9th Cavalry Regiment

Surnames C-E

CALLAHAN, THOMAS C., JR.: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Present or accounted for on every roll thru 10/20/64 final roll‑ Died in Lancaster Co., 11/23/1905, aged "about 70." 

CALLAHAN, THOMAS R.: enl. 2/14/63 in Co‑ C. Present every roll thru 10/1/64.

 CALLISS, JAMES A.: enl. 7/13/61 in 55th Va. Inf. Transferred to Co. H, 9th Cav., on 9/23/62. Absent sick in 6/63 and 8/64. AWOL at 10/16/64 final roll. No further record.

 CALLISS, RICHARD F.: enl. 9/22/61 in Co. B, age 25. Present at every roll thru 9/30/64 final roll. Informal records state that he was killed at Five Forks.

 CALLISS, WALTER SCOTT: b. 1/3/1840. enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B. Absent wded. during June 1864. Admitted to Chimborazo Hospital on 10/2/64 with gunshot wound in the back. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/6/66. Farmer in Caroline Co. d. 6/13/1895 in Alexandria.

 CAMMACK, HORACE A.: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Absent on furlough in 12/61, then no further record. d. 5/4/1914 in D.C., age 80.

 CAMMACK, J.J.: His only record is that he was paroled at Bowling Green, 5/8/65.

 CAMMACK, WILLIAM R.: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. To Sgt., 12/20/61. POW at Boonsboro, 9/15/62; exchanged 10/5/62. AWOL, Jan.‑Feb. 1864. Reduced to private, 8/1/64. AWOL at 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/16/65.

 CAMPBELL, CORNELIUS R.D.: enl. 5/6/61, age 20, in Co. B. Transferred to 10th Va. Cav. on 1/3/63. Farmer in Caroline Co. in 1885. Died before 1904. 

CAMPBELL, FELIX WINSTON: enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B, age 25. Absent detailed at most rolls from 9/61 thru 2/63, first as carpenter then in QM duty with the regiment. Shown as transferring to Co. E, 9th Cav., in 2/63, but no further record thereafter. d. 11/16/1907 in Caroline, age 77.

 CAMPBELL, FRENCH D.: enl. 3/10/62 in Co. B. Transferred to Henry's Battery Horse Artillery, 12/24/62. Farming in Caroline Co. in 1885. d. Oct. 1902.

 CAMPBELL, JAMES W.: enl. 9/7/62 in Co. H. Absent sick once in 1863, otherwise present on all reports thru 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled at Ashland, 4/25/65.

 CAMPBELL, MANASSEH: enl. 3/2/62 in Co. B. Present always thru 8/64 final roll. Farming in Caroline Co. in 1886. Alive in 1904.

 CAMPBELL, ROBERT: enl. 10/2/61 in Co. K, as Sgt. Present thru 3/62, then no further record.

 CAMPBELL, WILLIAM: b. 10/24/1837 In King & Queen Co. Moved to Iowa in 1858. Returned from Iowa to enlist in Co. F on 3/19/62. Detailed as clerk to Col. Beale from 11/17/62 thru 10/1/64 final roll. Absent with wound received at Gettysburg from 7/63 thru 12/63. Applied for transfer to Mosby's cavalry on 3/4/65. Va. legislator and Essex Co. merchant. Alive in 1909.

 CANADA, YOUNGER: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. Died 2/5/62.

 CANAN, JAMES A.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Escaped from the Bowling Green jail where he was being held for desertion, and went over to the enemy, in Jan. 1863.

 CARDWELL, JOHN L.: Conscript assigned to Co. H on 2/15/64. AWOL at 10/6/64 final roll.

 CARLTON, VIRGINIUS SINGLETON: b. 5/14/1846. enl. 7/1/62 in Co. F, as substitute for Thomas L. Waring. POW at Richard's Ford, 4/30/63; back on duty by June. Present then thru 10/1/64 final roll. Merchant in Richmond. d. 12/30/1910.

 CARLY, T.M.: Only record is of his parole on Northern Nock, 5/6/63.

 CARNEAL, GEORGE T.: enl. 4/10/62 in Co. F. Wded. in Md., 7/6/63; returned to duty in 3/64. Present at 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/12/65.

 CARNEAL, LAFAYETTE J.: enl. 10/1/62 in Co, B. Present without exception until absent sick at 9/30/64 final roll. At Chimborazo Hospital on 2/22/65. Paroled at Ashland, 4/26/65. Richmond merchant in 1886. Died before 1904.

 CARR, JOHN: Only record is of his parole from Co. I, at King George C.H., 5/2/65.

 CARROLL, GEORGE B.: enl. 8/18/61 in Co. C. To Cpl. in 5/62. Mortally wounded in leg at Nance's Shop, 6/24/64 and died during July.

 CARTER, CHARLES L.: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. To Cpl. on 5/12/62. Wded. at Upperville, 6/21/63. Wded. again on 1/13/64. Retired to Invalid Corps on 8/27/64, without having returned to duty.

 CARTER, EDWARD F.: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Wded. at Brandy Station, 6/9/63; returned to duty in 5/64. Present then thru 10/20/64 final roll. Paroled on 4/15/65.

 CARTER, ELIAS JAY: enl. 9/1/62 in Co. D. Wded. at Brandy Station, 10/11/63; returned to duty in 5/64. Present then thru 10/20/64 final roll.

 CARTER, JAMES: Conscript assigned to 9th Cav. on 6/12/64. No further record.

 CARTER, JAMES L.: enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. POW on 4/3/62, then no further record.

 CARTER, JOHN W.: enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A, age 35. AWOL beginning in May 1863, finally declared to be a deserter.

 CARTER, J.W.: enl. 6/13/64 in Co. C. Shown as transferred to Co. F, 30th Va. Inf. on 11/24/64, but the records of that regiment do not show him at all. 

CARTER, LUTHER ALEXANDER: b. 6/11/1844. enl. 9/1/62 in Co. B. Transferred to Caroline Light Artillery on 8/31/63. Farmer. d. 4/29/1908 in Upper Zion, Caroline Co.

 CARTER, RAWLEIGH W.D.; enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D, as Sgt. Detailed hunting deserters or forage or boots during 7‑8/62, 1‑2/63 and 9-12/63. POW at Lancaster C.H., 5/18/63; exchanged June 10th. Wded. on 6/29/64; had not returned to duty by 10/20/64 final roll. 

CARTER, ROBERT W.: enl. 4/1/64 in Co. D. Present thru 10/20/64 final roll.,

 CARTER, WILLIAM HARVEY: enl. 2/1/64 in Co. D. Absent sick during four months, but present at 10/20/64 final roll. d. 1/11/1924.

 CARVER, ELZEY: enl. 3/12/62 in Co. I, age 18. Present until mortally wounded in April 1864. Died in Raleigh, N.C., 7/24/64. Had been made Cpl. in 3/64.

 CARVER, JOHN: enl. 3/1/62 in Co. I, age 23. To Cpl., 1/1/63. POW at Hagerstown, 7/9/63; exchanged 3/17/64. Absent sick beginning in 5/64 and retired to Invalid Corps on 11/17/64.

 CASEY, JAMES J.: enl. 4/30/63 in Co. A, as substitute for Seth R. Combs. Transferred to Co. H, 3/29/64. Present always thru 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/5/65.

 CASH, DAVID SAMPLE: enl. 5/18/61 in Co. B, age 23. Detailed as carpenter, 9‑12/61. Absent sick, 6‑6/62. Present then thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Appomattox. Farmer in Caroline Co. in 1885. d. 5/4/1911, age 80.

CASH, J.W.: enl. 9/1/63 in Co. F. Detailed as saddler in brigade ordnance operation. AWOL, 4/1/64 thru final roll. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/16/66.

 CASH, JOHN: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. AWOL, 7/62 thru 10/62. Transferred to Purcell Battery (Va.) on 2/16/63. 

CASH, WALTER S.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. B, age 22. Detailed as carpenter, 9‑12/61. Absent sick in 1861 and 1862, and 10/11/63 thru 9/30/64 final roll (the last four months without leave). Two unofficial sources say that Cash was killed during the war.

 CAUTHORN, GEORGE W.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, age 24. Farmer. Absent sick, 8‑11/62, and again in 4/64. Paroled at Richmond, 5/16/65. 

CAUTHORN, L. BYRON: enl. 3/1/63 in Co. F. Present thru 10/1/64 roll. Died of typhoid at Raleigh, N.C., 1/1/65.

 CAUTHORN, MONT. A.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, age 23. Student. To Sgt., 5/13/62. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll. Sick at Chimborazo Hosp., 3/65. Paroled in Richmond, 5/1/65.

 CAUTHORN, R.A.: Conscript assigned to Co. F, 2/6/64. Present thru 10/1/64 last roll.

 CAUTHORN, RICHARD S.: Captain of Co. F on 6/10/61, age 43. Physician. Present to April 1862, then no further record. Evidently dropped at reorganization of the company.

 CAUTHORN, W.A.: enl. 2/1/64 in Co. F. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled at Richmond, 5/17/65.

 CHAMBERLAYNE, SPOTSWOOD D.: enl. 3/15/62 in Co. H. Absent sick, 9/62 thru 8/63. Present then until transferred to 10th Va. Cav., 9/18/64.

