4th Infantry Regiment

Surnames C-E

CADDALL, JAMES B.: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); 20; farmer; elected 1st Sgt., Apr. 17,1862; promoted to 1st Lt., in Oct., 1863; surrendered at Appomattox, Apr. 9, 1865.

CADDALL, JOHN H.: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); 23; teacher; discharged from service, Apr. 17, 1862.

CADDALL, SAMUEL S.: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); 25; constable; promoted to Cpl., Sept. 20, 1861, and to Sgt. the following spring; captured, Mar. 23, 1862, at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5,1862; listed as AWOL until Oct. 31,1862; shot in right foot, Dec. 13,1862, at Fredericksburg; promoted to Lt. and assigned to Gen. J.A. Walker's staff in the spring of 1863.

CADDALL, THOMAS W.: Co. C (Mar. 10, 1862); sick in various hospitals, Aug., 1862-May, 1863; died May 21, 1863, at White Sulphur Springs Hospital in Montgomery county.

CALDWELL, JAMES E.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 29; mason; wounded at First Manassas, July 21,1861; discharged from ser­vice, Apr. 23, 1862; 5'8", blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

CALLAHAM, EDWARD C: Co. F (Mar. 20,1862); detailed to Richmond hospital, Feb. 3,1863; died of pneumonia, Apr. 8, 1863, at Camp Winder Hospital No. 2, Richmond.

CALLAHAM, HUGH: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 21; farmer; given 90-day sick leave, July 1,1862; dropped from rolls after being listed as AWOL during Oct.-Dec, 1862.

CALLAHAM, WILLIAM: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); hospitalized for "depression," Oct. 5,1861, until discharged from service at Richmond, Nov. 11, 1861.

CALLOWAY, WILLIAM T.: Co. C (Jan 8, 1864); from Monroe County, W. Va.; captured, May 5,1864, at the Wilderness; exchanged at Elmira Prison, N.Y., Jan. 21, 1865; 5'9", blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion.

CALVERT, ROBERT H.: Co. E (Aug. 31, 1861); killed at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863.

CAMDEN, JESSE M.: Co. H (Mar. 10,1862); on duty with provost in Lexington, Dec. 30,1862-Feb. 28,1863; dropped from the rolls as a deserter, Apr. 20, 1864.

CAMDEN, OSCAR: Co. H (Mar. 10,1862); 23; farmer; discharged from service, Dec. 4,1862, because of "insipient disease of the lungs;" 5'4", gray eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

CAMDEN, WILLIAM: Co. H (Mar. 10, 1862); wounded, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; returned to duty, Aug. 22, 1863; wounded and captured, Sept. 19, 1864, at Winchester; paroled from Point Lookout Prison, Md., Mar. 15,1865.

CAMDEN, WILLIAM, JR.: Co. H (Mar. 10, 1862); died of fever, May 27, 1862, in Staunton.

CAMERON, DANIEL G.: Co. D (Feb. 7,1863); deserted, Mar. 23,1863.

CAMPBELL, CYRUS B.: Co. E (muster date unknown); paroled, May 10, 1865, at Charleston, W. Va.; listed then as 46 years of age, 5 '9", with blue eyes, dark complexion, dark hair and whiskers.

CAMPBELL, JOSEPH SMITH: Co. D (Jan. 18, 1864); 20; promoted to 2nd Lt. prior to Apr. 6, 1865, capture at Sayler's Creek; paroled at Johnson's Island Prison, O., June 18,1865;  5'10", gray eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

CAMPBELL, THOMAS J.: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 22; mechanic; Apr. 17,1862: discharged at expiration of term of service.

CAMPBELL, THOMAS PRESTON: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); born in Washington County in 1842; farmer; captured at Strasburg and later exchanged; Apr. 28, 1863: apptd. Cpl.; promoted to Sgt., May 8, 1863, and to 2nd Lt., Dec. 11, 1863; wounded, May 5, 1864, at the Wilderness; promoted to 1st Lt., Dec. 30,1864; applied for disability retirement from service and was later discharged; died in 1912. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond.

CANNOY, BARNEY B.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); born Apr. 26,1836; farmer; detailed as a teamster, Mar.-Dec, 1863; elected 2nd Lt., Dec. 31, 1863; captured at Spotsylvania, May 12, 1864, and sent to Fort Pulaski, Ga.; paroled from Fort Delaware Prison, Del., June 16, 1865; 5'10", blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; died Oct. 20,1901. Buried near Elk Creek.

CANNOY, PETER P.: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 21; farmer; captured at Kernstown, Mar. 23, 1862; exchanged, Aug. 5, 1862; AWOL thereafter until dropped from the rolls as a deserter.

CARDEN, OLIVER HAZARD PERRY: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); born in 1814; carpenter; July 29,1861 discharged from service for disability; died in 1878.

CARDER, CHARLES B.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 20; farmer; wounded at First Manassas, July 21,1861; on duty through Apr., 1862.

CARDER, WILLIAM B.: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); 23; cabinet-maker: apptd. 3rd Sgt., Apr. 18,1862, and promoted to 2nd Lt., Apr. 17,1863; captured at Gettysburg, July 3,1863; paroled at Fort Delaware Prison, Del., June 12,1865; 5'8", dark eyes, dark hair, ruddy complexion.

CARICO, MILES H.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); died of disease in Staunton, July 15, 1862.

CARICO, STEPHEN O.: Co. F (Mar. 20,1862); shot in left side at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13,1862; shot in head at Payne's Farm, Nov. 27, 1863; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; exchanged, Oct. 31, 1864.

CARPER, WILLIAM J.: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); 21; carpenter; July 21,1861: shot in knee at First Manassas; discharged from service on surgeon's certificate, Apr. 17, 1862.

CARR, JAMES: Co. E (Jan. 14, 1863); deserted, Apr. 1, 1863.

CARR, JOSEPH: Co. E (muster date unknown); paroled, May 11,1865.

