43rd Cavalry Battalion
Company "E"

Organized July 28, 1864

Captain Samuel Forrer Chapman

Enl. 5-3-61 in Co. B, 17th Va. Inf. at Front Royal. Age 23. Trans. 10-10-61 to "Dixie Artillery" re-enlisting at Manassas. Assigned to Caskie's Battery. Prom. to Lt. and assigned to conscript duty in Fauquier Co. WIA 4-1-63. while with Mosby's command, in fight at Miskel's Farm. Inv. in 5-3-63 fight at Warrenton Jct. WIA and Capt. 5-30-63 at Greenwich after raid on train at Cattail's Station. (Wounds were so severe that he was par. on the field.) Re-assigned 7-18-63. by S. 0, #186-14. Trans. 1-11-64 to the 43rd Va. Cav. at Mosby's request. Prom. 1-25-64 to 1st Lt. and Adjutant. Recognized by Mosby for "conspicuous gallantry" in 2-20-64 fight at Blakeley's Grove School House near Upperville. Commended by Mosby in 2-22-64 fight at Dranesville. Had horse shot in 5-10-64 skirmish on the Winchester Turnpike near Berryville. Inv. in 5-21-64 attack on camp at Guard Hill near Front Royal; 5-30-64 attack on a wagon train near Newtown. Frederick Co.; 6-10-64 scout to Alexandria and attempted capt. of Gov. Pierpont; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. Inv. in 7-6-64 fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie; and 7-20-64 attack on a wagon train near Snickersville. Led 7-25-64 (approx.) scout to near Bunker Hill. Prom. 7-28:64 to Cpt., Co. E. Inv. in 8-13-64 Berryville Wagon Train Raid; 8-20-64 attack on the "House Burners" at Col. Benjamin Morgan's near Berryville and 8-24-64 attack on the stockade at Annandale. Led Co.'s C and E in 9-4-64 fight at Gold's farm near Berryville and 9-23-64 attack on the Reserve Brigade of Merritt's Cav. Div. near Chester Gap. Led 9-25-64 (Approx.) attack on Sheridan's communications near Frederick Co. Inv. in 10-9-64 scout in the area of Benjamin Cook Shacklett's house near Piedmont; 10-14-64 raid on Adamstown, Md.; and 10-17-64 attack on a foraging party at Fletcher's between Piedmont and Paris. Moved with Co's C, E, and F to the Northern Nock in Jan. 1865. WIA 3-12-65 in fight at the "Hague" near Kinsale. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. (unsigned) Age 26, 5'-11", fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Page Co. B. 8-27-1838 in the Samuel Forrer home in Luray, son of William Allen and Elizabeth Forrer Chapman. Attended Columbia Univ. in 1860. Minister in 1861. M. 7-28-64 at Salem to Eliza Rebecca Elgin, daughter of S. Gustavious Elgin of Fairfax Co. Had nine children. Served as chaplain of the 4th Immune Reg. in the Spanish-American War. First supt. of public schools in Alleghany Co. where he was known as "the father of the public school system." Attended 1897 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Baltimore, Md. and the 1918 reunion in Front Royal. Received a pension in 1902. Joined the Stonewall Jackson Camp, UCV on 2-6-1906. Deputy U. S. Marshall for the Western Dist. of Va. at Staunton in 1909. Moved to Covington. D. 5-21-1919 at Covington. Bur. Cedar Hill Cem, Covington. Brother of Ranger Lt. Col. William Henry Chapman.

