43rd Cavalry Battalion
Company "D"

Organized March 28, 1864

Captain Richard Paul Montjoy

Enl. 6-7-61 in Co. E, 7th La. Inf. at New Orleans, La. Prom. to Sgt. "AWOL" on B-2-62 muster roll. Present for battles at Manassas and Winchester. "AWOL at battles of Cross Keys, Port Republic, Cold Harbor, Malvern Hill, and Cedar Mtn. Deserted (date unknown). Enl. in Mosby's command about 5-1-63. Inv. in 5-3-63 Warrenton Jct. fight. Capt. 5-30-63 near Greenwich after raid on Catlett's Station where he was recognized by Mosby as "one of the bravest of the brave." Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Par. for exch. 6-10-63 at Old Capitol Prison. WIA (finger shot off) 6-22-63 in fight at Ewell's Chapel. Inv. in 10-4-63 raid on the cav. camp at Lee's Ridge near Warrenton Springs, Fauquier Co.; 11-6-63 attack on a wagon camp near Warrenton; 11-26-63 raid on wagon camp at Brandy Station; 11-27-63 fight n ear the Hazel R. in Culpeper Co.; 1-1-64 fight at Five Points in Fauquier Co.: and 1-10-64 Loudoun Heights raid. Horse shot in 2-18-64 skirmish near Pads. Horse shot 2-20-64 in fight at Blakeley's Grove School House near Upperville, where he was recognized by Mosby for "conspicuous galantry". Inv. in 2-22-64 fight at Dranesville. Prom. 4-1-64 to Cpt., Co. D. Inv in 5-21-64 attack on the cav. camp at Guard Hill near Front Royal; 5-29-64 attack on Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 8-13-64 Berryville Wagon Train Raid; 8-20-64 attack on the "house burners" at Col. Benjamin Morgan's in Clarke Co.; 8-24-64 attack on the stockade at Annandale. Led 9-4-64 scout to near Berry's Ferry in Clarke Co.; 10-5-64 attack on the construction camp at Salem and fight near Rectortown in Fauquier Co.; 10-11-64 skirmish near The Plains (The Whitewood Fight); and 10-17-64 demonstration against the fortifications at Annandale. Led 10-18-64 attack on a picket near Hunter's Mill, Fairfax Co. and the controversial killing of Rev. John D. Reed. Inv. in 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. Led 11-7-64 scout to the Shenandoah valley; 11-16-64 fight at the "Vinyard" near Berry's Ferry, and 11-21-64 scout to near Winchester. KIA 11-27-64 in fight near Goresville in Loudoun Co. In general orders, Mosby wrote that "He (Montjoy) had died too early for Liberty and his country's cause, but not too early for his own fame. To his comrades in arms he has bequeathed an immortal example of daring and valor, and to his country, a name that will brighten the pages of her history." B. 3-15-1842 in Ms. Lived in New Orleans before the war. Occ. machinist. Never m. 5'- 7 1/2", light complexion, brown hair, brown eyes. Bur. Warrenton Cem., Warrenton.

Captain Alfred Glascock

Member Cpt. Turner Ashby's Mountain Rangers prior to the war. Enl. 4-19-61 in Co. A. 7th Va. Cav. at Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Prom. 1861 to Ord. Sgt. Elected 6-1-61 to Brevet 2nd Lt. Inv. in 6-26-61 fight at Kelly's Island. Not re-elected April, 1862. Joined Mosby's command (date unknown). Inv. in attacks on Gen. Stahel's expedition into Fauquier Co., the end of April 1863; 5-3-63 fight at Warrenton Jct.; and 6-3-63 fight near Frying Pan Church. WIA 6-11-63 in raid at Seneca Mills, Md. Prom. 4-1-64 1st Lt., Co. D. Inv. in 5-9-64 attack on a wagon train at Belle Plain near Fredericksburg and return scout to same area about 5-15-64; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md,; and 7-6-64 fight at Mt Zion Church near Aldie. Inv. in 8-13-64 Berryville Wagon Train Raid; 10-17-64 demonstration against the fortifications at Annandale; and 10-18-64 attack on a picket at Hunter's Mill in Fairfax Co. which ended in the controversial killing of Rev. John D. Read. Prom. 11-27-64 to Cpt., Co. D. Inv. in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Commanded the following scouts, skirmishes, raids, fights, etc. accounting for Union losses estimated at 23 KIA or WIA, 126 prisoners, 155 horses and mules capt., 8 wagons capt. or destroyed and one train raided and destroyed; Shenandoah Valley on 4-30-64; Aldie - Snickersville Turnpike on 7-17-64; Locust Grove near Charles Town, W. Va. about 7-25-64; near Kemstown below Winchester on 8-15-64; near Strasburg on 8-18-64; Shenandoah Valley in late Sept. 1864; destroyed a train on the Manassas Gap RR on 10-10-64; Charles Town, W. Va. about 11-4-64; Valley Turnpike on 11-5-64; O&A RR near Alexandria in early Jan. 1865; and Gantt's house near Lewinsville on 3-12-65. B. 3-4-1838 in Fauquier Co., son of Aquilla and Mary Bishop Glascock. M. 4-12-65 to Hattie Fadeley. Rebuilt his father's home "Rockbum", in Fauquier Co., which had been burned during the war, residing there after the war, D. 12-19-1880. Bur. Union Cem., Leesburg, Va. Halt uncle of Ranger Aquilla Glascock.