 CHANCELLOR, GEORGE EDWARD: b. 1842. enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. To Cpl. in 3/62. To Lt. in 1/63. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll. Wounded at Petersburg late in the war. Merchant in Fredericksburg, where he died on 11/12/1887. Buried at Chancellorsville.

CHANCELLOR, THOMAS FRAZER: b. 1845. enl. 3/1/62 in Co. E. POW near Gettysburg, 10/11/62; exchanged, 12/20/62. Detailed as courier for Stuart, 12/62 thru 4/63. Died of wounds on 7/15/63. Buried at Chancellorsville.

 CHANCELLOR, VESPASIAN: b. 11/22/1838. enl. 2/1/64 in Co. E. Present thru 1/20/65 final roll. Died 4/28/1908 at 301 Main St. in Fredericksburg. Buried at Chancellorsville.

 CHANDLER, HENRY H.: b. 2/14/1837. enl. 5/7/61 in Co. B. Present thru 2/62, then no further record. Later served in Co. F, Mosby's Cav. Battalion. Farmer in Louisa Co. in 1885. Alive in 1904.

 CHANDLER, RICHARD M.: Conscript assigned to Co. C, 6/13/64. Present thru 1/19/65 final roll. Paroled at Westmoreland C.H., 5/5/65.

 CHANDLER, RICHARD W.: enl. 10/1/62 in Co. B. Wded. in arm at Brandy Station, 6/9/63. Wded. at Gettysburg. Never returned to the regiment; assigned to light duty in Caroline Co. Farmer in N.C. in 1885.

 CHANDLER, SAMUEL TEMPLE: enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B, age 23. Promoted to Cpl., 8/1/61 and to Sgt. in May 1862. Wded. by a bad saber cut at Brandy Station, 6/9/63. POW in King & Queen Co., 3/10/64; exchanged 2/15/65. Paroled at Richmond, 4/20/65. Farmer in Maryland in 1885. Died before 1904. 

CHANDLER, THOMAS KAY: b. 9/11/1830. enl. 3/10/62 in Co. B. Absent on detailed service with Joseph Reid Anderson, May 1862 thru April 1863. No further record. d. 12/21/1919. bur. Fredericksburg Confederate Cemetery.

 CHANDLER, WILLIAM SAMUEL: b. 10/3/1826. enl. 3/10/62 in Co. B. Absent wded., May‑June 1864. Wded. again, gunshot in right thigh, ca. 10/1/64; still hospitalized in March 1865. POW at Amelia Cross Roads, 4/3/65; released 6/14/65. Died before 1904. 

CHANDLER, WILLIAM TIMOTHY: Caroline Co. lawyer. Capt. of the Tyranny Unmasked Artillery in 1861, but dropped at its reorganization. enl. 5/27/62 in Co. B. Detailed to C.S. Signal Corps in Sept. 1862 and stayed there the whole war. Gunshot in knee, 5/22/64. Paroled at Ashland, 5/3/65, with the rank of Sgt. in the Signal Corps. Practicing law in Caroline in 1885. d. 3/17/1903 at Guiney's Station, age 68.

 CHAPMAN, WALTER F.: enl. 3/10/62 in Co. B. Present until POW at Hanover, 6/30/63; paroled 3/3/64. POW at Beaver Dam Station, 519/64; released 6/14/65.

 CHEWNING, AURELIUS GARLAND: b. Caroline Co., 10/23/1847. His only official record is of parole at Ashland, 4/26/66. Merchant in Roanoke. d. May 1911 in Roanoke.

 CHEWNING, CHARLES R.: enl. 4/1/62 in Co. E. Absent sick on most rolls, sometimes without leave, from Jan. 1863 thru 10/1/64 final roll.

 CHEWNING, FRANCIS S.: enl. 8/1/63 in Co. K. Student. Absent sick for his first two months of service, then absent detailed from 9/63 thru 9/1/64 final roll. There is, therefore, no record of any actual field service. Paroled at Ashland, 4/30/65.

 CHEWNING, JAMES S.: enl. 12/5/61 in Co. E. Absent sick twice and on detail once in 1864. Paroled at Farmville, April 11‑21,1865. 

CHEWNING, JOSEPH S.: b. Spotsylvania Co. enl. 4/1/62 in Co. E. After being absent sick, he was discharged for disability in Feb. 1863, age 42. Chewning was 6' 5 1/2" " tall. d. 2/9/1892 in Spotsylvania Co., age 71.

 CHEWNING, MARCUS A.: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Promoted to Bugler, ca. 4/62. Reduced to Pvt., 12/6/62 and hold in arrest during Jan.‑April 1863. Absent wded., Jan.‑Feb. 1864. Detailed as scout at W.H.F. Lee headquarters, April‑Oct. 1864. No further record.

 CHEWNING, WILLIAM H.: enl. 4/1/62 in Co. E. Absent sick for virtually the entire war, sometimes without leave. He visited several hospitals due to rheumatism, debility and neuralgia. Finally transferred to Co. K, 55th Virginia Infantry on 11/12/64. d. 4/5/1915 in Spotsylvania, age 80.

 CHILDS, JAMES F.: Resided near Todd's Tavern. enl. 9/7/64 in Co. E. Hospitalized in Raleigh, N.C. with scabies in Feb. 1865. No further record.

 CHILTON, JOHN ROBERT: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D, as Cpl. Farmer. Frequently absent sick throughout the war. Promoted to Sgt., 5/12/62 but reduced to Pvt. in May 1863. Discharged for disability, 10/5/64, age 26.

 CHILTON, RALPH HENRY: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Present on every single roll thru 10/20/64 final roil.

 CHILTON, WILLIAM: b. Lancaster Co., 12/17/1845. Chilton has no official record, but evidently began service late in 1864. m. Gertrude Harding, daughter of Major Cyrus Harding, C.S.A. d. 5/24/1922. bur. Farnham Church, Richmond Co.

 CHINN, JOSEPH WILLIAM: b. Richmond Co., 2/13/1836. att. U.Va. Served in Co. B, 40th Va. Inf. in 1861. Enlisted 6/5/63 in Co. F, 9th Cavalry. Detailed on subsistence duty by the Secretary of War, 10/15/63 thru Feb. 1864. Absent sick from 4/28/64 until retired to light duty, 8/15/64. d. 1/26/1908 near Warsaw.

 CHOWNING, JOHN SHARPE: b. 11/7/1843. Served in Co. F, 47th Va. Inf. in 1861. Enlisted 12/23/61 in Co. D, 9th Cavalry. Absent sick on two occasions, otherwise present thru 10/20/64 final roll. Sheriff and Va. legislator postwar. d. 2/2/1920 in Lancaster Co.

CHOWNING, JOHN WILLIAM: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Absent sick on two occasions, otherwise present thru 10/20/64 final roll, POW at Amelia C.H., 4/4/65; released from Pt. Lookout, 6/10/65. d. 11/26/1922 in Lancaster Co.

 CHOWNING, M.: enl. 7/20/64 in Co. D. Present thru 10/20/64 final roll.

 CHOWNING, WILLIAM WALTER: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Absent sick, 10/15/62 thru Feb. 1863. Transferred to Co. C, 4/10/63. Absent sick April‑Aug. 1864, then present thru 1/19/65 final roll.

 CHRISTIAN, THOMAS JEFFERSON: b. King & Queen Co., 1837. att. U.Va. enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H. Elected Lt., 4/29/62. Absent sick on three occasions. Paroled at Richmond, 4/26/65. in Va. legislature and judge in Middlesex Co. 

CHRISTOPHER, THOMAS: enl. 3/5/62 in Co. K. Promoted to Cpl., May 1862 and to Sgt., July 1864. Absent sick twice and on detail once. POW at Aberdeen Run, 4/3/65; released from Pt. Lookout, 6/10/65. Died before 1899. 

CHUMNEY, GRIEF C.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Detached to C. S. Signal Corps, for service at headquarters of W.H.F. Lee, from Sept. 1862 to end of the war. Paroled at Burkesville, April 14‑17, 1865.

 CHUMNEY, WILLIAM M.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Detailed most of the time, on QM duty or as a scout, until POW at Hagerstown, 7/12/63. Exchanged from Pt. Lookout on 3/17/64. "Discharged by Civil Authority" in July 1864 (no details given).

 CLARK JAMES A.: Conscript assigned to co. B on 4/16/64, age 22. Occupation ‑ nail cutter. Wded. in left hand on 5/10/64, two fingers amputated. Clark stayed at Chimborazo Hospital thereafter and as late as Feb. 1865 was a convalescent doing guard duty there.

 CLARK, JAMES H.: enl. 6/7/61 in co. G. POW at Falmouth, 4/17/62; exchanged 8/5/62. Absent sick of furloughed or detailed on five muster rolls. Detailed as ambulance driver at brigade HO, July 1864 thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Farmville, April 11‑21,1865.

 CLARK, JAMES J.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. POW near Dumfries, 12/28/62; exchanged 3/29/63. Present then until KIA at Reams' Station, 8/25/64.

 CLARK, R.: Lived at Lively Oak, Lancaster Co. No record of enlistment, but he is shown as hospitalized in Raleigh, N.C., Nov. 1864 thru March 1865. Clark died on 3/21/65 on a train between Weldon, N.C. and Bellefield, Va. 

