6th Cavalry Regiment

Surnames M-N

MARY, ALPHEUS: Shown on printed postwar roster as, in Co. A, resid. Clarke Co. May be identical to Mackabee, Othias. 

MACKABEE, OTHIAS. enl. 9/24/61 in Co. A as substitute for George Hooper, who was a poor rider. Sick in quarters on 1‑2/62 roll. "Left at Martinsburg to nurse Henne [Edward Hennie)" on 5-6/62 roll. No further record, Also shown as McAbee, Mackabe. 

MACRAE, GEORGE H. FORREST: b. 1832. enl. 4/20/61 in Co. F. as Cpl. Farmer. On sick leave 9/9‑‑10/28/61. Pvt. on 11‑12/62 roll. Wded. 4/28/63 at Rowlesburg, (W.) Va, in lung, and left them POW at Rowlesburg 5/23/63. Paroled 3/9/64 at Pt. Lookout. Detailed to Medical Purveyor, Richmond, 6/10/64. Certificate of medical disability granted 3/22/65. Paroled 5/6/65 at Winchester, resid. Fairfax Co. Resid. Centreville 5/21/88 claiming wd. through right shoulder and left breast. d. 1917, bur. Manassas City Cem. 

MACRAE, JAMES: enl. 7/1/62 in Co. F. Farmer. AWOL on 9-10/62 roll, but absent sick since 8/25 on 11/62 return. POW 4/20/63 at Rowlesburg, (W.) Va., resid. Prince William Co. Paroled 5/13/63 at Camp Chase. Wded. 9/19/64 at Winchester in left foot. in Charlottesville hosp. 9/26/64. Paroled 5/3/65 at Fairfax C.H., age 22. 

MACRAE, JOHN ROBERT WALLACE, b. 7/19/27. enl. 4/30/61 in Co. H. Present on rolls until discharged 2/21/62 by furnishing Charles Padgett as substitute. d. 4/1/87, bur. Macrae Cem., Old Tavern, Warrenton. "One honest man very much given to hospitality." m. Hannah Blanchmore Tomlin, 

MAGNER, MATHEW FERRELL‑ enl. 6/27/61 in Co. D. Previously in Co. B, 11th Miss. Inf. Present until absent on sick furlough on 9‑10/62 roll. Discharged on expiration of service. Paroled 5/7/65 at Winchester as Lt. in Mosby's 43d Bn. Va. Cav., age 25. d. 1886 of cholera. See Nancy Chappelear Baird, ad., Journals of Amanda Virginia Edmonds. 

MALLORY, JOHN: enl. 5/4/61 in Co. I as Cpl., age 42. To Pvt., on 5-6/62 roll. Detailed to repair ambulance 8/27/63 and as wagon maker for 90 days on 11‑12/63 roll. Present on final 3/20/65 roll. Paroled 5/15/65 at Lousia C.H. 

MALLORY, ROBERT: enl. 5/4/61 in Co. I, age 38. Present on all rolls thru 3/20/65 final roll. 

MALLORY, WILLIAM IL: b. in Orange Co. enl. 5/4/61 in Co. I, age 24. Always present until final 3/20/65 roll, when absent wded. Farm worker, resid. True Blue 8/11/02, claiming wd. through thigh 11/12/64 at Newtown. d. 12/8/20. 

MANN, CHARLES HOWELL b. 2/1/44 in Tattnall Co., Ga. enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. E On Roll of Honor 12/10/64 for Cold Harbor. m. Nancy Cooper Mobley 1865. Attorney and judge postwar. d. 12/28/12, bur. Providence Church Cem., Toombs Co., Ga. 

MANN, JONATHAN TAYLOR‑ b. 6/14/21 in Salisbury, N.H. enl. 4/1/62 in Co. I. Farmer and watchmaker, resid. Va. from ca. 1849. Exchanged 9/21/62 in vicinity of Ft. Monroe, no record as POW. To Lt. from Cpl. 12/4/62. KIA 6/9/63 at Brandy Station. Supposedly bur. at base of Clark's Mountain. m. Sarah Joseph Spencer 1849. 

MANN, JOHN T.: b. 1835 in Tattnall Co., Ga. enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. I‑ Physician. Discharged 9/3/62 from Jeff Davis Legion to accept lieutenancy in Co. K, 54th Ga. inf. KIA 7/4/64 at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., bur, Green Wood Cem., Atlanta, Ga. 

MANUEL, ISAAC NEWTON: enl. 12/15/64 in Co. 0. Present on final 3/22/65 roll. POW 4/1/65 at Five Forks. Took the oath 6/15/65 at Pt. Lookout, resid. Clarke Co. Transportation ordered to Winchester. 

MARCUS, SPENCER: enl. 7/24/61 in Co. A‑ Absent from 8/18/61 with dislocated shoulder on all rolls until discharged 2/20/62 for that aliment. 

MARDERS, WILLIAM I‑: On postwar "original list" of Co. F. 

MARILLA, JOHN: enl. 9/6/62 in (2d) Co. E, age 23. Miller. Twenty‑two days horse leave from 10/27/64. Otherwise present on all rolls thru 3/24/65 final roll. Wife Jane. d. 6/28/91 in Pittsylvania Co. 

MARLOW, GEORGE W‑, enl. 9/13/62 in Co. A‑ On clothing detail from 12/31/63 on 11‑12/63 roll. Absent sick from 8/4/64, which was changed to AWOL on final 3/27/65 roll. Paroled 4/21/65 at Winchester, age 25, resid. Clarke Co. 

MARLOW, JAMES: enl. 9/13/62 in Co. A. Deserted 8/27/63 at SnIckersville. Resid. Clarke Co. Postwar roster says deserted to Ohio. 

MARR,. WILLIAM T.: b. 7/1/38 in Pittsylvania Co. enl. 4/1/62 in (2d) Co. E Carpenter. Previously in Co. I, 18th Va. Cav. Shown absent until POW 6/9/63 at Beverly Ford. Paroled 6/25/63 at Old Capitol Prison. Twenty days horse leave from 8/13/63. Transferred 12/16/63 to Capt. Shoemaker's Co., Va. Horse Art. Resid. Staunton, age 64, on 1/9/93. d. 3/18/12, bur. Thornrose Cem. 

MARSHALL, EDWARD C, JR‑, enl. 9/1/64 in Co. D. Detailed at Division Commissary Dept. on the 2 rolls of the unit on which his name appears (thru 3/22/65 final roll). Postwar roster says Commissary Sgt. 

MARSHALL, FIELDING LEWIS: b. 3/29/19 at Weyanoke, Charles City Co. Att. U.Va. enl. 4/24/61 as Sgt. in Co. H. Farmer. Absent on recruiting service from 2/18/62 on 1‑2/62 roll. To Lt. of art. 5/17/62. On ordnance duty at Lynchburg. Paroled 4/15/65 at Lynchburg as Capt. m. 1) Rebecca Frances Coke 1843, 2) Mary Newton Thomas 1857. in House of Delegates 1869‑71. d. 6/30/02 at Orange, bur. Graham Cem., Route 20 West, Orange. Author of Recollections and Reflections (1911). Father of Richard Coke Marshall. 

MARSHALL, RICHARD COKE. b. 7/5/44 at Oak Hill. Claimed to have served in Co. H, but not so shown on Confederate or postwar records. Later in Co. A, 7th Va. Cav. Attorney postwar. d. 4/5/14, bur. Cedar Grove Cem., Portsmouth. Son of Fielding Lewis Marshall. 

MARSHALL, ROBERT A. M.: b. 1828. enl. 10/1/62 in Co. A. Present until POW 5/11/64 in Hanover Co. Cpl. on Union records. d. 3/4/65 at Elmira of pneumonia and bur. there at Woodlawn Cem. Memorial stone in Ebenezer Cem., Bloomfield. 

MARSTON, E. L.: Only record Is of parole as in Co. D 4/9/65 at Appomattox. Not on postwar rosters and probably an error of transcription. 

MARTIN, JAMES: enl. 1/1/63 in Co. C. Deserted 1/3/63. 

MARTIN, ROBERT M., b. in Orange Co. enl. 5/4/61 in Co. I, age 23. Carpenter. Absent at home with measles on m 6/19/61 roll. Discharged 2/19/62 for "debility and want of strength, consequent on an attack of chronic bronchitis." Signs by mark. d. 9/20/19 at Lee Camp Soldiers' Home, Richmond. 

MARTIN, THOMAS J.: b. in Orange Co. enl. 5/4/61 in Co. I, "age 38." Laborer. Discharged 6/21/62 near Harrisonburg for secondary syphilis, "age 45." 

MARTZ, ALBERT.: enl. 10/8/62 in Co. A. On detached service guarding bridge at Mt. Jackson from 12/62 return thru 1/10/63. Absent sick on surgeon's certificate on 11‑12/63 roll. No further record. Postwar roster says deserted. Also shown as Mans. 