1st Lieutenant Charles Edward Grogan

Enl. in Co. H, 1st Md. Inf. by Cpt. William H. Murray. Inv. in the First Battle of Manassas. WIA at Chancellorsville where he was commended for "conspicuous service". Referred to by soldier and post-war writer McHenry Howard as "having had as little sense of fear and danger as any man he had ever seen." Served on Gen. Trimble's staff being twice WIA and capt. at Gettysburg. Sent to Ft. McHenry. Trans to Johnson's Is. Escaped Johnson's Is. and joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Inv. in Aug. -Sept. 1863 attack on a picket post near Fairfax C. H. Enl. 12-5-63 for the war in Co. B. by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 1-10-64 attack on Loudoun Heights. Present on Dec. 1863 muster roll. Prom. 3-28-64 as 2nd. Lt., Co. D. Led 5-9-64 attack on a wagon train at Belle Plain near Fredericksburg. Inv. in 10-5-64 attack on the construction camp at Salem and fight at Rectortown. Led 10-10-64 attack on a party foraging hay at "Glen Welby" near Rectortown, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 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 capt. of Gen. A. N. Duffie on the Valley Turnpike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 10-29-64 fight at Dulany's near Upperville; 11-16-64 fight at the "Vinyard" near Berry's Ferry; and 11-27-64 fight near Goresville, Loudoun Co. WIA (right leg, severely) 12-20-64 at Kinloch" near Hopewell Gap, Fauquier Co. Par. on the field. Taken to "Glen Welby" near Rectortown, Fauquier Co. to convalesce. B. 3-3-1841 in Clarke Co. Moved to Baltimore, Md. prior to the war. Employed as a bailiff at the Court House in Baltimore, Md. in 1909. Member J. S. Mosby Camp #821, UCV, Baltimore, Md. D. 1-4-1922. Bur. Green Mount Cem., Baltimore, Md.

2nd Lieutenant Matthew Ferrell Magner Enl. 1861 in Co. B, 11th Miss. Inf. Enl. 6-27-61 in Co. D, 1st Va. Cav. WIA 7-21-61 at 1st Manassas. Trans. Sept. 1861 to Co. D, 6th Va. Cav. Prom. to Lt. Present on all muster rolls except appearing as "on Sick furlough" on Sept. - Oct. 1862 roll. Disch. 1862 on expiration of service. Joined Mosby's command. Inv. in 4-29-63 attacks on Gen. Stahel's Cav. expedition near The Plains; 5-3-63 Warrenton Jct. fight; 5-17-63 fight at the Lynn farm near Dumfries; 6-3-63 fight near Frying Pan Church in Fairfax Co.; 2-22-64 fight at Dranesville; and 4-19-64 scout to near Piedmont to set a trap for a Federal raiding party. Capt. 7-18-64 and was threatened with hanging in the steels of Paris. Sent to Harpers Ferry. W. Va. where he escaped on 8-6-64. Fell down an embankment, dislocating his shoulder, and swam the Shenandoah R. to ret. to Fauquier Co. Inv. in 10-4-64 scout to near Gainsville on the Manassas Gap FIR and 1-18-65 attack on a B&O train two miles south of Outfields Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va. where he had his feet frost bit. Par. 5-7-65 at Winchester. Age 25, 5'-9", fair complexion, black hair, blue eyes. Boarded during the war at the Edmonds res., "Belle Grove" near Paris. B. Castletown Roach, County Cork, Ireland. Moved 1852 to Minn. D. 1666 of Cholera while working with a shipping firm at Delta, Ms. Brother of Cpt. James Magner of the 28th Mass. Inf.
3rd Lieutenant William H. Trunnell Inv. in 6-11-63 raid on Seneca Mills, Md. Inv. in 6-22-63 fight at Ewell's Chapel, Capt. later that day near Gum Springs, Loudoun Co. in an attack on a wagon train on the Little River Tpk. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Appears on Old Capitol Prison list of prisoners for 7-1, 7-23, and 8-3-63. Rec. 8-23-63 at Pt. Lookout. Par. (date unknown). Enl. in Co. A for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. (date unknown). Capt. 11-20-63. Par. (date unknown). Paid $96 1-5-64 at Richmond for the period 4-30-63 to 12-31-63. KIA 3-27-64 while on a scout to the Bunker Hill, W. Va. area. Trans. to and prom. 3-28-64 to 3rd. Lt., Co. D. His death was not known at the time of his promotion. Res. Md.
3rd Lieutenant David Stone Briscoe
Sergeant O. J. Fleming Par. at Columbia.

Adams, Joseph A. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 0", fair complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Res. Loudoun Co.
Adie, Lewis Benjamin Class of 1865 VMI Cadet before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. KIA 8-13-65 in Berryville Wagon Train Raid. Res. Leesburg.
Adams, Joseph A.
Aldridge, Joseph West Inv. in 10-13-64 skirmishes on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va. and 10-14-64 "Greenback Raid" on the B&O RR near Duffield's Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Led 12-24-64 scout through Waterford to Point of Rocks, Md. Par. 5-4-65 at Charles Town, W. Va. Age 18, 5'- 10 1/2" light complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Lived in Md. before the war. Owned a home east of Waterford, Loudoun Co. after the war. Lived in Westminster, Md. in 1909. B. 5-15-1846. D. 4-18-1919. Bur. St. Anne's Cem, Annapolis, Md.
Anderson, Boswell B. 1847. Physician in Colorado Springs, Co. in 1909. Bur. Evergreen Cem, Colorado Springs. Co.
Anderson, Thomas E. Capt. 9-23-64 in attack on the Reserve Brigade of Merritt's Cav. Div. near Chester Gap. Executed (shot) the same day in Front Royal. B. 9-9-1834. Bur. Anderson Family Cem, Markham. .
Atkins, John Left Ireland to join the 43rd. Va. Cav. Inv. in 7-18-64 skirmish near Union Mills, Fairfax Co. MWIA 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Taken to Henry Dulany's where his last words were "I have come three thousand miles to fight for the Confederacy, but it is all over now. My poor mother -Jesus have mercy on her soul." Mosby commented upon seeing his body, "there lies a man I would not have given for a whole regiment of Yankees". Bur. 10-31-64 in Paris, Fauquier Co. Cem. B. in County Cork, Ireland the son of a minister. Brother was a Cpt. on Gen. Elzey's staff.
Aud, Fenton Capt. at Leesburg (date unknown). Freed the next day by Mosby's men. Par. 5-1-65 at Darnestown, Md. Res. Poolesville, Md. Never m. D. Mar. 1910 in Poolesville, Md.
Baker, Thomas R. Enl. in Co. D, 8th Va. Inf. Prom. to 2nd Lt. Resigned commission 9-14-61. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 4-19-64 near Leesburg and sent to Vienna. Sent 4-21-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-10-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'-9", light complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. B. 2-3-1837. Lived in Washington, D. C. in 1895. D. 2-6-1923 in Silver Springs, Md. Bur. Middleburg, Md,
Beal, John T. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. at age 21. WIA (hand) (date unknown). Par. at Columbia, B. Scottsville. Albemarle Co., son of Joseph R. and Mary E. Beal. Moved to Kansas after the War. Had three children. D. 1886 (approx.) in Kansas.
