4th Infantry Regiment

Surnames W-Z

WADE, HAMILTON DAVID: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); born May 27,1836; farmer; 1st Sgt. at muster; promoted to 2nd Lt., Apr. 22,1862, and to 1st Lt., July 1,1862; wounded, Aug. 28,1862, at Groveton; absent remainder of the year; promoted to Capt., May 3,1863; severely wounded in shoulder, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; returned to duty, Feb. 24,1864; sur­rendered at Appomattox, Apr. 9, 1865; died May 5, 1908. Buried in Christiansburg.

WADE, HENRY C: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 20; salesman; trfd. to the 54th Virginia, Nov. 11, 1861.

WADE, JAMES MONTAGUE: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); born Feb. 19, 1824; clerk; apptd. 1st Lt. and regimental adjutant at muster; resigned from service In Nov., 1863, because of ill health; died Nov. 6,1873. Buried in Christiansburg.

WADE, JOHN CROW: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); born Mar. 3, 1829; deputy clerk; 2nd Lt. at muster; promoted to Capt., Sept. 12, 1861; discharged from service, Apr. 17, 1862; died Feb. 27, 1889. Buried in Christiansburg.

WADE, JOHN T.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 21; salesman; on detached service with C.S. Ordnance Dept. through 1861; became Lt. and Adjutant of the 34th Virginia Cavalry Bttn., July 1, 1864.

WADE, WILLIAM: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 23; salesman; 3rd Sgt. at muster; elected 2nd Lt., Dec. 4,1861; captured, Mar. 23, 1862, at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5,1862; promoted to 1st Lt. and Adjutant, Oct. 10,1862; wounded in breast and captured, July 10,1864, at Monocacy, Md.; paroled at Fort Delaware Prison, Del., June 17,1865; 5 '8", gray eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

WAINWRIGHT, GEORGE A.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 21; carpenter; Apr. 15, 1862: trfd. to the 7th Virginia Cavalry.

WAINWRIGHT, JOHN FREEMAN: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); born Dec. 24, 1838; carpenter; Sept. 26, 1862-Feb. 11, 1864: Asst. Forage Master of regiment; captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until Mar. 2,1865, exchange; died Jan. 2, 1892. Buried in Pulaski.

WALKER, BENJAMIN PATTERSON: Co. D (Apr. 18,1861); born June 3,1837; laborer; wounded, Mar. 23,1862, at Kerns­town; detailed as a nurse at Emory in Jan., 1864; died Mar. 7, 1906, in Smyth County.

WALKER, JAMES ALEXANDER: Co. C (Apr. 26,1861); born Aug. 27,1832, near Mt. Sidney; Capt. of company at muster; June 30,1861: promoted to Lt. Col. of 13th Virginia; promoted to Brig. Gen. in May, 1863, and assigned command of the Stonewall Brigade; May 12,1864: military career ended when left elbow shattered at Spotsylvania; was a postwar Lt. Governor of Virginia and was twice elected to the U.S. House of Representatives; died Oct. 20, 1901. Buried in Wytheville.

WALL, FRANKLIN: Co. L (July 16,1861); born Nov. 22,1822; acting commissary sgt. until Apr., 1862; detailed as a ward-master in Lynchburg hospital in Sept., 1862; wounded in arm and ankle, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; Aug. 15, 1863: trfd. to the 14th Virginia Cavalry; died Dec. 4, 1901, in Montgomery County.

WALL, JAMES G.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 27; farmer; elected 2nd Lt., Apr. 22,1862; reported as AWOL, Apr. 10,1864; drop­ped from the rolls after May 2, 1864.

WALLACE, ALEXANDER AUGUSTUS: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); born July 13,1831; farmer; July 21, 1861: wounded in hip at First Manassas; discharged from service on surgeon's certificate, Apr. 20, 1862; later served in the Rockbridge Ar­tillery; died Jan. 21, 1921. Buried at Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, Rockbridge County.

WALLACE, MARK S.: Co. L (July 16, 1861); died of pneumonia, Mar. 6, 1862, at Mount Jackson.

WALLACE, MILES C: Co. C (June 19, 1861); 21; laborer; discharged from service in Apr., 1862; later served in the 54th Virginia.

WALLACE, THOMAS P.: Co. D (July 23,1861); born in Scotland; apptd. Cpl., Apr. 18,1862, and Sgt., July 1,1862; sent to Gordonsville hospital, Nov. 29, 1862; discharged from service, Apr. 29, 1863, because of asthma; 5'8", gray eyes, dark hair, fair complexion; died in July, 1870.

