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Co. C,63rd VIRGINIA INFANTRY

 
"My time is swiftly rolling on
When I must faint and die;
My body to the dust return
And there forgotten lie..."
Fom an Appalachian folk tune

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Co. C

of the

63rd Regiment of Virginia Infantry

CSA

Army of Tennessee

"Marshall's Rifles"

1862-1865

recruited in the mountains

of

Grayson County, Virginia

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Photo Courtesy of Jeffrey C. Weaver

PVT Lilbourne Blevins

Co. C, 63RD Virginia Infantry

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The 63rd Regiment of Virginia Infantry was organized in March and April, 1862 under the command of Col. John J. McMahon. The troops enlisted for three years or the duration of the war. The regiment was made up of 10 companies recruited in the following counties.

Co.A--Washington

Co. B--Washington Co., Virginia and Sullivan Co., Tennessee

Co.C--Grayson

Co. D--Montgomery Co., Virginia and Monroe Co., West Virginia

Co. E--Washington

Co. F--Washington

Co.G--Carroll and Grayson

Co. H--Wythe

Co. I (1st)--Floyd. (Organized on July 5, 1861 as Co. G, 50th Va. Inf.) Disbanded and members transferred to other companies in the regiment in January, 1863

Co. I(2nd)--Carroll

Co. K--Smyth

One company, Co. I (1st), Named the Floyd Blues or Dunn's Co. had already seen action when it was Co. G of the 50th Va. This company upon its reorganization on April 1, 1862 transferred to the 63rd. It had originally been organized on July 5, 1861. This Company was an experienced nucleus for the new 63rd Virginia Infantry.

After its organization the 63rd was assigned to BGen. Humphrey Marshall's Command. General Marshall, a politically appointee, styled his command as the "Army of Eastern Kentucky". This "Army" was actually no more than a few brigades of troops.

From May until December of 1862 the regiment was involved in operations in southwest Virginia, West Virginia, and Kentucky, seeing its first combat as a unit at the Battle of Princeton, West Virginia.

In December, 1862, the regiment, along with several other units in Marshall's command, was transferred to another theater of operations in the Tidewater region of Virginia. It took part in several engagements while operating in this sector. In March, 1863 the regiment returned to southwest Virginia. During the summer of 1863 the regiment was charged with the security of the saltworks at Saltville, Virginia.

In August, 1863, the 63rd, along with the 54th Virginia(Col. Robert Trigg, commanding), and the Nottoway Artillery(Jeffress's Battery), was transferred to the Army of Tennessee where it would remain for the duration of the war. The 63rd was placed in the brigade of Col. John H. Kelly.

Kelly's Brigade

63RD Virginia Infantry

5TH Kentucky Infantry

65TH Georgia Infantry

58TH North Carolina Infantry

The first action seen with the Army of Tennessee was at Chickamauga, Georgia in September, 1863. The 63rd lost over one third (1/3) of its troops at Chickamauga. This is a casualty rate of 33%.

During the battle the 63rd Virginia, along with Kelly's Brigade, was involved in the intense fighting at Snodgrass Hill where the Union forces of Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas' Division put up stubborn resistance. Thomas' troops held out longer than the rest of the Army of the Cumberland thereby preventing the destruction of the Union force. Thomas' stubborn defense allowed Maj. Gen. William Rosecrans to extract his army and retreat to Chattanooga. For his dogged tenacity Thomas earned the sobriquet "The Rock Of Chickamauga".

After Chickamauga Col. Kelly was promoted and transferred to a Cavalry command. The brigade came under the command of BGen. Alexander W. Reynolds. The brigade was reorganized with the transfer of the the 5th Kentucky and the 65th Georgia. Another North Carolina regiment, the 60th, was added and the 54th Virginia was transferred to the brigade. This would be the makeup of the brigade for the rest of the war.

Reynolds' Brigade

63RD Virginia Infantry

54TH Virginia Infantry

58TH North Carolina Infantry

60TH North Carolina Infantry

Two months after the fight at Chickamauga, at the Battle of Missionary Ridge, the 63rd and Reynolds' Brigade was assigned to the right flank of the Confederate line, attached to the command of Gen. Patrick R. Cleburne. From this time on the 63rd Virginia was involved in all major engagements, as well as multiple minor fights, in which the Army of Tennessee was engaged.

From its organization until the end of 1863 the 63rd Virginia had moved around quite a bit. Its involvement in combat had not been intense until joining the Army of Tennessee in September. The battles at Chickamauga and the siege of Chattanooga had been its most severe test. The year of 1864 would be altogether different. 1864 would be very costly for the 63rd Virginia Infantry Regiment.

In December, 1863 Gen. Braxton Bragg was relieved of command of the Arny and replaced, temporarily, with Gen. Richard Taylor who held command until Gen. Joseph E. Johnston could assume command. This pleased the troops in the rank and file.

In the Spring and Summer of 1864 the 63rd would become involved in some of the most devastating campaigning of its service, for the tenuous struggle for the vital city of Atlanta was about to begin. It was vital to the Union war effort that Atlanta be taken from the Rebels, thereby eliminating a major supply and communication hub of the Confederacy.

One of Reynolds' Virginians noted on July 15, 1864 they had not been out of the sound of artillery fire since May 7. He also felt the food had improved, writing, "We have been the best fed army I ever saw. It is not of the nicest king but plentie corn bread & bacon but we are lacking vegetables such as potatoes, cabbage, tomatoes, etc."

Following the Atlanta Campaign, due to depletion by combat, Reynolds' Brigade was consolidated with Brig. Gen. John C. Brown's Tennessee Brigade in September, 1864.

Reynolds'/Brown's Consolidated Brigade

54TH Virginia

63RD Virginia

58TH North Carolina

60TH North Carolina

3RD Tennessee
18TH Tennessee
26TH Tennessee
32ND Tennessee
45TH Tennessee
46TH Tennessee
23RD Tennessee Battalion

In November, 1864 Brig. Gen. Joseph Palmer assumed command of the brigade.

After the fall of Atlanta in September, 1864 Gen. Johnston was relieved and replaced with Gen. John Bell Hood, much to the chagrin of the troops. Hood was considered a "go getter" by his superiors, and go he did.

Under the assumption that if he took his army back into Tennessee, Sherman would follow, Hood proceeded with his ill fated Tennessee Campaign. However Sherman did not take the bait. Leaving Hood to his own devices, Sherman proceeded to make his now infamous, March Through Georgia.

Under Hood's command, The Army of Tennessee moved up through Georgia, Alabama, crossed the Tennessee River, and then entered Tennessee. The Army of Tennessee, with S.D. Lee's Corps in the lead, encountered the Federals at Columbia and Spring Hill, driving the enemy before them.

November 30, 1864 had been a beautiful Indian summer day. At dawn, the Confederates marched north from Spring Hill, Tennessee in pursuit of fleeing Federal forces. General Hood was determined to destroy the Union Army before it reached Nashville.

At the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee on November 30, 1864 Hood’s reckless nature wrecked the Army of Tennessee. Ever the lion in combat, Hood, without consideration for his troops, ordered a frontal assault on the entrenched Federals at Franklin even though he lacked the artillery to soften up the enemy positions. The Rebels through their tenacity carried the day but a dozen charges across open ground against Union fortifications had killed or wounded 7,000 veteran Confederate troops and cost the army six(6) of its ablest generals killed in action.

Seven other Confederate generals were wounded. 13 regimental commanders were killed and 32 wounded.

The 63rd Virginia had taken part in the fighting at Spring Hill and Columbia in the days before the fight at Franklin. The 63rd Virginia and Palmer's Brigade were in the vanguard of S.D. Lee's advance against the Union forces on November 28, pushing back a dozen regiments and six batteries of artillery. The 58th North Carolina had been detailed to guard the prisoners taken at these fights. Being split due to this, Palmer's Brigade, was assigned to guard the ordinance trains during Hood's assault at Franklin and was spared the bloodbath on November 30th. The 63rd was part of the train guard and, though on the scene, did not take an active part in the bloody assaults taking place. After the Federals abandoned their positions the men of the 63rd could see the results of brutal fighting as they passed over the field.

While Palmer's Brigade did not actively participate in the Battle of Franklin, members of the 63rd Virginia were on the field as stretcher bearers, and suffered casualties in their efforts to aid the wounded.

The Battle of Franklin has been called "the bloodiest hours of the American Civil War."

Called "The Gettysburg of the West," Franklin was one of the few night battles in the Civil War. It was also one of the smallest battlefields of the war (only 2 miles long and 1 1/2 miles wide). The main battle began around 4:00 pm and wound down around 9:00 pm.

More than 1,750 men were killed outright or died of mortal wounds, 3,800 seriously wounded and 702 captured (not including cavalry casualties). 15 out of 28 Confederate Generals were casualties. 65 field grade officers were lost. Some infantry regiments lost 64 % of their strength at Franklin. There were more men killed in the Confederate Army of Tennessee in the 5- hour battle than in the 2-day Battle of Shiloh and the 3-day Battle of Stones River.

A soldier in Maney's Brigade of Brown's Division, wrote, after the Battle of Franklin.........

"Daylight has come there is no enemy near us and we now look for ded and wounded which are many oh how bad I feel to look at my comrades torn to peaces by those missels of death one of my old company was killed ded they are all buried side by side and ech grave was marked it is horable thought ti think of the many friends we leave on the battle field the enemys loss was very heavy we killed a great many the ground was covered with blew coats we have got our men all buried we now take a little rest as we have not taken any in two days and nights."

Resinor Etter...Co. H, 16th Tenn. Vol. Inf. Regt.

CSA Generals Lost at Franklin

Killed

Major General Patrick R. Cleburne
Brigadier General John Adams
Brigadier General John C. Carter
Brigadier General States Rights Gist
Brigadier General Otho Strahl
Brigadier Hiram Granbury

Wounded

Major General John C. Brown
Brigadier General Francis Marion Cockrell
Brigadier General Zachariah C. Deas
Brigadier General Arthur Manigault
Brigadier General William A. Quarles (Later Captured)
Brigadier General Thomas M. Scott

Captured

Brigadier General George W. Gordon

Another Soldier wrote....

"(Franklin) is the blackest page in the history of the War of the Lost Cause. It was the bloodiest battle of modern times in any war. It was the finishing stroke to the Independence of the Southern Confederacy. I was there. I saw it." --

Pvt. Sam Watkins, Co. H, 1st Tennessee Infantry

Pvt. Calvin Livesay, Company C, 63rd Virginia, of Grayson County, Virginia wrote that the 63rd and its Brigade were detailed to guard the wagon train while the battle of Franklin raged. He wrote in 1913: “I knew there was severe fighting going on, for I had never heard such cannonading.” Livesay was on the battlefield the following day and saw the vast numbers of dead and “was able to step from one to the other without touching the ground.” “This was one of Hood’s rash moves, not caring how many men he sacrificed. He was a born general, but inhumanly heartless when it came to the battlefield.” according to Livesay

The Army of Tennessee died at Franklin, Tennessee on November 30, 1864.

The Federals retreated to Nashville and Hood followed but his efforts were ineffectual. As the army pursued the retreating Federals the 63rd was part of the force. Upon reaching Nashville and after several unsuccessful assaults on the Federals, Hood’s army had to abandon the campaign and save itself from complete destruction. The retreat took a roundabout route through Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina where the army arrived in February, 1865.

As the Army of Tennessee retreated from Nashville, Palmer's Brigade, of which the 63rd Virginia was now a part, was assigned to the command of General Nathan Bedford Forrest as part of the rear guard of the Army. Col. James T. Weaver, commander of the 60th North Carolina, was Killed in Action during this period.

On December 7 the 63rd took part in the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

Following the bloody debacle of Hood's Tennessee Campaign the 63rd continued to soldier on. The retreat from Tennessee in the cold winter months took a great toll on the 63rd Virginia and the rest of the Army of Tennessee.

In the 200 mile retreat, the 63rd Virginia would, as rear guard, constantly be in contact with the enemy, fighting not only human adversaries, but hunger and physical plus mental fatigue. All this in the cold of the harsh Tennessee Winter.The men were ill clad with no greatcoats. Many did not even have shoes. Some of the more fortunate ones did have blankets.

One Virginia soldier wrote.....“I was so exposed coming out of Tennessee that it became very sore.... Many men have lost their toes & some their entire feet."

While in camp at Tupelo, Mississippi, 2nd Lt. Samuel Robinson , Co. G/I, 63rd Virginia Infantry, wrote home to his wife Lydia in Virginia.........

Tupelo, Mississippi

January 15, 1865

"We have been marching and fighting all of the time on the 30 day of November we had the hardest little fight that has bin during this campaign but we was too hard for them. We drove them out of their works but our loss was heavy. It is reported to be thirty eight hundred kiled and wounded and I han’t any dout but it is true for I want over the battle field the next morning and it was the turiblest sight that my eye ever beheld. The men lay piled and crossed upon each other where or men charged them. I think that we had about 3 to the yankeys one kiled. This fight took place at franklin. Tennessee and we run them on to Nashville where we skirmished with them several days when our Brigade was ordered to murfreesborough, we reached there on the 6 day of December and in the 7 we had a faight there with the yankeys but they was too many for us. We had several kiled and wounded our colonel was shot through the arme and was left in the hands of the enemy. They was one of my Co. that was left there but I don’t know whether he was kiled or captured and we fell back some three or four miles and took appsition so as to keep them from reinforcing at Nashville and on the 15 and 16 was a big fight on the night of the 16 Janeral hood commenced retreating from Nashville with a heavy loss and we have retreated some too hundred miles through the wet and cold mud half leg deep and a great many of the men was entirely barfotted and almost naked. The men marched over the frozen ground till their feet was worn out till they could be tracked by the blood and some of them there feet was frosted and swolen till they bursted till they could not stand on their feet now this is what I saw my self and our Brigade left back with Jeneral Forrest Caveraly to Bring up and cover they retreat which left us in danger of being captured at any time but we got out safe or the mos of them, we had to stop and fight them most every day. On the 25 of the month which was Christmas day we pased through the town that is called Pulaski and we crossed the river and the caveraly aim to burn the bridge but the yankees run up and drove our men away about too o’clock they overtaken us and we form a line of battle and they came up and we let loose a volley at they which turned them and we charged after them and captured several horses all one brass pees of artillery and that given them a sear till was not pestered with them any till we reached Tennessee River and we crossed over where we joined the rest of the army, or what got out. They was at least one third of the men left in Tenn kiled wounded and captured. So I will stop writing for this time. I am truly thankful that I am spared with they has so many hundred yeas thoughsands killed by and round me and I have yet escaped.”

The men of the 63rd Virginia and of Palmer's Brigade were by now nearly naked--each soldier only a single blanket--or less. Rations were very scarce. The Army of Tennessee passed the severe winter of 1864-65 in active field service. Despite severe exposure of the men and officers, there were no complaints. The men knew complaints would do no good.

Gen. Hood resigned after the Tennessee Campaign and once more the beloved Joe Johnston was in command of the army.

Arriving in South Carolina the Army of Tennessee moved north. Palmer's Brigade was in the rear guard burning bridges behind the army, encountering the enemy at the Edisto River in several skirmishes.

Palmer's Brigade had the "honor" of acting as a rear guard to hold the south bank of the Congaree River until February 16. Palmer's command then withdrew and burned the bridge behind it. Johnston was operating a delaying action so that Columbia could be evacuated. The Army of Tennessee began its march north on February 17.

