Historical Roster of F Company

 


ORIGINAL F COMPANY, 21ST VIRGINIA REGIMENT INFANTRY ROSTER


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Roll of "F" Company

Published in Fredericksburg Newspaper

May 1861

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( image courtesy of Bob Baird )

 

Captains

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Cary, Richard Milton, born 1835; Lawyer in Richmond; Captain of prewar militia F Company. Enlisted April 21, 1861 as Captain; resigned on May 15, 1861; promoted colonel of 30th Virginia Regiment of Infantry June 15, 1861 and was ordered in 1862 to Belona Arsenal to supervise the making of cannon for the army and navy. In 1865 he was ordered to Goldsboro, North Carolina, and surrendered with Johnston's army. After the war, he emmigrated to England where he was a tobacco and cotton merchant. He died March 15, 1886 in Woodfield, Budock, and is buried Falmouth, Cornwall. John Collier, of the CSA-E (an organiztion whose goal is to find, document and honour the gravesite of every Confederate serviceman buried in Britain.), sent these pictures of Colonel Cary’s burial site.

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Richard Hoope Cunningham, Jr., enlisted April 21,1861 as second lieutenant; age 27; first lieutenant May 1,1861; captain May 16 [15],1861; elected lieutenant colonel of the 21st Virginia Regt. April [21],1862; killed (while mounting his horse, his foot in the stirrup, ... he was struck by a bullet, and fell back dead, his horse receiving his death wound at the same time) at Cedar Run,Virginia, August 9,1862. [Occupation: Merchant][Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (images courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)]   

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William Henry Morgan, from the Virginia Military Institute; enlisted June [15],1861 as adjutant of the 21st Virginia Regiment; elected captain of F Company April [21],1862; killed (shot through the body by a piece of shell) at Cedar Run,Virginia, August 9, 1862. *Pvt. Perry, Jr

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William Anthony Pegram, [born on August 29, 1842 in Sussex County, Virginia]; enlisted April 21,1861 as a private; age 18; [promoted to Full Sergeant 1862]; promoted captain in 1861[May 20,1863]; killed at Williamsport, Maryland, July 6,1863; buried him the next day in the cemetery at Williamsport. [Occupation: Clerk; Eye Color: blue; Hair Color: dark][Buried in Surry County, Virginia (images courtesy of Anne Parks]  

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Reuben J. Jordan, enlisted April 21,1861 as a private; age 20; promoted second lieutenant [May 20,]1863; [in arrest on November 15,1863] and captain in [May 15,]1864; Jordan was severely wounded at Cold Harbor, June 3,1864; [wounded on June 07,1864 at Bunker Hill,Virginia]; Major General Gordon stated "that Capt. Jordan, by his bravery and coolness, had with only seven men stopped the advance of the enemy." at Hatcher's Run February 5,1865; [wounded in right side] at Fort Steadman March 25,1865; [returned on April 02,1865; paroled on  May 09,1865 at Dover Mines, Virginia][Occupation: Student; Height: 5'7 "; Eye Color: brown; Hair Color: black; Complexion: dark] *Captain Ramsey

Other Ranks

Anderson, Archer, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 23, promoted captain and A. A. G. Gen. Trimbles' staff 1861; major on Gen. Holmes' staff February, 1862; lieutenant colonel on Gen. D. H. Hills' staff July, 1863; and in 1865 as A. A. Gen., Gen. J. E. Johnston's army. Surrendered with that army. [Birth Date: 15 October 1838 Death Date: 04 January 1918]   *Pvt Talbert

Anderson, Junius H., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 26; promoted acting master C. S. Navy in 1862. [Detailed on 15 February 1862 (Detailed by Sec. of Navy as Actg Master); promoted to Full Corporal on 06 July 1863; absent, without leave on December 9, 1864; deserted on February 26, 1865 (Deserted to the enemy); on February 28, 1865 (Estimated day, transported to Baltimore,)]  *1st Sergeant Stafford

Anderson, Joseph H., enlisted [ 11 April ]1863; promoted corporal 1863 [1864]; wounded at Cold Harbor June 3, 1864.

Anderson, Henry V., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 21; killed at Cedar Run Aug. 9, 1862.*1st Corporal Gammon

Archer, William Segar , Jr., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 17; [ reenlisted in Company F, 21st Infantry Regiment Virginia on 15 February 1862]; [full Ordinance Sergeant on 22 April 1862]; promoted first sergeant April, 1863; [promoted to Full Lieutenant on 24 December 1863; discharged for promotion Company F, 21st Infantry Regiment Virginia on 24 December 1863; commission in Company S, 48th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 24 December 1863]; promoted to first lieutenant company K, 48th Va. Regt. of Inft. 1863; wounded near Cold Harbor [03] June, 1864; captured in the Valley of Va., 1864, [ POW on 19 September 1864 at Winchester, VA] and carried to Fort Delaware [24 September 1864], where he remained until the close of the war.[ Height: 6' " ]

Ayers, Edward S., enlisted April 21, 1861; transferred in 1861.

Barber, Nathaniel, enlisted 1863. [Born 1821; enlisted February 4, 1863; Franklin
County; Captured at Winchester, September 19, 1864, and sent to point Lookout; exchanged, February 24, 1865. ]
[Absent, without leave (30 days pay deducted for AWOL); sick on 15 October 1863 (Sick with scurvy); confined on 24 September 1864 at Point Lookout, MD; paroled on 24 February 1865 (And exchanged); paroled on 08 June 1865 at Franklin Court House, VA] *Pvt. Pate

Barker, William C., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 28; transferred to Second company of Howitzers April 10, 1862 ; promoted lieutenant in Letcher's battery, 1862. At Appomattox C. H., but made his escape and was not included in the surrender.

Bates, Edwards, enlisted 1863; died from effects of campaign March 10, 1864. [Enlisted as a Private in Pittsylvania Co. on 2/4/1863. Admitted to Chimborozo hospital with a fever on 9/17/1863. Returned to duty on 11/28/1863. Died of diarrhea on 3/10/1864. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery - Row 55, Grave 1 (image courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)]

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Bates, W., enlisted [01 March] 1863; wounded at Hatcher's Run Feb. 5-7 [05], 1865. [ occupation: Farmer; received a disability discharge on 24 December 1864. Height: 5'2 " Eye Color: blue Hair Color: light Complexion: light ]

Baughman, Charles Christian, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 19; transferred to Otey battery November [15] 1861. At Appomattox C. H., but made his escape, joined Gen. J. E. Johnston's Army and thence to Gen. Kirby Smith's army.

Baughman, George C. Jr., enlisted April 21, 1861; resigned June 27, 1861; promoted first lieutenant, Caskie battery in 1861.[ Detailed on 07 June 1864 at Summit, MS (Detailed to report to Quartermaster) Height: 5'9 " Eye Color: blue Hair Color: light Complexion: fair ] 

Baughman, Greer H., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 21; transferred to Caskie battery as sergeant [15] July, 1861; wounded at Cold Harbor June 3, 1864. At Appomattox C. H., but made his escape, joined Gen. J. E. Johnston's Army and thence to Gen. Kirby Smith's army.

