9th Cavalry Regiment

Surnames A-B

ADIE HUGH, JR.: b. Delaware. Farmer. EnI. 4/21/61 as Sgt.. Co. A. Age 23. To Lt. ‑ 12/18/62. POW ‑ 9/9/62; paroled 9/27/62. Present into late 1864, then on detached duty with provost marshal into 1865. d. 3/30/1918 in Stafford, age 80. 

ALDERSON, GEORGE D.: enl. 9/1/62 in Co. D. Present thru 4/64, then absent sick at home in Lancaster Co., eventually shown as AWOL.

 ALLENSWORTH, JAMES J.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. Age ‑ 29. Present thru 1862. On detached duty as mail carrier in King George, 1/4/63. POW in King George, 5/25/63; paroled in June. POW in Culpeper Co., 9/13/63; released from Elmira on 6/19/65. 

ALLENSWORTH, WILLIAM B.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. Age ‑ 28. Farmer. Discharged for disability, 3/11/62. d. in Fredericksburg, 12/9/1908, age 75. 

ALLISON, JAMES: enl. 6/28/61 in Co. H. Sick during the first winter. To Sgt ‑ 5/2/62. KIA at Barbour's Cross Roads,  1/12/62.

 ALRICH, JOHN ROBERTS: b. Odessa, Del., 8/11/30. Farmer. enl. 3/5/62 in Co. E. Courier for Stuart, Sept. 1862 onward, then served as Ordnance Sgt. at Cavalry Corps HO. Present thru Oct. 1864 final roll. Lived in the midst of Chancellorsville Battlefield. d. Spotsylvanla Co., 7/18/1907.

 ALSOP, ALBERT B.: b. 1820. enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A. POW at New Market, Md., 10/13/62; paroled within a week. MWIA on 5/22/64, d. Aug. 1st in Richmond hospital. bur. Hollywood Cemetery.

 ALSOP, WILLIAM S.: Appointed to be Assistant Commissary, 4/4/62. He was later relieved of command, but restored to duty on 3/12/63. There are no other records at all in this highly unsatisfactory file.

 AMBOLD, EARNEST A.: enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B, age 25. Detailed as a clerk in the Medical Purveyor's Office beginning in 7/63. Sick in hospital from July 1864 through final records in 2/65. d. before 1885.

 AMISS, JOSEPH M.: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. To Sgt. ‑ Jan. 1862. To Lt. ‑ 12/20/62. Absent sick, 9/63 thru 10/64. Paroled at Farmville, 4/28/65. 

ANDERSON, ALFRED A.: enl. 12/8/62 in Co. B‑ Present until detailed in 7/64 as Courier to Genl. Chambliss. Merchant in Bowling Green in 1885.

 ANDERSON, Hansford: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H. To Cpl. ‑ 1/12/62. Wded. in hip at Brandy Station, 6/9/63. POW at Weldon R.R., 10/11/64; exchanged 2/10/65. Paroled in Richmond, 5/3/65.

 ANDERSON, PETER: enl. 6/11/62 in Co. H, as substitute for A.H. Jones. Charged for losing his Sharps carbine in action during 6/62. KIA at Brandy Station, 6/8/63. Soon thereafter, a special order came transferring him to C.S. Navy!

ANDERSON, ROBERT G.: enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B as Sgt., age 23. Present thru 3/62, then no further record.

 ANDREWS, CHARLES H.: enl. 10/1/62 in Co. B. Present at most rolls until absent sick 9/64 thru 1/65 final record. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/15/65. Farmer in Essex Co. in 1904.

ANDREWS, J.B.: enl. 3/1/63 in Co. F. Absent sick and without leave, 7/64 thru 10/64. No further record until paroled at Bowling Green, 5/5/65.

 ANDREWS, JOHN J.: enl. 3/10/62 in Co. B. Absent sick, 1/63 thru 12/63. Present at 9/64 last roll. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/3/65. d. before 1885.

 ANDREWS, THOMAS B.: enl. 10/24/62 in Co. F. Present every roll thru 10/64 last roll. Paroled at Ashland on 4/27/65.

 ANDREWS, WILLIAM L.: enl. in 30th Virginia Infantry in 4/61, age 31. Discharged from the 30th and enl. in Co. B, 9th Cavalry, on 1/1/63. Present on all rolls thru 9/64 last roll. Farming in Caroline Co. in 1885. d. Aug. 1895 in Caroline. bur. Greenlawn Cemetery, Bowling Green.

 ANDREWS, WILTON C.: enl. 10/1/62 in Co. B. Present into 1864, then AWOL at last roll of record. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/15/65. d. in Caroline Co., 2/7/1909, age 62.

 APPERSON, RICHARD C.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H, as Sgt. Discharged for disability, 8/11/61.

 APPLEBY, ROBERT: enl. 3/10/62 in Co. a. Discharged in Sept. or Oct. 1862, due to detective hearing.

 ARMES, R.J.: enl. 9/6/63 in Co. G. Present thru 9/30/64 last roll.

 ARMSTRONG, JOHN W.: an[. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Missing on 4/18/62 after a skirmish with the enemy. No further record at all.

 ARMSTRONG, MAHLON: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Deserted on 4/18/62. d. 2/6/1918 in Richmond, age 80.

 ARMSTRONG, W. THOMAS: enl. 1/1/64 in Co. A. KIA near Charles City, 6/24/64.

 ARNOLD, JULIAN: enl. 8/8/63 in Co. A. No further record found.

 ARNOLD, THOMAS J.: ant. 6/22/61 in Co. C. Transferred to Co. I, 3/12/63. AWOL in King George, 5/63 thru 11/63. AWOL again 8/16/64 thru 9/28/64. No further record.

 ARRINGTON, S.F.: ant. 2/1/64 in Co. A. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll.

ARVIN, GEORGE T.: ant. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Age 21 in 5/62. Farmer. Present thru 9/30/64 final roll. Listed on a 6/27/65 list of refugees and rebel deserters in D.C., and furnished transportation to Now Orleans.

 ARVIN, MARCELLUS: enl. Co. G, 6/7/61. Present on most rolls until absent sick in late 1864. Returned to duty from hospital, 2/7/65. Age 23 in 4/62. Farmer.

 ARVIN, MORTIMER L.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Absent sick during the first year, then present thru 9/30/64 last roll. Paroled at Burkesville Jct., April 14‑17,1865.

 ARVIN, THOMAS J.: enl. 2/7/63 in Co. G. Present usually thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled 4/15/65, no place shown.