WALLACE, WILLIAM P.: Co. H (Apr. 6, 1862); wounded, Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton; killed at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863.

WALLACE, WILLIAM W.: Co. L (Mar. 10,1862); wounded at Sharpsburg, Md., Sept. 17,1862, and at Chancellorsville, May 3,1863; promoted to Cpl., Mar. 11,1864; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; died July 5,1864, at Point Lookout Prison, Md.

WALSH, JAMES: Co. A (Jan. 5, 1863); substitute for J.T. Crockett; deserted, Jan. 6, 1863.

WALSH, R. K.: Co. C, 4th Virginia Infantry.  No further record

WALTHALL, BENJAMIN F.: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); 39; laborer; discharged from service, Feb. 7, 1862, because of rheumatism; Jan. 7, 1865: requested assignment to light duty as a teamster.

WALTHALL, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Co. G (Oct. 14,1864); assigned light duty, Nov. 15,1864; a Jan., 1865, request to be detailed as a farmer received no action.

WALTHALL, D.M.: Co. G (Oct. 14,1864); assigned in Nov., 1864, to hospital duty; present through at least mid-Feb., 1865.

WALTHALL, SILAS L.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 23; teacher; Mar. 23,1862: captured at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5,1862; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y., June 16, 1865; 5'91/2", blue eyes, light hair, florid complexion. Buried in Newbern.

WALTHALL, WILLIAM H.: Co. G (July 16,1861); born in 1836 in Prince Edward County; discharged from service, Apr. 23, 1862; died Oct. 18, 1906, in Roanoke.

WALTON, EDWARD LEE: Co. B (Apr. 16, 1862); substitute for Levi Myers; detailed in Dec, 1862, as a courier; apptd. Quartermaster Sgt., June 20, 1863; Sgt. in charge of forage as of May 17, 1864.

WARD, JAMES: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 18; farmer; May 12,1864: captured at Spotsylvania, exchanged, Sept. 30,1864, and sent to Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, with rheumatism.

WARRICK, FIELDEN KENLEY: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 20; farmer; wounded, Aug. 28,1862, at Groveton; Oct. 21,1863: trfd. to the 8th Virginia Cavalry.

WASKEY, JAMES A.: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); 17; laborer; Cpl. until Apr., 1862, discharge; later served in 14th Virginia Cavalry and 20th Virginia Heavy Artillery Bttn.

WASKEY, WILLIAM C: Co. B (Apr. 18,1861); 36; millwright; discharged from service, Aug. 14,1862, at Lynchburg; served later in 14th Virginia Cavalry.

WATSON, A.J.: Co. E (Jan. 25,1864); trfd. from Bryan's Battery; deserted, Mar. 31, 1864, at Morton's Ford; took oath of allegiance, Apr. 5, 1864.

WATSON, JOHN G.: Co. I (June 8, 1861); 19; student; hospitalized at Winchester and elsewhere, Jan., 1862-Jan., 1864; detailed to Quartermaster Dept. at Lynchburg, Apr. 15, 1864.

WATTERSON, JAMES W.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); born Oct. 7,1839; peddler; Sept. 13,1861: wounded accidentally while on duty; discharged from service, Aug. 1, 1862, on surgeon's certificate; died May 1, 1868. Buried near Lafayette.

WATTERSON, SAMUEL: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); born Oct. 3, 1836; carpenter; Sept. 26, 1862: trfd. to the 14th Virginia Cavalry; died Jan. 2, 1923. Buried near Lafayette.

WATTS, WILLIAM T.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 24; laborer; wounded at Sharpsburg, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; wounded and captured, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; died Aug. 27, 1863, of complications following amputation of left leg.

WAUGH, WILLIAM PEADEN: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 21; merchant; July 21,1861: wounded at First Manassas; discharged from service, Sept. 1, 1861, for disability; died in Grayson County.

WEAVER, LEWIS M., JR.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 21; farmer; Aug. 9, 1862: wounded in ankle at Cedar Mountain; July 3,1863: shot in both legs and captured at Gettysburg; exchanged in Nov., 1863; trfd. to 30th Bttn. Virginia Sharp­shooters, Apr. 7, 1864.

WEBB, HENRY: Co. D (Feb. 7, 1863); captured at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; died at Fort Delaware Prison, Del., Sept. 27,1863, of acute diarrhea. Buried in Finns Point National Cemetery, N.J.

