43rd Cavalry Battalion

Belonging to unknown companies
Part #1

Adams, John M. Co. unknown. Capt. 4-3-63 at home in Aldie, Inv. in 3-21-65 Hamilton fight.
Acres, David
Arnett, John
Arundell, John T. Pvt., Co. unknown. Listed an Fairfax Cem. Confederate Memorial as a member of "Mosby's Cav, "KIA in Fairfax Co. Possibly John T. Arundell who Enl. 7-17-61 in Co. A, 4th Va. Cav. at Davis House (near Petersburg in Dinwiddie Co.) and was killed 2-18-64 by a black prisoner at Dumfries.
Ashby, Nimrod T.
Ashby, William Wirt Pvt., Co. unknown. Enl. 6-3-61 as a Pvt. in Co. A, 17th Va. Inf. at Camp Pickens. AWOL on July 1862 to June 1863 muster rolls. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). Inv. in 4-28-64 attack on cav. camp near Martinsburg, W. Va.; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. and 7-25-64 (Approx.) raid on camp at Martinsburg, W. Va. Accused in 10-22-64 report of Gen. Stevenson to Gen. Hardie of killing Capt. Evan M. Buchanan after having capt. him. Trans. to the Secret Service. Res. of St. Louis and pilot on the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers in April 1865. B. 1832 in Fauquier Co. the son of George William and Hebe Carter Ashby. Res. of St. Louis, Mo. prior to the war. M. Made LaBarge. D. 1891. Related to Gen. Turner Ashby.
Ashton, Lawrence Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Mar. 1865 at the age of 15. B. 1850 in King George Co. Attended the U. Va. and Columbia Univ. after the war. Graduated 1878 with a degree in Medicine from New York City Univ. Est. a practice in NY, moving to Falmouth, Stafford Co. and Fredericksburg after two years. Moved to Dallas, Tx. in 1890. Served twice as VP of the AMA.
Atwell, Richard M. Enl. 7-24-61 in Co. A, 6th Va. Cav. Appears on Nov. 1862 muster roll as "absent scouting by order of Gen. W. E. Jones." Detailed 12-12-63 to scout with Lt. Frank Stringfellow. Inv. with Stringfellow and the 43rd Va. Cav. in 1-10-64 fight at Loudoun Heights. WIA at Snickersville, Loudoun Co. (date unknown). Appears on 3-27-65 muster roll as "absent as scout with Gen. Lomax. "Par, June 1865 at White Post, Clarke Co. B. 1838 in Belmont Co., Ch. Lived in Buck Lodge, Montgomery Co. Md. Raised in Loudoun Co. School teacher in Loudoun Co. at the outbreak of the war. M. 1869 to Carrie V. Young of Middletown, Md. Engaged in farming in Loudoun Co. after the war. Moved to Washington, D. C., in 1878 where he became a broker in the real estate business. Member of the Washington Camp UCV. D. 4-29-1902. But. Middletown Cem, Middletown, Md.
Aylor, Thomas F.
Baker, B. F.
Baker, O. L.
Barber, William T.
Barnes, -- Inv. in 5-6-63 fight at Blakeley's Grove near Upperville. Res. Md.
Barnwell, Woodward
Barrett, Phillip
Beaty, Thomas K. Pvt. Enl. 3-8-62 in Co. A, 1st Va. Cav. by Cpt. Drake at Newtown, Essex Co. Present on Mar. - Dec. 1862 muster rolls. Shown on Jan. - Feb. 1863 muster roll as "detailed to Cpt. Mosby." Capt. 1-27-63 with Fountain Beattie and Edward H. Walter in skirmish at Middleburg. Sent 1-30-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Par. Feb. 1863 at Old Capitol Prison. Present on Mar. Dec. 1863 muster rolls. Shown on Jan. - Feb. 1864 muster roll as "detailed to teamsters at brigade headquarters." Present on May -Aug. 1864 muster rolls. Par. 4-19-65 at Winchester. Age 24, 5'-7", dark complexion, black hair, black eyes. Res. Middletown. 1870 res. Front Royal. D. 12-30-1916. Bur. Reliance Methodist Church Cem, Warren Co.
Beauchmap, W. G. Pvt., Co. unknown. Enl. 7-8-61 in the 13th Ga. Inf. in Griffin, Ga. for the war. Teamster. Disch. 8-3-64 at Martinsburg, W. Va. with note "supposed to have joined Mosby's command."
Beckham, George C.
Benedict, Lewis
Benjamin, Franklin
Berkeley, Edmund
Bickham, William
Birtham, S.
Black, William A. Enl. 6-26-61 for one year in Co. A, 2nd S. C. Cav. by Cpt. Boykin at Richland, S. C. One of about 20 men from the 2nd S. C. Cav., known as the "Iron Scouts," detailed in April 1863 to Northern Va. for scouting and procurement of horses. Inv. in Mosby's 5-3-63 raid on Warrenton Jct. Capt. 7-17-63 at Martinsburg, W. Va. Sent to prison and confined until the end of the war.