1st Lieutenant Fountain Beattie

Enl. 5-14-61 for one year in the Washington Mounted Rifles by Capt. William E. Jones at Abington, Washington Co. Enl. with John S. Mosby. Mustered in Co. D, 1st Va. Cav. upon dissolution of the Washington Mounted Rifles. Appears as "absent on sick furlough from 12-6-61 for 10 days" on Nov. - Dec. 1861 muster roll. Shown as "absent on detached service with Mosby since 1-1-63" on Jan. - Feb. 1863 and May - June 1863 muster rolls. Shown as "transferred to Maj. Mosby" on July - Aug. 1863 muster roll. One of nine men first detailed about 1-1-63 to Mosby. Inv. in Mosby's first two raids; attacks on picket posts near Frying Pan Church on 1-5-63 and near Cub Run on the Little River Turnpike and at Chantilly on 1-6-63. One of 15 men from the 1st Va., Cav. selected for a 2nd detail to Mosby about 1-18-63. Capt. 1-27-63 in skirmish at Middleburg. Sent 1-30-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Par. 3-29-63 and sent to City Point. Inv. in attacks on Gen. Stahel's expedition into Fauquier Co. the end of April 1863. Brought a small mountain howitzer from G en. Stuart to Mosby in early May 1863. Inv. in 5-17-63 fight at the Lynn farm near Dumfries. Capt. 5-30-63 near Greenwich after raid on Catlett's Station. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. No par. record. Prom. to Sgt., Co. A upon his release from prison and given Cpt. Bradford Smith Hoskin's horse. Trans. July 1863 to 43rd Va. Cav. WIA 1-10-64 in Loudoun Heights fight. Inv. in 3-10-64 fight at Chew's House between Kabletown and Charles Town, W. Va.; 5-9-64 wagon raid between Fredericksburg and Belle Plain, Stafford Co.; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks. Md.; and 7-20-64 fight near the Aldie and Snickersville Turnpike. Prom. 7-28-64 1st Lt., Co. E. Inv. in 7-30-64 Adamstown. Md. raid; 9-4-64 fight at Gold's farm near Berryville; 9-23-64 attack on the Reserve Brigade of Merritt's Cav. Div. near Chester Gap; 10-13-64 skirmishes along the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 10-14-64 "Greenback Raid" on the B&O RR near Duffield's Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 10-25-64 attack on a wagon train and capture of Gen. A. N. Duffie on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 10-29-64 fight at Dulany's near Upperville; 11-24-64 raid on the cavalry camp at Perkin's Mill, S. of Winchester; and skirmishes with Merrill's and Powell's cavalry divisions in Fauquier Co. about 12-26-64. Boarded at the home of Mr. James H. Hathaway in Fauquier Co. during the war. B. 11-10-1840 at "Chilhowie" in Washington Co., son of Robert and Pauline White Beattie. M. in 1865 to Ann Elizabeth Hathaway, daughter of James H. Hathaway. Had 12 children. Purchased 6-25-1878, 339 acre "Green Springs Farm" on the Little River Turnpike near Annandale. Deputy collector of Internal Revenue for Virginia's 6th District from 1875 to 1914. Joined the Lee Camp UCV at Alexandria in April 1898. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Pallbearer at Mosby's funeral on 6-1-1916. Sold "Green Springs Farm" 1-23-1917 moved to Alexandria residing at 422 N. Peyton St. Attended 1918 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Front Royal and the 1920 reunion in Culpeper. D. 3-25-1923. Sur. St. James Cem, Falls Church.

2nd Lieutenant William Benjamin Palmer Class of 1866 VMI cadet before joining the 43rd Va. Cav., attending 1 year, 7 months. Enl. 7-10-63 in Co. A for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Prom. 10-1-63 to 3rd Sgt., Co. A at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Present on July -Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 2-20-64 fight at Blakeley's Grove School House near Upperville where he was recognized for "conspicious gallantry." Inv. in 5-9-64 attack on a wagon train at Belle Plain near Fredericksburg. Prom. 7-28-64 to 2nd Lt., Co. E at Upperville. Inv. in 9-4-64 fight at Gold's Farm near Berryville. Present on 12-25-64 muster roll. Removed to the Northern Neck with Co. E during the winter of 1865. Stayed with Mosby after he disbanded the 43rd Va. Cav. with the intention of heading south to join forces with Gen. Joseph Johnston. Plan was abandoned when it was learned that Johnston had surrendered. Par. 5-17-65 at Winchester. Age 20, dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B, 10-24-1843. Owner of W. B. Palmer & Co., shipping agents, Richmond. Commander of the 1899 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Front Royal and the 1901 reunion in Warrenton. Attended the 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall and the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg. Elected Lt. Commander for the 1908 reunion in Leesburg. Member R. E. Lee Camp #1, UCV. Richmond. Commission merchant living at 1321 E. Cary St., Richmond in 1909. D. 8-17-1917. Bur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond.
