA 6-22-63 (right leg) in fight at Ewell's Chapel. Taken to Robert Whitacre's home in the Bull Run Mountains where he had his leg amputated. Taken to "Ben Venue", the home of William Ayre in Fauquier Co., to convalese. Admitted to Richmond General Hosp. #1 (date unknown.) to certify disability. Rec. disability disch. 10-17-63. Payed $182.47 on 10-19-63 for the period 5-16-63 to 10-17-63. Ret. to his home in Charlottesville. Rec. wooden leg of Col. Ulric Dahlgren. son of Adm. Dahlgren, U.S.N. Rejoined the 43rd Va. Cav. Later became a conscript officer. Served with Gen. J. C. Breckenridge. B. 1-1 -1839 in Albemarle Co. Moved to Fairfax Co. after the war. Commissioner of Revenue for Fairfax Co. for 32 years. M. Sept. 1874 to Miss Lillie Thrift. Had four children. Member of the Mart UCV Camp in Fairfax. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, the 1897 reunion in Baltimore, Md and the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Age 59. D. 10-13-1922 near Legato, Fairfax. Co. Bur. Fairfax Cem, Fairfax Co.
Barnes, John Horace "Jack" Enl. 4-25-61 as a Pvt. in Co. D, 17th Va. Inf. at Fairfax C. H. Occ. farmer. Prom. 5-24-61 to Cpl. Capt. 6-9-61 near Fairfax C. H. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Admitted 6-18-61 to U. S. Army Gen. Hosp. with rubeola. Ret. to duty. (date unknown). Par. and exch. Jan. 1863. AWOL on Dec. 1861 muster roll. Joined Mosby's command in early Mar. 1863: Inv. in 3-9-63 Fairfax C. H. raid. Capt. 3-13-63 at "Hope Park." Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Par. 3-30-63 from Old Capitol Prison. Sent to Petersburg. Appointed Sgt. of the parole camp. Rejoined Mosby's command in Upperville about 4-25-63 Capt. 4-27-63 near Cub Run on the Little River Turnpike with Albert Wrenn and Peachy R. Taliaferro. Appears on a list of prisoners sent to Old Capitol Prison on 5-4-63 with note "not subject to exchange." Par. for exch. 5-19-63 at Old Capitol Prison, Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 8-3-63 wagon raid near Fairfax C. H. and 8-24-63 fight at Gooding's Tavern near Annandale. Capt. 10-22-63 while scouting between Fairfax G. H. and Annandale, Identified in Federal reports as the celebrated guerrilla, Jack Barnes. "Sent 10-22-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Tried in Washington, D. C. for violating the oath of allegiance and stealing horses," Sent 7-26-64 to Albany. NY Prison. Par. 4-27-65 at Albany, N. Y. Prison but not released. Took oath 5-29-65. Retained in prison after Lincoln's assassination. Wife, Mary J. Barnes appealed to President Andrew Johnson to secure a pardon for Barnes. Rel. from Albany, NY Prison in the summer 1865. B. 1832 in Md., son John Sr. and Sarah Barnes. Moved 1838 to "Hope Park" plantation SE of Fairfax C. H. M. Mary J. Fox and had 6 children. Appointed constable in 1857 and deputy sheriff in 1859. Operated "Hope Park Mill" before and for a short time after the war. Sold "Hope Park" house and mill 6-6-1870. Operated a hotel at Fairfax C. H. Filed for a pension in Fairfax Co. D. 1897 in Washington, D. C. Bur. Fairfax Cem, Fairfax.
Barr, Charles N. Capt. and sent to Ft. Warren. Post-war res. Herndon.
Barton, Benjamin Served in Co. H, 1st Va. Cav. Enl. 11 -20-63 for the war in the 43rd Va. Cav. by John S. Mosby at the Plains. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. KIA 6-5-64 while pressing corn at James Walker's home near Waterford. B. 4-2-1845 at the "Trapp" in Loudoun Co. son of Bailey R. Barton. 1860 res. Middleburg P. 0., Loudoun Co. Occ. Student.
Bates, Roslin Capt. 2-18-64 in Fairfax Co. Sent 2-23-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. NFR.
Beall, Brooke Capt. 9-23-63 near Madison C. H. Sent 9-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-26-63 to Pt. Lookout. Trans. 11-15-63 to Hammond General Hosp. Par. for exch. 3-17-64 at Hammond General Hosp., Pt. Lookout.