WEBB, JAMES H.: Co. H (July 23, 1861); promoted to 4th Sgt., Nov. 27, 1862; captured, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; exchanged at Fort Delaware Prison, Del., Feb. 18, 1865.

WEBB, JOHN A.: Co. H (Mar. 6, 1862); born in 1843; shot in foot, Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton; Feb. 18, 1863: detailed to hospital duty; returned to company, Nov. 5, 1863; detailed as courier for Gen. Early, Nov. 1, 1864.

WEBB, WILLIAM D.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 23; farmer; on detached service as provost guard through at least Jan., 1862; trfd. to 14th Virginia Cavalry, Sept. 28, 1862.

WEBB, WILLIAM W.: Co. B (Mar. 14, 1862); deserted, Apr. 24, 1862; dropped from the rolls, Dec. 9, 1862.

WEINMER, CHARLES: Co. B (Mar. 14,1862); died May 4,1863, of wounds received the previous day at Chancellorsville.

WEISER, MARTIN: Co. A (Apr. 17, 1861); born Nov. 3, 1837, in Baden, Germany; mechanic; July 21, 1861: wounded at First Manassas; discharged from service, Aug. 8, 1861; died Feb. 26, 1917. Buried in Wytheville.

WELSH, JOHN: Co. I (Oct. 28, 1864); present through at least Jan., 1865.

WESTBROOK, HENRY A.: Co. H (muster date unknown); deserted at Atlanta, Ga.; took amnesty oath in Sept., 1864.

WHEELER, WILLIAM: Co. F (Mar. 20,1862); died of pneumonia, Mar. 14,1863, at General Hospital No. 1, Richmond.

WHISMAN, JOHN P.: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); hospitalized with dislocated knee, Aug., 1862-June, 1863; detailed as am­bulance driver, Sept. 14, 1863; on duty through at least Apr., 1864.

WHITAKER, GEORGE MADISON: Co. L (July 16, 1861); 24; carpenter; elected Cpl., Apr. 23,1862; wounded severely in foot, Nov. 27, 1863, at Payne's Farm; died Dec. 26,1863, at Montgomery Springs Hospital.

WHITAKER, JAMES R.: Co. L (July 16,1861); absent sick in Montgomery County, Aug., 1861, until discharged from ser­vice, July 23, 1862.

WHITE, HUGH AUGUSTUS: Co. I (June 8,1861); born in 1840; student; apptd. Sgt., Sept. 13,1861; elected Capt., Apr. 21, 1862; killed Aug. 30, 1862, at Second Manassas. Buried in Lexington.

WHITE, JAMES JONES: Co. I (June 2,1861); born Nov. 7,1828, in Nottoway County; professor; assigned to company as Capt.; resigned from service, Sept. 6, 1861; died Apr. 29, 1893. Buried in Lexington.

WHITE, THOMAS SPOTTSWOOD: Co. I (Mar. 12,1862); born in 1845 in Charlottesville; trfd. to the 1st Virginia Cavalry, Feb. 4, 1863.

WHITESCARVER, BENJAMIN F.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 35; surveyor; June 6,1861: detailed as Quartermaster Sgt.; apptd. Capt. and Asst. Quartermaster, July 19, 1861.

WHITLEY, REES W.: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until June 27, 1865, parole; 5'10", blue eyes, auburn hair, florid complexion.

WHITLOCK, ROBERT L.: Co. B (Apr. 16, 1862); 17; farmer; captured, July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; exchanged at Fort Delaware Prison, Del., Sept. 30, 1864; 5'10", brown eyes, dark hair, dark complexion.

WHITLOW, HENRY: Co. G (Oct. 29, 1864); assigned to duty as a carpenter in Montgomery County, Feb. 3, 1865.

WHITMORE, A.J.: Co. I (muster date unknown); Sgt. when captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; paroled, June 14,1865, at Elmira Prison, N.Y.

WHITMORE, DAVID: Co. I (Oct. 28, 1864); present through at least Jan. 6, 1865.

WHITMORE, E.: Co. I (muster date unknown); surrendered, Apr. 9, 1865, at Appomattox.

WHITMORE, GEORGE W.: Co. I (Apr. 27,1862); trfd. from Poague's Battery; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; later exchanged at Point Lookout Prison, Md.

WICKHAM, ROBERT L.: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); 21; laborer; Apr. 22, 1862: deserted at Swift Run Gap; dropped from the rolls as a deserter, Dec. 23, 1862.