Beers, Henry H., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; transferred to Caskie battery 1862. [birth Date: 16 November 1840 ]

Billeade, E., [enlisted as a Private; discharged on 07 November 1861]

Binford, James M., enlisted April 21, 1861; transferred to signal corps 1862.

Binford, Robert E., enlisted April 21, 1861; [absent, without leave on 15 March 1862]; promoted first lieutenant heavy artillery, 1862.

Blunt, Ira W.,  born February 5, 1832; enlisted April 21, 1861 age 29; promoted hospital steward 21st Va. Regiment., Jan. 24, 1862 [detailed on 15 February 1862]. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, April 9, 1865. Before the Civil War, Ira was an Apothecary in Richmond Ward 2, Henrico, Virginia. Married Hester A. After the war, he was an agent for Valentine's Meat Juice. (Valentine's meat juice was a international health tonic made from raw beef, created by Mann S. Valentine Jr. Mr. Valentine made a small fortune from the sales and founded The Valentine Museum of Richmond). Died January 25, 1886; Burial: Hollywood Cemetery (images courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF) *Pvt. Parks

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Bottom,B., [enlisted 08 May 1863; deserted on 15 May 1863]

Boyd, James Nalle, Joined us at Namozine Creek April 1865 [01 September 1864] age 15 years. Captured [06 April 1865] a few days after at Sailor's Creek. [Birth Date: 28 May 1850; paroled on 15 May 1865 at Wellville (Estimated day)] *Pvt. Messerley

Bowe, H. C., enlisted 1863, discharged June, 1864.

Bowman, George C., [enlisted 15 April 1861] 

Bridges, David B., Jr. enlisted April 21, 1861 age 19; transferred to Richmond Howitzers, 1862. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery - Row F, Grave 101 (image courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)] Donations for marker made by F Company.

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Bridges, Richard M., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 17; promoted captain of infantry March  [15]18, 1862; [discharged for promotion  15 March 1862; commission in Presidents Guard Regiment Virginia on 15 March 1862.]

Brock, Robert Alonzo, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 22; promoted corporal April 22, 1863; detailed by Gen. Lee June 12, 1862, for special service; promoted captain of infantry in 1862.

Brown, A. D., enlisted 1863; wounded at Hatcher's Run Feb. 5-7 [05], 1865.

Brown, A. H., enlisted 1863.

Brown, George W., enlisted [21 February] 1863; wounded (lost a leg) at Wilderness May 5, 1864; [died of wounds on 15 May 1864] .

Brown, Henry, enlisted 1863.

Brown, James Richard, enlisted 1863 [15 February 1862 age 28].   [Residence: Culpeper County, Virginia, Occupation: Farmer, Birth Date: 05 May 1833.   Surrendered  on 09 April 1865 in Appomattox Court House, VA ]

Bullington, Henry N. , enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; detailed by Secretary of War in 1861, for clerical service with Gen. A. P. Hill 3rd Corps. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Cabell, James Caskie, enlisted April 21, 1861; promoted first lieutenant company F. 60th Va. Regt. 1861.

Callis, G., enlisted [03 February] 1863. [Hospitalized on 15 August 1863 (With abscessed leg) Returned on 15 December 1864 (Estimated day) ]

Child, Jesse, enlisted [as a corporal] April 21, 1861 age 30; promoted corporal June 6, 1861; and sergeant 1861 [Full Sergeant on 22 April 1862]; [wounded on 09 August 1862 at Cedar Mountain, VA]; [detailed on 30 May 1863 (Detailed as hospital steward, 42nd Inf)]; [transferred  on 15 June 1863(Estimated day)]; first lieutenant Company A, 42d Va. Regt., 1862 [Full Lieutenant 2nd Class on 15 June 1863]; captured at Spottsylvania C. H., May 12, 1864; sent to Morris Island [ 16 May 1864] at and placed under fire of the Confederate guns of Charleston in order to keep them from firing on certain points occupied by the Yankee army, afterwards taken to prison and kept there until the close of the war. [ Occupation: Druggist ]

Chamberlayne, John Hampden, enlisted April 21, 1861; resigned May 27, 1861; promoted lieutenant Provisional Army, Va., May 1861 [detailed on 01 January 1862 (Detailed to Quartermaster Dept); enlisted in Light Artillery Regiment Virginia on 04 March 1862; returned on 22 March 1862; promoted to Full Lieutenant 2nd Class on 15 May 1862; promoted to Full Adjutant on 15 February 1863 and assigned as adjutant of artillery battalion, A. P. Hill's division]; assigned to Crenshaw battery Jan., 1862; captured near Gettysburg, Pa., July, 1863; [POW on 03 July 1863 at Gettysburg, PA]; [POW on 15 July 1864 (Estimated day)]; promoted captain July, 1864, and assigned to the command of a battery near the Crater; promoted major March, 1865, and assignment not made until just before the Appomattox retreat; commander of rear guard of artillery at Appomattox C. H., April 9, 1865. At Appomattox C. H., but made his escape and joined Gen. J. E. Johnston's Army.   

Chapman, Isaac William, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 21; discharged by the Secretary of War January 1862 [24 July 1862]. [Height: 5'8 " Eye Color: dark Hair Color: dark Complexion: dark] 

Clarke, Maxwell Troax, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 31; transferred to C. S. Navy June, 1861[15 April 1862 detailed (In naval dept, steamers Nansemond & Roan)]; commissioned master in charge of navy yard at Richmond, May, 1863; and placed in command of gunboat in James River Squadron.

Clopton, Dr. John, enlisted April 21, 1861 [age 26]; resigned June 6, 1861; promoted assistant surgeon and transferred in 1861. [Birth Date: 06 January 1835]

Cocke, Lorenzo, G., enlisted April 21 [23], 1861 age 25; died in camp at Milboro [Millboro], December 1 [15], 1861.

Coldman, J. C., enlisted 18 February 1863  

Cole, Addison C., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 30; discharged by the Secretary of War, [25] January  1862.

Coleman, N., enlisted 1863.

Couch, L. M., enlisted [09 February] 1863; wounded at Payne's Farm [Mine Run] Nov. 27, 1863; and at the Wilderness May 5, 1864; and at Cedar Creek Oct. 19, 1864. [Killed on 19 October 1864 at Cedar Creek, VA.]

Cowardin, John L., enlisted April 21, 1861; promoted first lieutenant and adjutant of--Va. Regt., in Floyd's command, 1861.

Craig, John A., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 21; [promoted to Full Orderly Sergeant on 15 February 1862 (Estimated day); detailed on 15 November 1862 (Detailed as clerk to division surgeon); promoted to Full Hospital Steward on 15 February 1864 (Estimated day)];  appointed hospital steward, Feb., 1864 2nd Corps. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865

Crenshaw, James Richard, enlisted April 21, 1861; promoted lieutenant colonel 26th Va. Regt. of Inft., 1862.

Cumbia, W. S., enlisted 1863.