CARR, R.N.: Co. I (Apr. 12, 1862); on detached duty in Staunton as of Apr. 15, 1862.

CARR, THOMAS D.: Co. F (Feb. 26,1864); captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until Mar. 2, 1865, exchange; died Mar. 18,1865, of pneumonia at Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond.

CARRINGTON, ROBERT GAMBLE: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); discharged from service, Feb. 18, 1863, because of chronic diarrhea; 5' 11 1/2", blue eyes, light hair, florid complexion; living in Soldiers' Home, Richmond, in 1892.

CARROLL, W.E.: company and muster date unknown; paroled in Washington, D.C., Apr. 26, 1865.

CARSON, WILLIAM A.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); hospitalized with pneumonia in May, 1862; hospitalized again, Mar. July, 1863, and Aug., 1863-Mar., 1864; ordered on Apr. 14, 1864, to report to Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, for light guard duty.

CARTER, JOHN: company and muster date unknown; paroled, May 1,1865, in Richmond.

CARVER, FLEMING R.: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); 25; laborer; July 21, 1861: wounded at First Manassas; listed as AWOL, Nov., 1861-Apr., 1862; dropped from the rolls thereafter as a deserter.

CASE, DANIEL: Co. B (Feb. 15, 1864); under arrest for desertion, Apr. 8, 1864.

CASH, JAMES CLARK: Co. I (Apr. 12,1862); born Dec. 11,1830: listed as a deserter, Nov. 27,1862; in actuality, however, he had joined the 10th Virginia; died Jan. 19,1914. Buried in Rockbridge County.

CASH, ROBERT: Co. I (Oct. 31,1864); captured, Apr. 3,1865, in a Richmond hospital; June 5,1865: paroled at Newport News; 5' 10", blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

CASSELL, MARION BROWNE: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); born June 25,1844; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y., June 21,1865; 5 8", blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion; died Aug. 31,1921, in Wytheville.

CASSELL, MICHAEL: Co. C (muster date unknown); Nov. 17,1864: deserted to the enemy; took oath of allegiance at Bermuda Hundred, Va., and sent to Cincinnati, O.

CASSIDAY, THOMAS: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 24; laborer; captured, July 24,1862, at Winchester; later exchanged; AWOL from Sept., 1862, until dropped from the rolls as a deserter in Dec, 1862.

CASTLE, ROBERT: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 54; cabinetmaker; Oct. 5-31, 1861: on special duty at Manassas Junction; discharged from service, Nov. 25,1861, because of age.

CATRON, PETER J.: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); born in 1837 in Smyth County; farmer; Jan. 1-Mar. 1,1863: AWOL; wounded at Gettysburg, July 3,1863; listed as a deserter through Oct., 1863; wounded, May 5, 1864, at the Wilderness.

CAUSBY, WILLIAM: Co. L (July 16, 1861); killed at Kernstown, Mar. 23,1862.

CECIL, JAMES F.: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); 18; clerk; shot in thigh, July 21,1861, at First Manassas; Apr. 17,1862: promoted to 2nd Lt.; resigned from service, Sept. 29,1863, because of disability from wounds received May 3 at Chancellorsville; Aug. 15, 1864: apptd. provost marshal at Wytheville.

CECIL, MICHAEL: Co. C (Mar. 14,1862); wounded, Aug. 30,1862, at Second Manassas; Feb. 28,1863-Apr. 11,1864: listed as a deserter; all pay stopped by order, of regimental court-martial.

CECIL, THOMAS M.: Co. C (Mar. 19, 1862); born Nov. 22,1842; on duty through June 10,1864, when listed as in Chim­borazo Hospital, Richmond, suffering from neuralgia; died July 22, 1911. Buried in Childress community of Mont­gomery County.

CECIL, WATSON: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); 19; painter; hospitalized at Winchester in Nov., 1861; died there, Jan. 1,1862, of pneumonia.

CHAPIN, GEORGE W.: Co. I (Feb. 21,1863); killed Nov. 27, 1863, at Payne's Farm.

CHAPMAN, CREED C: Co. G (Feb. 16,1864); born Oct. 2,1823; wounded, May 5,1864, at the Wilderness; died July 13, 1906. Buried in Wytheville.

CHARLTON, JAMES PEARY: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); born Jan. 20, 1841; farmer; Sgt. at muster; elected 2nd Lt., July 14, 1862; wounded and captured, Aug. 9,1862, at Cedar Mountain; exchanged; Sept. 21,1862, but did not return to duty until May 20,1863; promoted to 1st Lt., July 3,1863; resigned from service, Sept. 29,1863, for medical reasons; died Dec. 20, 1900. Buried near Christiansburg.

CHARLTON, PEMBROKE SIMPKINS: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); born in 1839; farmer; Jan.-Feb., 1862: in arrest; Oct. 4, 1862: discharged from service on surgeon's certificate.

CHARLTON, WADDY CURRIN: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); born Sept. 14,1839; farmer; detailed as a teamster, Sept. 16,1862; returned to regiment, Aug. 13,1863; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until June 30, 1865, parole; 5'10", blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; died Apr. 9,1920. Buried near Christiansburg.

CHATWELL, JACOB J.: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 22; mechanic; apptd. 4th Sgt., June 22,1861, and 1st Sgt., Jan. 10,1862; died in Winchester of wounds received Sept. 17, 1862, at Sharpsburg, Md.

CHATWELL, THOMAS: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 17; mechanic; July 17,1861: detailed as orderly to Gen. Jackson; Sept. 20, 1862: assigned to duty in hospital; apptd. Cpl., Oct. 1, 1862; received gunshot wound in left foot, Dec. 13,1862, at Fredericksburg; reduced to ranks, Oct. 31,1863; detailed to conscript duty, Apr. 4,1864; captured at Hatcher's Run, Feb. 6, 1865, and sent to Fort Delaware Prison, Del.; paroled there, June 17, 1865; 6'5", gray eyes, dark hair, light complexion. He was the tallest soldier in the 4th Virginia.

