Company "B", 43rd Cavalry Battalion

Organized October 1, 1863

Captain William Rowley Smith (Billie)

Enl. 4-25-61 as 3rd Lt. in Co. K, 4th Va. Cav. Prom. 2nd Lt. 4-26-62. Joined Mosby's command (date unknown). Inv. in 8-11-63 raid on sutler wagons between Fairfax C. H. and Alexandria; 8-24-63 fight at Gooding's Tavern near Annadale; 9-5-63 attack an a picket at Gaskin's Will near Waterloo; 9-16-63 wagon raid at Fayetteville in Fauquier Co.; and 9-22-63 scout to near Bealeton Station. Loci two scouts to the edge of Warrenton in late Sept 1863 to capture pickets. Prom. 10-1-63 to Cpt., Co. B. Led 10-4-63 raid on cavalry camp at Lee's Ridge near Warrenton Springs. Inv, in 10-11-63 attack on wagon train west of Alexandria; 10-17-63 fight near Chantilly; skirmish near Catlett;s Station about 11-4-63 , 11-21-63 fight near Beal Station; and 11-26-63 raid on a wagon camp at Brandy Station. Formally resigned comm. 12-7-63 in 4th Va. Cav. Commanded 1-1-64 light at Five Points near Middleburg. Appears on Oct. - Dec. muster roll with status not noted. KIA 1-10-64 in raid on Loudoun Heights, Bur, Mon Cem., near Warrenton. Smith's home, 'Champ," was sold to Ranger John Munson. B. 1-12-1836, son of Joseph Blackwell and Ellenor d. Smith. M. 1857 to Came R. Matcher. Had four children. Brother of Ranger Norman E. Smith.

Captain Adolphus E. Richards

Served in the 7th Va. Cav. Lt. & ADC on staff of Gen. Jones. Enl. 10-1-63 in Co. B, 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 11-21-63 fight near Bealeton Station and WIA that night while nearly being capt. at the house of Mr. James K. Skinker. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Prom. 12-7-63 to 1st Lt., Co. C. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 and Jan. - Feb. 1864 muster rolls. Inv. in 2-20-64 fight at Blakeley's Grove School House near Upperville. Prom. 4-11-64 to Cpt., Co. B, to take rank 4-6-64. Prom. 12-7-64 to Maj. Led attempted raid on a B&O train between Martinsburg, W. Va. and Winchester between April and May 1864. Inv. in 5-21-64 raid on the cavalry camp at Guard Hill near Front Royal; 5-30-64 attack on wagon train near Newtown: 6-1-64 scout to Point of Rocks, Md., Harpers Ferry, W. Va. and Hillsboro; 6-10-64 scout to Alexandria and attempted capt. of Gov. Pierpont; 6-24-64 fight at Machen's Barn near Centreville; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.; 7-6-64 fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie; 8-8-64 (approx.) attack on a cavalry camp between Berryville and Summit Point, W, Va.; 8-13-64 Berryville Wagon Raid; 10-25-64 attack on a wagon train and capt. of Gen. A. N. Duffie on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 12-17-64 fight between Millwood and Berry's Ferry. Commanded the following scouts, Skirmishes, raids, fights, etc. accounting for Union losses estimated at 109 KIA or WIA, 219 prisoners taken, 322 horses and mules capt., and two trains raided and/or destroyed: 3-10-64 attack on a picket at Chew's house between Kabletown and Charles Town, W. Va.; 3-20-64 attack on a sutler near Harpers Perry, W. Va.; 4-29-64 attack on the rear guard of a Federal raiding party near Loughborough's between Bloomfield and Upperville; 7-18-64 skirmish near Snickers Gap.; 7-25-64 (approx.) scout to the Winchester area, 8-15-64 scout and skirmish near Charles Town, W. Va.; 8-19-64 attempted capt. of Gen. Sheridan near Charles Town, W. Va.; 9-4-64 scout to near Rippon, W. Va.; 10-8-64 scout to the Shenandoah Valley; 10-12-64 attack on an ambulance on the Valley Pike north of Newtown; 10-17-64 scout along the Valley Pike between Bunker Hill and Bucklestown, W. Va.; 10-27-64 scout to the Shenandoah Valley; 11-5-64 scout along the Valley Pike between Middletown and Strasburg; 11-15-64 (approx.) scout to between The Plains and Middleburg to intercept a Federal patrol; 11-18-84 fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co, W. Va; 12-3-64 attempted raid an a B&O train near Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 12-8-64 scout to near Duffield Station, W. Va.; 12-28-64 scout to near Millwood; 1-18-65 attack on a B&O train near Duffield Station, W. Va; 1-30-65 attack on a cavalry camp near Charles Town, W. Va.; 2-6-65 scout to Fairfax Co.; and 2-19-65 fight at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke Co. Par. 5-17-65 at Winchester. Age 21, 5'-10", dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. "Green Garden" near Upperville. B. 5-26-1844, the son of Jesse and Ellenor Richards at "Green Garden' near Upperville. Attended the Univ. of Va., 1865-7. Moved to Louisville, KY in 1867. Attended the Univ. of Louisville, receiving a law degree in 1868. Est. law practice in Louisville, KY. Elected Judge of the Superior Court in 1882. Est. law office of Richards and Ronald in Louisville. Ky. Declined election as a Circuit Judge. Gave the dedication address for the unveiling of the monument "To Mosby's Men" at Prospect Hill Cem., Front Royal on 9-23-1899. Attended the 1904 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Berryville. D. 2-20-1920 at home in Louisville, KY. Bur. Cave Hill Cem., Louisville, KY. Brother of Ranger Thomas W. T. Richards.

Captain Robert Stringfellow Walker WIA and capt. 5-3-63 in raid on Warrenton Junction. Inv. in 3-10-64 attack on a picket at Chew's House between Kabletown and Charles Town, W. Va.; 5-17-64 fight at Waterford; and 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. WIA 7-6-64 in fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie. Inv. in 11-18-64 fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 12-17-64 fight between Millwood and Berrys Ferry; 12-26-64 (approx.) skirmishes with Merrill's and Powell's cavalry div. in Fauquier Co.; 12-28-64 scout to Millwood area. Prom. 2-9-65 to Cpt., Co. B. Inv. in 2-19-65 fight at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke Co.; and 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton. Accompanied Col. Mosby on 4-18-65 to Millwood to negotiate an armistice with Federal authorities. B. 10-18-1840. M. 1874 to Anne Carter Gross. Founder and president of Woodbury Forest School. Lived in Orange in 1897. D. 3-14-1914 in Charlottesville. Bur. Graham Cem., Orange.
1st Lieutenant Franklin Williams Joined Mosbys 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 Corner northeast of Chantilly, 3-9-63 Fairfax C. H. raid; 4-19-63 scout to Fairfax C. H. area; and 6-3-63 fight near Frying Pan Church in Fairfax Co. Enl. 6-10-63 for the war in Co. A by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Nearly capt June 1863 at Jamison Ashby's house near Piedmont. Inv. in 8-24-63 fight at Gooding's Tavern near Annadale and 9-22-63 scout to Bealeton Station area. Trans. and prom. 10-1-63 to 1st Lt., Co. B. Inv. in 10-17-63 fight near Chantilly. Led 10-22-63 scout to Fairfax C. H. - Annandale area nearly being capt. Paid $300 1-19-64 for the period Oct. - Dec. 1863. Present on Oct. - Dec. muster roll. Inv. in 1-1-64 fight at Five Points near Middleburg. Paid $100 1-31-64 for the period 12-31-63 to 1-31-64. Father, H. C. Williams, requested 2-9-64 to A&IG Samuel Cooper for his son's appointment to Cpt. of Co. B. WIA (slightly) 2-18-64 at Scuffleburg while being pursued by Union cavalry. Inv. in 2-22-64 fight at Dranesville. Led May 1864 skirmish near Waterford. Resigned commission 1-3-65 after riot being appointed on two vacancies to Cpt. of Co. B. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 24, 5'- 6", dark complexion, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Lived in Vienna 1895 thru 1909. Bur. in private Cemetery at 2224 Benedict Ct., Vienna.