 ASHBY, GEORGE ROBERT: b. 1831. enl. 7/20/61 in Co. A. Detached for service as courier to Genl. Field, 9/62 thru 2/63. Detailed with Maj. Fitzhugh on QM duty, 7/63 thru 10/6/64 last roll. Paroled at Alexandria, 5/21/65. d. 4/25/1911 in Stafford, age 79.

 ASHBY, THOMAS: enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A, age 23. Farmer. Present on most rolls thru 10/6/64 final roll.

 ASHTON, BURDITT WASHINGTON: b. King George, 2/27/40. sit. U.Va. enl. 5/5/62 in Co. C. Missing at Getty burg, 7/3/63, never heard from again and presumed dead.

 ASHTON, CHARLES HENRY: b. King George, 3/15/43. ant. 7/14/61 in Co. C Present steadily thru 10/1/64 final roll. Lawyer, judge and Va. legislator post‑war. d. Alexandria, 1/17/1907.

 ASHTON, GEORGE D.: enl. 10/3/61 in Co. I as Lt., age 35. Shown on Sept.‑Oct. 1862 roll as "dropped." Voluntarily took the oath in 1863, but was imprisoned at Ft. Delaware even so. in May 1865 he was still pleading for release and swear. ing that he had been loyal to the U.S. throughout the war.

 ASHTON, HORACE D.: b. 1/18/1821. Shown on rolls as Acting Asst. Surgeon in Co. I, 11/61 thru 2/62. There are no records to show enlistment, discharge or much of anything else. d. 1/16/1894. 

ASHTON, LEWIS ALEXANDER: b. 1833. enl. 3/1/62 in Co. E. Present until discharged for disability on 4/27/63, age 29. Farmer. Discharge was "because of injury to the spine received during Stuart's raid around McClellan's Army." d. 1893. 

ASKINS, B.W.: enl. 3/1/62 in Co. I, age 50. Absent sick almost continuously from 1/63 to the end of the war, sometimes without leave. 

ATKINS, JAMES THOMAS: enl. 2/10/63 in Co. F. POW near Fredericksburg, 4/30/63; paroled from Ft. Delaware in May. Present thru 10/1/64 last roll.

 ATKINSON, WILLIAM M.: enl. 5/3/62 in Co. G. Present thru 1/18/65 final roll.

 ATWILL, BENJAMIN BROWN: enl. 9/10/62 in Co. C. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled in Westmoreland Co., 5/5/65. Wded. at Hawes' Shop, 5/28/64.

 AVERETT, CHAPPELL E.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Absent sick almost continuously until discharged on 5/20/62. Age at discharge 43. Farmer. m. Mary Neal, 1843.

 BABER, THOMAS BERRY, JR.: b. 9/21/27. att. VMI. Farmer. enl. 3/13/62 in Co. C. Absent sick from 1/63 onward and eventually dropped from the rolls. Paroled at King George C.H., 5/2/65. d. 10/31/72 on the Northern Neck. 

BAGBY, WILLIAM: enl. 11/5/63 in Co. H. KIA on 7/15/64.

 BAILEY, JAMES W.: enl. 3/5/62 in to. A. Absent sick, 6/1/63 thru 10/6/64 final roll.

 BAIRD, EDWARD ROUZEE: b. 1840. enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, as Sgt. Detailed as volunteer aide to George E. Pickett on 2/19/62. Lt. and a.d.c. to Pickett on 5/21/62 and still with Pickett in Feb. 1865. Alive in 1922.

 BAKER, CECIL: enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B, as Lt., age 20. Absent under arrest, 8/1/63 thru 10/10/63, no cause cited. KIA in Charles City Co., 6/25/64.

 BAKER, EUGENE: b. Winchester, 1838. enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B, as Sgt., age 22. Became Ordnance Sgt. for the regiment, 9/62. Promoted Captain and QM of the regiment vice Forbes, 5/12/63. Paroled 4/15/65. Sheriff of Jefferson Co. d. Leetown, W.Va., Jan. 1903. 

BAKER, HENRY CAMILUS: enl. 7/22/61 in Co. C. Promoted to Cpl. in May 1862. Present thru final roll in Oct. 1864. POW in Amelia Co., 4/3/65; released from Pt. Lookout, 6/10/65.

 BAKER, JAMES P.: enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A, age 34. Dropped from service when he passed the conscription age in 1862.

 BAKER, JAMES T.C.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. Died in hospital near Hanover, 6/30/62.

 BALDERSON, GRAHAM: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Present steadily thru 9/1/64 final roll. Paroled at Westmoreland C.H., 5/5/65.

 BALDERSON, JOHN W.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Discharged for disability, 5/10/62, age 27. d. Nov. 1920.

 BALDERSON, RANSDELL: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. AWOL from July 1862 thru Aug. 1863, then no further record.

 BALDERSON, ROBERT B.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Present thru March 1862, then no further record.

 BALDERSON, THOMAS: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Present thru 9/1/64 final roll, then transferred to Co.  B, 40th Va‑ Inf. during Sept. 1864.

 BALL, HORACE L.: Although there is no official service record on this man, convincing informal sources show him as a member of Co. D. Died in Northumberland County in 1911 or 1912.

 BALL, JAMES H.: Transferred to Co. K. on 2/18/63 from Purcell Artillery (Va.), in exchange for John Cash. Paroled at King George C.H., 5/1/65. 

BALL, JAMES KENDALL: b. 7/16/1823. enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D, as Lt. Recommended for promotion by Col. Beale in 1864, in vain. Present into Feb. 1865, when records cease. d. 7/7/1895 in Lancaster Co. bur. St. Mary's White Chapel. 

BALL, JOHN F.: enl. 5/20/61 in Co. A. Died of typhoid, 10/16/61.

 BALL, THOMAS: enl. 9/3/63 in Co. Dr. POW in Northumberland Co., 7/3/64; exchanged from Pt. Lookout, 1/17/65. Alive in 1888. Sall's daughter married Alfred I. du Pont of the wealthy Delaware family. b. 12/10/36 d. 5/11/17. Member of Texas Legislature Post War.

BALL, WILLIAM LEE: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Present at 10/20/64 final roll, having been briefly absent three times due to sickness during the war.

 BALLARD, CAMDEN B.: enl. 9/7/64 in Co. E. Student. Discharged for disability, 2/4/65, age 21.

 BARBER, ELLISON W.: enl. 12/24/61 in Co. C, age 26. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll.