CHENAULT, WILLIAM: Co. A (Feb. 12,1863); wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3,1863; reported thereafter as AWOL un­til Feb. 26,1864, when dropped from the rolls; Dec. 29,1864: signed oath of allegiance in East Tennessee; 5 '6", dark eyes, hair and complexion.

CHESTER, JOSEPH: Co. I (Aug. 12,1861); from Mount Holly, Ark.; apptd. Cpl., Sept. 13,1863, and Sgt., July 9,1862; killed at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864.

CHILDRY, SAMUEL W.: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 26; farmer; July-Aug., 1862: sick with typhoid fever; discharged from ser­vice, Aug. 15,1862.

CHRISTIAN, WILLIAM W.: Co. E(Apr. 18,1861); 24; farmer; Aug. 23,1861: sent as escort of sick man to Staunton hospital and there became ill himself; discharged from service, May 10,1862, because of chronic rheumatism.

CHUMBLEY, GEORGE HUDSON: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); born in 1839; farmer; wounded, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y., June 14,1865; 5'8", hazel eyes, auburn hair, florid complexion; died Feb. 2, 1916. Buried in Pulaski County.

CHUMBLEY, WILLIAM ALLEN: Co. C (July 2, 1861); born Oct. 22, 1841; promoted to 3rd Sgt., Oct. 6, 1863; wounded severely in right eye, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; detailed as guard to reserve ordnance train; died Jan. 22,1917. Buried in Pulaski County.

CLARK, FUGATE: Co. C (Sept. 5, 1861); hospitalized, Oct. 7, 1861, with intermittent fever; Nov. 14, 1861: detailed as hospital steward in Charlottesville; Apr. 30, 1862: apptd. Asst. Surgeon in the 34th Virginia Cavalry Bttn.

CLARK, HUGH J.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 21; farmer; wounded at First Manassas, July 21,1861; discharged from service, Nov. 11, 1861, because of chronic rheumatism and typhoid fever.

CLARK, ROBERT GILMORE: Co. H (Mar. 6, 1862); born in 1843; died of fever, May 13, 1862, at Stanardsville. Buried at Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, Rockbridge County.

CLEAVER, JAMES R.: Co. D (Oct. 30,1864); trfd. from 51st Virginia; captured at Fort Stedman, Mar. 25,1865; confined at Point Lookout, Md., until June 26, 1865, parole; 5'5", gray eyes, brown hair, dark complexion.

CLEMMONS, JOHN J.: Co. A (Apr. 17, 1861); 25; teacher; June 25, 1862: hospitalized in Winchester, dropped from the rolls as a deserter, Apr. 17, 1862.

CLIFTON, ROBERT: Co. I (Apr. 12,1862); reported as a deserter, Nov. 27,1862; released from charge of desertion, Feb. 10, 1863, and returned to duty; Apr. 16, 1863; died of typhoid fever in a Staunton hospital.

CLYCE, G.A.E.: Co. I (Apr. 12, 1862); died at home in Lexington of typhoid fever, July 2, 1862.

COCKE, GEORGE J.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 44; farmer; June 14,1862: discharged from service by surgeon's certificate.

COCKE, THEOPHILUS J.: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); mustered out of service, Apr. 17, 1862, at end of enlistment.

COFER, JAMES C: Co. C (Mar. 14,1862); AWOL from muster until arrest in Mar., 1863; died of typhoid fever, Aug. 1,1863, in Richmond General Hospital No. 13.

COFFMAN, JOHN H.: Co. I (Mar. 7,1862); trfd. to the company from the Rockbridge Artillery; Sept. 23,1863: detailed to duty in Staunton military hospital; wounded, Oct. 19,1864, at Cedar Creek; captured, Mar. 25,1865, at Fort Stedman; paroled from Point Lookout Prison, Md., June 14, 1865; 5'9", gray eyes, grayish hair, light complexion.

COLE, WILLIAM R.: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); 23; laborer; received bullet wound in thigh at Groveton, Aug. 28,1862; present with regiment until Apr. 9, 1865, surrender at Appomattox.

COLLEY, JOSEPH F.: Co. C (Mar. 11, 1862); detailed to division ordnance train, Dec, 1862-Feb., 1863; shot in left arm, Nov. 27, 1863, at Payne's Farm; captured at the Wilderness, May 6, 1864; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until Mar. 14, 1865, exchange.

COLLIER, ANDREW J.: Co. L (Apr. 15,1862); from Harrisonburg; deserted, Oct. 30,1862, near New Market; returned to duty shortly thereafter and forfeited 9 months' pay; detailed in Jan., 1863, to pursue deserters in the Shenandoah Valley; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y., June 19,1865; 5'7", hazel eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

COLLIER, M.B.: Co. L (Apr. 15, 1862); deserted, Apr. 17, 1862, near New Market.

COLLINS, DANIEL M.: Co. L (Mar. 10, 1862); wounded in action, Sept. 5, 1862; later trfd. to 2nd Virginia.

COLLINS, GEORGE C: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 26; wheelright; captured at Liberty, June 19,1864, and sent to Atheneum Prison in Wheeling, W. Va.; took oath of allegiance, May 15, 1865; 5'10", blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

CONDAN, GEORGE: Co. D (Jan. 6, 1863); substitute for A.J. Saunders; deserted, Jan. 8, 1863.

CONNER, DAVID C: Co. C (Sept. 9,1863); died in Hugo Springs Hospital, Nov. 26,1864, of gunshot wound in left cheek.

COOK, JACOB C: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); born in 1828; harness-maker; mustered out of service, Apr. 17,1862; died in 1898.

COOK, JAMES M.: Co. C (Mar. 29,1862); born Sept. 8, 1829; listed as AWOL, Apr. 30,1862; died June 2,1909. Buried in Wytheville.

COOK, JOEL R.: Co. L (Apr. 1,1862); wounded at Malvern Hill, July 1,1862; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; died at Elmira Prison, N.Y., Mar. 30, 1865, of typhoid fever. Buried at Elmira.