Blackwell, Moore Carter Pvt., Co. unknown (post-war roster). B. 1833 near Bethel, Fauquier Co., son of James Blackwell and Elizabeth Carter. M. 11-19-1854 to Sarah Foote. Had eight children. D. 11-6-1917 in Warrenton. Bur. Warrenton Cem, Warrenton. Brother of Ranger Joseph Hancock Blackwell.
Blanchard, Harris Chamberlin Pvt., Art. Co. Par. 5-6-65 at Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Res. 30 Sharp St., Baltimore, Md. Entered the Md. Line Confederate Soldier's Home, Pikeville, Md.. 11.8-1904, Age 61. Occ. architect.
Bolton, H.  Pvt. Co. unknown. Identified by Lt. Channing Smith as a member of the 43rd. Va. Cav.
Bowie, Walter
Bowlin, D. R.
Boyle, -
Bradley, John Anderson Enl. 6-26-61 for the war in Co. A, 2nd S. C. Cav. (the Boykin Rangers) by Cpt. Boykin. Detailed Jan.-June 1863 to scouting between the Rappahannock R. and Alexandria. One of about 20 men from the 2nd S. C. Cav. known as the "Iron Scouts" detailed in April 1863 to Northern Va. for scouting and procurement of horses. Inv. in Mosby's 5-3-63 fight at Warrenton Jct. Listed on May - Aug. 1863 2nd S. C. Cav. muster rolls as "on furlough to procure a horse." Shown on Sept. 1863 2nd S. C. muster roll as returned to the unit. Placed on duty protecting railroad and coastal facilities until surrender of the army. B. 1842 in Chester, S. C. Educated at the military academies of Columbia and Chester leaving the Citadel in June 1861 to join the Confederate army. Studied law after the war. Admitted to the bar in 1867. Moved to Charlotte, N. C. in 1872 and later to Atlanta, Ga. Moved to DeLand, Fl. in 1885. Justice of the Pease in DeLand, Fl. in 1893.
Branch, John P.
Brashear, Thomas Pitts Pvt., Co. unknown (post-war rosters). Served in Co. D, 1st Md. Cav. and the 7th Va. Cav. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Lived in Frederick, Md.
Braun, Abram
Brawner, William Gardner Delegate, succeeding Epps Hutton, to the Va. Sessession Convention representing Prince William Co. Organized a company of cav. in Prince William Co. in May 1862 under the Partisan Ranger Law which was mustered in on 9-29-62 as Co. H, 15th Va. Cav. Served as Cpt. of this Co. known as the "Prince William Rangers." KIA. 6-11-63 in raid at Seneca Mills, Md. He along with his command had joined Mosby on this raid.
Brent, William A. "Willie" Enl, 4-24-61 in Co. H, 6th Va. Cav. as Cpl. Appears on 11-12-61 muster roll as "Sgt." Present on muster rolls to 2-11-62. Furl. to 3-15-62. Enl, 5-15-62 in Co. A, 7th Va. Cav. by Capt. Fletcher at New Market. WIA 6-3-62 at Buckton Station. WIA (twice) and capt. 8-2-62 near Orange C. H. Appears on a 8-9-62 prisoner of war list for Fortress Monroe. Par. and exch. 9-1-62. One of 12 men on furl. from the 7th Va. Cav. led by James William (Willie) Foster who joined Mosby's command to recruit horses and was involved in the 3-24-63 fight at Chantilly. WIA Oct. 1896 near Catlett's Sta. while on a scouting expedition. Appears on 7th Va. Cav. 12-31-63 and 3-31-64 muster roils as "absent, wounded, returned to Co. on 4-26-64. "WIA 5-5-64 in the Wilderness campaign. Par. 5-17-65 at Winchester. Age 23, 6'-11", black hair, hazel eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 4-3-1842. Post-war businessman in Baltimore, Md. Unmarried. D. 10-4-1904 in Baltimore, Md. Bur. Sharon Cem, Middleburg. Son of Fayette and Juliette Brent. Brother of Ranger James R. Brent.
Brickhouse, C. F. post-war roster
Brock, Jacob H.
Brocke, William T.
Broun, Thomas R.
Brown, T. S.
Brumback, E. S.
Buchanan, C.
Buchanan, John Charles Enl. 7-2-61 for one year in Co. B, 1st Va. Cav. by J. B. Hoge at Martinsburg W. Va. Appears on 1-27-62 muster roll as "absent on reenlistment furlough." One of 15 men from the 1st Va. Cav. detailed to Mosby about 1-18-63. Inv. in 1-26-63 attack on a Picket at Chantilly Church. Capt. 2-6-63 near Aldie with five other Mosby men at a party attended in disobeyance to Mosby's Orders. Sent 2-9-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Exch. 3-29-63. Appears on 1st Va. Cav. muster roles for Mar, April 1863 as "absent on detached service with Mosby in Loudoun Co." Shown on May - June 1863 muster roll as "absent with Maj. Mosby in Loudoun Co." WIA 5-6-63 in Mosby's fight at Blakeley's Grove near Upperville. Convalesced at "Oakley", home of Henry Dulany near Upperville. Present on 1st Va. Cav. muster role for July - Oct. 1863. Capt. 11-15-63 near Newtown, Frederick Co., while on horse detail. Sent 11-29-63 to Camp Chase. Age 22, 5'- 11" florid complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Martinsburg, W. Va. Occ. farmer. Exch. Dec. 1863. Appears on 12-31-63 1st Va. muster roll as "Present with Mosby". Capt. 5-4-64 near Strasburg. Sent 5-10-64 to Athenieum Prison, Wheeling W. Va. Trans. to Camp Chase. Trans. 2-25-65 to City Point for exch. B. July 1841 in Berkeley Co.