WILBOURN, WILLIAM ROBERT: Co. I (Oct. 23, 1864); born Apr. 11, 1831, in Granville County, N.C.; Mar. 25,1865: cap­tured at Fort Stedman; confined at Point Lookout, Md., until June 19,1865, parole; 5'5", gray eyes, black hair, dark complexion; died Aug. 25,1905. Buried in Lexington.

WILBURN, JAMES H.: Co. D (Apr. 2, 1862); killed at Kearneysville, W. Va., Oct. 16, 1862.

WILCOX, WILLIAM C: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 18; farmer; Sept. 16, 1862: killed at Sharpsburg, Md.

WILEY, THOMAS: Co. E (muster date unknown); captured, Apr. 3, 1865, in a Richmond hospital; died May 2, 1865, of typhoid fever. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond.

WILHELM, A.M.: Co. I (Apr. 12,1862); assigned to company as a "deserter from the militia;" died July 2,1862, of typhoid fever at Staunton.

WILHELM, SAMUEL H.: Co. I (Apr. 12, 1862); assigned to company from the militia; failed to report until Jan., 1863; captured, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; died at Fort Delaware Prison, Del., Sept. 22,1863, of acute diarrhea. Buried in Finns Point National Cemetery, N.J.

WILLIAMS, ALBERT W.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 28; salesman; July 21,1861: detailed as a nurse; discharged from service, Apr. 17,1862; served thereafter in the 14th Virginia Cavalry until his Jan. 29,1864, transfer back to the 4th Virginia; surrendered at Appomattox, Apr. 9,1865.

WILLIAMS, CHARLES: Co. I (June 2,1861); from Botetourt County; 17; student; discharged from service, Nov. 26,1861.

WILLIAMS, DANIEL WESLEY: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); born Nov. 12,1833; brick-mason; Cpl. at muster; reduced to ranks, Apr. 22, 1862; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; confined at Elmira, N.Y. until Mar. 10,1865, exchange; died Feb. 27, 1907. Buried in Christiansburg.

WILLIAMS, ELIJAH P.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 30; brick-mason; July, 1861-July, 1862: sick in various hospitals and at home; discharged from service, July 23,1862, because of persistent lumbago. Buried in Christiansburg.

WILLIAMS, FAYETTE: Co. L (Apr. 15,1862); joined company after having "deserted the Greene County militia;" deserted the 4th Virginia, Apr. 17, 1862, near New Market.

WILLIAMS, HENRY: Co. A (May 11,1861); 26; laborer; Aug. 28,1862: wounded in knee by shell fragment at Groveton; Oct. 10, 1862: died of "fever and wounds" at General Hospital No. 4, Richmond.

WILLIAMS, HENRY: Co. E (muster date unknown); deserted to the enemy; took oath of allegiance, Apr. 10, 1865, and went north; 25 years of age at pardon; 5'11", hazel eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

WILLIAMS, JAMES E.: Co. A (May 11,1861); 25; tinner; died of typhoid fever in Dec, 1862, at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.

WILLIAMS, JOHN M. (1st): Co. D (Apr. 18,1861); 22; grainer; apptd. 2nd Lt., June 7,1862, and 1st Lt., Aug. 29,1862; shot in right leg and groin, Sept. 17,1862, at Sharpsburg, Md.; Apr. 8,1863: promoted to Capt.; resigned from service, Jan. 14,1864, because of permanent disability.

WILLIAMS, JOHN M. (2nd): Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); 19; laborer; July 21, 1861: arm shattered by gunshot wound at First Manassas; detailed as ambulance driver, Oct. 5,1861; discharged from service, Nov. 16,1861; 5'6", blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

WILLIAMS, MILTON: Co. L (Apr. 15,1862); assigned to the company from the Greene County militia; deserted near New Market, Apr. 17, 1862.

WILLIAMS, S.P.: Co. I (Oct. 23, 1864); surrendered, Apr. 9, 1865, at Appomattox.

WILLIAMS, SAMUEL B.: Co. A (Apr. 24, 1861); 26; laborer; June 6, 1861 Apr., 1862: sick in hospital at Winchester; discharged from service, Apr. 17,1862.

WILLIAMSON, WALKER: Co. G (Nov. 4,1862); captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; died at Elmira Prison, N.Y., Oct. 10, 1864, of acute dysentery. Buried at Elmira.

WILLIS, AMELL: Co. C (Mar. 14,1862); hospitalized in Feb., 1862, with rheumatism; captured, May 5,1864, at the Wilderness; exchanged, Oct. 11, 1864; died Nov. 6, 1864, at Fort Monroe.

