4th Infantry Regiment

Surnames F-H

FAINTER, JAMES A.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 23; farmer; AWOL: Oct. 1-Nov. 2,1862; promoted to Cpl., Jan. 1,1863; reduced to ranks in Apr., 1863; captured, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; Jan. 25,1864: took oath of allegiance and joined U.S. Army.

FALKE, EDWARD F.: Co. D (July 30, 1861); wounded accidentally at Sharpsburg, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; did not return to duty until Dec. 13,1862; wounded, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; shot in leg and ankle, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; captured, Apr. 2,1865, at Petersburg; confined at Point Lookout, Md., until June 12,1865, parole; 5' 5 1/2".hazel eyes, brown hair, light complexion.

FANLY, ------Lieutenant--Co. D--No further record

FARIS, WILLIAM G.: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); born Mar. 7, 1828; merchant; discharged from service, Sept. 1, 1861, on surgeon's certificate; 5'10 1/2", gray eyes, light hair, fair complexion; died Oct. 31, 1905. Buried in Newborn.

FARMER, FRANCIS D.: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); born Mar. 2, 1839; laborer; elected Sgt., Apr. 17, 1862; shot in hand at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; promoted to 1st Sgt., Oct. 6, 1863; died Feb. 14, 1939. Buried in Newbern.

FARROW, WILLIAM: Co. H (Mar. 10,1862); 32; miller; Aug. 9,1862: shot in side at Cedar Mountain; Mar. Aug., 1863: listed as AWOL, but captured, May 10,1863, by Federals; sent to Camp Chase Prison, O.; 5' 11 1/2", blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion.

FEAZEL, WILLIAM M.: Co. B (Feb. 13, 1864); under arrest in Lynchburg in July, 1864, for being AWOL; captured by Federals, Sept. 20, 1864, at Strasburg; exchanged, Mar. 17, 1865.

FERGUSON, EDWARD P.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 21; carpenter; hospitalized, Nov. 29,1862; died in Lynchburg of smallpox.

FERGUSON, SAMUEL H.: Co. A (Apr. 24, 1861); 19; clerk; wounded, July 21, 1861, at First Manassas; Aug. 30, 1862: wounded and captured at Second Manassas; exchanged, Oct. 8,1862; discharged from service, Mar. 30,1863; took oath of allegiance, June 2, 1865.

FIELD, JOHN A.: Field & Staff (Jan. 27, 1863); assigned as Asst. Surgeon, Feb. 17, 1863; surrendered, Apr. 9, 1865, at Appomattox.

FIELDER, DENNIS C: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 22; farmer; Dec. 5,1861-Mar. 1,1862: sick at home; AWOL, Mar. 1,1862, until dropped from rolls as a deserter, Mar. 2, 1863.

FIELDER, KENLEY F.: Co. F (Mar. 20,1862); died of "hospital disease," June 10,1862, at Harrisonburg.

FIELDER, STEPHEN K.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 21; farmer; wounded at First Manassas, July 21,1861; AWOL: Dec. 31,1862-Mar. 2, 1863; died May 23, 1863, at Guiney's Station from disease.

FINDLEY, DAVID: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); 35; laborer; May 11,1862: accidentally shot in leg by a Confederate soldier while on the march to Franklin, W. Va.; leg amputated; discharged from service, Dec. 21,1862;  5'11", blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

FISHER, JAMES A.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); shot in chest, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; returned to duty, Mar. 4,1864, and detailed twenty-five days later to guard duty in Richmond; reported in June, 1864, to be suffering from after effects of chest wound plus syphilis; deserted in Aug., 1864; reported as dead in Jan., 1865.

FISHER, PEARSON O.: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); deserted, May 24, 1862, on the march to Winchester.

FISHER, SAMUEL W.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 21; carpenter; hospitalized in Aug., 1861. with typhoid fever; deserted, Aug. 27, 1862; captured by Federals and exchanged; under arrest for desertion in Jan., 1863; sentenced to forfeit eight months' pay; July 3, 1863: captured at Gettysburg and sent to Elmira Prison, N.Y.; paroled, Feb. 20, 1865.

FISHER, WILLIAM H.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 24; farmer; Mar. 23, 1862: killed at Kernstown.

FISHER, WILLIAM R.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 20; farmer; wounded, July 21,1861, at First Manassas; killed at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863.

FITZGERALD, JOHN F.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 20; farmer; shot in shoulder, July 21,1861, at First Manassas; AWOL: Nov.-Dec, 1861; captured at Second Manassas in Aug., 1862; listed as AWOL from Nov., 1862, until Apr. 4,1863, reinstate­ment; shot in thigh, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; Mar. 27,1864: assigned to duty in Lynchburg; paroled, Apr. 13,1865, in Lynchburg.

FLAGG, WILLIAM C: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 30; farmer; Jan. 1, 1862: assigned to duty as a nurse in hospitals first at Winchester and then at Lynchburg; returned to company, Sept. 21, 1863; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; died of disease, July 7, 1864, at Point Lookout Prison, Md.

FLORA, REUBEN: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); deserted, June 7, 1862.

FLORENCE, WILLIAM: Co. B (Apr. 16,1862); substitute for C. Parker; detailed as ambulance driver, Oct. 22,1862; listed thereafter as a deserter.

FLOYD, JOHN: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); born Oct. 29,1830, in Botetourt County; Dec. 21,1862: dropped from the rolls as a deserter after being AWOL since May 15,1862; returned from desertion in Jan., 1863, but discharged from service, May 20, 1863, because of "mental derangement;" died Dec. 22, 1918. Buried in Wytheville.

FLUIHEART, THOMAS: Co. B (Apr. 16,1862); deserted at Winchester, June 15,1862; dropped from the rolls, Dec 9,1862.

FOOTE, JOHN DRAYTON: Co. C (Sept. 10,1861); promoted to Cpl., Oct. 6, 1863; trfd. to Co. D, Dec. 30,1864. Buried in Pearisburg.

FORD, ANDREW D.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 20; carpenter; elected Sgt., Apr. 20, 1862; wounded, July 1,1862, at Malvern Hill; captured at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; exchanged, Feb. 13, 1865, at Point Lookout Prison, Md.

FOSTER, THOMAS: Co. B (Apr. 16,1862); AWOL: Feb. 11-28,1863; on detached duty, June 16-July 23,1863, as a nurse at Jordan's Springs; Feb. 14,1864: reassigned as a miller; on duty through at least Apr., 1864.

FRANCIS, WILLIAM PRESTON: Co. D (Apr. 18,1861); born Oct. 17,1842; captured in Aug., 1862, at Second Manassas; ex­changed, Sept. 21,1862; wounded, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; Feb. 5,1864: detailed for conscript duty in Smyth County; died Mar. 10, 1919. Buried in Marion.