COOK, JOHN T.: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 27; clerk; Sept. 28, 1861: trfd. to 51st Virginia.

COOK, JOHN W.: Co. L (July 23,1861); 34; farmer; discharged from service, Oct. 4,1862, because of chronic rheumatism; 6'2", dark eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

COOK, WILLIAM H.: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 40; lawyer; 4th Sgt. at muster; June 22,1862: resigned from the regiment; app­td. Capt. in 51st Virginia, July 19, 1861.

COOPER, BRUTUS FLEMING: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 30; physician; July 21-Aug. 31,1861: on duty at Manassas Junction hospital; Oct. 24,1861: apptd. Cpl.; reduced to ranks, Apr. 24,1862; listed as a deserter; Mar. 2,1863; died in Old Town section of Grayson County.

COOPER, JACOB: Co. B (Nov. 11, 1863); deserted, Apr. 8, 1864.

COOPER, LEANDER W.: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 24; medical student; July 21, 1861: killed at First Manassas.

COOPER, ROBERT: Co. B (Nov. 11,1863); deserted, Apr. 8,1864.

COPPER, JOHN: Co. I (Oct. 28,1864); no further record.

CORNETT, CREED W.: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 25; farmer; Oct. 24, 1861: discharged from service because of "mental derangement."

CORNETT, ELBERT W.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 19; farmer; wounded in head and captured, Mar. 23, 1862, at Kernstown; exchanged, then discharged from service, June 16, 1862, because of wounds; 5' 10 1/2", black eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

CORNETT, ELROY: Co. B (Feb. 4, 1864); deserted, Mar. 6, 1864.

CORNETT, JAMES C: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 19; farmer; Mar. 23,1862: captured at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5,1862; listed from then through Oct. 31,1862, as AWOL; Mar. 15,1863: apptd. Cpl.; promoted to Sgt., May 15,1863; died June 26, 1864, in a Lynchburg military hospital.

CORNETT, JAMES M.: Co. F (Feb. 26,1864); captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; exchanged, Oct. 29,1864, at Elmira Prison, N.Y.

CORNETT, JOHN K.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 18; farmer; wounded, July 21,1861, at First Manassas; AWOL: June, 1862-Feb., 1863; listed thereafter as a deserter.

CORNETT, KENLEY C: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); born in 1843; farmer; deserted, Apr. 23, 1862, at Swift Run Gap.

CORNETT, TROY C: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); born Dec. 25,1839; farmer; elected 2nd Lt., Apr. 24,1862; promoted to 1st Lt., Sept. 17, 1862; left shoulder fractured by bullet, Oct. 16, 1862, at Kearneysville, W. Va., resigned from service, Dec. 18, 1863; died Sept. 17, 1915. Buried at Cromer's Rock.

CORNETT, WILLIAM J.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); born Jan. 8,1841; farmer; Cpl. at muster; arm broken by bullet, July 21,1861. at First Manassas; discharged from service, Dec. 12, 1861; died in 1908. Buried near Elk Creek.

CORNETT, WILLIAM W.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); born Sept. 20,1842; farmer; apptd. 4th Sgt., Oct. 24,1861; deserted at Swift Run Gap, Apr. 23, 1862; died May 15,1915. Buried at Summerfield Methodist Church, Grayson County.

COULTHIRD, HENRY R.P.: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); wounded in head at Malvern Hill, July 1,1862; shot in head and leg, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; did not return to duty until Jan., 1864; present through at least Dec, 1864.

COVINGTON, JOSEPH: Co. A (muster date unknown); paroled, May 31, 1865.

COX, JOHN B.: Co. D (Dec. 28,1864); born in 1845; trfd. to company from 45th Virginia; Mar. 15,1865: shot in right leg near Petersburg; captured, Apr. 3, 1865, in a Richmond hospital; paroled, July 9, 1865

COX, JOHN D.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 19; carpenter; Cpl. at muster; wounded at First Manassas, July 21,1861, and at Port Republic, June 9, 1862; promoted to Sgt., Nov. 18, 1862; reduced to ranks nine days later; July 3, 1863: captured at Gettysburg and then sent to Fort Delaware Prison, Del.; escaped from there in Sept., 1863, but recaptured; exchang­ed, Oct. 30, 1864.

COX, JOHN L.: Co. D (Feb. 7,1861); 19; farmer; wounded, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; teamster in ordnance train from Aug. 31,1863, until Mar., 1865, desertion to the enemy; took oath at Charleston, W. Va., and moved north; 5'5", black eyes, dark hair, dark complexion.

COX, SAMUEL J.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 20; cooper; wounded, June 9, 1862, at Port Republic; promoted to Cpl., Jan. 1, 1863; reduced to ranks, Apr. 1,1863; shot in groin and hip, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; Dec 14,1863: died of peri­tonitis in Richmond's General Hospital No. 1. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond.

CRADDOCK, EDWARD DABNEY: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 18; carpenter; July 1, 1862: wounded at Malvern Hill; present through at least Dec, 1864.

CRAIG, ALBERT: Co. E (Mar. 24, 1862); captured at Morton's Ford, Feb. 6, 1864; paroled at Fort Delaware Prison, Del., June 19,1865;  5'11", gray eyes, light hair, pale complexion.

CRAIG, JAMES W.: Co. L (July 23, 1861); died in Montgomery County, Dec. 1, 1861.

CRAIG, JOHN: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 22; farmer; July 1, 1862: wounded at Malvern Hill; killed May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville.

CRAIG, THOMAS CLOYD: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); 18; student; Cpl. at muster; promoted to Sgt., Feb. 5, 1862; captured, Mar. 23, 1862, at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5, 1862; later served in 1st South Carolina Cavalry Bttn.

CRAIG, WILLIAM C: Co. L (July 23,1861); from Bedford County; 18; died of typhoid fever, Nov. 10,1861, in Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond.

CRAWFORD, ALEXANDER: Co. L (July 16,1861); detailed as a nurse in Winchester hospitals, Dec. 1861-Apr., 1862; killed Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton.