CLARK, RICHARD ALBERT: enl. 7/16/64 in Co. K. POW at Amelia C.H., 4/3/65; released from Pt. Lookout, 6/10/65. 

CLARK, ROBERT E.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Discharged due to bad health on 9/6/61.

 CLARK, ROBERT P.: enl. 1/16/61 in Co. F. Absent sick in Feb. 1862, otherwise present at all times. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/4/65. 

CLARK, VAN BUREN F.: Farmer. enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Absent sick, July‑Dec. 1861. Present then until wded. by gunshot in upper maxillary on 6/23/64, (age 27 at this time) Retired to Invalid Corps on 2/16/65. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM S.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, age 37. Merchant. Discharged on 12/17/61 by Special Order 268 from the AIGO.

 CLARKSON JAMES L.: enl, 4/18/62 in Co. F. Present until POW on 10/20/63 at Warrenton Junction; exchanged Feb. 1865. Paroled at Richmond, 4/26/65. Living in Poplar Bluff, Missouri in 1913.

 CLAYBORN, RICHARD: Only official record is that he was taken prisoner in Virginia on 3/1/65.

 CLAYBROOK, EDWIN COKE: b. Northumberland Co., 1842. enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. Present until POW at Gettysburg, 7/3/63; released 12/30/63 at Ft. Delaware, having taken the oath. Returned to duty in May 1864 and present thence thru 1/19/65 final roll. POW at Aberdeen Run, 4/3/65; released from Pt. Lookout, 6/10/65. d. 7/14/1893 in Westmoreland Co. bur. Yeocomico Church.

 CLAYTON, THOMAS: enl. 3/1/63 in Co. F. AWOL in June 1863. Absent sick in Oct. 1863. Deserted on the march, 12/12/63.

 CLAYTON, THOMAS G.: enl, 5/28/62 in Co. H. Detailed as courier for Genl. Jackson, May‑June 1862. Absent with leave, July‑Oct. 1862. AWOL, Nov. 1862 thru Dec. 1863, then no further record.

 CLEMENTS, D.C.: enl. 3/28/64 in Co. H. Present until KIA on 10/1/64.

 CLEMENTS, RICHARD M.: enl. 3/27/62 in Co. F. Detailed as blacksmith for most of his war career. Present at 10/1/64 final roll.

 CLEMENTS, WILLIAM H.: enl. 9/8/64 in Co. H, age 32. Farmer. Discharged for disability on 11/26/64.

 CLEVES, ALVAN B.: enl. 11/14/61 in Co. I. Present until he deserted near Brandy Station, 6/16/63. Federal records show that Cleves "gave up" at Gettysburg, 7/7/63, claiming to be a New York native conscripted against his wishes.

CLIFT, JAMES M.: b. 5/7/1837. enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. Absent sick, Nov.‑Dec. 1861 and Nov. 1862 thru March 1863. Present then thru 10/10/64 final roll. Paroled at King George C.H., 5/1/65. d. 10/19/1912.

 CLIFT, JOHN: enl. 3/1/62 in Co. I, age 24. Deserted in Oct. 1862, rejoined briefly then deserted for good on 11/15/62 near Culpeper C.H.

 CLOE, CHARLES WESLEY: b. 6/18/1840. enl. 10/4/61 in Co. A. Present to Aug. 1864. On "detached service with Maj. Gilliam" at 10/6/64 final roll. d. 8/26/1901 in Stafford Co.

 CLOE, WILLIAM SHEPHERD: b. 6/16/1832. enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A. Farmer. Absent sick, Jan.‑Feb. 1862. No further record. d. 12/18/1919 in Stafford Co.

 COAKLEY, ROBERT: enl, 3/1/62 in Co. I, age 31. Detailed as wagon master. Transferred to Co. L, 55th Va. Inf., 8/15/63. 

COAKLEY, WILLIAM B.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. Detailed as teamster on QM duty thru most of the war. Present at 10/10/64 final roll. Paroled on the Northern Neck, 5/2/65.

 COATES, JOHN W.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. AWOL July‑Oct. 1862 and June‑Sept. 1864. POW at Upperville, 6/21/63; paroled four days later in D.C. AWOL at final roll.

 COATES, RICHARD A.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. AWOL, March‑Aug. 1863. No further record.

 COATES, RICHARD H.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Absent sick on two occasions, otherwise present thru 9/1/64 final roll. Deserted and took the oath, 3/11/65; U.S. furnished him transportation to Baltimore. 

COBBS, R.T.: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Discharged from service, 8/23/61, no reason shown.

 COCKRELL, DAN RIDGE WILLIAM: b. Lancaster Co., 1/1/1820. m. Naomi Bush, 1850. Wded. at Gettysburg. MWIA in July or August 1864, died in Lancaster Co., 9/10/1864.

 COLEMAN, A.W.: Conscript, assigned to Co. G, 7/8/64. Paroled at Appomattox.

 COLEMAN, E.M. (or E. C.): enl. 12/15/62 in Co. E. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll.

 COLEMAN, HENRY FRANK: enl. 3/5/62 in Co. E. Promoted to Cpl. on 12/20/62 and to Sgt. on 8/1/63. Paroled at Ashland, 4/26/65. d. 1/14/1919 in Bowling Green, age 73.

 COLEMAN, JAMES EDWARD: enl. 3/5/62 in Co. E. Detailed as a wagon driver at HQ of W.H.F. Lee from Sept. 1862 thru 10/1/64 final roll, Paroled at Ashland, 4/26/65.

 COLEMAN, JAMES L.: Physician prewar. enl. 3/2/62 in Co. B. Absent sick, Sept.‑Dec. 1862. Wded. 8/16/64, leg amputated. Merchant in Bowling Green in 1885. Died before 1904.

 COLEMAN, ROBERT: enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B. Student. Transferred to Co. E, 30th Va. Inf. on 7/30/61. d. 6/25/1916 in Soldiers' Home at Richmond, age 76.

 COLEMAN, ROBERT: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. POW at Boonsboro, 9/16/62; paroled 10/19/62. AWOL, July‑Aug. 1863. Promoted to Cpl. on 4/1/64. Deserted on 3/7/65, took the oath, and was furnished transportation to Maryland.

 COLES, JAMES: enl. Co. D, 2/25/62. Discharged for disability (debility and eyesight) on 4/27/62, age 30.

 COLLAWN, JOHN WALTER SCOTT: enl. 1/15/63 in Co. B. Present always thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/5/65. Patient in asylum in 1885. 

COLLINS, GEORGE R.: The only record of this man is of his parole at Ashland on 4/28/65.

 COLLINS, JAMES CLAYTON: b. 7/20/1836. enl. 5/8/61 in Co. B. Absent sick once, otherwise always present thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Ashland, 4/26/65. d. 9/2/1872 in Prairieville, Alabama.

 COLLINS, JOSEPH TODD: enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B as Sgt., age 25. Farmer. Detailed as brigade sutler by W.H.F. Lee on 1/16/63. On 5/1/64, Collins transferred back into this company from the 10th Va. Cav., with the rank of private. Paroled at Ashland, 4/29/65. Merchant in Alabama after the war.

 COMBS, BOLIVAR C.: b. 5/7/1831, Farmer. enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A. Promoted to Cpl. ca. May 1862. Died in camp "unexpectedly of apoplexy" on 8/14/62.

 COMBS, SETH ROSSEAU: b. Fauquier Co., 11/21/1827. Farmer. Discharged on 3/1/63 after having furnished a substitute. d. 11/5/1886 in Stafford Co. 

CONNOR, WILLIAM FREDERICK enl. 11/1/63 in Co. E. KIA on 6/28/64.

 CONWAY, AYLETT HAWES: b. 7/2/1824. enl. 5/18/61 in Co. B. Detailed as courier to Genl‑ Holmes, July 1861 thru Dec. 1862. Detailed as hospital steward in Richmond, Jan. 1863 thru 9/30/64 final roll. (Thus, he never actually served with his company in the field.) Fredericksburg merchant after the war. d. 1/27/1892 in Newport News. 

CONWAY, CATLETT: enl. 8/7/61 in Co. B. Detailed to hospital duty in Richmond from May 1862 thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Appomattox.

 CONWAY, PATRICK HENRY: b. 3/17/1847. enl. 1/11/63 in Co. B, as substitute for one W. Robinson, of Richmond. Absent sick, Dec. 1863 thru March 1864 and again Sept. 1864 thru Nov. 1864. Transferred to Co. I, 10th Va. Cav., 12/6/64. Farmer in Fairfax Co. d. 4/22/1906 in Stafford. 

COOK, CHARLES H.: enl. 6/15/61 in Co. H. Absent sick, Sept. 1861 thru Aug. 1862. Absent on detached service in Richmond hospital, Sept. 1862 thru Sept. 1864 final roll. Paroled in Richmond, 4/25/65.

 COOK, HUBBARD: The only record on this man is of his desertion on 10/15/64.

 COOMBS, JOHN F.: enl. 1/27/62 in Co. C. AWOL from 12/11/62. No further record.

 COOPER, BROWN W.: enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Farmer. Absent sick from Sept. 1862 until discharged for disability on 11/22/63.