On March 8-10, 1865 the 63rd met the Federals in another rear guard action at Wilcox's Bridge near Kinston, North Carolina. This would cost the dwindling Army of Tennessee 1500 more casualties.

The 63rd Virginia would encounter the Yankees for one last big fight at Bentonville, North Carolina in March, 1865.

On March 19, 1865, S.D. Lee's Corps was officially given to Major General Daniel Harvey Hill. The next day the Army of Tennessee met the enemy in its last major engagement.

General Hill reported on Palmer’s Brigade in the Battle of Bentonville.

"At 3:15 p.m. the whole corps advanced in two lines, Deas' brigade and Palmer's, Stovall's and Jackson's constituting the front line; Manigault's Pettus' and Baker's the rear line, 300 yards retired." Palmer's troops passed through the first Federal line in under 15 minutes. The Yankees retired to breastworks 300 yards in the rear of their first line. Palmer's Brigade led the efforts that pushed them from there as well. Hill received a map made by the engineers of the Federal position, and found them to be parallel to the Goldsborough and Fayetteville Road, and a second set of trenches perpendicular to the first fronting on the swamp. At this point Hill was ordered to halt and reform. At this point in the battle General Palmer's Brigade assaulted the field works perpendicular to the road. Other events required the withdrawal of the small reserves, which the Federals discovered. The Yankees counterattacked, flanking Palmer, Baker and Carter. Hill realized this, but not before 200-300 of his Tennessee troops under Colonel Anderson Searcy of the 45th Tennessee were cut off. They made their way completely through Sherman's bummers and rejoined Hill's command 9 days later. Hill stated, in his battle report, that there would have been a disaster but that General Walthall arrived "to fill the gap and check the Yankee advance." General Palmer's troops disengaged to join General Pettus' Brigade by Hill's order. They rested until about sundown. At dusk the Federals advanced on Pettus, but he "drove them back without difficulty."

Major General Carter L. Stevenson also highly praised Palmer and his men.

Much depleted after the Bentonville fight, Palmer's Brigade was reorganized. On April 9, 1865 the 63rd Virginia was consolidated with the 54th Virginia. ( Between the two regiments, they could barely muster 100 men).The new organization was designated the 54th Battalion of Virginia Infantry under the command of Lt. Col. Connelly H. Lynch. Brig. Gen. Palmer was placed in command of a brigade of 43 consolidated Tennessee regiments in Gen. Bates' Division. The 58th and 60th North Carolina Regiments were consolidated and transferred to Brantley's Brigade in D.H. Hill's Division which was under the command of Col. J. G. Coltart.

Pettus’ Brigade

19TH Alabama Infantry Regt.

20TH Alabama Infantry Regt.

23RD Alabama Infantry Regt.

31ST Alabama Infantry Regt.

54TH Virginia Infantry Bn.

Affter the reorganization of the units, the 54th Va. Inf. Bn.( 63rd Va. and 54th Va. consolidated) with Pettus' Brigade was sent back to the Yadkin River as a rear guard to secure the bridges. The 63rd was here when news of Lee's surrender in Virginia reached them. While the 63rd was guarding the Yadkin River Bridge, President Jefferson Davis and his cabinet crossed the bridge and headed to Salisbury. Johnston surrendered his Army of Tennessee shortly after this.

Some soldiers, upon hearing of Lee's surrender just went home.

One 63rd Virginia soldier wrote many years later:

""From Charlotte we started for Raleigh and from there we went to Salisbury stopping there only a few days. There was a big distillery at this place. A guard was put around it at once to keep the men from appropriating its juices. From Salisbury we marched to Goldsboro. Near here we met the enemy and Captain Hampton was killed and Lieutenant Nels Ingoldsby was wounded, losing a leg. This was a drawn battle. ( This was probably the Battle of Bentonville) Here we rested for a few days, reorganized, and put the Virginia troops in Pettus' Brigade. This brigade was sent back to the Yadkin River to guard the bridges as General Johnston who was put back in command after the Battle of Nashville, now had charge of the army. While we were at this bridge President Davis and his cabinet crossed it and spent the night in Salisbury. They crossed on the Railroad bridge on horseback and in carriages. They were going south.

This was about the time of Lee's surrender. Johnston surrendered at Greensboro in about a week.

We were ordered to Salisbury. Here Captain Waugh told us he was going home and we could do as we pleased. Some one said he wanted water and Major Anderson said he knew of some fine springs in Grayson [County] and with one accord we started for home.

There came home with me Captain Waugh, the Records, Lieutenant Sheffey, and of the old mess, only Preston Parks. Others in our group returning home were Mike Delp, and some of the Collins boys, the Captain of Company H from Wythe, and others I could mention. As we came we met General William Terry who was going south. He talked with us a while.

We came to Randall Collins' and spent the night. There they sent Preston Parks and myself across the river on horseback. None of the boys from the upper end of the county were with us. I arrived home on Sunday, April 23, 1865 with only such feelings as a tired, hungry, and beaten soldier could have. I was glad the war was over and glad to see home and loved ones again, but sorry the enemy have overcome us. I was conscious of the fact that we had battled for the right and that our cause was just, wondering what was in store for us for we were in the hands of a heartless government now that Stevens, Staunton, Bill Chandler and Charles Sumner had the reins”"

PVT Calvin Livesey….Co. C, 63rd Virginia Infantry

During its service in the AOT the 63rd Virginia fought in Ten states and by the time of its surrender on April 26, 1865, at Durham Station, North Carolina, it had fought in over seventy (70) engagements. The 63rd took part in fighting at places that will be forever etched in the annals of the American Civil War. Places with names such as Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Ringold Gap, Resaca, Peachtree Creek, New Hope Church, Kennesaw Mountain, Franklin, Stones River and many others.

After it became a part of the Army of Tennessee the 63rd served under some of the Confederacy's ablest Generals. James Longstreet, Patrick Cleburne, Nathan Bedford Forrest, William J. Hardee, Stephen D. Lee, and Daniel Harvey Hill.

After the surrender, by Gen. Joseph E. Johnston on April 26, 1865, the 63rd,along with the 58th North Carolina, was paroled and taken by rail to Statesville, North Carolina where they proceeded to MARCH !.....Not Walk!...home. This was a distance of more than a hundred miles!

The 63rd Virginia was an outfit that saw much hard duty and got very little recognition. It had the distinction of being one of only three Virginia units to serve with the Army of Tennessee. The others being the 54th Virginia Infantry and the Nottoway Artillery.

The Army of Tennessee was a hard marching army whose area of operations covered Ten states. This encompassed an area of approximately 540,000 square miles! In contrast, Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia campaigned in a relatively small area, approximately 43,000 square miles from Richmond to Washington, D.C. and to the western areas of Virginia for most of its existance. While the ANV had its back to the wall bottled up at Petersburg, Virginia, the Army of Tennessee continued to march and fight the enemy over most of the Confederacy's territory, even after Lee's surrender.

The Army of Tennessee has been called, by historians, the "Hard Luck Army". Though the soldiers of the army were brave and tenacious they were blessed with very few capable commanders. Most of the proficient commanders, who were diligent and had the abilities and courage to properly handle the army, were either killed in battle, or were driven from its ranks by the petty jealousies of less capable officers.

Although the fighting abilities and courage of the soldiers in the ranks were second to none, miscalculations and blunders by sub-standard commanders caused the Army of Tennessee to attract a less than admirable reputation in the minds of historians.

The 63rd Virginia itself has not been well treated by historians, labeled by them as a below par regiment. Most historians tend to praise the regiments in the Army of Northern Virginia and degrade those units who did not serve directly under the great Robert E. Lee. However no unit in the ANV can lay claim to having marched so far, and served in so many different locales as the 63rd. To be fair, the 63rd fought in battles which were just as bloody as those in which its eastern counterparts took part. In its career the 63rd was in over 70 engagements. (See paragraph below)****

****In its 36 months of service to the Confederacy the 63rd Virginia Infantry engaged the enemy and left its blood on the field of battle in over Seventy( 70) engagements in TEN(10) states, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, and North Carolina, marching or traveling by rail a distance of over 7500 miles! This was a record unrivaled( with the exception of the 54th Virginia Infantry) by any regiment, Confederate or Federal!****

2ND Lt. Troy Spencer, Co. C, 63RD Virginia Infantry

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Shot for Desertion, 1864**

** Lt. Spencer had gone home on leave due to his mother being ill. After she passed and the funeral was over, Lt. Spencer was a bit "tardy" about reporting back to his unit. A situation which could be deadly during that time. Usually leniency was shown to wayward soldiers but the Confederate Army was in desperate need of manpower. To show mercy to "deserters" was to make it appear that the act was condoned. Sometimes examples were made of deserters and the solution  appears to have worked occasionally. Lt. Spencer was one of the unfortunate ones who fell into the example category.** 

Casualties in the 63RD Virginia Infantry

Total Serving......1550

KIA......87

WIA......216

POW......313

DOD......117

Per Cent Dead......13.3

******When the Army of Tennessee surrendered on April 26, 1865 the 63rd had been consolidated with the 54th Virginia. The new unit was designated the 54th Va. Inf. Battalion. It must be noted that this new unit contained less than 100 men. This small number was a long way from the original numbers that had enlisted in the beginning. The two original regiments had, at one time or another, a combined strength of over 2,000 men. These great numbers were but a distant memory at the time of the surrender.******

****A note from the webmaster. One of the reasons I maintain this page is that two of the men on the 63RD Virginia’s roster, at the bottom of this page, are my ancestors. Pvt. Andrew Jackson Hoover and Pvt. Henry Hoover both of Company B, were the older brothers of my Maternal Great-Grandmother, Callie Emmaline Hoover Terry. Their names are highlighted in blue.

Len Robbins****

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Corporal William Spencer

Co. C, 63RD Virginia Infantry

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Assignments of The 63RD Virginia Infantry

Unattached, Marshall's Command, Army of Eastern Kentucky, Dept. of Western VA [May-August, 1862]

Echols'-McCausland's Brigade, Jenkins' Division, Marshall’s Command, Dept. of Western VA [August-September, 1862]

Williams' Brigade, Army of The Kanawha, Dept. of Western VA [September-December,1862]

Pryor's-Colston's Brigade, Elzey's- French's Command, Dept. of NC & So. VA [December, 1862-March, 1863]

Williams Brigade, Dept. of Western VA [March-August, 1863]

Kelly's Brigade, Preston's Division, Buckner's Corps, Army of Tennessee [August-September, 1863]

Reynolds' Brigade, Buckner's Division, Longstreet's Corps, Army of Tennessee [September-November, 1863]

Reynolds' Brigade,(attached) Cleburne's Division, Hardee's Corps, Army of Tennessee [November,1863]

Reynolds' Brigade, Stevenson's Division, Hardee's Corps, Army of Tennessee [December,1863-February,1864]

Reynolds' Brigade, Stevenson's Division, Hood's Corps, Army of Tennessee [February-May,1864]

Reynolds Brigade, Stevenson's Division, S.D. Lee's Corps, Army of Tennessee [May-September, 1864]

Reynolds'/Brown's Consolidated Brigade, Stevenson's Division, S.D. Lee's Corps Army of Tennessee [September-November, 1864]

Palmer's Brigade, Walthall’s Division, N.B. Forrest's Command, Army of Tennessee [November, 1864-January,1865]

Palmer's Brigade, Stevenson's Division, S.D. Lee's Corps, Army of Tennessee [January-March, 1865]

Pettus' Brigade, Stevenson's Division, D.H. Hill's Corps, Army of Tennessee [March-April 9, 1865]

[April 9-26, 1865] Pettus' Brigade(As the 54TH Virginia Consolidated Infantry Battalion),Stevenson's Division, D.H. Hill's Corps, Army of Tennessee

 

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Engagements of the 63RD Virginia Infantry

Cross Lanes, W VA [August 26, 1861] Co. I (1st)

Carnifax Ferry, W VA [September 10, 1861] Co. I (1st)

Meadow Bluff, VA [October, 1861] Co. I (1st)

Giles Court House, VA  [May 10, 1862]

Princeton, W VA [May 15-17, 1862]

Wyoming Courthouse Road, W VA [May 16, 1862]

Greenbrier River, W VA [August 4, 1862]

Wolftown, W VA [August 7, 1862]

Wyoming Court House, W VA [August 11, 1862]

Rocky Gap, VA [August 20, 1862]

Kanawha Valley Campaign  [September, 1862]

Fayette, W VA [September 10, 1862]

Fayetteville, W VA [September 13, 1862]

Middle Creek, KY [September 20, 1862]

Southeastern Virginia Campaign  [December, 1862-January, 1863]

Bethel Church, VA [December, 1862]

Northampton County, NC [December, 1862-January, 1863]

Kelly's Store, VA [January 30, 1863]

Blackwater River, VA [January 30, 1863]

Saltville, VA [April 4, 1863]

Chickamauga, GA [September 20, 1863]

Siege of Chattanooga, TN [September-November, 1863]

Chattanooga Campaign  [November 23-27, 1863]

Lookout Mountain, GA [November 23, 1863]

Missionary Ridge, TN [November 25, 1863]

Ringgold Gap, GA [November 27, 1863]

Georgia Campaign   [January-September, 1864]

Dalton, GA (1st) [February 22, 1864]

Ringgold, GA [May 1, 1864]

Rocky Face Ridge, GA [May 7-13, 1864]

Mill Creek, GA [May 10, 1864]

Dug Gap, GA  [May 11, 1864]

Resaca, GA [May 15, 1864]

Adairsville, GA  [May 17, 1864]

Cassville, GA [May 19-22, 1864]

New Hope Church, GA [May 25, 1864]

Pickett's Mills, GA  [May 27, 1864]

Dallas, GA [May 28, 1864]

Marietta, GA [June 9, 1864]

Lost Mountain, Pine Mountain, and Brushy Mountain Line, GA [June 15-19, 1864]

Mt. Zion Church(Kolb's Farm), GA [June 22- 23, 1864]

Kennesaw Mountain, GA [June 27, 1864]

Big Shanty, GA [July 1, 1864]

Smyrna, GA [July 2, 1864]

Chattahoochie River Line, GA [July 5-9, 1864]

Atlanta, GA [July 11, 1864]

Peachtree Creek, GA [July 20, 1864]

Atlanta, GA   [July 22, 1864]

Ezra Church, GA [July 28, 1864]

Utoy Creek, GA [August 5-7, 1864]

Dalton, GA(2nd)  [August 14-15, 1864]

Lovejoy's Station, GA [August 20, 1864]

Jonesboro, GA [August 31-September 1, 1864]

Davis's Crossroads, GA  [September 10-11, 1864]

Allatoona Pass, GA [October 5, 1864]

Tennessee Campaign of 1864   [October, 1864-January, 1865]

Tuscumbia, AL [October 28, 1864]

Florence, AL [November 2, 1864]

Shoal Creek, AL [November 9, 1864]

Wilson's Crossroads, AL [November 11, 1864]

Lawrenceburg, AL [November 19, 1864]

Columbia, TN [November 24, 1864]

Spring Hill, TN [November 29, 1864]

Franklin, TN [November 30, 1864]

Franklin-Triune, TN [December 5, 1864]

The Cedars, TN [December 6, 1864]

Murfreesboro, TN [December 7, 1864]

Stone River, TN [December 10, 1864]

Nashville, TN [December 15-17, 1864]

Duck River, TN [December 22, 1864]

Lynville, TN [December 24, 1864]

Richland Creek, TN [December 25, 1864]

Pulaski, TN [December 25, 1864]

Anthony's Hill, TN [December 25, 1864]

Sugar Creek, TN [December 26, 1864]

Bainbridge, AL [December 28, 1864]

Egypt Station, MS [January 1, 1865]

Itawamba County, MS [January 2, 1865]

Detachment in Forida [January, 1865]

Navuvoo, AL [January 6, 1865]

Thornhill, AL [January 6, 1865]

Carolinas Campaign [January 15-April 26, 1865]

Orangeburg, SC [February, 1865]

Skirmishes on the Edisto River, SC [February 3-4, 1865]

Congaree River, SC [February 5-16, 1865]

Columbia, SC  [February 16-17, 1865]

Brook River, SC [February 17, 1865]

Stoney Creek, NC [March 3, 1865]

2nd Kinston(Wilcox's Bridge), NC [March 8-10, 1865]

Bentonville, NC [March 19-21, 1865]

Final Days In NC  [March 21-May 1, 1865]

Rear Guard Actions, Yadkin River Bridge,NC  [April, 1865]

Surrender at Durham Station, NC [April 26, 1865]

Paroled at Greensboro, NC [May 4, 1865]

History From 63rd Virginia Infantry, of The Virginia Regimental History Series Jeffrey C. Weaver....H.E. Howard...Lynchburg, Virginia and interviews with Mr. Weaver.