2nd Lieutenant Albert Wrenn Arrested and sent to Old Capitol Prison in early 1863. Rel. from Old Capitol Prison about 4-1-63 and sent to Model Farm Barracks Parole Camp, Petersburg. Joined Mosby's command about 4-25-63 at Upperville. Capt. 4-27-63 near Cub Run on the Little River Turnpike with John H. Barnes and Peachy R. Taliaferro. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Par. and exch. (dates unknown). Enl. 6-10-63 in Co. A for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Trans, and prom. 10-1-63 to 2nd Lt., Co. B. Led Sept. 1863 capt. of a picket a mile west of Fairfax C. H. Inv. in 9-22-63 scout to Bealeton Station area. Paid $270 on 1-22-64 for the period 10-1-63 to 1-1-64. Inv. in 2-18-64 skirmishes with a Federal raiding parties in upper Fauquier Co.; 6-29-64 attack on Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.: and 7-6-64 fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie. WIA 8-13-64 in Berryville wagon raid. Led 8-29-64 scout to the Alexandria area. Inv. in 10-8-64 skirmish north of the Manassas Gap RR near The Plains; 10-29-64 fight at Dulany's near Upperville; 2-19-65 fight at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke Co.; and 4-8-65 scout to Berryville area. Led scout on 4-9-65. Boarded at the home of Benjamin Triplett near Paris. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 27, 5'- 8 1/2", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fairfax Co. B. 9-7-1940. Lived near Ft. Buffalo, Fairfax Co. before the war. Employed with the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. in Washington, D. C. 1895 thru 1909, Member of the Marr Camp, UCV, Fairfax Co. Lived in Fairfax Co. in 1897. D. 11-6-1910. Bur. Oakton Church Cem., Chantilly. Brother of Ranger James William Wrenn.
3rd Lieutenant Robert F. Gray 3rd Lt. Co. B. Served in Co. F, 6th Va. Cav. Capt. 1-27-63 at Middleburg possibly acting with Mosby's command in skirmish at Middleburg. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Par. 3-29-63 from Old Capitol Prison and sent to City Point for exch. WIA 5-6-63 in skirmish at Blakeley's Grove School House near Upperville. 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 7-30-63 capt. of wagons at Fairfax C. H. and fight near Mt. Zion Church near Aldie. Prom. 10-1-63 to 3rd Lt., Co. B at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 10-17-63 fight near Chantilly. Paid $270 for period 10-1-63 to 1-1-64. Inv. in 1-10-64 attack on Loudoun Heights. Present on June - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Resigned commission 10-23-64 due to disabling injuries. Par. 4-24-65 at Edward's Ferry, Md. Res. Loudoun Co. B. 1825-30 in New Kent Co. M. 1855 to Lucy Ann Taylor.
Quartermaster Sergeant George W. Hunt Co. B. Inv. in 9-5-63 raid on a picket post at Gaskin's Mill near Waterloo, Fauquier Co. and 9-28-63 attempted capt. of Gov. Pierpont in Alexandria. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Prom. 12-7-63 to QM Sgt. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 2-18-64 at "Belle Grove" near Paris. Sent 2-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison with orders "not to be exchanged until the end of the war". Admitted 3-14-64 to Old Capitol Prison Kalorama Hosp. with variola. Ret. to duty 4-23-64. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 6-20-65 at Ft. Delaware. 5'- 7", ruddy complexion. dark hair, grey eyes. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Age 69.
1st Sergeant Horace Johnson Co. B. Enl. 4-25-61 in Co. H, 4th Va. Cav. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Inv. in 9-22-63 scout to near Bealeton Station on the O&A RR. after which he carried a dispatch to Gen. Lee. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Led a detachment of men on 5-9-64 in an attempt to burn two bridges near Bealeton Station. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Inv. in 9-4-64 fight near Myer's Ford in Jefferson Co., W. Va. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester, Age 43, 5'- 11" dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 1823, D, 10-20-1894 near Remington, Fauquier Co. Bur. Cedar Grove Cem., Bealeton.
2nd Sergeant James William Wrenn Enl. 6-10-63 for the war in Co. A by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Capt. 6-21-63 at his home near Pleasant Valley in Fairfax Co. Refused to take the oath. Sent 7-19-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Par. and exch. (dates unknown). Trans. to and prom. 10-1-63 to 2nd Sgt., Co. B. Inv. in 2-18-64 skirmishes with a Federal raiding party in upper Fauquier Co. Inv. in 3-25-64 scout to the Shenandoah Valley. Allowed four prisoners to escape near Paris, one with Mosby's horse. Appears on 4th qtr. 1864 clothing receipt roll. Boarded at the home of Mr. Benjamin Triplett. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 27, 5'-7", dark complexion, dark hair, black eyes. Res. Fairfax Co. B. 10-24-1839. Lived at Ft. Buffalo, Fairfax Co. before the war. Employed with G. Taylor Wade in Washington, D. C. in 1909. D. 5-9-1912. Bur. Glenwood Cem., Washington, D. C. Brother of Ranger Albert Wrenn.
3rd Sergeant Richard Dorsey Warfield Enl. 6-10-63 for the war in Co. A by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Trans. 10-1-63 to Co. B, and prom. to 3rd Sgt. Inv. in 10-11 -63 attack on wagon train west of Alexandria and 11-21-63 fight near Bealeton Station. Appears on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll as "absent, captured Nov. 18, 1863 at Salem, Fauquier Co., Va." (date incorrect). Capt. 11-22-63 at Salem. Sent 11-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-3-64 to Pt. Lookout. Par. 1030-64 at Pt. Lookout. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 35, 5'-11", fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. May have lived in Md. before the war.
4th Sergeant Richard C. Triplett Enl. 4-20-61 in Co. F, 6th Va. Cav. Prom. 7-1-71 to Lt. Dropped 4-20-62 at reorganization. Enl. 10-1-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 2-18-64 at "Belle Grove" near Paris where he boarded. Sent 2-23-64 to Did Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 6-9-65 at Ft. Delaware. 6'- 0", shallow complexion, auburn hair, blue eyes, Res. Fairfax Co. B. 1-10-1841 at "Round Hill" in Fairfax Co. Post-war occ. farmer. Elected to House of Delegates for Fairfax Co. in 1891. Magistrate for 25 years. Appears on 1898 Fairfax Confederate veterans census. Un-married. D. 7-26-1908 at "Round Hill." near Franconia. Age 66. But. Presbyterian Cem., Alexandria. Brother of Ranger George William Triplett.
1st Corporal Charles E. Paxson
2nd Corporal John A. Hamner "Captain" 2nd Cpl., Co. B. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 11-18-64 fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Boarded at the home of Mr. Jameson Ashby near Piedmont Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 29, 5'-10", light complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Tn. Appears on 7-7-65 list of refugees and Rebel deserters. Disposition: provide transportation to Nashville, Tn.
4th Corporal Resin Samuel Farr 4th Cpl., Co. B. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Capt. 1-15-65 in Fauquier Co. Sent 1-17-65 to Old Capitol Prison, Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'-8", dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes. Possibly lived in Md. prior to the war. Post-war res. Buckland, Prince William Co. Brother of Ranger Richard Ratscliff Farr.