3rd Lieutenant William Martin Capt. 5-3-63 in Warrenton Jct. fight. Sent 5-4-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Par. 5-19-63 at Old Capitol Prison. Inv. in 3-10-64 attack on a picket near Chew's house between Kabletown and Charles Town, W. Va. where he was initially capt. and later escaped; 5-9-64 attack on wagon train at Belle Plain near Fredericksburg; and 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. WIA 7-6-64 fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie. Inv. in 7-18-64 skirmish near Snickers's Gap. Prom. 7-28-64 to 2nd. Lt. Co. E. Inv. in 8-13-64 Berryville wagon raid, and 8-15-64 skirmish near Charles Town, W. Va. Accidentally killed 8-20-64 by a fellow Ranger while riding down a road on return to Fauquier Co. from attempted capt. of Gen. Sheridan at the camp of the 19 NY Cav. Bur. Upperville. Res. King and Queen Co.
3rd Lieutenant Channing Meade Smith Enl. 4-25-61 in Co. H, 4th Va. Cav. Horse WIA 10-4-61 at Pohick Church. Shown as clerk on Nov. -Dec. 1861 muster roll. Along with Cpt. Frank Stringfellow and Richard Lewis, attempted about 6-10-63 to capt. Gen. Crawford who was headquartered at Lewis's mother's house near New Baltimore. Detached as scout July 1863 to April 1864. Mosby wrote to Sec. Seddon on 9-25-64 requesting Smith's trans. to the 43rd Va. Cav. and prom. to 2nd. Lt. Enl. 11-12-64 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Trans. and prom. to 3rd Lt. Approved by R. E. Lee 126-64 and the War Dept. 2-7-65. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Inv. in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton. Age 22. B. 5-22-1842, son of Dr. Smith of Upperville. M. 1866 to Lucy Davenport Blackwell. Clerk of the Marshall School Board. Lived at "Montara" between Delaplane and Markham. Authored numerous articles and obituaries on men of the 43rd Va. Cav. Member of the Mosby Camp No. 110, UCV of Delaplane. Attended the 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, the 1925 reunion in Front Royal and the 1927 reunion in Culpeper. D. 11-8-1932. Bur. Emmanuel Episcopal Church Cem., Delaplane.
1st Sergeant Boyd M. Smith Enl. 1-23-63 in Co. H, 4th Va. Cav. Detached to Gen. Stuart for most of 1863. WIA 1-10-64 in raid on Loudoun Heights. Inv. in 5-9-64 scout to near Newtown and attack on a wagon train near Winchester. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Inv. in 10-25-64 attack on a wagon train capturing Gen. A, N. Duffie on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va. Prom. to 1st Sgt. (date unknown). Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Removed to the Northern Neck for the winter of 1864-5. Formally trans. 1-19-65 to the 43rd Va. Cav. B. 1844 in Alexandria. Lived in Louisa Co. in 1895. Mining engr. living in Washington, D. C. in 1909. Attended the 1918 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Front Royal. D. Dec. 1921 in Charlottesville.
2nd Sergeant Thomas Benton Shipley Enl. 7-28-64 as 2nd Sgt. for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July -Aug. 1864 muster roll Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on 12-25-64 muster roll. WIA 3-21-65 in fight at Hamilton. Par. 5-9-65 at Winchester. Age 27, 6'- 0", light complexion, dark hair, black eyes. Res. Halifax Co. May have lived in Anne Arundel Co., Md. before the war.