Beal, Joseph R. Par. at Columbia. Lived in Roanoke 1909 through 1913. D. 1914.
Bear, Charles A. Lived in Washington, D. C. in 1909.
Berryman, Marcellus Enl. 11 -15-64 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, 6'- 0", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Markham. B. in Fauquier Co.
Best, Richard A. (post war roster). Lived in Md. before the war.
Bibb, Richard H. Par. 5-15-65 at Louisa C. H. Res. Louisa Co.
Binford, Ballard Williams Enl. in the Richmond Howitzers and the beginning of the war. Contracted malaria while in the Carolinas and rec. a medical disch. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 12-23-1845 at Church Hill, Richmond. M. 5-6-1879 to Eveline Archer Leake. Had four children. Moved to Georgia and Alabama working on the RR's Moved back to Va. where he was Inv. in starting Mt. Hope Methodist Church at Doswell. Lived in Verdon in 1895. D. 10-9-1903 of a heart attack. Bur. Mt. Hope United Methodist Church Cem, Doswell. Brother of Ranger Wirt M. Binford.
Binford, Wirt M. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. KIA. 3-21-65 in fight at Hamilton. Age 17. Res. Hanover Co. Bur. Hollywood Cem, Richmond. Brother of Ranger Ballard Williams Binford.
Bispham, S. B. (Stacy Budd) Enl. Co. D. Trans. to Co. E. (dates unknown). Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-29-64 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 9", dark complexion, light hair, black eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 7-21-1847, the son of William Newbold Bispham and Mary Ann Vandewall Clopton. Lived in Warrenton at the being of the war. M. 7-2-1874 to Ellen Lewis Hill at Culpeper. Employed with Russell & Erwin Mfg., New York City in 1895. Lived in Baltimore, Md in 1897. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Res. Charlotte, N. C. --D. 4-28-1909 in Charlotte, N. C. Bur. Fairview Cem, Culpeper.
Blanchard, - post-war roster
Boarman, Richard T. Served as Pvt. in 1st Md. Lt. Arty. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 4-15-64 in Loudoun Co. Sent to Vienna. Sent 4-17-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-10-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'-7 1/2", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Charles Co., Md. Lived at Md. line Confederate Soldier's Home, Pikeville, Md.
Bolling, Bartlett. H. Capt. 2-20-64 at his father's home "Bollingbrook" near Upperville. Sent 2-24-64 to Camp Chase. Trans. 3-14-64 to Ft. Delaware. Par. 9-14-64 and exch. 9-18-64. Admitted 9-22-64 to Chimborazo Hosp. #9. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Inv. in 1-30-65 attack on Reno's Cav. camp near Charles Town, W. Va. WIA 3-30-65 at Col. Daniel Bonham's house near Berryville in fight with Lt Eugene W. Farris of the 30th Mass. Inf. Inv. in 4-10-65 fight near Arundel's Tavern. Par. 4-24-65 at Winchester. Age 30, 5'-11", fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. B. 2-6-1846 in Petersburg, son of Col. Robert B. Boiling and Sarah Milville MinCo. Attended Episcopal High School in Alexandria. M. 1881 to Meta Lomax Stuart. Had six children. Lived at "Castilia" in Albemarie Co. in 1890. Vice-president of the Old Jefferson Nat. Bank of Charlottesville. Lived at UVa. in 1909. Commander of the John Bowie Strange Camp, UCV. Attended 1920 reunion of 43rd Va. Cav. in Culpeper. D. 2-8-1926. Brother of Rangers John Minge Boiling and Samuel Mordecai Boiling.
Bolling, John
Bowie, Henry Clay (post-war rosters). Post-war res. Gaithersburg, Md. Member Ridgely Brown Camp #51 B, UCV, Gaithersburg, Md.
Braden, Gabriel V. Enl. 6-1-61 in Co. K, 6th Va. Cav. Appears on 6-30-62 muster roll as pro. to sgt. Appears on 11-12-62 muster roll as pvt. Present on 11-12-63 muster roll. Enl. in Co. D., 43rd Va. Cav. WIA 3-4-64 in skirmish at the home of his uncle Washington Vandevanter, at Locust Grove near Hamilton. Inv. in 12-24-64 scout to Taylorstown, Loudoun Co. and Point of Rocks, Md.; and 3-21-65 Hamilton fight. B. 9-2-1841. Post-war res. Washington, D. C. M. Caroline E. Vandevanter, D. 3-1-1921. Bur. Union Cem, Leesburg.
Bradley, John M. Enl. 10-7-63 for the war in Fauquier Co. Trans. to Co. E, 13th Va. Inf. (date unknown). Par. in 1865. B. 1846 in Washington Co. Moved to the Ft. Worth, Tx. area about 1876 living there in 1910. Filed for pension from Tarrant Co., Tx. in 1908. D. 11-8-1920 in Birdville, Tarrant Co., Tx. of cerebral hemorrhage and consequent paralysis. Bur. in Birdville Cem, Holtom City, Tx.
Brander, William H. Enl. 4-23-61 in Co. B, 4th Va. Cav. Age 24. Admitted 12-26-61 to Danville Hosp. with dysentery. Trans. 5-7-62 to Co. B, 12th Va. Art. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 26, 5'- 10" fair complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Res. Richmond.
Braxton, William Armstead Co. F. Enl. 10-21-64 for the war by Walter E. Frankland in Fauquier Co. MWIA 10-16-64 in fight at the "Vinyard" near Berry's Ferry. This was his first scout with the 43rd Va. Cav. D. 11-17-64 at the "Vinyard". Res. Hanover Co. Lived in Md. prior to the war. Had three children.