Cumbie, William E., transferred from 24th Va. battalion of infantry 1863 [2nd Battn Regiment Virginia on 04 September 1863]; [Wounded on 05 May 1864 at Wilderness, VA; Died of wounds  on 26 May 1864 .]killed at Wilderness, May 5, 1864 [Residence: Mecklenburg, Virginia]

Danforth, Henry Delaplaine, enlisted April 21[June 21], 1861 age 20;[ wounded on  March 23, 1862 at Kernstown, VA]; promoted lieutenant of ordnance April [ May 19,Batty B, 12th Battn Light Artillery Regiment Virginia], 1862; and captain and Assistant Adjutant General on Gen. Hunton's staff. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.[ Died: 19 August 1878 ]

Dill,  Adolph, Jr., enlisted April 21, 1861 [30 June 1862] age 20; detailed by order of the Secretary of War [clerk to Peter Tinley], 1863. [Paroled on 21 April 1865 at Richmond, VA]

Dillard, Richard  Henry, enlisted [06 March] 1863 [age 28]; wounded at the Wilderness, May 5, 1864.[Wounded on 19 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA; POW on 19 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA; confined on 24 May 1864 at Point Lookout, MD; confined on 29 May 1864 at Elmira, NY (Lost all teeth while in prison); transferred on 14 March 1865 (Arrived for exchange;  Born: 22 May 1834. Died:11 March 1909 in Franklin Co, VA] 

Divers, W. H., enlisted [09 February] 1863; wounded [in leg] at Newtown [at White House Road] Aug. 11, 1864; and died two days afterwards [13 August] 1863.

Doggett, Francis W., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 27; transferred to Dabney's battery in [15 July ]1861; promoted captain of artillery.  [Occupation: Tobacconist; Height: 5'4 "; Eye Color: Grey; Hair Color: sandy; Complexion: light]

Dowden, John, [enlisted 05 March 1863]

Dowdy, Nathaniel A., enlisted [26 January]1863 [age 18]; promoted corporal 1864; wounded at the Wilderness, May 5, 1864[Shot twice in right arm]; and at Winchester Sept. 19, 1864; captured at Fort Steadman March 25, 1865, and was kept in prison [confined on 29 March 1865 at Point Lookout, MD; paroled on 12 June 1865] until the close of the war.   [Born: 30 March 1844   Height: 5'5 " Eye Color: Grey Hair Color: dark Complexion: light]

Edds, Hawkins, [enlisted 24 February 1863; sick (Sick with heart disease, no date given); Occupation: Farmer] 

Edmonds, William B., enlisted [01 May ] 1863; [wounded and ] captured at Spottsylvania C. H., May 19, 1864, and kept in prison until close of war.

Ellerson, John (Jock) Hanckel, enlisted April 21, 1861; resigned June 27, 1861; transferred to C. S. Navy, June, 1861.[Born: 27 July 1835 Died: 28 May 1891; confined at Fort Delaware, DE (For 7 months)]

Ellett, Robert, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 18; [detailed (Asst Comm of Supply in cattle dept)]; [transferred in Letcher Batty Regiment Virginia on 15 September 1861];promoted lieutenant in Letcher's battery Sept. 23, 1861; killed in front of Petersburg, April 2 [03], 1865. Detailed (Asst Comm of Supply in cattle dept)

Ellett, Thomas, enlisted April 21, 1861 [as a Corporal] age 28; [stuck in mud on 29 September 1861]; sergeant June 6, 1861 [07 March 1862]; [transferred in Crensh's Light Artillery Regiment Virginia on 15 June 1863]; promoted lieutenant Crenshaw Battery May, 1862;[wounded on 03 July 1863 at Gettysburg, PA (Wounded in shoulder)] and [promoted to Full Captain on 15 November 1863 (Estimated day)]captain 1864. [Returned on 01 November 1864 (Disabled by illness)]. At Appomattox C. H., but made his escape and was not included in the surrender. [Paroled on 15 June 1865 at Richmond, VA]

English, James C., enlisted [15 April]1863; wounded at Winchester Sept. 19, 1864; captured [on 25 March 1865 at Fort Stedman, VA; confined on 29 March 1865 at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC] and sent [on 04 April 1865] to Elmira, N. Y., where he died [Released on 11 July 1865. Residence: New Market, Virginia; Height: 5'6 "; Eye Color: hazel; Hair Color: dark; Complexion: fair] *Pvt Gammon

Etting, Samuel M., enlisted April 21, 1861;  resigned June 27, 1861; transferred to Caskie battery 1861; promoted sergeant 1861.

Exall, Charles H., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; promoted sergeant in Letcher's battery, May [15], 1862.[Occupation: Clerk, Ginter & Alve  Detailed at Richmond, VA, Gnl Winder's Office (Desired appointment as clerk in Treasury Dept)]  

Exall, William, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 22; killed at Bath [Morgan County, WV] Jan. 3, 1862.[Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (images courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)]    *Pvt Ward Donations for new marker made by F Company.

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Field, William G., enlisted April 21, 1861; transferred to cavalry in 1861; killed at Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862.

Floyd, George C. [C. J.], enlisted [19 February]1863. [promoted to Full Private on 30 August 1863 (had been reduced to ranks); absent, without leave on 15 June 1864]

Fontaine, Richard Morris, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 19; [sick (With typhoid fever, parents came to help)]; discharged by the Secretary of War, July, 1861;[received a disability discharge  on 26 November 1861] .

Fox, Henry, C., enlisted [18 June 1863]; wounded at Monocacy, Md.,July 9, 1864;[POW on 15 July 1864 at Loudoun County, Va.; wounded on 15 July 1864 at Loudoun County, Va.,; confined on 19 July 1864 at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC; confined on 24 July 1864 at Elmira, NY; exchanged on 29 October 1864 ] ; killed at Fort Steadman March 25, 1865.

Funk, O., [enlisted 18 June 1863 ; deserted on 27 June 1863 in Edinburg, Va.]

Gentry, John W., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; [Sick (Dilation of heart w/irregular action)]; promoted corporal 1862; transferred to Assistant A. Genl's department, June, 1862 [15 June 1861] [Occupation: Bookkeeper ; Died: 14 August 1893 in R. E. Lee Camp 1, Soldiers Home, Richmond, Va ; Height: 6' "; Eye Color: black; Hair Color: black; Complexion: dark ].

Gentry, M. G., enlisted [04 February 1863]; detailed by Gen. Lee and ordered to report to Gen. Winder at Richmond, in 1864;[detailed at Winder Hospl, Richmond, VA (Guard in Chimborazo Hospl 5, unfit)].

Gibson [Gilliam], William T., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 29; [wounded on 23 March 1862 at Winchester, VA]; promoted to Full Sergeant on 22 April 1862; discharged by the Secretary of War, [04 October] December 1862.