MARTZ, SAMUEL THORNTON: b. 1830. enl. 7/24/61 in Co. A. Sick leave since 2/2/62 on 1‑2/62 roll. Detailed as teamster in ordnance dept. 7/14/62 until POW 10/9/64 at Fisher's Hill. Paroled 3/28/65. Paroled 4/22/65 at Winchester. m. 1) Anna Furr, 2) Emily Gaver. d. 2/17/01 at Marionville, Loudoun Co., bur. Ebenezer Cem., Bloomfield. 

MASON, GEORGE. b. 12/24/39 in Frederick Co. enl. 4/18/61 in Co. D. To Lt. 711/61. Dropped to Pvt. 4/20/62. Absent on leave on 11‑12/63 roll, Otherwise present on all rolls thru final 3/22/65 roll. Paroled 4/19/65 at Winchester, resid. Frederick Co. near White Post. Resid. Fauquier Co. ca. 1898. d. 12/7/16 at Baltimore, Md. 

MASON, HORATIO P.: enl. 5/4/61 in Co. I, age 20. Detailed for road service in Western Va. 10/3/61 and so shown thru 1‑2/63 roll, except for furlough for disability on 12/61 return. No further record. Postwar roster says discharged in 1862. 

MASON, JOHN T.: On postwar "original list of Co. F. 

MASON, JOSEPH GAMBLE: b. in Clarke Co. enl. 4/18/61 in Co. D. Two weeks sick furlough from 12/1/61. Absent sick on 11/62 return and on 8/31/63 roll. Otherwise present thru final 3/22/65 roll. Paroled 4/19/65 at Winchester, age 23, resid. Frederick Co. near White Post. d. 1/3/16 at Clarksburg, W.Va., bur. Masonic Cem., Clarksburg. 

MASON, WILLIAM DAVID: b. in Rappahannock Co. enl. 4/22/61 in Co. B. Farmer. Four absences on sick leave before being slightly wded. 7/3/63 at Fairfield, Pa. Absent with leave since 3/6/65 on final 3/21/65 roll. Paroled 5/8/65 at Winchester, age 26, resid. near Sperryville. Lived in Missouri several years postwar. Pensioner 5/17/16 at Castleton, Va. 

MASON, WILLIAM DOUGLAS: b. in Frederick Co. enl. 4/18/62 in Co. D. Farmer. Present on 5-6/62 roll. Otherwise absent sick on rolls and returns until discharged 3/11/63 at Staunton, age 16, because "his general health Is greatly impaired; has chronic diarrhea & organic disease of the heart." 

MASSEY, ED: On a postwar roster Sgt. Maj., transferred from Co. A, 7th Va. Cav. No Confederate records. 

MASSEY, JOHN: in a postwar source as enl. 4/10/61 in Co. I, resid. Culpeper Co. This source says he d. 12/18/63 in Texas. No Confederate records. 

MASSEY, THOMAS C‑ enl. 11/20/62 in Co. I. in Chimborazo Hosp. No. 3, Richmond, with acute diarrhea 6/24‑6/27/64. Sick in hosp. on 9‑10/64 roll. Absent sick on final 3/20/65 roll. Postwar source says wded. 11/15/63 at Stevensburg and 1/11/64 at Winchester, resid. Culpeper. Also spelled Massie. 

MATHERS, WILLIAM: enl. 4/11/64 in Co. K Detailed as teamster on 9‑10/64 roll. AWOL on final 1‑2/65 roll. 

MATTHEWS, JAMES: enl. 4/22/61 in Co. K Thirty days furlough from 2/1/62. POW 6/8/63 in Fauquier Co. (or near Winchester), age 35. Paroled at Ft. McHenry, Md., 6/26/63. Otherwise present on all rolls until AWOL on final 1‑2/65 roll. Paroled 4/26/65 at Harpers Ferry, signs by mark. Also spelled Mathews. 

MATTHEWS, JOHN H.: enl. 4/22/61 in Co. K Generally present on all co. rolls. To Lt. 9/25/62. Signs as commanding dismounted men of regiment 8/31/63. To Capt. 9/8/64. Absent seeking absentees 2/28/65. MWIA 3/31/65 at Dinwiddie C.H. (or Five Forks). in Petersburg hosp. 4/1/65. POW 4/3/65 at hosp. d. 7/24/65 from gunshot wd. of right thigh, bur. near hosp. 

MATTHEWS, WILLIAM: enl. 4/22/61 in Co. K Thirty days furlough from 2/11/62. Confederate records show him POW 3/9/62, with following roll (dated 12/12/62) stating he was AWOL until 10/5/62. No U.S. records on this capture. POW 6/26/64 at Leesburg while home wded. Took the oath 6/14/65 at Elmira, resid. Point of Rocks, Md. Signs by mark. 

MAUCK, GEORGE FRANKLYN: Conscript enl. 4/4/64 in Co. C. Absent with leave on 9‑10/64 roll and AWOL on final ca. 3/30/65 roll. Previously in 146th Va. Militia, 

MAUPIN, JAMES A.: b. in Port Republic. Pensioner claiming service in Co. C. No Confederate records. Said he later served in Capt. Woodson's independent Co. Resid. Texas 1867‑72. Age 81 on 5/20/26. Brother of Lt. W. H. H. 

MAUPIN, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON: enl. 5/28/61 in Co. C. To Sgt. 9/1/61. To Lt. 10/1/62. Wded, 10/19/64. Present on final ca. 3/30/65 roll. At Gilmore, Upshur Co., Texas in 1868. Brother of James A. 

MAUZY, JOSEPH NICHOLAS. b. 3/21/45. enl. 5/25/63 in Co. C. Present until final ca. 3/30/65 roll, when AWOL Resid. Montevideo in 1908. d. 12/6/10, bur. Mt. Olivet Cem., McGaheysville. 

MAXWELL, ALEXANDER: b. Rectortown, Fauquier Co. enl. 4/24/61 in Co. H. Merchant. POW 12/2/61 at Annandale. Exchanged ca. 2/14/62. Absent on sick furlough before POW 9/22/62 at Paris as Sgt., no record of parole. Present on 11‑12/62 roll. AWOL or sick 8/25/63 thru 9‑10/64 roll, To Pvt. on 11‑12/63 roll. in Charlottesville hosp. 1/9‑3/8/64 with secondary syphilis. in Richmond hosp. with contused wd. of breast 5/9‑-5/29/64, age 23. Took the oath ca. 11/28/64 at Berlin, Md. Arrested 12/8/64 near Queenstown, Md., in dress coat of Federal staff officer. Took the oath 12/28/64 at Baltimore City Jail and sent North of Philadelphia. 

MAY, GEORGE WESLEY: Conscript enl. 9/64 in Co. C. Present on final ca. 3/20/65 roll. d. 6/6/61 at Port Republic. Wld. Eliza A, m. 1857. 

MAY, JAMES HARRISON: b. 1842 in Rockingham Co. Claimed on pension application to have served in Co. C, as well as Co. B, 10th Va. inf., and Avis Guard. Said he was accidentally wded. outside picket post now Fairfax Station. No Confederate records. Mechanic postwar. d. 1918, Port Republic Cem. on Hill. 

MAYS, THOMAS TERRY: enl. 4/1/62 in (2d) Co. E. Farmer. Reported MWIA 7/3/63 at Fairfield, Pa., but POW and paroled 8/24/63 at DeCamp General Hosp., N.Y. harbor. in Richmond hosp. with gunshot wd. of right side from Gettysburg 12/2‑12/16/63, age 39. Thereafter present until wded. at Winchester and absent at Lynchburg hosp. on 9‑10/64 roll. Present on final 3/4/65 roll. 

McARTOR, HENRY T.: enl. 9/14/62 in Co. A. Farmer. Present until POW 2/20/64 at Upperville, age 20. Took the oath 6/15/65 at Ft. Delaware. d. 1/27/09. WId. Addle Lon applied for pension in Miller Co., Ark., 1928. 

McARTOR, THOMAS W.: b. at Upperville. enl. 9/24/62 in Co. A. On detached service as scout in Loudoun and Fauquier Cos. 11/24‑12/18/62. Furloughed 8/29/63. Transferred 2/14/64 to Co. A, 39th Bn. Va. Cav. Silversmith postwar. Resid. Stephens City, age 75, on 4/17/11. I supplied myself with eight horses that were broken down in service." 

McATEE, FRANKLIN: enl. 9/13/62 in Co. A‑ Sent to hospital 8/28/63 and so Shown thru final 3/27/65 roll. Farmer postwar. d. in Loudoun Co. Postwar roster shows Frank McArtor. 

McCARTY, RICHARD CHICHESTER: b. in Middleburg, Loudoun Co. enl. 10/15/62 in Co. K Present on all rolls to 9‑10/64 roll, when shown AWOL sick since 10/15/64. Present on final 1‑2/65 roll. Paroled 4/24/65 at Edwards Ferry. Fanner postwar in Loudoun Co., Fauquier Co. after 1881. Age 78 on 9/14/18, resid. Rectortown. d. 7/10/19. m. Martha Megeath. 

McCARTY, SAMUEL S.: b. 7/28/42. enl. 10/15/63 in Co. K Present until wded. at Winchester 9/9/64 and absent wded. on final 1‑2/65 roll. d. 7/12/70, bur. Leesburg Union Cem. 