3rd Sergeant Edgar Davis Enl. 7-28-64 for the war as 3rd Sgt. by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Inv. in 10-14-64 "Greenback Raid" on the B&O RR near Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va. MWIA 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Brother of Ranger William H. Davis.
4th Sergeant, Thomas Booker Enl. 4-21-61. Age 17. Served in the Richmond Howitzers before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 21, fair complexion, black hair, grey eyes. Res. Richmond. B. 4-10-1844 Admitted 12-30-1898 to the R. E. Lee Camp Soldier's Home, Richmond. Awarded Southern Cross of Honor on 1-20-1905. D, 9-18-1912. Sur. Hollywood Cem, Richmond.
1st Corporal George L. Revercomb Enl. 1861 in Co. C, 4th Va. Cav. Honorably disch. due to wounds. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). Served in the Mexican War.
2nd Corporal William H. Davis Inv. in 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. WIA 7-6-64 in fight at Mt. Zion Church near aldie, Had horse shot in 10-29-64 fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Present on 12-25-64 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 25, light complexion, brown hair, black eyes. Res. Fairfax C. H. Brother of Ranger Edgar Davis.
3rd Corporal Henry R. Moore Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby in Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Age 43, 5'- 10", light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Lived in Hillsboro in 1895, D. 4-4-1899. Age 77 years. Bur. Hillsboro Cem., Hillsboro.
4th Corporal Daniel Murray Mason Enl. 7-1-61 in the Fauquier Art. at Markham. Age 17. Prom. to 1st Sgt. Capt. 4-19-63 at Suffolk. Par. 4-21-63 at Fortress Monroe. Trans. 9-7-64 to the 43rd Va. Cav. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 22, 5'- 9", dark complexion, dark hair, black eyes. May have lived in Md. prior to the war. Grandson of George Mason of "Gunston."
James, J. Wright QM. Enl. 7-28-64 in Co. E by Lt. John S. Mosby at Upperville. Prom. 9-27-64 to QM. Inv. in 10-29-64 fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Inv. in 2-18-64 fight at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke Co. Capt. 3-28-65 at Downey's still house near Taylorstown. Sent 4-8-65 to Ft. McHenry. Took oath 6-10-65 at Ft. McHenry.

Armstmg, J. Pvt., (post-war roster).
Armstrong, Samuel Ringgold Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. B. 12-10-1847 in Woodville, Rappahannock Co. Attended the 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg and the 1920 reunion in Culpeper. Lived in Woodville in 1897. D. 6-3-1923. Bur. St. Paul's Church Cem, Woodville.
Ashby, John R. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 6-7-65 at Summit Point, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Age 19, 5'- 9", dark complexion, black hair, black eyes. Res. Clarke Co.
Ball, Albin P. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 9", fair complexion, light hair, dark eyes. Res. Prince William Co. B. 6-1-1846. Lived at the Plains in 1895. D. 2-28-1910. Bur. Church of Our Savior Cem, Little Georgetown, Fauquier Co.
Bayne, Richard B. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 26, 5'- 7", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.
Bell, James William Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 22, 5'-11", fair complexion, black hair, blue eyes. Res. Prince William Co. B. 3-28-1844. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Lived in Haymarket in 1909. D. 4-18-1916. Bur. Gainesville United Math. Church Cem, Gainesville.
Bispham, Stacy Budd
Bolling, Samuel Mordecai "Sammy" Pvt., Co. E. Enl. 11-14-64 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Appears on 12-10-64. inspection roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'-6", fair complexion, black hair, black eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 12-29-1846 at "Centre Hill" in Petersburg, the son of Col. Robert B. Bolling and Sarah Melville Minge. Lived in Bedford City In 1909. Farmer. D. 7-31-1927 in Bedford City. Sur. Greenwood Cem, Bedford. Brother of Rangers Bartlett H. Bolling and John Mingle Bolling.