Organization, Officers, and Roster material directly from The Virginia Civil War Homepage

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Officers,Organization, and Roster of the 63rd Virginia Infantry

 

Regimental Officers (Field & Staff)
John J. McMahon, Colonel
David Campbell Dunn, Lieutenant Colonel
James M. French, Major, Colonel
Connally Lynch, Captain, Lieutenant Colonel
William C. Bramblett, Surgeon
James H. Dunn, Surgeon
Robert P. Hunt, Assistant Surgeon
John C. Pendleton, Assistant Surgeon
G. T. Gray, Chaplain
Alexander Anderson, Adjutant
John W. Farmer, Adjutant
A. J. Dunn, Commissary Officer (Captain)
David Denton Hull, ACS
A. F. Henderson, QM Captain
J. M. Phillippi, Color Sergeant
Emmett B. Vance, Ensign
James K. Davis, Sergeant Major

Regimental Musters for the 63rd were made:

On or about May 1, 1862 at Abingdon for the period March-April 1862.

On June 26, 1862 at Abingdon, when the $50 bounties were paid.

On or about July 2, 1863 at Saltville for the period May-June 1863.

On or about November 1, 1863 in front of Chickamauga for the period July-August 1863.

On or about October 29/30, 1863 in front of Chickamauga for the period September-October 1863.

On or about February 29-March 2, 1864 at Dalton, Georgia, for the period January-February 1864.

On or about July 18, 1864, "In the Field" for the period May-June, 1864.

On or about August 31, 1864, "In the Field near Atlanta" for the period July-August 1864.

All company musters fall within the time frames above, and no company has an extant muster for other than the periods listed. Only one roll for Company I(1) exists, that being for May 1, 1862. Other muster rosters for the 63rd have been lost.

No record has been found for ordnance supplies given to the 63rd, but a list of basic camp supplies was found in the compiled service record for A. F. Henderson. On May 1, 1862 at Abingdon, Virginia, the infant regiment was issued: 32 sibley tents (large); 66 camp kettles, 25 axes, 13 picks, 13 shovels, 10 frying pans, 34 skillets with lids, 3 spades, 20 grain sacks, 2 drums, 2 quires of letter paper, 2 quires of cap.(?) paper, 100 envelopes and 12 steel pens. The Commissary sergeants were later able to procure various office supplies, including desks and chairs for field use. There were several horses with the regiment but it is not entirely clear how many wagons travelled with the 63rd. The regiment had at least one ambulance wagon, a medical, surgeon's wagon, and probably at least six other wagons to transport other supplies and ordnance when the regiment was first formed. As the war progressed, these vehicles were no doubt worn out, destroyed or captured and the regiment may have had only one or two wagons when it surrendered in North Carolina.

Company A, (Captain William L. Hunter's Company) was organized March 31 - April 1, 1862 at Abingdon, Washington Co., mainly from residents of that county. This company was enlisted for 3 years or the duration of the war. D. C. Dunn was the enlisting officer. The company travelled with the rest of the regiment through the war. Muster rolls exist for May-June 1863 when the company was at Saltville dated July 2, 1863, and several rolls while the regiment was in Tennessee and Georgia, the last being July-August 1864, when the company was in the field near Atlanta. Company A's commander reported three killed and four wounded at Chickamauga. Two original members of this company had served in Co. G, 50th Virginia Infantry.

Officers:
William L. Hunter, Captain
Albert Wisely, 2nd Lieutenant
Milton W. Humes, 1st Lieutenant/Captain
Albert Haynes, 2nd Lieutenant
Haynes Austin, 2nd Lieutenant
James H. Smith, 3rd Lieutenant/2nd Lieutenant
William L. McChesney, 2nd Lieutenant
George Smith, 3rd Lieutenant

Company B (Captain Connally H. Lynch's Company) was organized April 5, 1862 at Abingdon, Virginia for 3 years or the duration, by D. C. Dunn, mustering officer. Seventeen members of this company were transferred from Co. G (1st), 50th Virginia Infantry afterward Company I(1st) of the 63rd; others were transferred from Co. I(1st) when it was disbanded about January 1863. This company was formed from men from Sullivan County, Tennessee and Washington County, Virginia. The company was with the main part of the regiment throughout the war as far as can be determined.

Officers:
Connally H. Lynch, Captain/Lieutenant Colonel
Robert Lindermood, 2nd Lieutenant
George J. A. Claman, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant/Captain
Joseph Leonard, 2nd Lieutenant
Valentine C. Rust, 1st Lieutenant
A. Jackson Dishner, 2nd Lieutenant
John J. Slaughter, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
Amos B. Hill, 2nd Lieutenant
Joseph Leonard, 1st Lieutenant

Company C (Captain Stephen B. Cornutt's Company, also known as the "Marshall Rifles," named for General Humphrey Marshall) was organized April 6, 1862 at Moccasin Gap mainly from Grayson County residents. The Grayson Militia and militias from other southwestern counties were mobilized in early 1862 by Marshall after a Federal incursion at Pound Gap. This was a ruse to obtain further recruits for the Army.

Fateful orders sent down to Grayson County were issued by Colonel Isaac Neff, commanding the 25th Militia Brigade. Special Order No. 1 read:

Headquarters, 25th Brigade Va. Militia Wytheville, Virginia March 24, 1862 You are hereby ordered to report as early as practicable with your command at the old Court House in Russell County, requiring each man to bring with him any private fire arms that he may have--also a part of blankets and change of clothing. Such as can will bring cooking utensils for which they will be paid. You will report to these headquarters your arrival at the place of rondevouse. By Command of Brig. Gen. H. Marshall (Signed) Isaac Neff Col. Commanding 25th Brig. Virginia Militia

Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Vaughn, commanding the 78th Militia Regiment responded on March 25:

In compliance with the above order Commandants of Companys of the 1st Battalion 78 Regiment are hereby ordered to notify their men to assemble at Gregory's Store on Elk Creek Tuesday morning the 1st day of April 1862 by 9 o'clock and in addition to the above equipment they are required to furnish themselves with four days rations. Thence to proceed to join the 2nd Battalion under the command of Major I. M. Young.

The Grayson militia formed all of the original Company C and much of Company G. This company was personally sworn in by General Humphrey Marshall. The company was at Abingdon on May 1, 1862. Thirty-six members of this company were transferred to Co. G, January 17, 1863. Company strength February 29, 1864 was 80 men, not including officers. The company was at Chickamauga, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca and other important battles in Georgia. It was reported that the company lost 27, killed, wounded or missing in May and June 1864. J. O. Brewer reported, 51 years after the war was over, 30 men "served to the end of the war." This number is high, since official records indicate some of his list could not have served to the end.

Officers:
Stephen B. Cornutt, Captain
Joseph Young, 1st Lieutenant
John Blair Waugh, 1st Lieutenant/Captain
Troy H. Spencer, 2nd Lieutenant
Bennett Rector, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
William H. Scott, 2nd Lieutenant
Kenly C. Atkins, 1st Lieutenant
James Nelson Ingoldsby, 2nd Lieutenant

Company D, (Captain John R. Francis' Company) was organized April 15, 1862, mainly from Montgomery County, Virginia residents. The company was formed at Peterstown in Monroe County, (West) Virginia by James M. French, enlisting officer. It was reported that 22 members of this company deserted in August 1863 during the march through Tennessee. The company was near Atlanta per the August 1864 muster roll, which is the last surviving roll.

Officers:
John R. Francis, Captain
Wesley Isaac, 2nd Lieutenant
James L. Bain, 1st Lieutenant/Captain
Michael Lucas, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
Thomas L. Sailes, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
E. H. Callahan, 3rd Lieutenant/2nd Lieutenant
Harvey P. Wilson, 2nd Lieutenant
Erastus Taylor, 3rd Lieutenant
Company E, (Captain David O. Rush's Company) was organized May 2, 1862 at Glade Springs, Washington Co., Virginia. from area residents. There are no special comments made in the muster rolls about unusual activities, or specific accounts of battle.

Officers:
David O. Rush, Captain
William Preston Wallace, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
G. C. McChesney, 1st Lieutenant
Emmett B. Rush, 2nd Lieutenant
Valentine Rust, 1st Lieutenant
Samuel E. Carmack, 3rd Lieutenant
Abram Hamby, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
Company F, (Captain John E. Snodgrass' Company) was organized May 6, 1862, at Abingdon, mainly from Washington County, Virginia residents. The mustering officer was J. J. McMahon. At Chickamauga the company lost 1 killed, 1 mortally wounded - Captain Snodgrass, and "several severely wounded." The company commander reported action at Stone Side, Gerogia on February 25, 1864, which was 8 miles from camp at Dalton, Georgia. In an engagement at Tunnel Hill, Georgia, on March 3, 1864, the company lost one man wounded. The November 2 muster for September-October 1863 reports the company and regiment near Chattanooga, Tennessee. The July 18, 1864 muster for May-June 1864 shows they were located on the Chattahoochee River in Georgia, and on August 31, 1864 the company and regiment were in the field near Atlanta.

Officers:
John E. Snodgrass, Captain
William J. Snodgrass, 2nd Lieutenant
James Clark, 1st Lieutenant/Captain
Cornelius Vanderpool, 2nd Lieutenant
William P. Wallace, 1st Lieutenant
James H. McCall, 3rd Lieutenant/2nd Lieutenant
William L. McChesney, 1st Lieutenant
David C. Owens, 3rd Lieutenant/2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant

Company G, (Captain Litrell Hickerson Hampton's Company) was organized May 15, 1862 at Camp Jackson, Wytheville, from mostly Grayson and a few Carroll County residents. Many of the original members of this company from Carroll County transferred to Co. I(2) when that company was formed January 17, 1863. At the same time 36 members of Co. C, also from Grayson Co., transferred to Co. G. The company was at Abingdon May 27, 1862, and at Saltville, July 3, 1863 when muster rolls were taken. At Chickamauga the company lost one officer killed, three privates killed and one officer was wounded. First Lieutenant A. S. Collins was in command just after the battle. The company was at Stony Face on February 25, 1864. Company G lost four killed in action and one captured on June 24, 1864 at Mt. Zion Church (also known as Kolb's Farm).

Officers:
Litrell H. Hampton, Captain
Hamp. P. Wilson, 2nd Lieutenant
Alexander S. Collins, 1st Lieutenant
Ephraim Hampton, 2nd Lieutenant
Giles Martin, 1st Lieutenant
John Higgins, 2nd Lieutenant
Thomas B. Hampton, 2nd Lieutenant/Captain
Alexander Anderson, 3rd Lieutenant

Company H, (Captain G. W. B. Keesling's Company) was organized May 15, 1862 at Camp Jackson, mainly from Wythe County, Virginia residents, with a few men from Smyth County thrown in for good measure. Muster rolls for this company are consistent with others in the regiment, but reveal no special details of the company's or regiment's activities.

Officers:
George W. B. Keesling, Captain
Joseph Wassum, 2nd Lieutenant
J. R. Wisely, 1st Lieutenant
William L. Huddle, 3rd Lieutenant
Sylvester Phillippe, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant/Captain
William Painter, 3rd Lieutenant/Captain

Company I(1st), (Captain David C. Dunn's Company also known as the Floyd Blues) was organized July 5, 1861 as Co. G (1st), 50th Virginia Infantry. The company was reorganized April 1, 1862 at Abingdon, Virginia and transferred to the 63rd. Part of the company were holdovers and part were recruits. The company was disbanded about January 1863 when some transferred to other companies. Captain David C. Dunn, company commander and enlistment officer was elected Lieutenant Colonel on May 10, 1863. The second commander, James R. Deadmore resigned September 5, 1862 per his service record. David Dunn was actively recruiting a Battalion, which he was to command, but plans changed and his units were incorporated into the 63rd.

Information from the compiled service record of the 50th Virginia, give the following information about this company's activities for the first year of the war. The company mustered in with the 50th on July 5, 1861 at Abingdon. The first muster roll covers the period July 5 to September 1, 1861, dated September 5, 1861 at Camp Gauley, Nicholas County, Virginia.

Had engagement with Yankees under notorious Col. Tyler of fur trade notoriety. It was about 6 o'clock in the morning of August 26 at Cross Lanes when we took their right flank pouring our shot into them. Drove them in utter confusion to the Mountain and capturing many in killed & prisoners near 130 taking wagons, ambulance 4 horse guns to us prizes. Marched from Camp Jackson, Wytheville via Newbern, Old Sweet Springs, White Sulphur, Lewisburg, Big Sewell Mountain to Gauley River in Nicholas County, distance about 300 miles.

The second muster for service while in the 50th, gives the following information in the notes. This muster was for the period September 1 1861 to January 1, 1862, and taken at Dublin Depot.

Was in the battle of Carnifex Ferry on September 10, 1861 enemy under Genl. Rosecranz. Suffered no loss in killed or wounded, retreated leaving 26 rifles all our tents & camp equipment. Having such a large number of sick it was impossible to haul or carry them. Company Detailed to guard Blue Sulphur Hosp. on the 18th of Sept. Ordered to White Sulphur Hosp. as a guard at that point on 1 Oct. & remained at that bet (sic) until ordered to Meadow Bluff to drive back some Dutch Cavalry. Returned to White Sulphur Springs & was ordered to Dublin Depot as guard to that point on the 2d of January 1862. We had in charge 3 Yankee prisoners taken at Meadow Bluff.

Officers:
David C. Dunn, Captain/Lieutenant Colonel
F. H. McCormack, 2nd Lieutenant
James R. Deadmore, Captain
Robert Wohlford, 2nd Lieutenant
James Carroll, 1st Lieutenant

Company I(2nd), (Captain Giles S. Martin's Co.), was organized January 17, 1863, from 77 men who transferred from Co. G, 63rd. This company was made up of men from Carroll County, Virginia. The company was fortunate in being ordnance train guards at the Battle of Chickamauga. They were supplemented by several men recruited in Carroll County in August 1863, several of which were veterans of other Confederate military organizations. The most complete of the post-war rosters exist for this company.