WILLIS, DAVID R.: Co. G (Apr. 11,1862); shot in back and right hand, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; returned to duty in Aug.; apptd. Cpl., Apr. 6, 1864; shot in right side, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania.

WILLIS, ELLIOTT: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 32; farmer; Mar. 23,1862: captured at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5,1862; apptd. 3rd Cpl., Dec. 29,1862; promoted to Sgt., Aug. 27,1863; shot in left foot, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; returned to duty, Mar. 11, 1864; captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; died of disease, July 5, 1864, at Point Lookout Prison, Md.

WILLIS, GEORGE A.: Co. G (Apr. 17,1861); 25; laborer; arrested, Aug. 31,1861, for sleeping at his post; apptd. Cpl., Apr. 22,1862; shot in left arm, Dec. 13,1862, at Fredericksburg; promoted to Sgt., Sept. 3,1863; captured, July 10,1864, at Monocacy, Md., after being shot in head; exchanged from Point Lookout Prison, Md., Oct. 30, 1864; assigned thereafter to light guard duty in Richmond; alive in 1900.

WILLIS, SAMUEL A.: Co. G (Sept. 28,1864); severely wounded in thigh and captured at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19,1864; died of wounds at Elmira Prison, N.Y., Nov. 12,1864.

WILLS, ELISHA E.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 22; butcher; May 3,1863: wounded at Chancellorsville; returned to duty, Aug. 25,1863; wounded at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864.

WILLS, JOHN A.: Co. B (Mar. 14,1862); detailed as courier and teamster in reserve ordnance train from Nov. 25, 1862, through at least Apr., 1864.

WILLSON, JOHN E.: Co. I (Oct. 23, 1864); captured, Apr. 3, 1865, at Jackson Hospital, Richmond.

WILMORE, WILLIAM D., JR.: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); born Nov. 19, 1842; saddler; captured at Kernstown, Mar. 23, 1862; exchanged, Aug. 5, 1862; promoted to 1st Sgt., Apr. 4, 1864; wounded, June 2, 1864, at Cold Harbor; died Dec. 12, 1909. Buried in Marion.

WILMOTH, JOHN: Co. B (Aug. 10,1861); surrendered, Apr. 9,1865, at Appomattox.

WILMOTH, WILLIAM A.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 22; laborer; deserted, Sept. 14,1862, at Martinsburg, W. Va.: Jan. 9,1863: reported as returned and awaiting sentence of court-martial; present on duty through at least Apr., 1864.

WILSON, ADAM J.: Co. L (July 16,1861); listed as a nurse in Winchester, Dec. 31,1861); right arm amputated following May 3, 1863, wound at Chancellorsville.

WILSON, CHARLES H.: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); 25; farmer; Apr. 17, 1862: discharged from service.

WILSON, HARVEY J.: Co. G (July 16,1861); wounded, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; returned to duty, Oct. 28,1863; shot in hand, Nov. 27,1863, at Payne's Farm; returned to duty, Jan. 6,1864; captured, May 12,1864, at Spotsylvania; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until June 27, 1865, parole; 5'8", blue eyes, auburn hair, fair complexion.

WILSON, HARVEY L., JR.: Co. I (June 2,1861); from Augusta County; 20; student; killed July 21,1861, at First Manassas.

WILSON, JOHN BERRY: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 29; farmer; July 21,1861: wounded at First Manassas; June 1,1862-Aug. 25, 1863: detailed as ambulance driver for Surg. McGuire; "gunshot finger" amputated following Nov. 27, 1863, wound at Payne's Farm; May 12,1864: captured at Spotsylvania; exchanged in Feb., 1865, at Elmira Prison, N.Y.

WILSON, JOHN H.: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 18; farmer; detailed in Sept., 1862, as commissary at Winchester hospital; shot in hand, July 3,1863, at Gettysburg; May 12,1864: captured at Spotsylvania; exchanged at Elmira Prison, N.Y., Oct. 29,1864; surrendered, Apr. 9, 1865, at Appomattox.

WILSON, JOHN M.: Co. H (Oct. 20, 1864); present through at least Jan., 1865.

WILSON, JOHN THOMPSON: Co. I (June 8, 1861); born Sept. 13, 1838; teacher; Aug. 30, 1862: wounded at Second Manassas; wounded again, May 3,1863, at Chancellorsville; Feb. 10,1865: trfd. to Invalid Corps; assigned to post du­ty in Lexington, Mar. 3, 1865; died June 12, 1899. Buried in Lexington.