McCAULY, R. PETER: enl. 5/28/61 in Co. C Shown as teamster on 12/62 return. POW 5/13/63 in Warren Co. Sent from Ft. McHenry, Md., for exchange 5/17/63. Otherwise present until shown as deserter on 11‑12/63 roll. Also shown as McCauley, McCaully. 

McCLAIR, VALENTINE: Told Federals he deserted from Co. B. Farmer. Surrendered at Paw Paw, (W.) Va, 2/65, took the oath and sent North. No Confederate or postwar records. 

McCLAREN, ROBERT. enl. 5/4/61 in Co. I, age 20. Found guilty of drunkenness on duty, sentenced to forfeit 6 months' pay, and to serve at hard labor 2 months 1/23/62. in arrest for insubordinate conduct by order of Gen. Robertson 6/28/62. Detailed as teamster on 11‑12/62 roll thru final 3/20/65 roll. 

McClellan, ROBERT MILLER: enl. 9/17/61 in (1 st) Co. E, age 28. To QM Sgt. 4/1/62. To Capt. and AQM 5/21/63. Resid. Savannah, Ga. 

McCLURE, JAMES NICHOLAS:, enl. 5/29/61 in Co. D. Usually on extra duty as clerk on QM Dept. from 10/22/61. Absent as clerk in regimental QM Dept. on final 3/22/65 roll. Paroled 4/26/65 at Winchester, age 27, resid. Jefferson Co., (W.) Va. Salesman in Baltimore, Md., postwar. in Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md., 1894. d. 1/20/94, bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore. 

McCORD, HENRY D.: enl. 10/1/63 in Co. I. d. 8/11/64. 

McCORMICK, CYRUS. b. 4/27/45 at "Frankford," Clarke Co. Att. VMI and U.Va. enl. 7/25/62 in Co. D. in Charlottesville hospital with gunshot wd. 11/20‑‑12/13/63. POW 9/4/64 at Berryville. Paroled 5/23/65, to remain within limits of Camp Chose, Ohio. Took the oath 6/3/65 at Camp Chase. Grad. in medicine U. of Md. Physician at Berryville postwar. m. Anne Elizabeth Taylor 1869. 0. 1/12/05, bur. Green Hill Cem., Berryville.

McCORMICK, EDWARD: b. 10/26124. enl. 5/25/61 in Co. D. To Capt. in QM Dept. 9/11/61. Post QM at Lynchburg from 10/3/61. Paroled 4/19/65 at Berryville. Wrote to Federals on 6/3/65 "I was not an original secessionist ... I struggled to prevent the war, so long as I saw any probability of doing so." d. 3/18/70, bur. Grace Episcopal Church Cem., Berryville. m. Ellen Lane Jett, d. 1908. 

McCORMICK, HUGH HOLMES. b. 12/21/44. Att. VMI. enl. 7/25/62 in Co. D. in Charlottesville hosp. with gunshot wd. 10/13‑‑10/19/63, returned to duty 12/13/63. in Petersburg hosp. with acute dysentery 8/1‑‑8/4/64, then 30 day furlough. Absent as scout for Gen. Fitz Lee on final 3/22/65 roll. Paroled 4/15/65 at winchester. Lawyer at Berryville postwar, never married. d. in fall from window in Alexandria 6/11/70, bur. Grace Episcopal Church Cem., Berryville. 

McCORMICK, PROVINCE, JR.: b. 2/18/47 at Berryville, Clarke Co. enl. 5/11/64 in Co. D. Present thru 3/22/65 final roll. Unofficial source states he was courier for Gen. R. S. Ewell before enlistment in Co. D. att. U.Va. postwar. Farmer, inspector in indian Service, served 20 years as county supervisor, 50 years as director of Berryville Turnpike. Food administrator of Clarke Co. in WWI. m. Elizabeth Taylor 1871. d. 1936, bur. Green Hill Cem., Berryville. 

McCULLOCH, ROBERT S.: enl. 6/26/61 in Co. I, age 21. Sick with measles on ca. 7/61 roll. Wded. 7/3/63 at Fairfield, Pa. Otherwise present until absent sick in hosp. on 9‑10/64 roll. AWOL on final 3/20/65 roll. Paroled 5/17/65 at Charlottesville. 

McDANIEL, GEORGE: Only record Is a postwar roster which has him in Co. F. 

McDONALD DONALD: enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. E, age 26, To Cpl. on 11/1/61 roll. To Sgt. on 7‑8/62 roll. MWIA 8/1/63 at Brandy Station. d. 8/28/63 after amputation for gunshot wd.. at Florida Hosp, Richmond. Resid. Savannah, Ga. 

McDONALD, WILLIAM: enl. 7/1/64 in Co. F. Confederate records show him POW 8/17/64 in Clarke Co., and he Is so shown thru final 2/24/65 roll, but no Federal records confirm this. 

McDONALD, W. NORMAN. enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. E as Cpl., age 22 Postwar source says he resigned office of Sgt. in 1/62. Paroled 5/1/65 at Greensboro, N.C., as Pvt. Resid. Mcintosh Co., Ga. 

McFARLAND, FRANCIS W.: enl. 4/20/61 in Co. F. To Sgt. 8/19/61. Shown as Ordnance Sgt. on 9‑10/61 roll. Absent on sick leave from 12/4/61, "not since reported, considered a deserter." Postwar roster says "put in a substitute." 

McGINNIS, ARTHUR‑ enl. 11/8/61 in Co. G as substitute for Charles H. Ferrell. Discharged 11/8/62 at Newtown because he was a Marylander. 

McGREGOR, THOMAS: b. in Pittsylvania Co. enl. 8/19/61 in Co. G, "age 34." Farmer. Absent on sick furlough from 11/27/61 until discharged at "age 38" 7/20/62 at Camp Ashby, Orange C.H., for "permanently diseased lungs & chronic enlargement of the testicle." Postwar roster says resid. Pittsylvania Co. 

McGREGOR, THOMPSON L.: b. in Halifax Co. enl. 3/22/62 in Co. G. Physician. Previously in Co. G, 38th Va. inf. Discharged 5/8/62 at comp near Conrad's Store for tuberculosis, age 34. His only record in the regiment Is a certificate of disability for discharge filed under Thomas McGregor's name, and there Is much chance for confusion of the two. Also spelled McGrigor, McGregor on rolls of 30th Va. 

McGUIRE, BUIRWELL‑ b. 1846. enl 6/16/64 in Co. D. Present until AWOL on final 3/22/65 roll. d. 1/12, bur. Old Chapel Cem, Millwood. 

McGUIRE, DAVID HOLMES, JR‑ b. 1843. enl. 9/1/62 in Co. D. Previously in 2d Va. inf. Shown detailed as scout and a month's pay deducted by court‑martlal on 11‑12/63 mil. Scout for Gen. Fitzhugh Lee on 7‑8/64 roll. POW. 10/21/64 at Warrenton, mysteriously "acknowledged captaincy 42 Va." Took the oath 6/4/65 at Ft. Delaware as Capt, 6th Va. Cav. (which he was not). Lawyer and editor postwar. A photograph in the courthouse at Berryville shows him in an officer's uniform, which must have an interesting explanation. d. 3/29/74, bur. Old Chapel Cem., Millwood. Lawyer and newspaper editor. 

McGUIRE, M. F‑ Shown in Federal records as Sgt. in Co. D. POW 7/17/64 at "Percersville, Va," and sent to Ft. Delaware. No Confederate records and not on several postwar rosters. Probably an error. 

McINTOSH, JOHN McCOY: enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. E, age 23. Postwar roster says wded. 12/4/61 at Bog Wallow ambuscade, Fairfax Co. Resid. Mcintosh Co., Ga. Paroled 5/1/65 at Greensboro, N.C. 

McINTOSH, R. E.: Only record is of parole at Harper's Ferry, (W.) Va, 4/28/65, as in Co. F, age 37. Signs by mark 

McKIMMEY, CHARLES F‑, b. 7/29/38 in Loudoun co. enl. 4/22/61 in Co. K. Farmer. To Cpl. on 6/30/62 roll, sick at hosp. in Charlottesville hosp. with morbi cutIs 1/7‑1/8/64, transferred to Lynchburg. Otherwise present until POW 2/21/64 in Loudoun Co. "whilst disbanded." Took the oath at Ft. Delaware 6/20/65. d. 1/29/26, bur. Lovettsville Union Cem. 

McKIMMEY, JOHN THORNTON: enl. 4/22/61 in Co. K Always present until MWIA 5/9/64 near Spotsylvania C.H. d. in field hosp. 5/11/64. 

McLAUGHRY, JOHN: enl. 9/15/62 in Co. A. Detached as teamster to "headquarters" 1/12/63. Deserted 1/23 (or 27)(63 at Snickersville. Many spellings of surname. Postwar roster gives John McClaughrey, resid. Clarke Co. Apparently Identical to "John McLeary, deserted" on another postwar roster. 

McLEARY, JOHN: On a postwar roster of Co. A, deserted. See John McLaughry. Another such roster says substitute, deserted to Ohio. 