Bolling, William A. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July-Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 40, 5'- 9", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co.
Brady, Adam R. Policeman at Brentwood, Washington, D. C. in 1909. B: 2-14-1844. D. 12-14-1921.
Bridge, James E. Capt. 12-25-63 in Loudoun Co. Par. 4-25-65. Lived near Landmark, Fauquier Co. after the war. Applied 2-12-1900 for the Southern Cross of Honor.
Brown, L. B. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 8-29-1845. D. 11-11-1908, Bur. Blue Grove Cem, Clay Co., Tx.
Brown, Robert T. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. May have lived in Md. prior to the war.
Brown, Wesley D. (post-war roster). Pre-war res. Md.
Buckley, J. D. Attended 1910 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Herndon. Res. Washington, D. C.
Burgess, M. T. Attended 1920 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Culpeper.
Burgess, Moses
Burke, John C. Present on 12-25-64 muster roll Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 17, 5'- 8", light complexion, light hair, black eyes. Res. Fairfax Co. Pre-war res. Md. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall and 1897 reunion in Baltimore, Md. Lived in Washington, D. C. in 1909.
Butler, J. F. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. B. 1842. D. 4-4-1921. Bur. Hollywood Cem, Richmond.
Butler, Otho L. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Moved to the Northern Neck for the winter of 1864-5 and boarded at "Bladensfield" in Richmond Co. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'-6", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Richmond.
Butler, Samuel Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Pre-war res. Baltimore, Md.
Carey, Alexander G. Removed to the Northern Neck for the winter of 1864-5. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 22, 5'- 6", dark complexion, dark hair, brown eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Pre-war res. Baltimore, Md. Lived at 2127 Maryland Ave., Baltimore, Md. in 1909. Brother of Ranger James Carey.
Carey, James Jailed in Baltimore, Md. for resisting Butlers troops passing through that city. Inv. in 1st Manassas campaign as a Lt. in the Signal Corps. Cpt. and ADC to Gen. Hood. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). Removed to the Northern Neck for the winter of 1864-5. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 32, 5'- 9", dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes. Res. Loudoun Co. B. 10-2-1832 in Baltimore, Md. M. 1869 Martha Ward of "Bladensfield" in Richmond Co. who he met while in the Northern Neck. Had two children. Banker post-war. D. 1877 in Baltimore, Md.
Carpenter, T. A. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. KIA 11-24-64 after being capt. by the 14th Pa. Cav. in a raid at Perkin's Mill south of Winchester. Bur. Stonewall Cem, Winchester. Res. Madison Co.
Cary, Alexander Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-25-65 at Winchester. Age 27, 5'-11", fair complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Res. Bedford Co. B. 11-23-1837. D. 4-7-1911. Bur. Methodist Church Cem, Flint Hill.
Cilvin, J. B. post-war roster
Coleman, Cleveland (Clarence) Class of 1867 VMI Cadet. Enl. 7-28-64 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Inv. in 11-27-64 fight near Goresville, Loudoun Co. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roil. Par. 4-26-65 at Ashland. Res. Caroline Co. Also went by the name Clarence Coleman.
Coleman, W. A. Lived in Harrisonburg in 1909.
Colvin, J. B. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 6'- 0", fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.
Conrad, Charles E.
Coons, Frank A. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July -Aug. 1864 muster roll. Capt. 10-31-64 in Salem. Sent 10-31-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft, Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5' -8 1/4". dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Post-war res. Oak Shade, Culpeper Co. Lived in Culpeper in 1909.
Coons, John William Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 10-25-1846. Unmarried. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Res. Culpeper. D. 5-4-1846. Bur. Masonic Cem, Culpeper. Never m.
Coons, W. C. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll.
Copenhaver, George W. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'- 9", dark complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Millwood. B. 6-19-1846. D. 12-26-1923. Bur. Green Hill Cem, Berryville.