 COOPER, GEORGE R.: b. Stafford Co., 1835. Farmer. enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A‑ Discharged on 7/19/61 by order of Genl. Holmes. Re‑enlisted in March 1862. On detached service with "Maj. Taliaferro," May 1862 thru Feb. 1864. POW in Stafford Co., 2/18/64; exchanged 9/30/64. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/18/65. d. 1881 in Stafford Co. 

COOPER, JOHN W.: enl. 5/20/61 in Co. A, age 22, Student. Absent sick on one roll; absent an detached service on four rolls; AWOL on one roll. Present at 10/6/64 final roll. 

COOPER, LEONARD A.: enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A, age 19. Student. Absent sick on three rolls, including July‑Aug. 1864, the last one in his file. AWOL from 5/30/64 to 7/1/64.

 COOPER, SETH R.: enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A, age 23. Farmer. POW in Stafford Co., 4/11/64; exchanged 2/27/65. Hospitalized in March 1865 for rheumatism.

 CORBIN, RICHARD: b. King & Queen Co., 12/1/1833. att. U.Va. Owned Moss Neck plantation. Father of Janie Corbin (d. 1863) who was so much loved by Stonewall Jackson. enl. 5/6/61 in Co. B. POW at unknown date, paroled 9/7/62. KIA near Culpeper C.H., 9/13/63.

 COUCH, DAVID W.: enl. 5/5/62 in Co. G. Absent sick on two rolls; AWOL on one roll. d. 10/17/63 of gunshot wound in hip, received in battle. 

COURTNEY, BUSHROD ENGLISH: Constript assigned to Co. C, 6/10/64. Absent sick in Aug. 1864. No further record. bur. Yeocomico Church, Westmoreland Co.

 COURTNEY, DAVID C.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. On detached service as orderly to Gen. Field, May‑Dec. 1862. Detailed as hospital steward, May‑June 1863. AWOL, 9/14/63‑11/1/63. Present then thru 1/19/65 final roll. Paroled in Westmoreland Co., 5/6/65.

 COURTNEY, JAMES R.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C as Bugler. Present without fail thru 1/19/65 final roll. Paroled at Westmoreland C.H., 5/15/65.

COURTNEY, JOHN B.: Conscript assigned to Co. C, 6/13/64. Present thru 1/19/65 final roll. Paroled at Westmoreland C.H., 5/6/65.

 COURTNEY, LEMUEL W.: enl. 3/1/62 in Co. A, as a substitute for Thomas B. Reamy. On detached service, Sept. 1863 thru Feb. 1864. POW in Fauquier Co., 3/15/64; released from Ft. Delaware, 6/19/65. 

COURTNEY, WILLIAM HENRY: b. 4/23/1843. enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. Present without any exceptions thru 1/19/65 final roll. POW at Amelia C.H., 4/3/65; released from Pt. Lookout, 6/10/65. d. 3/15/1915. bur. United Methodist Church, Kinsale.

 COVINGTON, THOMAS ROSSER: enl. 3/18/62 in Co. F. AWOL in Oct. 1862. Detailed at home to guard his mother's property, Feb. 1863. Present then thru 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled in Va., 5/2/66.

 COX, ABRAHAM F.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C, as Sgt. Reduced to Pvt. by Nov. 1861. POW at Gettysburg, 7/3/63; paroled at Ft. Delaware, 7/30/63. Wounded by gunshot in left arm ca. 6/24/64; returned to duty in July. Present at 10/1/64 final roil. 

COX, EPHRAIM FRANCIS: enl. 7/29/61 in Co. C. Detailed at division HO as courier, Oct. 1863 thru Feb. 1864. Present then until MWIA at Nance's Shop, 6/23/64 and died July 5.

 COX, GEORGE B.: enl 3/31/62 in Co. D, age 27. Farmer. Discharged for disability (chronic diarrhea) on 4/27/62.

 COX, GEORGE W.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Discharged for disability, 2/18/62. Discharge papers state that he was a physician, age 21.

 COX, JOHN THOMAS: b. Westmoreland Co., 1836. enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Detailed as courier for Col., 30th Va. Inf., from 6/28/61 thru at least Feb. 1862. Absent sick, Sept. 1863 thru June 1864. Present then thru 1/20/65 final roll. d. 1910 at DeJarnette, Va.

 CRABBE, EUGENE: enl. 4/12/62 in Co. C, Present until detailed as courier at brigade HQ, 10/1/63 thru 1/19/65 last roll. Paroled at Westmoreland C.H., 5/6/65.

 CRABBE, TASKER CARTER: b. 2/15/1844. enl. 12/24/62 in Co. C. Present on every single roll thru 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled on Northern Nock, 5/9/65.

 CRALLE, JOSEPH S.: enl. 12/24/61 in Co. K. Discharged for disability (lungs) on 6/3/62, age 19. Farmer. Re‑enlisted on 9/1/63. Wded. at Brandy Station, 10/11/63. Present at 9/1/64 final roll. Paroled at Westmoreland C.H., 5/6/65. 

CRALLE, THOMAS K.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Present steadily until he was mortally wounded about 6/24/64. Arm amputated, with pneumonia, at Chimborazo Hosp. on 6/26/64; died 8/31/64. bur. Oakwood Cam., Richmond.

 CRASK, SELDON F.: enl. 6/4/61 in Co. C. Absent sick, July‑Oct. 1862 and May‑June 1863. AWOL twice in 1863 and "Deserted about Feb. 25th 1864." d. 6/20/1893. bur. Loudoun Park, Baltimore.

 CRISELL, J.H.: The only record of this man is that he was a member of Co. D, and was in Chimborazo Hosp. in Dec. 1864.

 CRISMOND, HENRY W.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I, age 21. Absent sick from March 1862 until his death sometime in June.

 CRIST, A.H.: This man is shown as a prisoner at Camp Chose, Ohio, in Aug.‑Sept. 1862‑age 36. No further record. He was probably not actually a member of the regiment.

 CRITCHER, JOHN: b. 3/11/1820. gr. U.Va. enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. Promoted to Cpl. on 7/20/61 and to Sgt. ca. Nov 1861. Critcher became Lt. Col. of the 15th Va. Cav. at the reorganizations in early 1862. Member of the U.S. Congress after the war. d. 9/27/1901.

CRITTENDEN, RICHARD MORTIMER: b. 9/30/1825. enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. On detached service as wagon master, March 1863 thru Aug. 1864. Present at 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled in Va., 4/16/65. d. 4/2/1894 in Stafford Co. bur. Grove Church, Fauquier Co.

 CROUCH, RICHARD GALLEGO: b. 1828 in Richmond. gr. U.Va. Physician. enl. 10/26/63 in Co. H. Present until hospitalized in Richmond, July‑Aug. 1864. Wded. in the head in Oct. 1864; returned to duty in Nov. Paroled in Richmond, 4/20/65. d. 1/27/1914 in Richmond.

 CROUCH, THOMAS L.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H. Detailed in QM dept., Sept.‑Oct. 1861. Discharged for disability on 1/14/62.

 CROWDER, MARCELLUS A.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Absent sick on two rolls, otherwise present thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/19/65.

 CROXTON, THOMAS: b. 3/8/1822. gr. U.Va. Attorney. enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F. Detached for service with George E. Pickett, Sept.‑Oct. 1861, and became a.a.g. on Pickett's staff. Judge and member of U.S. Congress after the war. d. 7/3/1903 in Tappahannock.

 CROXTON, WILLIAM VIRGINIUS: b. 2/10/1840 in King William Co. att. Jefferson Medical College. enl. 6/21/61 in Co, H. Promoted to Lt. on 7/17/61. Reduced to Pvt. at 4/29/62 reorganization. Generally present, though absent sick at 10/6/64 final roll. Served briefly as C.S. Surgeon at Salisbury, N.C. Coroner and physician. d. 6/10/1900 in Henrico Co. 

CRUTCHFIELD, CHARLES B.: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Present without fall thru 10/1/64 final roll. Paroled in Va. on 4/15/65. Died 3/1/1916 in Trenton, Ky., age 74.

 CRUTCHFIELD, CORBIN: b. 8/14/1838. att. VMI. enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E as Lt. Promoted to Capt., 8/26/61. Absent sick extensively. "Dropped" 12/5/62. Merchant in Trenton, Ky., where he died on 1/19/1881.

 CRUTCHFIELD, GILMER: enl. 6/21/63 in Co. B. Wded. at Gettysburg; returned to duty in Jan. 1864. Present until AWOL at 9/30/64 final roll. Died before 1904.

 CRUTCHFIELD, ROBERT: Age 15 in 1860 census. enl. 2/12/63 in Co. E. Absent wded., May‑June 1864. Wded. again by gunshot in left ankle, reached Richmond hospital by 10/4/64. 

CULLEN, JOHN A.: Resident of Brunswick Co. enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H, as Sgt. Reduced to the ranks as Pvt., at his own request, on 8/9/61. Promoted to Lt., 6/27/62. Wded. at Buckland, gunshot in both thighs, on 10/19/63; returned Jan. 1864. Hospitalized with scabies in March 1865; returned to duty on 4/2/65. Paroled in Richmond, 4/22/65. 