Bredell, Edward, Jr. Enl. at age 22. Occ. gentleman. Pvt. in Co. of light art. 1st Lt. and ADC 6-10-62 to 8-30-62 Phofer's 3rd Brig., Maury's Div. Army of the West. Recommended 1-7-63 as 1st Lt. & ADC to Gen. John S. Bowen. Trans. 4-23-63 to staff of Gen. Bowen. Capt. 7-4-63 at Vicksburg, Par. (date unknown). Inv. in battles at Grand Gulf, Port Gibson, Baker's Cr. and Big Black. Filed application 6-6-64 for appointment to A&IG Dept. Joined the 43rd. Va. Cav. (date unknown). KIA. 11-16-64 in the "Vinyard Fight" near Berry's Ferry. Bur. originally in the Shenandoah R. but later removed to Cool Spring Methodist Church Cem, Delaplane, Fauquier Co. Remains later removed to the grounds of his father's home in St. Louis, Mo. on Laffayette Ave. between McNair and Missouri streets. B. 1839, son of Edward Bredell and Angeline C. Perry.
Brien, James Enl. 10-20-64 for the war by R. P. Montjoy in Fauquier Co. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Age 19. B. Gloucester Co.
Briscoe, David Stone Served with Co. H, 1st Md. Inf. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Prom. 3-29-64 to 3rd Lt., Co. D. Inv. in 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.: and 3-12-65 fight at Gantt's house near Tyson's Comer. Led Co. D in 4-10-65 fight near Arundel's Tavern. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 24, 5'- 9", fair complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Res. Loudoun Co. B. 1840. Lived in Leonardstown, St Mary's Co, Md. before the war. Lawyer at 724 Law Bldg., Baltimore, Md in 1909. D. 1914. Bur. St. John's Episcopal Church Cem, Baltimore, Md.
Brock, E. W. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll.
Brock, George Wallen post-war roster
Brock, Henry Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Employed with the Mercantile Agency at 74 Wall St., New York, N. Y. in 1909.
Brooke, William Throckmorton "Willie" Pvt., Co. D. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. Jan. 1847 in Fauquier Co., son of Cpt. James V. Brooke and Mary Norris. 1860 res. Warrenton. Raised in Fauquier Co. Attended the Univ. of Va. receiving a degree in civil engr. with honors in 1871. Employed as a construction supt. for the C&O FIR for three years. Appointed supv. architect in the Grant Admin. Appointed Vice-Consul to Hong Kong while Mosby was Consul between 1879 and 1881. City engr. for Norfolk. M. 11-10-1886 to Mary Goode. Had four children. Member of the Pickett-Buchanan Camp, UCV in Norfolk. Lived in Norfolk in 1909. D. 1917. Bur. Elmwood Cem, Norfolk.
Brown, Eugene (post war-rosters). Res. Md.
Bryan, Joseph Served with the 2nd Co., Richmond Howitzers from 5-14-64 thru 6-1-64 obtaining a disch. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. 10-17-64. Inv. in 10-18-64 attack on a picket at Hunter's Mill which ended in the controversial killing of Rev. John D. Read. Inv. 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 10-27-64 scout to the Shenandoah Valley. WIA 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Convalessed at Carysbrook. Inv. in 12-17-64 fight between Millwood and Berry's Ferry. appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Inv. in 1-30-65 attack on Reno's Cav. camp near Charles Town, W. Va. and 2-19-65 fight at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke, Co. WA about Feb. - Mar. 1865. Inv. in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton and 4-10-65 fight near Arundel's Tavern. Boarded at "Llangolan Farm," home of Ranger Martin Maddux, near Upperville during the latter part of the war. Par. 5-20-65 at Charlottesville. B. 8-13-1845 at Eagle Point in Gloucester Co., the son of John Randolph Bryan and Elizabeth Caulter Tucker. Attended Episcopal High School in Alexandria Sept. 1856 thru. May 1861. Family moved in May 1862 to "Carysbrook" in Fluvanna Co. Entered the Univ. of Va. Oct. 1862, leaving at age 18. Returned to the Univ. of Va. after the war obtaining a law degree in 1867. Opened a law practice in Palmyra removing to Richmond in 1870. M. Isobel L. Stewart. Became owner of the "Richmond Times". Owned several manufacturing and RR firms while residing in the Richmond area. Member of the R. E. Lee Camp #1, UCV in Richmond. Attended 1904 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Berryville and the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg. D. 11-20-1908 at his home, "Labumum" in Richmond. Bur. Emanuel Episcopal Church Cem, Richmond.
Burk, J. C. KIA (post-war roster).
Campbell, John W.
Campbell, Joseph post-war roster
Carr, Upshur post-war roster
Carrington, Luther KIA. 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's near Upperville.
Carter, Thomas Walden Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Inv. in 9-23-64 attack on the Reserve Brigade of Merritt's Cav. Div. near Chester Gap. Horse fell with him and was saved from capt. by Ranger Joseph Milian, Par. 4-23-65. at Winchester. Age 19, dark complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Warrenton. B. 5-3-1847 at "Belmont", Fauquier Co. M. Bettie Fletcher. Had four children. Postmaster in Orange in 1909. Member J. W. Starnes Camp, UCV in Franklin, Tn. D. 1-7-1926 in Franklin, Tn. Bur. Warrenton Cem, Warrenton.
Chamblin Henry Clay Class of 1866 VMI Cadet before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 5-25-64 at Laurel, Henrico Co. Sent 6-3-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-10-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'-9 1/2", ruddy complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Loudoun Co. B. 2-1-1844. Lived in Richmond in 1895. D. 9-7-1899. Bur. Hollywood Cem, Richmond.
Chancellor, George W. Enl. 2-22-62 in Co. A, 7th Va. Cav. as a Pvt. at Martinsburg, W. Va. Admitted 8-14-62 to Charlottesville Hosp. with debility. Ret to duty 8-25-62. Absent on Nov. - Dec., 1862 muster roll, detailed to QM Dept. 12-5-62. Employed as Forage Master, 1-1-63 to 12-31-63. Present on Jan. - Mar., 1864 muster tolls. Present on July - Aug., 1864 muster roll, "detailed to regt. QM. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). 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. B. 8-12-1837. D. 2-16-1915. Bur. Westminster Presbyterian Church Cem, Delaplane.