Cox, J. E. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll.
Cropper, T. A. post-war roster
Davis, Americus Capt. 10-13-64 in Fauquier Co. Sent 12-6-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 5-31-65 at Ft. Warren. Post-war res. Alexandria. Lived in Washington, D. C. in 1895.
Davis, Littleton Morgan Enl. 1861 in the Alexandria Art. At Flint Hill with hernia in Sept. 1861. Admitted 9-4-61 to Charlottesville General Hosp. with rheumatism. Disch. Sept. 1861. Enl. 5-17-62 in Co. H, 6th Va. Cav. Occ. carpenter. Disch. 7-14-62 for defness and rupture. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 10-14-64 in Fauquier Co. Sent 11-8-64 to Alexandria. Sent 11-18-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 5-31-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 10", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. B. 4-12-1841 in Alexandria. Post-war res. Orlean. Joined Lee Camp UCV at Alexandria in Nov. 1887. Carpenter, living in Alexandria in 1909. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall. D. 6-13-1917. Bur. Bethel Cem, Alexandria.
Deatherage, Robert Enl. 10-1-62 in Co. B 6th Va. Cav. Age 30. Appears on Sept.- Oct. 1862 muster roll as "absent on detached service with Gen. Trimble since 10-6-62." Appears on 5-2-64 clothing receipt roll. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Appears on 4th qtr.. 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on 12-25-64 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 33, 5'- 11" dark complexion, dark hair blue eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co. Reportedly d. prior to May 1907.
Dennis, C. H. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July- Aug. 1864 muster roll. Possibly lived in Md. prior to the war.
Dennis, William F. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 20, 5'-6", fair complexion, dark hair. hazel eyes. Res. Alexandria. Possibly lived in Md. prior to the war.
Detherage, R.
Dickson, John T. Enl. 7-31-63 for the war by Capt. Samuel T. Bayly in Richmond. Age 23 years, one month; 5'- 5", dark complexion, black hair, brown eyes. Occ. clerk. Mustered in Co. B on 10-1-63 at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Horse KIA 8-13-64 in Berryville Wagon Train Raid. Filed a claim for the horse on 1-31-64 receiving $2300 on 3-4-65 in Richmond. Inv. in 8-29-64 attack on a picket at Falls Church. Trans. to Co. E. Along with Boyd Smith, capt. Gen. A. N. Duffie on 10-25-64 on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va. Boarded at the house of Mr, George Short in Fauquier Co. Par, 4-22-65 at Winchester, Age 25, 5'- 5", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Norfolk. B. 6-12-1840 in Norfolk. Employed as a clerk after the War. Lived in New York City in 1895, D. 12-29-1903, Bur. Mt. Hope Cem., Westchester Co., N. Y.
Downing, William Henry Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 17, 5'- 8", light complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 7-19-1847. D. 7-28-1879. Bur. Marshall Cem., Marshall.
Easley, Wiley W. Drew a pension from Sebastion Co. Ark. Lived in Ft. Smith, Ark. in 1909. D. 2-2-1915.
Edwards, William H. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 6", dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg Res. Berkeley Co., W. Va.
Faulkner, James Frederick Enl. 4-19-61 in the 5th Va. Inf. at Winchester. Mustered in 7-29-61 at Manassas. Prom. to Sgt., Co. A. Detailed 11-14-62 by Gen. Jackson to make shoes for the ladies attending the hosp. at Winchester. Shown on muster rolls as "deserted at Winchester on 11-21-62," Capt. 2-1-63 at Winchester. Sent to Camp Chase. Par. and exch. 5-23-63. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. upon release from prison. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Inv. in 10-12-64 attack on an ambulance on the Valley Pike north of Newtown. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 26, 5'- 9", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Winchester. B. 2-5-1839 in Winchester. Shoemaker before the war. Engaged in the mercantile business in Winchester with his father after the war. D. 8-7-1897. Bur. Mt. Hebron Cem., Winchester. Brother of Ranger Walter Wailes Faulkner.