 BARBER, JOHN E.: enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Always present thru 10/6/64 final roll.

 BARBER, THOMAS M.: enl. 2/14/63 in Co. C. Killed at Brandy Station, 6/9/63.

 BARKER, ANDREW B.: enl. 3/1/62 in Co. I, age 16. Died sometime well before Dec. 1863.

 BARKER, GEORGE W.: enl. March 1862 in Co. I. Died sometime well before 12/63.

 BARKER, LEONARD: enl. 3/2/62 in Co. K. Absent wded., 9/63 thru 12/63. Present at 9/1/64 last roll. Paroled on Northern Neck, 5/8/65. 

BARNES. ALPHEUS: enl. 3/27/62 in Co. D. Charged for the loss of gun and saber soon after enlistment. Absent sick or without leave, 5/62 thru 10/62. Wded. and POW at Upperville, 6/21/63. Wded. 8/16/64 and absent as far as the records extend. Paroled on Northern Neck, 4/29/65.

 BARNES, JOSEPH DEAN: b. ca. 1845. all. VMI. enl. 1/11/63 in Co. G. Absent sick on all rolls from enlistment until discharged by order of Gov. Smith, 6/16/64. Physician after the war. Died ca. 1875 in D.C.

 BARNES, PETER B.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. To Cpl. on 1/31/62 Discharged for disability on 5/12/62. age 23. Occupation "collector." Only 5' 1" tall. Had various light duty and civil roles later in the war.

 BARNES, WILLIAM H.: enl, 4/8/64 in Co. G. Hospitalized 5/64 thru 8/64 and 2/65‑3/65.

 BARNETT, LEVI: enl. 5/1/64 in Co. D. Sick from enlistment thru 8/64, then present at 10/20/64 final roll.

 BARRETT, LUCIUS J.: enl. 2/1/64 in Co. D‑ Sick in hospital, 5/64 thru 10/20/64 final roll.

 BARROW, W.H.: Conscript assigned to Co. G on 8/29/64. Present thru 1/18/65 final roll.

 BARTON, GREEN H.: enl. 9/15/62 in Co‑ E. Wded. in arm and POW at Bailey's Cross Roads, 1/15/62; exchanged 12/1/62. Returned from wounded furlough in 5/63. Private manuscripts show him as having been killed at Mine Run, 11/63.

 BASSET, GEORGE WASHINGTON: b. 3/23/31. att. U. Va. Teacher. enl. 8/11/61 in Co. H, as Lt. Dropped, 4/29/62, presumably at reorganization of the company. d. Hanover Co., 8/25/1886.

 BASYE, HENRY: enl. 3/27/62 in Co. D. Present on all rolls until May 1864, from which time thru 10/20/64 final roll, Basye was either sick or AWOL. No further record.

 BASYE, RICHARD T.: enl. 3/14/62 in Co. K, as Cpl, To Sgt. in 11/62. Reduced to the ranks as a private, 7/64. Present at 9/1/64 final roll. Paroled in Northumberland Co., 5/8/65.

 BASYE, WILLIAM: enl. 3/27/62 in Co. D. Absent sick, 7/62 thru 12/62. Present at 10/20/64 final roll. Paroled on Northern Neck, 5/13/65.

 BATES, BURTON B.: enl. 4/6/62 in Co. C. Died in Essex Co., 2/23/63.

 BATTAILE, JOHN: enl. 3/6/62 in Co. B. Present steadily until sent to the hospital on 9/1/64. No further war record. Farming in Caroline Co. in 1904.

 BATTAILE, WILLIAM T. EUGENE: enl. 4/1/64 in Co. C. Hospitalized in Richmond on 10/29/64 for a shell wound in the side. Deserted from the hospital on 11/21/64. Paroled at Westmoreland C.H., 5/5/66.

 BAUGH, WILLIAM J.: enl. Co. G, 6/7/61. Wded. in arm on 6/1/64. Present thru 9/30/64 final roll. POW at Amelia C.H., 4/3/65; released 6/23/65.

 BAYLOR, ROBERT PAYNE: b. 6/14/1840. Student. enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F. To Cpl., 5/13/62. Absent sick, 10/18/62 until 3/18/63, when he left service by furnishing a substitute. d. 6/2/1872. bur. St. Anne's Church, Essex Co.

 BEACHAM, JAMES A.: enl. 1/13/62 in Co. K. Present until AWOL on 3/15/64, and still AWOL at final roll.

 BEADLES, M.R.: enl. 3/1/64 in Co. H. Shown as absent sick on 10/6/64 last roll. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/16/65. 

BEALE, ALBERT S.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. Present until 1/64, when he was "detailed to assist Capt. Baker in the Northern Neck."  No further record.

 BEALE, BUSHROD B.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. Always present thru 10/1/64 final roll. Killed 10/27/64.

 BEALE. GEORGE WILLIAM: b‑ 8/21/1842. enl. 5/25/61 in CCo. C, as Sgt. To Lt. on 12/9/62. Absent sick, 4/64 to 5/64. Wded. in left thigh on 2/6/65. Baptist preacher after the war and author of many war writings. d. 7/15/1921.

 BEALE, RICHARD CHANNING: b. 5/30/1846. Transferred to Co. C. on 8/28/61, from Brockenbrough's Battery (Va.). Detailed to serve as orderly to Col. Beale (his father) on  10/17/62; still shown as so detailed at 10/1/64 final roll. POW in Westmoreland Co‑ 2/14/63. Became a judge in Texas and died in Corsicana, 6/9/1889. 

BEALE, RICHARD LEE TURBERVILLE: b. 5/22/1819. att. U.Va. enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C, as Lt. Elected Capt., 7/5/61, vice T.S. Garnett who was promoted. To Major ‑ 11/61. Elected Lt. Col., 4/29/62. Promoted Colonel, to rank from 9/16/62, but dated 9/16/64, accepted 10/22/64 and confirmed 1/5/65. Appointed Brigadier General, 1/6/65. Meanwhile, he had been wded. and admitted to hospital as a result on 9/17/63. Paroled at Ashland, 4/27/65. Served in the Virginia Senate and the U.S, House of Representatives. d. Hague, 4/21/1893.

 BEALE, ROBERT: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. To Sgt. ‑ 11/61. Reduced to the ranks as a private, early in 1862. AWOL, 3/25/63 thru 1/11/63. Detailed on QM duty on Northern Neck, 11/63 until discharged on 6/1/64.