Gilbert, B.,[enlisted 01 March 1863; received a disability discharge on 24 March 1863 Occupation: Farmer Height: 5'9 " Eye Color: hazel Hair Color: dark Complexion: dark]  

Gilliam, Robert Hobson, [enlisted April 21, 1861] age 22; [wounded at Cedar Run August 9, 1862; detailed on 15 June 1863 (Est. day, detailed as clerk in Treasury Dept); wounded on 25 August 1864 ( middle third of thigh)]

Gillian, Robert H., enlisted April 21, 1861 ; wounded at Cedar Run August 9, 1862; promoted second lieutenant 25th Va. battalion of infantry, Feb. 1864; acting adjutant of the battalion when captured at Sailor's Creek, April 6, 1865. *Pvt Harris 

Gooden, G. Harvey, [enlisted 15 February 1862]

Gouldman, E., enlisted [as a Corporal, 15 February] 1863; promoted corporal 1863, and sergeant [06 July 1863]1864; [ POW at Richmond, Va Hospital; escaped on 26 April 1865] .

Gray, Summerville [Somerville], enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; transferred to Howitzers in 1861. [Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (image courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)]

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Gray, William Granville, Jr., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 25; promoted second lieutenant December 6, 1861; elected first lieutenant April 19, 1862; [sick on 15 September 1863 (Mental derangement from neuralgia)]; resigned March 25, 1864. [Born: 24 November 1834; Died: 09 February 1866][Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (image courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)]

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Green, J. C., [enlisted 15 March 1862 ]

Green, John W., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 23; transferred to artillery 1861; assigned to ordnance department; entered cavalry service in 1863; killed near Liberty Mills Sept. 22, 1863; [POW (Confined, Elmira, NY, dates unknown); Oath Allegiance on 23 June 1865.Residence: Keysville, Virginia; Height: 5'9 "; Eye Color: dark; Hair Color: dark; Complexion: dark]

Green, Thomas, [enlisted 15 March 1862 in 1st, Rockbridge Light Artillery; transferred on 12 April 1862 Company I, 4th Virginia Infantry Regiment; deserted on 12 April 1862; enlisted in Company F, 21st Virginia Infantry Regiment on 03 May 1862; killed  on 08 May 1862 in McDowell, VA]  

Green, Thomas Richie, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 24; transferred and promoted lieutenant of artillery, [15 June] 1861.

Griffin, Jesse, enlisted [05 March] 1863; captured at Spottsylvania C. H., May 19, 1864; [confined on 24 May 1864 at Point Lookout, MD; confined on 29 May 1864 at Elmira, NY; exchanged on 11 October 1864; hospitalized on 15 November 1864 at Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, GA; transferred on 18 November 1864 at Petersburg, Va] .

Harrison, Thomas R., enlisted April 21, 1861;  resigned May 27, 1861; transferred to Second Richmond Howitzers; promoted lieutenant and A. D. C. on Gen. Garnett's staff, 1862; wounded and captured at Gettysburg, Pa., and kept in prison until close of the war.

Harvie, William O., enlisted April 21, 1861; transferred to quartermaster's department 1861; promoted Major A. Q. M. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Hawkins, L. A., enlisted [05 February] 1863; discharged by the Secretary of War, April 9, 1864. [Height: 5'10 "; Eye Color: grey; Hair Color: dark; Complexion: dark] .

Haynes, George Anthony, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; [promoted to Full Corporal on 02 April 1861; promoted to Full Sergeant on 15 June 1862 (Estimated day)]; promoted ordnance sergeant 21st Va. Regt. Oct., 1862. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, April 9, 1865. [Died: 27 June 1904 in Richmond, VA]  

Henry, Dr. Patrick, enlisted May 16, 1861 age 24; promoted assistant surgeon in the army, 1861; [discharged for promotion on 15 February 1862 in Richmond, VA; promoted to Full Assistant Surgeon on 15 December 1862 (Estimated day); commission in Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 15 December 1862].

Hobson, Deane, enlisted April 21, 1861; resigned May 20, 1861; transferred to Richmond Howitzers artillery 1861.

Holley, J. E., [enlisted 08 February 1863; died on 26 April 1863 in Camp Lee, Va.] 

Houston, George W., enlisted [15 February] 1863; wounded [ in left leg] at Winchester Sept. 19, 1864.[POW on 25 September 1864 at Harrisonburg, Va; confined on 29 September 1864 at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC; confined on 04 October 1864 at Baltimore, MD, West Bldg Hospl; confined on 09 October 1864 at Fort McHenry, MD; confined on 14 October 1864 at Elmira, NY; confined on 19 October 1864 at Point Lookout, MD; exchanged on 17 March 1865; paroled on 29 April 1865 at Ashland, Va. Occupation: Farmer ]  

Hudgins [Hutchins], Malcolm L., enlisted May 16 [18], 1861 age 17; [promoted to Full Sergeant on 22 April 1862; promoted junior second lieutenant [15 May]1863; and first lieutenant April, 1864; wounded and captured at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864, and [confined on 24 October 1864 at Point Lookout, MD; confined on 29 October 1864 at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC; confined on 04 November 1864 at Fort Delaware, DE] kept in prison until March 30, 1864, when he was exchanged.[ Height: 6'1 "; Eye Color: blue; Hair Color: blonde ]. *Pvt Parzych

Hull, Irving, enlisted May, 1861; transferred 1861.

Jenkins (Jinkins), William Samuel, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 27; [sick on 15 February 1862 at Richmond, Va (Estimated day); returned on 15 June 1862 (Estimated day)] .

Johnson, James Waverly, [enlisted 01 January, 1863; POW on 05 May, 1864 at Wilderness, Va.; confined on 09 May, 1864 at Elmira, NY; Died: 23 December, 1875 in Petersburg, Va.].

Johnson, William, [enlisted 19 June 1863; deserted on 19 June 1863 in Camp Lee, Va.]  

Johnston [Johnson], J. W.,  [11 January] 1863; [promoted to Full Corporal]; captured at Wilderness May 5, 1864; kept in prison until close of war; [confined on 09 May 1864 at Point Lookout, MD; confined on 14 May 1864 at Elmira, NY; Oath of Allegiance on 23 June 1865] .

Jones, David B., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 25; promoted quartermaster sergeant of 21st Va. Regt., [15 June,]1862, and acting Q. M. of the regiment, 1864; promoted to Full Sergeant Major on 15 September, 1864 (Estimated day); promoted to Full Actg Adjutant on 15 March, 1865 (Estimated day)]

Jones, Philip Bickerton, Jr., enlisted April 21, 1861;[discharged for promotion on 24 October 1861]; promoted captain and A. Q. M., Oct. 26, 1861. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Kayton, Patrick W., enlisted [16 June,]1863; captured on skirmish line at Spottsylvania C. H. May 12, 1864; kept in prison until close of war;[ confined on 16 May, 1864 at Fort Delaware, DE; Oath of Allegiance on 20 June, 1865; Height: 5'7 "; Eye Color: grey; Hair Color: dark; Complexion: sallow] .

Kellogg, Timothy [Thomas] H., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 30; promoted second lieutenant company H. 21st Va. Regt. April 22, 1862; [detailed on 15 June 1861 (Est. day as regt commissary); ;detailed on 15 February 1862 (Est. day as Asst Commissary of supply); promoted to Full Captain on 15 March 1862 (Estimated day)];promoted Major and A. C. S. Nov., 1862.

Kidd, J. A., enlisted[ 09 April,]  1863; wounded[ in arm] at Payne's Farm[ Mine Run, Va.] Nov. 27, 1863; killed at Fort Steadman March 25, 1865.