Faulkner, Watlee Wilson Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. about 7-1-64. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July -Aug. 1864 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Capt. 3-20-65 at Hillsboro. Sent 3-28-65 to Ft. McHenry. Took oath 6-9-65 under the name J. H. Faulkner, Co. B, 6th Va. Cav. but signed oath as Walter Faulkner. 5'- 8" tall. B. 10-19-1846 In Winchester. May have lived in Md. before the war. Engaged in business with his father in Winchester after the war. Served as Cpt. on staff of Col. William L. Bumgartner of the State Militia. Moved to Fl. 1884 engaging in the lumber business. Moved to Baltimore, Md. in 1887 to engage in the lumber business. Had one child. M. (2) 11-8-1893 to Anna M. Baker Willey in Baltimore, Md. Engaged in the retail grocery business in Newport News in 1894. Member of the Masonic Order. Member J. S. Mosby Camp #821, UCV, Baltimore, Md. D. 8-4-1912, Newport News. Brother of Ranger James Frederick Faulkner.
Flinn, Robert R. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll.
Flippo, A. C. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-26-65 at Ashland. Res. Caroline Co.
Floweree, Samuel Chilton Enl. 1863 for two years (served). Enl. 7-28-64 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr. 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'- 11", fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall. Lived in Marshall in 1895. Appears on 1898 roster of Confederate soldiers, Scott Dist., Fauquier Co. Age 53. Bur. Marshall Cem., Marshall (no marker exists).
Flynn, John F. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4.-21-65 at Winchester. Age 24, 6'- 0", fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Fauquier Co.
Flynn, William Lived in Swamp, Fauquier Co. in 1895.
Foreman, P. G. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July -Aug. 1864 muster roll. Pre-war res. Md.
Forrest, James J. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roil. Par. at Edward's Ferry. Md. Pre-war res. Md.
Forrer, E. F. Present on 12-25-64 muster roll. Par. at Edward's Ferry, Md.
Gates, L. Morgan Attended 1910 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Herndon. Res. Alexandria.
Gentry, Isaac Austin "Ike" Pvt., Co. E. Admitted 11-25-64 to Chimborazo Hosp. #5 with scabies. Trans. 11-26-64 to private quarters. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 17, 5'- 8", fair complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Res- Richmond. B. 1847. Bur. 4-17-1893 in Hollywood Cem., Richmond.
Gibson, John Thomas Enl. in Co. C. Trans. to Co. E. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 17, 5'- 2", fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Charles Town, W. Va. Lived in Manassas in 1909. B. 6-4-1848. D. 5-3-- in Manassas. Bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W. Va.
Gibson, S. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll.
Gray, William H. post-war rosters
Gregg, Henry W. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 9 1/2", fair complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Res. Middleburg.
Hackley, Thomas B. Par. 5-18-65 at Winchester. Age 20, 5'- 7", florid complexion, dark hair, grey eyes Res. Rappahannock Co. B. 10-20-1845. D. 11-26-1925. Bur. Methodist, Church Cem., Amissville, Rappahannock Co.
Haislip, A. WIA 1864 (post-war roster).
Hall, J. P. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll.
Hall, S. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll.
Hazlett, M. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll.
Heflin, H. W. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Appears on 4th qtr. 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par, 4-24-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 6" fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes.
Holmes, John W. Enl. May 1861 in Co. D, 8th Va. Inf.. at Aldie by W. N. Berkeley. Declared deserter May 1863. WIA and capt. 5-3-63 while with Mosby's command in fight at Warrenton Jct. Admitted to Mansion House USA Hosp., Alexandria with gunshot wounds. Sent 5-27-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Par. at Old Capitol Prison (date unknown). Capt. 1864. Sent to PI. Lookout. D. 7-11-64 at Pt. Lookout. B. Circa. 1841 in North Fork, Loudoun Co. Bur, North Fork.