CREASY, LEONARD S.: Co. G (Mar. 19, 1862); dropped from the rolls as a deserter, Dec. 10, 1862.

CRIST, A.: Co. M (Apr. 12,1862); deserted the following month.

CRIST, GEORGE: Co. I (Apr. 12,1862); born in 1819; discharged from service, Aug. 1, 1862; died in 1885 in Fairfield.

CROCKER, W.W.: Co. F (muster date unknown); listed in July, 1864, on rolls of Ward's Bttn., C.S. Prisoners; charges unknown; released shortly thereafter from prison at Lynchburg.

CROCKETT, EDWARD: Co. A (May 11,1861); born Feb. 8,1842; student; Aug. 9,1862: shot in head and killed instantly at Cedar Mountain. Buried in Wytheville.

CROCKETT, HARRISON: Co. G (Apr. 11,1862); born Dec. 27,1821; died July 21,1862, at Louisa Courthouse of "disease of the brain." Buried in Shawsville.

CROCKETT, JAMES ROBERT: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); born in 1836; clerk; Sgt. at muster; discharged for disability, June 27, 1861; died in 1923. Buried in Tazewell County.

CROCKETT, JAMES THOMPSON: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); born Oct. 24,1829; detailed in Nov., 1862, to the medical depart­ment of the 27th Virginia; died May 21, 1897. Buried in Oglesby Cemetery, Wythe County.

CROCKETT, JAMES WILLIAM: Co. G (Sept. 20,1861); born May 31,1841; apptd. Cpl., Apr. 22,1862; dropped from the rolls in Dec, 1862, as a deserter; died May 30, 1914. Buried in Little River section of Floyd County.

CROCKETT, JOSEPH: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); born July 30,1833; physician; apptd. Asst. Surgeon of regiment, May 4,1861; killed at Gaines's Mill, June 27, 1862. Buried in Wytheville.

CROCKETT, JOSEPH McGAVOCK: Co. A (Sept. 1, 1861); born Nov. 7, 1841; captured, Aug. 9,1862, at Cedar Mountain; later exchanged; received gunshot wound in ankle, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; left arm amputated following Nov. 27, 1863, wound at Payne's Farm; trfd. to Invalid Corps, Aug. 22,1864; died Nov. 14,1905. Buried in Crockett's Cove near Wytheville.

CROCKETT, RANDAL McGAVOCK: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); born Apr. 14,1834; farmer; June 19,1861: discharged from ser­vice on surgeon's certificate; died July 27, 1906. Buried in Oglesby Cemetery, Wythe County.

CROCKETT, ROBERT, JR.: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); born July 6,1837; lawyer; elected 2nd Lt., Apr. 22,1862; wounded, Aug. 30,1862, at Second Manassas; detailed as enrolling officer, Sept. 1,1863; elected Capt. in 14th Virginia Cavalry; died Feb. 18, 1901. Buried in Wytheville.

CROCKETT, SAMUEL FLOYD; Co. A (Apr. 17, 1861); born June 30, 1844; student; wounded, July 21, 1861, at First Manassas; died Aug. 4, 1861, of "Vulnus Sclopeticum." Buried in Crockett's Cove near Wytheville.

CROCKETT, SAMUEL MONTGOMERY: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); born Nov. 5,1838; carpenter; Apr. 22,1862: apptd. Cpl.; cap­tured, July 2,1863, in Chambersburg, Pa., hospital; exchanged, July 30, but died at home of disease, Aug. 31,1863. Buried in Shawsville.

CROMER, ANDREW J.: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 22; farmer; Aug. 30, 1862: killed at Second Manassas.

CROWELL, ALFRED N.: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); 17; laborer; slightly wounded, July 21,1861, at First Manassas; Aug. 28, 1862: shot in arm and thigh at Groveton; detailed, Feb. 18,1863, as teamster to regimental wagon train; Oct. 6,1863: promoted to Cpl.; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y., June 27,1865;  5'8", gray eyes, light hair, florid complexion.

CROWELL, DAVID C: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); 20; laborer; Dec. 9,1862: detailed as teamster in reserve ordnance train; sur­rendered at Appomattox, Apr. 9, 1865.

CROWELL, JAMES W.: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); 30; laborer; killed at First Manassas, July 21, 1861.

CROY, WILLIAM D.: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 21; wagon-maker; deserted at Manassas in Aug., 1862.

CRUSH, GEORGE F.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 21;carpenter; captured, Mar. 23,1862, at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5,1862; apptd. Commissary Sgt., Dec. 1, 1862; promoted to 2nd Lt., Oct. 6, 1863; shot in left hand, May 5, 1864, at the Wilderness.

CRUSH, JAMES E.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 31; carpenter; Aug. 2,1861: detached on recruiting duty; Sept. 25,1861-Apr. 30, 1864: served in C.S. Ordnance Dept.; discharged from service, Dec. 10,1864, "on a writ of habeas corpus;" died in 1908. Buried in Christiansburg.

CULLOP, GEORGE W.: Co. D (July 30, 1861); born Feb. 2, 1842; wounded, Sept. 25, 1864, at New Market; died Mar. 12, 1888. Buried in Smyth County.

CULLOP, JOSHUA R.: Co. D (July 30, 1861); detailed as a teamster, Feb. 5, 1862; shot in left leg, May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville; AWOL after Nov. 15,1863.

CULTON, JAMES B.: Co. I (Apr. 12,1862); elected 3rd Lt. at enlistment; promoted to 2nd Lt., Aug. 30,1862; resigned from service, Mar. 16,1863.

CUMMINS, ANDREW H.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 22; farmer; June 3,1861: apptd. 1st Sgt.; promoted to 1st Lt., Apr. 20,1862; wounded, June 9, 1862, at Port Republic and Aug. 28,1862, at Groveton; died Aug. 29, 1862, of wounds; 5'7", blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

CUNNINGHAM, ADAM: Co. E (Mar. 13, 1862); wounded, Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton; captured at Spotsylvania, May 12, 1864; died Sept. 18, 1864, at Elmira Prison, N.Y., from effects of a vaccination. Buried at Elmira.