King, Shirley, enlisted [as a Corporal] April 21, 1861 age 19; detailed by Secretary of War, 1861; [absent, sick (With heart disease most of war); detailed on 15 June, 1863 at Richmond, VA (Estimated day, detailed in QM Dept); POW on 06 April, 1865 at Farmville, VA; confined on 09 April, 1865 at Point Lookout, MD; Oath Allegiance on 14 June, 1865; Height: 5'9 "; Eye Color: blue; Hair Color: auburn; Complexion: light ]. *Pvt. Perry, Sr

Lancaster, Samuel G , [discharged 10 September, 1861]. 

Legg, Ambrose C., enlisted 1863; wounded at the Wilderness, May 5, 1864; died from its effects June 26, 1864. [ Under 18 when enlisted as a Private in Orange County on 11/10/1863. Wounded in Spotsylvania, 5/19/1864. Died of gangrene 6/26/1864. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery - Row U, Grave 505 (image courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)]

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Lindsay, Roswell S., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 21; promoted corporal April [22], 1862; killed at Cedar Run, Aug. 9, 1862.*Pvt Hughes

Lorentz, A., enlisted April 21, 1861; transferred 1861.

Macmurdo, Richard Channing, enlisted May 18, 1861 age 26; [sick on 08 September, 1861 at Huntersville, VA; transferred to Light Artillery on 29 March, 1862]; promoted captain and A. C. S. March 30, 1862.

Maddox, R. G., enlisted May, 1861; transferred 1861.

Marion R., [ Enlisted as a Private in Richmond on 2/17/1863. Died 4/14/1863.  Buried in Hollywood Cemetery - Row T, Grave 414 (image courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)]

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Mason, J. M., enlisted [10 February,]1863, captured at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864;[confined on 24 October, 1864 at Point Lookout, MD; paroled on 17 January, 1865 (And exchanged)]; kept in prison until close of war.

Maury, Richard Launcelot, [enlisted 28 April 1861 Died: 17 October 1907  Wounded at Seven Pines, VA (And at Drewry's Bluff)  ; discharged for promotion on 15 June 1861; promoted to Full Lieutenant 2nd Class on 15 June 1861 (Estimated day);  commission in State Troops Regiment Virginia on 15 June 1861; discharged for promotion on 06 September 1861; promoted to  Major on 06 September 1861 ;commission in 24th Virginia Infantry Regiment on 06 September 1861. Surrendered on 09 April 1865 in Appomattox Court House, VA]

Mayo, Edward, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 30; promoted junior second lieutenant May 1, 1861; first lieutenant June 6, 1861; and resigned [15]December, 1861.  

Mayo, Joseph E., enlisted May 10, 1861 age 21; transferred to signal corps [24 April] 1863.

McEvoy, Charles A., enlisted April 21, 1861; resigned June 27, 1861, by order of Gov. Letcher.

Meade, Everard Benjamin, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 22; [discharged for promotion 02 November 1861]; promoted [02 November 1861 Commission in 1st Engineers Regiment] lieutenant regiment of engineer troops; and Aide-de-Camp to Brig.-Gen. James H. Lane [Died: 18 April 1896].

Mebane, James A., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 19; promoted hospital steward [at Rock Alum Springs]  in 1861;[resigned on 06 August 1864] .

Meredith, John French, enlisted April 21, 1861;  resigned June 6, 1861; transferred 1861.

Merryman [Merriman], J. T., enlisted [02 March,]1863; captured on skirmish line at Spottsylvania C. H., May 12, 1864;[ confined on 16 May, 1864 at Fort Delaware, DE; exchanged on 30 October, 1864; POW on 19 March, 1865 at Fort Monroe, VA; guardhouse confined on 24 March, 1865 at Camp Hamilton; confined on 29 March, 1865 at Point Lookout, MD; Oath of Allegiance on 15 May 1865 at Point Lookout, MD (Released)].

Miller, Henry T., enlisted [as a Sergeant]  April 21, 1861 age 26; first sergeant May 1, 1861; promoted junior second lieutenant June 6, 1861; [resigned for promotion on 15 December 1861] and adjutant of 26th Va. Regt. Nov. 1861[15 December 1861]; and captain 25th Va. Battalion of Inft., Mar. 16 [15], 1864. [Surrendered on 09 April 1865 in Appomattox Court House, VA ]

Mitchell, Samuel Demilt, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 19; promoted lieutenant Aide-de-Camp to Gen. C. S. Winder May 9, 1862; killed at Gaines Mill, June 27, 1862.

Mittledorfer, Charles, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 22; transferred 1861.[Occupation: Merchant; Height: 6'6 "; Eye Color: hazel; Hair Color: black; Complexion: fair] 

Morris, Walter H. P., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 21; transferred to Marye battery 1861; promoted lieutenant and Aide-de-Camp[Detailed as aide to General Walker] Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Mountcastle, John R., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; [discharged on 27 May 1862; enlisted in Light Artillery Cavalry Regiment on 15 June 1862]; promoted lieutenant of cavalry June, 1862. [Died: 09 March, 1913]

Munt, Henry Fredrick, enlisted [age 18; 14 February,]1863; promoted corporal [15 May 1863 (Estimated day)1863]; captured at Wilderness, May 5, 1864, and [confined on 09 May 1864 at Point Lookout, MD; confined on 14 May 1864 at Elmira, NY; Oath of Allegiance on 23 June 1865 at Elmira, NY (Released);] kept in prison until close of war. [Born: 15 May 1844 Died: 02 September 1924 in Petersburg, VA; Height: 5'11 "; Eye Color: blue; Hair Color: light; Complexion: florid].

Nance, James L., enlisted [08 February] 1863; [disability] discharged by the Secretary of War in [28 November]1864. [Occupation: Farmer]

Nash, T. C., [enlisted 15 February 1863; deserted on 15 June 1863].   

Norwood, William, [J.] Jr., enlisted April 21, 1861; [discharged on 11 September 1861]; promoted lieutenant and Aide-de-Camp, Sept. 11, 1861, and captain and A. A. Gen. 1862. Wounded at Cedar Run, Aug. 9, 1862. [Died: 06 February 1914 at Retreat for Sick Hospital, Richmond, VA] 

Nunnally, Joseph L. [N.], enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; wounded [in head] at Kernstown, March 23, 1862; killed at Cedar Run, Aug. 9, 1862.

Oliver, John W., [enlisted 21 April 1861; sick on 15 February 1862 (Estimated day, sick at home)] 

Pace, George R., enlisted [as a Corporal] April 21, 1861 age 25; promoted corporal June, 1861, discharged by the Secretary of War, June, 1862. [Occupation: Teacher; Height: 5'9 "; Eye Color: blue; Complexion: light]

Pace, Theodore A., enlisted May 6, 1861 age 16; discharged by the Secretary of War, June, 1862.[detailed at Mt Crawford, VA (detailed as line builder and repairer); Residence: Middlesex County, Virginia; Height: 6' "; Eye Color: blue; Hair Color: black; Complexion: dark]  

Page, Mann, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 26; promoted sergeant major of 21st Va. Regt. in 1861[on 15 February 1862]; first lieutenant and adjutant 1862; captain and A. A. Gen. in [15 March] 1862 [Captain & Adjutant, estimated day; wounded on 09 August 1862 at Cedar Mountain, Va];  Major on Gen. Early's staff, 1864.