Budd, Joseph
Burgess, James Pvt., Co. unknown. Inv. in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton.
Burke, Edward A. Pvt., Co. unknown. Capt. 1-3-65 in Loudoun Co. Federal record shows "deserted the Rebel army". Sent 1-12-65 to Old Capitol Prison. Took oath 1-18-65 and released to proceed to Berlin, Md.
Burles, John
Butler, D.
Calhoun, J. A. Enl. 7-1-62 for one year in the 2nd S. C. Cav. (most likely a 1st or 2nd re-enlistment). One of about 20 men from the 2nd S. C. Cav. known as the "Iron Scouts" detailed in April 1863 to Northern Va. for scouting and procurement of horses. Inv. in Mosby's 5-3-63 raid on Warrenton Jct.
Callaghan, John T. Pvt., Co. unknown. WIA 8-9-62 in the Battle of Cedar Mtn. Served in the Gettysburg Campaign. Capt. and held prisoner for several months after which time he joined the 43rd Va. Cav. B. 4-13-1842 in Washington, D. C. Lived in Tx. after the war then returned to Washington, D. C. where he was employed in the Govt. Printing Office and the Post Office. Attended 1897 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Baltimore, Md., the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg and the 1910 reunion in Herndon. D. Washington, D. C. Bur. Arlington Nat. Cem, Arlington.
Campbell, Joel
Campbell, Leigh Pvt., Co. unknown. Inv. in 12-17-64 fight between Millwood and Berry's Ferry in Clarke Co.
Carey, H. E.
Carter, Elias Pvt., Co. unknown. Capt. 6-19-63 near Aldie. Sent 7-4-63 to Ft. McHenry. Trans. 7-6-63 to Ft. Delaware. D. 9-7-63 at Ft. Delaware.
Carter, Henry Furlong Pvt., Co. unknown. Enl. 4-27-61 in Co. H, 1st Va. Cav. at Union. Inv. with Mosby's command in 3-2-63 fight at Aldie. Gave Mosby his horse when the latter was thrown from his. Appears as Present on 1st Va. Cav. muster rolls through April 1864. AWOL May - Aug. 1864. Par. 4-23-65 at Harpers Ferry, Md. Age 28, 5'- 9", fair complexion, blonde hair, blue eyes. B. 1836 the son of Ann E. Carter. 1860 res. near Middleburg. Post-war res. "Dela Carlia," between Rectortown and Rector's X-roads, Fauquier Co.
Carter, Loughborough "Nick" Pvt., Co. unknown. Inv. in 6-28-63 raid on 1/2", Mercersburg, Pa. and 1-10-64 raid on Loudoun Heights. Frequently went on independent scouts with Rangers Charles T. McDonough and Charles Landon Hall. Mosby did not sanction these scouts and in later years, denied that either Carter or McDonough were in his command. Ranger John Munson, after the war, labeled both Carter and McDonough as "brevet outlaws." Last heard from in 3-31-66 correspondence from Cordova, Mexico. May have changed his name and settled in Tx. Son of John Hill Carter and decendent of Robert "King" Carter. Lived at "Falkland Farm" north of Buckland, Prince William. Co.
Carter, Thomas A.
Carter, -- Capt. 9-23-64 in attack on the Reserve Brigade of Merritt's Cav. Div. near Chester Gap. Executed (hung) the same day on the outskirts of Front Royal near Guard Hill. Bur. "Soldier's Circle", Prospect Hill Cem, Front Royal. The name "Carter" was given to this soldier either by mistaken identity, family association or actual fact as his true identity is not known.
Caruth, James K.
Carver, Joseph M.
Chamberlain, H. H.
Chamblin, J. M.
Chamblin, Thomas
Chandler, Hugh
Chandler, P. K. Pvt., Co. unknown. Par. 5-5-65 at Westmoreland C. H.
Chapman, - Deserted 2nd Mass. Cav. Guided Mosby on a raid of the Federal camp at Vienna in Jan. 1864.
Chichester, William Dodridge Pvt., Co. unknown (post-war roster). B. 1837. 1860 Res. Auburn PO, Fauquier Co.
Chinn, Benton Pvt., Co. unknown. Enl. 9-29-62 in Co. H, 6th Va. Cav. Present on muster rolls through 3-22-65 except on July- Aug. 1863 roll where he was listed as "AWOL since 8-25-63." Found not guilty of AWOL by court-martial on 3-7-64. Reported by Richmond 2-28-65 as a deserter. Inv. in scouts with the 43rd Va. Cav. Par. 4-25-65 at Winchester as a member of the 6th Va. Cav. B. 7-1-1844 in Fauquier Co., the son of Hugh and Emily Chinn, 1860 res. near The Plains. Post-war occ. bookkeeper. M. 1877 to Elizabeth McKay. Lived in Alexandria in 1916. D. 4-16-1926. Bur. Ivy Hill Cem, Alexandria.