Abrams (Abraham), Jacob Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg. Fauquier Co. Capt. 10-16-63 at Vienna Station. Sent 10-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 10-27-63 to Pt. Lookout. Par. 3-10-64 at Pt. Lookout. Appears on 3-23-64 clothing receipt roll.
Adrian, John M. Enl. 4-21-61 in Loudoun Art. at Leesburg. Trans. Oct. 62 to Fauquier Art. Prom. to Sgt. Enl;. 11 20-63 for the war in Co. B, 43rd. Va. Cav. by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. -Appears on a late 1863 picket duty list for Co. A. Capt. 1-13-64 in Loudoun Co. Sent to Vienna. Sent 1-15-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-3-64 to Pt. Lookout. Par. 3-14-65 at Pt. Lookout. Par. 4-26-65 at Edward's Ferry, Md. B. 12-11-1840 in Loudoun Co. Lived in Brick Haven in 1895. Admitted 1-15-1915 to P. E. Lee Camp Soldiers home. D. 3-27-1918. Bur. Union Cem, Leesburg.
Alexander, Lawrence S. "Doctor" Surgeon. Capt. 6-3-63 near Sawyer's Road after fight at Frying Pan Church in Fairfax Co. Sent 6-8-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Freed when Mosby rel, a Federal surgeon. Enl. 10-1-63 in Co. B for the war by William A. Smith at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster rolls. Nearly captured in early Jan. 1864 at Glen Welby near Rectortown.
Alexander, John "Jack" Enl. 11-1-64 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Age 28, B. Bedford Co. Lived in Warren, Albemarle Co. in 1909. Brother of Ranger Samuel C. Alexander
Alexander, Samuel C. Served with the 2nd Va. Cav. before joining the 43rd. Va. Cav. Inv. in 9-5-63 raid on picket post at Gaskin's Mill near Waterloo; 9-22-63 fight near Bealeton Station; and 9-28-63 attempted capt. of Va. Governor Pierpont at Alexandria. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by William R. Smith at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 10-4-63 (approx.) raid or Federal cav. camp at Lee's Ridge near Warrenton Springs; 10-12-63 attack on rear guard of Federal patrol at Upperville; 10-17-63 scout to near Chantilly; 1-1-64 fight at Five Points; 1-10-64 Loudoun Heights raid. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 2-22-64 Dranesville fight. Inv. with Co. A, 6th Va. Cav. in 3-6-64 fight at Snickersville, Inv. in 4-22-64 attack on pickets near Hunter's Mill In Fairfax Co. and fight near Aldie; 5-21-64 attack on cav. camp at Guard Hill near Front Royal; 6-24-64 fight at Machen's barn near Centreville; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.; 7-18-64 skirmish near Union Mills, Fairfax Co.; 7-20-64 attack on wagon camp near Snickersville; 7-30-64 raid on Adamstown, Md.; 9-23-64 attack on the Reserve Brigade of Merritt's Cav. Div. near Chester Gap; 10-5-64 & 10-6-64 attack on the construction camp at Salem and fight at Rectortown; 10-25-64 attack on a wagon train and capt, of Gen. A. N. Duffle on Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; and 11-18-64 fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Assigned to take prisoners, including Blazer, to Gordonsville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Inv. in 2-19-65 fight at Mt. Carmel Church and 4-8-65 scout to near erryville. Accompanied Got. Mosby and his negotiating team to Millwood on 4-20-65 to negotiate surrender terms, for the 43rd Va. Cav. with U. S. Forces. Boarded with the Edmonds family at "Belle Grove" near Pads while in the 43rd. Va. cav. Son of Capt. Jack Alexander.
Anderson, A. M. Enl. 11-1-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll.
Anderson, Edward MWIA 10-5-64 near Rectortown following an attack on a Federal construction camp at Salem. Death date unknown.
Archer, Arthur David Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by William R. Smith at Scuffleburg. Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 1-15-64 In Leesburg. Sent 1-26-64 to Camp Chase. Escaped 3-14-64 upon trans. to Ft. Delaware. Capt. 6-26-64 in Leesburg. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 7-23-64 to Elmira, NY. Par. 4-30-65 at Elmira, NY. Age 21, 5' 7", light complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Falmouth, Stafford Co. B. Rensselaer Co., NY.
Ashby, Henry Stribling Served with the 8th Va. Inf. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Enl. 10-21-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 11-27-63 fight near the Hazel River in Culpeper Co. and 1-1-64 fight at Five Points in Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'-10", light complexion, dark hair, grey eyes, Res. Upperville. B. 12-20-1845 at "Oakwood", near Piedmont, the son of John Jamison Ashby. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, 1904 reunion in Berryville, the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg and the 1908 reunion in Hamilton, where he was elected Adjutant of the John S. Mosby Camp #101, UCV for 1909. Owned a general store and lived in Delaplane in 1909. D. 7-10-1909 when struck and killed by a train in Delaplane. Bur. Westminster Presby. Church Cem, Delaplane. Cousin of Gen. Turner Ashby.
Ball, Benjamin F. (Corporal) 3rd Cpl., Co. B. Enl. 10-1 -63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 1-6-64 at Front Royal. Sent 1-8-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-3-64 to Pt. Lookout. Par. for exch. 2-18-64 at Pt. Lookout. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 26, 5'- 6", light complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fairfax Co. Detained 5-12-65 in Washington, D. C. for unknown reasons and later rel. Joined the Staunton UCV on 9-4-1906 trans. from Charles Town, W.Va. Camp. Minister living in Mt. Crawford. in 1909.
Barbee, Samuel A. Enl. 11 -21-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 5-12-64 in Fauquier Co. Sent to Wheeling, W. Va. Trans. 5-18-64 to Camp Chase. Par. for exch. 2-25-65 and sent to City Point. Par, 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 37, 5'- 6", dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.
Barber, William H. "Slice" Pvt., Co. B. Owned a race horse during the war named "Jim Banks" which was capt. 2-19-65 prior to the Mt. Carmel Church fight. Par. 4-25-65 at Winchester. Age 33, 5'-9", dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.
Barbour, Henry S. Enl. 11-21-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Appears on 4th Qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 30, 5'- 9", dark complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. Fauquier Co. Sheriff of Prince William Co. after the war. D. 6-24-1897 in Washington, D. C.
Belvin, Winchester Durham Enl. 3-14-62 in Parker's Va. Bat. Disch. about 9-3-62 upon acceptance to VMI. Dropped from VMI 12-6-62 for being AWOL. Enl. 11-1-64 in Co. B, 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 11 -18-64 fight near Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Par. 6-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5' 8 1/2". light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Richmond. B. in Henrico Co., son of John A. Belvin and Mary Wayne Durham. Divorced about 1902. Res. Wytheville until 1908 when he moved to Johnson City, Tn. Entered the R. E. Lee Camp Soldier's Home in Richmond on 8-25-1913 remaining there until 8-12-1916. Joined the Stonewall Jackson Camp #25, UCV in Staunton. Lived in Staunton in 1925. Admitted 8-27-1930 to the R. E. Lee Camp Soldier's Home, Richmond. D. 5-18-1931 in Richmond. Bur. Hollywood Cem, Richmond.
Benton, Theodore S. Capt. 6-9-64 in Loudoun Co. Sent to Wheeling, W. Va. Sent 6-19-64 to Camp Chase. Took oath 3-15-65 at Camp Chase. Age 20, 5'-8 1/2", florid complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Frederick Co.