DARST, JOHN BENJAMIN: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); born July 17,1840; farmer; Cpl. at muster; promoted to 4th Sgt., Aug. 1, 1861; detailed as a teamster in regimental wagon train, Nov. 16,1862; trfd., Jan. 29,1864, to the 14th Virginia Cavalry; died Feb. 27, 1897.

DARST, JOHN WELCH: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); born Aug. 28,1843; farmer; Aug. 29,1862: wounded at Second Manassas; died Sept. 8 from effects of wound; 5' 10", dark eyes, hair and complexion.

DARST, WILLIAM BENJAMIN: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); born Nov. 9, 1840; farmer; Cpl. at muster; Sept. 13, 1861: died at home of typhoid fever; 5'10", blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion. Buried at "Fancy Hill," Pulaski County.

DAUGHERTY, HENRY T.: Co. L (July 16,1861); 20; teacher; detailed as a teamster from Nov., 1861, until discharged from service, Feb. 12, 1862, because of disability; 5'6", dark eyes, dark hair, light complexion.

DAVIDSON, ERASTUS G.: Co. A (Apr. 24, 1861); 34; constable; Oct. 19-Dec. 31, 1861: sick in hospitals; Apr. 17, 1862: dropped from the rolls as a deserter.

DAVIDSON, GIVENS K.: Co. I (June 2,1861); 21; promoted to Cpl. before Oct. 11,1862, transfer to the 1st Virginia Cavalry.

DAVIS, DAVID B.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 31; farmer; Dec. 13,1861: detailed as Quartermaster Sgt. for the brigade; trfd. To the 14th Virginia Cavalry, Sept. 28,1862.

DAVIS, ELRED R.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 19; salesman; Mar. 23,1862: captured at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5,1862; dropped from the rolls as a deserter, Dec. 21,1862, but reinstated, Jan. 26,1863; trfd., Mar. 9,1863, to the 8th Virginia Cavalry.

DAVIS, JAMES T.: Co. B (July 24,1861); on detached duty, Aug. 28-Oct. 31,1861; AWOL during Dec, 1862; wounded and captured, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; took oath of allegiance, Jan. 25, 1864, and joined U.S. Army.

DAVIS, JOHN C: Co. A (July 20,1861); trfd. from the 51st Virginia; captured, Sept. 23,1864, at Strasburg; exchanged, Feb. 13, 1865.

DAVIS, LEWIS E.: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 22; painter; Oct., 1861-Jan., 1862: sick in hospital; returned to duty in Feb., 1862, and present through April of that year.

DAVIS, SAMUEL H.: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); 18; farmer; 1st Lt. at muster; present through June, 1861.

DAVIS, WILLIAM ARCHER: Co. C (Mar. 14, 1862); died in Staunton hospital, June 13, 1862.

DAVIS, ZIMMERMAN O.: Co. D (Apr. 18,1861); 25; Apr. 30,1862: detailed as nurse and wardmaster in Staunton hospital; Apr. 5, 1864: trfd. to C.S. Navy.

DAWSON, ROBERT M.: Co. E (Aug. 27,1861); detailed as clerk In Winchester hospital, Dec. 26,1861; trfd., Nov. 27,1862, to Lynchburg hospital where, on Feb. 17,1863, he was assigned as a nurse; paroled, Apr. 12, 1865, at Lynchburg.

DAWSON, WILLIAM S.: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); 21; laborer; shot in leg, July 21,1861, at First Manassas; at home in Pulaski County until Apr. 17,1862, when discharged from service; apparently returned to the regiment, for he is listed in July, 1863, as a prisoner of war in a Gettysburg, Pa., hospital.

DAWSON, WILLIAM T.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 18; shoemaker; Oct. 14,1862: trfd. to 14th Virginia Cavalry.

DAY, SAMUEL M.: Co. I (Jan. 17,1863); left leg amputated after May 3,1863, wound at Chancellorsville; died of effects of wound, June 9,1863. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond.

DAY, WILLIAM E.: Co. I (Apr. 12,1862); finger amputated after being wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3,1863; wounded again, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania.

DEATON, CHARLES: Co. B (Apr. 26,1861); 26; carpenter; deserted, Apr. 22,1862; dropped from the rolls, Dec. 23,1862; later served in the 14th Virginia Cavalry.

DEATON: ELIJAH P.: Co. B (Aug. 18, 1861); died Oct. 12, 1861, in Charlottesville of "typhoid pneumonia."

DEATON, GRIFFIN: Co. B (Aug. 18,1861); deserted, Apr. 22,1862, at Swift Run Gap; dropped from the rolls, Dec. 23,1862; later served in the 14th Virginia Cavalry.

DENTON, WILLIAM: Co. H (Mar. 10, 1862); died of smallpox in Lynchburg, Oct. 2, 1862.

DIX, HENRY M.: Co. A (Apr. 17, 1861); 22; mechanic; present through at least Apr., 1864.

DIX, JOHN J.: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); 21; carpenter; Mar. 23,1862: captured at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5, 1862; died May 8, 1863, of wounds received May 3 at Chancellorsville.

DONAGUE, NICHOLAS: Co. L (Apr. 15, 1862); deserted, Apr. 17, 1862, near New Market.

DONALD, JAMES C: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); born June 30,1836; laborer; Sept. 28,1862: trfd. to 14th Virginia Cavalry; died July 20, 1899. Buried in Lexington.

DOOLEY, ALEXANDER M.: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); 25; laborer; Jan. 1, 1862: detailed as a teamster; listed as AWOL after Apr. 22, 1862; trfd., $ept. 30, 1862, to 14th Virginia Cavalry.