CULLEN, WILLIAM P.: enl. 5/21/61 in Co. 8, age 36. Detailed to procure forage and teams, Sept. 1861 thru Dec. 1862. Finally dropped on the Dec. 1862 roll. Living in St. Louis in 1985.

 CUMMING, HARTFORD M.: This individual was shown as Asst. Surgeon of the regiment, with no other information at all being supplied. Cumming also served with the 63rd Georgia Inf.

 CUMMINGS, JOHN W.: enl. 3/5/62 in Co. A. Absent sick on two rolls, otherwise present thru 10/6/64 final roll. 

CUMMINS, FRANCIS M.: enl. 2/24/62 in Co, K. Present thru 3/31/62 then no further record.

 CUNDIFF, A.N.: enl. 1/1/64 in Co. D. Discharged on disability (heart), 7/20/64. Discharge papers show that he was aged 40 and a farmer.

 CUNDIFF, CHARLES C.: enl. 9/1/62 in Co. D. Absent sick at home on three rolls, Including 10/20/64 final roll.

 CUNDIFF, WILLIAM PINCKNEY: enl. 4/24/62 in Co. D. POW in Northumberland Co., while wded., 10/14/63; paroled 3/17/64 . Present then thru 10/20/64 final roll. Wded. at Sappony Church, 6/28/64. POW at Amelia C.H., 4/4/65; released 6/10/65.

 CUNNINGHAM, W.D.: Richmond hospital records show him as a member of Co. B, hospitalized in Nov.‑Dec. 1864. No further record. 

CURLEY, JOSEPH: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I, age 28. Absent sick in King George Co., April 1862. No further record. 

CURRELL, EMORY: enl. 8/23/63 in Co. D. Wded. 8/23/64. Hospitalized again in March 1865.

 CURRELL, ISAAC H.: enl. 9/1/62 in Co. D. Wded. at Brandy Station, 6/9/63; returned to duty in Dec. 1863. Absent sick from May 1864 thru final record in Dec. 1864.

 CURRELL, J.S.: enl. 5/1/64 in Co. D. Present thru 10/20/64 final roll.

 CURRIE, JOHN: b. 1842. enl. 9/17/61 in Co. D. Absent sick, July‑Oct. 1863, otherwise present thru 10/20/64 final roll. d. 4/7/1879.

 CURTIS, ALEXANDER MASON: b. 1/10/1838 in Stafford Co. enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A. Promoted to Lt., 12/20/62. Wded. 5/12/64; returned to duty in July. Present thru 10/6/64 final roll. d. 6/7/1900 in Warrenton.

 CURTIS, BENJAMIN F.: b. 9/24/1837. Served in 13th Va. Inf. in 1861. enl. 3/5/62 in Co. E. Promoted to Cpl. by Sept. 1862 and to Sgt. on 4/15/63. Absent sick (gonorrhea), Nov. 1863 thru Feb. 1864. Present at 10/1/64 final roll. Living in Winchester, Ky., in 1907.

 CURTIS, ISAAC S.: enl. 7/20/61 in Co. A, age 19. Absent sick, May‑June 1862. Absent on detached service as scout for W.H.F. Lee, Nov. 1863 thru 10/6/64 last roll.

 CURTIS, JOHN F.: enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A, age 27. Farmer. Discharged by order of Genl. Holmes, 10/31/61. d. Hartwood, 8/22/1908, age 75.

 CURTIS, W.G.R.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I, from 25th Militia. No further record.

 CUSTER, WILLIAM B.: Federal prison records show this man, of Company E, as captured at Warrenton on 6/17/64 and paroled at Elmira on 3/10/65. There are no records of Confederate origin in his file.

 DABNEY, ALFRED B.: enl. 4/12/64 in Co. H. Wded. by gunshot across the back and neck, 8/16/64; returned to duty on 12/19/64. Paroled in Va., 4/15/65.

 DADE, ALBERT GALLATIN: b. 1/27/1815. enl. 6/25/61 in Co. C, as Lt. (commission dated from Feb. 1861). Detailed to serve as Brigade Commissary, 10/2/62. Promoted to Major as Brigade Commissary on 11/11/62.

 DADE, HENRY F.: enl. 8/10/63 in Co. B. Merchant. Immediately detailed as clerk to Maj. A.G. Dade and remained in that role through the war. Paroled at Beaver Dam on 6/10/65.

 DANCE, WESLEY S.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Absent sick or furloughed on two rolls. Discharged on 11/11/62, having furnished Michael McIntyre as a substitute.

DANDRIDGE, PHILIP S.: b. Dec. 1843. Assigned to Co. F as a Cadet, 12/30/61. Present until ordered on detached duty, 6/15/63. Assigned to staff of W.H.F. Lee, 10/15/63 and served there into 1865. Appointed Lt. of Inf. on 3/3/65.

 DANGERFIELD, AUGUSTIN B.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H, but was absent sick from the outset and was discharged on 8/30/61 due to a broken leg. 

DANIEL, GEORGE W.: enl. 5/20/62 in Co. G. Absent sick, Sept.‑Oct. 1862. Transferred to Co. B, 59th Va. Inf., 2/4/63.

 DAVENPORT, CHARLES BROWN: enl. 3/12/62 in Co. D. Died 4/13/62.

 DAVENPORT, DAVID F.: enl. 9/11/61 in Co. D. Discharged on 4/16/62.

 DAVENPORT, LINSEY D.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K, as Cpl. Reduced to Pvt. before Nov. 1862. Absent sick on one roll, otherwise present thru 9/1/64 final roll.

 DAVENPORT, RICHARD O.: enl. 7/5/62 in Co. D. Absent sick on two rolls (scabies), otherwise present thru 10/20/64 final roll.

 DAVENPORT, WILLIAM H.: enl. 4/1/64 in Co. D. Absent sick at home, without leave, at 10/20/64 final roll.

 DAVIS, ASHLEY L.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Present in Feb. 1862, then no further record.

 DAVIS, DANDRIDGE: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. AWOL extensively in 1864, after having a good record earlier. Deserted to Potomac defenses, 3/10/65.

 DAVIS, DREWRY: enl. 2/19/63 in Co. K. Present until deserted on 3/7/65.

 DAVIS, EDWARD P.: enl. 1/21/63 in Co. H. Present thru 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled at Farmville, April 11‑21, 1865. 

DAVIS, G.L.: His only record is a Chimborazo Hosp. register entry on 10/1/64 that shows him as a member of Co. D.

 DAVIS, HENRY R.: enl. 1/8/62 in Co. K. Absent sick, Nov.‑Dec. 1862. KIA near Culpeper C.H., 9/13/63.

 DAVIS, JAMES H.: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Present to 3/31/62, then no further record.

 DAVIS, JAMES L.: enl. 4/20/63 in Co. E. Absent sick, Jan.‑‑Feb. 1864. Present thru 10/1/64. Last record is of hospitalization for fever during Oct. 1864.

 DAVIS, JOHN W.: One stray slip, declaring this man to be of Co. K and in a Richmond hospital in May, 1862, is the total record. It is probably garbled from another soldier.

 DAVIS, NICHOLAS E.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Promoted to Sgt., 1/31/62 and to Lt. on 12/19/62. KIA near Manassas on 10/17/63.

 DAVIS, SAMUEL: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, age 39. Mechanic. Discharged on 5/21/62. 

DAVIS, SMITH: enl. 9/22/62 in Co. H. Absent on leave twice, otherwise always present thru 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled at Richmond, 4/24/65.

 DAWSON, DAVID: enl. 3/18/62 in Co. K. Absent on detail, Nov.‑Dec. 1863. Absent sick, May‑June 1864. AWOL from 7/1/64 thru 9/1/64 final roll. 

DAWSON, RICHARD G.: enl. 5/20/62 in Co. G. Excepting two absences on horse detail, Dawson was present at every roll thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Appomattox.

 DAY, WILLIAM L.: enl. 1/1/64 in Co. E. Present thru 10/1/64 final roll.

 DEANS, JOSIAH HERBERT: b. 11/12/1842. att. VMI‑ enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H. Promoted to Cpl., 417/62. Absent sick, May‑June 1862. Transferred to Southside Artillery on 9/7/62. Freight agent in Alabama after the war. d. 1881. 

DECKER, MARSHALL ELTON: b. 2/2/1834. enl. 2/11/62 in Co. E. Absent sick on three rolls, otherwise present thru 10/1/64 final roll. d. 4/13/1909. Decker and both of his brothers listed below are buried at North Pamunkey Church, Orange Co.

 DECKER, RICHARD CALVIN: b. 6/1/1843. enl. 2/14/62 in Co. E. Absent sick on just one roll, otherwise always present thru 10/1/64 final roll. d. 2/26/1934.

DECKER, WALKER JOHN: b‑ 5/25/1841. att. Richmond College. enl. 8/12/61 in Co. E. Promoted to Sgt. about Sept. 1862. Hospitalized in Aug.‑Sept. 1864. Absent on horse detail at 10/1/64 final roll. Baptist preacher. d. 12/2/1928 in Orange Co.

 DENT, JAMES: Paroled at Farmville, April 11‑21,1865, as a member of Co. A.