FRANCISCO, ROBERT LaFAYETTE: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 36; cabinet-maker; Aug. 14, 1861: detailed as Quartermaster Sgt.; June 1, 1862: apptd. Capt. and Asst. Quartermaster; on detached duty after Mar., 1864.

FRANKLIN, JOHN A.: Co. L (July 16, 1861); captured, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; exchanged, Oct. 11, 1864, at Fort Delaware Prison, Del.; Mar. 28, 1865: shot in left thigh near Petersburg.

FRANKLIN, RUFUS FLEMING: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); born in Halifax County, Mar. 5,1837; promoted to Sgt., Apr. 24,1862; killed, Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton.

FRANKLIN, WILLIAM F.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 20; miller; June, 1862-Mar., 1863: on detached duty as a nurse in Staunton because of chronic rheumatism; wounded, May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville, and Nov. 27, 1863, at Payne's Farm; Feb. 26, 1864: detailed for conscript duty.

FRASURE, WILLIAM J.: Co. C (Mar. 19,1862); captured, Aug. 27,1862, near Manassas; exchanged, Sept. 21,1862; shot in chest at Gettysburg, July 3,1863; thereafter assigned to duty arresting deserters; Jan. 12,1864: killed by a deserter.

FUDGE, GRANVILLE HENDERSON: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); born in 1841; tanner; Dec. 13, 1862: shot in right leg at Fredericksburg; apptd. 4th Sgt., Aug. 28, 1863, and 2nd Lt., Mar. 8, 1864; surrendered at Appomattox, Apr. 9, 1865; died in 1915. Buried in Marion.

FUDGE, JOHN WEBSTER: Co. D (Apr. 2, 1862); promoted to Sgt. before Apr. 9, 1865, surrender at Appomattox; died in 1905 in Smyth County.

FULCHER, WILLIAM J.: Co. D (Feb. 7, 1863); conscript; discharged from service, Mar. 24, 1863, because of pulmonary disease.

FULLER, JAMES M.: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); 20; painter; Sgt. at muster; reduced to ranks, Aug. 13,1861; captured, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; exchanged, Oct. 30, 1864; paroled, Apr. 30, 1864, at Staunton; 5'9", gray eyes, dark hair, dark complexion.

FULTON, BENJAMIN DRAKE: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); born Dec. 9,1840; elected 2nd Lt., Apr 22,1862; suffered contusion wound, Aug. 28,1862, at Groveton; listed in Mar., 1864, as absent on "furlough of indulgence;" killed May 12,1864. at Spotsylvania.

FULTON, JOHN HALL: Co. A (Apr. 17. 1861); born July 17, 1837; lawyer; apptd. 3rd Lt. at muster; promoted to 1st Lt., May 13, 1861, and to Capt., Apr. 22. 1862; shot in leg and arm at Groveton, Aug. 28, 1862; so severely wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3,1863, that leg amputated; discharged from service, Aug. 1,1863; died Jan. 7,1907. Buried in Wytheville.

FULWIDER, ROBERT C: Co. D (Apr. 18,1861); 20; cabinetmaker; Oct. 4,1862: listed as drummer for the regiment; detail­ed in May, 1864, as a nurse in Winchester hospitals; captured and later exchanged; Oct. 30,1864: trfd. to 51st Virginia.

FUNK, ANDREW J.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 24; farmer; Feb. 11,1862: detailed as a teamster; listed as AWOL, Aug. 20 Oct. 31, 1862; wounded, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; May 12, 1864: captured at Spotsylvania; died Oct. 20, 1864, at Point Lookout Prison, Md., while awaiting exchange. Body later reinterred in Grayson County.

FUNK, GEORGE W., SR.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); absent sick in Apr., 1862; sent to hospital, Nov. 7, 1862, by order of surgeon. Buried near Elk Creek.

FUNK, GEORGE W., JR.: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 21; farmer; slightly wounded, Aug. 28, 1882, at Groveton; May 3, 1863: severely wounded in left thigh at Chancellorsville; discharged from service, Feb. 17,1864, because of wound; 5'7", blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

FURGESON, BEYA O.: Co. B (Apr. 16, 1862); discharged from service at Gordonsville some time before Oct. 31, 1862

FURROW, GEORGE W.: Co. B (Mar. 14,1862); deserted, Aug. 9,1862, at Cedar Mountain; captured by Federals six days later; exchanged and, on Dec. 9, 1862, dropped from the rolls.

GALLAGHER, PETER: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 26; clerk; apptd. Cpl., June 22,1861, and Sgt., Oct. 1,1861; reduced to ranks, Apr. 17, 1862; wounded, Oct. 17, 1862, at Kearneysville, W. Va.; AWOL: Jan. Mar., 1864.

GALLOWAY, JOHN CHOICE: Co. E (Apr. 17,1861); born Feb. 20,1842, in Franklin County; shoemaker; discharged from service, Apr. 23, 1862; 5'7", blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion; died July 24, 1896. Buried in Christiansburg.

GALLOWAY, ROBERT R.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); Cpl. at muster; Aug. 19,1861: died of typhoid fever at Manassas Junction.

GARDNER, BUFORD: Co. B (Jan. 5, 1863); assigned to company after serving 9 months in 54th Virginia; never reported for duty; listed on Apr. 30, 1864, as AWOL.

GARDNER, FLEMING WADE: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); born Nov. 18, 1841; painter; Nov. 7, 1861: assigned as nurse In hospital at Orange Courthouse; discharged from service, Apr. 17,1862; died Aug. 16,1916. Buried in Christiansburg.

GARDNER, GEORGE W.: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); born Mar. 30,1839; miller; May 10,1861: left sick at Hermitage Fairground hospital in Richmond; later returned to duty; Apr. 3, 1863: sent to Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond as "unfit for any field service;" died Sept. 20, 1919, in Shawsville.

GARDNER, JAMES R.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 32; farmer; Aug. 31, 1861: listed on special service as an ordnance sgt.; discharged from service, Nov. 10, 1861, in order to handle ordnance Inventories at Christiansburg. Buried in Chris­tiansburg.

GARDNER, JOHN WESLEY: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); born May 20, 1833; painter; Jan., 1862-Mar., 1863: sick in various hospitals and at home; Mar. 27, 1863: detailed to hospital duty as a wardmaster because of unfitness for field ser­vice; died Jan. 11, 1910, in Lafayette.

GARDNER, ROBERT DAVISON: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); born Dec. 27, 1830, in Montgomery County; carpenter; 1st Lt. at muster; elected Capt., July 25,1861; promoted to Lt. Col., Apr. 22,1862; shot in face, Dec. 13,1862, at Fredericksburg; retired from field service, Apr. 9, 1864; became post commandant at Dublin Depot; died July 12, 1906. Buried in Newborn.