DOVE, RANSOM: Co. L (July 16,1861); served as hospital cook in Winchester, Dec. 26,1861-Oct. 31,1862; imprisoned, Dec. 22,1862, at Winchester but exchanged shortly thereafter; shot in arm and captured, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; Nov. 8, 1863: died of chronic dysentery at Fort Delaware Prison, Del. Buried at Finns Point National Cemetery, N.J.

DOWD, JOHN: Co. E (muster date unknown); paroled, May 15,1865; listed then as 25 years of age, 5' 6", with gray eyes, black hair and dark complexion.

DOWDY (DOWDEY), BENJAMIN: Co. L (July 16, 1861); 24; farmer; died Sept. 4,1861, in Lynchburg hospital; 5'4", dark eyes, hair and complexion.

DOWDY, JAMES: Co. L (Apr. 1,1862); 24; farmer; discharged from service, May 29,1863, because of "acute rheumatism and paralysis of extensors of forearm;" 5'8", blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

DRAPER, JOHN SAMUEL: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); born in 1829; farmer; June 6,1861: apptd. Quartermaster Sgt.; Apr. 17, 1862: discharged from service; died in 1904.

DUDDING, ALEX: Co. E (Jan. 24,1863); 41; shoemaker; assigned to company by conscription; discharged from service, Apr. 3, 1863, because of "paralysis of the extremities;" 5'3", blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

DUDLEY, CHARLES THOMAS: Co. C (Mar. 17, 1862); left sick in Chambersburg, Pa., hospital, June 26, 1863; captured there, July 5, 1863; died Sept. 15, 1863, of chronic diarrhea.

DUDLEY, GILFORD MADISON: Co. D (Apr. 18,1861); born Nov. 28,1842; blacksmith; Aug. 14,1861: apptd. Sgt.; reduced to ranks, Apr. 18, 1862; detailed, Oct. 19, 1862, as blacksmith; present through at least Feb., 1865; died in Roanoke, Oct. 15. 1923.

DUDLEY, ISAAC T.: Co. G (Apr. 11, 1862); discharged from service, July 22, 1862, on surgeon's certificate.

DUDLEY, JAMES R.: Co. B (Aug. 8, 1861); absent sick from Oct. 5, 1861, until discharged from service, Oct. 31, 1862.

DUDLEY, JESSE P.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 26; merchant; June 17, 1862: discharged from service because of debility.

DUDLEY, RANSOM S.: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); born Sept. 21,1835; engineer; July 3,1863: shot in left arm and captured at Gettysburg; arm amputated; exchanged and, on Apr. 14,1864, discharged from service; died Feb. 21,1908. Buried in Pulaski.

DUDLEY, ROBERT: Co. H (Apr. 29,1862); trfd. from Rockbridge Artillery; died Nov. 28,1862, in Danville military hospital of rheumatism and typhoid fever.

DUDLEY, WILLIAM A.: Co. G (June 20,1862); wounded, July 1,1862, at Malvern Hill; June 1,1863: detailed as a guard in Richmond hospital; later assigned as a guard on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad.

DUDLEY, WILLIAM R.: Co. C (Mar. 14, 1862); left sick and captured, Aug. 25, 1862, in an Aldie hospital; exchanged, Sept. 10, 1862; reported as AWOL until dropped from the rolls, Apr. 30, 1863, as a deserter.

DUNCAN, JAMES W.: Co. D (July 30, 1861); wounded, July 1,1862, at Malvern Hill; apptd. Cpl., Aug. 28,1863; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; exchanged, Mar. 2,1865, at Elmira Prison, N.Y.

DUNLAP, JOHN MATTHEW: Co. I (Apr. 12,1862); born in 1836; farmer; June 17-Aug. 5,1862: on detached duty "gathering up deserters in Rockbridge County," discharged from service, Aug. 14,1862; killed, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg while serving in the 1st Virginia Cavalry. Buried at New Monmouth Presbyterian Church, Rockbridge County.

DUNLAP, ROBERT KERR: Co. I (July 21,1862); born in 1834; farmer; wounded at Groveton, Aug. 28,1862; shot in left leg, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; leg amputated; discharged from service, Nov. 5,1863; 5'9", gray eyes, dark hair, fair complexion; died in 1909. Buried at New Monmouth Presbyterian Church, Rockbridge County.

DUNLAP, SAMUEL McKEE: Co. I (Mar. 7, 1862); born in 1843; trfd. from artillery; captured at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; exchanged, Feb. 18,1865, at Point Lookout Prison, Md.;died in 1926. Buried at New Monmouth Presbyterian Church, Rockbridge County.

DURHAM, THOMAS ELBERT: Co. C (July 2,1861); 22; miller; wounded, Mar. 23,1862, at Kernstown; received severe gun­shot wound at Groveton, Aug. 28,1862, which necessitated amputation of right arm; discharged from service, Aug. 22, 1863; 5 '8", blue eyes, light hair, dark complexion.

DUTTON, ADAM A.: Co. D (July 30, 1861); Oct. 5,1861-Apr. 30,1863: sick in hospitals and at home with typhoid fever; present with regiment in 1865.

DUTTON, JAMES A.: Co. D (July 30, 1861); wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863; deserted from hospital; listed Dec. 31, 1863-Apr. 30, 1864, as "present in confinement;" appeared in July, 1864, on rolls of Ward's Bttn., C.S. Prisoners.

EADS, JAMES M.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 27; merchant; detailed as brigade postmaster some time after Apr., 1862; on duty through at least Feb., 1864.

EADS, LINDSEY: Co. F (Aug. 2, 1863); captured at Spotsylvania, May 12, 1864; sent to Elmira Prison, N.Y.; "never was anything but a Union man, wishes to take the oath and go to Indiana;" paroled, May 17,1865;  5' 10", hazel eyes, black hair, dark complexion.

EADS, ROBERT H.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); from Lynchburg; 20; clerk; May 12,1864: captured at Spotsylvania; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until June 30, 1865, parole; 5'11", blue eyes, dark hair, florid complexion.