Chancellor, James Monroe Enl. 4-22-61 in Co. B, 6th Va. Cav. Occ. farmer. Appears on 6-30-61 muster roll as "sick with measles." Shown as "present but two months AWOL" on late 1861 muster roll. Appears as "sick since 2-3-62" on Jan. - Feb. 1862 muster roll, and "absent sick in hospital" on Nov. - Dec. 1862 muster roll. Appointed 1-2-63 Asst. QM 9th Va. Cav. Lt. Col. Hansborough described Chancellor as "a brave patriotic, steady and intelligent young man distinguishing himself at Front Royal." Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's rise near Upperville. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-8-65 to Ft. Warren. Took Oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 6'- 1", dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. B. 9-11-1841. Postwar res. Flint Hill. Lived in Round Hill in 1909. D. 1-21-1919. Bur. Union Cem, Leesburg.
Cheatwood, - post-war roster
Chew, John A.
Chew, Robert Enl. April 1864. WIA 12-24-64 near Waterford on a scout to Point of Rocks. Md. Inv. in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton. Par. 4-24-65 at Charles Town, W. Va. Age 19 1/2, 5'-l0" light complexion, dark hair, black eyes. B. 5-6-1846. D. 3-17-1907. Bur. Zion Episcopal Church Gem., Charles Town, W. Va. Brother of Ranger John A. Chew.
Chilton, G. P. Capt. and par. (dates unknown). Par. 4-16-65 at Fairfax G. H.
Chilton, James Vass "Jimmy" Pvt., Co. D. Enl. 6.1-61 in 1st Va. Cav. Enl. 3-10-62 in the Brooke An. in Fauquier Co. Appears 4-10-63 as "Sgt. sick at General Hosp., Richmond." Assigned April 1863 as clerk in Paymaster Dept. Trans. 9-14-64 to the 43rd Va. Cav. Inv. in 11-6-64 to the scout to the Shenandoah valley and 11-27-64 fight near Goresville, Loudoun Co. Capt. 4-12-65 in Warrenton. Sent 4-14-65 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 5-1-65 to Elmira, N. Y. Took oath 5-15-65 at Elmira, N. Y. Res. Warrenton. B. 5-2-1841, son of Samuel Chilton. Attended Univ. of Va. 1859-1860. Grad. Georgetown Univ. Commonwealth attorney for Fauquier Co. after the War. Employed in the Justice Dept. Lived in Warrenton in 1895. D. 9-9-1905. Bur. Warrenton Gem., Warrenton.
Christian, Edmond Warren Enl. 11-20-64 for the war by R. P. Montjoy in Fauquier Co. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roil. Par. 4-25-65 at Winchester. Age 17. 5'-8", dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes. Res. Lynchburg. B. Campbell Co. Lived in Mobile, AL in 1909.
Christian, John Hunt Served in the 1st Md. Inf. and Co. G, 24th Va. Cav. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Par. 5-4-65 in Richmond. B. 8-18-1846. Physician in Baltimore, Md. D. 3-13-1902. Bur. Lorraine Park Cem, Baltimore, Md.
Coakley, James F. Capt., 4-15-65 in Fairfax Co. Sent 4-17-65 to Old Capitol Prison. Took oath 5-9-65 at Old Capitol Prison. Arrested 5-10-65 at Fairfax Station, Ordered to leave the district. Res. Baltimore, Md.
Cochran, J. Frank Par, 4-23-65 at Relay House, Md. Appears on a 5-17-65 list of par. prisoners at Millwood. Res. Middletown, Del.
Copley, James post war roster
Core, John H. Served in the commissary General's office and in the 6th Va. Inf. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Inv. in 2-19-65 fight at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke Co. Remained with Mosby after the command was disbanded with the intention of going south to join Gen. Joseph Johnston. The plan was abandoned when they learned that Johnston had surrendered. Par. 5-6-65 at Mechanicsville. Boarded at Manley Iden's house at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. during Feb. 1864. B. 11-12-1838 at "Belle Haven" in Accomack Co. M. Martha Ann Therant of Norfolk. Lived in Norfolk in 1909. D. 2-7-1910. Bur. in $100,000 mausoleum in Elmwood Cem, Norfolk.
Darneille, Philip A.
Dear, Charles Henry VMI cadet at the outbreak of the war. Joined Mosby's command in early 1863. (Said to have been the 19th man to join Mosby's command). Inv. in 3-9-63 Fairfax C. H. raid and 4-1-63 Miskel's Farm fight. WIA (side) 5-9-64 in attack on a wagon train between Newtown and Winchester. Inv. in 7-5-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.; 2nd raid on Point of Rocks, Md. on 7-5-64; 7-6-64 fight at Mi. Zion Church near Aldie; 10-13-64 skirmishes along the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 10-14-64 "Greenback Raid" on the B&O AR near Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 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.; 10-29-64 fight at Dulany's near Upperville; 1-30-65 attack on Reno's Cav. camp near Charles Town, W. Va. 2-19-65 fight at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke Co.; 3-12-65 capt. of a Federal patrol near Munson's Hill in Fairfax Co. near Washington, D. C.; 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton; 3-30-65 attack on the block house at Summit Point, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; and 4-10-65 fight near Arundel's Tavern in Fairfax Co. WIA 12 times during the war. Rode "Old Thunder" in the the first set of 4's of Co. D with Ned Gipson and Joe Bryan. Boarded at "Llangolan Farm" near Upperville, home of Ranger Martin Maddux, during the latter part of the war. Par. 5-17-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'-11", dark complexion, black hair, grey eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co. B. 7-29-1646. Attended 1897 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Baltimore, Md. and the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg. Employed by the IRS living in Washington. Rappahannock Co. in 1909. M. Ada M. - Had one son. D. 1-5-1929 in Bronxville, NY. Bur. Masonic Cem., Washington, Rappahannock Co. Cousin of Rangers J. William Dear and Henry Clay Dear.
Dear, Henry Clay Inv. in 10-14-64 "Greenback Raid" on the B&O RR near Duffield's Station, Jefferson Co., W., Va. and 4-10-65 fight near Arundel's Tavern. Par. 5-17-65 at Edward's Ferry, Md. B. 8-31-1548. Appointed Post Trader of Fort Robinson and Ft. Niobraba, Neb. after the war. D. 9-1-1905 in Garfield Hosp., Washington, D. C. from injuries sustained from failing through ice in a pond while on a hunting trip near Ft. Niobraba, Neb. Never m. Bur. Sharon Cem., Middleburg. Brother of Ranger J. William Dear and cousin of Ranger Charles Henry Dear.