 BEALE, ROBERT HUNTER: b. 7/6/44. enl. 8/26/62 in Co. C. Detailed as an orderly to Col. Beale (his father) on 10/17/62, and shown on that detail thru the 1/19/65 final roll. Lawyer and judge in Westmoreland Co. d. 10/27/1905.

 BEANE, GEORGE EDWARD: enl. 4/12/62 in Co. D. Farmer. Discharged for disability on 8/9/62, age 18. Still living in 1929.

 BEAZLEY, EPHRAIM: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, age 42. Farmer. POW at Williamsport, 9/15/62; exchanged 11/10/62. Present at 10/1/64 final roll.

 BEAZLEY, GEORGE P.: Transferred into Co. G on 3/15/63. Wded. near White's Tavern, Henrico Co., 8/16/64. Present at 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled at Richmond, 4/65.

 BEAZLEY, JAMES A.: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Present on all rolls until mortally wounded at Boonsboro on 9/15/62 and died two days later.

 BEAZLEY, J.O.: enl. 6/26/64 in Co. F. AWOL in 1864. Hospitalized with scabies, 3/8/65.

 BEAZLEY, JOSEPH 0.: Entered Co. D on 4/1/63 as a substitute for T.M. Wiatt. Paroled in Richmond, 5/3/65.

 BEERY, MICHAEL A.: enl. 3/10/62 in Co‑ A. Absent sick, 9/62 thru 4/63, then present to 10/6/64 final roll.

 BELFIELD, JOHN DAINGERFIELD: enl. 8/22/61 in Co. K, as Lt. Present thru 2/62, then no further record.

 BELFIELD, R.L.: The only record of this man is his parole from Co. K, at Richmond, on 4125/65.

 BELL, ADAM: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Farmer. Absent sick from the outset, and apparently never served with his company sick  before he was discharged for disability (lung disease), on 2/4/62, age 21.

 BELL, BENJAMIN ASHLEY: enl. 9/25/61, age 21, in Co. A. Wded. on 6/19/63. Absent sick, 11/63 thru 10/6/64 final roll. No further record.

 BELL, JAMES W.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Present at every roll thru 6/64, then no further official records exist. Two unofficial sources state that he was killed in action.

 BELL, JOHN F.: enl. 5/20/61 in Co. A, age 18. Died of typhoid, 10/16/61.

 BELL, JOSEPH M.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Absent wded. on May, June 1864 muster roll, and still carried thus on July-August roll, the lost of record.

 BENNETT, MARSHALL CLAY: enl. 3/6/62 in Co. A. To Cpl. on 12/1/62. Present at 10/6/64 final roll, but on 2/25/66, he was reported as being AWOL in Fauquier Co.

 BENSON, HENRY CLAY: enl. 7/15/63 in Co. C, after having served in Co. I, 4th Virginia Cavalry, in 1861. Detailed to ordnance duty in Richmond in 1864, and still serving there in 3/65. Died in Gurley, Ala., 1/1/1891.

 BENTLEY, JOHN B.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, age 18. Farmer. Present on every roll but one, thru 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled in Richmond, 4/27/65. Wounded in Oct. 1863 near Manassas.

BENTLEY, WILBERT 0.: enl. 7/15/64 in Co. F. Wded. at Malvern Hill, 7/29/64. Also wded. in 2/65. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/6/65.

 BERKELEY, WILLIAM W.: enl. 2/14/62 in Co. H, as a substitute for William H. Berkeley of King & Queen Co. Detailed as courier to Genl. Jackson in 6/62. Absent, injured by fall from horse, 6/63 thru 12/63. Present thru 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled at Mechanicsville, 4/28/65.

 BERNARD, WILLIAM ROBERTSON: b. 12/17/1825. Farmer. enl. 11/17/61 in Co. B. Discharged by order of the Secretary of War, 8/1/63. Died at Gaymont, Caroline Co., 4/13/1881, and buried there.

 BERRY, CHARLES ASHTON: b. 9/12/1831. enl. 12/21/61. Detailed as wagoner during most of his service. AWOL late in 1863 and twice during 1864, including at the 10/10/64 final roll. POW, 1/26/63; paroled 3/29/63. d. 12/11/1871.

BERRY, JOHN: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. Discharged for disability on 4/9/62, age 32.

 BETTS, GUSTAVUS A.: b. Oct. 1829. enl. 3/27/62 in Co. D. Absent sick, 10/19/62 thru 1/63. Absent sick and/or AWOL during much of 1864. Paroled on Northern Neck, 5/2/65, age 35. Died near Heathsville, 4/12/1907. 

BETTS, LUTHER RUPTON: b. 4/27/1844. att. VMI. enl. 5/19/64 in Co. D. Present thru 10/20/64 final roll. Paroled on Northern Neck, 5/2/65. Merchant at Heathsville, where he died 7/18/1913.

 BETTS, OLIVER HARRISON: b. 1841. gr. VMI. enl. 1/18/61 in Co. D. Became lieutenant in a staff department early in 1862. Later in the war he sought, in vain, appointment as an engineer. Died in St. Louis of cholera in 1865.

 BEVERLEY, FRANCIS CORBIN: b. 11/21/1820. enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E, as Captain. Resigned 8/25/61. d. 3/11/1902. Buried at Whig Hill, Spotsylvanla Co.

 BEVERLEY, JAMES G.: enl. 3/1/62 in Co. E. Absent sick on every muster roll from Sept. 1862 to the end of the war. 

BEVERLEY, JOHN G.: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Present on all rolls except for three brief absences due to sickness. Sought a commission as lieutenant, in vain. POW on South Side Railroad, 4/6/65; paroled at Newport News, 7/1/65. 

BILLINGSLEY, CHARLES: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. Discharged for disability, 5/3/62, age 18.

 BILLINGSLEY, JOHN A.: enl. Sept. 1861 in Co. I, as Lt. Promoted Capt. in May or June 1863. POW at Fredericksburg, 12/6/62; exchanged, 3/31/63. POW at Hanover, 6/30/63; exchanged 3/9/64. Absent sick from that time thru final records in 1/65. Paroled at King George C.H., 5/2/65. 

BILLINGSLEY, JOSEPH F.: enl. 12/6/61 in Co. I. Age 24 in March 1862. AWOL from 5/63 thru 2/64. POW on 1/31/63 in King George. Absent wounded in 6/64. Hospitalized with gunshot wound on 10/24/64. Final record is of his absence on 11/30/64 on surgeon's certificate.