Officers:
Giles S. Martin, Captain
Walter C. Carter, 2nd Lieutenant
Webb, Isaac, 1st Lieutenant
Samuel Robinson, 2nd Lieutenant
Alexander Anderson, 3rd Lieutenant & Regimental Adjutant

Company K, (Captain John C. Killinger's Co.), was organized April 1, 1862, mainly of men from Smyth County. Officers who made out muster rolls for this company did not note any special activities for this company. Special orders 149 ordered this company transferred from the 63rd to Major Wharton's Battalion Virginia Volunteers on June 28, 1862. This order was never implemented. This company was slated for replacement by Captain A. J. Porterfield's Company. The latter company, which had enlisted on April 18, 1862, became Company H 2nd of the 36th Virginia Infantry.

Officers:
John C. Killinger, Captain
James W. Sheffy, 2nd Lieutenant
John F. Oury, 1st Lieutenant/Captain
John W. Williams, 2nd Lieutenant
David D. Hull, 2nd Lieutenant/Captain
Sam Cole, 3rd Lieutenant/2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
James M. Anderson, 2nd Lieutenant

The 63rd Virginia Infantry had the distinction of being one of only four Virginia units which did not serve with the Army of Northern Virginia. Along with the 54th Virginia Infantry, the 63rd spent most of the war in Alexander Welch Reynolds' Brigade in the Army of Tennessee.

Roster

A total of 1507 men served in the 63rd Virginia Infantry. The following alphabetical roster lists these men. Records had been abstracted from the National Archives, and postwar rosters at the Library of Virginia.

ABLE, ALEXANDER: Co. E
ABLE, JOSEPH H.: Co. E
ADAMS, JAMES F.: Co. H
ADAMS, JAMES J.: Co. F
ADAMS, JOHN J.: Co. F
ADAMS, WILLIAM P.: Co. H
AKERS, ANDERSON: Co. D
AKERS, DANIEL: Co. D
AKERS, ELIAS: Co. D
AKERS, GREEN B.: Corp., Co. D
AKERS, J. A.: Co. D
AKERS, JOHN B.: Co. D
AKERS, SOLOMON: Co. D
ALBERT, CHARLES A.: Co. D
ALBERT, GEORGE L.: Co. D
ALBERT, PARIS N.: Co. D
ALBRIGHT, CALVIN S.: Sgt., Co. D
ALBRIGHT, WILLIAM T.: Co. D
ALDERMAN, CHESLEY MONROE: Co. G/I(2)
ALDERMAN, CHURCHWELL JONES: Co. G/I(2)
ALFORD, JAMES STEPHEN: Co. H
ALLEN, JAMES D.: Co. E
ALLEN, JAMES: Co. F
ALLEN, JOHN J.: Co. I