Chinn, John Plaster Pvt., Co. unknown. Served in 8th Va. Inf. (dates unknown). Enl. 10-1-62 in Co. H, 1st Va. Cav. Appears as present on muster rolls until AWOL 6-6-63, then present thru. Aug. 1864. Served with the 43rd Va. Cav. (dates unknown). Par. 4-24-65 as a member of the 1st Va. Cav. Age 23, 5'- 10", fair complexion, dark hair, grey eyes, Res. Loudoun Co. B. 1843, the son of Elijah and Tamar(-) Chinn. 1860 res. near Middleburg. M. 3-2-1902 to Sarah Virginia - 1910 res. Mercer Dist., Loudoun Co. Occ. farmer. Rec'd a pension at Airmont, Loudoun Co. in 1922. Applied for a pension in Fairfax Co. in 1924. D. 2-13-1936 in Vienna. Bur. Flint Hill Cem, Oakton, Fairfax Co.
Church, J.
Cline, Henry C. Enl. 1861 in Walter Bowen's Co., Col. McDonald's Cav. Inv. in 1861 W. Va. campaign, May 1862 Battle of McDowell and Jackson's Valley campaign. Inv. in battles at Strasburg, Fisher's Hill, Woodstock, Cross Keys and Port Republic. Inv. in 2nd Manassas campaign, Gettysburg campaign, and beiges at Brandy Station, Cold Harbor and Cedar Creek. Inv. in the Richmond and Appomattox campaigns. Inv. in Mosby's 9-23-64 attack on the Reserve Brigade of Merritt's Cav. Div. near Chester Gap. Par. at Winchester. Studied at the Front Royal Academy and Roanoke College after the war. Received a degree in medicine from Md. Med. College in 1876. Established practice in Front Royal. Member of the William Richardson Camp, UCV.
Cochran, Thomas Benton Pvt., Co. unknown. B. 3-20-1843, son of George L. and Sarah J. Cochran of Salem. Deputy postmaster in Salem in 1860. Post-war res. Marshall. D. 12-10-1870. Bur. Marshall Cem, Marshall.
Coffman, E. M.
Collett, James Capt. 5-23-63 at Manassas. Sent 5-27-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Par. 6-10-63 at Old Capitol Prison.
Connell, Elisha
Cook, William T.
Coons, Henry C. Pvt., Co. unknown. B. 3-16-1848. Attended 1925 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Front Royal where he was listed as living at Rixeyville. Attended 1927 reunion in Culpeper. D. 5-12-1928.
Copenhaver, John W.
Coppage, John Edward Pvt., Co. unknown. D. during war (post-war roster).
Cordell, George Edwards Pvt., Co. unknown. Served in the 43rd Va. Cav. Joined Co. B, 12th Va. Cav. Capt. 6-6-64 in Clarke Co. Sent 6-17-64 to Camp Chase. Took oath 6-11-65 at Camp Chase. 5'- 7", florid complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Charles Town, W. Va. Occ. farmer. B. 10-8-1838. D. 3-4-1876. Bur. Zion Episcopal Church Cem, Charles Town, W. Va.
Cornwell, John (Cornwall) Pvt., Co. unknown. Deserted to U. S. forces. Led U. S. cav. troops through Fauquier Co. on 2-17 and 2-18-64 in search of Mosby or any men from the 43rd Va. Cav.
Cowherd, A. C. Pvt., Co. unknown (post-war roster). Identified by Ranger Channing Smith as attending the 1925 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Front Royal. Res. Louisa.
Coyle, Joseph C. Enl. 8-6-61 as a Pvt. in Co. A, 12th Va. Cav. at Charles Town, W. Va. Capt. 9-9-62 at Poolesville, Md. Exch. 11-10-62. Present on 12-31-62 muster roll. Capt. 4-6-63 at Berryville. Sent 4-11-63 to Ft. McHenry. Par. 4-19-63 at Ft. McHenry. Appears as prom. to Cpl. and present on Sept. - Oct., 1863 muster roll. Shown as prom. to 3rd Sgt. and AWOL since 12-28-63 on Nov. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. KIA 3-27-64 near Bunker Hill, Jefferson Co., W. Va. while on a scout with the 43rd Va. Cav. to the Shenandoah Valley. Bur. Coyle Family Cem, Jefferson Co.. W. Va. B. 9-28-1841.
Crabill, Benjamin R. Pvt., Co. unknown. Served with the 43rd Va. Cav. before joining the 11th Va. Cav. B. 3-13-1846 at Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., son of George K. and Elizabeth Wymer Crabill. M. Frances Ebert. Had 9 children. Moved to Allen Co., In. in 1888. D. 7-22-1929 In Monroeville, In.
Crafton, George M. Enl. 10-8-61 for one year in Co. I, 2nd S.C. Cav. at Edgefield, S. C. Shown on May - June 1863 muster roll as "absent on detached service." One of about 20 men from the 2nd S. C. Cav., known as the "Iron Scouts", detailed April 1863 to Northern Va. for scouting and procurement of horses. Inv. with Mosby's command in 6-3-63 fight at Warrenton Jct.
Crauth, James K.