 BIRD, RICHARD CLAY; enl.  7/20/61 in Co. F. Wded. by gunshot in foot at Charlottesville on 12/13/63. Bird was absent as a result of this wound through the final roll, on 10/1/64. Paroled at Ashland, 4/27/65.

 BISCOE, JOHN E.: enl. 1/19/61 in Co. K, as Bugler. Absent sick, 5/62 thru 8/62 and again 11/63 thru 12/63. Present on all other rolls thru 9/64 final roll. POW at Amelia Cross Roads, 4/3/65; released June 21st.

 BISCOE, MELVILLE: enl. 6/16/61, in Co. D. Detailed to serve as Asst. Commissary in Pander's North Carolina Brigade, 4/6/62 thru 5/63. Present then thru 10/20/64 final roll.

 BISHOP, C.C.: Conscript, mustered into Co. G, 8/12/64. Present at 9/30/64 last roll. Paroled at  Blacks and  Whites, 4/18/65.

 BISHOP, J.H.: Conscript, mustered into Co. G, 8/12/64. Present at 1/18/66 final roll on which he is mentioned.

 BLACKBURN, FAYETTE H.: enl. 6/22/61 in Co. H. Absent sick, 9/61 thru 3/62. Wounded at Brandy Station, 6/9/63; returned to duty in 9/63. Present then thru 10/6/64 final roll.

 BLACKWELL, EDGAR: b. 8/11/1842. Farmer. enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. POW near Petersburg, 10/29/62; exchanged, 12/2/62. Present at most musters thru 10/20/64 final roll. Paroled at Northumberland C.H., 5/9/65. Died at Wicomico Church, 7/19/1924. 

BLACKWELL, HIRAM HARDING: b. 4/17/1844. enl. 3/12/62 in Co. D. Wded. at Catlett's Station, Aug. 1862; returned to duty in Jan. 1863. Absent on horse detail at 10/20/64 final roll. Sick in hospital in Jan. 1865. Paroled on Northern Neck, 5/2/65. Merchant and farmer. d. Remo, Va., 6/15/1921.

 BLACKWELL, MOREAU: enl. 2/1/64 in Co. D. Present thru 10/20/64 final roll. Paroled at Northumberland C.H., 5/9/65, age 19. Farmer. Alive in 1924 in Reedville.

 BLACKWELL, ROBERT A.: enl. 8/1/62 in Co. G. Absent sick, 11/62 thru 9/63. Present at 1/18/65 final roll. Paroled on 4/16/65,

 BLACKWELL, THOMAS: enl. 1/20/64 in Co. G. Died of typhoid at Gordonsville Charily Hospital, 6/18/64.

 BLUEFORD, ROBERT: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. AWOL from May 1862 until transferred to Co. K, 30th Virginia Infantry, on 2/12/63. Meanwhile, he had been charged for "loss of arms."

BOGGS, CHARLES A.: Chaplain of the regiment. Appointed 4/10/62. Resigned 3/28/64.

 BOLLING, JOHN E.: enl. 1/29/63 in Co. G. Farmer. Absent sick, 7/63 thru 2/64. Hospitalized for gunshot wound, 3/6/64. Discharged for disability (due to consumption), 4/30/64, age 32. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/17/66. 

BOLLING, STITH: b. 2/28/1836. Merchant. enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G, as Sgt. To Lt., 4/28/62. To Capt., 1/17/63. Wded. in the head at Morton's Ford, 10/11/63; returned to duty in 2/64. Wded. in thigh ca. 5/24/64. Later in 1864 he was on detached service at Brigade HQ. Paroled on 4/15/65. Bolling was warmly recommended for promotion to be Lt, Col., 24th Virginia Cavalry, by Col. Waller, Genl. Chambliss, Genl. W.H.F. Lee and other prominent officers, but did not receive the post. He served on the staff of Fitzhugh Lee for a time in 1863. Served after the war in the Virginia House of Delegates. Postmaster of Petersburg for more than twenty years. d. Petersburg, 11/1/1916.

 BOSWELL, HENRY E.: enl. 1/29/63 in Co. G. Injury to his spine at Kelly's Ford, suffered about 6/1/63, kept Boswell out of service through the end of the war with partial paralysis. He was officially retired from service on 9/6/64, 

BOSWELL, JOHN T.: b. 10/22/1832. enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. To Cpl., ca. 11/62. Absent sick, 9/63 thru last roll in 9/64. Reduced to private on 4/1/64. d. 1/14/1898.

 BOSWELL, THOMAS R.: enl. 5/5/62 in Co. G. Absent sick at two rolls, otherwise present on all records thru 1/18/65 final roll. POW at Aberdeen Church. 4/3/65.

 BOTTOMS, WILLIAM T.: enl. 3/18/62 in Co. K. No further record at all.

 BOUGHTON, CHARLES H.: enl. 3/27/62 in Co. F. Absent sick most of the time from Aug. 1862 until discharged for disability on 10/3/63.

BOUGHTON, JOHN L.: enl. 7/20/61 in Co. F, age 44. Farmer. Present thru Oct. 1861, then no further record.

 BOUGHTON, LEONIDAS R.: enl, 6/10/61 in co. F. Left camp on 7/20/62 with a 10‑day leave and never came back. Finally was dropped due to disability (phthisis) on 3/22/66, age 19. Student.

 BOUGHTON, THOMAS A.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, age 48. Farmer. Discharged for disability (internal hemorrhage), 2/3/62.

 BOULWARE, AUBIN LEE: b. 12/27/1843. enl. 6/20/62 in Co. H. Absent wded., 7/63 thru 12/63. Absent sick at 10/6/64 final roll and in hospital in 3/65. Paroled 5/5/66 at Bowling Green. Highly recommended for appointment as a cadet by superiors and leading Caroline Co. citizens, but in vain. Lawyer and banker in Richmond. d. 6/12/1897. 

BOULWARE, GEORGE T.: Only record is of his parole, from Co. E, at Bowling Green on 5/3/65. Alive in 1904 in Caroline Co. 

BOULWARE, GRAY: enl. 3/10/62 in Co. B. No further record. d. 2/14/1895 in Topeka, Kansas, age 72.

 BOULWARE, JAMES ELLIOTT: b. 1/23/1832. enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B, as Lt. Detailed as Commissary for the regiment, 11/1/63. Present on all rolls until the final one (9/30/64), when he was absent on leave. POW in Louisa Co., 5/2/63: paroled May 18th. POW on 12/12/64 at Stony Creek; released 6/17/65. Farmer. d. 3/14/1915 in Caroline. (Boulware normally did not use either his middle name or its initial.)