ALLEY, BALLARD P.: Co. D
ALLEY, PARIS L.: Co. D
ALLISON, CHARLES WILLIAM: Corp., Co. G/I(2)
ALLISON, JAMES P.: Co. K
ALLISON, JOHN P.: 1st Corp., Co. F/K
ALLISON, MARTIN VAN BUREN: Co. K
ALLISON, WILLIAM F.: Co. B
ALLISON, WILLIAM HENRY: Co. K
ALLISON, WILLIAM: 2nd Sgt., Co. I(1)
ALTIZER, JOHN (JEPTHA) GRIFFITH: Co. D
ALTIZER, RILEY R.: Co. D
ALTIZER, WILLIAM R.: Co. D
ANDERSON, ALEXANDER C.: 1st Sgt./3rd Lt./Adjutant, Co. G/I(2)/F&S
ANDERSON, C. A.: Co. D
ANDERSON, ELI C.: Co. H. Corp.
ANDERSON, ELLIS: Co. K
ANDERSON, JAMES M.: 2nd Lt., Co. K
ANDERSON, JOHN: Co. H
ANDERSON, LEANDER: Co. K
ANDERSON, MARSHALL: Co. C
ANDERSON, ORVILLE: Co. C
ANDERSON, SPENCER M.: Co. C
ANDREWS, ALFRED: Co. C
ANDREWS, HAYWOOD P.: Corp., Co. C
ANDREWS, IRWIN: Co. C
ANDREWS, JOHN: Co. C
ANDREWS, SANDY: Co. C
ARNEY, FRANK: Co. H
ARNEY, JOHN: Co. K
ARNOLD, WILLIAM F.: Co. H
ARNOLD, WILLIAM J.: Co. H
ARRINGTON, S. G.: Co. G.
ARRINGTON, WILLIAM H.: Co. G/I(2)
ASBURY, LORENZO DOW: Co. F
ATKINS, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. C/G
ATKINS, KENLY: Co. I(2)
ATKINS, MARSHALL C.: Sgt., Co. G
ATKINS, MARTIN F.: 3rd Corp./Sgt., Co. C/G
ATKINS, TRAVIS: Co. C/G
AUSTIN, JOHN D.: Co. C
AUSTIN, THOMAS J.: Co. C
AVERY, FRANKLIN: Co. H
AVERY, JOHN: Co. H
BAIN, JAMES L.: 1st Lt./Capt., Co. D
BAINES, BENJAMIN L.: Co. A
BAKER, ELIHU: Co. C
BAKER, HENRY: Co. D
BAKER, THOMPSON: Co. D
BALL, WILLIAM B.: Co. C
BANNESCARDEN, J.: Co. A
BANTLEY, M. F.: Co. C
BARB (BARBEE), LACY JOHNSON: Co. B
BARB, GIDEON: Corp., Co. B
BARB, JOHN: Co. B, Co. B
BARBER, JEREMIAH: Co. G
BARKER, JOHN H.: Corp., Co. A
BARKER, JOHN: Co. F
BARKER, WILLIAM D.: Co. E
BARKER, WILLIAM W.: Co. B
BARKER, WILLIAM: Co. C/G
BARLOW, JACOB: Co. A
BARLOW, JOSEPH: Co. E
BARLOW, LAFAYETTE: Co. A
BARLOW, MITCH: Corp., Co. F
BARNES, BENJAMIN L.: Co. A
BARNETT, WALTER: Co. D
BARRETT, HENRY: Co. E
BARTLEY, ELIJAH: Co. C
BARTLEY, McDANIEL: Co. C
BARTLEY, W. FRANKLIN: Co. C
BARTON, WILLIAM: Co. C
BASSETT, HENRY F.: Co. E
BATEMAN, MARTIN: Co. G
BAUMGARDNER, EDWARD: Co. H
BAUMGARDNER, JACOB: Corp./Sgt., Co. H
BAUMGARDNER, SYLVESTER: Co. H
BEDSAUL, ELISHA: Co. G/I(2)
BEDSAUL, JOHN H.: Co. G
BEDSAUL, WILKINSON: Co. G/I(2)
BELL, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. D
BENNETT, FIELDEN C.: Co. C
BENNETT, WILLIAM W.: Co. K
BERRY, DAVID F.: Co. I(1)/B
BERRY, JOHN D.: Co. B
BERRY, JOSEPH: Co. B
BERRY, THOMAS B.: Co. B
BESHANE, A. B.: Co. C
BESS, C. D.: Co. D
BESS, JAMES C.: Co. D
BIRD, A. B.: Co. G
BIRD, ALEXANDER: Co. F
BISHOP, WILLIAM B.: Co. D
BITTLE, ROBERT F.: Co. E
BLACK, JOHN A.: Co. A
BLACKBURN, DOCTOR: Co. C/G, 1st Corp.
BLACKWELL, WILLIAM M.: Co. A
BLESSING, WILLIAM J.: Co. H
BLEVINS, ALLEN: Co. F
BLEVINS, ANDREW: Co. C/G
BLEVINS, ELI: Co. B
BLEVINS, GEORGE DOUGLAS: Co. A
BLEVINS, JAMES: Co. F
BLEVINS, JONATHAN: Co. C/G
BLEVINS, LILBURN: Co. C
BLEVINS, WILLIAM MARSHALL: Co. G
BOLEN, HENRY P.: Co. K
BOLEN, ISAAC ANDREW JACKSON: 1st Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
BONDORANT, MARIONTINE M.: Co. E
BONHAM, ALLEN: Co. C
BONHAM, J. H.: Co. K
BONHAM, WILLIAM R.: Co. C
BONNER, S. LAFYATTE: Assistant Surgeon, F&S
BOOTHE, HUGH: Co. K
BOOTHE, JOHN: Co. K
BOURDWINE, JAMES: Co. A
BOURNE, HASTEN: Co. C
BOURNE, JAMES L.: Co. G
BOURNE, JOHN: Co. C
BOURNE, STEPHEN: Co. C
BOWMAN, MARCUS LAFAYETTE: Co. G/I(2)
BOYER, EPHRAIM: Co. C
BOYER, ROBERT B.: Co. C
BOYER, THOMAS L.: Co. D
BRADEN, HENRY: Co. D
BRADLEY, ARCHIBALD T.: Corp., Co. B
BRAMBLETT, WILLIAM H.: M.D., Surgeon, F&S
BRANDEN, GEORGE: Co. D
BRANSCOMB, ALFRED M.: Co. G/I(2)
BREWER, CURRIN: Co. C
BREWER, GEORGE: Co. C
BREWER, JAMES C.: Co. C
BREWER, JOHN OAKS: Co. C
BREWER, LEWIS W.: Co. C
BRIDGEMAN, DANIEL: Co. E
BRIDGEMAN, GEORGE: Co. K
BRIDGEMAN, MATHEW S.: Co. I(1)/E
BRIDGEMAN, WILLIAM M.: Co. E
BRIDGES, SANDY: Corp., Co. E
BROCE, LEWIS L.: Co. D
BROWN, BAZZEL: Co. K
BROWN, WILLIAM P.: Co. D
BRUMMETT, ELISHA: Co. A/E
BRUNER, JOHN M.: Co. K
BRYANT, MITCHELL: Co. C/E
BUCHANAN, COLUMBUS M.: 5th Sgt., Co. F
BUCHANAN, HENRY CLAY: Co. E
BUCHANAN, JAMES B.: AQM, F&S
BUCHANAN, JOHN W.: Co. E
BUCHANAN, REES H.: Co. F
BUCK, EPHRAIM: Co. H
BUCK, JAMES LAFAYETTE: Chief Musician, Co. H
BUMGARDNER, FRANCIS: Co. E
BUMGARDNER, FRANK M.: Co. H
BUMGARDNER, JAMES A.: Co. H
BUMGARDNER, L. B.: Co. A
BUNCHFIELD, J. R.: Co. E
BUNN, THOMAS FRANKLIN: Co. G/I(2)
BURCHAM, ISAAC: Co. G/I(2)
BURCHAM, JAMES SMITH: Co. G
BURCHAM, WILLIAM PENN: Co. G/I(2)
BURGESS, ROBERT: Co. A
BURGESS, THOMAS: Co. A
BURHART, HENRY: Co. K
BURK, A. C.: Co. C
BURK, THOMAS: Co. C
BURKE, J. H.: Co. K
BURKETT, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. K
BURKETT, HENRY THOMPSON: Co. H
BURKETT, JAMES H.: Co. K
BURKETT, MICHAEL: Co. K
BURNETT, WILLIAM W.: Co. K
BURRESS, TOM: Co. C
BURTON, WILLIAM L.: Sgt., Co. D
BUSKELL, JAMES L.: Co. I(1)/E
BUTLER, WILLIAM GAINES: Co. B
BYRD, ANTHONY: Co. G
CALLAHAN, ANDREW: Co. F
CALLAHAN, E. H.: 2nd Lt., Co. D
CALLAHAN, EZEKIEL: Co. A
CALLAHAN, JESSE: Co. A
CALLAHAN, WILLIAM J.: Co. F
CALLUP, JOHN H.: Co. K
CAMPBELL, DAVID L.: Co. B
CAMPBELL, ROBERT L.: Co. E
CANTER, HENRY B.: Co. A
CANTER, JAMES H.: Co. E
CANTER, ROBERT: Co. E
CARDIN, JAMES W.: Co. D
CARDIN, JOHN: Co. D
CARDIN, REECE P.: Co. D
CARMACK, SAMUEL E. G.: Corp./3rd Lt., Co. E
CARMITER, WILEY: Sgt., Co. E
CARPER, JOHN L.: Co. H
CARRICO, AARON K.: Co. C
CARRICO, CLARK: Co. C
CARRICO, FIELDEN H.: Corp., Co. C/G
CARRICO, GORDON K.: Co. C
CARRICO, J. J.: Co. G
CARRICO, JAMES D.: Corp., Co. G
CARRICO, JOHNSON: Co. G.
CARRICO, LEVI K.: Co. C
CARRICO, MILES C.: Co. C
CARRICO, RILEY GEROME: Co. G
CARROLL, JAMES: 1st Lt., Co. I(1)
CARROLL, R. W.: Co. A
CARSON, CALEB FRANKLIN: Co. C
CARSON, JOHN W.: Co. C
CARSON, ROBERT GRIGGS: Sgt., Co. G
CARTER, WALTER CROCKETT: 2nd Sgt./2nd Lt., Co. G/I(2).
CASEY, WILLIAM: Co. F
CASSELL, WILLIAM W.: Co. F
CATES, JAMES P.: Co. C
CATRON, EPHRAIM: Co. H
CATRON, JEREMIAH: Co. B
CATRON, PETER K.: Co. C
CATTERSON, E. D.: Co. H
CECIL, S. M.: Co. H
CHANDLER, MINNIS: Co. D
CHAPMAN, JOSEPH: Co. A
CHAPPELL, ISAAC: Co. G/I(2)
CHOAT, JOSHUA S.: Co. C
CHRISLEY, GUILFORD R.: Co. G/I(2)
CHRISLEY, JAMES H.: 3rd Corp., Co. G/I(2)
CHRISTIAN, DAVID J.: Co. I
CLAMAN, GEORGE J. A.: 2nd Lt./Capt., Co. B
CLAMAN, PETER M.: Co. I(1)/B
CLAMAN, ROBERT: Co. B
CLAPP, THEOPHILUS M.: Co. B
CLARK, GEORGE: Co. A
CLARK, ISAAC A.: Corp., Co. E
CLARK, JAMES P.: Co. F
CLARK, JAMES: 1st Lt./Capt., Co. F
CLARK, JOHN M.: Sgt., Co. D
CLARK, TIMOTHY: Co. D
CLARK, WILLIAM T.: Co. F
CLEGHORN, THOMAS: Co. K
CLEGHORNE, CHARLES: 2nd Sgt., Co. A
COE, ARCHIBALD: Co. K
COFFEE, JOHN A.: Co. D
COFFEE, JOSEPH A.: Co. D
COLE, ANDREW: Co. F
COLE, JOHN H.: Co. D
COLE, JOSIAH: Corp., Co. F
COLE, SAMUEL: 3rd Lt./2nd Lt./1st Lt., Co. K
COLLEY, JOHN B. "Big JOHN": 2nd Sgt., Co. A
COLLEY, JOHN M. "Little John": Co. A
COLLEY, WILLIAM B.: Co. A
COLLINS, ALEXANDER SMITH: 1st Lt., Co. G
COLLINS, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. K
COLLINS, HENRY J.: Co. B
COLLINS, J. W.: Co. E
COLLINS, JEREMIAH: Co. A
COLLINS, MILTON D.: Co. A
COLLINS, SAM HOUSTON: 1st Sgt., Co. G
COLLINS, WAYMAN L.: Co. H
COLLINS, WILLIAM P.: Co. H
COLLUP, ADAM: Co. K
COLLUP, JAMES S.: Co. K
COLLUP, JOHN H.: Co. K
COMBS, W. H.: Co. G
COOK, BLAIN D.: Co. D
COOK, NOAH: Co. D
COOK, THOMAS: Co. I(1)
COOLEY, WILLIAM "Big WILLIAM": Co. A
COOLEY, WILLIAM "Little WILLIAM": Co. A
COOMES, WILLIAM H.: Co. C/G.
COOPER, AGLESTON: Co. B
COOPER, CHESTER B.: Co. I(1)/B
COOPER, GILES: Co. F
COOPER, STEVEN: Co. A
COOPER, WILLIAM F.: Co. I(1)
COOPER, WILLIAM F.: Co. B
COPENHAVER, HAWKINS: Co. K
COPENHAVER, HENRY: Co. K
COPENHAVER, JOHN A.: Co. H
COPENHAVER, JOHN S.: Co. F
COPENHAVER, L. H.: Sgt., Co. K
COPENHAVER, REUBEN M.: Corp., Co. K
CORBAT, WILLIAM: Co. E
CORDELL, ABNER: Co. K
CORELL, ANDY: Co. D
CORELL, HENRY: Co. D
CORMACK, F. H.: 2nd Lt., Co. I(1)
CORNETT, CREED W.: Co. C
CORNETT, WILEY: 1st Sgt., Co. C
CORNUTT, GEORGE: Co. C
CORNUTT, HEZEKIAH: Co. C
CORNUTT, STEPHEN B.: Capt., Co. C
CORNWELL, NATHAN G.: Co. K
CORVIN, GORDON: Co. A.
CORVIN, STEPHEN S.: Co. A
COWAN, GEORGE R.: Co. B
COWEN, ELI: Co. K
COX, ALLISON: Co. E
COX, HUGH: Drummer, Co. G/I(2)
COX, WILLIAM: Regimental Fife Major, Co. G/I(2)
CRABTREE, GABRIEL: Co. K
CRABTREE, JOHN: Co. A
CRAWFORD, JAMES: Co. I(1)
CRENSHAW, W. A.: Sgt., Co. A
CRIGGER, EPHRAIM: Co. H
CRIGGER, JAMES M.: Co. H
CRIGGER, JOHN A.: Co. D
CRIGGER, JOHN: Co. H.
CRIGGER, LEONARD: Co. H.
CROCKETT, WILLIAM: Co. D
CROSSWHITE, WILLIAM L.: Co. C
CROW, ARTHUR H.: 3rd Sgt., Co. F
CROW, ROBERT G.: Co. F
CROWEL, JOSEPH: Co. I(1)
DACON, JOHN C.: Co. E
DAVIDSON, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. I(1)
DAVIDSON, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. B
DAVIDSON, JAMES: Co. K
DAVIS, AMAZIAH: Co. G
DAVIS, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. G
DAVIS, ANDREW: Co. C
DAVIS, ASBURY H.: Co. F
DAVIS, CHARLES E.: Co. E
DAVIS, DANIEL: Co. G
DAVIS, E.: Co. D
DAVIS, ELBERT J.: Co. C/G
DAVIS, ELIAS: Co. G, 2nd Corp.
DAVIS, ENOCH C.: Co. G
DAVIS, GEORGE: Co. I(1)
DAVIS, HENRY A.: Co. F/H
DAVIS, HENRY: Co. G
DAVIS, J. P.: Co. D
DAVIS, JAMES K.: 2nd Sgt./SGM, Co. E/F&S
DAVIS, JAMES: Co. C
DAVIS, JEREMIAH: Corp., Co. G
DAVIS, JONATHAN: Co. G
DAVIS, JOSEPH W.: Co. E
DAVIS, NATHAN: Co. G
DAVIS, RICHARD M.: Co. G
DAVIS, ROBERT: Co. D
DAVIS, WILLIAM: Co. I(1)
DAVIS, WILLIAM: Co. E
DAWSON, G. H.: Co. D
DAWSON, WILLIAM F.: Co. D
DEADMORE, JAMES R.: Co. I(1st), Capt.
DEAN, LORENZO DOW: Co. G
DeBORD, WILLIAM B.: Co. K
DeBORD, WILLIAM H.: Co. K
DeBORD, WILLIAM: Co. K
DeFREECE, DAVID: Co. C
DeFREECE, JAMES: Co. C
DeFRESE, CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Corp., Co. A
DELP, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Sgt., Co. C
DELP, HUGH S.: Co. C
DELP, MICHAEL: Co. C
DENTON, DAVID C.: Co. E
DENTON, WILLIAM F., Jr.: Co. A
DENTON, WILLIAM F.: Co. E
DERTING, JOHN S.: Co. H, Sgt.
DICKENS, REUBEN: Co. G
DICKERSON, HENRY H.: Co. I(2)
DILLARD, JOSEPH H.: Co. I(1)/B
DINSMORE, GEORGE L.: Co. A
DINSMORE, JAMES: Co. A
DISHNER, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. B, Pvt./2nd Lt.
DISHNER, JOHN W.: Co. B
DISHNER, WILLIAM A.: Co. B
DISHNER, WILLIAM: Co. B
DIXON, HENRY D.: Co. E
DOANE, JAMES: Co. A
DOBBINS, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. D
DOBBINS, E.: Co. D
DOBBINS, WILLIAM: Co. D
DOSS, SAMPSON: Co. F
DOVE, JAMES C.: Co. D
DOVE, THOMAS: Co. D
DOVE, WILLIAM B.: Co. D
DOYLE, JAMES A.: Co. D
DOYLE, JOHN B.: Co. D
DUNBAR, GEORGE: Co. B
DUNCAN, GABRIEL: Co. A
DUNCAN, GILES: Co. D
DUNCAN, JOHN R.: Co., A
DUNCAN, JOSEPH: Co. A