Crawford, James
Crawford, John T.
Crawford, Magnus Simms Pvt., Co. unknown. Enl. 11-9-61 in Co. I, 6th Va. Cav. Age 14. Capt. at Winchester. Par. June 1862. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). B. 1848 in Staunton. Farmer. D. 11-20-1895 at the R. E. Lee Camp Soldiers Home, Richmond. Age 47. Bur. Holywood Cem, Richmond.
Crawford, Robert
Crowsen, Samuel E.
Cruthers, P. I. Pvt., Co. unknown. Attend 1925 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Front Royal. Res. Columbia.
Daniel, John One of Capt. Frank Stringfellow's men, believed to be from the 9th Va. Cav. who joined in the 1-10-64 Loudoun Heights raid. Wrote an article after the war for an unknown newspaper about this fight entitled, "A Soldier."
Davis, - Pvt. KIA 4-1-63 in fight at Miskel's Farm where he was recognized by Mosby for "conspicuous gallantry." From Ky.
Davis, Addison Pvt., Co. unknown. Listed on Fairfax Cem. Memorial as a member of "Mosby's Cav." From Fairfax Co.
Davis, E. T. Pvt., Co. unknown. Listed on Fairfax Cem. Memorial as a member of "Mosby's Cav." From Fairfax Co.
Davis, John B. Pvt., Co. unknown. Listed on Fairfax Cem. Memorial as a member of "Mosby's Cav." Possibly died in prison. From Fairfax Co.
Davis, W. Daniel
Dawson, - Pvt. Co unknown. KIA (post-war roster).
Dawson, J. L. Pvt., Co. unknown. Attended 1925 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Front Royal. Res. Louisa Co.
Dear, Brock
Dear. T. W.
Dehaven, C. W.
Derosane, S. L.
Dewitt, William
Dickey, E. S. Pvt., Co. unknown. Served with the 33rd Va. Inf. before joining the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt. 9-23-63 near Madison C. H. Sent 9-24-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 9-26-63 to Pt. Lookout. Par. for exch. 3-29-64.
Dodd, George Z.
Downs, James A. Served with Co. H, 4th Va. Cav. Detached to the 43d Va. Cav. in June 1863. Inv. in 6-22-63 fight at Ewell's Chapel. Capt later that day in attack on a wagon train on the Little River Turnpike near Gum Springs, Loudoun Co. Sent 7-1-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. to Pt. Lookout (date unknown). D. 12-11-63 of accute diarrhea at Pt. Lookout. Bur. at Pt. Lookout. Res. near Centreville,
Douglas, S. P.
Drain, Albert Pvt., Co. unknown. Lived in Sterling in 1909.
Ducheane, Sam
Dulany, Daniel F.
Dulin, John Pvt-, Co. unknown. Inv. in fall 1864 fight with troops stationed at Salem.
Duly, Robert Pvt., Co. unknown. Capt. 6-12-63 at Middleburg. Age 19, 5'- 11" brown hair, light complexion, green eyes. Sent 6-15-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Par. 6-25-63 at Old Capitol Prison.
Dushane (Ducheane) Samuel P. "Captain" Enl. 4-25-61 for one year in Co. B, 1st Spec. Bn., La. Inf. (Wheats' Louisana Tigers) at New Orleans. Prom. 6-9-61 to 2nd Lt. Detached asacting QM. Appears on 3-27-62 roster of field officers of the 3rd Div. (Ewell's). Prom. to Capt. Joined Mosby's command after "Wheats" Bn. disbanded. Inv. in 4-19-63 scout to near Fairfax C. H. WIA & capt. in 5-3-63 fight at Warrenton Jct. Admitted 6-13-63 to Old Capitol Prison Hosp. with gunshot wound to left scapula. Ret. to duty 6-22-63. Trans. 9-9-63 to Ft. McHenry. Trans. 9-28-63 to Johnson's Is. Note dated 11-20-63 at Johnson's Island, "Wished to take oath of allegiance and join family near Wooster, Ch. He says he would have returned north long since had he had the opportunity to do so." Trans. to Old Capitol Prison and par. (date unknown). Arrested 12-18-63 in Washington, D. C. and sent to Old Capitol Prison. Admitted 4-22-64 to Hammond U. S. Gen, Hosp. Par. for exch. and sent to City Pt. 5-3-64. Served with the C. S. A. Signal Corps. Was a soldier of fortune before the war.
Dutretre, Arthur
Early, Wiley
Eastham, Woodford
Edmonds, Baenjamin Sydnor Enl. 7-24-61 in Co. A, 6th Va. Cav. Prom- Feb. 1862 to Cpl. Appears on Jan. - Feb. 1863 muster roll as "absent sick with broken arm since 2-1-63." Prom. to Sgt. Inv. with the 43rd Va. Cav. in 2-20-64 fight at Blakeley's Grove School House near Upperville; 3-10-64 attack on a picket at Chew's House between Kabletown and Charles Town, W. Va.; 12-26-64 scouting of Powell's troops while they were camped in Fauquier Co.; and 2-19-64 fight at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke Co. Present on all 6th Va. Cav. muster rolls thru 3-27-65 final roll. WIA 4-1-65 while with the 6th Va. Cav. in the battle of Five Forks. Par. 4-24-65 at Winchester. B. 1843, the son of Lewis Edwards Edmonds and Elizabeth Settle. Res. "Belle Grove" near Paris. Businessman and member of the state legislature in Mo. after the war. Brother of Rangers Clement West Edmonds and Edward Gilbert Edmonds.