 BOULWARE, MUSCOE: Physician. enl. 3/14/62 in Co. B. Present in the ranks until detailed as surgeon for the division's hospital, 5/63 thru 12/63. Present with Co. B again, 1/64 thru 4/64. Absent sick later in 1864. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/8/65. Practicing medicine in Mississippi in 1885. Died before 1904.

 BOULWARE, VIVIAN GRAY: b. 1841. enl. 2/12/62 in Co. H. Present until hospitalized in June 1864 due to gunshot wound and injury to left foot and ankle suffered on June 9th in fall of his horse. Discharged as a result, 1/21/65. Paroled at Richmond, 4/17/65. Spotsylvania Co. farmer. Died at the Soldiers' Home in Richmond in Jan. 1930 and buried in Hollywood Cemetery.

 BOULWARE, WILLIAM: enl. 4/10/64 in Co. B. KIA on 10/27/64.

 BOULWARE, WILLIAM J.: enl. 5/6/61, age 24. Absent sick at six different times during the war. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/11/65. Farmer in Caroline Co. in 1904.

 BOULWARE, WILLIAM TODD: enl. 7/20/61 in Co. F. Died of typhoid, 5/18/63.

 BOUTWELL, APOLLOS: enl. 5/6/61, age 33. Absent sick, 9/62 thru 5/63 and again in June and Sept. 1864. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/13/65. Farmer in Caroline Co. in 1904.

 BOWEN, JOSEPH M.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Present thru 3/62, then no further record.

 BOWEN, THOMAS: enl. 10/24/61 In Co. K. POW in May/June 1863. POW again in Berkeley Co., 7/28/63, age 32. Farmer. Released from Ft. Delaware on 6/19/65,

 BOWIE, GORDON F.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co, C, as Cpl. To Sgt‑ on 11/18/63. Wded. in the chest, 8/16/64. Paroled at Westmoreland C,H., 5/6/65. Alive in 1897 in Richmond Co.

 BOWIE, WALTER: b. 11/11/1843. gr. VMI. Private in 11th Virginia Infantry in 1861, then served briefly on the staff at VMI. enl. Co. C, 9th Cavalry, on 7/14/62. Absent wded., 10/62. Transferred to C.S. Navy as Midshipman, 3/1/63. Later served with Mosby. Merchant and chemist. d. Nashville, Tenn., 12/23/1909.

 BRAGG, JOHN ORGAIN: b. Lunenburg Co., 1/21/1831. enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G, as Sgt. Discharged for disability on 4/8/62.

 BRANHAM, JOHN H.: enl. 8/10/63 in Co. B. Detailed on the day of enlistment as forage agent for Major Dade. Stayed on that detail to the last roll. Paroled at Charlottesville, 5/18/65.

 BRANSON, BENJAMIN H.: Conscript assigned to Co. C, 6/13/64. Received an accidental wound that had him at home at 8/64 final roll. 

BRANSON, JOHN W.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C, as Cpl. To Sgt. on 7/20/61. Reduced to the ranks in 11/61, then back again to Sgt., 12/9/62. Wded. and POW on 8/11/64. Taken prisoner well after the war, for some reason, on 5/12/65 in Westmoreland Co.; released in D.C. on 6/3/65.

 BRENHAM, JOHN B.: enl. 4/1/63 in Co. D. Wded. on 5/4/63 in Goochland Co. He was still absent due to wounds in 8/63, then no further record.

 BRENT, ELIAS C.: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. AWOL during July‑Aug. 1863. Absent sick in 12/62,4/64 and at last roll, 10/64. No further record.

 BRENT, ELIAS E.: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Mortally wounded on 6/19/63 and died 8/15/63.

 BRENT, JOSEPH R.A.: b. Louisa Co. Clerk. enl. 8/12/61 in Co. E. Slightly wded. near Richmond, summer 1862. Absent sick from 9/62 until discharged for disability, 4/27/63, age 25.

 BRENT, JOSEPH W.: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Died 8/12/61.

 BRENT, T.O.: enl. 11/17/63 in Co. D. Present thru 10/20/64 final roll. Paroled at Northumberland C.H., 5/9/65, age 42.

 BRENT, WILLIAM HENRY, JR.: enl. 5/16/61 in Co. D. Wded. at Hagerstown, 7/6/63; returned to duty in 3/64. Present then thru 10/20/64 final roll.

 BRENT, WILLIAM H., SR.: enl. 5/16/61 in Co. D. Absent at home on detail, 10/15/62 thru 3/63. POW at Middleburg, 6/22/63; paroled 4/27/64 and returned to duty in 7/64. Absent sick at final roll in 10/64.

 BRIDIE, R.B.: Conscripted Into Co. G, 8/12/64. Present thru 1/18/65 final roll. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/17/65.

 BRIDWELL, JOHN H.: enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A, age 27. Served as teamster with the regimental trains much of the time. AWOL in 12/63 and 7/94. Present at 10/6/64 final roll.

 BRIGGS, CHARLES A.; enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Present on all rolls until absent sick, July/Aug. 1864. Wded. in left thigh on 9/29/64.

 BRIGGS, J.N.: His only record is of parole on Northern Neck, 5/2/65.

 BRIGHTWELL, JOHN D.: enl. 7/19/61 in Co. E. AWOL in 10/63 and from 4/1/64 thru final roll on 10/1/64‑ No further record.

 BRISTOW, JULIAN P.: enl. 12/5/61 in Co. F, as substitute for Peter E. Seward. Died July 27,1862, age 20.

 BRISTOW, LEWIS SCHUYLER: enl. 2/15/64 in Co. F. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled at Mechanicsville, 5/3/65.

 BROACH, AUGUSTIN M.: enl. 2/17/64 in Co. H. Present thru 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled in Hanover Co., 4/20/65. 

BROADDUS, ALEXANDER WOODFORD: enl. 3/22/63 in Co. B. Absent sick in 4/63, 4/64 and 7‑8/64. AWOL at 9/30/64 final roll. Farmer in Caroline Co. in 1904.

 BROADDUS, ARCHIBALD THOMAS: Farmer. Discharged from Co. H, 30th Virginia Infantry, on 7/10/62, age 20. enl. Co. B, 9th Cavalry, on 3/15/63. Absent sick in 7‑8/63, 6/64 and 9/64. Paroled at Appomattox. Operated a sawmill in Hanover in 1885.