McLENDON, DUNCAN F‑ enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. E, age 26. To Cpl. 10/1/62. KIA 6/21/63 at Upperville. Resid. Telfair co., Ga. This spelling of surname Is from a certificate given by his mother. Confederate and postwar records spell It McLennan. 

McLWAIN, VANBUREN: Federal records show a man of this name in Co. B, b. in Braxton Co., (W) Va, farmer, enl. 9/61, POW 3/20/65 at Bulltown, (W.) Va., age 30. He was classed. as a deserter, awaiting his family to join him to go North while held at Clarksburg. Certainly a mistake of some kind referring to some other unit. No Confederate or postwar records. 

McMillan, WARREN J.: enl. 8/19/61 in Co. G, age 27, D. at General Hosp. No. 1, Lynchburg, of Icterus 5/14/62 bur. City Cem, Lynchburg. Also shown as McMillen. 

McMURRAN, E. M.: On postwar "original list" of Co. F. 

McMURRAY, JOHN P.: enl. 4/18/61 in Co. D as Sgt. To Pvt. on 5‑6/62 mil. On duty at Gen. Job Stuart's HQ on the two 1863 rolls. Present with co. on later rolls thru 3/22/65 final roll. Paroled 4/15/65 at Winchester, age 28, resid. Clarke Co. Some postwar rosters spell name McMurry. 

McMURREIN, C. H.: On postwar "original flat" of Co. F. 

McNEALY, THOMAS. enl. 4/22/61 in Co. K Present, wded. accidentally, absent one month on 7‑8/61 roll. Discharged 1/12/62 for gunshot wd. of right breast, the ball passing through the lung and fracturing the right scapula. 

McQUEEN, HENRY C.: enl. 1/13/63 in Co. B. Present until AWOL on 9‑10/64 roll. Dropped from rolls as deserter 3/10/65 on final 3/21/65 roll. Reportedly alive in 5/07. Postwar roster says age 18 on enlistment. 

McRAE, ALEXANDER C.: b. 3/21/43 in Telfair Co., Ga. enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. E. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C., 5/1/65. d. 8/74 of tuberculosis. 

MEAD, WILLIAM WORSLY: b. 4/4/36 in Loudoun Co. enl. 4/22/61 in Co. K as Lt. To Capt. 7/1/61. Absent on sick furlough 2/5‑2/26/62. On recruiting duty from 2/26/62. Dropped 4/20/62. Refugee at Emaus, Bedford Co., 12/8/62 when he wrote he was "completely broken down" and had retired and sought a position. Raised a co. for Mosby which was disbanded, then in Co. G, 2d Va. Cav. Wded. and erroneously reported KIA 5/16/63 at Barry's Ferry. Merchant, farmer, and postmaster in Bedford Co. postwar. m. Cornelia Francis Mead 1867. d. 9/1/94, bur. family cem. Moneta, Bedford Co. 

MEADE, DAVID, JR.: b. 10/30/40. enl. 4/18/61 in Co. D. Absent with leave on 11‑12/63 roll. Otherwise present on all rolls thru 3/22/65 final roll. POW 4/1/65 at Dinwiddie C. H. Took the oath 6/15/65 at Pt. Lookout. Resid. White Post postwar. d. 7/23/17, bur. Meade Memorial Episcopal Church, White Post. 

MEADE, FRANCIS KEY. b. 3/1/44. enl. 9/22/62 in Co. D. Present until in Charlottesville hosp. with morbi cutis 11/14/63‑1/12/64. Horse KIA 6/11/64 near Trevillian's Station, POW 10/10/64 at Edinburg. Took the oath 6/15/65 at Pt. Lookout, resid. Clarke Co. d. 3/19/27, bur. Old Chapel Cem., Millwood. Known as Frank. 

MEADE, HENRY. enl. 6/19/64 in Co. D. Present thru 3/22/65 final roll. Paroled 4/25/65 at Winchester, age 19, resid. Clarke Co. Also known as Harry. Middle initial "V", or "Y." d. 2/27/26, at Lee Camp Soldiers' Home, Richmond. 

MEADOWS, WILLIAM WADI‑ enl. 4/1/62 in (2d) Co. E. Paid as teamster 4/30/63. Absent sick in hosp. at Staunton on 11‑12/63 roll. Otherwise present until missing in action at Cold Harbor 5/30/64. 

MEANS, GEORGE F‑ b. in Prince William Co. enl. 4/22/61 in Co. K as Cpl. Sick on 12/61 return. To Lt. 4/20/62. KIA 10/9/62 at Aldie, bur. Sharon Cem., Middleburg. Name on monument to dead heroes of Fairfax Co. 

MENEFEE, HENRY ST. CYR:‑ b. 6/18/44 at Washington, Va. Att. VMI. enl. 9/1/62 in Co. B. Absent as courier for Gen. W. E. Jones on 11‑12/62 roll. in Richmond hosp. 7/30‑7/31/64. AWOL on 7-8/64 roll. Absent sick on 9‑10/64 roll. AWOL on final 3/21/65 mil. Lawyer and farmer in Rappahannock and Bedford Cos. postwar. in Va. legislature in 1880's Never married. Postwar source says "served throughout the war without a scratch." d. 12/20/13, bur. private cem. at Washington. 

MERCER, JESSE: enl. 9/8/62 in Co. A. AWOL since 8/26/63 on 8/31/63 roll. Found guilty of AWOL 11/20/63, sentenced to guard house 20 days and to carry a 30 pound billet of wood 4 hours each day while confined. Deserted 4/64. Postwar source says resid. Clarke Co. 

MERCER, NATHANIEL enl. 9/25/62 in Co. A. AWOL since 10/8/63 on 11‑12/63 roll. "Deserted gone home 4/64" an 7‑8/64 roll. Paroled 4/21/65 at Winchester, age 34, signs by mark, resid. Loudoun Co. d. 1896 near Bluemont. WId. Lydia Jane, m. 1853. Postwar source says resid. Clarke Co. 

METCALF, GEORGE: enl. 3/7/62 in Co. H. Deserted 11/25/62 new Salem (Marshall), under arrest on 12/62 return. Thereafter present until AWOL on 7‑8/64 roll. AWOL since 8/31/64 on final 3/22/65 roll. 

METCALF, PRESSLY G.: enl. 4/24/61 in Co. H. Carpenter. AWOL 9/19/21/61. Wded. on picket 10/23/61 "Is yet unfit for duty" on 9‑10/61 roll. AWOL since 11/21 on 11/61 return, still AWOL on 12/61 return. AWOL since 5/20/62 on 5-6/62 roll. Marked as a deserter from 10/1/62 and no further Confederate records. POW 5-6/62 near Fredericksburg. Paroled at HQ Army of the Potomac 5/4/63 and sent to City Point for exchange 5/10/63. 

MICHAEL. RIEL W Conscript enl. 10/10/64 in Co. C. Present thru final ca. 3/30/65 roll. 

MICHIE, HENRY BOWYER: b. 2/12/39. enl. 1/20/63 in Co D. Transferred from Capt. Garber's Battery, Va. Lt. Art. in Staunton hosp. with scables 7/25‑8/6/63. Absent sick at hosp. on 11‑12/63 roll. Absent sick in Staunton hosp. on 9‑10/64 roll. Otherwise present until shown absent, POW, on final 3/22/65 roil, but no Federal records on capture. d. 3/15/95, bur. Thornrose Cem., Staunton. 

MICKLE, WILLIAM: enl. 3/5/63 in Co. C. KIA 7/3/63 at Fairfield, Pa. 

MILAM, GEORGE P.: enl, 9/25/64 in Co. G. Absent on horse detail on 9-10/64 roll. Absent sick on final 3/22/65 roll. d. 5/3/09 at Richmond hosp. WId. Hattle A., m. 1874, resid. Pittsylvania Co. 

MILBURN, JOHN: enl. 8/11/61 in Co. D. Fifteen day sick furlough from 12/25/61. Absent at hosp. on 9‑10/62 roll. 11/62 return says discharged, spinal affection. Postwar rosters say d. of smallpox in hosp. at Harrisonburg, 1853. 

MILEY, HEROD THOMAS: b. 10/4/44. enl. 9/15/62 in Co. A. On detached service after deserters 12/21/62‑1/1/63. AWOL since 8/26 on 8/31/63 roll. in Staunton hosp. 11/8/63 with contusion. Found guilty of AWOL 11/20/63, to be publicly reprimanded: "The court are thus lenient, on account of the youth of the accused, and the circumstances under which he left his command." POW 5/12/64 in Hanover Co, At Elmira W 5/64, date of parole unknown. Absent with leave on final ca. 3/27/65 roll, "having been exchanged & not yet notified." Paroled 4/21/65 at Winchester, resid. Clarke Co. Resid. Gaithersburg, Md., 1934. d. 7/29/36, bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va. Some letters he received are at Duke Univ. 

MILLAN, JOHN W‑ enl. 4/22/61 in Co. B, age 25. Farmer. On special duty at Manassas on 1‑2/62 roll. Otherwise present until transterred 4/5/63 to Co. F. He never reported to Co. F and was marked a deserter. 