Beavers, Charles Fenton Enl. 9-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Present on Sept. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Turned self in to Federal forces in Loudoun Co. on 12-25-63. Took oath Feb. 1864. Spied in the Vienna and Alexandria area before returning to the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 6-3-64 near Gum Springs, Loudoun Co. Sent 6-7-64 to Old Capital Prison. Tried and convicted of violating the oath and being a spy. Executed by hanging on 8-28-64 at Old Capitol Prison.- Res. Seven miles west of Drainsville. Age 21, 6'-0", light complexion, light hair.
Belvin, John A. Jr. Capt. 9-22-63 near Madison C. H. Sent 9-26-63 to Pt. Lookout. Trans. 10-20-63 to Johnson's Is. Took oath 5-13-65 at Johnson's Is. Age 25, 5'- 9", fair complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Res. Richmond.
Benchler, G. T. (post-war roster).
Bern, C. N. Enl. 11-11-64 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Age 18. B. Loudoun Co.
Berryman, Frank C. Enl. 11 -10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-23-65 at Winchester. Age 20, 5- 9", fair complexion, light hair, hazel eyes. Res. Markham. Lived in Md. before the war. Carpenter in Alexandria in 1909.
Betts, Edward R. Capt. 2-18-64 near Upperville. Sent to Ft. Delaware. Exch. Admitted 9-22-64 to Chimborazo Hosp. #5. Furl. 9-27-64 for 40 days. Res. Halifax Co. B. 1846. Admitted 9-6-1909 to the R. E. Lee Camp Soldier's Home, Richmond. Disch. 10-1-1909. D. 12-16-1912. Bur. Hollywood Cem, Richmond.
Binns, Charles Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. about 7-2-63 coming from the Falls Church area with Daniel French Dulany, Dulany M. Richards and John Prout. Deserted 11 -3-63 to avoid arrest by Mosby. Assisted Federal forces on several occasions on scouts through Fauquier Co. in search of Mosby and his men. S. 1832 in Loudoun Co.. son of John and Mary Binns M. (1) 10-11 1854 to Mary E. Gantt Rich. M. (2) 2-12-1899 to Frances G. Cannon. Lived near Vienna. Stepfather of Ranger Dulany M. Richards.
Bishop, John H. Par. 5-15-65 at Charles Town, W. Va. Age 31, 5'- 11". light complexion, black hair, hazel eyes. Lived in Charles Town, W. Va. in 1909. B. 10-24-1835. D. 12-26-1922. Bur. Edge Hill Cem, Charles Town, W. Va.
Bishop, Stephen George R. Enl. 11-21-63 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1864 muster roll. Capt. 4-29-64 at Upperville and sent to Vienna. Sent 5-3-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-10-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'-7", dark complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Loudoun Co.
Bonnell, Dallas H. Enl. Oct. 1863. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Age 52.
Bowen, John W. Enl. 12-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Present on Dec. 1863 muster roll.
Bowie, John W. Enl. 12-1-63 In Fauquier Co. for the war. Present on Dec. 1863 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 5", fair complexion, dark hair. grey eyes. Res. Upperville. 1846 the son of Nimrod J. and Sarah Anne Bowie. 1860 res. near Upperville. Member Henry Kyd Douglas Camp #1720, UCV.
Boyd, Henry C. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Res. Warren Co.
Brawner, C. W. (post-war roster)
Brawner, Henry Newlon Enl. 1-17-64 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 16, 5'-7", light complexion, auburn hair, blue eyes. Res. Prince William Co. B. 9-30-1847, son of Redmond Brawner. Lived in Alexandria in 1909. Admitted 10-26-1919 to the R. E. Lee Camp Soldier's Home, Richmond. Disch. 12-29-1926. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall. D. 2-9-1932. Bur. Church of Our Savior Cem, Little Georgetown, Fauquier Co. Brother of Ranger William A. Brawner.
Brawner, James W. Capt. 4-4-63 at home near Aldie, Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Par. 4-17-63 and sent to City Point for exch.
Brawner, William A. Present on 1-21-64 muster roll. Inv. in 2-18-64 skirmish near Pads. Capt. 2-20-64 at Upperville, wearing partial Federal uniform. Sent 2-24-64 to Camp Chase. Trans. 3-14-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 6-19-64 at Ff. Delaware. Age 18, 5'-7", ruddy complexion, red hair, grey eyes. Res. Prince William Co. B. 1845, son of Redmond Brawner. D. 1920. Bur. in Greenwood Cem, Orlando, Fl.
Brent, James R. Enl. 4-19-61 in Co. A, 7th Va. Cav. at Harpers Ferry. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). Par. 5-17-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 5", florid complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Lived in Md. prior to the war. Post-war res. Baltimore, Md. Lived in Silver City, N. M. in 1909. Elected Sheriff of White Oak, N. M. Son of Fayette and Juliette Brent. Brother of Ranger William A. Brent.