GARDNER, ROBERT M.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 17; slightly wounded, Mar. 23,1862, at Kernstown; so severely wounded at Sharpsburg. Md., Sept. 17, 1862, that he did not return to duty until Apr. 27, 1864; July 25-Dec. 31, 1864: sick in military hospital; trfd. to Invalid Corps, Feb. 20, 1865, and assigned to Christiansburg; died Feb. 6, 1906.

GARDNER, WILLIAM BLAIR: Co. C (May 29, 1861); 33; carpenter; Apr. 17, 1862: discharged from service on surgeon's certificate.

GARLICK, ANDREW J.: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); 22; laborer; Apr. 22, 1862: apptd. 3rd Cpl., Feb. 28, 1863: reduced to ranks while under sentence of court-martial in Richmond; returned to duty in May, 1863; shot in both legs, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; right leg amputated; died Mar. 8,1864, in a Richmond hospital. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Rich­mond.

GARLICK, CHARLES W.: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); 20; laborer; apptd. 1st Sgt., Apr. 22,1862; shot in shoulder, Aug. 28,1862, at Groveton; July 3,1863: shot in left arm at Gettysburg; captured the next day at Williamsport, Md., hospital; arm amputated, Oct. 4, 1863; paroled and exchanged, Mar. 3, 1864.

GARLICK, JAMES F.: Co. B (Mar. 14, 1862); AWOL: Oct., 1863-Apr., 1864; dropped from the rolls as a deserter.

GARLICK, JOHN W.: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); 22; laborer; shot in left shoulder and captured, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; in prison at David's Island, N.Y., until Aug, 24, 1863, parole; given 30-day furlough the following month.

GARLICK, WILLIAM P.: Co. B (Aug. 18, 1861); wounded, Sept. 17, 1862, at Sharpsburg, Md.; on sick leave until Oct. 1, 1863, when listed as AWOL; Dec. 31, 1863: sentenced to 5 days in jail and loss of one month's pay for unauthorized absence; present through at least Apr., 1864.

GARNAND, SYLVANUS R.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 25; farmer; hospitalized, Feb. 11, 1863; died of pneumonia, Mar. 30, 1863, at Montgomery White Sulphur Springs.

GARRETT, WILLIAM J.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 23; wheelwright; Cpl. at muster; elected Sgt., Apr. 20, 1862; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863; paroled, Feb. 18, 1865, at Point Lookout Prison, Md.

GAYLOR, JAMES: Co. I (July 11, 1862); discharged from service, Aug. 4, 1862.

GEAR, SANFORD: Co. L (Apr. 15, 1862); deserted, Apr. 17, 1862, but listed as returned and under arrest, Apr. 22, 1862.

GEORGE, ALBERT P.: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 18; farmer; Cpl. at muster; Aug.-Dec, 1861: AWOL.

GEORGE, BEVERLY R.: Co. D (Oct. 1,1863); from Tazewell County; originally in 8th Virginia Cavalry; Dec. 9,1864: shot in left foot near Petersburg; toe amputated four days later; captured, Apr. 4, 1865, and confined at Point Lookout, Md., until June 26, 1865, parole; 5'7", brown eyes, brown hair, dark complexion.

GIBSON, ANDREW E.: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); born Nov. 26, 1837; merchant; apptd. regimental quartermaster, June 6, 1861; promoted to Capt., Feb. 26,1862; died Aug. 29,1862, of wounds received the previous day at Groveton. Buried in Marion.

GIBSON, MOSES: Co. D (Mar. 1,1862); joined this company after serving in the 2nd Virginia; Oct. 31,1862: detailed as clerk to Surg. McGuire; promoted to hospital steward, Apr. 30,1863.

GIBSON, WILLIAM F.: Co. C (Mar. 15, 1862); 18; farmer; discharged from service, Oct. 17, 1862, because of chronic diarrhea; 5'1", gray eyes, brown hair, florid complexion.

GILL, JAMES: Co. D (Oct. 16, 1864); surrendered, Apr. 9, 1865, at Appomattox.

GILLMAN, MICHAEL: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); sick in hospital, May, 1862-Jan,, 1863; AWOL: Feb., 1863-Apr. 1864.

GILMORE, H.L.: Co. B (Feb. 8, 1864); deserted, Apr. 8, 1864.

GILMORE, HENRY: Co. H (Oct. 20,1864); captured at Fort Stedman, Mar. 25,1865, after being shot in head; May 10,1865: died of wound at David's Island Prison, N.Y., hospital. Body returned to Rockbridge County.

GITT, WILLIAM T.: Co. L (July 16, 1861); Sgt. at muster; discharged from service, Aug. 28, 1862, "because he is a magistrate."

GLASGOW, ALEXANDER McN.: Co. I (Apr. 12, 1862); born Oct. 24, 1820; on detached duty in Staunton until July 24,1862, discharge from service; died Aug. 4, 1894. Buried in Lexington.

GLASGOW, ROBERT ARTHUR: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 25; farmer; apptd. Sgt., Sept. 28,1861, and elected 2nd Lt., Apr. 6,1862; died May 11, 1862, in Augusta County of typhoid fever.

GLEAVES, JAMES TURK, JR.: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 28; lawyer; elected Sgt., May 13,1861; apptd. regimental recruiting sgt., Aug. 1, 1861, and 1st Sgt., Dec. 17, 1861; died of fever in Winchester.

GLEAVES, ROBERT H.: Co. A (Apr. 17, 1861); 26; farmer; May 1, 1861: trfd. to the 45th Virginia.

GLENDY, ROBERT JAMES LAREW: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); born July 14,1839; farmer; promoted to Sgt., Aug. 1,1861, and elected 1st Lt., Apr. 17,1862; shot in thigh and captured, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; died July 23,1863, from effects of a leg amputation.

GODALL, WILLIAM L.: Co. E (muster date unknown); paroled at Charleston, W. Va., May 11, 1865.

GODWIN, THOMAS J.: Co. I (June 2,1861); from Botetourt County; 20; student; Mar. 3,1863: promoted to Cpl.; shot in left arm and captured at Gettysburg, July 3,1863; arm amputated; exchanged, then resigned from service, Dec. 31,1863.

GOFF, GEORGE W.: Co. B (Sept. 22,1861); listed as AWOL, Mar. 22-Apr. 30,1862; wounded and captured, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; exchanged, Feb. 18, 1885, at Fort Columbus, N.Y.

COINS, WILLIAM H.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); apptd. Cpl., May 15, 1863; shot in left leg, Nov. 27, 1863, at Payne's Farm; May 12, 1864: captured at Spotsylvania; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until June 27,1865, parole; 5'10", dark eyes, dark hair, florid complexion.

GOLDSBOROUGH, RICHARD A.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 17; tailor; Nov., 1862-Apr., 1863: hospitalized; captured at Get­tysburg, July 3, 1863, and sent to Point Lookout Prison, Md.; paroled, Feb. 18,1865.