 BROADDUS, EUGENE LEONIDAS: b. 1840 in Caroline Co. enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B. Absent sick, 7/61 thru 12/61. Surprised while asleep at the home of a friend in Caroline (Dr. Gouldin), and killed, early in 1862.

 BROADDUS, HARVEY N.: Merchant. Discharged as Sgt., Co. H, 30th Virginia Infantry, on 1/1/62, age 23. enl. Co. B, 9th Cavalry, on 3/15/63. Absent sick, 3/64 thru 6/64. Present at 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Appomattox. Died before 1885.

 BROADDUS, HENRY 0.: enl. 10/1/62 in Co. B. Absent sick, 12/62 and 4/64. Transferred to Caroline Light Artillery, 7/25/64. Farming in Caroline Co. in 1904. d. Feb. 1913 in Caroline, age 75.

 BROADDUS, JOHN EDWARD: b. 1837 in Caroline Co. enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E, as Lt. Dropped at 4/26/62 reorganization. Later served in Co. F, 24th Virginia Inf. Deputy sheriff and clerk in Henrico Co. d. 11/29/1907 in Caroline Co. 

BROADDUS, JOHN W.: enl. 3/6/62 in Co. B. To Cpl. in 4/63. Present thru 9/30/64 final roll. Farming in Caroline Co. in 1904.

 BROADDUS, JOSEPH A.: enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B, age 39. Detailed as courier for Pettigrew, 9/61 thru 12/61. Detailed as wagon master and forage agent, 1/62 thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/16/65.

 BROADDUS, JULIAN: Had been a Lt‑ in the pre‑war 30th Militia. enl. 5/21/61 in Co. B. Absent sick, 9/61 thru 4/62. Did not re‑enlist. Age 21 in 1862.

 BROADDUS, SILAS B.: enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B, age 22. Detailed as courier for Genl. French, 9/61 thru 12/61. Detailed in Brigade Ordnance Department, 12/10/63 thru 9/30/64 final roll. Died before 1885.

 BROCK, HENRY CLAY: b. Feb. 1845 in Richmond. enl. 5/1/64 in Co. H. Wded. in left knee on 8/27/64. Retired to Invalid Corps, 1/7/65. gr, U.Va. and Randolph‑Macon. Professor at Hampden‑Sidney. Alive in 1924.

 BROCKENBROUGH, B.B.: enl. 1/31/63 in Co. F. Absent sick, 7/63 thru 12/63 and 4/64 thru 8/64. Present at 10/1/64 final roll. 

BROOKE, DENNIE: enl. 7/1/64 in Co. K. Present at 9/1/64 final roll.

 BROOKE, GEORGE W.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H. AWOL after he was "left in jail at Staunton, July 25, 1861." No further record

 BROOKE, WILLIAM H.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, age 41. Farmer. Discharged from service, by order of the Secretary of War, 11/21/61.

 BROOKS, HORACE A.: Physician. enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. Absent on leave, 5/62 thru 8/62. No further official records, but unofficial source says he was taken prisoner and sent to Ft. McHenry in 8/62.

 BROOKS, JOHN T.: enl. 5/3/62 in Co. G. Wded. at Hagerstown, 7/6/63; returned to duty in 9/63. Present then thru 9/30/64 final roll. Sick in hospital, 3/65. Listed as a "rebel deserter" taken at Fort Powhatan, April 1865.

 BROOKS, ROBERT L.: enl. 2/1/64 in Co. B. Absent sick for all but two months of his recorded service thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/8/65. Farming in Caroline Co. in 1885. d. 5/23/1916 in Caroline, age 72. 

BROWN, ANDREW: enl. 3/27/64 in Co. F. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled at Mechanicsville, 5/2/65.

 BROWN, BUSHROD B.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. Present at every roll until mortally wounded at Nance's Shop, 6/24/64. Died at Chimborazo Hospital, 8/22/64.

 BROWN, CHARLES EDWARD: enl. 6/26/61 in Co. F, age 18. Farmer. Wded. in thigh on 6/1/64 near Ashland, Present at 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/9/65.

 BROWN, EDWIN D.: enl. 7/24/61 in Co. C. Wded. in right leg, 7/1/63. Discharged as a result of the wound on 1/18/65, without having returned to duty.

 BROWN, JAMES H.: enl. 2/24/62 in Co. D. Present at every single roll thru 10/20/64 final roll.

 BROWN, JAMES M.: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Detailed as courier to Genl. Walker, 11/61 thru 2/62. Discharged for disability (dyspepsia) on 7/17/62, age 37. Farmer.

 BROWN, JOHN: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Absent sick from 7/62 until discharged for disability (rheumatism) on 12/20/62, age 42. Farmer.

 BROWN, JOHN NEWTON: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. Wded. about 5/1/63 and sent to hospital in Charlottesville on May 2. Present at every roll thru 1/19/65 final roll. Paroled at Westmoreland C.H., 5/24/65. Informal records say he was killed on 10/27/64.

 BROWN, JOSEPH J.: enl. 5/20/61 in Co. A, age 25. POW in Fauquier on 11-15/62; exchanged 3/29/63. Wded. and POW on 9/10/63. Carried as absent prisoner through the rest of the war, but there are no U. S. records on him at all. He was probably mortally wounded when he fell into enemy hands. 

BROWN, MEREDITH: enl. 8/15/62 in Co. F, but didn't report for duty until Oct. 22. Wded. at Trevillans on 5/4/63. The wound kept him off duty thru the last roll. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/9/65.

 BROWN, ROBERT H.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. To Cpl. in 5/62. AWOL, 9/1/63 thru 12/14/63. Returned to the ranks. Present then thru 9/1/64 final roll.

 BROWN, SAMUEL ROBERT: enl. 5/20/62 in Co. G. Discharged for disability (chronic laryngitis) on 10/18/62, age 29. Farmer.

 BROWN, THOMAS, JR.: enl. 4/1/64 in Co. C. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll. Alive in 1928.

 BROWN, WILLIAM: Farmer. enl. 6/10/61 in co. F, age 30. Absent sick, 8/17/62 thru 1/63. Present then thru 1/17/65 final roll. Died in a U.S. hospital in Farmville on 4/11/65; had been made prisoner on 4/7/65, with gunshot wound in the left side.

 BROWNE, M.W.: Only record is of his parole from Co. G, at Blacks and Whites, 4/17/65.