Pardigon, C. F., enlisted April 21, 1861; promoted lieutenant in Provisional Army C. S., and Captain on Gen. Kershaw's staff.

Payne, James B., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 24; promoted junior second lieutenant December 28, 1861; wounded at Bath,[Morgan Co, VA (Wounded in skirmish, shot through neck)] Jan. 3, 1862. [Relieved on 21 April 1862] 

Peaster, Henry, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 25; wounded [in abdomen] at Payne's Farm Nov. 27, 1863; transferred to Maryland line [03 May,] 1864.[Full Quartermaster Sergeant] 

Pegram, William R. Johnson, enlisted April 21, 1861; promoted lieutenant Purcell battery May, 1861;[transferred to Purcell Light Artillery on 15 May 1861; promoted to Full Captain on 15 April 1862 (Estimated day); promoted to Full Major on 02 March 1863; promoted to Full Lieutenant Colonel on 27 February 1864; promoted to Full Colonel on 18 February 1865;] promoted captain, lieutenant, colonel and colonel of artillery; killed at Five Forks, April 1, 1865.[Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (images courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)] 

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George W. Peterkin, Bishop of West Virginia

Peterkin, George William, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; [Detailed (Nursed Morris Fontaine when ill with typhoid)]; promoted sergeant 1861; and elected junior lieutenant April 19, 1862; [transfered to Pendleton's Regiment on June 15, 1862]; promoted first lieutenant and Aide-de-camp on Gen. W. N. Pendleton's staff, June [15], 1862. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Apr. 9, 1865.  [On May 30, 1878, he was consecrated bishop of West Virginia][Born: March 21, 1841 in Clear Springs, Maryland; Died: September 22, 1916 in Parkersburg, West Virginia ][Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (images courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)] *1st Lieutenant Turley

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Phillips, H. A., [enlisted 15 December 1862; deserted 09 February 1863 in Camp Lee, Va.]      

Picot, Henry V. [D.], enlisted April 21, 1861 age 24; wounded at Kernstown, March 23, 1862; and died from its effects.

Piet, William A., enlisted April 21, 1861; transferred to Third (Second) company Howitzers, June, 1862. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865. [Killed March 23, 1862 in Kernstown ]

Pieve, John J., [enlisted May 10, 1861; detailed on February 15, 1862 (Detailed clerk to Actg Adjutant Gnl); promoted to Full Sergeant]

Pilcher, Samuel F., enlisted April 21, 1861; when F Company went to Fredericksburg he was made a sergeant, and left in Richmond to recruit a second company. Ill health soon compelled him to discontinue, his health gradually declined and he died in 1863.

Pizzini, John A., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 27; first sergeant June 6 [ September 12], 1861; [absent, without leave on March 15, 1862];   promoted lieutenant of infantry in 1862; wounded on Romney expedition winter 1861-2. Promoted to Full Sergeant on September 12, 1861. 

Pollard, William G., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 24; promoted sergeant April 19, 1862; killed at Cedar Run, Aug. 9, 1862.

Powell, John Goodwin, enlisted May 10, 1861 age 26; [sick on September 8, 1861 at Huntersville, VA]; killed at Cedar Run, Aug. 9, 1862. *2nd Corporal Powell

Powell, John W., enlisted April 21, 1861; transferred 1861.

Price, Channing R. [Richard Channing], enlisted May, 1861; promoted lieutenant, captain and major on Gen. J. E. B. Stuart's staff; killed at Chancellorsville, May, 1863.[Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (images courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)] 

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Put, William E., [enlisted 21 April 1861;  promoted to Full Corporal on 21 April 1862; transferred on May 2, 1862]. 

Randolph, J. Tucker, enlisted [as a corporal] April 21, 1861 age 18; promoted corporal June 5, 1861; sergeant [15 November (Estimated day)] 1861; wounded [in stomach and foot] at Kernstown, March 23, 1862; promoted lieutenant on Gen. John Pegram's staff, June [15(Est. day)], 1862; killed at Bethesda Church, May 30, 1864.(image courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF) Donations for marker made by F Company.

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Randolph, Mereweather Lewis, enlisted April 21, 1861; promoted corporal May, 1861; resigned June 4, 1861;Appointed lieutenant in First Va. battalion of infantry Provisional Army of Virginia 1861; and captain in signal corps, 1862.

Rawlings, Edward G., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 36; second sergeant June 6, 1861; elected second lieutenant [21] April 1862; killed at Second Manassas, Aug. 30, 1862.[ Height: 6' "] 

Redd, Clarence M., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 21; wounded [shot through both wrists] at Cedar Run, Aug. 9, 1862; transferred to Hanover artillery in [15 October] 1862. [ Height: 6'2 "; Eye Color: hazel; Hair Color: brown; Complexion: fair]

 

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Captain David Judson Burr Reeve ( from CV Vol. 17)

Reeve, David Judson Burr, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 23; promoted first lieutenant and adjutant of cavalry in 1862.department [Born June 12, 1838 in Richmond, Virginia. Died January 25, 1909 in Henderson, Kentucky][Brother of John James Reeve]

 

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Major John James Reeve ( from CV Vol. 16)

Reeve, John James, enlisted May 10, 1861 age 20; promoted captain and A. A. General on Gen. Loring's staff April 7, 1862 [(Capt & Asst Adjutant Gnl, staff of C. L. Stevenson)]; major and A. A. G. on Gen. Stevenson's staff, 1862. Promoted Adjutant-General, while serving with Gen. J. E. Johnston's army. [Exchanged at Vicksburg, MS; surrendered at Greensboro, NC][Born 1841 in Richmond, Virginia. Died July 10, 1908 in Henderson, Kentucky][Brother of David Judson Burr Reeve]

Rennie, George Hutcheson [Hutchie], enlisted May 18, 1861 age 20; [wounded on 23 March 1862 at Kernstown, VA ( in neck); detailed on 15 November 1862 (Est. day, det as brgd comm sergt)]; killed at Fort Steadman, March 25, 1865.[Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (images courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)] *Pvt. Price Donations for marker made by F Company.

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Richeson, P. S., enlisted [10 February] 1863; wounded at Spottsylvania C. H. May 12, 1864.[Absent, wounded on 15 May 1864; paroled on 25 April 1865 at Ashland, Virginia;  Residence: Ruther Glen, Virginia].

Richeson [Richardson] , William R., enlisted [10 February,]1863; [hospitalized on 15 May 1863 at Camp Lee, VA (Sick)] and served with his company to Appomattox. Complimented on the battlefield at Hatcher's Run, Feb. 5-7, 1865, by General Gordon. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Rison, John W., enlisted April 21, 1861; transferred to Laboratory department 1861.