WILSON, SAMUEL P.: Co. H (Apr. 20, 1861); 24; farmer; killed at First Manassas, July 21, 1861.

WILSON, THOMAS J.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 21; teacher; 4th Cpl. at muster; promoted to 1st Sgt., Apr. 20,1862; slightly wounded, July 1,1862, at Malvern Hill and Aug. 28,1862, at Groveton; killed Sept. 17,1862, at Sharpsburg, Md. Buried at Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, Rockbridge County.

WILSON, WILLIAM N.: Co. I (June 2,1861); 18; student; Mar. 23,1862: captured at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5,1862; listed as a deserter after Nov. 27,1862.

WIMBUSH, JAMES STOVALL: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); deserted, June 13,1862; later served In the 14th Virginia Cavalry.

WINFREY, JOHN: Co. B (Mar. 14, 1862); died Aug. 30, 1862, of wounds received Aug. 28 at Groveton.

WINFREY, MARVELL: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); 20; laborer; July 3, 1863: captured at Gettysburg; took oath of allegiance, Jan. 25, 1864, at Point Lookout Prison, Md., and joined U.S. Army.

WITHERS, FRANCIS MARION: Co. I (Oct. 24,1864); AWOL after Jan. 6, 1865.

WITHERS, JAMES E.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 20; farmer; wounded, July 21,1861, at First Manassas; Oct. 31,1862: listed as a deserter and dropped from the rolls; returned to the regiment, Mar. 13,1864, after court-martial sentence; May 18, 1864: captured near Spotsylvania; exchanged, Mar. 2, 1865; thereafter in Jackson Hospital, Richmond, suffering from debility.

WITHROW, JOHN E.: Co. H (Apr. 20,1861); 24; laborer; deserted at Louisa Courthouse, July 15,1862; dropped from the rolls in Oct., 1862; later served in the 14th Virginia Cavalry.

WITT, WILLIAM E.: Co, H (Apr. 20,1861); 21; druggist; promoted, Apr. 20,1862, to Cpl.; Aug. 8,1862: detailed as a nurse; reduced to ranks, Jan. 1,1863; returned to duty with regiment, May 25,1863; captured, Nov. 7,1863, at Kelly's Ford; exchanged, Feb. 24, 1865, at Point Lookout Prison, Md.; living in Newport News in 1906.

WOLF, JOSEPH: Co. D (Feb. 7, 1863); conscript; wounded, May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville; recuperated at home through Dec, 1863; present until hospitalized, Jan. 1, 1865.

WOLFE, ANDREW J.: Co. D (July 31, 1861); guarded baggage at Charlottesville, Oct. 31-Dec. 9, 1862; shot in right hip, Dec. 13,1862, at Fredericksburg; May 12,1864: captured at Spotsylvania after being shot in arm and shoulder; parol­ed at Elmira Prison, N.Y., June 30, 1865; 5'8", gray eyes, light hair, fair complexion.

WOLFE, LAFAYETTE: Co. D (July 31, 1861); AWOL in Dec, 1863; hospitalized in June, 1864, with diarrhea; on duty through at least Jan., 1865; died in 1910. Buried in Marion.

WOLFE, SAMPSON E.: Co. D (Apr. 18,1861); 30; carpenter; died Aug, 23,1861, in Charlottesville of wounds received July 21 at First Manassas.

WOLFE, SYLVESTER J.: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); present on duty through Dec, 1864.

WOLFE, THOMAS J.: Co. D (Apr. 18,1861); 24; carpenter; Aug. 31,1861: detailed to hospital as a nurse; July 3,1863: cap­tured at Gettysburg; died at Fort Delaware Prison, Del., Sept. 12,1863, of "remittent fever." Buried in Finns Point Na­tional Cemetery, N.J.

WOOD, WILLIAM: Co. C (muster date unknown); took oath of allegiance, May 11,1865; 5'4", blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion.

WOOD, WILLIAM JAMES: Co. A (Mar. 10,1862); born Nov. 25,1841; shot in foot and captured, Aug. 28,1862, at Groveton; paroled, Oct. 8, 1862; shot in right leg near Petersburg in Mar., 1865; died Mar. 14, 1902. Buried at Draper's Valley Presbyterian Church, Pulaski County.

WOODS, JAMES WATSON: Co. I (July 5, 1861); from Buckingham County; student; Mar. 23, 1862: captured at Kerns­town; exchanged, Aug. 5, 1862; discharged from service, Jan. 26, 1863, after furnishing a substitute.