Dear, J. William "Willie" Pvt., Co. D. WIA (leg) and capt. 2-3-65 near his home near Mt. Gilead, Loudoun Co. with Ranger Thomas King. Sent 2-8-65 to Ft. McHenry with instructions "not to be exchanged". Took oath 5-1-65 at Ft. McHenry. 5'- 9 1/2", dark complexion, black hair, black eyes. Res. Loudoun Co. B. 7-6-1845. D. 7-14-1883. Bur. Union Cem., Leesburg. Brother of Ranger Henry Clay Dear and cousin of Ranger Charles Henry Dear.
Delaplane, Jacob Capt. 10-13-64 in skirmish along the Valley Pike near Martinsburg, W. Va. Sent 11-8-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 5 1/2", dark complexion, black hair, brown eyes. Res. Pickaway Co., Oh. Post-war res. Buckland, Prince William Co.
Denning, J. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 27. 5'- 10", fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Loudoun Co.
Dodd, George Y. Enl. July 1864. May have also been attached to Co. F. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Age 55. Filed for a pension in Fairfax Co.
Dorsey, Charles Worthington Served in Co. A, 1st Md Cav. Enl. 4-1-62 in Co. G, 7th Va. Cav. at New Market. Substitute for Samuel Driver. Prom. to Sgt. by 10-10-62. Absent on Nov. - Dec. 1862 muster roll. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). Par. 5-19-65 at Harpers Ferry. Post-war res. Howard Co. Md. Administrator to the Md. Line Conf. Soldiers Home.
Dorsey, Hammond C. Enl. 5-14-61 in Co. K., 1st Va. Cav. Appears as present on muster rolls thru April 1862. Trans. 5-15-62 to Co. A, 1st Md. Cav. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). Par, 4-23-65 at Relay House, Md. as a member of the 1st Va. Cav. Res. Howard Co., Md. B. 1841. Res. Ellicott City, Howard Co., Md. D. 1898.
Dorsey, Pugh (Pulaski) Enl. 5-14-61 in Co. K, 1st Va. Cav. Appears as present on muster rolls through 3-8-62. Reenl. 2-23-62. Elected 3rd. Lt. Capt. Sept. 1862. Exch. 9-21-62. Trans. to Co. A, 1st Md., Cav. (date unknown). Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Pre-war res. Simpsonville, Howard Co., Md. Judge, Howard Co., Md. 1899-1907. D. 1-12-1912. Bur. Dorsey Cem., "Harper's Choice", Columbia, Md.
Dorsey, Reuben Meriwether (post-war roster). Pre-war res. Md.
Drummond, C. O. Enl. 4-10-64 for the war by R. P. Montjoy in Fauquier Co. Capt. (date unknown). Appears on 2-17-65 list of par. and exch. prisoners at Camp Lee, Richmond.
Dunning, John Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 27, 5'- 10", fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Loudoun Co. Pre-war res. Greensborough, Caroline Co., Md. Member J. S. Mosby Camp #821, UCV, Baltimore Md. Entered the Maryland Line Confederate Soldier's Home, Pikesville, Md. in 1907, age 71. Occ. merchant. D. 3-10-1908. Bur. Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore. Md.
Dunnington, Charles Allen Enl. 5-24-61 in Co. A, 4th Va. Cav. Age 18. Capt. 6-1-61 at Fairfax C. H. Par. & exch. (dates unknown). Trans. to the 43rd Va. Cav. Son of C. W. C. Dunnington of Washington, D. C. Possibly lived in Md. prior to the war Employed at the Library of Congress, living in Washington, D. C. in 1909. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Member of the Washington Camp, UCV. D. approx. 1921. Bur. Arlington Nall. Cem., Arlington.
Eastham, Robert Woodford Enl. 4-22-61 as Pvt. in Cpt. Shae Green's Cav. (Old Guard). Mustered in Co. B, 6th Va. Cav. on 5-20-61. Appears on Nov.- Dec. 1862 muster roll as "deserter since 12-26-62." Present on Jan. - Feb. muster roll. AWOL after 10-12-63. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Would often take small detachments of men into the Shenandoah Valley on scouts. Inv. in 8-13-64 Berryville Wagon Raid. Shown as one of the figures playing the fiddle in Searle's & Philippoteaux's painting "Returning from a Raid" which portrayed the return from the Berryville (aid. Led scout 9-22-64 to Guard Hill near Front Royal and capt. two couriers with Gen. Custer's dispatches. Inv. In 1-31-65 (approx.) attack on a B&O FIR train between Winchester and Harpers Ferry, W.Va.; 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton; and 3-30-65 fight with Lt. Eugene W. Ferris of the 30th Mass. Inf. at Col. Daniel Bonham's house near Berryville. Par. 5-10-65 at Winchester, signing his name as "Woodford Eastham." Age 26, 6'- 2", fair complexion, auburn hair, blue eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co. M. 1869 to Mary C. Reed of Rappahannock Co. Lived in Tucker Co., W. Va. from 1876 to 1883. Arrested and charged with murder on 3-15-1897. Escaped jail and was not heard from for a number of years. M. (2) to Bessie Jordan. Lived near Washington. Rappahannock Co. in 1909. D. 4-7-1924. Bur. Eastham Family Cem.; near Massie's Comer, Rappahannock Co.
Eastham, William Braxton Par. 5-1-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 6'- 0", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Rappahannonk Co.
Edwards, John T. post-war roster
Flack, Thomas J. Served with Co. C., 1st Md. Inf. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. KIA. 4-29-64 in Leesburg. Res. Baltimore, Md.. B. 1842. Bur. Greenmount Cem. Baltimore, Md.
Fox, Joseph
Foy, Joseph Inv. in 9-22-64 scout to Guard Hill near Front Royal and capt. of Gen. Custer's dispatches.
Franklin, Isaac Newton Capt. 4-28-64 at Leesburg and sent to Vienna. Sent 5-3-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-12-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'-11", ruddy complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Loudoun Co. Applied for a pension in Fairfax Co. Res. Clifton.
Frere, George Appears on a 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll.