GOODMAN, HENRY: Co. D (July 30,1861); sick in hospital and at home, Apr. 27--Oct. 31,1863; reported as AWOL in Dec, 1863; forfeited pay for June, 1863-Feb., 1864, period; killed at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864.

GOOLSBY, JOHN: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 25; farmer; killed July 21,1861, at First Manassas; 6' 2", blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion.

GORDON, CHARLES L.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 21; farmer; Apr. 22,1862: elected Cpl.; wounded at Groveton, Aug. 28,1862; promoted to Sgt., Oct. 4, 1862; wounded, May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville; retired to Invalid Corps.

GORDON, DAVID HARRISON: Co. L (July 16,1861); born July 7,1840, in Pulaski County; died of disease, Apr. 18,1862, in Staunton. Buried at Bane.

GORDON, FRANKLIN: Co. I (Oct. 24,1864); assigned to division shoe shop for light duty in Nov., 1864; hospitalized at Charlottesville, Dec 9, 1864, with a carbuncle; trfd. to Staunton, Dec. 26, 1864.

GORDON, JAMES O.: Co. E (Jan. 15, 1864); captured, Feb. 6, 1864, at Morton's Ford and sent to Fort Delaware Prison, Del.; Mar. 16, 1864: admitted to Kalorama Hospital, D.C., with "eruptive fever;" paroled, June 20, 1865; 5'5", dark eyes, hair and complexion.

GORDON, JOSEPH H.: Co. E (Mar. 13, 1862); wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; exchanged at Point Lookout Prison, Md., Sept. 18, 1864.

GOSE, WILLIAM G.: Co. A (Apr. 24, 1861); 25; farmer; Nov.-Dec, 1862: detailed as a teamster; shot in left arm, Feb. 9, 1865, near Petersburg; captured, Apr. 5, 1865, at Dinwiddie Courthouse; paroled, June 27,1865; 5' 7 1/2", hazel eyes, black hair, dark complexion.

GRAHAM, DAVID CALVIN: Co. C (Mar. 19, 1862); born Dec. 19, 1841; wounded, Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton and did not return to duty until Aug. 31, 1863; received compound fracture of right leg from gunshot, Sept. 19, 1864, at Win­chester; captured there and sent to Point Lookout Prison, Md.; exchanged, Feb. 10, 1865; died Feb. 28, 1865.

GRAHAM, JOHN H.: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); 19; miller; June 20, 1861: hospitalized at Winchester; died Sept. 23, 1861, in Salem.

GRAHAM, JOSEPH DRAPER: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); born Jan. 22, 1835; physician; July 21, 1861: shot in back at First Manassas; captured, Mar. 23,1862, at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5, 1862; trfd. to 37th Virginia Cavalry Bttn., Feb. 28, 1863; died May 2, 1898, in Draper. Buried in Oglesby Cemetery, Wythe County.

GRAYSON, CROCKETT: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 43; farmer; July 21, 1861: wounded at First Manassas; discharged for disability, Sept. 13, 1861.

GREEN, ROBERT CRUTCHFIELD: Co. D (Apr. 18,1861); born Oct. 9,1836; carpenter; shot in back, July 21,1861, at First Manassas; wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3,1863; on conscript duty in Smyth County, Dec. 31,1863-Jan. 2,1865; died Mar. 23, 1917, In Bland.

GREEN, RUFUS: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); died of typhoid fever, May 20, 1862, in Staunton.

GREEN, THOMAS: Co. I (Apr. 12, 1862); reported as a deserter thereafter.

GRIFFEE, AMBROSE: Co. D (July 10, 1862); wounded at Groveton, Aug. 28, 1862; promoted to 2nd Cpl., May 10, 1863.

GRIFFEE, DAVID A.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); died of enteritis in Staunton, May 27, 1862.

GRISWELL, A.: Co. D (muster date unknown); deserted to the enemy in Feb., 1865; took the oath of allegiance in W. Va. and went north; 45 at the time of surrender; 5'9", hazel eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

GROSE, JOHN: Co. I (Apr. 12, 1862); deserted, July 24, 1862.

GROSECLOSE, SOLOMON: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); left in the rear before Cedar Mountain, Aug. 8,1862; listed thereafter as a deserter and dropped from the rolls; restored to duty, Feb. 2, 1863; captured, Apr. 6, 1865; confined at Point Lookout, Md., until June 27, 1865, parole; 5 '8", blue eyes, brown hair, dark complexion.

GROSS, ABRAHAM: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); born Oct. 20,1823, in Bedford County; farmer; Apr. 21,1862: listed as AWOL: discharged from service sometime before Oct. 31, 1862.

GROSS, GEORGE W.: Co. B (Mar. 14,1862); apptd. Cpl., Apr. 22,1862; shot in thigh, July 1,1862, at Malvern Hill; wounded in leg at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863; promoted to Sgt., Aug. 15, 1863; on duty Through 1864.

GRUBB, FRANCIS: Co. A (Feb. 13, 1863); shot in wrist at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; Jan. 23-Apr. 30, 1864: AWOL.

GRUBB, JAMES L.: Co. A (feb. 13, 1863); born Feb. 4, 1831; died May 3, 1863, in a Chancellorsville hospital of wounds received In battle. Buried in the Crockett section of Wythe County.

GUTHRIE, JAMES R.: Co. C (July 2, 1861); "discharged at Genl. Hospital," Apr. 30, 1862.

GUY, JOHN R.: Co. I (Apr. 12, 1862); discharged from service, Aug. 4, 1862.

GWYNN, BRONSON B.: Co. I (June 2,1861); 17; student; May 3,1863: shot in chest and armpit at Chancellorsville; right arm paralyzed thereafter; Sept. 9, 1863: detailed to duty with C.S. Medical Dept. in first Lynchburg and then Charlotte, N.C.,; discharged from service, Mar. 26, 1864.

GWYNN, WORTH O.: Co. I (Nov. 19, 1862); captured, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; exchanged at Point Lookout Prison, Md., Mar. 10, 1864; returned to duty; promoted to Cpl. in Nov., 1864.

HACKLER, CHURCHWELL B.: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 39; farmer; apptd. Cpl., Jan. 1, 1862; discharged from service, Apr. 28, 1862.

HACKLER, JOHN H.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); received slight gunshot wound at Payne's Farm, Nov. 27, 1863; captured, Feb. 6,1864, at Morton's Ford; paroled at Fort Delaware Prison, Del., June 20,1865; 5 '5", dark eyes, hair and com­plexion.

HACKLER, STEPHEN H.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); hospitalized, Sept. 30, 1862-Feb., 1863, and June-Aug., 1863; shot In shoulder, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; present through at least Apr., 1864.

HACKLER, THOMAS K.: Co. F (Mar. 20,1962); captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; exchanged shortly after Feb. 20, 1865, at Elmira Prison, N.Y.

HALE, CREED B.: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 35; farmer; killed at First Manassas, July 21,1861.