Brethod, Isaac Enl. 11-20-63 for the war by John B. Mosby at the Plains. Appears on Nov. - Dec. 1863 as "absent, POW. Capt. 12-10-63 at Salem." Sent 12-25-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-10-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 8", dark complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Washington Co., Md.
Brewer, Charles W. Bugler for the 43rd Va. Cav. Enl. 9-1-63 for the war by John B. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Capt. 11-20-63. Sent 11-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Admitted 1-5-64 to Kalorama Hosp. with smallpox. Died 1-22-64. Age 17. Bur. 1-24-64. B. Loudoun Co.
Broadwater, Richard Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'- 10", light complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Fairfax Co. B. 1846. D. 1919 in Fairfax. Bur. Fairfax Cem, Fairfax.
Bunell, D. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'-5", light complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.
Bunnell, Thomas N. Enl. 1861 in the Confederate army. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). Appears on 1898 roster of Confederate soldiers. Scott Dist., Fauquier Co. Age 58.
Burgess, Moses Par. 4-23-65 at Winchester. Age 20, 5'- 11", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.
Burke, Thomas T. Enl. 7-5-63 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Had a horse give way and a mule shot out from under him in 7-24-63 fight near Mountville, Loudoun Co. Present on July - Dec. 1863 muster roll. WIA 2-22-64 in Dranesville fight. Capt. 4-15-64 in Loudoun Co. Sent 4-18-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-12-65. Age 17, 5'-7 3/4", dark complexion, light hair. Res. Fairfax Co. Lived in Barcroft, Arlington Co. in 1909. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Gov. in Fredericksburg and the 1910 reunion in Herndon Res. Barcroft. Bur. Arlington Cem, Arlington.
Butler, William B. Capt. and par. prior to 10-31-64. Capt. 11-29-64 at Centreville. Sent 11-30-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 11 3/4", dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Res. Fairfax Station.
Campbell, John H. Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Capt. 11 -20-63 near Middleburg. Sent 11-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Admitted 1-6-64 to Washington, D. C, Hosp. with pneumonia. Trans, 2-3-64 to Pt. Lookout. Par. for exch. 11-1-64 at PI. Lookout. Appears on 11-24-64 clothing receipt roll, Capt. 2-18-65 in Loudoun Co. Sent 2-18-65 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 3-2-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-15-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'-4", light complexion, black hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.
Campbell, John W. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 20. 5'- 9", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 1845, the son of Alexander J. and Mary A. F. Campbell. 1860 res. Waarrenton. D. 1883. Bur, Warrenton Cem, Warrenton.
Carlisle, David Grafton Served in Co. F, 12th Va. Cav. POW at Pikeville, Md. on 9-12-62. Sent to Ft. McHenry 9-14-62. Enl. 6-10-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 6-11-63 raid at Seneca Mills, Md. Capt. 12-25-63 in Salem. Sent 1-1-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 4-17-64 to Pt. Lookout. Par. for exch. 5-3-64 at Pt. Lookout. Inv. in 6-29-64 attack on Duffield's Station, Jefferson Co., W.Va.; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.; 2nd raid on Point of Rocks, Md. on 7-5-64; and 7-6-64 fight Mt. Zion Church near Aldie. WIA (fall from horse) about 7-10-64 in skirmish on the Leesburg and Dranesville Pike. Inv. in 7-30-64 raid on Adamstown, Md.; 8-20-64 skirmishes near Roper's house west of Charles Town, W. Va.; and 11-18-64 fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Capt. 2-18-65 at Upperville. Sent 2-25-65 to Ft. McHenry with note, "guerrilla, not to be exchanged". Took oath 5-1-65 at Ft. McHenry, Res. Cockeysville, Baltimore Co., Md. B. 8-19-1838. Attended 1897 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Baltimore, Md. Lived at 1324 Myrtle Ave., Baltimore, Md. in 1909. D. 5-24-1920. Bur. Loudon Park Cem, Baltimore, Md.
Carter, Charles P. Capt. 7-19-63 near Upperville. Sent 7-30-63 to Pt. Lookout. Admitted 12-29-63 to Hammond Gen. Hosp. at PI. Lookout with typhoid lever. D. 12-30-63 at Pt. Lookout. NFR.
Castleman, John Randolph Enl. 6-16-63 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Present on June - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 3-27-64 scout to Blinker Hill, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Par. 4-18-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'-10", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Clarke Co. B. 8-2-1846. Pre-war res. Md. Lived in Gaylord in 1895. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall and the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg. D. 3-4-1908. Bur. Greenhill Cem, Berryville.