Edmonds, Edward Gilbert "Bud" Enl. 9-20-62 in Co. A, 6th Va. Cav. Appears on Dec. 1862 return as "after horses in Fauquier." Appears on Jan. - Feb. 1863 muster roll as "absent sick since 2-21-63 and "sick since 8-2-63" on 8-31-63 muster roll. Inv. with the 43rd Va. Cav. in 2-20-64 fight at Blakeley's Grove School House near Upperville and 10-7-64 attack on the Manassas Gap RR. WIA 5-12-64 with the 6th Va. Cav. near Yellow Tavern. WIA (lost eye) and thereafter "wounded in Richmond Hosp. and Scottsville" thru 2-27-65 final roll. Par. 4-24-65 at Winchester as member of the 6th Va. Cav. B. 10-4-1821, son of Lewis Edwards Edmonds and Elizabeth Settle. M. cousin Adeline Edmonds. Lived in Warrenton during the war. Fauquier Co. Treasurer after the war. D. 12-23-1895. Bur. Warrenton Cem., Warrenton. Brother of Rangers Benjamin Sydnor Edmonds and Clement West Edmonds.
Edmonds, George Pvt., Co. unknown. Related to Rangers John Carter Edmonds and Joseph Hancock Blackwell.
Edwards, W. M. Pvt., Co. unknown. Par. 5-6-65 at Westmoreland C. H.
Erkins, John Regularly enrolled in Jone's Co., 35th Va. Cav. Inv. in Mosby's 6-22-63 fight at Ewell's Chapel. Capt. later that day in raid on a wagon train on the Little River Turnpike near Gum Springs, Loudoun Co. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 8-8-63 to PI. Lookout. Par. for exch. 3-14-65.
Evans, John
Farrar, John Pvt. Inv. in 4-1-63 Miskel's Farm fight.
Farrell, Charles
Ferguson, Champ
Ferris, Charles
Fisher, Jacob Enl. 4-20-62 for one year in Co. I, 1st Va., Cav. by T. L. Yancy at Harrisonburg. Shown as a substitute for John S. Minor on 5-17-62. Present on July 1862 - April 1863 muster rolls. Shown on May - June 1863 muster roll as "capt. while with Cpt. Mosby." Capt. 5-7-63 at Snickersville after fight at Blakeley's Grove School House near Upperville. Federal note reads, "these prisoners represent themselves to be detached from their regiments by Gen'l Jackson's orders and were attached to the command of a man named Mosby." Sent 5-10-63 to Wheeling, W. Va. Trans. 5-14-63 to Camp Chase. Age 33, 5'- 10", light complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Res. New Orleans, La. Occ. mechanic. Trans. 6-16-63 to Johnson's Is. Trans. 11-30-63 to Pt. Lookout. Par. 2-27-64 at Pt. Lookout. Joined the 1st. U, S. Vols. Deserted Camp Reno, Milwaukee, Wi. 9-14-64 with an Enfield rifle and equip. Ret. to duty with the 1st Va. Cav. Appears on Dec. 1864 receipt roll for clothing. B. about 1831 in Pesth, Bohemia.
Fleming, M. N.
Fletcher, Benton
Fletcher, Joshua Clay Enl. 4-26-61 in Co, A, 7th Va. Cav. at Potomac Furnace. Re-enl. 2-12-62. Present on Nov. - Dec. muster roll. Absent on Nov. 1862 regt. return, "Courier." Appears as "absent as 2nd Cpl., on furlough" on Dec. - Mar. 1863 muster roll. Present as 1st Cpl., Mar. - April, 1864 muster roll. Absent as 2nd Sgt. on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. WIA Nov. 1864. Had 5 horses KIA during the war. Par. 5-6-65 at Winchester. Age 24, 5'- 8", dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. One of 12 men on furl. from the 7th Va. Cav. led by James William (Willie) Foster who joined Mosby's command to recruit horses and was Inv. in 3-24-63 fight at Chantilly. B. 2-8-1841. Post-war teacher and surveyor. Res. Bloomfield, Loudoun Co. Member JEB Stuart Camp, UCV, Berryville. D. 6-20-1916. Bur. Ebenezer Church Cem., Bloomfield.
Flinn, P. R.
Flynn, A. E.
Flynn, John N. (Flinn)
Follin, John Nelson Pvt., Co. unknown. WIA at 1st Manassas and at Petersburg. Enl. 7-20-63 in Co. C, 35th Va. Cav. at Trapp for the war (falsified age). Present 4-30-64. Appears as AWOL since 7-1-64 on 8-31-64 muster roll. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav (date unknown). Par. 4-19-65 as member of the 35th Va. Cav. B. 8-20-1847. D. 1939. Bur. Andrews Chapel Cem., Fairfax Co. Brother of Ranger Ira Follin.
Forrest, James I.
Fowles, Robert O.
Fred, Burr F.
