Some Civil War Soldiers
of Calhoun County

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Following is a listing of some of the Civil War soldiers of Calhoun County. Where known, soldiers are identified by which side they supported. "Union" is used to identify troops of the Grand Army of the Republic and "C.S.A." identifies troops of the Confederate States of America.

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Published June 7, 1998 -- Approximately 55 new records, as well as additional information for existing records, were submitted by SANDRA JARRETT. NORMA KNOTTS SHAFFER contributed 25 additional records.

Sources for new information:

Osborne, Randall and Weaver, Jeffrey C. The Virginia State Rangers and State Line. 1st ed. The Virginia Regimental Histories Series. Lynchburg, Va.: H. E. Howard, Inc., 1994.

Driver, Robert J., Jr. 14th Virginia Cavalry. 2nd ed. The Virginia Regimental Histories Series. Lynchburg, Va.: H. E. Howard, Inc., 1988.

Armstrong, Richard L. 19th and 20th Virginia Cavalry. 1st. ed. The Virginia Regimental Histories Series. Lynchburg, Va.: H. E. Howard, Inc., 1994.


ALLEN, Joseph T., Private, born 2 May 1838, Hampshire Co., died 31 July 1915, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery. Enlisted 16 Feb. 1865, discharged 30 June 1865, Company E, 17th West Virginia Vol. Infantry. Union.

AMOS, Rowley W., Private, Company E, 10th West Virginia Infantry, and Company G, 10th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1861, discharged 1865. Union.

ANDERSON, Nathaniel, Private, born 1830, died 30 July 1892, buried Lamb Cemetery. Enlisted 30 Dec. 1861, Company A, 3rd Regt., West Virginia Cavalry. Listed as deserted at Camp Parole, Annapolis, Md., 18 Jan. 1863. Union.

ARNOLD, John A., Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Va. 28 Sep. 1843. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Presence or absence not stated January to February 1863. Present 30 April 1863. Captured in Calhoun Co., Va. 12 Jan. 1864 as deserter. Sent to Wheeling. Age 20, 5' 8", pale complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair, farmer, Calhoun Co., Va. Transferred to Camp Chase. Took oath and released 8 Feb. 1865. Farmer, Age 27, Washington Township, 1870 Calhoun Co. Census. Died 5 Nov. 1927. Buried in Walnut Church Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. (23' West of Mary E. Johnson's grave). C.S.A.

ASHBY, James, Private, Company K, 39th WSC Troops. Enlisted July 1864, discharged 1865.

AYERS, Adolphus B., Private, born 1843, died 1918, buried Nobe Cemetery. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

AYERS, Michael, an original Company C recruit; later Major, commanding company at its surrender. Union.

AYERS, Salem V., Private, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry, captured at Bulltown 13 Oct. 1863. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, discharged 1864. Wife, Lucy E., receiving $8.00 per month widows pension on 1883 Pension Roll; address, White Pine. Union.

BADGET, Shadrach A., Private, born Augusta Co., Va., 27 Mar. 1828, died 12 June 1900, buried Clark Jarvis farm cemetery, White Oak. Enlisted 1 Jan. 1862, Company G, 9th Regt., West Virginia Volunteer Infantry, for three years. Re-enlisted in Company E, lst Regt., West Virginia Vet. Volunteer Infantry. Discharged 25 July 1865. Wounded 9 May 1864 at Cloyd's Mountain. Union.

BAILEY, A. J., 3rd Lieutenant, Company E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. C.S.A.

BAILEY, Addison H., 1st Lieutenant, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born Logan Co., Va. 29 Dec. 1844. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862 as 2nd Lieutenant. Presence or absence not stated January to February 1863. Present Saltville with 21 men 22 Apr 1863. Captured in Calhoun Co., Va. 13 Jan. 1864. Sent to Wheeling. Age 19, 5' 9 1/2", fair complexion, gray eyes, dark hair, residence in Calhoun Co., Va. Transferred to Camp Chase and Ft. Delaware. Probably 1st Lieutenant while prisoner of war 26 May 1864. Released 16 June 1865. Farmer, age 25, Washington Township, Calhoun County 1870 Census. Died 1935. Buried in Tariff Cemetery, Roane Co., W.Va. Member of R. E. Lee Camp 887, Confederate Veterans. Residence Tariff, W.Va. 1915. C.S.A.

BAILEY, Carr, Son of Joseph Bailey. Buried in unmarked grave beside Mr. and Mrs. Governor Wise Clark in Liberty Hill Cemetery. Born 16 Apr. 1837, died 25 May 1924. Union.

BAILEY, Dodridge E., Sergeant, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born Fauquier Co., Va. 4 May 1835. Age 25, Arnoldsburg, Calhoun Co., 1860 Census. Enlisted Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862 as Private. Absent in charge of horses January to April 1863. Captured in Calhoun Co., Va. 14 January 1864. Sent to Wheeling. Age 30, 5' 11", dark complexion, brown hair, farmer residing in Calhoun Co. Transferred to Camp Chase. Took oath and released 17 Jan. 1865. 27th Regt. Virginia Infantry. Farmer, age 35, Washington Township, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. Died 23 Feb. 1893. Buried in Bailey Cemetery. Brother of William A. Bailey. Son of John Bailey. Nephew of James H. and William W. Bailey. C.S.A.