Cells, Jefferson Capt. 6-4-64 in Loudoun Co. Sent 6-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-24-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 5-11-65 at Ft. Warren. Appears on 6-6-65 roll of par. prisoners at Fairfax C. H. Res. Loudoun Co.
Childs, F.M. Enl. 9-7-63 for the war by William H. Chapman in Fauquier Co. Capt. 9-22-63 near Madison C. H. Sent 9-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-26-63 to Pt. Lookout. Admitted 1-13-64 to Hammond Gen. Hosp., Pt. Lookout with chronic diarrehea. Trans. 8-16-64 to Elmira N. Y. Par. 2-20-65. Admitted 3-6-65 to Jackson Hosp., Richmond. Furl. 30 days.
Cochran, John Henry B. 9-22-1845. Physician after the war. D. 2-23-1906 in Richmond. Bur. Marshall Cem, Marshall
Cocke, William F. "Willie" Enl. 11-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Capt. 12-21-64 in skirmish near Salem. Sgt. Hugh M. McIllhany attempted to save Cocke from capt. but both were capt. attempting escape. Cocke was sent 12-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-15-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 8", light complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. B. 1845 the son of William and Alianna Cocke. 1860 res. near Salem. Post-war res. Marshall.
Cockrell, John H. Enl. 6-16-61 in Co. H, 6th Va. Cav. Occ. carpenter. Appears on Nov. - Dec. 1861 muster roll as "sent home with rheumatism 10-15-61." Deserted 3-4-62. Enl. 6-10-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. POW on 1-21-64 muster roll. Capt. 11-20-63 near Aldie. Sent 11-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-3-64 to Pt. Lookout. Par. for exch. 5-3-64. B. 3-26-1837, the son of Sally Cockrell. M. Mary E. (-). Appears on 1898 roster of Confederate soldiers, Ashby's (Marshall) Dist., Fauquier Co. Age 60. D. 9-20-1912. Bur. Cool Spring Methodist Church Cem, Delaplane. Brother of Ranger William Cockrell.
Coiner, John E. (post-war roster)
Coiner, John Nicholas Capt 2-20-64 near Upperville. Age 19. Res. Augusta Co. B. 10-17-1844 in Augusta Co., son of Simon and Margarete Coiner. 1860 res. Burkes Mill. Augusta Co. Miller and flour manufacturer. Lived in Waynesboro in 1909. D. 4-24-1935 near Waynesboro. Bur. Trinty Luthern Church Cem, Waynesboro.
Cook, Enoch Enl. 5-1-61 in Co. F, 6th Va. Cav. Occ. farmer. Dishonorably discharged 10-1-61 by order of the Sec. of War. Served with the 4th Va. Cav. Courier. Capt 3-15-63 near Bull Run. Sent 3-21-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Par. (date unknown). Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 10-22-63 at The Plains. Sent 10-26-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 10-27-63 to Pt. Lookout. Par. for exch. 11-1-64. B. in Fairfax Co. Said to have been the caretaker of A. E. Lee's estate at Arlington before the war. Post-war res. Alexandria. D. 11-14-1910 in Providence Town Hosp., Washington, D. C. Age 74. Bur. Arlington National Cem, Arlington.
Cottman, Herman Stuart (post-war roster). Pre-war res. Md.
Craig, Francis Thomas Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. about 8-1-64. Enl. 11-15-64 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roil. Age 18. Capt. 2-1-65 in Fauquier Co. Sent 2-18-65 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 3-2-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-15-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 9 1/2", dark complexion, brown hair, black eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall. Lived in Landmark, Fauquier Co. in 1909. Applied 12-29-1909 for Southern Cross of Honor.
Creel, Eppa H. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 6'- 0", dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 1846, son of John and Ann Creel. 1860 res. Thoroughfare P. O., Fauquier Co.
Cromwell, William Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Capt. 6-14-63 at Aldie. Sent 6-19-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Par. (date unknown). Present on 1-24-64 muster roll. Capt. 8-19-64 at Charles Town, W. Va. Sent 8-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-10-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 9 ½", dark complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Anne Arundel Co., Md.
Crosen Samuel E. Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Present on June -Dec. 1864 muster roll. Lived in Ashburn in 1909.
Crowley, Benjamin "Barney" Enl. 9-20-63 for the war in Co. A by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Present on Sept. Dec. 1864 muster roll. Capt. 5-28-64 at Centreville and sent to Alexandria. Sent 6-5-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-23-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-10-65 at Ft. Warren. 6'- 0", dark complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Fairfax Co. Pre-war res. Md.
Cummings, James H. Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Capt. 1-20-63. Shown as "POW" on 1-21-64 muster roll. Par. (date unknown). Admitted 2-27-65 to Richmond Hosp. #9. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Age 56.

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