Fred, Frank L.
Fred, William Pvt., Co. unknown. Had been capt. and was riding a train on the Manassas Gap RR that the 43rd Va. Cav. derailed between The Plains and Salem on 10-10-64. Escaped but sustained a broken arm.
Free, William R.
Friends, --
Frink, T. W.
Fuller, John Wesley (post-war roster). B. 1836 in Granville, N. C. D. 1902 in Oxford, N. C.
Furley, Richard A.
Gaines, William Henry Pvt., Co. unknown. B. 1-8-1832. D. 3-25-1909 in Culpeper. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper.
Gale, T. B.
Gall, Christian Enl. 10-7-61 for one year in Co. F, 1st Va. Cav. by W. A. Morgan at Camp Longstreet. Furl. 2-6-62 for 36 days after re-enlistment. Present on 1st Va. Cav. muster roll until May 1863. One of 15 men from the 1st Va. Cav. detailed to Mosby about 1-18-63. Inv. in 1-26-63 attack on picket at Chantilly and 2-1-63 attack on picket at Frying Pan Church in Fairfax CO. WIA and capt. 5-3-63 in Warrenton Jct. fight. Admitted to Mansion House US Army Hosp. at Alexandria with gunshot wound to left arm. Sent 6-15-63 to Old Capitol Prison Gen. Hosp. Par. 6-25-63 at Old Capitol Prison. Shown as "absent wounded" on 1st Va. Cav. muster roll for May - June 1863. Sent 6-30-63 to Petersburg Gen. Hosp. Furl. 7-15-63 for 60 days. Present on 1st Va. muster rolls until Dec. 1863 when shown as "absent wounded." Shown on July - August 1864 muster roll as "KIA 6-6-64 in Loudoun Co.
Gallagher, - Served with Co. B, 12th Va. Cav. Inv. in 3-13-65 attack on Charles Town, W. Va. Inv. in 3-1-65 (approx.) raid with the 43rd Va. Cav. on a B&O FIR train near Charles Town, W. Va. Possibly James N. or J. Shannon Gallagher of the 12th Va. Cav.
Gantt, Thomas Perkins Pvt., Co. unknown. Class of 1866 VMI cadet before joining the 43rd Va. Cav.
Garnett, --
Garrett, Henry Winder Pvt. Co. unknown. Entered VMI 4-22-1863 serving in Co. A. Repeated the 4th class. Inv. in the Battle of New Market where he wounded and capt. a Union officer. Resigned VMI 1-19-65 and joined the 43rd Va. Cav. B. 12-23-1844 in Williamsburg, son of Robert Major Garrett and Susan Comfort Winder. Attended College of William and Mary after the war and later studied taw at the Univ. of Va. Engaged in farming near Williamsburg and had a law practice. Never m. D. 5-6-1879 in Williamsburg.
Garrison, John Nelson Pvt. Enl. 7-30-61 in the 8th Va. Inf. by Cpt. Scott at Salem. WIA at Gaines Mill. Prom. to Sgt., Co. K. Shown as "absent sick" on 10-31-63 muster roll. Present on 12-31-64 8th Va. Inf. muster roll. Par. 5-11-65 at Winchester. Age 25, 5'- 5", dark hair, grey eyes. Inv. in scouts with the 43rd Va. Cav. while serving with the 8th Va. Inf. B. 10-20-1842. D. 1-5-1933. Bur. Arlington Nall. Cem., Arlington. Brother of Ranger William H. Garrison.
Garrison, Washington H.
Gentry, W. Benjamin Pvt., Co. unknown (post-war roster). D. 2-11-1914 at "Cedarmore", Greene Co. Age 68.
Gault, --
Gibson, Jzaoe
Gibson, Edwin
Gibson, Joseph Andrew Enl. 9-25-61 in Co. A, 6th Va. Cav. Appears on Jan. - Feb. 1862 muster roll as "Prom. to Cpl." and on Nov. 1862 return as "Prom. to Lieut." Inv. with the 43rd Va. Cav. in 2-20-64 fight at Blakeley's Grove School House near Upperville. Present on all 6th Va. Cav. muster rolls until POW 9-24-64 at Luray. Sent to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 5-30-65 at Ft. Delaware. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 12-13-1833. D. 7-13-1907. Bur. Ivy Hill Cem., Upperville.
Gibson, Joe Inv. in 1-30-65 raid on Reno's Cav. camp near Charles Town, W. Va.
Gibson, William C. "Willie" Pvt., Co. unknown. Inv. in 5-5-64 attack on a wagon train near Fishers HID between Strasburg and Winchester. Served as guide and scout in 5-28-64 attack on Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Lived prior to the war between Charles Town and Duffield Station, W. Va. B. 11-18-1845. D. 12-18-1925. Bur. Ivy Hill Cem., Upperville.
Gilmer, George Walker Pvt, Co. unknown. Enl. June 1863 in Co. C, 2nd Va. Cav. WIA (shoulder) and capt. at Gettsburg. Exch. after 3 months in prison at David's Island, N. Y. Courier for Gen. Wickham in April 1864. Inv. in battles at Spotsylvania C. H. and Yellow Tavern. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. in early 1865. B.1845 in Albemarle Co., son of George Christopher Gilmer. Farmer in Albemarle Co. after the war. M. Frances Brown. Had six children. Member of the Henry Gantt Camp, UCV. D. 8-13-1918 in Albemarie Co.