DUNCAN, ROBERT: Co. D
DUNN, ANDREW JACKSON: F&S, ACS
DUNN, DAVID CAMPBELL: Capt./Lt. Col. Co. I(1)/F&S
DUNN, F. S.: Co. I(1)/F
DUNN, JAMES H.: F&S, Surgeon
DUNN, JAMES H.: Co. E
DUTTON, JONAS: Co. H, Corp./Sgt.
DYE, ANDERSON: 3rd Corp., Co. A
DYE, CHARLES M.: Co. B
DYE, RICHARD: Co. A
EADS, GEORGE: Co. F
EADS, JAMES KELLY: Co. F
EADS, JOHN W.: Co. F
EADS, JOSIAH P.: Co. F
EADS, ROBERT C.: Co. F
EADS, WILLIAM: Co. E
EARLEY, JOSEPH C.: Co. D
EASTEP, LEWIS: Sgt., Co. A
EDMONDSON, DAVID: Co. F
EDMONDSON, GEORGE: Co. F
EDMONDSON, JAMES A.: Co. F
EDMONSON, JOHN M.: 2nd Sgt., Co. F,
EDWARDS, JORDAN C.: Co. G/I(2)
EDWARDS, VINCENT: Co. C
EGGER, LANDREN: Co. K
EKISS, LEWIS W.: Co. D
ELDRIDGE, LEVI: Co. A
ELLIOTT, LEWIS: Co. A
ELLIOTT, THOMAS: Co. D
ELLIS, JAMES EDWARD: Co. E
ELSWICK, GILES L.: Co. D
EPLING, H. H.: Co. F
EPLING, PAUL: Co. K
EPPERLY, WILLIAM: Co. D
FADDIS, ANDREW: Co. A/F
FALKE, CHARLES C.: Co. K
FARMER, JOHN W.: Adjutant, Co. K/F&S
FARMER, JOHNSON: Co. G/I(2)
FARMER, MICHAEL: Co. A
FARNSWORTH, WILLIAM B.: Co. F
FAULKNER, GIDEON P.: Co. ?
FEATHERSTONE, THOMAS H.: Co. B
FELTY, GEORGE F.: Co. E
FELTY, JOHN J.: Co. E
FELTY, MICHAEL: Co. E
FELTY, NICHOLAS: Co. A
FELTY, SAMUEL S.: Co. H
FELTY, WILLIAM: Co. H
FELTZ, MICHAEL: Co. I(1)/B/E
FERGUSON, JOEL: Co. F
FERGUSON, WILLIAM M.: Co. F
FERREN, DAVID C.: Co. A
FERREN, JAMES: Co. A
FERREN, WILLIAM: Co. A
FIELDS, HENRY W.: Co. C
FIELDS, JOSEPH: Co. I(2)
FIMUSEE, DENNIS: Co. I(1)
FINCH, WILLIAM: Co. D
FINLEY, JOHN A.: Co. G
FINLEY, THOMAS J.: Co. G
FINLEY, WILLIAM R.: Co. G
FISHER, ALFRED B.: Co. C/G
FISHER, GREENVILLE M.: Co. C/G
FISHER, HARVEY J.: Co. H.
FLEENER, ISAAC B.: Co. B
FLEENER, LILBURN H.: Co. B
FLEENOR, ALFRED P.: Co. E
FLEENOR, DAVID: Co E, PWR.
FLEENOR, GASPER S.: Co. E
FLEENOR, RUFUS: Co. E
FLEENOR, WILLIAM: Co. E
FLEENOR, WILLIAM: Co. E
FLEMING, J. T. A.: Co. B
FLEMON, GULLION: Co. K
FLINCHUM, WILLIAM C.: Co. D
FLINT, L.: Co. E, PWR.
FOGLESONG, CHARLES WASHINGTON: Co. H
FORAN, DAVID C.: Co. A
FORAN, WILLIAM: Co. A.
FORD, WILLIAM: Co. I(1)
FORKNER, GIDEON: Co. C
FORKNER, GRANVILLE: Co. B
FORKNER, JESSE: Co. C/G.
FORKNER, JOHN: Co. B
FORKNER, JOSEPH: Co. I(1)/B
FORRAN, JAMES: Co. A
FOWLER, EDMOND: Pvt./Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
FRANCIS, JOHN R.: Co. D, Capt.
FRANKLIN, JAMES: Co. C.
FRAZIER, ANDREW: Co. K
FRAZIER, ANDREW: Co. A
FRAZIER, J. W.: Co. K
FRENCH, J. S.: Co. H
FRENCH, JAMES MILTON: Major/Colonel, F&S
FRIEDLIN, A. C.: Co. ?
FRIEND, WILLIAM A.: Co. B
FRIENDE, WILLIAM: Co. I(1)
FRY, GABRIEL: Co. E
FULTON, JAMES: Co. A
FULTON, SAMUEL MONROE, Sr.: Co. G
GALLIHON, JAMES: Co. E
GALYEAN, ANDERSON: Regimental Musician, Co. C/G
GALYEAN, BYRON: Musician, Co. C/G
GALYEAN, JAMES: Co. G
GALYEAN, SAMUEL: Co. C
GALYEAN, TOLIVER: Regimental Musician, Co. C/G
GALYEAN, WILLIAM: Drummer, Co. C
GARDNER, JOHN F.: Co. D
GARNER, JAMES: Co. K
GARNER, THOMAS: Co. B
GARRETT, ABRAM: Co. E
GAYLEAN, JEREMIAH: Musician, Co. C/G
GEARHART, HARVEY A.: Co. D
GEARHART, LARKIN T.: Co. D
GENTRY, JONATHAN: Co. G
GERMAN, WILLIAM: Co. I(1)
GIBSON, MICHAEL: Co. D
GILES, BENJAMIN T.: Co. E
GILL, THOMAS: Co. F
GILLESPIE, ANDREW: Co. A
GILLESPIE, THOMAS: Co. A
GILLMORE, JAMES H.: Co. K
GILPIN, JOEL: Co. K
GOAD, ANDREW: Co. I(2)
GOAD, FIELDEN L.: Co. I(2)
GOAD, SPENCER, Sr.: Co. I(2).
GOBBLE, CHARLES: Co. E
GOBBLE, EMMET B.: Co. E
GOBBLE, JOHN: Co. A
GOBBLE, L. H.: Co. E
GOFF, HARMON: Co. B, PWR.
GOFF, JACOB G.: Co. B
GOFF, SAMUEL A.: Co. K
GOFF, WILLIAM H.: Co. B
GOINS, WILLIAM P.: Co. C
GOODMAN, ABRAHAM: Co. K
GOODMAN, ISAAC STOFFLE: Co. E
GOODMAN, ISAAC: Co. K
GOODMAN, JAMES BAKER: Co. E
GOODMAN, JOHN BERT: Co. E
GOODMAN, WILLIAM W.: Co. K
GOODMAN, WILLIAM: Co. B
GOODPASTURE, ALEXANDER W.: QM Sgt., Co. K/F/F&S
GORE, ISAAC: Co. B
GRACE, DAVID RICHARD: Co. A
GRAHAM, JAMES W.: Co. I(1)/D
GRAHAM, JAMES: Co. B
GRAHAM, JOHN: Co. I(1)/B
GRAHAM, JOSEPH E.: Co. D
GRAHAM, ROBERT: Co. I(1)/B
GRANT, HUGH M.: Co. A
GRAVELY, JAMES: Co. G/I(2)
GRAVELY, JOSEPH LOGAN: Co. I(2)
GRAY, DAVID: 3rd Sgt.(CSR)/1st Sgt.(PWR), Co. H
GRAY, GEORGE T.: Chaplain, Co. B/F&S.
GRAY, GEORGE W.: 1st Corp., Co. H
GREENE, JOHN: Co. C
GREGORY, SAMUEL S.: Co. A
GRICE, A.: Co. D
GRISSOM, JOHN C.: Corp., Co. D
GROGAN, DILLARD: Co. A
GROGG, BILL: Co. H
GROGG, JAMES W.: Co. H
GROGG, JERRY A.: Co. H
GROGG, LEWIS G.: Color Sgt., Co. H
GROGG, O. P. H. B.: Co. H
GROOSE, JOHN: Co. F
GROSECLOSE, ANDREW: Co. H
GROSECLOSE, JOHN H.: Co. H
GROSECLOSE, WILLIAM JONAS: Co. H
GRUBB, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. H
GUESS, COLLINS P.: Co. A
GULLION, FLEMING: Co. K
GULLION, WILLIAM: Co. K
HACKLER, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. C
HACKLER, JOHN RILEY: Co. C/G
HALE, FIELDEN H.: Co. G
HALEY, JAMES BAKER: Co. B
HALL, ALEXANDER: Co. H
HALL, ANDREW: Co. D
HALL, JAMES B.: Co. G
HALL, JOHN B.: Co. G/I(2)
HALL, WILLIAM: Co. E
HAMPTON, EPHRAIM: Sgt./2nd Lt., Co. G
HAMPTON, L. H.: Co. G.
HAMPTON, LITRELLE HICKERSON: Capt., Co. G
HAMPTON, THOMAS B.: 2nd Lt./Capt., Co. G
HAMPTON, WILLIAM D.: Co. G
HANBY, ABRAM T. F.: 2nd Lt./1st Lt., Co. E
HANBY, WILLIAM A.: Co. E
HANLEY, H. A.: Co. D
HARDEN, WILLIAM: Co. H
HARDWICK, S.: Co. C
HARDY, JAMES SAMUEL: Co. I(2)
HARGROVE, HOWELL: Co. A
HARKRADER, J. R.: Co. H
HARRIS, JOHN B.: 2nd Corp., Co. F
HARRIS, JOHN T.: 4th Sgt./Pvt., Co. K
HARRIS, ROBERT J.: Co. G
HARRIS, WILLIAM A.: Corp., Co. G
HARRISON, HENRY: Co. G
HARRISON, ROBERT: Co. C
HART, J. H.: Co. D
HART, JAMES M.: Co. E
HARTSOCK, GEORGE L.: Co. I(1)/B
HARTSOCK, ISAAC: Co. I(1)/B
HARTSOCK, JAMES F.: Co. B
HARTSOCK, THOMAS: Co. I(1)/B
HARWOOD, JOSEPH ELCANY: Co. E
HASH, COLUMBUS: Co. C
HAWKS, ABRAHAM: Co. C/G
HAWKS, ANDREW B.: 3rd Corp., Co. G/I(2)
HAWKS, JAMES C.: Co. G/I(2)
HAWLEY, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Co. D
HAWLEY, JOHN: Co. D
HAWTHORN, SAMUEL T.: Co. F
HAYNES, AUSTIN D.: 1st Sgt./2nd Lt., Co. A
HAYNES, JAMES M.: Co. I(1)
HAYNES, JESSE: Co. C/G
HAYNES, PETER S.: 3rd Sgt., Co. A
HAYNES, WILLIAM J. R.: Co. F
HAYTON, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. B/A
HEATER, W. T.: Co. K
HEATHERLY, GEORGE: Co. A
HEDRICK, JOSEPH WASHINGTON: Co. H
HELDRETH, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. H
HELDRETH, WILLIAM: Co. H
HELTON, JAMES E.: Co. A
HENAGER, THOMAS: Co. K
HENDERLITERZ, JEREMIAH H.: Co. K
HENDERSON, ARNOLD P.: Co. B
HENDERSON, AUGUSTUS F.: QM Capt., F&S
HENDERSON, HENRY: Co. C
HENDERSON, WILLIAM: Co. C
HENDRICK, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. I(2)
HENDRICK, JOHN: Co. H
HENDRICK, THOMAS B.: Co. E
HENEGAR, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Co. F
HENEGAR, BENJAMIN: 4th Sgt., Co. K
HENEGAR, SAMUEL: Co. K
HENSLEY, HENRY: Co. I(1)/B
HENSLEY, WILLIAM H.: Co. E
HEREN, MICHAEL: Co. D
HERNDON, ELLIOTT: Co. A
HERRING, LEVI C.: Co. K
HERRINGTON, CHARLES W.: Co. C
HERRON, MIKLE: Co. F
HESLIP, WILLIAM A.: Co. D
HESS, WILLIAM B.: Musician, Co. D
HESTER, WILLIAM T.: Co. K
HEURTIZE, WILLIAM: 2nd Sgt./Pvt., Co. K
HICKS, HENRY: Co. H.
HICKS, RUFUS A.: Co. A
HIGGINS, ALEXANDER: Co. C
HIGGINS, ANDREW JACKSON: 2nd Sgt., Co. C
HIGGINS, DAVID: Co. C
HIGGINS, GRIGGS: 5th Sgt., Co. C
HIGGINS, HARDEN PRESTON: 3rd Sgt./2nd Sgt./Pvt., Co. C/G
HIGGINS, JOHN C.: 2nd Lt., Co. G
HIGGINS, LINVILLE Jr.: Co. C
HIGGINS, WILLIAM J.: Co. C
HIGGS, ALEXANDER: Co. G
HILL, AMOS: Corp./2nd Lt., Co. I(1)/B
HILL, BURTON: Co. B
HILL, EDWARD: Co. B
HILL, HARVEY E.: Corp., Co. I(1)/B
HILL, HIRAM: Co. A
HILL, LOY B.: Co. G
HILL, THOMAS B.: Co. G
HILL, W. H.: Co. C
HILL, WASHINGTON W.: 3rd Sgt., Co. A
HILL, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS: Co. G/I(2)
HINES, A. L.: Co. K
HOBACK, JOHN S.: Co. A
HOBBS, HARRISON: Co. E
HOBBS, JAMES: Co. E
HOBBS, JEROME: Co. E
HOBBS, LAFAYETTE C.: Co. E
HOBBS, MONROE E.: Co. E
HOLDERFIELD, VALENTINE: Co. C
HOLDERFIELD, WILLIAM B.: Co. C
HOLLY, HENRY A.: Co. D
HOLMES, JAMES H.: Co. K
HOLMES, NATHANIEL: Co. A
HOLMES, WILLIAM: Co. K
HOLOWAY, R.: Co. F
HOMES, WILLIAM: Co. F
HOOKS, REUBEN: Co. K
HOOVER, ANDREW: Co. B
HOOVER, HENRY: Co. B
HOPE, PETER J.: Co. E
HORN, ISAAC: Co. H
HORTON, BENJAMIN: Corp., Co. G/I(2)
HORTON, WILLIAM RILEY: Co. G/I(2)
HOUNDSHELL, PEYTON: Co. A
HOUNDSHELL, ROBERT: Co. H
HOWARD, C. T.: Co. D
HOWARD, THOMAS L.: Co. D
HOWSER, THOMAS: Co. B
HOYT, J. P.: Adjutant, Co. F/F&S
HUDDLE, WILLIAM LITZ: 1st Sgt./2nd Lt., Co. H
HUFF, WILLIAM S.: Co. F/K
HUFFMAN, ALEXANDER W.: Co. F
HUFFMAN, GEORGE M.: Co. F
HULL, DAVID DENTON: 2nd Lt./ACS, Co. K/F&S
HULL, J. CRAWFORD: Co. ?
HUMES, MILTON W.: 1st Lt./Capt., Co. A
HUNT, ROBERT P.: Surgeon, F&S
HUNTER, WILLIAM L.: Capt., Co. A
HUTCHINS, WILLIAM H.: Co. C
HUTTON, ARTHUR D.: Co. F
HUTTON, G. H.: Co. E, PWR.
HUTTON, JAMES O.: 3rd Corp., Co. F
HUTTON, JOHN A. P.: 3rd Sgt., Co. F
HUTTON, JOSEPH L.: Co. F
HUTTON, LILBURN L.: Co. F
HUTTON, SAMUEL S.: Co. F
HUTTON, WILLIAM D.: Co. K
HYRICK, W. H.: Co. D
INGOLDSBY, JAMES NELSON: Sgt./2nd Lt., Co. C
IRON, JOHN: Sergeant/Commissary Sergeant Co. K/F&S
IRWIN, DANIEL P.: Co. H
ISAAC, WESLEY: 2nd Lt., Co. D, PWR.
JACKSON, HENRY: Co. G
JACKSON, LEVI: Co. B
JAMES, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. D
JAMES, THOMAS: Co. F
JENKINS, JOHN G.: Co. G
JENNINGS, ALLEN: 3rd Sgt., Co. G
JENNINGS, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. G/I(2)
JENNINGS, JOHN J.: Co. G
JENNINGS, THOMAS ALLEN: Co. C/G
JENNINGS, THOMAS: Co. A
JOHNSON, EMSLEY G.: Co. I(1)/B
JOHNSON, HARRISON: Co. E
JOHNSON, JOSEPH H.: Co. A
JOHNSON, THOMAS P.: Co. E
JOHNSON, WILLIAM J.: Co. A
JONAS, MARTIN: Co. H
JONES, A. G.: Co. K
JONES, DANIEL E.: Co. K
JONES, DAVID C.: Co. K
JONES, GEORGE A.: Co. K
JONES, HARVEY: Co. K
JONES, JAMES S. (G?): Co. D
JONES, JOSEPH P.: Co. K
JONES, RANDOLPH: Co. H
JONES, W. H.: Co. K
JONES, W. H.: Co. E
JONES, WILLIAM: Co. B
JUSTICE, JAMES: Co. D
KANODE, J.: Co. D
KANODLE, WILLIAM: Co. D
KAYLOR, JACOB: Co. E
KEESE, RICHARD: Co. A
KEESLER, GORDON: Co. H.
KEESLING, GEORGE WASHINGTON: B., Capt., Co. H
KEGLEY, ALEXANDER T.: Co. H
KEGLEY, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. H
KEGLEY, DANIEL FRANKLIN: Corp., Co. K
KEGLEY, DOCTOR CHRISTIAN: Corp., Co. H
KEGLEY, EPHRAIM: Co. H
KEGLEY, HENRY H.: Co. C
KEGLEY, J. L.: Co. H
KEGLEY, JAMES L.: Co. H
KEGLEY, LEVI H.: Co. H
KEISTER, EDISON J.: Co. D
KEISTER, GORDON: Co. H
KEITH, WILLIAM A.: Co. B
KELLEY, JAMES A.: Co. K
KEMP, JAMES H.: Co. G
KEMP, THOMAS H.: Co. G
KENSLER, JOHN M.: Co. K
KENSON, DAVID: Co. E
KESLER, JOHN L.: Corp., Co. D
KESNOR, LEANDER, JR.: Sgt., Co. E
KESTNER, DAVID C.: Co. E