HALE, FLETCHER: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 25; farmer; captured, Feb. 6,1864, at Morton's Ford; confined at Fort Delaware, Del., until June 7,1865, parole; 5'10", hazel eyes, brown hair, dark complexion.

HALE, GIDEON: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 19; farmer; Feb. 15,1862: detailed as regimental wagonmaster; AWOL, Sept. 25, 1863, but returned to duty after producing "an order of detail" covering the time he was absent; Nov. 27,1863: receiv­ed severe gunshot wound In left arm at Payne's Farm; sent to Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond.

HALE, HENRY L.: Co. F (Mar. 1,1864); captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; June 13,1865: paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y.

HALE, JACOB: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); Sgt. at muster; died at Winchester, Dec. 20, 1861, of typhoid fever.

HALE, JACOB: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 26; farmer; detailed as a teamster in Mar., 1862; captured in May, 1864, and confined at Point Lookout, Md., until June 14, 1865, parole; 5'10", gray eyes, auburn hair, light complexion.

HALE, JACOB LESTER: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); born Feb. 25,1825; farmer; Apr. 30-June 30,1863: served as a teamster; shot in right cheek at Payne's Farm, Nov. 27, 1863; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y., June 27, 1865; 5'10", blue eyes, auburn hair, florid complexion; died Jan. 28, 1916, in Chilhowie. Buried in Grayson County.

HALE, JOHN: Co. F (Apr. 20,1862); on duty as a teamster in "Capt. Glaize's forage train," Apr. 30-Dec. 31,1862; captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; exchanged at Elmira Prison, N.Y., Mar. 14,1865; 5'10", blue eyes, auburn hair, florid complexion.

HALE, JOHN M.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 29; farmer; July 29,1861: apptd. Capt.; retired from service, Apr. 6,1862, after the reorganization of the company; died Oct. 22, 1906, in Staunton.

HALE, JOHN W.: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 25; farmer; promoted to Cpl., in Apr., 1864; present through at least Dec, 1864.

HALE, JOSIAH B.: Co. F (Sept. 5, 1861); sick in Charlottesville hospital with measles and typhoid fever, Oct. 5-Dec. 22, 1861; wounded, Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton; May 12, 1864: captured at Spotsylvania; paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y., June 19, 1865.

HALE, LEFTWICH: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 25; farmer; Oct. 5,1861: hospitalized at Richmond; died of disease, Aug. 8,1862, in Grayson County.

HALE, PEYTON N.: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); born Aug. 27, 1825; farmer; Capt. at muster; July 21, 1861: killed at First Manassas. Buried at Summerfield Methodist Church, Grayson County.

HALE, RUFUS H.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); sick In various hospitals, Oct. 10, 1862-Feb. 29,1864; captured at Spotsylvania, May 12, 1864; exchanged at Elmira Prison, N.Y., Feb. 9, 1865.

HALE, WILLIAM: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 26; farmer; July 21, 1861: wounded at First Manassas; promoted to Sgt., Dec. 3,1861; discharged from service, Apr. 23, 1862; 5'9", blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

HALE, WILLIAM BOURNE: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 18; farmer; apptd. Ordnance Sgt., Nov. 1, 1862; shot in face, Nov. 27,at Payne's Farm; May 12, 1864: captured at Spotsylvania; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until Mar. 10, 1865, ex­change.

HALL, ANDREW H.: Co. I (Apr. 12,1862); discharged from service, Feb. 23,1863, because of being over forty years of age.

HALL, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. B (Aug. 30,1861); granted sick leave, Oct. 5,1861; discharged from service, Nov. 6,1861, because of mumps.

HALL, B.D.: Co. B (Feb. 13,1864); under arrest (charges not stated), Apr. 30,1864; listed in July, 1864, on rolls of Ward's Bttn. of Confederate Prisoners.

HALL, BYRON: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 18; farmer; captured at Groveton, Aug. 28,1862; exchanged but did not return to the company; listed after Dec, 1862, as a deserter.

HALL, CORNELIUS: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 30; tanner; elected Cpl., Dec. 31, 1861, but reduced to ranks, Apr. 22, 1862; discharged from service, June 14, 1862, because of lumbago; later performed light guard duty at Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond.

HALL, JESSE R.: Co. B (Aug. 30,1861); deserted at Swift Run Gap, Apr. 27,1862; returned to duty; detailed as a nurse in Richmond, Nov.-Dec, 1862; deserted again; dropped from the rolls, Dec. 23, 1862; later served in the 14th Virginia Cavalry.

HALL, JOHN: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 20; farmer; hospitalized in Winchester, June 11, 1861, after accidentally shooting himself in the hand; discharged from service, Sept. 28,1862, because of recurring effects of wound; 5'8", blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

HALL, JOHN N.J.: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); 17; laborer; wounded at First Manassas, July 21,1861; apptd. Sgt., Apr. 22,1862; assigned to special duty in southwest Virginia; reduced to ranks, Aug. 15,1863; dropped from the rolls as a deserter, Feb. 26, 1864; surrendered to Federals, July 9, 1864, at Frederick, Md.; paroled, May 19,1865;  5'9", gray eyes, light hair, dark complexion.

HALL, LEE: Co. F (muster date unknown); captured at Spotsylvania, May 12, 1864; died at Elmira Prison, N.Y., Sept. 2, 1864 of typhoid fever.

HALL, POINDEXTER: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 20; blacksmith; shot in thigh, July 21,1861, at First Manassas; Nov. 7,1861: detailed as regimental blacksmith; shot in left hip and breast at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13,1862; wounded in left hip, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; Oct. 31,1863-Mar. 8,1864: listed as a deserter; returned to duty; killed, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania.

HALL, RICHARD: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 18; farmer; wounded and captured, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; confined at Point Lookout, Md., until June 20, 1865, parole; 5'6", gray eyes, light hair, dark complexion.

HALL, THOMAS KEEMER: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); 22; cabinet-maker; discharged from service, Apr. 17,1862; 5' 11” blue eyes, light hair, florid complexion.

HALL, WILLIAM: Co. B (Apr. 16, 1862); discharged from service at Gordonsville sometime before Oct. 31, 1862; re-enlisted, Feb. 11, 1864, but deserted, Apr. 8, 1864.

HALL, WILLIAM GIDEON: Co. L (July 16, 1861); born in 1820; elected 2nd Lt. at muster; resigned from service, Apr. 12, 1862, because of disability; died in 1896.

HALLER, EDWIN C: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 19; student; apptd. Cpl., Apr. 17,1862; wounded at Port Republic, June 9,1862; promoted to Sgt., Oct. 1, 1862; resigned, Sept. 1, 1863, to accept lieutenancy in 14th Virginia Cavalry.