EAGLE, JOHN: Co. L {muster date unknown); May 15,1865: took oath of allegiance at Charleston, W. Va.; listed then as 19 years old, 5'8", with blue eyes, sandy hair and fair complexion.

EAKIN, REDMOND H.: Co G (Apr. 17, 1861); 20; laborer; discharged from service, Apr. 17, 1862; later served in 14th Virginia Cavalry.

EAKIN, WILLIAM P.: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 24; cabinetmaker; Cpl. from muster until Dec 1, 1861, promotion to Sgt.; elected 2nd Lt., Jan. 3, 1862; declined reelection, Apr. 22, 1862, and resigned from service; later served in 14th Virginia Cavalry.

EARHEART, DAVID: Co. L (Apr. 16, 1862); killed, May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville.

EARHEART, HENRY: Co. L (July 16, 1861); born Jan. 5, 1836; detailed, Dec. 31, 1862, as agent for hospital supplies; on such duty for remainder of war; died Sept. 17, 1892. Buried in Blacksburg.

EASTWOOD, JAMES W.: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); left sick in Gordonsville, Aug. 17, 1862; pay stopped for one month by order of court-martial, Dec. 31, 1862; detailed in Nov., 1864, as a teamster in division ordnance train.

EASTWOOD, JOHN: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); detailed as nurse in Winchester hospital, Oct. 14.1862; wounded, May 3.1863, at Chancellorsville; AWOL: Sept.-Oct., 1863; killed at Payne's Farm, Nov. 27, 1863.

ECHARD, WILLIAM K.: Co. I (Oct. 23,1864); born Aug. 11, 1824; no further record; died Sept. 27, 1906. Buried at Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, Rockbridge County.

EDENS, ELIJAH: Co. B (Feb. 23, 1864); deserted to the enemy, Mar. 6, 1864; sent to Philadelphia four days later after taking oath of allegiance.

EDMONDSON, DAVID: Co. H (Oct. 20, 1864); present through at least Jan., 1865.

EDMONDSON, DAVID T.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 40; farmer; shot in foot, July 21,1861, at First Manassas; discharged from service, July 25,1862.

EDMUNDSON, DAVID: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); born Apr. 11, 1829; farmer; apptd. Capt. at muster; arm fractured by bullet, July 21, 1861, at First Manassas; resigned from service, Apr. 21, 1862; later became Lt. Col. of the 21st Virginia Cavalry; died Sept. 24, 1893. Buried at "Fotheringay," Montgomery County.

EDMUNDSON, WILLIAM RADFORD: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); 35; farmer; apptd. Sgt. at muster; wounded at First Manassas, July 21, 1861; listed as Pvt. when discharged from service, Oct. 31, 1862. Buried at "Fotheringay," Montgomery County.

EINSTEIN, HENRY: Co. G (Sept. 20, 1864); born in 1844; hospitalized, Oct. 1, 1864; died in 1921.

ELKINS, WILLIAM H.: Co. C (Mar. 14,1862); sick in various hospitals for most of 1863; Aug. 31,1864: serving as a nurse in Second Corps hospital; captured, Sept. 19, 1864, at Winchester; paroled from Point Lookout Prison, Md., June 12, 1865; 5'5", blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion.

ELLER, JAMES P.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); died of typhoid fever, July 11, 1863, at Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond.

ELLER, WILLIAM: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); died in Charlottesville of typhoid fever, July 9, 1862.

ELLIOTT, JOHN M.: Co. H (Mar. 10, 1862); arrested, Dec. 20,1862, for being AWOL for 38 days; forfeited one month's pay; Oct. 19,1864: wounded at Cedar Creek; died Nov. 22 in a Staunton hospital of complications.

ELLIOTT, SAMUEL P.: Co. H (Mar. 6, 1862); died of fever in Staunton, May 20, 1862.

ELLIS, ALGERNON S.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); elected Cpl., Dec. 1,1861, and Sgt., Apr. 22,1862; wounded in right leg, Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton; Oct. 5, 1862: reduced to ranks by order of court-martial; deserted from Richmond hospital, Dec. 24, 1863.

ERVINE, JOHN HAMILTON: Co. I (Oct. 23, 1864); born Jan. 28, 1831; captured, Mar. 25, 1865, after receiving gunshot wounds in groin and left thigh at Fort Stedman; Apr. 10,1865: trfd. to military hospital at Camp Hamilton, Va.; releas­ed, May 3,1865, after taking oath of allegiance; died Jan. 23,1917.

EVANS, JAMES: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 23; laborer; Oct. 31,1862: received light court-martial sentence; detailed as a guard for ordnance train, June 1, 1863; shot through both cheeks at Payne's Farm, Nov. 27, 1863.

EVANS, JOHN W.: Co. E (Oct. 7, 1864); no further record.

EVANS, JONATHAN B.: Co. L (July 16,1861); 38; apptd. 2nd Lt. at muster; promoted to 1st Lt., Dec. 6,1861; on detached duty, Jan.-Feb., 1862, as a recruiting officer; elected Capt., Apr. 22,1862; killed Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm. Buried in Blacksburg.

EVERSOLE, CHARLES H.: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); promoted to Cpl. before May 12,1864, capture at Spotsylvania; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until June 19, 1865, parole; 6'0", gray eyes, dark hair, dark complexion.

EVERSOLE, GEORGE: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); killed at Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862.

EVERSOLE, ISAAC: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); born in 1832; laborer; sick in various hospitals for most of Aug., 1862-June, 1863, period; discharged by order of surgeon, June 2,1863;  5 '8", blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; died in 1925. Buried near Wytheville.

EVERSOLE, LEANDER: Co. A (May 9, 1861); 23; laborer; shot in right side and captured, Oct. 19, 1864, at Cedar Creek; paroled at Point Lookout Prison, Md., June 2, 1865.

EWING, JOHN KENT: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 23; merchant; apptd. Cpl., July 30,1861, and Sgt., Dec. 4,1861; elected 2nd Lt., Apr. 22,1862; severely wounded, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg and left within enemy lines; died of battle wounds.

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