 DERBY, HENRY LANDON: b. 1843 in Dinwiddie Co. Enrolled as a conscript in Co‑ G an 5/5/64. His final official record is that he deserted on 6/1/64. A postwar family account, however, claims that he was wounded in the foot in Jan. 1865. d. 1909 at Lawrenceville.

 DESHAZO, JOHN C.: enl. 8/15/64 in Co‑ F. Present thru 10/22/64 final roll. Paroled in Va., 5/5/65.

 DEW, DANIEL BOONE: b. Jan. 1846. att. VMI. enl. 7/16/63 in Co. H. KIA near Shepherdstown or Middletown during July 1863.

 DEW, JAMES HARVIE: b. 10/18/1843 in King & Queen Co. enl. 2/20/62 in Co. H. Absent sick, Nov.‑Dec. 1862. Had his horse killed at Brandy Station. Present thru Dec. 1863. then no further record, inexplicably. Physician in New York City postwar, and died there on 1/26/1914.

DEW, RODERICK: b. 1838 in King & Queen Co. Farmer. enl. 4/18/62 in Co‑ F. Discharged for disability, 7/1/62.

 DEWBERRY, SAMUEL R.: Conscript assigned to Co. D, 7/1/64. Present at Sept. 1864 final roll.

 DICKENS. JOHN R.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. Promoted to Cpl. in March 1862. age 26. Promoted to Sgt. on 1/1/63. AWOL, Jan.‑April 1863. POW in King George Co., 4/3/63; paroled 5/10/63. Absent wounded, May‑June 1863. Died of acute dysentery at Charlottesville, 11/10/63.

 DICKINSON, JAMES C.: enl. 5/7/61 in Co. B. Age 23 in April 1862. Absent sick, July‑Dec. 1861 and Dec. 1862‑March 1863. AWOL, May‑June 1862. Detailed by Genl. Stuart to run a seine fishery on the Rappahannock, March‑June 1863. Present then until transferred to Co. E, 11th Va. Cav. on 4/25/64. Farmer in Spotsylvania Co. in 1885. d‑ 1/10/1901 in Caroline, age 63.

 DICKINSON. WILLIAM: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I, age 26. Promoted to Sgt. in April 1862. Absent with cause on two rolls. POW at Cobbs Neck, Md., 4/2/65; released 4/14/65.

 DICKINSON, WILLIAM B.: Served in Fredericksburg Arty. in 1861. enl. 6/18/62 in Co. B, 9th Cav. Returned to Fredericksburg Arty. on 10/10/63. Farmer in Spotsylvania. d. 12/31/1912.

 DICKINSON, WILLIAM C.: b. 8/1/1843. enl. 3/1/62 in Co. E. Promoted to Cpl., 4/15/63 and to Sgt., 8/1/64. Absent wounded, Jan.‑April 1864. Sick in Chimborazo Hospital as of 3/23/65. d. 7/1/1923 in Spotsylvania.

 DIGGS, WILLIAM C.: enl. 1/23/63 in Co. B. Absent wded. from March 1864 thru 9/30/64 final roll. in Chimborazo Hosp. with eczema and scabies on 3/28/65. Paroled at Bowling Green, 5/3/65. Merchant in Caroline Co., 1885. d. 1/31/1918, age 73.

 DILLARD, CHARLES: His only record is of being in a Richmond hospital from 10/26/64 to 11/24/64, sent thence to Castle Thunder. Listed as being of Co. I. 

DILLARD, WIRT W.: enl. 7/4/61 in Co. E. AWOL from Oct. 1862 thru 1864. 

DILLON, JOHN H.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I, age 27. Absent sick, Nov.‑Dec. 1861. Listed as a deserter on  8/12/63 near Brandy Station. Present again, Nov. 1863 thru June 1864. Absent sick, July‑Aug. 1864. AWOL, Sept. 7-25, 1864. Present at 10/10/64 final roll. Paroled at King George C.H., 5/1/65.

DISHMAN, ADDISON T.: b. 9/23/1824. enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I, as Lt. Dropped at re‑election on 318/62.

 DISHMAN, J.P.: enl. 1/18/63 in Co. F. Died of typhoid at Hanover Academy Hospital on 6/3/63.

 DISHMAN, SAMUEL: enl. 2/15/64 in Co. F. Farmer. Absent on detail to the subsistence department on the Northern Neck for his entire service, until AWOL at 10/1/64 final roll. Discharged for disability (epilepsy) on 12/23/64, age 42. 

DISHMAN, WILLIAM L.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, age 23. Farmer. Present on every roll, except three times detached for picket or horse detail, thru 10/1/64 final roll.

DIX, RICHARD THOMAS M.: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D, as Cpl. Absent with leave, July‑Aug. 1861. AWOL, March‑April 1862. The only further record for Dix is an undated note that he is a U.S. prisoner listed as a "discharged soldier."

 DOBYNS, C. AURELIUS: enl. 4/1/64 in Co. D. Absent sick on every roll.

 DOBYNS, JAMES S: enl. 10/1/61 in Co. D. Absent on detail on three roils, then absent sick, May 1864 thru 10/20/64 final roll.

 DODD, GEORGE: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I, age 26. On extra duty as a teamster, Nov. 1862 thru Feb. 1863. Present on every roll thru 10/10/64 final roll. Paroled at King George C.H., 5/2/65.

 DODD, JOHN R.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I, age 27. Absent wded., May 1863 thru Aug. 1864. POW at Fredericksburg, 3/28/64 and sent to Ft. Delaware; no parole record is shown. Retired to Invalid Corps, 10/11/64. Paroled at King George C.H., 5/1/66. 

DODD, WILLIAM FRANK: enl. 10/1/62 in Co. A. Present invariably, thru 10/6/64 final roll. POW at Jetersville, 4/6/65; release from Pt. Lookout, 6/11/65. d. 1/6/1909 in D.C., age 69.

 DOUGLAS, BEVERLEY BROWNE: b. 12/21/1822. Lawyer. enl. 6/10/61 in Co. H, as Lt. Promoted to Capt., 7/17/61. Absent attending the Va. General Assembly, Nov. 1861 thru Feb. 1862. At the 1862 reorganization, Douglas became Major of the 5th Va. Cav. in U.S. Congress postwar. d. 12/22/1878.

 DOUGLAS, RHODAM: enl. 12/19/61 in Co. C. Absent sick, July‑Aug. 1862. AWOL on 1/25/63, and eventually shown as deserted from that date.

 DOUGLAS, RICHARD T.:enl . 6/26/61 in Co. F, age 23, Mechanic. Assigned as blacksmith to the company. On extra duty as blacksmith at brigade or division HQ from May 1862 to June 1864. Present at 10/1/64 final roll.

 DOUGLAS, ROBERT F.: enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F, age 37. Mechanic. Detailed as courier at Urbanna and Centre Cross, Jan-April 1862. Discharged, 5/22/62.

 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM WALTER: b. 2/6/1834 in New Kent Ca‑ att. William & Mary. enl. 8/6/61 by transfer from Co. E, 40th Va. Inf. Promoted to Surgeon, CSA, on 2/5/62. Served as such with the 10th Va. Cav. and at Staunton. Physician at Warsaw postwar. d. 7/24/1902.

 DOULING, JOSEPH WILLIAM: b. 1/22/1847. Conscript assigned to Co. D, 7/1/64. Present thru 10/20/64 final roll. Paroled at Northumberland C.H., 5/9/65. d. 4/20/1918.

 DOULING, THOMAS W : enl. 3/8/62 in Co. D. Present until KIA at Buckland, 10/19/63.

 DOWDY, JAMES W.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Promoted to Cpl., 5/15/62. POW at Richards Ford, 4/29/63; paroled at Ft. Delaware during May. Absent sick from Sept. 1863 until he died of chronic diarrhea in Lunenburg Co., 12/3/63. 

DOWNING, JOHN BEVERLEY: b. 10/25/1839. enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Absent sick once and on detail once, otherwise present thru 10/20/64 final roll. Paroled at Burkesville, 4/23/65. d. 1875 in Baltimore.

DOWNING, JOSEPH: b. 9/28/1819. m. Caroline a. Blackwell, 1843. enl. 5/4/62 in Co. D. Died 8/13/62 at Hanover Academy Hospital, of brain fever.

 DOWNING, SAMUEL, JR.: b. 9/8/1842. enl. 9/26/61 in Co. D. Discharged to study at VMI, 12/13/61; he eventually graduated there. Downing became Capt., Co. L, 55th Va. Inf., in March 1862. Postwar merchant. d. 3/11/1885 in Baltimore.

 DOWNING, SAMUEL BLACKWELL: b. 2/19/1844 in Northumberland Co. enl. 10/1/61 in Co. ‑D. Shown as AWOL tram 4/1/64 thru Oct. 1864 final roll. Downing is listed as being in Petersburg General Hospital with a gunshot wound from 6/15/65 to 9/22/65; this may be a mistake for 1864. d. 3/21/1925 in Northumberland Co.

 DOWNING, THOMAS JEROME: b. 10/29/1845. enl. 10/26/63 in Co. D. Wded. 8/16/64. Absent in Northumberland Co., without leave, at 10/20/64 final roll. Paroled on the Northern Neck, 4/29/65. d. 1/20/1911 in Baltimore. 