WOODS, JOSEPH: Co. B (Apr. 16, 1862); trfd. to 5th Virginia, Jan. 8, 1863.

WOOLFORD, JOHN L.: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); apptd. regimental drummer soon after muster; present through at least Dec, 1864.

WOOLFORD, WILLIAM H.: Co. A (Mar. 10, 1862); leg amputated at groin after May 3, 1863, wound at Chancellorsville; died July 13, 1863, in Richmond from effects of wound.

WOOLWINE, CHARLES CARROL: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); born in 1840; salesman; Jan.-Feb., 1862: doing extra duty as ammunition guard; Apr. 30-Oct. 31,1862: detailed as commissary sgt.; AWOL during Dec, 1862; shot in right cheek, May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville; Sept. 16, 1863: dropped from the rolls as a deserter; yet records show him serving later in 14th Virginia Cavalry; died in 1912. Buried in Pearisburg.

WOOLWINE, JOHN D.: Co. C (Apr. 17,1861); 22; farmer; killed July 21,1861, at First Manassas; 6 '0", blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion.

WRIGHT, CREED L.: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 19; farmer; reported missing after Sept. 17, 1862, battle of Sharpsburg, Md.; listed as a deserter after Dec. 9, 1862.

WRIGHT, FIELDING: Co. F (Apr. 14, 1861); 23; farmer; May 23, 1862: captured at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5, 1862; wounded, May 3, 1863, at Chancellorsville; Jan.-Apr., 1864: detailed as a teamster for the Stonewall Brigade.

WRIGHT, GEORGE W.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 19; farmer; Apr. 23,1862; deserted at Swift Run Gap; later served in the 14th Virginia Cavalry.

WRIGHT, JACOB: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 25; farmer; Oct. 10,1861: detailed as a nurse in a Richmond hospital; discharged from service, Nov. 11, 1861, because of disability.

WRIGHT, JAMES C: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 21; farmer; 2nd Cpl. at muster; wounded, Mar. 23,1862, at Kernstown; died of wounds at Lynchburg, July 4, 1862.

WRIGHT, JAMES G.: Co. B (Oct. 11,1861); apptd. Sgt., Apr. 22, 1862; shot in side, Aug. 28, 1862, at Groveton; deserted Montgomery Springs Hospital, Dec. 23, 1863; listed on rolls as a deserter after Apr. 8, 1864.

WRIGHT, JAMES H.: Co. F (Mar. 20,1862); detached for hospital duty in Richmond, Feb. 17,1863; returned to regiment, July 3, 1863; wounded and captured, Feb. 6, 1864, at Morton's Ford; died of wounds, Apr. 22, 1864, at Kalorama Hospital, D.C.

WRIGHT, JOHN W.: Co. F (Sept. 5, 1861); captured, Mar. 23,1862, at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; exchanged, Mar. 17, 1864, at Point Lookout Prison, Md.; died Apr. 22, 1864, at Kalorama Hospital, D.C, of smallpox. Buried at Cromer's Rock.

WRIGHT, RICHARD E.: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); 32; tailor; Oct. 11, 1861: discharged from service in Richmond.

WRIGHT, STEPHEN C: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 18; farmer; Aug. 29,1861: died at Centreville of "congestion of the lungs."

WRIGHT, STEPHEN L.: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 21; farmer; Feb. 15,1862: detailed as a teamster; deserted, Aug. 20,1862, at Gordonsville.

WRIGHT, THEODORE F.: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); born in Franklin County; 22; merchant; July 21, 1861: wounded at First Manassas; died of complications, July 25, 1861, at Charlottesville while en route home. Buried in Shawsville.

WRIGHT, WILEY R.: Co. F (Mar. 20,1862); Aug. 24,1862-June 30,1863: sick in hospital; listed as a deserter as of Aug. 31, 1863.

WRIGHT, WILLIAM: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 24; farmer; captured, Mar. 23, 1862, at Kernstown; exchanged, Aug. 5, 1862; listed as a deserter, Mar. 2, 1863, after he failed to return to duty.

WRIGHT, WILLIAM FRANCIS: Co. B (Apr. 18, 1861); apptd. Sgt., Sept. 14, 1861, and promoted to 3rd Lt., Apr. 21,1862; shot in leg, Nov. 27, 1863, at Payne's Farm; Jan. 1, 1865: resigned from service.