Galt, Herbert T. Capt. 5-19-64 with Corbin Walter Mercer and Philip A. Davis at "Rawlingsdale" near Piedmont. Sent 5-22-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Par. 9-28-64 at Ft. Delaware. Trans. 9-30-64 to Aiken's Landing for exch, Paid $73.13 on 12-10-64.
Gibbs, Willie A. Served with the 23rd Va. Cav. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. KIA.
Gibson, Henry C. Enl. 11-1-64 for the war by R. P. Montjoy in Fauquier Co. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 22, 5'- 9", florid complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Loudoun Co. B. 10-3-1841 at "Airmont" in Loudoun Co. May have lived in Md. prior to the war. M. sister of Ranger Joseph West Aldridge. Had three children. Director of the Peoples National Bank of Leesburg. Lived in Waterford in 1909. D. 3-28-1928 in Leesburg. Bur. Union Cem., Leesburg.
Gill, George Murray, Jr. Served with the 1st. Md. Inf. Enl. 8-1-62 for one year in Co. K, 1st Va. Cav. by Capt. Gaither in Richmond. WIA 8-30-62 at Stuart's Tavern and at 2nd Manassas. Capt. 7-22-63 at Williamsburg, Md. Rec. 7-23-63 at Ft. Delaware. Trans. 10-20-63 to Pt. Lookout Par. for exch. 12-24-63 at Pt. Lookout. Trans. to the 43rd Va. Cav. MWIA 3-30-65 at the home Of Col. Daniel Bonham near Berryville in fight with Lt. Eugene W. Ferris Of the 30th Mass. Inf. D. 4-6-65. Bur. in the Blue Ridge Mtns. Father removed the remains to Baltimore, Md. after the war for bur. in Green Mount Cem. B. 1-6-1942. son of George Murray Gill, Sr. Grad. Prinston College, majoring in law. Cousin of Ranger John Gill.
Gill, John Enl. 5-17-61 for one year as a Pvt. in Co. H, 1st Md. Inf. by Cpt. William H. Murray. Inv. in campaigns of 1st Manassas, Jackson's Valley campaign. Pensular campaign and at Richmond. Re-enlisted June 1862 in Co. A, 1st Md. Cav. as a Pvt. Inv. in the Sharpsburg campaign, Gettysburg campaign, Winchester, Bolivar Heights, Cross Keys (WIA slightly), Port Republic Cold Harbor, 2nd Manassas, 7 Days Battles, Cedar Mtn., Wilderness, Hawes Shop, Harrison Landing, Front Royal, Harrisonburg, Ream's Station, Woodstock, Strasburg, Trevillian"s Station, Catlett's Station, Brandy Station, Yellow Tavern, New Market and Spottsylvania C. H. Prom. to Signal Sgt. Fall 1863 and placed in charge of the Signal Corps. Placed in charge of a six-man detail to scout the Shenandoah Valley during the winter of 1864 - 1865. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. about 3-1-65. Inv, in 3-12-65 fight at Gantt's house near Tyson's Comer. Inv. in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton . Par. at Berryville. Arrested at Relay House, Md. near Baltimore. Confined for 10 days. Resided While with the 43rd Va. Cav. at the home of Cpt. Alfred Glascock. B. 8-15-1941 in Annapolis, Md., son of Richard W. Gill and Ann E. D Educated at Lawrenceville, N. J. High school grad. 1859. Attended the Univ. of Va. Went to Europe for a short time after the War. Ret. to Baltimore to engage in the grain export business forming the firm of Knox and Gill and later Gill and Fisher. President of the Mercantile Trust and Deposit Co. of Baltimore. Brig. Gen. Commanding this First Brigade, UCV of Md. D. 7-2-1912. Bur. Green Mount Cem., Baltimore, Md. Cousin of Ranger George Murray Gill, Jr. Author of book "Four Years as a Private Soldier."
Gipson, Edwin "Ned" Pvt_ Co. D. Inv. in 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md.; 2nd raid on Point of Rocks on 7-5-74; 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 1-30-65 attack on Reno's Cav. camp near Charles Town., W. Va- WIA Feb.- Mar., 1865. Inv. in 4-10-65 fight near Arundel's Tavern. Rode in the first set of 4's of Co. D with Charlie Dear and Joe Bryan. Lawyer after the war. D. 1876 from a snake bite on his farm.
Gladding, William H. 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 5-11-65 at Ft. Warren. Res. Savannah, Ga.
Glass, S. O. Par. at Columbia
Goldsborough, Charles Served in the Confederate Navy and 1st Md. Art. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. B. 1-1-1839 in Annapolis, Md. Attended Balmer School in Chester, Pa. Pro-war res. St. Paul St. near Mulberry, Baltimore, Md. (Lived with Ranger William Thomas Turner). Employed with the Uhlman Goldsborough Co. in Baltimore, Md. in 1895. D. 1-31-1903. Bur. Green Mount Cem., Baltimore, Md.
Gough, James K. Capt. 7-15-64 in Fauquier Co. Sent 7-17-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-12-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 7 1/2", dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 1846, son of Susannah Gough. 1860 res. New Baltimore.
Gray, Charles Henry
Gray, John Enl. in the 8th Va. Inf. Prom. 4-26-62 to 2nd. Lt. Prom. 12-3-62 to 1st Lt. Prom. 6-22-64 to Cpt. Joined the 43rd Va. in 74-64 raid on Point-of-Rocks, Md. and 9-23-64 attack on the Reserve Guard of Merritt's Cav. Div. near Chester Gap. Present on 12-31 -64 8th Va. Inf. muster roll. Par. 4-20-65 at Winchester as a member of the 43rd Va. Cav. Age 19, 6'-0", fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Leesburg. B. 4-17-1846. D. 11-19-1891. Bur. Union Cem., Leesburg.
Grayson, Robert Osborne Enl. 3-5-1862 in the 9th Va. Cav. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt 4-29-64 at Upperville and sent to Vienna. Sent 5-3-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Admitted 8-11-64 to Old Capitol Prison Hosp. with diarrhea. Ret. to duty 8-19-64. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-12-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 7 1/2", light complexion, red hair, blue eyes. Res. Culpeper Co. B. 3-26-1830. D. 3-20-1907 in Culpeper. Bur. Remington Cem, Remington, Fauquier Co.