MILLER, ______________ : Shown as enl. 1/11/62 in Co. B on a 11/62 return. No other record and probably a mistake, perhaps referring to John Byron Miller. 

MILLER, ALBERT. enl. 11/64 in Co. C and shown as AWOL on the ca. 3/30/65 roll, the only one with his name. 

MILLER, B. F.: enl. 10/20/62 in Co. C. Present until POW in Fairfield, Pa. vicinity, ca. 7/3/63. d. 3/19/64 at Pt. Lookout. 

MILLER, EASTHAM J.: enl. 4/22/61 in Co. B, age 25. Farmer. d. 5/11 (or 16)/61 at Centreville. 

MILLER, GEORGE FRANCIS; b. 6/20/46. enl. 4/1/64 in (2d) Co. E Furlough 40 days for fever 7/7/64 at Chimborazo Hosp. No. 1, Richmond. Absent sick at Lynchburg hosp. on 7‑8/64 roll. Thereafter present thru 3/4/65 final roll. Resid. Alfalfa Co., Oklahoma, in 1925. d. 7/29/47 at Carmen, Ok., age 101 years, 1 month and 9 days, bur Carmen Cem. 

MILLER, HENRY P.: enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. E, age 18. Resid. Savannah, Ga. POW 5/3/62 between Yorktown and Williamsburg. Exchanged 8/6/62. 

MILLER JOHN BYRON: b. 9/26/44 in Rappahannock Co. Att. VMI. enl. 10/20/62 in Co. B. POW 7/7/63 at Williamsport, Md. Paroled 5/3/64 at Pt. Lookout and exchanged. Wded. 10/19/64 at Cedar Creek. Absent wded. on final 3/21/65 roll. Farmer, lumber merchant, bank director postwar. Two terms in Va. legislature. d. 10/12/15 at Richmond, bur. family cem. in Rappahannock Co. 

MILLER ROBERT E.: b. 1/2/48 at Sperryville. May have served previously in Co. B, 7th Va. inf. enl. 2/1/64 in Co. B. Shown on 11‑12/63 roll (sic) as absent, detailed. Otherwise present until absent buying cattle for brigade on final 3/21/65 roll. d. 3/2 (or 8)/1928). One source gives his middle name as Emmett, another as Edward. A postwar roster gives his age on enlistment as 21. 

MILLER, SILAS PETER: b. 1/7/36 in Rockingham Co. enl. 10/4/63 in Co. C. in Petersburg hosp. with gunshot wd. of right leg 7/1/64, transferred to Richmond (where he was given 40 days furlough from 7/7/64). Present on final co‑ 3/20/65 roll. Farmer at Montevideo 9/29/02, claiming wd. in thumb at Yellow Tavern and in leg in raid below Petersburg. d. 4/10/19, bur. Mt. Olivet Cem., McGaheysville. Wd, Georgia L, m. 1872. 

MILLER, THOMAS P.: b. at Alexandria. enl. 7/15/61 in Co. K Farmer. Discharged 6/14/62 age 20, near Harrisonburg for "diseased testacles." Discharge gives date of enl, as 4/20/62 

MILLER, W. INMAN: enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. E, age 27. Paroled 5/1/65 at Greensboro, N.C. Resid. Liberty Co., Ga. 

MILLETTE, SAMUEL MORGAN: b. in Georgia. enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. E. Taken sick at Richmond 10/7/61. Resid. Savannah, Ga. bur. Natchez City Cem., Miss. Name spelled Millett on some records. 

MILLIRON, GEORGE W.: enl. 4/1/62 in (2d) Co. E. Absent sick on 5-6/62 roll, his only record. 

MILLNER, WILLIAM P.: Conscript enl. 2/19/64 in Co. F. in Richmond and Danville hosps. with debility and chronic diarrhea 5/28‑‑6/21/64. in Danville hosp. with chronic rheumatism 10/26‑11/15/64. Present on final 9‑10/64 roll dated 2/24/65. Postwar roster spells name Millener. 

MILLS, ALEXANDER W.: enl. 5/4/61 in Co. I, age 36. To Sgt. 2/12/62. Absent with leave on 5-6/62 roll. To Pvt. on 11‑12/62 roll, "over 35 ." AWOL or deserter on 1‑2/63 roll, name cancelled on roll. "Dropped from Pay Roll and name sent to Enrolling officer Orange Co." on 7-8/63 roll. One roll and a postwar roster gives middle initial as "H." The latter adds discharged 1862." 

MILLS, JOHN: enl. 10/20/61 in Co. F. Present until discharged 7/30/62. 

MILSTEAD, GEORGE W‑ enl. 5/1/61 in Co. H. Farmer. Sick at home 9/1‑10/15/61. On furlough 2/12‑3/16/61. AWOL from 12/12/62 and marked deserter on 12/62 return. Absent sick since 2/13 on 2/28/63 roll, and with disabled horse on 7‑8/63 roil, but present on 11‑12/63 roll. Absent, detailed as forager on final 3/22/65 roll. Paroled 4/22/65 at Winchester, age 29, resid. Fauquier Co., signs by mark. 

MILSTEAD, JAMES. b. in U.S. enl. 9/29/62 in Co. H. Present on all rolls thru 3/22/65 final roll, but reported by Richmond as deserter 2/28/65. Wded. and POW 4/1/65 at Hatcher's Run. d. 5/23/65 at Lincoln General Hosp., Washington, D.C., of chronic diarrhea, age 20, resid. Charles Town, (W.) Va. Single, effects given to his aunt Ann Bean. 

MILTON, WILLIAM TAYLOR: b. 7/17/38 at "Galloway," Jefferson Co., (W.) Va. enl. 8/1/62 in Co. D. Previously Lt. in 2d Va. int. POW 6/9/63 Beverly Ford. Paroled 6/25/63 at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C. Fifteen days leave from 12/21/63. Thereafter present until acting as Sgt. Maj. on final 3/22/65 roll. Fanner, Commissioner of Revenue for Clarke Co. 22 years, then insurance agent. Read. Berryville 2/15/18. m. Frances Calendar Duncan 1867. d. 1923, bur. Green Hill Cem., Berryville. 

MINE, WILLIAM H‑ Only record is of parole as in Co. H at Winchester 4/24/65, age 25, resid. Fauquier Co. May refer to William Henry Wines. 

MINOR, ALBERT G.: enl. 5/24/61 in Co. F. Present until discharged 7/26/62. Apparently Identical to Absalom Minor, shown on Postwar roster. 

MITCHELL, ALFRED: enl. 12/20/61 in Co. F as substitute for Thomas C. Stevens. AWOL on rolls for 5‑8/62, then no further record. Postwar roster says killed. 

MITCHELL, EDWARD Y.: enl. 8/24/64 in Co. I. POW 9/24/64 at Luray. Paroled ca. 11/1/64 at Pt. Lookout. Absent sick on final 3/20/65 roll. On Gordonsville hosp. roll 3/20/65 with gelatis. Middle initial on some rolls shown as Z. and T. 

MITCHELL, JAMES SHIPP: On postwar rosters of Co. D. No official record in 6th Va. Cav. Apparently identical to the man of this name in Co. I, 12th Va. Cav. 

MITCHELL, PHILIP E. CARY, enl. 4/20/61 in Co. D. Absent on duty as courier for Gen. Jeb Stuart on 11/61 return. d. 3/9/63 at Mt. Jackson hosp. of (Masses, probably bur. at Mt. Jackson Confederate Cem. 

MITCHELL, ROBERT B‑enl. 4/3/62 in Co. D. Horse reported KIA 8/21/62. Absent sick on 9‑10/62 roll and 11/62 return. POW 6/7/63 in Clarke Co., age 20. Paroled 6/26/63 at Ft. McHenry, Md. Postwar roster says KIA 8/21/62. 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM T.: enl. 5/26/61 in (2d) Co. E as Sgt. Age 26 on 2/16/62 roll. To Lt. 4/20/62. To Capt. on 11‑12/62 roll. in Danville wded. 6/18/63. To court‑martlal duty 1/16/64. POW 5/11/64 at Yellow Tavern. Sent to Hilton Head, S.C., to be placed under fire 8/20/64. Took the oath at Ft. Delaware 6/16/65, resid. Pittsylvania Co. d. 10/25/95 near Alchie. WId. Mahala E, m. 9/16/63. 1913 listing noted "Capt. Mitchel was a very brave man." 

MOFFETT, JESSIE EPHRAIM: b. 1836. enl. 3/12/62 in Co. H as Cpl. Sick at hosp. since 10/23 on 11‑12/62 roll. Generally present after 2/28/63 roll. To Sgt on 11‑12/63 roll. Horse KIA 11/12/64 at Newtown. Reported by Richmond as deserter 3/1/65. Present on final 3/22/65 roll. Paroled 4/22/65 at Winchester, resid. Warrenton. d. 1913, bur. Camp Branch Church near Sedalia, Mo. "Jessee" in wartime signature. 