Blackwell, Joseph Hancock "Chief" Pvt., Co. B. Inv. in 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. His home "Heartland" was Mosby's headquarters until it was burned 9-29-64 by Federal troops. Moved to "Rosenvix." near "Heartland", home of his aunt Clotilla Carter. B. March 1832, son of James Blackwell and Elizabeth Carter. M. 1856 to Ann Roberta Edmonds. Had three children. M. 1884 to Mollie Saunders. Had two children by his second marriage. D. 1905. Bur. "Meadows" near Bethel, Fauquier Co. Brother of Ranger Moore Carter Blackwell. Brother-in-law of Rangers John Edmonds and Jacob Jennings Lavinder. Related to Adolphus Adam Gog. unofficial chaplain of the 43rd Va. Cav.
Bolton, James M. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by William R. Smith at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll.
Bowen, Andrew Jackson Enl. 4-18-61 in Co. B, 17th Va. Inf. at Winchester. Age 27. Occ. farmer. Appointed Orderly Sgt. Trans. to and elected 2nd Lt, 7th Va. Cav. Not reelected in April 1864. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 6-9-64 in Loudoun Co. Sent to Wheeling, W. Va. Sent 6-16-64 to Camp Chase. Took oath 6-10-65 at Camp Chase, Age 32, 6'- 0", florid complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Clarke or Warren Co. B. 2-20-1832, Lived in Success. Warren Co. in 1895. D. 8-8-1898.
Bowen, Frederick Fillison Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 5-4-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'- 10", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Lawyer in Danville 1895 to 1909.
Bowen, James Pollard Served in Co. E, 7th Va. Cav. (not on muster rolls). Class of 1866 VMI Cadet. Resigned VMI 1-29-64. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 6-9-64 in Loudoun Co. Sent to Wheeling, W. Va. Sent 6-17-64 to Camp Chase. Admitted 7-28-64 to Camp Chase Hosp. Ret. to duty 9-12-64. Took oath 6-10-65 at Camp Chase. Age 20, 5'- 8", florid complexion, black hair, hazel eyes. Res. Warren Co. B. 12-17-44 at "Clover Hill- in Warren Co., son of Edwin Bowen and Eliza Frances Johnson. Lived post-war in Houston, Tx. engaging in cotton and real estate. D. 5-11-1924 in Houston, Tx. Bur. Glenwood Cem, Houston, Tx. Brother of Ranger William Brownley Bowen.
Bowen, James W. Class of 1866 VMI Cadet prior to joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Appears on 4th qtr, 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 33, 5'- 10", light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Clarke Co. Lived in Remington, Fauquier Co. in 1909. B. 2-16-1840. D. 11-19-1928. Bur. Marshall Cem, Marshall.
Brady, William Barnet Enl. 12-1-1861 in the 49th Va. Inf. Age 21. Trans. to Co. B, 6th Va. Cav, Enl. 12-1-63 for the war by William R. Smith at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 1-6-64 at Front Royal or in Fauquier Co. Sent to Pt. Lookout. Par. 2-24-65 for exch. at Pt. Lookout. Admitted 2-25-65 to Richmond Howard Grove Hosp. #9. Trans. 3-8-65 to Chimborazo Hosp. Furl. 3-16-65 for 30 days. B. 1847. D. 6-12-1918. Bur. Hollywood Cem, Richmond.
Bragg, Charles Passipi Enl. 4-22-61 as Pvt. in Co. K, 17th Va. Inf. at Warrenton. Age 21. Occ. clerk. Appears on July -Aug. 1861 muster rolls as "Absent sick." Detailed to the Medical Dept. 1861 - 1862. Hosp. Steward, Surgeon Gen. Office, Richmond June 1863 to July 1864. Ordered back to the 17th Va. Inf. 7-15-64 (apparently in his absence). Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 4-23-64 at Warrenton. Sent 4-30-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Pt. Lookout. Took oath 6-19-65 at Pt. Lookout. 5'-8", dark complexion, black hair, brown eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 1841, the son of Charles and Mary A Bragg in Warrenton. Served with the Texas Rangers after the war. Lived in Baltimore, Md. Moved to Warrenton where employed in County Clerk's Office. D. 2-21-1905 in Warrenton. A musician. Brother of Ranger William M. Bragg.
Bragg, William M. "Billy" 5th Sgt., Co. B. Served as Ensign in the Warrenton Rifles in 1859. Enl. 4-22-61 as an Ensign in Co. K, 17th Va. Inf. Age 22. Disch. 12-15-61 as Pvt. for disability. Enl. 6-10-63 in Co. A, 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Trans. 10-1-63 to Co. B and prom. to 5th Sgt. Present on 1-22-64 muster roll. Capt. 4-23-64 at Warrenton. Sent 4-27-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. D. 3-26-65 at Ft. Delaware. Bur. in the National Cem, Finn's Pt, N. J. A musician. B. 1839, the son of Charles and Mary Ann Bragg. Married. Brother of Ranger Charles Passipi Bragg.
Brown, Daniel F. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by William R. Smith at Scufflefurg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Appears on 1898 roster of Confederate soldiers, Ashby's (Marshall) Dist., Fauquier Co. Age 55. B. Aug. 1842. D. 1-22-1910. Bur. Marshall Cem, Marshall.
Brown, J. P. Capt. 6-9-64 in Loudoun Co. Sent to Wheeling, W. Va. Sent 6-16-64 to Camp Chase. Age 19, 5'-7", florid complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Warren Co.
Brown, Leonard Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by William R. Smith at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Capt. 1-10-64 in the attack on Loudoun Heights. Sent to Wheeling W. Va. Sent 1-13-64 to Camp Chase. Trans. 3-14-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 5-21-65 at Ft. Delaware. Age 33, 5'-9 1/2", light complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Occ. miller. Lived in Alexandria in 1895. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Age 65.
Brown, William D. Capt. 2-24-64 in Fauquier Co. Sent 2-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 6-15-65 at Ft. Delaware. 6'- 0", dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Culpeper Co.
Browning, Lafayette Enl. 11-15-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 5-19-64 in Fauquier Co. and sent to Vienna. Sent 5-22-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 6-14-65 at Ft. Delaware. 5'- 10", ruddy complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co. B. 8-25-1824. D. 4-5-1909 at Amissville, Rappahannock Co. Bur. Fairview Cem, Culpeper.
Browning, Thomas Edward Inv. in 10-14-64 raid on Adamstown, Md. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Res, Valley Farm near Broad Run, Loudoun Co. B. 5-11-1846. D. 4-3-1918. Bur. Prospect Hill Cem, Front Royal.
Buckner, Richard P. "Dick" Pvt., Co. B. Served with Tumor Ashby's Mountain Rangers prior to the war. Enl. in the 7th Va. Cav. Disch. in 1861. Enl. 11-21-63 in Co. B, 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 12-21-64 at Rectortown, Fauquier Co. Sent 12-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 6'-3". Res. Fauquier Co. Leader of a band of Ranger musicians. B. 1835 in Fauquier Co., son of Richard B. and Louisa Buckner. May have lived in Md. prior to the war. Lived after the war at "St. Bernard," two miles northwest of Marshall. Lived in Washington, D. C. in 1909.
Burns, John M. Enl. 12-1-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 12-29-63 at Lewisburg, Loudoun Co. wearing blue overcoat and pants. Sent 1-4-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-3-64 to Pt. Lookout. Par. 2-24-65 at Pt. Lookout. Trans. to Aiken's Landing for exch.
Campbell, Wingfield S. Enl. 11-1-64 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Appears on a 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 17. 5'-10", light complexion, light hair, hazel eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co. Appears on a 5-2-65 list of par. prisoners at Bowling Green.
Cannon, George Washington Enl. 4-22-61 in Co. B, 6th Va. Cav. Age 21. Occ. farmer. Disch. 8-25-61 due to ill health. Enl. 10-1-63 in 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Appears on a 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 5-18-65 at Winchester, Age 24, 5'-10", florid complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co. B. Rappahannock Co. Post-war res. near Castleton, Rappahannock Co. D. 2-14-1916 in Rappahannock Co.