WRIGHT, WILLIAM J.: Co. F (Apr. 24, 1861); 19; farmer; Feb. 15, 1862: detailed as a teamster; trfd. to the 8th Virginia Cavalry, Oct. 31, 1862.

WRIGHT, WILLIAM J.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 18; farmer; hospitalized in Oct., 1861, at Charlottesville with cough and diarrhea; discharged from service in Nov., 1861; later served in the 14th Virginia Cavalry.

WYANT, JOHN: Co. A (muster date unknown); May 19, 1865: paroled at Charlottesville.

WYATT, ARCHALOUS: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 20; farmer; deserted at Swift Run Gap, Apr. 23,1862; later served in the 14th Virginia Cavalry.

WYGAL, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. D (Apr. 18, 1861); 23; farmer; July-Dec, 1861: sick in various hospitals; present thereafter until Oct., 1864, when hospitalized again.

WYGAL, JAMES S.: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); 30; lawyer; discharged from service, Apr. 17, 1862.

WYGAL, JOHN C: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); 39; farmer; discharged from service, Apr. 17, 1862; died of tuberculosis near Dublin.

WYGAL, JOSEPH B.. Co. C (Mar. 15, 1862); AWOL: Oct.-Dec, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, after suffering contusion of leg; exchanged, Feb. 13, 1865, at Point Lookout Prison, Md.

WYGAL, THOMAS JEFFERSON: Co. D (Sept. 30, 1862); hospitalized at Staunton, Nov. 10, 1862-Dec 3, 1863, with "disease of the heart;" detailed thereafter as a nurse in Staunton; on duty through 1864.

WYNN, JOSIAH: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); born Aug. 15,1825; farmer; July 21, 1861: killed at First Manassas. Buried near Elk Creek.

WYSONG, LAFAYETTE R.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); captured, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania; confined at Elmira, N.Y., until Oct. 29, 1864, exchange.

WYSONG, WILLIAM H.: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); hospitalized, Sept. 17, 1862; listed thereafter as a deserter.

YEAROUT, JOHN: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); 23; farmer; July 5, 1863: captured after being left at Gettysburg as a nurse; exchanged from David's Island Prison, N.Y., Mar. 21,1864; captured at Spotsylvania, May 12,1864; paroled, Aug. 1,

1865, at Elmira Prison, N.Y.; 5’ 6” hazel eyes, dark hair, dark complexion.

YINGLING, WILLIAM D.: Co. G (Apr. 17, 1861); born in 1843; farmer; Apr. 15, 1862: trfd. to the 14th Virginia Cavalry; returned to 4th Virginia in Nov., 1864; hospitalized, Jan. 25, 1865, in Richmond; captured, Apr. 3, 1865; took oath of allegiance at Richmond, Apr. 24, 1865.

YONCE, WILLIAM: Co. I (Oct. 28, 1864); on duty through at least Apr., 1864.

YONTS, ALFRED: Co. F (Mar. 20, 1862); died of disease in June, 1862, at Harrisonburg.

YOUNTS, DAVID: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 26; farmer; Oct. 20,1861: hospitalized in Richmond; discharged from service, Nov. 1,1861, because of chronic rheumatism.

YONTS, JAMES C: Co. F (Apr. 24,1861); 20; blacksmith; detailed in Mar., 1863, as regimental blacksmith; captured, Feb. 6,1864, at Morton's Ford; confined at Fort Delaware, Del., until June 21,1865, parole; 5' 7", dark eyes, hair and complexion.

YONTS, STEPHEN R.: Co. F (June 13, 1861); 23; farmer; June 16, 1862: discharged from service for disability.

ZEIGLER, ADOLPHUS: Co. E (Apr. 18,1861); 37; cabinet-maker; hospitalized, Oct. 5,1861; discharged from service, Feb. 18, 1862, because of "crushed ankle joint."

ZIRKLE, JOHN W.: Co. C (Apr. 17, 1861); 24; shoemaker; discharged from service, Apr. 17, 1862.

ZIRKLE, SAMUEL H.: Cc. C (Apr. 17,1861); 21; shoemaker; July 21,1861: wounded at First Manassas; apptd. Cpl., Apr. 17, 1862, but resigned rank, Sept. 1,1862; detached as teamster in corps ordnance train, Dec. 9,1862; on duty through at least Apr., 1864.

ZOLMAN, MADISON: Co. H (Oct. 20,1864); left leg shattered by bullet, Feb. 9,1865, at Petersburg; died of wounds, Mar. 20, 1865, at Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond. Buried In Lexington.

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