 BRUCE, R.L.: Conscript assigned to Co. G, 8/9/64. Absent sick in Aug.‑Sept. Present at 1/18/65 final roll. Paroled at Burkesville, April 14‑17,1865.

 BRUFF, JOHN H.: enl. 11/7/62 in Co. G. Present on every roll thru 1/18/65 last roll.

 BRYANT, JOHN: enl‑ 11/12/61 in Co. I. Detailed on extra duty as butcher, 9/62 thru 4/64, AWOL,  8/18/64 thru 10/10/64 final roll,

 BRYANT, JOHN S : enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Absent sick, 10/63 thru 12/63. Present then to 6/64. No further record.

 BUCHANAN, WILLIAM S.: enl. 4/25/61 in co. E, as Cpl. Present thru 3/62, then no further record. d. 4/2/1909 in Spotsylvania Co., age 78. 

BUCKNER, R.W. HENRY: enl. 6/3/63 in co. B, and was killed six days later at Brandy Station.

 BULLARD, JOHN C.: enl. 3/5/62 in Co. E. Hospitalized briefly with gonorrhea, but was present at every muster thru 10/1/64 final roll.

 BULLARD, LEE: b. 12/24/1838. enl. 5/26/63 in Co. E. Absent sick in 2/64, otherwise always present thru 1/20/65 final roll. d. 7/7/1885 in Dallas, Texas.

 BULLARD, REUBEN C.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. Absent sick from 3/62 until discharged for disability on 6/24/62, age 20. Farmer.

 BULLARD, ROBERT: enl. 5/20/62 in Co. I. POW at Poolesville, Md., 9/9/62; paroled on 9/27 and exchanged on 11/10/62. Age 28 when captured. AWOL, 6/11/64 thru 7/25/64. Present at 10/10/64 final roll.

 BULLARD, WILLIAM: enl. 5/1/64 in Co. I. AWOL in July and Aug., but present at 10/10/64 final roll.

 BURCHELL, CHARLES: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. POW at Barnesville, Md., 9/9/62. At capture, he was aged 26, occupation farmer. Burchell signed a parole on the same day he was captured: however, he never reported back to the regiment and was carried as being a POW the rest of the war.

 BURCHELL, JOHN B.: enl, 10/12/61 in Co. I. Age 35 in 3/62. AWOL in 5/63, 12/63‑1/64, 6/64 and from 8/1/64 thru 10/10/64 final roll.

 BURCHELL, WILLIAM: enl. 2/1/64 in Co. I. AWOL in 6/64 and again at 10/10/64 last roll. Paroled at King George C.H., 5/1/65.

 BURGESS, JAMES R.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H. Detailed as courier for Genl. Jackson, June 1862; during the same period he was charged for losing a Sharp's carbine and a saber. Mortally wounded at Brandy Station, 6/9/63, died July 2nd. 

BURKE, FELIX ROSCOE: b. 1836. enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H. Absent sick, 9/61 ‑ 4/62. To Cpl., 4/7/62. To Sgt., 1/12/62. Killed in action, 6/30/64.

BURKE, GEORGE WASHINGTON: b. 1823. enl. 3/3/62 in Co. B. Absent sick in June 1862, then no further record. d. 7/28/1896 in Caroline.

 BURKE, JOHN WILLIAM: b. 11/1/1847‑ enl. 6/25/64 in Co. B. Present at 9/30/64 final roll. Essex Co. farmer. D. 5/20/1899. Buried in a yard next to Spotsylvania post office.

 BURKE, THOMAS H.: enl. 5/7/62 in Co. B. Detailed for duty by Fitzhugh Lee on 8/25/62. Transferred to Co. G, 4th Virginia Cavalry, 12/10/62. Died before 1885.

 BURKE, WILLIAM J.: enl. 11/7/62 in Co‑ G. Wded. at Manassas near Mitchell's Ford, 10/15/63, gunshot wound in toot; returned to duty in 5/64. While he was wounded and absent, Burke forged a surgeon's signature on a furlough paper; the outraged surgeon was most eager to have him court‑martialed. Present at 1/18/65 final roll. Paroled in Essex Co., 5/11/65. Farmer near Charlottesville after the war.

 BURKLEY, WILLIAM H.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H. To Cpl. on 8/30/61. Absent sick, 10/61 thru 2/62. No further record.

BURNETT. WILLIAM WARNER: enl. 9/6/63 in Co‑ G. Absent sick or wounded, 11/63 thru 4/64. Deserted at Bermuda Hundred and took the Oath, 12/29/64.

 BURRUSS, ATWELL: b. Guide, Va., 11/18/1832. enl. 5/18/61 in Co. B. Transferred to 5th Virginia Cav., 10/31/62. Farmer. d. 3/8/1908 at Guide.

 BURRUSS. JOHN GEORGE: b. Jan. 1837. enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B. Farmer‑ Absent sick, 10/61 to 12/61, 10/63 to 12/63, 6/64 and 9/64 to 11/64. Paroled at Ashland, 5/2/65. Farming in Caroline Co. in 1904. d. March 1920 in Richmond.

 BURRUSS, REUBEN H.: enl. 5/2/61 in Co. D, 3rd Georgia Infantry. Transferred to Co. H, 9th Va. Cav‑, 2/12/63. Present thru 10/6/64 final roll.

 BURFTON, THOMAS C: enl. 5/20/62 in Co. G. Present at all rolls thru 1/18/65 final roll. Paroled in Mecklenburg Co., 4/14/65.

 BUSH, JOHN WILLIAM: b. 11/15/1841. att. Wm. & Mary. enl. 6/10/61 in Co.  H. Absent sick, 6/62 to 8/62 and 7/63 to 8/63. Absent wded, at 10/6/64 final roll, Unofficial source says he was wded. at White Oak Swamp and at Boydton Plank Road. Teacher, lawyer and Alabama legislator. d. 7/5/1911 in Birmingham, Ala.

 BUTLER, JOHN W.: enl. 12/12/61 in Co. K. Present to 3/31/62, then no further record.

 BUTLER, T.J.: enl. 9/1/64 in Co. I. AWOL at 10/10/64 final roll‑ Paroled at Louisa C.H., 5/15/65.

 BUTTERWORTH, JAMES M.: enl. 5/5/62 in Co. G. Sick in Jan.‑Feb. 1864, otherwise present thru 1/18/65 final roll. Paroled at Lynchburg, April 1865.

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Rosters reference: 9th Va. Cavalry by Robert K. Krick. 4th Edition 1982.