Chapman, William George Enl. 8-22-63 for the war by Capt. Samuel T. Bayly in Richmond. Age 18 yrs., 4 mths. B. Halifax Prov., Canada. 6'- 2", dark complexion, brown hair, dark eyes. Mustered 10-1-63 in Co. B by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Capt. 2-18-64 in Fauquier Co. Sent 2-23-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Rec. 6-15-64 at Ft. Delaware. Took oath 6-15-65 at Ft. Delaware. 6'- 2", fair complexion, light hair, hazel eyes. Res. Jackson Co., Al.
Chappalear, James Pendleton Served with Co. H, 6th Va. Cav. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Enl. 2-1-64 for the war by William H. Chapman in Fauquier Co. KIA 2-22-64 in Dranesville fight. B. 12-11-1833 near Flint Hill, son of Benjamin Garner and Matilda Fletcher Chappelear. Res. "Woodside", near Piedmont. Bur. "Oak Spring" Cem, near Delaplane.
Coffroth, Edwin M. Clerk for the CSA in Richmond. Enl. 7-6-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war in Richmond by Capt. Samuel T. Bayly. Age 22. B. in Winchester. Occ. Clerk. Mustered in 10-1-63 in Co. B by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt 2-20-64 in Upperville. Identified himself as belonging to Co. A, 1st Va. Cav. (there is no evidence that he served with the 1st Va. Cav). Sent 2-24-64 to Camp Chase. Trans. 3-14-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 5-30-65 at Ft. Delaware. Age 24, 5'- 8", fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Frederick Co.
Chew, John A. Co. D. Served with Co. B, 12th Va. Cav. before joining Chew's Bat. Inv. in Mosby's 3-10-64 attack on a picket near his father's house between Kabletown and Charles Town. W. Va. Enl. 10-17-64 in Co. D, 43rd Va. Cav. for the war in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 11-18-64 fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co. W. Va. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Inv. in 12-24-64 scout through Waterford to Point of Rocks. Md. and 1-30-65 attack on a cav. camp near Charles Town, W. Va. WIA (paralyzed from the waste down) in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton. B. 8-10-1838 in Jefferson Co., W. Va. Lived in Anne Arundel Co., Md. before the war. D. 7-4-1898. Bur. Zion Episcopal Church Gem., Charles Town, W. Va. Brother of Ranger Robert Chew.
Colston, William E. "Willie" Pvt., Co. S. Enl. 6-1-61 as a Pvt. in Co. B, Maryland Guard attached to the 21st Va. Inf. Trans. 6-1861 to Co. H. 1st. Md. Inf. Inv in 6-8-62 Battle of Cross Keys. WIA in Jackson's Valley Campaign. Prom. to Lt. and Aide to Maj. Gen. Trimble. Inv. in Gettysburg Campaign. Enl. 12-5-63 in Co. B, 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Shown as absent on Oct. -Dec. 1863 muster roll. KIA. 1-10-64 in Loudoun Heights raid. Bur. in Martinsburg, W. Va. Cem. Father moved remains in 1881 to Loudon Park Cem, Baltimore, Md. S. 3-24-1839 in Washington, D. C. Moved 1857 to Baltimore, Md.
Compton, Lawson Enl. 12-05-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Dec. 1863 muster roll.
Cooke, William Enl. 8-1-63 in Co. A for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Present on Aug, - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Trans. 1-21-64 to Co. B. Trans. 8-4-64 to the 35th Va. Cav.
Cooper, Robert S. Enl. 9-21-61 in Co. C, 1st Va. Cav. at Camp Longstreet. Appears on muster rolls a present until detailed as baggage guard Mar. - April 1862. Disch. 7-16-62 for overage. Enl. 11-1-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 4-28-64 attack on cav. camp between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.
Cornwell, Elisha Enl. 3-1-62 in 4th Va. Cav. by Frank Stringfellow. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 8-12-63 near Bull Run. Sent 8-23-63 to Pt. Lookout. Par. for exch. 8-11-64. Appears on 10-20-64 Chimborazo Hosp. muster roll as "attached to Mosby's battalion."
Cowling, Charles H. Capt. 2-18-64 in Fauquier Co. Sent 2-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 5-26-65 at Ft. Delaware. 5'- 10 ½", fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Alexandria. B. 8-31-1841. D. 1-17-1893, Bur. Methodist Prodestant Church Cem, Alexandria. Brother of Ranger Richard Cowling.
Cowling, Richard Capt. 2-18-64 In Fauquier Co. Sent 2-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Tran. 6-15-65 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 5-25-65 at Ft. Delaware. 5'- 10 1/2". fair complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Res. Alexandria. B. 9-18-1837. D. 6-6-1893. Bur. Methodist Prodestant Church Cem, Alexandria. Brother of Ranger Charles H. Cowling.
Cramm, D. H. post-war roster
Crawford, John Marshall Enl. 8-7-63 for the war in Co. A by William Thomas Turner at Richmond. Inv. in 9-16-63 wagon raid near Fayetteville, Fauquier Co.; 9-22-63 scout to near Bealeton Sta. on D&A RR. Trans. 10-1-63 to Co. B. Inv. in 10-4-63 attack on cav. camp at Lee's Ridge near Warrenton Springs; 10-11-63 raid on a wagon train west of Alexandria; 10-25-63 scout to Fairfax Co. and skirmish near Centreville; 10-27-63 wagon raid at Chestnut Forks near Warrenton; 11-21-63 raid on wagon train near Bealeton Station; 11-27-63 fight near the Hazel River in Culpeper Co.; 1-1-64 fight at Five Points, Fauquier Co.; 1-10-64 attack on Loudoun Heights. Admitted 4-8-64 to Charlottesville Hosp. Ret. to duty 4-9-64. Inv. in 4-19-64 trap set for Federal cav. near Piedmont; 4-28-64 (approx.) attack on a cav. camp between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 5-12-64 (approx.) scout to Belle Plain in Stafford Co.; 5-17-64 fight near Gen. Wright's house at Waterford; 5-29-64 attack on Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 6.1-64 scout to Point of Rocks, Md., Harpers Ferry, W. Va. and Hillsborough; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.; 7-6-64 fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie; 7-18-64 skirmish near Union Mills, Fairfax Co.; 8-18-64 skirmish near Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 8-29-64 attack on a picket post on the Chain Bridge Road near Lewinsville; 10-25-64 attack on a wagon train and capt. 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. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Inv. in 2-19-65 fight at Mt. Carmel Church, Clarke Co.; 3-12-65 skirmish near Munson's Hill, Loudoun Co.; and 4-8-65 scout to near Berryville. Boarded at the house of Mr. George Short in Fauquier Co. Par. 5-16-65 at Charlottesville. Res. Louisville, Ky. Author of book "Mosby's Men" published in 1867.
Crawford, Robert J. Sgt., Co. D. Enl. 8-12-64 for the war by R. P. Montjoy in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 11-27-64 fight near Goresville, Loudoun Co. Admitted 12-20-64 to Robertson Hosp., Richmond. Res. Galveston, Tx.
Cummings, Martin S. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll.
Dame, John W. Enl. 8-7-63 for the war in Co. A by William Thomas Turner in Richmond. Trans. 10-1-63 to Co. B. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 2-18-64 in Fauquier Co. Sent 2-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Sent 3-14-64 to Kalorama Hosp. Ret. to duty on 4-11-64. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 6-22-65. 6'- 0", dark complexion. grey hair, grey eyes. Res. Washington, D. C.