KESTNER, JACOB H.: Co. A
KESTNER, JOHN A.: Co. A
KESTNER, LAND M.: Co. E
KILBY, NELSON: Co. C
KILBY, THORNTON: Co. C
KILLINGER, JOHN C.: Capt., Co. K
KING, JAMES A.: 1st Sgt., Co. E
KING, WILLIAM P.: Corp., Co. C
KINNER, ROBERT: Co. A
KINSER, JASPER: Co. D
KIRBY, JAMES: Co. G
KIRBY, JESSE: Co. G
KIRBY, JOHN: Co. C
KNODE, WILLIAM: Co. D
LAMBERT, ELI: Co. H
LAMBERT, FLEMMING J.: Co. D
LAMBERT, JACKSON: Sgt., Co. H
LAMBERT, JOHN: Co. I(2)
LAMBERT, MICHAEL A.: Co. B
LANE, CHARLES W.: Co. D
LANE, ISAAC: Co. B
LANE, JAMES D.: Co. F
LANE, THOMAS: Co. A
LANE, THOMAS: Co. E
LANE, THOMAS: Co. I(1)
LANE, THOMAS: Co. B
LANE, WILLIAM E.: Co. E
LANIER, FLOYD: Co. A
LARGE, JAMES: Co. E
LARGEN, ANDERSON: Co. G/I(2)
LARGEN, BARTON: Co. I(2)
LARGEN, ROBERT: Co. G/I(2)
LARIMER, SAMUEL: Co. F
LARROWE, MARK D.: Co. C
LASLEY, PHILIP: Co. D
LAWRENCE, THOMAS: Co. D
LAWSON, FLOYD: Co. A
LEATH, JAMES M.: Co. C
LEE, HENDERSON: Co. D
LeGRAND, J. N.: Co. D
LEMMA, SAMUEL: Co. F
LEONARD, ADAM: Co. B
LEONARD, ANDERSON: Co. B
LEONARD, ANDREW J.: Co. B
LEONARD, BRADLEY: Co. I(1)
LEONARD, BRADLEY: Sgt., Co. B
LEONARD, CAMPBELL BURK: Co. B
LEONARD, DULANEY: Co. B
LEONARD, EDWARD A.: Co. B
LEONARD, EDWARD: Co. B
LEONARD, FRANKLIN: Co. B
LEONARD, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Sr.: Co. B
LEONARD, GEORGE WASHINGTON Jr.: Co. B
LEONARD, HENRY HARRISON: Co. B
LEONARD, ISAAC B.: Co. B
LEONARD, JACKSON: Co. B
LEONARD, JAMES J.: Co. I(1)/B
LEONARD, JAMES: Sgt., Co. B
LEONARD, JOHN: Co. B
LEONARD, JOSEPH H.: Co. B
LEONARD, JOSEPH, Jr.: Co. B
LEONARD, JOSEPH, Sr.: 2nd Lt., Co. B
LEONARD, MARTIN: Co. A
LEONARD, NICHOLAS B.: Co. B
LEONARD, PETER H.: Co. B
LEONARD, PETER H.: 1st Sgt., Co. B
LEONARD, RUFUS: Co. B
LEONARD, SAMUEL G.: 3rd Sgt., Co. B
LEONARD, SAMUEL: 4th Corp., Co. I(1)
LEONARD, WILLIAM A.: Co. B
LESTER, GEORGE E.: Co. D
LEWIS, ABRAHAM E.: Co. ?.
LEWIS, ISAAC C.: Co. E
LEWIS, J. C.: Co. E
LEWIS, JAMES R.: Co. K
LEWIS, JAMES: Co. C/G
LEWIS, JOHN J.: Co. B
LEWIS, JOHN: Co. E, PWR.
LEWIS, JOHN: Co. B
LINDERMOOD, ROBERT: Corp./2nd Lt., Co. I(1)/B
LINDSAY, CALVIN STUART: Co. H
LINKOUS, CHARLES W.: Co. D
LINKOUS, JOHN: Co. D
LITTEN, WILLIAM: Co. D
LITTLE, JAMES: Co. F
LIVESAY, BYRAM: Co. C
LIVESAY, CALVIN: Co. C
LLOYD, WILLIAM: Co. K
LOGAN, JOHN B.: Co. F
LOGAN, LEVI: Co. F
LOOMIS, ________: 2nd Corp., Co. E
LORELL, REUBEN P.: Co. D
LOUTHAN, JOHN W.: Corp., Co. H
LOVELACE, LEANDER: Co. C/G
LOVERN, GEORGE: Co. D
LOVERN, STITH: Co. D
LOWE, KIRBY: Co. C/G
LOWE, SAMUEL: Co. C/G
LOYD, ROBERT B.: Corp., Co. K
LOYD, SAMUEL: Co. F
LUCAS, C. M.: Co. D
LUCAS, JOHN: Co. D
LUCAS, MICHAEL A.: 2nd Lt./1st Lt., Co. D
LUCAS SAMUEL W.: Co. D
LUNDY, JOHN: Co. G.
LUNDY, JOSIAH: Co. C
LUNDY, LAFAYETTE: Corp., Co. C
LYNCH, CONNALLY H.: Capt./Lt.Col., Co. B/F&S
LYONS, JAMES WILLIAM: Co. G/I(2)
MABERRY, LOUIRA "Ira": Co. G/I(2)
MAHAFFEY, WILLIAM: Co. C
MALCOM, ROBERT: Co. B
MALLORY, STEPHEN: Corp., Co. G
MANAHAN, WILLIAM W.: Co. F
MANN, CHARLES: Co. A
MANTZ, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. A
MARKS, LAYFETTE: Co. E
MARSHALL, JAMES R.: Co. I(1)/B
MARSHALL, JOHN: Co. G
MARSHALL, WILLIAM: Co. G/I(2)
MARTIN, BILLY: Co. C
MARTIN, BYRAM: 1st Corp., Co. G/I(2)
MARTIN, CHARLES: Co. I(2)
MARTIN, GILES S.: 1st Lt./Capt., Co. G/I(2)
MARTIN, JAMES: 2nd Corp., Co. G/I(2).
MASON, JAMES: Co. C
MASON, JOHN: Co. B
MASSIE, GEORGE W.: Co. B
MATNEY, WILLIAM HENRY: Co. H
MATTING, HENRY: Co. H
McBRIDE, JOSHUA: Co. C
McCALL, JAMES H.: Co. F, 3rd Lt./2nd Lt.
McCALL, JOHN: Co. F
McCALL, WILLIAM B.: Co. F
McCANE, JESSE: Co. I(2)
McCAULEY, FRANCIS MARION: Co. E
McCHESNEY, G. C.: Co. E, 1st Lt.
McCHESNEY, THOMAS W.: Co. E
McCHESNEY, WILLIAM LEANDER: 2nd Lt., Co. A
McCLELLAN, JAMES B.: Co. F
McCLINTOCK, CHRISTOPHER C.: Co. A
McCLOUD, ANDREW C.: Co. F
McCLOUD, DAVID A.: 2nd Corp, Co. F
McCONNELL, A.: Co. E
McCONNELL, ABRAM A.: Co. E
McCONNELL, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. E
McCONNELL, JOHN A. D.: Co. E
McCORKLE, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. D
McCORMACK, FERMAN HISKELL: Co. I(1), 2nd Lt.
McCORMACK, JOHN M.: Co. F
McCORMACK, PLEASANT: Co. F
McCORMACK, WESLEY: Co. F
McCOY, JAMES H.: Co. D, Sgt.
McCRACKEN, J.: Co. B
McCRACKEN, ROBERT: Co. E
McCROSKEY, GEORGE: Co. B
McCULLOP, ADAM: Co. K
McDANIEL, CHARLES F.: Co. D, Corp.
McDONALD, EDWARD K.: Co. D
McFARLAND, ELMER H.: Co. I(1)
McFARLAND, JOHN: Co. D
McFENEY, JOSEPH: Co. A
McGAN, JEFF: Co. A
McGLOCKLIN, HENRY: Co. F
McGRADY, HEZEKIAH: Co. C
McGRADY, JOSEPH: Co. C
McGRAW, ANDERSON: Co. A.
McGRAW, SAMUEL: Co. A
McGRAW, THOMAS J.: Co. A, Sgt.
McGUIRE, ISAAC: Co. A
McGUIRE, JOHN: Co. A
McGUIRE, R. C.: Co. E
McKEE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Co. I(1)/E/F
McKNIGHT, ANDREW: Co. G
McMAHON, JOHN J.: Col., F&S,
McNAMARA, THOMAS: Co. B.
McNEW, ALEXANDER: Co. A
McNEW, M. C.: Co. A
MEADOWS, HEZEKIAH: Co. D
MEADOWS, NEWLAND: Co. F
MERIDETH, WILLIAM: Co. B
MESSERSMITH, ANDREW: Corp., Co. H
MESSICK, WILLIAM: Co. B
MICHUM, J. B.: Co. D
MIDKIFF, JOHN S.: Co. G
MILLAN, JOHN: Co. F
MILLEGG, JOHN D.: Co. C
MILLER, FRANKLIN: Co. C
MILLER, HARVE: Co. C
MILLER, JAMES F.: Co. D
MILLER, JOHN: Co. E
MILLER, SAMUEL A.: Co. A
MILLER SAMUEL: Co. E
MILLER, WILLIAM H.: Co. C
MILLS, THOMAS: Co. D
MINNICK, ISAAC: Co. B
MINNICK, JAMES: Co. B
MINNICK, WILLIAM: Co. B
MITCHELL, JAMES VAUGHN: Sgt., Co. D
MONEYHON, WILLIAM: Co. F
MOORE, ALGERNON SIDNEY: Co. ?
MOORE, ANDREW H.: Co. C
MOORE, ISAAC: Co. B
MOORE, JAMES: Co. A
MOORE, JOSHUA S.: Co. G
MOORE, NIMROD: Co. G
MOORE, WILLIAM C.: Co. B
MOORE, WOODSON: Co. E
MOSER, LEWIS B.: Co. G/I(2)
MOSES, ARCHEY: Co. D
MOYERS, DAVID A.: Co. D
MUMPOWER, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. B
MUMPOWER, ISAAC B., Jr.: Co. E
MUMPOWER, WILLIAM HANCHER: Co. E
MURPHEY, ALVIN: Co. C/G
MURPHEY, JOHN: Co. I(1)
MURPHEY, STEPHEN: Co. C
MURRY, DRURY: Co. A
MUSSER, DAVID: Co. K.
MUSSER, ELI: Co. K
MUSSER, ELIJAH: Co. K
MUSSER, MICHAEL J.: Co. K/H
MUSSER, THOMAS J.: Co. K
MUSSER, WILLIAM J.: Corp., Co. K
MYERS, A. B.: Co. D
MYERS, SAMUEL W.: Co. G
NEAL, DANIEL H.: Co. F
NEESE, GEORGE J.: Co. H, A/H,
NEESE, WAYMAN L.: Co. H
NEFF, MICHAEL: Co. H, Corp./Sgt.
NEFF, WILLIAM: Co. H
NELSON, DANIEL R.: Co. C
NELSON, ISOM: Corp., Co. H
NESTER, JOHN: Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
NEWMAN, JOHN: Co. H
NEWMAN, PRESTON F.: 4th Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
NORMAN, MELVIN R.: Co. C/G
NORRIS, ISAIAH: Co. A
NORRIS, JAMES T.: Co. A
NUCKOLLS, RICHARD: Co. E, 4th Sgt./1st Sgt.
NUNELY, WILLIAM D.: Co. A
NUTTER, JOHN: Co. H
ODELL, ALFRED: Co. A
ODOM, LORENZO: Co. E
OGLE, CANAAN: Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
OGLE, ELIJAH: Co. I(2)
OGLE, GORDON: Co. G/I(2)
OGLE, ISAAC: Co. I(2)
OGLE, JOHN: Co. I(2)
OGLE, THOMAS: Co. G/I(2)
ONEY, JAMES D.: Co. E
ONEY, SAMUEL: Co. E
ORNDUFF, JAMES: Co. E
ORR, CAMPBELL E.: Co. F
ORR, JAMES A.: Co. F
ORR, JAMES E.: Co. E
OURY, JOHN F.: 1st Lt./Capt., Co. K
OUSLEY, JOHN: Co. I(2)
OVERBY, ALEXANDER: Co. K
OVERBY, ALFRED: Co. C/G
OVERTON, WILLIAM M.: Asst. Surgeon, F&S
OWEN, JAMES GOODSON: Co. E
OWENS, DAVID C.: 2nd Lt./1st Lt., Co. F
OWENS, GEORGE M.: Co. D
OWENS, JACKSON: Co. D
OWENS, JAMES: Co. F
OWENS, WILLIAM M.: Co. F
PAGE, HENRY R.: Co. B
PAGE, JAMES R.: Co. B
PAINTER, AUGUSTUS C.: Co. H.
PAINTER, JAMES F.: Co. H, Sgt.
PAINTER, L. E.: Co. H
PAINTER, WILLIAM: Co. H., 3rd Lt./Capt.
PALMER, EDEN R.: Co. D
PARAGEN, ALFRED: Co. E
PARAGEN, DAVID: Co. E
PARAGEN, JOHN R.: Co. E
PARK, FREELING: Co. H
PARK, IVY NEWTON: Co. H
PARK, JOHN P.: 2nd Corp., Co. A
PARKER, JOHN: Co. G/I(2)
PARKER, WHITFIELD MONROE: Co. B
PARKS, BARNETT: Co. C
PARKS, FIELDEN BEAX: Co. C
PARKS, ISAAC J.: Co. C
PARKS, RILEY PRESTON: Co. C
PARKS, WHELAN W.: Co. H
PARROTT, RUFUS M.: Co. E
PATRICK, HENRY: Co. A
PATTON, ISAIAH C.: Co. H
PATTON, JAMES R.: Co. A
PATTON, JOHN J.: Co. H
PATTON, RUSSEL: Co. H
PATTON, SAMUEL: Co. C
PEMBERTON, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Co. E
PENDLETON, JOHN STROTHER: M.D., Assistant Surgeon, Co. H/F&S.
PENNINGTON, ABLE: Co. F
PENNINGTON, ABRAM: Co. F
PENNINGTON, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. C
PENNINGTON, CALLOWAY: Co. F
PENNINGTON, ELI: Co. F
PENNINGTON, SAMUEL: Co. F
PEPPER, SAMUEL: Co. A
PERDUE, ANDREW G.: Co. E
PERKINS, JARED: Co. C
PETERMAN, WILLIAM B.: Co. E
PHILLIPPI, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: 3rd Sgt. Co. H
PHILLIPPI, JOHN M.: Corp./Color Sergeant, Co. H/F&S
PHILLIPPI, SYLVESTER: 2nd Lt./1st Lt./Capt., Co. H
PHILLIPPI, ZACHARIAH M.: Co. H
PHILLIPS, DAVID F.: Co. C/G
PHILLIPS, JAMES K
PHILLIPS, JOHN: 4th Sgt., Co. H
PHILLIPS, JOSEPH M.: Co. C
PHILLIPS, KENLY: Co. I2
PHILLIPS, PATRICK: Co. E
PHIPPS, MACAGAH: Co. C
PHIPPS, MARION: Co. C
PHIPPS, MORGAN: Co. C
PICKLE, DANIEL: Co. E
PICKLE, DANIEL: Co. E
PICKLE, JOHN H.: Co. K
PIKE, A. P.: Co. K
PIKE, HUGH: Sgt., Co. K
PIPPIN, JAMES H.: 4th Sgt./2nd Sgt., Co. E
PIPPIN, ROBERT J.: Co. E
PITTS, ZACHARIAH: Co. B
POFF, JOHN R.: 2nd Corp., Co. D
POGUE, H. R.: Co. E
POOL, DAVID: Co. C
POOL FIELDEN: Co. G
POOL, HARRISON: Co. A
POOL, JAMES: 2nd Sgt., Co. C/G
PORTER, THOMAS JEFFERSON: Sgt., Co. K
POSTON, JOSEPH: Co. A
POTTER, WILLIAM COLUMBUS: Co. G/I(2)
POWELL, ISAIAH ELESBETH: Co. K
POWELL, JAMES E.: Co. K
POWERS, DAVID CROCKETT: Co. B
POWERS, E. B.: Co. H
PRICE, ANDREW J.: Co. A
PRICE, DAVID: Co. C
PRICE, JOHN M.: Sgt., Co. A
PRICKETT, HENRY: Co. F
PRIMM, DAVID: Co. H
PRUNER, H. C.: Co. K
PRUNER, JOHN M.: Co. K
PUCKETT, COSLEY H.: Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
QUEENSBERRY, LEWIS: Co. I(1)
QUESENBERRY, ASA RICHARD: Co. G/I(2)
QUESENBERRY, JAMES S.: Co. F
QUESENBERRY, JOSHUA: Co. G/I(2)
QUESENBERRY, THEOPHALUS: Co. G
QUESENBERRY, WILLIAM M.: Co. F
QUESENBERRY, WILLIAM: Co. G/I(2)
QUESENBERRY. JOHN H. T.: Corp., Co. K
QUILLEN, SPENCER: Co. C
RANEY, THEOPHEELAS: Co. D, UDC application only.
RATLIFF, JAMES A.: Co. B
RECTOR, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. C
RECTOR, BENNETT: 2nd Lt./1st Lt., Co. C
RECTOR, CREED F.: 3rd Sgt., Co. K
RECTOR, ENOS: 1st Sgt., Co. C
RECTOR, JAMES C.: Co. C
RECTOR, JOHN: Co. C
RECTOR, WILEY G.: Co. C
RECTOR, WILLIAM: Co. C
REECE, ROBERT: Co. F
REEDY, FRANKLIN: Co. C
REEDY, GRANVILLE W.: Co. C
REEDY, JAMES: Co. E
REEDY, RILEY: Co. C
REEDY, SOLOMON: Co. C
REEDY, WILLIAM: Co. A
REESE, PARKER: Co. I(1)
REESE, STEPHEN: Co. E/F
REESE, STEPHEN: Co. I(1)
RHEA, JOSEPH W.: Co. E
RICHARDSON, ABNER: Co. C
RICHARDSON, FLOYD: Co. G/I(2)
RICHARDSON, LEWIS: Co. G/I(2)
RICHARDSON, LORENZO DOW: Co. G/I(2)