DOZIER, PHILIP S.: enl. 8/10/61 in Co. C. Transferred on 1/3/62, destination not shown. Postwar roster says "Died in service."

 DOZIER, WILLIAM R.: enl. 6/28/61 in Co. C. Absent on extra service, July‑Aug. 1862. Discharged. 9/28/62.

 DUERSON, JOHN J.: b. 6/23/1837. Farmer. enl. 2/11/62 in Co. E. On detached service, May‑Aug. 1863 and July‑Aug. 1864. POW at Stony Creek, 12/1/64; released from Pt‑ Lookout, 5/13/65. d. 3/31/1915 in Stafford Co. bur. Berea Baptist Church, Stafford ca.

 DUERSON, THOMAS L.: enl. 4/3/62. Present without exception, thru 10/1/64 final roll.

 DUFFEY, WILLIAM L.: enl. 4/21/62 in Co. A, as Bugler, age 32. Carpenter. Absent sick, Jan.‑Feb. 1862, then AWOL in July--Aug. 1864. Present at 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/18/65. d. March 1899 in Stafford Co., survived by 14 children.

DUNAWAY, ADONIRUM B.: b. 10/5/1842 in Lancaster Co. enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Promoted to Cpl., 4/1/63. Absent sick on one roll, otherwise always present thru 10/20/64 final roll. Baptist preacher, alive in 1916.

 DUNAWAY, EDGAR E.: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Farmer. Absent sick, Sept.‑Dec. 1861. Discharged for disability (lungs and spine), 5/6/62, age 29.

 DUNAWAY, GEORGE WASHINGTON: b. 9/7/1839 in Richmond Co. enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Absent sick, May‑June 1862. Wded. by gunshot in left arm, ca. 6/25/64. d. 1/9/1895 in Lava, Va.

 DUNAWAY, RAWLEIGH WILLIAM: b. 11/10/1830. Farmer. enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D. Promoted to Sgt. ca. March 1862. Absent detailed on one roll and absent sick on two rolls, otherwise present thru 10/20/64 final roll. Paroled at Richmond, 4/20/65. d. 4/24/1876 in Richmond.

 DUNCAN, EDWARD A.: enl. 6/15/61 in Co. H. Absent sick from May 1862 until discharged for disability, 2/1/63, age 30. 5' 3" tall. Occupation given as coach maker. Present again from March 1863 thru 10/16/64 final roll. Paroled at Appomattox. Duncan's file is full of papers seeking a civilian clerkship, pleading ill health and family hardships.

 DUNEGAN, GEORGE: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Farmer. Absent sick, July‑Aug. 1862. Discharged for disability (pulmonary), 10/22/62, age 18.

 DUNN, WINTER M.: Conscript assigned to Co. F, 8/28/64. Present at 10/22/64 final roll. in Chimborazo Hosp. with scrofula in March 1865.

 DUNSTAN, RICHARD R.: enl. 6/15/61 in Co. H. On extra duty as blacksmith, Aug. 1861 thru June 1863. Present then thru 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled at Richmond, 4/21/65.

 DURHAM, JAMES S.: enl. 1/11/63 in Co. F. Absent sick, 6/10/64 thru 10/1/64, at the end of the period being AWOL.

 DURRETT, ADDISON LEWIS: b. ca. 1827. enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Detailed at once as surgeon in a Fredericksburg hospital. Commissioned as Asst. Surgeon, CSA, in Feb. 1862. Served in that capacity with the 35th Ga. Inf. d. 10/27/1887 in Spotsylvania Co.

 DUTTON, ABNER F.: enl. 7/20/61 in Co. F, age 24. Merchant. Promoted to Sgt., 8/15/63. POW in King & Queen Co., 3/11/64; exchanged from Pt. Lookout, 9/18/64. Hospitalized in Sept.‑Oct. 1864 with a tumor in his thigh. 

DUVALL, FOSCARINA W.H.: enl. 4/25/61 in Co. E. Present thru Feb. 1862. No further record.

 DYKE, JOHN L.: enl. 10/27/62 in Co. F. Absent sick in June and Dec. 1863, otherwise present thru 10/1/64 final roll.

 DYSON, FRANCIS A.: b. Nottoway Co. Planter. enl. 5/10/61 in Co. G. Discharged for disability (stomach), 7/1/61. 

EDMONDS, AUGUSTUS RALPH: b. 9/10/1844. enl. 9/1/62 in Co. D. Wded. in Maryland in July 1863. Absent sick from March 1864 at least until Dec. 1864. Paroled at Richmond, 4/24/65. Lived in Miami, Missouri postwar. d. 7/7/1908.

 EDMONDS, BUNYAN B.: enl. 12/31/61 in Co. D. Absent sick, March‑April 1862. Absent sick at home in Lancaster Co., without leave, at 10/20/64 final roll.

 EDMONDS, LITTLETON: Conscript assigned to Co. G, 8/26/64. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/16/65.

 EDMONDS, TAZEWELL: b. 4/9/1847. This man has no official record, but his family says he served as a temporary substitute for A.R. Edmonds. d. 10/23/1918.

 EDMONDSON, JOHN B.: enl. 5/20/62 in Co. G. Wded. at Boonsboro, 7/8/63; returned to duty in Jan. 1864. Present thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/18/65.

 EDRINGTON, JOHN CATESBY, JR.: b. 7/24/1828. enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A, as Cpl. Farmer. Promoted to Sgt. by May 1862. MWIA "at Malvern Hill" and died in Richmond in July 1862. bur. Oakwood Cemetery.

 EDWARDS, CHARLES R.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co‑ C. Present without exception on all rolls thru 10/1/64. Paroled at Westmoreland C.H., 5/6/65.

 EDWARDS, GEORGE WASHINGTON: b. Dec. 1843. enl. 10/8/61 in Co. D. Charged with loss of his gun and saber in April 1862. Absent sick, Feb. 1864. AWOL, March‑April 1864. No further record. d. 11/13/1920 in Northumberland Co.

 EDWARDS, JAMES M.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I, as Lt., age 38. Present until dropped at the 3/8/62 reorganization of the company.

 EDWARDS, JOHN T.: enl. 9/1/63 in Co. B. Present on all rolls thru 9/30/64 final roll. Informal records show that he died in hospital.

 EDWARDS, JULIEN T.: b. 11/14/1841 in King William Co. enl. 6/15/61 in Co. H. Detailed as courier to Genl. Jackson, June 1862. Wded. by gunshot in right forearm during July‑Aug. 1863; absent for that cause thru June 1864. Detailed in Treasury Dept. in Richmond and then on medical duty there (nurse at Chimborazo), July 1864‑‑March 1865. Paroled at Richmond, 4/25/65.

 EDWARDS, PRESLEY COLEMAN: b. 9/23/1843. enl. 9/22/62 in Co. H. Absent sick twice, otherwise present thru 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled at Blacks and Whites, 4/16/65. 

EDWARDS, ROBERT A.: enl. 3/16/62 in Co. K, as Sgt. Wded. ca. 5/1/63. POW and paroled in Westmoreland Co., 5/24/63. KIA 8/18/64. 

EDWARDS, THOMAS WILLIAM BROWN: enl. Sandford's Co., 12/24/61 as Sgt., age 29. Transferred to Co. C as Pvt., 3/1/63. Promoted to Sgt., 11/18/63. Present then on every roll thru 10/1/64 final roll. POW at Amelia C.H., 4/3/65; released from Pt. Lookout, 6/11/65. Edwards' diary is in the Virginia State Archives. 

EELLS, JOHN: enl. 6/17/61 in co. H. Promoted to Cpl., 8/15/61. Absent with leave beginning Nov. 1861. Eells went on to become Capt. and Major in the 5th Va. Cav.

 EFFORD, GEORGE W.: b. 3/31/1826. enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Discharged, 5/20/62. d. 7/21/1881. bur. Farnham Church, Richmond Co.

 EFFORD, RICHARD MARION: enl. 1/7/62 in Co. K. Absent wded., July‑Dec. 1863. Present then thru 9/1/64 final roll. 

EFFORD, SYDNOR: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Absent sick most of the time and eventually died of Phthisis on 9/27/62 at Huguenot Springs Hospital.

 ELIFF, GEORGE: enl. 1/1/62 in Co. C. Enlistment extended for two years  in March 1862, but no further record beyond that date.

 ELLIS, SAMUEL T.: enl. 10/12/61 in Co. I. POW at Barnesville, Md., 9/9/62. Age ‑ 35. Occupation ‑ Sailor. Paroled on the same day that he was captured and deserted from that point, never rejoining his company.

 ELMORE, ERASTUS: enl. 10/24/61 in Co. K. Farmer. Absent sick from May 1862 until discharged for disability (Phthisis and Scrofula) on 10/22/62, age 26.

 EMBREY, EDGAR ALEXANDER: b. 2/2/1836 in Fauquier Co. enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Absent on detached service, May‑June 1863. POW at Hagerstown, 7/12/63; exchanged from Pt. Lookout, 3/20/64. Present then thru 10/6/64 final roll. d. 6/6/1921. 

EMBREY, EDWARD ERASTUS: enl. 4/17/64 in Co. A. Wded. 6/28/64; absent at least into Oct. 1864. Lived in Missouri postwar. d. 1/124/1920. 