Darden, Dennis D. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Sent 10-31-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Assisted John Munson's escape from Old Capitol Prison in Jan. 1865. Elected, by other Mosby men, prison sergeant and ex-official judge. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 6 1/2", light complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Res. Washington, D. C.
Davis, John W. Enl. July 1861 in Co. A, 4th Va. Cav. at Davis House near Petersburg. WIA (severely). Enl. 6-10-63 in Co. A, 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Trans. 10-1-63 to Co. B. Capt. 12-25-63 in Salem. Sent 1-2-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Shown as "POW" on 1-22-64 muster Toll. Admitted 2-1-64 to Kalorama Hosp. with variola. D. 2-17-64 at Kalorama Hosp. Bur. 2-18-64
Day, Alexander P. Capt. 10-18-63 at Flint Hill. Sent 10-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-3-64 to Pt. Lookout. Par. 3-17-64 at Pt. Lookout. Trans. to City Point for exch. Appears on a 3-23-64 clothing receipt roll.
DeWitt, William Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll.
Downing, John A. "Jack" Pvt., Co. B. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 7", dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 8-24-1846 in Fauquier Co. Appears on 1898 roster Confederate soldiers, Ashby's (Marshall) Dist., Fauquier Co. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Lived at Hitch P. O., Fauquier Co. in 1909. D. 7-30-1911 in Washington, D. C. Bur. family cem. near Black Rock, Fauquier Co.
Dume, John W. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co.
Duncan, William D. Enl. 12-5-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Dec. 1863 muster roll.
Eastham, Philip Byrd Par. 5-1-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 6'- 0", light complexion, black hair, brown eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co. B. 1845. Lived in Flint Hill in 1909. Attended 1927 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Culpeper. D. 5-10-1933 after being struck by a car in Front Royal. Bur. Prospect Hill Cem., Front Royal.
Edmonds, Clement West Enl. 2-1-64 for the war in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 2-22-64 fight at Dranesville: 3-10-64 attack on a picket at Chew's house between Kabletown and Charles Town, W. Va.; 4-20-64 scout to Mrs. Shacklett's near Piedmont to set an ambush for a Yankee raiding party; 5-15-64 2nd scout to between Fredericksburg and Belle Plain, Stafford Co, 6-29-64 attack on Duffield Station, Jefferdson Co., W. Va.; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.; 10-4-64 scout to near Gainsville on the Manassas Gap RR: and 10-5-64 attack on the FIR const. camp at Salem from Stevenson's Hill and fight near Rectortown. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Inv. in 11-18-64 fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 1-18-65 attack on a B&O train below Duffield Station, W. Va.; 2-19-65 light at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke Co.; and 3-28-65 (approx.) scout to Loudoun Co. to press corn. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'- 9". light complexion, brown hair, black eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 1846, son of Lewis Edwards Edmonds and Elizabeth Settle. Post-war res. "Belle Grove" near Paris. D. 12-4-1875 of Tuberculosis. Bur. Edmonds Family Cem., "Belle Grove" near Paris. Brother of Rangers Benjamin Sydnor Edmonds and Edward Gilbert Edmonds.
Edmonds, Henry WIA 1-10-64 in Loudoun Heights raid.
Edmonds, John Carter Enl. 8-15-63 in Co. A for the war by William Thomas Turner in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 9-22-63 scout to near Bealeton Sta. Trans. 10-1-63 to Co. B. Inv. in 10-11-63 raid on wagon train west of Alexandria and 1-1-64 fight at Five Points near Middleburg. Present on Aug. -Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 2-20-64 fight at Blakeley's Grove School House near Upperville where he was recognized by Mosby for "conspicuous galantry". WIA 2-22-64 In Dranesville fight. Inv. in 5-15-64 scout to between Belle Plain and Fredericksburg in Stafford Co.; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.: and 7-6-64 fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie. B. 1848 the son of Helen Edmonds. Commandant of Bethel Acadamy in Fauquier Co. after the war. Sheriff of Sherman, Texas. Served as a Col. in the Spanish American War. K. 1907 in a duel in Sherman, Tx. Brother-in-law of Rangers Joseph Hancock Blackwell and Jacob Jennings "Jake" Lavinder.
Edmonds, Phillip Meade Enl. 3-16-62 in Co. H, 6th Va. Cav. Appears on Sept. - Oct. 1862 muster roll as "absent, courier to Gen. Stuart." Appears as "deserter and absent sick at Keezietown since 12-14-62" on Nov. - Dec. 1862 muster roll and Dec. 1862 return. Shown as "deserter from 1-1-63" on 2-26-63 muster roll. Enl. 12-11-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Dec. 1863 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-24-65 at Winchester. Age 24, 5'-0", dark complexion, dark hair, brown eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Lived in Falls Church after the war. M. a Carter. D. 2-12-(-) in Falls Church.
Edwards, Joseph Enl. 9-15-62 in Co. A, 6th Va. Cav. Appears on Jan. - Feb. muster roll as "present on extra duty as teamster." Appears as "absent as teamster since 7-23-63" on 8-31-63 roll. Shown as "deserted 7-23-63 at Snickersville" on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Enl. 12-14-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Dec. 1863 muster roll. NFR.
Embrey, William M. Served with Co. I, 8th Va. Inf. where he was WIA at Boonsboro, Md. Enl. 12-11-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. KIA. 5-30-64 in attack on a wagon train on the Valley Pike near Newtown.
Fairfax, Arthur Wellington Enl. 11-15-63 for the war by William A. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'- 6", dark complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Prince William Co. B. 1844 near Manassas. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Age 60. Lived at 2022 "I" St. NW, Washington, D. C. in 1909. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Member of Camp 171, U. C. V. of Washington, D. C. D. 11 -26-1920. Bur. Oak Hill Cem., Washington, D. C.
Farr, Richard Ratscliff "Tobe" Pvt., Co. B. Enl. 11-21-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. WIA 11-18-64 in fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Par. 4-20-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 11", fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fairfax. Co. B. 11-30-1845. Lived in Md. prior to the war. D. 10-10-1892. Bur. Fairfax Cem., Fairfax. Brother of Ranger Resin Samuel Farr.
Ferguson, Sydnor Gilbert Enl. 11-21-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 10-8-64 skirmishes north of the Manassas Gap RR near The Plains. Capt. Cpt. Richard Blazer at Hefflebower's house near Rippon, W. Va. in 11-18-64 after fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Ferguson was riding in this fight a celebrated race horse named "Fashion." Inv. in 2-19-65 fight at ML Carmel Church in Clarke Co. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 6'- 0", fair complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Paris. B. 11-12-1846 near Markham, son of James Ferguson. Attended Randolph - Macon College and Richmond Theolgical Seminary after the war. Ordained a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church. M. 1873 to Catherine Hauson Finnell of Front Royal. Had six children. M. (2) Mary Jordan of Rappahannock Co. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall and 1904 reunion in Berryville. D. 3-7-1904 at his home in Leesburg. Bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W. Va.
Fitzhugh, Champ Summerfield Enl. 7-24-61 in Co. A, 6th Va. Cav. On leave for 15 days from 12-31-61. Admitted 3-17-62 to Chimborazo Hosp. #5 with dysentery. Ret. to duty 10-6-62 with 15-day furl. "Refused to return to his Co." and noted as "deserting 10-17-62 at Paris." Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 4-29-64 near Upperville. Sent 5-3-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-12-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 7 1/4", light complexion, light hair, hazel eyes. Res. Loudoun Co. B. 1-13-1842 in Loudoun Co. D. 9-4-1892 in Pulaski Co.