Robertson, William Smith, enlisted May 18, 1861 age 18; [detailed (Det. clerk to Capt Turner & QM Dept)]; promoted sergeant 1864; captured at Waynesboro. Mar. 2, 1865, sent to Fort Delaware [on 06 March 1865], and kept there until close of the war [released on 31 May 1865]. [Residence: Henrico County, Virginia; Died: March 19,1918; Height: 5'9 "; Eye Color: grey; Hair Color: auburn; Complexion: fair][Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (images courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)]  *2nd Sergeant Firth

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Robinson [Robertson], Christopher A., enlisted April 21, 1861; detailed in engineer corps, 1862.

Robinson, Edward T., enlisted April 21, 1861; transferred 1861 to medical department.

Robinson, Richard F., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 22; [absent, without leave on 15 February 1862]; discharged by the Secretary of War, April, 1862[15 June 1862].  

Rutledge, William, enlisted 1863 [25 February 1861]; [detailed on 15 February 1864 (Est. day, detailed in Div. Pioneer Corps); on rolls on 15 November 1864]; served with his company to Appomattox. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Searles, Samuel, enlisted [28 February] 1863; sent to hospital Aug. 16, 1864; [absent, sick on 15 September 1864; returned on 15 December 1864 (Estimated day); paroled on 15 April 1865 at Lynchburg, Va.] 

Seay, M., enlisted [20 February]1863; [absent, sick on 01 May 1864 (Sick with chronic rheumatism)]; sent to hospital May 2, 1864; [returned on 15 December 1864 (Estimated day)]. 

Seay, W. C., enlisted [26 September]1863; wounded at Spottsylvania C. H., [12]May in, 1864, and died from its effects May 14, 1864. 1863.

Simpson, F. J., enlisted [17 February]1863; captured at Spottsylvania C. H., May 19, 1864; [POW on 12 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA; confined on 16 May 1864 at Fort Delaware, DE; Oath of Allegiance on 21 June 1865 at Fort Delaware, DE (Released);  Residence: Dinwiddie County, Virginia;  Height: 5'6 "; Eye Color: blue; Hair Color: dark; Complexion: light]. *Pvt Schirmer

Singleton, Andrew Jackson, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 22; discharged by the Secretary of War February [26], 1862.

Sizer, Milton D., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 19; discharged by the Secretary of War Feb.,1862 [30 October 1861; attended lectures at Chimborazo Hospl, Richmond, VA (Medical lectures); Residence: King William Co, Virginia; Occupation: Student; Height: 5'8 "; Eye Color: black; Hair Color: black; Complexion: dark] 

Skinker, Charles Robert, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 21; wounded [in breast] at Kernstown March 23, 1862; transferred to second company of Howitzers in [15 June] 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, 1862; promoted first lieutenant Company K, 48th Va. Regt. of infantry 1863; captain 1863; wounded at Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863; captured at Spottsylvania C. H. May 12, 1864; sent to Fort Delaware [confined on 16 May 1864 at Fort Delaware, DE (Bribed surgeon & feigned mental illness)] and rejoined his command in about seven months [exchanged on 15 September 1864 (Estimated day)]; wounded [amputated left foot] at Hatcher's Run Feb. 12 [07], 1865 and permanently disabled. [Died: 17 December 1903 in Richmond, VA ]

Smith, Edwin (Edward) H., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 22; transferred to Howitzers in [June 15,]1861.

Smith, Henry, enlisted 1863; wounded at Wilderness May 5, 1864.

Smith, Horace, [enlisted 06 August 1864; wounded and captured on 19 October 1864 at Cedar Creek, VA; Occupation: Shoemaker; Height: 5'8 "; Eye Color: blue; Hair Color: light; Complexion: fair] 

Smith, Joseph T., enlisted [14 February]1863; served with his company to Appomattox; [on rolls on 15 May 1863; on rolls on 15 December 1864; hospitalized on 29 January 1865 (No further record)] . Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Smith, R. S., [enlisted 10 February 1863; received a disability discharge on 26 February 1863; Occupation: Farmer; Height: 5'3 "; Eye Color: grey; Hair Color: dark; Complexion: dark] 

Smith, Thomas, enlisted [14 February]1863; captured at the Wilderness May 5, 1864; [POW on 23 September 1863 at Raccoon Ford, VA; confined on 27 September 1863 at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC; confined on 01 October 1863 at Point Lookout, MD; paroled on 24 February 1865 (And transferred to place unknown)] kept in prison until close of war.   

Soles, Peter D., enlisted [25 February]1863. [ On rolls on 15 September 1863; absent, without leave on 15 November 1863; returned on 15 February 1864 (Estimated day); absent, sick on 14 October 1864; returned on 15 December 1864 (Estimated day); paroled on 12 May 1865 (Listed as paroled POW] 

Sublett, Peter A., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 29; transferred to Third (Second) company of Richmond Howitzers [15] August,1862. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Tabb, Robert M., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 30;[ wounded on 23 March 1862 at Kernstown, VA (Sprained ankle); detailed on 15 November 1862 (Detailed, clerk to General Taliaferro); returned on 15 January 1863 (Estimated day); promoted to Full Corporal on 30 April 1863]; promoted sergeant [15 May (Estimated day)]1863; sergeant-major 21st Va. Regt. Sept., 1864; killed at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864. *Pvt Daschos  

Talley, Daniel D., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; promoted paymaster C. S. Navy, 1862.[ Deserted Company F, 21st Infantry Regiment Virginia on 15 February 1864]

Tatum, Augustus Randolph, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; [Received a disability discharge Company F, 21st Infantry Regiment Virginia on 16 November 1861;] detailed and assigned to duty with Gen. J. H. Winder, Feb., 1862. [In charge at Manassas, VA (In charge of forage dept)].

Tatum, Vivian (Vivion) H., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 23; detailed in commissary department in Richmond 1862; [returned on 15 November 1864 (Estimated day); paroled on 21 April 1865 (Listed as paroled POW)] .

Taylor, Charles E., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 18; wounded at Kernstown, March 23, 1862; [detailed on 15 April 1862 at Richmond, VA (After wounded, distributed Bibles & trac)]; transferred to signal corps [10th Virginia Cavalry Regiment] , [02 September] 1862; [detailed on 15 October 1862 at Treasury Dept, Paymaster Dept, QM Dept (Estimated day)]  *Pvt. Pearson

Taylor, Clarence E., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 17; [wounded on 23 March 1862 at Kernstown, Va.]; wounded [in hip] at Cedar Run Aug. 9, 1862; detailed to Quartermaster's department in Richmond, [15 September (Estimated day)] 1862; [transferred to Howitzers on 15 October 1862]. 

Taylor, Edward B., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 29; wounded [in back] at Kernstown, Mar. 23, 1862; transferred to ordnance department 1862; [transferred on 15 April 1863 (Estimated day, to Ordnance Dept, disabled)]; promoted quartermaster-sergeant with Maj. Turner, 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865. [Occupation: Mercantile Business]

Taylor, Robert T., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 24; [detailed on 15 September 1861 (Detailed, Commissary, estimated day)]; promoted Major and A. Q. M., April 15, 1862. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Tiney, W. [N.] C., enlisted [16 February]1863; promoted corporal May [15 (Estimated day)], 1863; killed at Williamsport, Md., July 6, 1863.