Grayson, T. Fitzhugh Sgt. Maj. in the 8th Va. Inf. Capt. 7-21-61 at 1st Manassas. Par. 11-1-61. Dropped from rolls 10-31-62. Disch. 11-12-62. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. in 1864. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 25, 5'- 7", dark hair, dark eyes. Res. Loudoun Co.
Gregg, Henry H. Courier. Appears on 11-27-63 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-24-65 at Charles Town, W. Va. Age 19, 5'- 9 1/2" dark complexion, light hair, grey eyes.
Grey, William Enl. in Co. B. Trans. to Co. D. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 50, 5'- 10", dark complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Warren Co.
Griffin, Joseph Inv. in 9-22-64 scout to Guard hill near Front Royal and capt. of two couriers with Gen. Custer's dispatches. WIA and had horse shot in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton. Lived in Charlottesville in 1895. D. 9-6-1905.
Hall, J. W. Admitted 7-16-64 to Richmond Hosp. with continuous fever. Furl. 8-2-64 for 30 days.
Harris, Henry G. Capt. 10-17-64 at Snickersville. Sent 10-28-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 7 1/2", dark complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Scottsville. B. 7-2-1847 in Scottsville. Post-war res. Bluefield, W. Va. Lived in Scottsville in 1909. Adjutant of the Henry Gantt Camp, UCV in Scottsville. D. 2-23-1916 in Scottsville.
Heaton, Lonnie Par. 5-2-65
Heaton, Townsend `Tiny" Pvt., Co. D (post-war roster).
Heiskell, James Monroe Served in Co. C, 1st Md. Cav. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Inv. in 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. Inv. in 2nd raid on Point of Rocks, Md. on 7-5-64; 7-6-64 fight At Mt. Zion Church near Aldie; 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 11-27-64 fight near Goresville, Loudoun Co. Capt. 1-4-65 near Relay House, Md. Sent to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 9", ruddy complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Pre-war res. Md. Class of 1863 student at Georgetown Univ. at the beginning of the war, Paymaster for the U. S. Army in 1888. Grandson of President James Monroe.
Hopkins, John E. Enl. at the beginning of the war for one year in the 10th Va. Inf. as a 2nd Lt. Inv. in battles at 1st Manassas, Gettysburg and New Market, Had horses killed at Chambersburg and at Williamsport. Trans. to the 35th Va. Cav. Enl. 11-1-64 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by R. P. Montjoy in Fauquier Co. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Shown on 12-10-64 inspection role. Age 24. Horse KIA and was capt. 12-21-64 at Hopewell Gap. Sent 12-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 10", dark complexion, brown hair. grey eyes. Res. Bloomfield, Loudoun Co. B. 1840 in Loudoun Co. Lived in Alexandria before the war. Lived in Now Market in 1909.
Hopkins, Richard Elliott Enl. Oct. 1864 for the war in Fauquier Co. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 5-22-1847 in Loudoun Co. Lived in McGaheysville in 1913. D. Mar. 1926 in McGaheysville.
Horner, Gustains B. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 23, 5'-8 1/2", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes Res. Fauquier Co. 1860 res. Warrenton. Son of Frederick and Ann M. Homer. Brother of Ranger Robert C. Homer.
Hoyle, George (post-war roster). Pre-war res. Derwood, Md. Member Ridgely Brown Camp #518, UCV, Gaithersburg, Md.
Hough (Huff) Gresham Served with Co. H, 1st Md. Inf. and Co. A, 1st Md. Cav. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 21, 5'- 10", fair complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Res. Baltimore, Md. Par. again 4-25-65 at Harpers Ferry, Md. B. May 1844, D. 10-11-1891. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore, Md.
Hoyle, George W.
Hunton, Ernest C. Par. 5-6-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 8", florid complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Res. "Kenmore", Now Baltimore. B. 4-5-1847, son of Thomas E. and Malinda Hunton. Shot and killed 10-22-1867 in New Baltimore by Washington Fletcher who had acted as a Federal spy, leading the raid through Fauquier on 12-21-64 that ended in the shooting of Col. Mosby at "Lakeland". Hunton had recognized Fletcher prior to being shot. Bur. Hunton Cem. near New Baltimore.
Hunton, John W. 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 3/4", ruddy complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Res. Buckland, Prince William Co.
Jarboe, William Alfred Capt. 4-15-64 in Fairfax Co. and sent to Vienna. Sent 4-17-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Admitted 6-15-64 to Carroll Prison Hosp. with heart disease. Ret. to duty 6-30-64. Admitted 8-10-64 to Old Capitol Prison Hosp. with gastritis. Ret to duty 9-20-64. Trans. 9-21-64 to Ft. Warren. Par. 6-5-65 at Ft. Warren. Pre-war res. Carroll Co., Md. Entered the Md. Line Confederate Soldier's Home 7-7-1908. Age 64. Occ. accountant. Res. Baltimore, Md. D. 11-26-1915.
Jarman, Henry Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll.
Jarvis, B. F. Lived in Scottsville in 1895.
Johnson, Edward post-war roster
Jones, Philip Malory Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. S. 1842. D. 7-7-1907. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper.
Jones, Zachary Fleming Enl. 1864. Horse WIA in 3-12-65 fight at Gantt's house near Tyson's Comer. Par. at Columbia. B. 8-28-1836. Lived in Scottsville in 1909. Last survivor of the 43rd Va. Cav. living in Albemarle Co. D. 11-25-1932- Bur. Scottsville Cem., Scottsville.
Jordan, Henry Cowles "Coley" Pvt., Co. D. Enl. 1-26-64 for the war by Cpt. Samuel T. Bayly in Richmond. Age 17, 5'- 9". Light complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Occ. student. Mustered in Co. D. Inv. in 10-14-64 raid on Adamstown and Point-of-Rocks, Md. and 2-19-65 fight at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke Co. Par. at Columbia. Identified in John S. Mosby 6-4-1894 letter to Aristidies Monteiro as "there not being a more gallant man in my command." Remained with Mosby after the regiment was disbanded on 4-21-65 with the intention of going south to join forces with Gen. Joseph Johnston. B. 1846 in Richmond. Professional gambler in Richmond after the war. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Lived in Richmond in 1909. D. 1912. Bur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond.

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