Fletcher, Benjamin L. Enl. 12-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Shown on 12-1 G-64 inspection roll. WIA 3-21-65 in fight at Hamilton, Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 17, 5'- 6", fair complexion, light hair, -hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. in Fauquier Co., the son of William and Elzira Fletcher of "Oak Spring". Admitted 5-10-1916 to the R. E. Lee Camp Soldier's Home, Richmond. D. 11-11-1923 at age 76 years. Bur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond.
Fogg, Joseph L. Enl. 11-5-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Par. 5-1-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'- 8", dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co.
Fristoe, French  post-war roster
Geschky, Frank (Johnson) "Zoo" Pvt. Co. B. Nicknamed "Zoo" by John H. Barnes after being capt. with a Federal wagon train wearing a Zouave cap. Alias Frank Johnson. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Served in the Art. Co. appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 34, 5'- 0", fight complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Upperville. Lived near Gainesville after the war. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall. Lived in Gainesville in 1895. Admitted 1-29-1902 to the R. E. Lee Camp Soldier's Home, Richmond. D. 5-10-1905 at age 73. Bur. Mt. Calvary Cem., Richmond. Prussian immigrant. Mosby stated after the war "he never had a more loyal follower."
Gibson, A. L. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 34, 5'-8", light complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Alexandria.
Gibson, John Emory Enl. 10-5-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Deserted after 7-9-64. Enl. 2-14-64 in Co. A, 6th Va. Cav. Admitted 5-25-64 to Chimborazo Hosp. #3 with rheumatism. Ret. to duty 7-30-64. Appears on Sept. - Oct. 1864 muster roll as "absent with leave. "Shown as "AWOL since 3-7-65" on 3-27-65 muster roll. Par. 4-20-65 at Winchester. Age 27. Res. Upperville. B. 1846 in Loudoun Co. Post-war occ. farmer. M. 11-4-1867 to Eliza Dide Rogers. D. 9-25-1910 in R. E. Lee Camp Soldier's Home, Richmond. Bur, Hollywood Cem., Richmond.
Gillespie, John Served as pvt. in Co. K, 8th Va. Inf. AWOL on 7-31-61 muster roll. Enl. 11-21-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by Wiliam R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Par. 4-21-65 at Summit Point, W. Va. Age 32, 5'- 7 1/2", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes.
Gooding, George W. Served in Co. C. 4th Va. Cav. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 4-19-64 near Waterloo, Fauquier Co. Sent 4-30-64 to Camp Chase. Exch. 2-25-65. Admitted 3-6-65 to Jackson Hosp., Richmond with debilitas. Furl. 3-8-65 for 30 days. Par. 5-20-65 at Gordonsville. 5'-8", florid complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Occ. farmer. Related to Ranger Lewis E. Gooding.
Gray, Albert Capt. 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Sent 10-31-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 10 1/2", dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes. Res. Warren Co.
Gray, James Albert Par. 5-25-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'-4", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall.
Gray, Charles Henry Enl. 11-12-63 for the war in Co. B by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Trans. to Co. D. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 5-18-65 at Winchester. Age 21. 5'- 6", light complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 1843. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall. D. 10-4-1916 in Warrenton. Bur. Marshall Cem., Marshall.
Gray, James A.
Grayson, John Tyler Enl. 10-5-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 1-10-64 attack on Loudoun Heights. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll.
Hamilton, Alexander C. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Capt. 10-20-63 in Fairfax Co. Appears as "POW" on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Pre-war res. Charles Co., Md. Attended Georgetown Univ. before the war.
Hammond, James W. Served with Kemper's Bat., Alexandria Art. Enl. 8-1-63 in Co. A, 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Capt. 9-17-63 at Aldie along with brother Thomas Hammond.. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-26-63 to Pt. Lookout. Took oath 2-10-65 at Pt. Lookout. B. 6-17-1843 in St. Mary's Co., Md. Moved 1855 to Alexandria. Went to Tx. on a merchant ship after the war. Ret. to Alexandria the next year and worked as an iron moulder. M. 12-5-1866 to Sarah Virginia Kirk of Alexandria. Had three children. Employed at the Mutual Ice Co. for several years in Alexandria. Member of the Lee Camp, UCV at Alexandria and J. S. Mosby Camp. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, the 1897 reunion in Baltimore, Md. and the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg. D. 1917. Bur. Presby. Cem. Alexandria.
Hammond, Thomas Capt. 9-17-63 with brother James W. Hammond at Aldie. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-26-63 to Pt. Lookout. NFR.
Hamrick, Gilbert B. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 5-9-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'-6", light complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co,
Harrison, Henry Huntington Class of 1867 VMI Cadet before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. B. 5-12-1848 at "Carter Hall" near Millwood. Engaged in the orange and real estate business in Dade Co., Fl. in 1909. Rec. a pension while living in Fl. Attended 1925 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Front Royal. Res. Miami, Fl. D. 4-4-1928 in Keswick. Bur. Old Chapel Cem., near Boyce.
Harrover, Robert M. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. His grandfather's "Island Farm" in the middle of the Shenandoah River was a favorite resort for Mosby's men. Capt. 10-22-63 while scouting between Fairfax C. H. and Annandale. Sent 10-22-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Appears as a "POW captured 10-25-63" on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll (date incorrect). Tried by a Military Commission "for leaving Washington City after having been enrolled and attaching himself to a band of guerrillas." Sentenced to be shot. Sentence commuted to imprisonment. Escaped Old Capitol or Carroll Prison on 8-15-64. Appears on 4th qtr. 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-25-64 at Winchester. Age 22, 5'- 9", fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Pardoned 3-10-1866 upon taking the oath. Lived in Black Point, Fl. after the war. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, 1897 reunion in Baltimore, Md., 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg, 1908 reunion in Hamilton, Loudoun Co. and 1910 reunion in Herndon. lived at 1240 Ninth St., Washington, D. C. in 1909. D. 6-23-1917. Bur. Arlington Nall. Cem., Airington.
Harvey, William Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 5-18-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 4", fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co.
Hassett, John Capt. 8-30-64 at Elliotts's Mills, Md. and sent to Ft. McHenry. Admitted 9-19-64 to Baltimore USA Gen. Hosp. with acute dysentery. Ret. 10-19-64 to Ft. McHenry. Trans. 10-25-64 to Pt. Lookout. Took oath 5-13-65 at Pt. Lookout. Transportation provided 5-15-65 from Pt. Lookout to Washington, D. C. S. about 1832 in Six Mile Bridge, County Clare, Ireland, son of Thomas Hassell and Mary Murphy. Arrived in the US from Ireland with his family prior to 1860, Settled in Allegahany Co. prior to the war. Never m. D, 2-7-1895. Bur. Thornrose Cem., Staunton.
Heaton, Henry  Enl. 4-21-61 in the Loudoun Art. at Leesburg. Present on muster rolls thru Oct. 1861. Prom. to 1st. Lt. Served as vol. aide on Gen. Earlys staff an 12-15-62. Joined 43rd Va. Cav. Inv. in 1-10-64 Loudoun Heights fight; 5-17-64 fight at Waterford; and 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. Along with Fountain Beattie, delivered a message to Gen. Early on 7-5-64 at Sharpsburg, Md. advising of Mosby's success at Point of Rocks and offering support for Early's operations. Inv. in 9-4-64 capt. of one of Crooks ambulance trains between Harpers Ferry, W. Va. and Winchester, 10-13-64 skirmishes on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 10-14-64 "Greenback Raid" on the B&O FIR near Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; and 11-18-64 fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Par. 5-11-65 at Edward's Ferry, Md. Age 31, 5'- 8 1/4", light complexion, light hair, fair eyes. B. 1834. D. 5-15-1890. Bur. Catoctin Church Cem., near Round Hill.