Glandell, John Served in Co. C. 1st Md. Inf. Enl. 6-10-62 for one year in Co. K, 1st Va. Cav. at Richmond by Cpt. Gaither. Present on July 1862 thru Feb. 1863 muster rolls. Shown on May - June 1863 muster roll as "killed at Warrenton, Jct." Appears on a report of POW's who died at Mansion House 1st Div. General Hosp. in Alexandria as "captured 5-2-63 (should be 5-3-63) at Warrenton Jct. D. 5-5-63 from gun shot wound to the abdomen. Body taken away by friends". The autopsy report reveals that he was in Ward D, bed 28. Age 39, "The ball entered the abdomen at about the center of the left iliumregion and lodged in the upper part of the left thigh. He suffered much pain and died in agony." Res. Baltimore, Md.
Glascock, Roger Chew Pvt., Co. unknown. Enl. 3-10-62 in the Brooke Art. in Fauquier Co. AWOL on July 1862 muster roll. Joined Mosby's command, Inv. in 5-30-63 raid at Catlett's Station and fight at Greenwich. Recovered horse "Minnie Gray," Belonging to Ranger William Ellzey who had been WIA and capt. B. 1838, son of Alfred Glascock and Margaret Chew. 1860 res. Thoroughfare P. O., Fauquier Co. Lived on Pond Mountain (Glascock's Gap) near New Baltimore , Fauquier Co. after the war. Bur. near Kingsley's Mill, Prince William Co.
Goff, -- Pvt, Co. unknown. KIA. 4-30-64 near Rectortown, Fauquier Co.
Godding, Henry T.
Godding, Thomas R.
Goff, J. H.
Goff, J. L.
Gog, Adolophus A.
Gooding, J. R. Pvt., Co. unknown (post-war roster).
Gooding, William D. Pvt., Co. unknown. Served in Co. C, 35th Va. Cav. WIA 6-9-63 at Brandy Station. Joined with the 43rd Va. Cav. for raids in Loudoun Co. during Jan. 1865. D. 1-12-65 at Hillsboro. Age 22. Res. Fairfax Co.
Goura, James A. Pvt., Co. unknown. Capt. and sent to Ft. Warren. Post-war res. England.
Grayson, Edward Pvt., Co. unknown. Listed as having served with the 43rd Va. Cav. at a 9-28-1881 reunion of ex-soldiers at Carlisle, Pa.
Grayson, William E. Pvt., Co. unknown. Listed as having served with the 43rd Va. Cav. at a 9-28-1881 reunion of ex-soldiers at Carlisle, Pa.
Greenlee, James Samuel Pvt. Enl. 5-1-61 for one year in Co. C, 1st Va. Cav. by Mathew White at Lexington. Present on muster roles until "absent sick with measles at Orange C. H. 8-1-61." Ret. to duty. Present on Sept. 1861 thru Aug. 1862 muster rolls. Shown as "absent to purchase a horse" on Sept. - Oct. 1862 muster roll. Present on Nov. 1862 thru Feb. 1863 muster rolls. Shown on Mar. - April 1863 muster roll as "absent with Mosby's command". Present on 1st Va. Cav. muster rolls for May 1863 thru August 1864. Had two horses shot under him. B. 5-30-34 near Natural Bridge . Attended Univ. of Va. 1854-7 and Washington College 1858-9. Teacher 1859-60. Attended Union Theol. Sem. 1860-1. Attended the Univ. of Va. and Union Theol. Sem. after the war. Moved to Ks. in 1870 engaging in farming. Moved to Stephens Co., Tx. in 1876. Deputy Co. Surveyor. Moved to Trenton, Tenn. 1879. Moved to New Lebanon Co., Tx. and ordained a Presbyterian Minister in 1883. Minister at Temple, Breckinridge and Comanche, Tx. D, 10-2-1900 in Burleson Co. Tx. Bur. Masonic Cem., Burleson Co., Tx.
Grigsby, T. M Pvt. WIA and capt. 5-3-63 in Warrenton Jct. fight. Belived to be regularly enrolled in another organization.
Grove, Philip Eskridge Pvt., Co. unknown. B. 1835. D. 1934 in Strasburg.
Groves, John Pvt., Co. unknown. Appears on as a member of the 43rd Va. Cav. at a 9-28-1881 reunion of ex-soldiers at Carlisle, Pa.
Glick, David Pvt., Co. unknown KIA 1864 near Union, Loudoun Co.
Hall, J. C.
Hammond, John W.
Hancock, John H. Pvt., Co. unknown. B. 6-15-1847 in Wytheville. D. 3-20-1910 in Louisville, Ky. Bur. Cave Hill Cem, Louisville, Ky.
Hanes, George W.
Hanes, Walter Travis Pvt, Co. unknown. Enl. 5-8-61 in Co. I, 4th Va. Cav. Prom. Sgt. (date unknown). Admitted 1-23-63 to Richmond hosp. with debility. WIA 10-4-64 at Bridgewater. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (post-war roster).

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