EMBREY, EDWIN NEWTON: b. 8/5/1833. enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. On detached service making boots for the regiment, Nov. 1862 thru April 1863. Absent sick, Sept.‑Oct. 1863. Present then thru 10/6/64 final roll. d. 9/29/1900. 

EMBREY, FRANCIS MARION: b. 1/24/1844. enl. 6/5/63 in Co. A. AWOL in Nov.‑Dec. 1863 and March‑April 1864 and Aug. 1864. Present at 10/6/64 final roll. Farmer. d. 2/3/1941 in Fauquier co.

 EMBREY, JOHN THOMAS: b. 2/9/1842. enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Absent sick, May‑June 1863. AWOL, Nov.‑Dec. 1863. Served on extra duty as a cook. Present at 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled at Farmville, April 11‑21,1865. d. 1918 in Branham, Texas.

 EMBREY, JOSEPH CUMBERLAND WALLER: b. 3/17/1835. Farmer. enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A. On extra duty in QM dept., May. June 1862. POW in Fauquier Co., 11/15/62 (Federal roll says "deserter"); exchanged 3/29/63. Had horse killed at Brandy Station. Absent sick, Nov. 1863 thru Feb. 1864. Detailed with the brigade ordnance train, March 1864 thru 10/6/64 final roll. d. 1/7/1914.

 EMBREY, LEMUEL JACKSON: enl. 6/16/61 in Co. A, age shown as 30 or 33. Carpenter. Absent sick on three rolls; absent detailed with the QM on four rolls; absent detailed as teamster and carpenter on one roll. Present at 10/6/64 final roll. Paroled in Va., 4/15/65. m. Dulcie  Richards, 1875. d. 1921.

 EMBREY, MADISON FRANKLIN: b. 10/8/1834. enl. 10/1/62 in Co. A. On extra duty as clerk with the QM from enlistment thru 10/6/64 final roll, always shown as present. Paroled in Va., 4/15/65. Lived in Memphis postwar. d. 3/28/1929 in D.C. bur. Fredericksburg Confederate Cemetery.

 EMBREY, SANFORD DALLAS: b. 6/29/1843. Student. enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Present until AWOL, 5/30/64‑6/6/64. Present at 10/6/64 final roll. Embrey was reported to the Bureau of Conscription on 2/25/65 as being AWOL in Fauquier Co. d. 3/15/1924. bur. Cedar Grove Cemetery, Bealeton.

 EMBREY, WALLACE W.: enl. 10/28/63 in Co. A. AWOL in Nov.‑Dec. 1863 and July 1864. Present at 10/6/64 final roll. Reported to the Bureau of Conscription on 2/25/65 as being AWOL in Fauquier Co.

 EMBREY, WELLFORD HENDERSON: b. 9/1/1831 in Fauquier Co. enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Present without fail thru 10/6/64 final roll. d. 3/26/1885 in Stafford Co.

 EMBREY, WILFRED SMITH: b. 1/30/1834 in Fauquier Co. Farmer. enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Present on every roll thru 10/6/64 final roll, except when AWOL from 5/30/64 to 6/7/64. On Fredericksburg City Council postwar. d. 10/20/1908 in Fredericksburg.

 ENGLAND, JOHN W.: enl. 9/19/62 in Co. B‑ Farmer. Absent sick in Aug. 1863. Always present otherwise thru 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Ashland, 5/1/65. Farmer in Caroline Co‑ in 1904.

 ENGLISH, JAMES M.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. AWOL in Nov. 1862. Deserted 1/28/63.

 ENGLISH, THOMAS: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. Illiterate. Deserted 1/28/63.

 ENNIS, WILLIAM: enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Deserted 5/10/62.

 ESKRIDGE, JOHN W.: enl. 4/21/61 in Co. A as Sgt., age 26. Occupation ‑ clerk. Reduced to Pvt. at April 1862 reorganization. Absent on detached service, Nov. 1863‑Feb. 1864. Present then thru 10/6/64 final roll.

 ESTES, JOHN J.: enl. 6/7/61 in Co. G. Absent sick, Nov. 1862 thru Feb. 1863. Wded. at Hagerstown, 7/12/63; returned to duty in March 1864. On detached duty at Gill's Bridge on Sept. 1864 final roll. Hospitalized in Chimborazo in Feb. 1865 (catarrh). Paroled at Burkesville, April 14‑17, 1865.

 EUBANK, A.J.: enl. 4/20/63 in Co. G, by transfer from 10th Va. Cav. Wded. at Hanover, 6/30/63; returned to duty in Nov. 1863. Wded. by gunshot in left toot ca. 6/25/64; apparently never returned to duty. Paroled at Burkeville Jct., 4/20/65.

 EUBANK, EDWARD FENDALL: enl. 9/7/62 in Co. H. Student. POW in Sussex Co., 6/30/64; exchanged from Pt.  Lookout, 3/16/65. Paroled at Ashland, 5/1/65. Living in Greenville, Miss., in 1920.

 EUBANK, JAMES FRANCIS: b. 12/17/1844 in Haleysburg, Va. att. VMI. Served in Co. K, 23rd Va. Inf., 1861‑1863. enl. 1/20/64 in Co. G, 9th Cav. Present thru 9/30/64 final roll. Teacher. d. 11/19/1915 in Blackstone, Va.

 EUBANK, JOHN EDWARD: enl. 2/7/63 in Co. G. Absent sick, Nov. 1863 thru Feb. 1864 and July‑Aug. 1864. Paroled at Burkesville, April 14‑17, 1865. 

EUBANK, PHILLIP COWLES: b. 3/29/1837 in Essex Co. att. Emory & Henry. Farmer. enl. 6/10/61 in Co. F. Absent sick in Feb. 1862, Aug.‑Oct. 1862 and March 1865. AWOL June‑Aug. 1863 and Dec. 1863. Present at 10/1/64 final roll.

 EUBANK, R.S.: Only record is that he was paroled from Co. G at Burkesville Jct., April 14‑17, 1865.

 EUBANK, WILLIAM SHELTON: b. King William Co. enl. 10/26/62 in Co. G. Wded. at Boonsboro, 7/8/63; returned to duty in Sept. 1863. Present, serving as courier for Col. Beale, at 9/30/64 final roll. Paroled at Ashland, 4/28/65. Richmond builder. d. 1/4/1905.

 EUBANK, WILLIAM D.: enl, 3/1/63 in Co. D. Absent sick, July‑Dec. 1863. Present then thru 10/20/64 final roll.

 EUSTACE, JAMES J.: enl. 3/30/62 in Co. A. AWOL in July‑Aug. 1863, Nov. 1863 thru April 1864 and again in Aug. 1864. Present at 10/6/64 final roll. 

EUSTACE, JOHN: enl. 10/15/62 in Co. A. AWOL in March‑April 1863, Aug.‑Sept. 1863, Nov.‑Dec. 1863, April‑May 1864. Paroled at Burkesville, 4/25/65.

 EUSTACE, WILLIAM H.: enl. 8/1/63 in Co. A. POW near Culpeper, 9/14/63; exchanged from Pt. Lookout, 12/28/63. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/16/64; released from Ft. Delaware, 6120/66. 5' 3" tall.

 EVANS, ANDREW M.: enl. 3/27/62 in Co. F. Absent sick, June 1863. Present on all other reports thru 10/1/64 final roll.

 EVANS, ASBURY WATSON: enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. Present on every roll thru 10/6/64 final roll, except when detailed for service with QM for two months in 1864. Deputy treasurer of Stafford Co. d. 6/7/1910, age 74.

 EVANS, CHRISTOPHER D.J.: b. 9/22/1819. enl. 6/29/61 in Co. C. Served as gunsmith and blacksmith. Discharged for disability, 12/14/61. Served also in Co. A, 15th Va. Cav. and in QM dept. of that regiment. d. 9/21/1900. bur. St. James Episcopal Church, Montross, Va.

 EVANS, JAMES B.: enl. 3/24/62 in Co. F. Farmer. Absent sick at home, without leave, until discharged for disability in Dec. 1862, age 38.

 EVANS, JOHN A.: b. June 1832. enl. 3/10/62 in Co. A. POW near Culpeper, 9/13/63; exchanged from Elmira, 3/10/65. d. 6/2/1921 in Stafford Co.

 EVANS, WASHINGTON C.: enl. 6/26/61 in co. F, age 26. Mechanic. Absent sick, May‑June 1863. AWOL, Dec. 1863. KIA near Malvern Hill, 7/29/64.

 EVERETT, CHARLES W.: enl. 5/25/61 in Co. C. Illiterate. Did extra duty as a wagon driver. Deserted to U.S. lines near Falmouth on 3/30/63.

 EWELL, JAMES LEROY: b. 1837. att. Randolph‑Macon. enl. 6/16/61 in Co. D, as Sgt. Promoted to Lt., 5/12/62. Acting QM for the regiment, May‑June 1863. Present at 10/20/64 final roll. d. 7/18/1866, of war disease.

 EWELL, JOHN CHOWNING: b. 11/26/1842. Transferred to Co. D from Co. F, 47th Va. Inf. on 11/1/62. Wded. by gunshot in left side, 10/27/64. Lawyer and judge postwar. d. 8/25/1919 in Bertrand, Va.

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