Hill, Clarendon D. Enl. 11 -20-63 for the war in Co. C by William H. Chapman in Fauquier Co. Present on Dec. 1863 thru Feb. 1864 muster rolls. Prom. to Sgt., Co. B. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Admitted 9-24-64 to Richmond Gen. Hosp. #13 with malaria fever. Sent 9-30-64 for duty at Castle Thunder. Par. 5-7-65 at Winchester. Age 21, 5'- 10", dark complexion, dark hair, brown eyes. Res. Front Royal.
Howard, James H. Enl. 8-6-64 for the war by A. E. Richards in Fauquier Co. Capt. 1-15-65 in Fauquier Co. Sent 1-17-65 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-3-65 to Elmira, N. Y. Par. 3-14-65 and sent to the James River for exch. Admitted 3-18-65 to Richmond Hosp. #9. Admitted 3-25-65 to Gordonsville Chanty Hosp. with febris grestid (fever).
Howard, William P. Enl, 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Paid 10-30-63. Present on Oct. -Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 2-18-64 in Fauquier Co. Sent 2-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Par. 9-30-64 at Ft. Delaware for exch. Exch. at Camp Lee. Appears on 10-11-64 clothing receipt roll with note "paroled prisoner."
Hudgins, Thomas S. B. 1849 (approx.) MWIA 11-18-64 in fight at Myerstown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. D. 11-19-64.
Hughlett, George W. Enl. 3-15-62 in Co. D, 1st Va. Cav. in Warrenton. Present and "disch. for underage" on July-Aug. 1862 muster roll. Re-enlisted. 2-14-63 as substitute for William M. Gray. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. -Dec. 1863 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-23-64 at Winchester. Age 20, 5'- 8", fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes. B. 1846 in New York. 1870 res. Harrisonburg.
Hume, P. G. "Lieutenant" Pvt., Co. B (post-war roster).
Hurst, Edward S. "Ned" Pvt., Co. B. Enl. 4-27-1861 for one year at Union. Mustered in Co. H., 1st. Va. Cav. appears on muster rolls as Present until on "detached service" Sept. - Dec. 1862. Shown on March -April 1863 muster roll as on detached service with Major Mosby". Appears on 1st Va. Cav. muster rolls until July - Aug. 1864. One of 15 men from the 1st Va. Cav. detailed to Mosby on or about 1-18-63. Inv. in 1-26-63 attack on picket at Chantilly and 2-1-63 capt. of picket at Frying Pan Church in Fairfax Co. WIA 4-1-63 in fight at Miskel's Farm where he was recognized for "promptitude and boldness" in Mosby's report to Gen. Stuart. Inv. in 5-3-63 fight at Warrenton Jct.; 6-11-63 raid on Seneca Mills, Md.; 10-17-63 fight near Chantilly; 8-8-64 fight at Fairfax Sta.; 9-22-64 scout to the Winchester and Harpers Ferry, W. Va. road; 3-30-65 attack on the block house at Summit Point, W. Va.; and 4-8-65 scout to near Berryville. Led scout on 4-9-65. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester as a member of the 1st Va. Cav. WIA seven times while with the 43rd Va. Cav. and allegedly killed 18 Federal soldiers. B. 1-15-1832. Lived in Fairfax. in 1909. Applied for a pension in Fairfax Co. in 1914 where he was listed as a farmer living at Chantilly. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall and 1910 reunion in Herndon. D. 7-29-1919. Bur. Fairfax Cem., Fairfax.
Hutchison, Philip Augustus Capt. 4-23-63 near Aldie. Imprisoned and par. (dates unknown). Enl. 11-21-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Par. 4-26-65 at Edward's Ferry, Md. as a member of Co. A., 35th Va. Cav. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Age 56. Applied for a Pension in Fairfax Co.
Johnson, George William Enl. 4-23-61 in Co. H, 4th Va. Cav. Horse KIA 10-11-63 in fight at Raccoon Ford on the Rapidan R. Enl. 11-2-63 in Co. B, 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Disch. 1864 from the 4th Va. Cav. due to injuries from Gettysburg. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll for the 43rd Va. Cav. Rec. UDC Southern Cross of Honor in 1902. D. 8-28-1914 in Manassas. Age 70.
Johnson, James M. Enl. 11-2-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Capt. 9-4-64 in fight at Myer's Ford in Jefferson Co. W. Va. Sent to Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Sent 9-20-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. Age 37, 5'-9 1/2", dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes. Res. Markham Station. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall. Lived in New Baltimore in 1895. D. 6-3-1921 in Baltimore, Md.
Johnson, Thadeous Herndon Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 9-4-1847 in Rappahannock Co. D. Mar. 1910 in Orange. Bur. Graham Cem., Orange.
Johnson, Thomas Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 5-8-65 at Fairfax C. H. Age 34, 5' 9 1/2", dark complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Bur. Cedar Grove Cem., Bealeton.
Jones, Robert Capt. 8-5-63 at Rectortown, Fauquier Co. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 8-23-63 to Pt. Lookout. Par. 12-24-63 at Pt. Lookout for exch.
Kelley, J. S. (post-war roster). Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Age 52.
Kemper, James Foley Class of 1864 VMI Cadet before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Inv. in 10-4-63 raid on the cav. camp at Lee's Ridge near Warrenton Springs. Boarded at Parson Thadius Herndon's house at Scuffleburg in Fauquier Co. in Feb. 1864. Jumped out a 2nd story window here on 2-18-64 with Albert Gallatin Willis to escape capt. by Union Cav. Appears on 4th qtr. 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 5-16-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 6'- 0", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes, Res. Rappahannock Co. Nephew of Gen. Kemper. Moved to Mo. after the war becomming a preacher. Baptist Minister living in Woodville, Rappahannock Co. in 1909. D. 1913.
Kemper, Joseph H. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by William R. Smith at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll.
Kennon, William Henry "Captain Bill" Pvt., Co. B. Served before the war with Walker in the Nicaragua Campaign. Enl. 4-25-61 for the war in Co. A, 1st Special Bn., La. Inf. (Wheat's La. Tigers) at Camp Davis, New Orleans. Prom. 1st Lt. prior to 1-11-62. Prom. 7-31-62 to Cpt., Co. A. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. after Wheat's Bn. was disbanded. Inv. in 3-23-63 fight at Chantilly. Enl. 11 -1-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Capt. 12-29-63 at Rector's X-Roads and sent to Vienna. Sent 12-31-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 1-12-64 to Ft. McHenry. Admitted 1-25-64 to Hammond Gen Hosp. with debilitis. Par. 3-3-64 at Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 3-16-64 to City Point for exch. Enl. 4-15-64 in Co. E, 4th Va. Cav. Appears on 4th Va. Cav. muster roll as "on detached service 9-1-64 to 11-1-64" (presumed to be with the 43rd Va. Cav.). Inv. in 9-4-64 attack on Crook's ambulance train between Harpers Ferry, W. Va. and Winchester. Inv. in 10-5-64 and 10-6-64 attacks on the FIR construction camp at Salem and fight at Rectortown, Fauquier Co. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Shown on 12-22-64 muster roll as "absent on sick furlough," Surrendered 4-9-65 with the 4th Va. Cav. at Appomattox C. H. Par. 4-20-65 at Richmond. Known for his extravagant stories and big lies. Lived in Loudoun Co. in 1895.
Kinds, James W. Enl. 10-1-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. WIA 5-30-64 in raid on a wagon train near Newtown. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Par. 5-8-65 at Winchester. Age 20, 6'- 0", light complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.
Kloman, Edward F. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par, 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 26. 5'- 9", fair complexion, brown hair, black eyes. Res. Baltimore, Md. B. 1838 in Washington, D. C. Died 1917. Bur. Warrenton Cem., Warrenton.

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