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM R.: Co. K
RICKETTS, HARDY S.: Co. B
RIGNEY, ELIJAH: Co. K
RING, DAVID: Co. G
RING, FOUNTAIN: Co. G
RING, MARTIN: 4th Corp., Co. G
ROBERTS, CHARLES: Co. A
ROBERTS, JOHN: Co. A
ROBERTS, JOSEPH F.: Co. C
ROBERTS, THOMAS: Co. F
ROBERTS, WILLIAM: Co. A
ROBERTS, WILLIAM: Co. A
ROBINSON, HARDY (HARVEY) S.: Sgt., Co. F
ROBINSON, PARKER S.: Co. F
ROBINSON, SAMUEL: 2nd Lt., Co. G/I(2)
ROBINSON, WILLIAM: Co. I(2)
ROE, BENJAMIN H.: Co. F
ROE, BENJAMIN J.: Co. F
ROE, ELISHA: Co. E
ROE, ROBERT S.: Co. F
ROLEN, PHILIP J.: Co. K
ROLEN, WASHINGTON T.: Co. K
ROOP, SAMUEL D.: Co. D
ROSE, JOHN C.: Co. A
ROSE, RICHARD: Co. C
ROSENBALM, ADAM: 1st Sgt., Co. F
ROSENBALM, JAMES H.: Co. E
ROSENBALM, JOHN S.: Co. F
RUDY, ELIAS: Co. E
RUDY, WILLIAM: Co. D
RUSH, ANDREW J.: Sgt., Co. E
RUSH, CAP.: Co. E
RUSH, D. B.: Co. E
RUSH, DAVID O.: Capt., Co. E
RUSH, EMMETT B.: 2nd Lt., Co. E
RUSH, F. T.: Co. E
RUSH, GEORGE M. DALLAS: Co. E
RUSH, JAMES: Co. E
RUSH, WILLIAM C.: Corp., Co. E
RUST, JACOB: Co. B
RUST, VALENTINE C.: 1st Lt., Co. E
RUTHERFORD, ALEXANDER: Co. I(1)
RUTHERFORD, JAMES: Co. A
RUTHERFORD, WILLIAM F.: Co. A
SAGE, ISHAM V.: Co. C
SAGE, VAN BUREN: Co. C
SAILES, THOMAS L.: 2nd Lt./1st Lt., Co. D
SAILOR, LEWIS W.: Co. A
SAUL, STEPHEN: Co. E
SAUL, THOMAS L.: Co. E
SAUL, WILLIAM B.: Co. E
SAWYERS, JAMES S.: Co. K
SAWYERS, RICHARD L.: Co. C/G
SCAGGS, ARTIMUS J.: Co. D
SCAGGS, HUMPHREY: Co. D
SCOTT, CHARLES WYTHE: Co. K
SCOTT, JOHN MITCHELL: Co. K
SCOTT, WILLIAM H.: 3rd Lt./2nd Lt., Co. C
SCOTT, WOODFORD: Co. G
SENAKER, ARCHIMADES D.: Co. B/F&S, Hosp. Steward.
SENAKER, DAVID B.: Co. B
SESLER, THOMAS: Co. D
SHADRACK, LEMUEL: Co. G/I(2)
SHAFFER, GEORGE HARRISON: Co. B
SHAFFER, THOMAS J.: Co. B
SHANKLE, PATTERSON F.: Co. B
SHARETT, ABRAHAM: Co. I(1)/B
SHARETT, ISAAC: Co. E
SHARETT, JAMES ARTHUR: Co. E
SHARRETT, RICHARD: Co. B
SHARWOOD, ALBERT: Co. F
SHAVOR, JOHN: 5th Sgt., Co. F
SHEFFY, JAMES WHITE: 2nd Lt., Co. K
SHELOR, DANIEL: Co. D
SHELTON, MATHEW R.: Co. F
SHEPHERD, ALBERT: Co. A
SHEPPARD, JOSEPH W.: Co. A
SHERWOOD, JAMES: Co. A
SHETTLE, JOHN: Co., B
SHINAULT, DAVID JACKSON: Co. I(2)
SHINAULT, JAMES: Co. G
SHINAULT, JOHN: Co. G
SHINAULT, JONATHAN: Co. G/I(2)
SHOCKLEY, JOHN WESLEY: Co. H
SHOCKLEY, MEREDITH: Co. G/I(2)
SHOEMAKER, DAVID V.: Co. E
SHULER, JOSEPH M.: Co. C
SHUMATE, JOHN H.: Co. G
SILLY, WILLIAM: Co. K
SIMCOCK, JOSHUA S.: Co. C/G
SIMCOCK, MARK R.: Sgt., Co. C/G
SIMCOCK, MARTIN ELLIS: Co. C/G
SIMCOCK, WILLIAM R.: Co. C
SIMMERMAN, ALEXANDER C.: Co. H
SIMMERMAN, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. H.
SIMMERMAN, CHRISTOPHER: Co. H
SIMPKINS, CALVIN D.: Co. D
SIMPKINS, MONROE: Co. D
SIMPSON, JOHN: Co. D
SINIKER, DAVID: Co. B
SIRA, THOMAS: Co. F
SISK, GIDEON: Co. H
SKAGGS, WILLIAM: Co. D
SKANTING, N.: Co. D
SLAGLE, GEORGE: Co. B.
SLAGLE, MICHAEL: Co. I(1)/B
SLATE, JAMES: Co. A
SLAUGHTER, JOHN S.: 2nd Lt./1st Lt., Co. B
SMILEY, DAVID: Co. A
SMILEY, JOHN: Co. A
SMITH, ALEXANDER: Co. I(1)/B
SMITH, ALFRED: Sgt., Co. I(1)/B
SMITH, ANSE: Co. A
SMITH, ASBURY ROBERT: Co. C/G
SMITH, CYRUS: Co. B
SMITH, DAVID: Co. A
SMITH, FRANCIS MARION: Corp., Co. A
SMITH, GEORGE: Co. E
SMITH, GEORGE: Co. G/I(2)
SMITH, H. L.: Co. D
SMITH, JAMES A.: Co. E
SMITH, JAMES A.: Co. A
SMITH, JAMES H.: Co. A, 3rd Lt./2nd Lt.
SMITH, JOHN A.: Co. A
SMITH, JOHN J.: Co. H
SMITH, JOHN R.: Co. F
SMITH, JOHN: Co. G
SMITH, JOSEPH: Co. A
SMITH, L.: Co. G
SMITH, LEWIS: Co. G
SMITH, OSCAR: Co. I(1)/B
SMITH, ROLLINS: Sgt., Co. C
SMITH, SOLOMON: Co. F
SMITH, THOMAS E.: Co. D
SMITH, WILLIAM R.: Co. K
SMITH, WILLIAM V.: Co. B
SNAVELY, ALEXANDER SMYTH: Co. H
SNAVELY, JOHN P. F.: Co. K
SNIDER, JAMES R.: Co. K
SNIDER, PETER L.: Pvt./Sgt., Co. K
SNODGRASS, JOHN EDMONDSON: Capt., Co. F
SNODGRASS, WILLIAM J.: Pvt./Sgt./2nd Lt., Co. F
SNODGRASS, WILLIAM J.: Co. F
SORAH, JAMES O.: Co. B
SORAH, JOHN F.: Co. B
SOULTIEN, J. W.: Co. H
SOUTH, GIDEON: Co. C
SOWER, CHARLES: Co. A
SPARKS, EPHRAIM: Co. F
SPARKS, FRANCIS MARION: Co. F
SPARKS, JAMES: Co. A
SPEER, JOSEPH N. W.: Co. F
SPENCE, JAMES: Co. I(2)
SPENCER, NOAH: Co. G/I(2)
SPENCER, TROY H.: 2nd Lt., Co. C
SPENCER, WILLIAM: Corp., Co. C
SPRADLIN, JAMES A.: Co. D
SPRAKER, NOAH: Co. H
SPRIGGS, CARY: Co. F
SPROLES, JAMES H.: Co. I(1)/B
STAMPER, FRANKLIN A.: Co. C
STANFIELD, WILLIAM B.: Co. I(1)
STANFIELD, WILLIAM R.: Co. F
STANLEY, ELIJAH: Co. G/I(2)
STANLEY, THOMAS: Co. G/I(2)
STATSER, FRANCIS: Co. B
STATSER, MARTIN: Co. B
STATZER, JAMES: Co. E
STEFFEY, JOHN FRANKLIN: 4th Corp., Co. H
STIDHAM, WILLIAM R.: Co. C
STOFFLE, ISAAC E. D.: Co. B
STONE, GRANVILLE A.: Co. H
STOUT, ALFRED: Co. E
SULT, HARVEY: Co. H
SULT, RUFUS: Co. H
SUMMERS, ZACK L.: Co. I(1)/E
SUMNER, DAVID C.: Co. G
SUMNER, ISAIAH: Corp., Co. D
SUMPTER, GEORGE: Co. K
SUMPTER, WILLIAM: Co. A
SURBER, WILLIAM: Co. A
SURFACE, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. D
SURRAT, JAMES ALFRED: Co. G/I(2)
SUTHAND, R. D.: Co. G
SUTHERLAND, DILLON: Co. G/I(2)
SUTHERLAND, FRANCIS MARION: Co. C
SUTPHIN, WELSEY: Pvt./Sgt./Pvt., Co. G/I(2)
SWAIN, J. F.: Co. G
SWECKER, ISAAC N.: Co. H
SWINDALL, JAMES D.: Co. C
SWINNEY, ISAAC M.: Co. C
TARTAR, JAMES H.: Co. H.
TARTAR, JAMES: Co., H
TATE, AUSTIN B.: Sgt., Co. A
TATE, DAVID L.: 1st Sgt., Co. A
TAYLOR, BEN: Co. C
TAYLOR, CHARLES W.: Co. K
TAYLOR, CHARLES: Co. F
TAYLOR, ERASTUS H.: 3rd Sgt./3rd Lt., Co. D
TAYLOR, J. H.: Co. D
TAYLOR, JOHN L.: Co. A
TAYLOR, JOHN: Co. F
TAYLOR, SAMUEL: Co. D
TAYLOR, WILLIAM H.: Co. K
TERRY, JACOB A.: Co. D
TERRY, WILLIAM: Co. K
TERRY, WILLIAM: Co. A
THOMAS, ANDREW: Co. A
THOMAS, ANDY: Co. A
THOMAS, HENRY A.: Co. E
THOMAS, J. C.: Co. E
THOMAS, JACOB: Co. H
THOMAS, JAMES J.: Co. K
THOMAS, JOHN A.: Co. A
THOMAS, JOHN G.: Co. F
THOMAS, JOHN W.: Co. F
THOMAS, JOSEPH M.: Co. F
THOMAS, M. J.: Co. F
THOMAS, MOSES E.: Co. F
THOMAS, PHILANDER C.: Co. E
THOMAS, STEPHEN S.: 4th Corp., Co. C
THOMAS, THOMAS J.: Co. F
THOMAS, THOMAS JEFFERSON: Co. K
THOMPSON, JEZRAEL: Co. H
THOMPSON, JOHN H.: Co. D
THOMPSON, JOHN W.: Co. G
THOMPSON, THOMAS H.: Co. D
TINSLEY, WILLIAM A.: Co. D
TOBLER, JONAS: Co. H
TOMLENSON, ALEXANDER B.: 2nd Sgt., Co. I(1)/E
TOMLINSON, WILLIAM M.: Co. E
TRAIL, THOMAS: Co. A
TREMBLE, (TRIMBLE) GARLAND A.: Co. C
TRENT, JOHN: Co. I(1)/E
TRENT, LEWIS: Co. E
TURNER, ALEXANDER: 3rd Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
TURNER, G. B. N.: Co. H
TURNER, HARDEN T.: Co. A
TURNER, JAMES: Co. D
TURNER, NELSON: Corp., Co. D
TUTOR, ABNER V.: Co. C
UELL, JAMES A.: Co. E
UMBERGER, JOHN P.: Co. H
UMBERGER, JOHN: Co. H
UTT, JAMES H.: Co. G/I(2)
UTT, THOMAS HENRY: Co. G
VANCE, EMMET B.: Pvt./Ensign, Co. I(1)/E/F&S
VANCE, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. A
VANCE, JAMES H.: Co. A
VANCE, JOHN: Co. A
VANDERPOOL, CORNELIUS: Pvt./Sgt./2nd Lt./1st Lt., Co. I(1)/F
VANDERPOOL, PLEASANT: Co. F
VANHOOK, LAFAYETTE: Co. B
VANHOOK, WILLIAM: Co. B
VANHOON, ANTHONY: Co. A
VAUGHN, ELIAS: Co. I(1)/B/E
VAUGHN, FIELDEN J.: Co. G
VAUGHN, JOHN: Co. G
VAUGHN, THOMAS J.: Co. D
VENABLE, WILLIAM: Co. F
VIARS, AMOS L.: Co. I(2)
VIARS, WILLIAM S.: Co. D
WAGONER, ALLEN: Co. G
WALK, AMOS: Co. G/I(2)
WALK, JESSE F.: Co. H
WALLACE, WILLIAM PRESTON: 2nd Lt./1st Lt., Co. E
WALLACE, WILLIAM: Co. G
WALTERS, JAMES: Co., H.
WALTERS, JOHN B.: Co. H
WALTON, MITCHELL: Co. C/G
WAMPLER, GEORGE: Co. H
WARD, ROBERT: Co. G/I(2)
WARDON, WILLIAM: Co. D
WARNER, JAMES: Co. C
WASHAM, WILLIAM F.: Co. F
WASSUM, JACOB C.: Co. K
WASSUM, JOSEPH HOUSTON: 3rd Lt./2nd Lt., Co. H
WAUGH, JOHN BLAIR: 1st Lt./Capt., Co. C
WEAVER, ALBERT JOSIAH: Co. H
WEAVER, ANDREW: Co. C
WEAVER, JACOB H.: Co. D
WEAVER, JASON: Co. C
WEAVER, WADE HAMPTON: Sgt., Co. C
WEAVER, WILLIAM: Co. C
WEBB, ANDERSON: Co. I(2)
WEBB, ANDREW C.: Co. G/I(2)
WEBB, CHARLES W.: Co. G
WEBB, GENERAL HENRY: Co. G/I(2)
WEBB, GREENVILLE: Sgt., Co. I(2)
WEBB, ISAAC: 1st Lt., Co. G/I(2).
WEBB, JOHN J.: Co. G/I(2)
WEBB, JOHN R.: Pvt./Corp./2nd Sgt., Co. G/I(2).
WEBB, JOHN: Co. G
WEBB, WILLIAM RICHARD: Co. G
WEBB, WIN R.: Co. G/I(2)
WEEKS, EDMOND F.: Co. E
WEEKS, EDWARD: Co. A
WEEKS, PETER: Co. A
WELLS, CHARLES: Co. D
WHITAKER, DAVID A.: Co. B
WHITAKER, DAVID: Co. I(1)
WHITE, ROBERT: Co. F
WHITELY, AUGUSTA D.: Co. A
WHITELY, WILLIAM D.: Co. A
WHITLEY, WILLIAM J.: Co. K
WHITMAN, BIRD: Co. I(1)/B
WHITWORTH, JAMES M.: Co. D
WIDENER, F. P.: Co. E
WIDENER, JOHN W.: Co. F
WIDENER, NOAH B.: Co. F
WIDENER, VOL B.: Co. B
WIDENER, WILLIAM E.: Co. E
WIDENER, WILLIAM M.: Co. F
WIDNER, ENEAS: Co. F
WIDNER, FRANCIS MARION: Co. E
WIDNER, J. E.: Co. F
WIDNER, JAMES H.: Co. I(1)/A
WIDNER, JOHN: Co. I(1)
WIDNER, L. M.: Co. ?
WIDNER, LAFAYETTE P. (M.): Co. F
WIDNER, PHILIP J.: Co. F
WIDNER, RUSSEL B.: Co. E
WIDNER, SAMUEL E.: Co. F
WILLEY, ANDREW: Co. C
WILLIAMS, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. K
WILLIAMS, CHARLES A.: Co. H
WILLIAMS, HUGH: Co. C
WILLIAMS, JAMES: Co. G
WILLIAMS, JOHN W. (M?): 2nd Lt., Co. K
WILLIAMS, NATHANIEL H.: Co. K
WILLIS, FRANCIS: Co. F
WILSON, BERRY: Co. G.
WILSON, ELWOOD: Co. G
WILSON, ERASTUS: Co. D
WILSON, HARVEY P.: 2nd Lt., Co. D
WILSON, HOUSTON P.: Co. G
WILSON, JOSEPH J. M.: Sgt., Co. D
WIMMER, BURRELL: Co. D
WISE, CALVIN J. B.: Co. F
WISELY, ALBERT: 2nd Lt., Co. A
WISELY, ISAAC N.: Corp., Co. H
WISELY, J. L.: Co. A, PWR.
WISELY, J. R.: 1st Lt., Co. H
WISELY, JOEL: Co. H
WIX, EDMOND F.: Co. E
WIX, EDWARD: Co. A
WIX, PETER S.: Co. A
WOHLFORD, ROBERT L.: 2nd Lt., Co. I(1)
WOLF, ALFRED H.: Co. K
WOLF, ELIJAH: Co. K
WOLF, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. K
WOLF, HENRY C.: Co. K
WOLF, ISRAEL CLAY: 5th Sgt., Co. K
WOLF, JAMES D.: Co. K
WOLF, THOMAS E.: Co. K
WOLFE, J. CLAY: 1st Sgt., Co. K
WOLFE, J. FRANCIS: Co. K
WOLFE, MICHAEL: Co. K
WOOD, THOMAS: Co. E
WOODS, JOHN G.: Co. D
WOOLWINE, JACOB: Co. I(2)
WORLEY, B. R.: 1st Sgt., Co. I(1)
WORLEY, FRANCIS: Co. E
WORLEY, WILLIAM R.: Co. B
WORRELL, CARTER: Co. G/I(2)
WORRELL, ISHAM: Co. I(2)
WORRELL, LEWIS: Co. G/I(2)
WORRELL, LORENZO DOW: Co. I(2)
WORRELL, RAMSEY: Co. I(2)
WRIGHT, FLETCHER: Co. C
WRIGHT, GEORGE: Co. C
WRIGHT, HUGH O'NEAL: Sgt., Co. K
WRIGHT, JAMES: Co. A
WRIGHT, JAMES: Co. E
WYATT, ANDREW K.: Co. K
WYATT, E. C.: Co. I(1)/E
WYATT, STEPHEN: Co. C
WYRICK, WILLIAM A.: Co. H
WYSONG, JOHN E.: Co. G
YARBER, WILLIAM: Co. C
YATUS, ANDREW: Co. A
YOUNCE, PETER: Co. C
YOUNCE, STEPHEN: Co. C
YOUNG, FRANKLIN: Co. C
YOUNG, JOHN TYLER: Co. C
YOUNG, JOSEPH: 1st Lt., Co. C
YOUNG, SILAS: Co. E
YOUNG, TIMOTHY F.: Co. C
YOUNG, WILLIAM P.: 4th Sgt., Co. C
YOUNG, WILLIAM: Co. C

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