HALLETT, ROBERT J.: Co. I (June 8, 1861); from Norfolk; 22; student; Oct. 25, 1861: detailed as a clerk in Richmond; Feb. 29, 1864: promoted to Capt. and Asst. Adjutant General for Gen. Howell Cobb.

HALSEY, THOMAS: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); 19; farmer; captured, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg after being shot in groin; sent to military hospital at David's Island, N.Y.; paroled sometime in 1864 "and went north;" 5" 3", brown eyes, dark hair, dark complexion.

HAMILTON, ALEXANDER M.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); born Nov. 26, 1830; farmer; apptd. 1st Lt., July 1,1861, and elected Capt., Apr. 6,1862; wounded at Groveton, Aug. 28,1862; returned to duty in Jan., 1863; discharged from service, Apr. 20, 1863, because of erysipelas and chronic dysentery; died Nov. 14, 1863. Buried at Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, Rockbridge County.

HAMILTON, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 41; farmer; 1st Sgt. at muster; received medical discharge, June 3, 1861.

HAMILTON, LOT T.: Co. L (July 16, 1861); died of chronic dysentery, Sept. 25, 1862, at Montgomery Springs.

HAMMERS, JOSEPH: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 34; tailor; Aug. 30, 1861: sent as escort for sick men; Oct. 14, 1861: absent, "making cloth for the troops;" apptd. Sgt., Dec. 1,1861; reduced to ranks, Apr. 22,1862; discharged from service as being overage.

HAMMOND, THOMAS P.: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); 23; carpenter; deserted, Apr. 30, 1862; returned to duty but deserted again, Mar. 4,1863; arrested and returned to regiment; deserted to Federal forces, Apr. 29, 1864; took oath of allegiance and went north.

HAMPTON, JOHN HENRY: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); from Tazewell County; Apr.-Dec, 1862: sick in various hospitals; present thereafter through at least Apr., 1864.

HANEY, HENRY L.: Co C (Mar. 16; 1862); assigned as drummer in regiment; Oct. 30, 1864: trfd. to 45th Virginia.

HANEY, JOHN FONROSE WESLEY: CO. C (Apr. 17, 1861); born Sept. 13, 1837; teacher; wounded at First Manassas, July 21, 1861; killed Mar. 23, 1862, at Kernstown.

HANEY, WILLIAM E.: Co. C (May 10, 1861); reported AWOL in May, 1863, but returned to duty "with a satisfactory ex­cuse;" May 5, 1864: captured at the Wilderness; sent to Elmira Prison, N.Y., where he died Feb. 19, 1865, of acute dysentery. Buried at Elmira.

HANSON, GEORGE MAJOR: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); born Aug. 27,1842; clerk; apptd. Cpl., June 22,1861, and Sgt., Apr. 17, 1862; elected 2nd Lt., Oct. 20,1863; captured at Fisher's Hill, Sept. 22,1864; paroled, June 17,1865, at Fort Delaware Prison, Del.; 5' 10", blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion; died Mar. 3, 1891.

HARDWICK, ALONZO CECIL: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); born July 15, 1830; apptd. 2nd Lt., July 1, 1861; promoted to Capt., Apr. 22, 1862; declined re-election and resigned from service; died May 19, 1899, in Blacksburg.

HARLESS, ABRAHAM: Co. E (Jan. 12, 1863); born in 1832 in Giles County; conscript; deserted, Apr. 1, 1863.

HARMON, HAMILTON: Co. G (Nov. 8,1864); born Oct. 27,1841; surrendered, Apr. 9, 1865, at Appomattox; died Nov. 17,1904.

HARMON, MILTON HALL: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); born in 1839; farmer; elected 2nd Lt., Sept. 12,1861; promoted to Capt., Apr. 22, 1862; killed May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville.

HARRIS, ALFRED J.: Co. D (July 30,1861); hospitalized, Nov. 29,1862; at home on sick furlough until Jan., 1863; right leg amputated after July 3, 1863, wound at Gettysburg.

HARRIS, ANDREW J.: Co. L (Apr. 15,1862); assigned to the company after deserting the Greene County militia; deserted near New Market, Apr. 17, 1862.

HARRIS, JAMES F.: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); 26; farmer; shot in right leg, May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville; AWOL: Nov. 15,1863-Mar. 1,1864; captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until July 11,1865, parole; 5'9", gray eyes, dark hair, florid complexion.

HARRIS, JAMES P.: Co. C (Mar. 21, 1862); died in Charlottesville hospital, May 20, 1862.

HARRIS, PETER: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 19; laborer; captured, Mar. 23,1862, at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5,1862, but did not return to duty until Nov. 1,1862; wounded and captured at Gettysburg, July 3,1863; took oath of allegiance at Point Lookout Prison, Md., Jan. 25, 1864, and joined the U.S. Army.

HARRIS, ROBERT M.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 20; laborer; Sept. 18,1861-Dec. 31,1862: sick in various hospitals; apptd. Cpl., Oct. 1, 1863; surrendered, Apr. 9, 1865, at Appomattox.

HARRISON, EDWARD: Co. D (Apr. 14, 1863); substitute for William R. Henegar; May 3, 1863: shot in foot and arm at Chancellorsville; died of tetanus, May 13, 1863.

HARRISON JAMES T.: Co. H (Mar. 6, 1862); 19; farmer; AWOL: June 8, 1862-Jan. 7, 1863; shot in left side and thigh at Chancellorsville, May 3,1863; deserted, Sept. 25,1863, while on picket duty; paroled, Dec. 17,1864; 5' 10", gray eyes, light hair, light complexion.

HARRISON, WILLIAM H.: Co. A (May 11, 1861); 32; miller; Apr. 30, 1862: trfd. to 12th Virginia Cavalry.

HARSH, SANDERS: Co. A (Apr. 17,1861); 21; mechanic; finger amputated after July 21,1861, wound at First Manassas; discharged from service, Aug. 20, 1861; took oath of allegiance, Apr. 6, 1865, in W. Va. and went north; 5'10", gray eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

HARTSOOK, NEWTON B.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); born Nov. 10, 1825; blacksmith; June 29, 1861: detailed to service out­side regiment; discharged from army, Oct. 31,1861; died Nov. 28,1872. Buried at Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, Rockbridge County.

HARVEY, JOHN M.: Co. E (May 15,1862); trfd. from 36th Virginia; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; Aug. 26,1864: died at Point Lookout Prison, Md., of acute dysentery.

HARVEY, THOMAS MAY: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 28; tanner; Cpl., after Apr. 22,1862, reorganization; wounded, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; promoted to Sgt., Mar. 15,1864; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; Sept. 18,1864: exchang­ed at Point Lookout Prison, Md. Buried in Blacksburg.

HAWKINS, TIMOTHY DWIGHT: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); born July 19,1841, in Smyth County; student; Sept. 16,1861: detailed as hospital steward in Winchester; Oct. 31, 1862: assigned to duty with C.S. Quartermaster Dept.; trfd. to 14th Virginia Cavalry, Dec. 10, 1862; died Mar. 6,1920, in Wythe County.