Tompkins, Edward G., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 25; wounded [left side and arm] at Cedar Run, Aug. 9, 1862; permanently disabled; [discharged Company F, 21st Infantry Regiment Virginia on 01 December 1862; paroled on 25 April 1865 at Burkeville, VA; Occupation: Clerk; Height: 5'10 "; Eye Color: hazel; Hair Color: light; Complexion: fair]. 

Trainum, Charles, enlisted 1863; discharged by the Secretary of War, April 11, 1864.

Tyler, James Evans, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; promoted sergeant Letcher battery March [15], 1862; wounded at Harper's Ferry 1862; wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863; promoted second lieutenant, July [15 June 1863 (Estimated day)] , 1864; and commanded battery at close of war. At Appomattox C. H., but made his escape and was not included in the surrender.

Tyler, John, enlisted [as a Sergeant] April 21, 1861 age 25; sergeant June 6, 1861; [discharged for promotion  on  March 3,1862]; promoted first  [2nd] lieutenant Letcher Battery Feb. 1862 [08 March 1863]; [promoted to Full Lieutenant 1st Class on 31 March 1865; transferred Davidson's Light Artillery Regiment Virginia on 31 March 1865;] transferred to staff duty with Gen. J. L. Kemper. [Occupation: Salesman  Died: 04 January 1924; Height: 5'11 "; Eye Color: hazel; Hair Color: dark; Complexion: dark] 

Tyler, Robert Emmet, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 24; promoted corporal April, 1862; transferred to ordnance department, 1862.[Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (image courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)]

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Tyree, (W.)  Henry C., enlisted [09 February]1863; promoted corporal 1864 [06 July 1863]; wounded [in thigh and captured] at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864; [confined on 24 October 1864 at Point Lookout, Maryland; exchanged on 29 October 1864; on rolls on 15 December 1864]. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Van Buren, Benjamin B., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 24; discharged by the Secretary of War, [15 February] 1862.

Waldrop, Richard Woolfolk, enlisted April 21, 1861; promoted commissary sergeant 21st Va. Regt., 1863. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865. *Pvt. Baird

Walker, Thomas B., [enlisted 15 May 1861; received a disability discharge on 01 August 1861 ] enlisted [04 February]1863; promoted sergeant [15 (Estimated day)] May, 1863; killed at Williamsport, Maryland, July 6, 1863. *Pvt. Alexander

Wallace, R. H., enlisted 1863; transferred to 24th Va. battalion of Infantry, 1863.

Watkins, Aurelius Salle, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 21; [detailed at Treasury Dept & QM Dept (Detailed as clerk, date unknown); received a disability discharge  on 15 September 1862]; promoted second lieutenant company C, 3d battalion Va. Infantry May 17, 1864; first lieutenant, and captain, March, 1865.[ Paroled on 03 May 1865 at Charlotte, NC].

Watkins, Henry Harrison, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; promoted sergeant-major 21st Va. Regt. 1862; wounded [through body] at Cedar Run, Aug. 9, 1862; and permanently disabled. [Detailed on 02 January 1863 (Clerk to Major R. P. Walker);   Occupation: Clerk; Height: 5'7 "; Eye Color: grey; Hair Color: dark; Complexion: florid]. 

Wellford, Philip Alexander, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 27; second lieutenant May 1, 1861; first lieutenant December 1861; [relieved at reorganization Company F, 21st Infantry Regiment Virginia on 21 April 1862; promoted to Full Captain on 21 April 1862 (Captain & Asst Commissary of subsistence)]l promoted major and commissary of subsistence in 1863. [ Born: 24 August 1834 Died: 11 December 1909].

White, Robert C., enlisted April 21, 1861 age 20; transferred to Crenshaw battery, Aug. 13, 1862; [detailed (Det., brgd commissary & clerk to Turner)]. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Wilkins, J. M., enlisted [12 February] 1863.[Sick (Sick or AWOL through most of record; paroled on 15 April 1865 at Lynchburg, VA (Estimated day); Residence: King And Queen County) ].

Willis, Joseph N., enlisted April, 1861 age 21; [wounded (on railroad) on 22 July 1862; detailed on 15 June 1863 at Camp Lee, VA (Est. day, detailed as hospl steward)];promoted hospital steward, Nov., 1863; [detailed on 15 February 1864 (Estimated day, detailed as clerk)].

Witt, William, [enlisted 09 February 1863; deserted on 15 April 1864]

Wood, S. E., enlisted [09 February]1863; [wounded in head and captured on 19 September 1864; exchanged on 31 October 1864; Occupation: Cooper; Height: 5'10 "; Eye Color: dark; Hair Color: dark; Complexion: dark] . *Pvt Catlett

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Worsham, John Henry, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 21; promoted second sergeant [15(Estimated day)] April, 1863; first sergeant December 1863; adjutant of 21st Va. Regt., Sept. 12, 1864; wounded [in left leg] at Winchester Sept. 19, 1864; permanently disabled. [Born: 08 July 1839 Died: 19 September 1920; Height: 6' "; Eye Color: hazel; Hair Color: light; Complexion: light][Buried in Hollywood Cemetery (image courtesy of Bill Ward of SSRF)] 

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Worsham, Thomas R., enlisted April 21, 1861; [transfered to Letcher Light Artillery on 21 March 1862]; promoted sergeant Letcher battery, second lieutenant in 1862; wounded at Spottsylvania C. H. May, 1864.

Wren, Joseph (T.) Porter, enlisted April 21, 1861 age 30; wounded [in arm] at Cedar Run, Aug. 9, 1862;[promoted to Full Corporal on 15 April 1863 (Estimated day)]; promoted third sergeant April, 1863; [promoted to Full Sergeant on 15 July 1863 (Estimated day)]; wounded [severely] at Payne's Farm [Mine Run, Virginia] Nov. 27, 1863; second sergeant December, 1863; killed at Monocacy, Md., July 9, 1864. [Occupation: Clerk; Height: 6'1 "; Eye Color: blue; Hair Color: dark; Complexion: dark]. 

Wright, Philip A., enlisted April 21, 1861; transferred 1861.

Young, Charles, [enlisted 09 February 1863]

Young. James, [enlisted 06 February 1863; deserted 09 February 1863 in Camp Lee, VA].

Zimmer, Louis, enlisted April 21, 1861; promoted captain in ordnance department, 1861. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

Dr. Frank B. Cunningham, enlisted April 21, 1861; as surgeon of the company; promoted assistant-surgeon in the army in 1861, and surgeon of Division 1862.

Dr. Peter Lyons, enlisted April 21, 1861; as assistant surgeon of the company; promoted assistant surgeon in the army in 1861, and surgeon, 1862. Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., Apr. 9, 1865.

As listed in "ONE OF JACKSON'S FOOT CAVALRY HIS EXPERIENCE AND WHAT HE SAW DURING THE WAR 1861-1865 " by John H. Worsham

[ ] indicates additional information or research that was not part of  Worsham's list.

* persona of original F Company member portrayed by current member at certain events.