MOFFETT, JOHN T.: enl. 9/10/62 in Co. H. To Sgt. on 11‑12/62 roll. On detached service as scout with Frank Stringfellow 12/28/63‑4/10/64. Present on final 3/22/65 roll. Paroled 4/22/65 at Winchester, age 33. Resid. The Plains on ca. 1898 Fauquier Co. veterans census. 

MOFFETT, WALTER FRANKLIN: b. 9/21/45 at Washington. Aft. VMI. Conscript enl. 3/26/64 in Co. B. Prior service reportedly with Major Jed Hotchkiss in engineer party. KIA 5/11/64 at Yellow Tavern. 

MOGAN, CHARLES F‑, On postwar "original list" of Co. F. 

MONROE, JAMES. enl. 9/25/62 in Co. A. Deserted 1/15/62 at Ashby's Gap, Fauquier Co. 

MONROE, WILLIAM: Shown in Federal records as in Co. H, POW 7/21 (or 23)/63 at Chester Gap. Took the oath 9/23/63 at Old Capitol Prison and sent to Philadelphia, Pa., resid. Fauquier Co. No Confederate or postwar records. 

MOON, ELDRIDGE BRECKENRIDGE. b. 1841. enl. 4/1/64 in Co. G. Present until absent sick on final 3/22/65 roll. May be the E. B. Moon previously in Montague's Bn. Va. inf. Unofficial source says POW at Winchester, but no U.S. records on this. d. 3/15/19 at Roanoke. 

MOON, ELLIS M.: b. 1849 in Halifax Co. Att. Hillsboro Mil. Academy, N.C. enl. 4/1/64 in Co. G. POW 5/12/64 in Hanover Co., no parole record. in Richmond hosp. with debility ca. 6/30/64. Present on rolls for 7‑8/64 thru final 3/22/65 roll. Postwar sketch says went to Greensboro, N.C., to join Johnston, and paroled 4/65 in Danville. in tobacco business in Richmond 1877‑99. Brother of Thomas A. 

MOON, THOMAS A‑ enl. 8/19/61 in Co. G as Lt., age 27. Ten days leave to get co. clothing from 12/14/62. To Capt. 3/9/64. POW 5/11/64 at Yellow Tavern. Sent to Hilton Head, S.C., to be placed under fire 8/20/64. Took the oath 6/13/65 at Ft. Delaware. Known as 'Sandy." Accidentally killed 1869. Brother of Ellis M. 

MOON, WALTER LEAKE. b. 1/3/43 in Halifax Co. enl. 4/1/64 in Co. G. Clerk Previously in Montague's Bn. Va inf., Co. A. 53d Va. inf., then att. VMI. Wded. near Spotsylvania 5/7/64 by shell, right arm amputated. in Richmond hosp. 5/9‑‑5/21/64. Retired to invalid Corps 8/30/64. Farmer and in tobacco business at South Boston postwar, sheriff of Halifax Co. 1887. m. 1) Mary H. Russell 1865, 2) Eliza Chastain Carrington 1873. d. 12/30/09 at South Boston. 

MOORE, AMMISHADDAI, JR. b. 5/30/46 at "Upton," Clarke Co. enl. 7/25/62 in Co. D. in Charlottesville hosp. with bronchitis 1/16‑1/26/64. POW 5/12/64 at Yellow Tavern, escaped between Pt. Lookout and Elmira. Present on 9‑10/64 roll and final 3/22/65 roll. Grad. U.Va. in law, Lawyer at Berryville 1870‑1921. House of Delegates, presidential elector 1892 counsel and director Northern Va. Power Co., Pres. Bank of Clarke Co. m. 1) Comella Daniel Ellet, 2) Annie B. Cabell. d. 1/18/29, bur. Green Hill Cem., Berryville. Wrote history of Clarke Cav. in Gold's History of Clarke Co, Brother of Sgt. William Moore, Co. D. 

MOORE, FRANCIS: b. 10/22/42. enl. 6/26/61 in Co. D. AWOL since 12/3 on 11‑12/61 roll. d. 3/6/62 of disease contracted in service, bur. Green Hill Cem., Berryville. Known as "Frank." 

MOORE, FREDERICK: enl. 3/24/63 in Co. K Detailed as courier and scout for Gen. R. E. Lee 3/24/63 thru 7‑8/64 roll. AWOL on 9‑10/64 roll and final 1‑2/65 mil. Paroled 4/9/65 at Appomattox. 

MOORE, JOHN: enl. 9/1/63 in Co. B. Absent wded. since 5/11/64 on 7‑8/64 roll. Absent with leave on next roll, but AWOL since 12/16/64 on final 3/21/65 roll. Reported as deserter by Richmond 3/1/65. Paroled 4/29/65 at Winchester, age 21, resid. Flint Hill. Reportedly d. before 5/07. 

MOORE, ROBERT P.: On a postwar roster of Co. D. 

MOORE, NICHOLAS P‑ b. 2/18/41. enl. 4/21/61 in Co. D. Present until wded. 6/9/63 at Brandy Station. in Charlottesville hosp. 6/17‑7/19/63, then nurse there and furloughed. Retired to invalid Corps 10/25/64. Paroled 4/19/65 at Winchester. Farmer near Berryville postwar, "have a ball in my hyp." d. 7/25/38, bur. Green Hill Cem., Berryville. 

MOORE, WILLIAM BREWER: b. 10/9/39. enl. 5/15/61 in Co. D. To Cpl. on 5‑6/62 roll. To Sgt. on 9‑10/62 mil. Florae KIA 6/9/63 at Brandy Station. Always present until MWIA 3/30/65 at Five Forks. d. 4/1/65 but. Green Hill Cem, Berryville. Postwar roster says promoted to Lt. Brother of Ammi Moore. 

MOORE, WILLIAM F.: enl. 4/20/61 in Co. F as Cpl. Detached to QM Dept. 8/13/61 thru 1‑2/62 roll. Pvt., AWOL, on 5‑6/62 roll. No further record. 

MOORMAN, A. M.: On a postwar roster of (2d) Co. E as enl. 1861. No official record. 

MOORMAN, C. S. A. enl. 4/1/62 in (2d) Co. E. Discharged 8/16/62, age 22. Probably Identical to Charles Moorman on postwar muster. 

MOORMAN, SAMUEL A.: enl. 5/26/61 in (2d) Co. E as Sgt. Age 24 on 2/16/62 roll. Present on 5-6/62 roll. No further record. 

MORAN, JOHN: enl. 10/1/62 in Co. K Present until he deserted 11/21 or 12/21/62. 

MOREHEAD, JAMES MILTON: enl. 4/24/61 in Co. H. Farmer. To Lt 7/1/61. Absent with leave on 9‑10/61 roll. Sick furlough 1/1/63. Numerous absences until resignation 8/13/63 for fistula in ano. Major C. E. Flournoy wrote on 7/20/63 "he has done no duty for nearly a year with his co., & a much better man can be elected to fill his place. The service will be decidedly benefited by his resignation." 

MOREL, CHARLES H‑ b. in Savannah, Ga. enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. E, age 22. Clerk. Discharged for disability 7/22/62. Later in Co. B, 22d Bn. Ga. Art. and detailed to Signal Corps. 

MORELAND, JEREMIAH: enl. 7/24/61 in Co. A. Detailed as hosp. attendant since 11/25 on 11/61 return Detailed as teamster in QM Dept. or at brigade HO 12/11/62 thru 3/27/65 final roll. Paroled 4/21/65 at Winchester, age 36, signs by mark. Resid. Loudoun Co. Postwar sources say resid. Clarke Co., "discharged for inability after three years of faithful service." 

MORELAND, JOSEPH: enl. 10/1/62 in Co. F. Absent on furlough from 1/30/63, "supposed to have been taken prisoner." Absent on furlough to get horse on 7‑8/63 roll. Present on 11‑12/63 roll and 5/2/64 clothing roll. AWOL on 9‑10/64 mil. 

MORELAND, WILLIAM: enl. 9/10/62 in Co. A. Horse KIA 7/3/63 at Fairfield, Pa. Absent on furlough since 8/29 on 8/31/63 roll. Present on 11‑12/63 roll. Postwar roster says KIA at Yellow Tavern. 

MORGAN, DANIEL HENRY, enl. 4/28/62 in Co. D. POW 7/14/63 at Failing Waters, Md. (or 7/15/63 at Shepherdstown) as Sgt. Paroled 12/24/63 at Pt. Lookout. Present as Pvt. on 9‑10/64 roll. AWOL on final 3/22/65 roll. MWIA 4/1/65 at Five Forks. d. 4/8/65, age 30 years, 7 months, 6 days, bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, (W.) Va. 

MORGAN, JOHN: enl. 4/18/61 in Co. D. Present until POW 5/16/63 at Berry's Ferry. Paroled 5/20/63 at Ft. McHenry, Md. POW 2/22/64 at Berryville, age 26. Took the oath at Ft. Delaware 6/9/65. 

MORGAN, ROBERT P.: On a postwar roster of Co. D. 

MORGAN, THOMAS J.: enl. 4/22/61 in Co. K Absent sick at hosp. on 6/30/62 roll. Absent sick at hosp. from 12/16/62 until he d. at the General Receiving Hosp, Gordonsville, 3/30/63. Father John Morgan. 