HAWKS, FRANKLIN: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 20; farmer; detailed in Dec, 1862, as a cook for the officers' mess; shot in left shoulder, May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville; Apr. 6, 1864: detailed for enrolling duty; also served In the 8th Virginia Cavalry. Buried at Summerfield Methodist Church, Grayson County.

HAYES, BURRELL H.: Co. H (Sept. 24,1862); born Feb. 14,1832; on duty as a nurse: Feb. 18-Oct. 27,1863; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; exchanged at Elmira Prison, N.Y., Oct. 29, 1864; died May 2, 1898. Burled In Lexington.

HAYMAKER, ISAAC W.: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); 17; laborer; elected 2nd Lt. In Apr., 1862; absent sick at home, Sept. 21 Dec 31, 1862; wounded, Nov. 27, 1863, at Payne's Farm.

HAYMAKER, JAMES W.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 20; teacher; Jan. 27, 1862: detailed as a nurse In Winchester hospital; mustered out of service, Apr. 17,1862; apptd. 2nd Lt. of Co. B, Apr. 22,1862; later promoted to 1st Lt.; shot In neck, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; captured at Fisher's Hill, Sept. 22,1864; confined at Fort Delaware, Del., until May 10, 1865, parole.

HAYNES, WILLIAM H.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 21; painter; discharged from service, Feb. 23,1862; 5 '7", dark eyes, hair and complexion.

HEAVENER, JOHN: Co. L (July 16,1861); born Apr. 15,1835; detailed for recruiting duty In Montgomery County In Jan., 1862; died Jan. 15,1910. Buried in Christiansburg.

HEFFRON, EDWARD: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 34; stonemason; wounded, July 1, 1862, at Malvern Hill; discharged from service, July 31, 1862, for being overage.

HELMICK, DAVID: Co. I (Oct. 24, 1864); listed In Dec, 1864, as absent sick.

HELMICK, WILLIAM: Co. I (Apr. 12,1862); hospitalized at Staunton in Aug., 1862; captured, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; confined at Point Lookout, Md., until Feb. 18, 1865, exchange.

HELMS, JAMES W.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 28; carpenter; although dropped from the rolls in Dec, 1862, as a deserter, other records state that he was a prisoner of war in Washington, D.C., Apr. 13, 1864.

HELTON, ABRAHAM G.: Co. C (July 2, 1861); killed at Groveton, Aug. 28, 1862.

HELTON, GEORGE W.: Co. C (July 2, 1861); killed at Groveton, Aug. 28, 1862.

HENDERLITER, HENRY F.: Co. D (Apr. 2, 1862); died in Marion, Oct. 25, 1862, of consumption.

HENDERSON, JOHN A.: Co. L (July 16, 1861); served as a nurse from Dec. 1, 1861, through at least Apr., 1864.

HENDERSON, JOSEPHUS: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 18; farmer; elected Sgt., Apr. 22, 1862; wounded, Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton and May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; deserted, Sept. 20,1863; took oath of allegiance five days later; 5'4", hazel eyes, black hair, light complexion.

HENDERSON, REUBEN D.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 34; farmer; killed at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863.

HENEGAR, WILLIAM: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); 28; carpenter; July 24, 1862: discharged from service for being overage; re-enlisted, Feb. 20, 1864; killed Oct. 19, 1864, at Cedar Creek.

HENEGAR, WILLIAM R.: Co. D (Apr. 18,1861); 18; laborer; discharged from service, Dec. 31,1862, after "having furnished an able-bodied man as his substitute."

HENKLE, JESSE: Co. C (Mar. 17, 1862); killed at Payne's Farm, Nov. 27, 1863.

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

HENLEY, LEWIS: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); hospitalized from June 10, 1862, until reported as AWOL, Jan. 23, 1864.

HENLEY, ROBERT: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); hospitalized on three different occasions for debility; AWOL after Jan. 23, 1864.

HENNINGS, JAMES H.: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); deserted, Apr. 2, 1862.

HENSLEY, JAMES D.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); wounded, Aug. 28,1862, at Groveton; promoted to Cpl., Apr. 1,1863; wound­ed at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; Oct. 29, 1864: exchanged at Point Lookout Prison, Md.; surrendered at Appomattox, Apr. 9, 1865.

HENSLEY, JAMES G.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 20; farmer; Sept. 28, 1862: trfd. to 14th Virginia Cavalry.

HENSLEY, JOHN G.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 24; carpenter; wounded at Groveton, Aug. 28,1862; trfd. later to the 14th Virginia Cavalry.

HERNDON, MATTHEW W.: Co. L (July 16,1861); 27; farmer; died Dec. 3,1862, of disease at father's home in Montgomery County; 5'7", dark eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

HESLIP, ANDREW J.: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); 19; laborer; Nov. 5,1861: discharged for disability at Richmond; later served in the 14th Virginia Cavalry.

HICKOK, JAMES WALDREN: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); born May 31, 1830; carpenter; Aug. 29,1862: detailed as a teamster; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until Feb. 20, 1864, exchange; died Apr. 7, 1919. Buried in Christiansburg.

HICKOK, SAMUEL McDANIEL: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); born Aug. 9,1828; carpenter; on duty as a nurse following July 21, 1861, battle of First Manassas; present through at least Oct. 10,1864; died Jan. 29,1908. Buried in Christiansburg.

HICKS, JOSEPH: Co. H (Mar. 15, 1862); hospitalized, Aug., 1862-June, 1863, with chronic rheumatism; detailed to hospital duty, June, 1863-Jan., 1865.

HILL, BENJAMIN F.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 21; cooper; wounded in thigh, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; present through at least Dec, 1864.

HILL, GEORGE W.: Co. H (Jan. 10,1863); wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3,1863; on duty through at least Feb., 1864.

HILL, JOHN: Co. B (Feb. 15, 1864); "deserted to the enemy," Apr. 24, 1864.

HILTON, CLAYTON A.: Co. L (Mar. 9,1863); trfd. from 36th Virginia; wounded, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; promoted to Cpl., Mar. 11, 1864; on duty through at least Dec, 1864.

HILTON, JAMES T.: Co. L (Apr. 16, 1862); detailed as a teamster, Dec. 18, 1862; shot in left hand, July 3, 1863, at Get­tysburg; returned to duty four months later; present through at least Apr., 1864.

HILTON, WILLIAM M.: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); deserted, June 27, 1862.

HINE, JOHN H.: Co. D (Sept. 16, 1864); born May 30, 1844; on duty through at least Dec, 1864; died Aug. 2, 1907.

HINE, T.L.: Co. D (Oct. 24, 1864); detailed to division shoe shop, Nov. 28, 1864.

HINES, JOSEPH: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1862); 22; farmer; given medical discharge, Aug. 14, 1861.