Horsley, John D. Enl. Spring 1861 in Co. H, 49th Va. Inf. Disch. Dec. 1862 after the battle of Fredericksburg. Interact VMI 2-23-1863 as a Pvt. in Co. D. Inv. in 5-15-64 Battle of New Market. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. in the Fall 1864. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Moved to the Northern Nock during the winter of 1865. Had horse shot in 3-12-65 fight near Kinsale. B. 2-21-1845 at "Rural Retreat" near Lovingston, son of John Horsley and Mary Mildred Cabell. Engaged in the cattle, apple and farming business after the war. M. 10-14-1868 to Rose Shelton. Had three sons. Commissioner of Revenue and land assessor. Member Va. House of Delegates. Lived in Ovingston in 1909. D. 7-6-1922 at "Mountain Retreat" in Nelson Co., Va.
Howison, H. Lee Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Capt. 11-30-64 near Lovettsville. Sent 12-1-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. to Elmira N. Y. Par. at Elmira N. Y. B. 10-13-1847 in Fredericksburg. Studied medicine and became a physcian. Lived in Red River Co., Tx. after the war. D. 2-28-1906 at home in Bogota, Lamar Co., Tx.
Hunt, Lewis Benjamin Served with the 35th Va. Cav. Inv. in the Gettysburg campaign. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt, 9-28-64 at Dranesville. Sent 9-30-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 10 1/2", light complexion, light hair, hazel eyes. Res. Vienna. B. 3-2-1848 in Fairfax Co. M. 1873 to Eliza H. Thompson. Filed for a pension in Fairfax Co. D. 9-30-1927 in Vienna.
Hutcherson, Thomas William Enl. 1862 in the 4th Va. Cav. Served under his uncle Col. Morgan Stother. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav.
Inloes, A. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll.
Jarman, Robert A. Enl. 2-1-64 for the war by William H. Chapman in Fauquier Co. Present on Feb. 1864 muster roll. KIA 9-4-64 in fight at Gold's Farm near Berryville while attempting to open a gate to allow Lt. Ban Palmer's men to enter a field.
Jones, F. J. (post-war roster). Possibly lived in Md. prior to the war.
Jones, L. T. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll.
Jones, Thomas Thorton Enl. 5-18-62 in Co. A, 9th Va. Cav. Age 16. Disch. 5-18-62 due to under age. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Appears on 4th qtr.. 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 5-11-1846 in Stafford Co. Appears on 1898 roster of Confederate soldiers, Dist. $4, Fauquier Co. Age 52. Lived in Fauquier Co. in 1909. D. 12-4-1924 of pneumonia. Bur. Morrisville Math. Church Cem., Morrisville.
Kendell, John Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll.
Kirkpatrick, Enoch J. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Present on 12-25-64 muster roll. Par. 4-25-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'-7", dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Salem. B. 4-10-1846, the son of Francis and Artenesia Kirkpatrick. Sur. Warrenton Cem., Warrenton. Brother of Ranger Marcellus Kirpatrick.
Latham, F. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll.
Latham, Thomas R. Appears on 4th qtr. 1864 clothing receipt roll. Pre-war res. Baltimore, Md. Member J. S. Mosby Camp #821, UCV, Baltimore, Md.
Lawrence, John Mason Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Inv. in 8-20-64 attack on the "House Burners" at Col. Benjamin Morgan's in Clarke Co. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'- 8", fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Amissville, Rappahannock Co. B. 1-3-1845. M. 1872 to Sarah Catherine Priest, sister of Ranger George Harvey Priest. Had eight children. Farmer and stockman operating three farms in Rappahannock and Culpeper Co's. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, 1920 reunion in Culpeper and 1925 reunion in Front Royal. Lived in the 1930's in Waterloo, Fauquier Co. D. 10-17-1939. Bur. Methodist Church Cem., Amissville, Rappahannock Co.

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