MORGAN, WILLIAM CASTLEMAN: b. 1835 in Clarke Co. Att. U.Va. enl. 4/25/61 in Co. D. To Sgt. on 5-6/62 roll. Pvt. on 9‑10/62 roll. Horse KIA 10/11/63 at Brandy Station. Absent at brigade HQ on 9-10/64 roll. POW 1/17/65 near Berryville. Took the oath 6/10/65 at Elmira. Grad. U. Va., lawyer postwar. d. 12/17/09 in Martinsburg, W.Va., bur. Green Hill Cem., Berryville. 

MORRIS, AUGUSTINE M.: enl. 2/1/63 in Co. G. Absent, detailed as teamster at division HQ 11‑12/63 roll thru final 3/22/65 roll. 

MORRIS, E. S.: Only record is as member of Co. C, admitted to Richmond hosp. 2/5/65 and given 15 days furlough. 

MORRIS, WILLIAM G.: enl. 2/64 in Co. K Deserted 3/25/64 while disbanded. Paroled 4/20/65 at Millwood, age 33. 

MORRISON, GABRIEL, enl. 9/26/62 in Co. K in Richmond hosp. with intermittent fever 12/13‑12/26/62. AWOL sick on 7‑8/63 roll. Otherwise present until AWOL on final 1‑2/65 roll. Paroled at Winchester 5/6/65, age 26, resid. Rappahannock Co. 

MORTON, WILLIAM J.: enl. 5/4/61 in Co. I as Sgt., age 31. Farmer. in Orange hosp. 9/28‑11/1/61 with remittent fever. To Lt., date unknown. To Capt. on 11/62 return. On detached service on 12/62 return. Wded. in left index finger 5/31/64, and sent to Richmond hosp. 6/1‑6/4/64 ("age 28"). in Richmond hosp. with chronic diarrhea 9/1/64 and Charlottesville hosp. with debility 9/2‑9/19/64. KIA 10/9/64 at Tom's Brook. 

MOSES, W. A.: Only record Is of parole as a member of Co. F 5/15/65 at Staunton, age 28. 

MOUNTJOY, ALEXANDER: enl. 9/18/62 in Co. H. Present on rolls thru 2/28/63. No further record. 

MOUNTJOY, CHARLES, in Federal records as a member of Co. H, POW 7/2/64 at Berryville. Took the oath 5/11/65 at Ft. Warren, Mass., resid. Fauquier Co. No Confederate records. 

MOUNTJOY, JOHN WILLIAM b. 1/7/40. enl. 6/26/61 in Co. H. Farmer. At home sick 9/1‑10/23/61. On furlough 2/11‑3/15/62.  To Cpl. on 9‑10/62 roll, which has him absent, POW 9/22/62 at Paris (but no U.S. record of capture). Present on 11‑12/62 roll. To Pvt. on 11‑12/63 roll. Absent sick since 3/1 on 3/22/65 final roll. Paroled 4/25/65 at Winchester. On ca. 1898 Fauquier Co. veterans census. d. 12/11/23, bur. Warrenton Cem. 

MOUNTJOY, WILLIAM E‑ enl. 9/18/62 in Co. H. Present until detailed 11/15/62 to nurse William W. Franklin, who was sick at Linden. No further record. 

MUNNERLYN, JOHN D.: b. at Georgetown, S.C. enl. 9/17/61 in (1st) Co. F, age 18. Clerk. Discharged 12/28/62 for stricture of urethra, enlarged prostate, and irritability of the bladder, from which he had suffered for several years. Resid. Savannah, Ga. Later Pvt., Co. C, 18th Bn. Ga. inf. 

MURPHY, CHARLES: Shown on enlistment book for Rockingham Co. in Va. Hist. Soc. as in Co. C, a substitute for George W. Hedrick. Probably Identical to Samuel C. Murphy. 

MURPHY, SAMUEL C.: enl. 5/28/62 in Co. C. Ten days furlough from 12/27/62. Reported missing in 5/63 while on West Virginia trip. No further record. Probably identical to Charles Murphy. 

MURRAY, JOHN C‑ Shown in Federal records as in Co. C, a deserter who became a POW 8/26/63 at the Rappahannock River. Took the oath 9/26/63 at Old Capitol Prison, giving residence as Allegheny Co., Pa., and was forwarded to Philadelphia, Pa. No Confederate records. 

MURRAY, REUBIN J.: b. in Fauquier Co. enl. 4/24/61 in Co. H. Farmer. AWOL 1/20‑1/29/62. Detailed as courier at Madison C.H. on 5‑6/62 roll. AWOL since 8/25/63 on 7‑8/63 roll. Deserted and POW by Federals 12/3/63 in Fauquier Co. Joined USA 4/8/64 at Pt. Lookout and assigned to Co. G, 1st U.S. Vol. inf., age 27. Mustered out 5/21/66 at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. Farmer postwar at Springvale, Fairfax Co. d. 4/04. 

MURRAY, ROBERT P.: enl. 6/25/61 in Co. C. POW 9/22/62 at Paris and paroled. Absent paroled on 11/62 return. AWOL since Nov. on 12/62 return. To Cpl. 1/1/63. POW and wded. in flesh of right leg at Barnett's Ford, Rapidan Rim 2/6/64. Took tho oath 1/11/65 at Ft. Delaware. Absent, POW, on final ca. 3/30/65 roll. Railroad Engineer 1870. d; 7/12/89, age 52, bur. Thornrose Cem., Staunton. 

MURRY, JAMES, enl. 3/5/63 in Co. C. Present until AWOL on 9‑10/64 roll. Present on final ca. 3/30/65 roll. Also shown as Murray, Murray, Mury. 

MUSE, JOHN M.: Only mention Is in a record of paroled prisoners of the Federal Middle Military Dept., which shows a man of this name, no company given, surrendered at Cynthiana, Ky., paroled 5/8/65 at Danville, Va., former residence independence, Mo., and destination Somerset, Ky. 

MYERS, FREDERICK: enl. 12/8/61 in Co. A. Present until shown as "missing since fight at Strasburg" on 5‑6/62 roll. Shown as deserting at Woodstock 6/3/62 on 11/62 return. Shown as deserted, but name cancelled on 11‑12/62 roll. Presumably Identical to "Miers or Muyers, Henry, killed at Strasburg" on postwar rosier. 

MYERS, FREDERICK W.: enl. 4/1/62 in (2d) Co E. d. 5/12/62 at General Hosp. No. 1, Lynchburg, of rubeola. 

MYERS, GEORGE R.: enl. 4/1/62 in (2d) Co. E. Absent sick on 5-6/62 roll. Twenty days horse leave from 12/17/62 Wded. in left knee and sent to Charlottesville hosp. 9/30/64. d. 10/10/64 from hemorrhage resulting from his wd., bur. Confederate Soldiers' Cem., U.Va., Charlottesville. 

MYERS, JACOB: enl. 10/24/62. in Co. C. Absent with leave on 11/62 return. To Cpl. 1/1/63. On detail for homes 9/17‑9/25/63. Absent with leave since 12/29 on 11‑12/63 roll. POW 6/11/64 at Louisa C.H. Paroled 10/11/64 at Elmira. Received for exchange 11/15/64 at Venue Pt., Savannah River. 

MYERS, JAW& enl. 4/1/62 in (2d) Co. E. Absent sick on 5‑6/62 roll. Thereafter present until d. of disease at Morton's Ford 9/29/63, leaving neither wife, child, father, or mother. 

MYERS, JAMES W.: enl. 4/22/61 in Co. K. Present until shown on clothing rolls as in hosp. 5/21, 9/8 and 12/17/63. in Charlottesville hosp. with morbi cutis 1/7/64, transferred to Lynchburg 1/8/64. in hosp. 5/2/64. Wded. now Trevillian's Station 6/6/64. Present on 9-10/64 roll. AWOL on final 1‑2/65 roll. Paroled 4/21/65 at Edwards Ferry, Md. A man of this name (7/36‑2/6/10) Is bur. Leesburg Union Cem. 

MYERS, JOHN H.: enl. 4/10/64 in Co. K. AWOL in Loudoun Co. on 7-8/64 roll. Present on 9‑10/64 roll. AWOL on final 1‑2/64 roll. Paroled 4/25/65 at Harpers Ferry, (W) Va., age 20, signs by mark. 

MYERS, JOHN T.: enl. 5/28/61 in Co. C. Absent with leave from 2/27/63 on 1‑2/63 roll. POW 6/9/63 at Beverly Ford. Paroled 6/25/63 at Old Capitol Prison. POW 1/31/64 in Madison Co. Took the oath 6/10/65 at Ft. Delaware, resid. Rockingham Co. Many spellings of surname, including Meyers and Myers. 