HITE, BENJAMIN E.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 24; farmer; wounded at First Manassas, July 21, 1861; died of fever, Dec. 8, 1861, in a Winchester hospital.

HOBACK, JOHN: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); 24; reported as a deserter, Dec 21,1862; arrested in Feb., 1863; wounded, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; captured at Bunker Hill, Aug. 29, 1864; paroled, June 11,1865, at Camp Chase Prison, O.; 5' 10", blue eyes, dark hair, light complexion.

HODGE, JOHN: Co. I (Oct. 23, 1864); wounded in left thigh, Mar. 25, 1865, at Fort Stedman; paroled, May 2, 1865, in a Richmond hospital.

HODGES, JOHN H.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 23; farmer; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; exchanged, Mar. 2, 1865; captured again in Richmond hospital, Apr. 3, 1865; escaped from hospital, Apr. 6, 1865.

HOGAN, PATRICK: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); born Feb. 8, 1836; railroader; elected 2nd Lt., Sept. 25, 1862; wounded, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; captured near Spotsylvania, May 10,1864; paroled in June, 1865, at Fort Delaware Prison, Del.; 5'9", blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; died Oct. 25, 1914. Buried in Kaufman County, Tex.

HOGE, ANDREW J.: Co. E (Apr. 18, 1861); 18; farmer; promoted to Cpl. in June, 1863; killed at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863.

HOGSTON, EPHRAIM M.: Co. D (July 30, 1861); died May 15, 1863, of wounds received May 3 at Chancellorsville.

HOGSTON, JOHN: Co. D (July 30,1861); captured, May 19,1864, near Spotsylvania; paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y., June 19, 1865; 6'1", blue eyes, light hair, florid complexion.

HOLBROOK, GARLAND J.: Co. A (Apr. 17, 1861); 22; teacher; Apr. 17, 1862: discharged from service; joined the 14th Virginia Cavalry, June 1, 1862.

HOLBROOK, WILLIAM H: Co. F (Mar. 20,1862); sentenced in Dec, 1862, to loss of 19 days' pay for being AWOL; wound­ed slightly in leg, Nov. 27, 1863, at Payne's Farm; present through at least Apr., 1864

HOLLIDAY, JAMES W.: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); detailed as a nurse for first part of 1863; wounded in knee, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; July 10, 1864: captured at Frederick, Md.; confined at Fort McHenry, Md., until Oct. 30, 1864, ex­change.

HOLT, J.W.: Co. I (Apr. 12, 1862); discharged from service, Aug. 14,1862.

HOLT, WILLIAM A.: Field & Staff (Aug. 1,1862); apptd. Surgeon at muster; absent sick, Apr.-May, 1863; trfd. to duty In Raleigh, N.C., Dec. 23,1863.

HONAKER, JOHN CRAIG: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); born Feb. 18,1840; tanner; killed at First Manassas, July 21,1861; 6;0", black hair, fair complexion.

HOWARD,          : Co. E (July 14,1862); joined as substitute for James R. Meek; deserted at Richmond, July 15,1862.

HOWARD, J.H.: Co. E (muster date unknown); paroled at Staunton, May 1,1865.

HOWE, JOHN THOMAS: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); born Apr. 21,1842; farmer; Apr. 22,1862: elected 2nd Lt.; shot in knee and taken prisoner, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; exchanged, Jan. 8,1865, at Johnson's island Prison, 0.; returned to duty; surrendered, Apr. 9, 1865, at Appomattox; died Mar. 3,1909. Buried in Radford.

HOWE, SAMUEL S.: Co. E (Sept. 25,1862); promoted to Cpl., Mar. 15,1864; died Aug. 16,1864, at Point Lookout Prison, Md.

HOWELL, LORENZO D.: Co. C (Mar. 13,1862); captured at the Wilderness, May 5,1864; died Aug. 21,1864, at Point Look­out Prison, Md.

HUFF, FREDERICK S.: Co. B (Aug. 8,1861); born in 1831; farmer; listed as AWOL in Apr., 1862, and again in May, 1863; detailed in Dec, 1863, as a guard at Montgomery Springs Hospital; took oath of allegiance, Apr. 1,1865;  5' 10", black eyes, black hair, dark complexion; died in 1901. Buried In Christiansburg.

HUFF, JAMES E.: Co. B (Aug. 18, 1861); died May 10,1863, of wounds received May 3 at Chancellorsville.

HUGHES, ANDREW S.: Co. E (Mar. 17, 1862); hospitalized in Lynchburg In Apr., 1862; died Aug. 25, 1862, in Charlot­tesville of chronic diarrhea.

HUGHES, JOHN D.: Co. C (Nov. 26,1863); listed as AWOL shortly after muster; surrendered at Appomattox, Apr. 9,1865.

HUGHES, WILLIAM: Co. I (Apr. 12, 1862); recorded as a deserter after Nov. 27,1862.

HULL, JOHN N.: Co. D (July 31,1861); captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; paroled, Mar. 10,1865, at Elmira Prison, N.Y.

HUMPHRIES, JAMES H.: Co. G (Oct. 29,1864); born Apr. 10,1624, in Roanoke County; farmer; hospitalized, Nov. 3,1864; died Apr. 12,1911. Buried in Christiansburg.

HURD, IRA T.: Co.-B (Jan. 13, 1864); present through at least May, 1864.

HURT, JOSEPH HOLSTON: Co. A (Apr. 17, 1861); born Nov. 20, 1832; merchant; 2nd Lt from muster until May, 1831, appointment by Gov. Letcher as Commissioner of Revenue; died Mar. 20,1880. Buried in Wytheville.

HUTTON, ABRAHAM A.: Co. D (July 30,1861); 39; farmer; detailed as a teamster in Nov., 1861; discharged from service, Apr. 24,1862;  5'10", blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion.

HUTTON, GARDNER D.: Co. I (Mar. 3,1862); 25; farmer; trfd. to company from Rockbridge Artillery; Sept. 26,1862: dis­charged from service; 5'10", black eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

HUTTON, JOHN L.: Co. D (July 30,1861); detailed to pioneer corps, Dec 20,1862; killed at Monocacy, Md., July 9,1864.

HYDE, THOMAS INGLIS: Co. H (Oct. 20, 1864); present through at least Jan., 1865.

HYLTON, WILLIAM H.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 33; farmer; in charge of Col. Preston's horses, Apr-Dec, 1861; on detached service at home, Jan. Feb., 1862; discharged from the army, July 22,1862, as being overage; 5'11", blue eyes, dark hair, light complexion.

HYMON, SAMUEL B.: Co. E (Sept. 1,1861); trfd. to company from 28th Virginia; elected 1st Sgt., Apr. 22,1862; captured at Payne's Farm, Nov. 27,1863; exchanged, Mar. 28, 1864, at Old Capitol Prison, D.C.

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