MYERS, MAHLON L.: b. 1/30/40. enl. 5/22/61 in Co. K POW 8/5/61 at Point of Rocks. No record of parole, but paid by Confederates 3/9/62. POW again near Leesburg 10/3 (or 9)/62, paroled 10/13/62 at Ft. McHenry, Md. in Richmond hosp. 10/24‑10/30/62, then detailed as nurse. Present on 11‑12/62 roll thru 9-10/64 roll. AWOL on final 1‑2/65 roll. Paroled 4/18/65 at Edwards Ferry, Md., and again paroled and took the oath 4/22/65 at Harpers Ferry, (W.) Va. Farmer at Araby, Md., in 1886. d. 12/6/11, bur. Mt. Olivet Cem., Frederick Md. 

NALL, JAMES WILLIAM: b. 1/1/44. enl. 9/14/62 in Co. H. Previously enl. in Co. C, 8th Va. inf. Detailed as courier on 9‑10/62 roll. Absent sick since 12/15/62 on 11‑12/62 roll. Ordered to report to 8th Va. inf. 1/30/63. d. 9/6/21, bur. Antioch Baptist Church, Prince William Co. 

NEILL, DANGERFIELD FAUNTLEROY. b. 6/30/38. enl. 7/24/61 in Co. A as Sgt. Shown absent sick from 10/23/61 until present as Pvt. on 5-6/62 roll. Absent sick since 6/15/63 on 8/31/63 roll. Otherwise present until "deserted staying in Culpeper" on 7‑8/64 roll. d. 3/18/17, bur. Sharon Cem., Middleburg. Known as Fount Neill. 

NELSON, HUGH MORTIMER: b. 10/20/11 at "Mt. Air," Hanover Co. Grad. M. A. U.Va. Member Va. Secession convention. Appointed Capt. Co, D 7/21/61. Farmer. Dropped 4/20/62 when not re‑elected. To Lt. and aide do camp to Gen. R. S. Ewell 5/4/62. Sometimes referred to as Capt. and Major on Ewell's staff, but no official documentation found. d. 8/6/62, bur. Old Chapel Cem., Millwood. 

NELSON, THOMAS A.: b. in Fauquier Co. enl. 3/12/62 in Co. H. Wded. 7/3/63 at Fairfield, Pa. POW 7/21/63 at Chester Gap. Exchanged 2/13/65 from Pt. Lookout. Paroled 4/22/65 at Winchester, age 29. Farmer postwar at Dudie. d. 8/14/15 at Lee Camp Soldiers' Home, Richmond. 

NEVITT, HENRY CLAY. enl. 4/20/61 in Co. F. POW 5/24/61 opposite Georgetown, D.C., while acting as vidette on Potomac. Shown as returned on parole on 9‑10/61 roll, and as having taken the oath on 11‑12/61 roll. 

NEVITT, JOHN EDWARD: enl. 10/7/61 in Co. A. POW 6/9/63 at Brandy Station, paroled 6/25/63 at Old Capitol Prison. POW 9/13/63 near Culpeper. d. 9/7/64 at Pt. Lookout of chronic diarrhea, "some person unknown having assumed the name E. Nevitt was transferred to Elmira, N.Y," 8/16/64. Appears as Edward Nevitt on monument to Fairfax Co. dead. 

NEVITT, NAPOLEON B.: On postwar "original list" of Co. F, 

NEVITT, RICHARD L.: On postwar "original list" of Co. F. 

NEVITT, SAMUEL E.: On postwar "original list" of Co. F. 

NEVITT, THOMAS WILLIAM: b. in Fairfax Co. enl. 4/20/61 in Co. F. POW 3/18/62 at Manassas. Exchanged 8/5/62 at Alken's Ldg. To Cpl. on 77-8/64 roll. POW 6/11/64 at Louisa C.H. Transferred for exchange 10/11/64, but George W. Kyger came in his place. Took the oath 6/8/65 at Pt. Lookout. Postwar source states he allowed his brother to be released under this name. Resid. Pulaski Co. postwar. d. 9/10/21 at Lee Camp Soldiers' Home, Richmond, age 80, bur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond. 

NEVITT, WILLIAM HENRY. b. at Newington, Fairfax Co. enl. 4/20/61 in Co. F. POW 9/13/63 in Culpeper Co. Paroled 3/10/65 at Elmira, "unable to travel." Records show him paroled 4/20/65 at Appomattox and at New Market same day. Resid. Newlington 9/6/02 age 64 years 6 months. d. 2/23/20 at Lee Camp Soldiers' Home, Richmond, bur. Pohick Church Cem., Fairfax Co. 

NEWSY, JAMES M. P.: enl. 4/22/61 in Co. B, age 45. Farmer. Absent sick since 2/26/62 on 1‑2/62 roll. Present on 5‑6/62 roll. No further record. Reportedly d. before 5/07. 

NEWBILL, JAMES H.: enl. 1/18/62 in Co. G. Farmer. Detailed as teamster on 9‑10/62 roll and 11 and 12/62 returns. Transferred 11/14/63 to Co. A, 53d Va. inf. Wded. 5/10/64, d. 5/23/64, age 37. 

NEWELL, ___________: Only record is of absence from Co. H on furlough after horse on 12/62 return. Probably an error, meaning John A. Harrell (or Harrell). 

NEWMAN, HAMDEN A.: enl. 7/24/61 in Co. D. AWOL since 1/11/61 on 11‑12/61 roll, sentenced to lose $36. Absent sick on several later rolls. AWOL since 10/20/62 on 1‑2/63 roll. A letter of 12/31/62 stated that he lived in Kentucky before 1851, and might return there. Postwar motor says deserted. 

NEWMAN, JOHN T.: enl. 4/24/61 in Co. H. Clark. AWOL from 10/13/62 on 9‑10/62 roll. Sick absent "in the country" since 2/18 on 2/28/63 roll. POW 8/18/63 in Fauquier Co. Paroled 3/3/64 at Pt. Lookout. Paid as paroled prisoner 3/7/64, but shown as AWOL on later rolls thru 9‑10/64. 

NEWMAN, JULIUS E.:  att. U. Va. enl. 7/13/61 in Co. D. Present, except for 20 day sick furlough from 12/25/61, thru 5‑6/62 roll. Absent sick in hosp. in 9‑10/62 roll. in Charlottesville hosp. 12/3/62 with "Spermatorhea," and thereafter at Charlottesville hosp. as nurse, ward master, or other capacity thru hosp. roll dated 3/14/65. Erroneously on company rolls as POW from 7‑8/64 roll, and as deserter on postwar rosters. 

NICHOLAS, GEORGE M.: b. 3/1/43. enl. 5/28/61 in Co. C as Cpl. Farmer. in Harrisonburg hosp. 8/29/64. Otherwise present on all rolls until wded. and POW 1/11/65 at Beverly, W.Va. Lost leg at Beverly. Paroled 4/24/65 at Clarksburg. d. 8/5/12, bur. Port Republic Cem. on hill. 

NICHOLAS, SILAS C. K. b. 9/2/41 at Port Republic. enl. 5/28/61 in Co. C as Cpl. AWOL on 9‑10/62 roll. To Sgt. 1/1/63. POW 2/1/64 in Madison Co. Paroled 9/28/64 at Ft. Delaware. On clothing roll as paroled prisoner 10/11/64. KIA 3/15/65 at Ashland, bur. Port Republic Cem. on Hill. At this writing his terse prison diary Is in the collection of William Turner of Clinton, Md. Brother of George M. 

NICHOLAS. GEORGE WASHINGTON: enl. 3/1/61 in Co. B. He and his horse KIA 5/23/62 at Front Royal. Wife Melvina. 

NIGHTINGALE, WILLIAM A.: enl. 11/14/61 in Co. A. Present until AWOL on 5‑6/62 roll. 

NUCKLE, WILLIAM: Only records are a report of casualties dated 7/18/63 which shows him in Co. C, KIA 7/3/63 at Fairfield, Pa, and a register of casualties with the same information. 

NUCKOLS, JESSE: enl. 4/1/62 in (2d) Co. E. Sick in camp on 5-6/62 roll. d. 7/15/62. Brother of Josiah J. 

NUCKOLS, JOHN EDWARD: b. 1836 in Pittsylvania Co. enl. 5/27/61 in (2d) Co. E. Present on all rolls thru final 3/4/65 roll. d. 8/9/18 in Pittsylvania Co. 

NUCKOLS, JOSIAH JOSEPH: b. in Pittsylvania Co. enl. 4/1/62 in (2d) Co. E in Richmond hosp. 4/9/64. Horse KIA at Winchester 9/19/64. On scout for 12 days beginning 10/28/64. Otherwise present on all rolls thru final 3/4/65 roll. Resid. Rondo, age 70, on 5/1/00, claiming exposure and slight wd. d. 4/25/24 at Lee Camp Soldier's Home, Richmond, bur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond. 

NUNN, WILLIAW. Shown in Co, G clothing book as discharged. 

NUNNALLEY, JOHN A.:  b. in Halifax Co. enl. 3/16/62 in Co. G, age 30. Farmer. Resid. Wolftrap, Halifax Co. d. 4/24/62. at Richmond of pneumonia. WId. Mary E., m. 1855 or 1856.

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Reference: 6th Va. Cavalry-The Virginia Histories Series--By Michael P. Musick. 1st Edition 1990.