BAILEY, James Harvey, 1st Lieutenant, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 June (?) 1862 as 5th Sergeant. Absent on detached duty January and February 1863. Born 5 Mar. 1818, died 23 Feb. 1863. Killed in action on Blown Timber 23 Feb. 1863 by Home Guards. Was shot in the yard at his home, then shot a second time in his wife's arms as she begged them not to shoot him again. Buried in the Bailey Cemetery on Allan Tizer farm. Father of Addison Howard Bailey, brother of William W. Bailey. C.S.A.

BAILEY, William A., Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Mercer Co., Va. 1839. Farmer, age 22, Calhoun Co. Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co. 26 Sep. 1862. Presence or absence not stated January to February 1863. Present 30 April 1863 and 20 Sep. 1864. Captured at Cedarville 12 Nov. 1864. Sent to Point Lookout. Released 5 June 1865. Farmer, age 33, Washington Township, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. Buried in Minnora Cemetery (16' North of Samuel T. Isenhart's grave). Brother of Dodridge Bailey. Son of John Bailey. Nephew of James H. and William W. Bailey. C.S.A.

BAILEY, William W. (H.), [See PHOTO], 2nd Sergeant, Co. E/F, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born Tazewell Co., Va. 10 June 1816. Enlisted at Minnora, Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Absent in charge of horses January to April 1863. Served as Sergeant orderly of Company F, afterwards forage master for regiment. Participated in battles at Winchester, Gettysburg, twice at Brandy Station, Cloyd's Mountain, Bulltown, and numerous skirmishes. Discharged 12 Sep 1863 (had only one arm). Paroled at Charleston 25 May 1865, age 48, 5' 11", dark complexion, blue eyes, gray hair. Farmer, age 53, Washington Township, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. Died 28 Oct. 1897. Buried in Bailey Cemetery, Joe Bailey Farm, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

BALL, Emery (Emory, Emerey) Madison, 4th Sergeant, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Private Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Calhoun (Lewis) Co.1841-1843. Age 17, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Enlisted in 20th Virginia Cavalry, Company H, at Camp Northwest, W.Va. on 1 June 1863. Elected 1st Lieutenant 4 June 1863. Commanding Company H, 2 Oct. 1863. Absent in arrest 31 Oct. 1863-31 Aug. 1864. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864) in arrest. Absent 15 Dec. 1864, listed as prisoner of war since 31 Oct. 1863. Deserted. Reported to U.S. Forces 25 Dec. 1864, took the oath of allegiance and gave his bond. He lived in Center District, Calhoun County. Age 27, farmer, Center District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 39, farmer, Center District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Cenus. He died in 1918 and is buried in Sand Ridge Cemetery, W.Va. (9' South of Perry Hall's grave). C.S.A.

BALL, Franklin, killed in 1861 while acting as a scout on Bear Fork of Steer Creek.

BALL, J., led a band of Home Guards through Calhoun Co., father of Thomas, John, George, and Emery. Union.

BALL, Jasper, Private, born 25 Dec. 1829, Harrison Co., Va., died 29 June 1906, buried Sycamore Cemetery, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

BALL, John M., Private, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. Union.

BANUER, Josiah, Private, Company C, 11th Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1862, discharged 1864. Union.

BARNES, Bennett J., Private, Company S, 10th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1861, discharged 1865. Union.

BARNES, William, Private, in Capt. Jacob Clammer's Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, was enrolled 10 Nov. 1861, discharged 24 Dec. 1865 at Cumberland, Maryland. Was born in Allegany Co., Md., age 39 when discharged, 6' tall, fair complexion, gray eyes, brown hair, occupation--farmer. Union.

BARNHOUSE, T. John, Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1 Mar. 1862, died of disease. Union.

BARR, Alfred, [See PHOTO], Private, born 25 Sept. 1839, enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th West Virginia Regt. Left to die on battlefield at Winchester, Va., 25 July 1864. Was nursed back to life by the kind hands of Southern women. When able, was taken to Libby Prison where he was exchanged and taken to hospital at Annapolis, Md. Union.

BASTRUG, Peter P., Company G, 7th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1865, discharged 30 Jan. 1865. Union.

BEALL, Henderson, Private, born Lewis Co., Va. Enlisted at Arnoldsburg 18 Aug. 1862 for three years. Captured 19 Oct. 1864 at Cedar Creek, Va. Died at Pine Bottom, Calhoun Co., 11 Oct. 1865 of chronic disease contracted in service, buried Big Bend Cemetery, Company C, 11th West Virginia Regt. of Volunteers. Discharged 1865. Wife, Leah Bell, receiving $8.00 per month widows pension on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

BEALL, John M., Private, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry, mustered 21 Sept. 1862, born 28 Apr. 1830, Lewis Co., died Sept. 1883, buried Rogers Cemetery. Union.

BEALL, Townsend, Private, mustered 22 Dec. 1863, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

BEE, Stennett, Sergeant, born 1830, died 1923, buried Bee Cemetery. Company I (or J), 6th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 16 Feb. 1865, discharged 10 June 1865. Union.

BEGES, George W., Private, Company B, 85th Pennsylvania Infantry. Enlisted Oct. 1861, discharged Feb. 1864. Union.

BELL, James W., Private, Company A, 1st Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1861, discharged 1863. C.S.A.

BELL, John M., Private, Co. D, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1829. Enlisted at Lewisburg 1 Apr. 1864. Farmer, age 41, Center Township, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. C.S.A.

BELL, Towney, buried Hur Cemetery (10' North of R. W. Bell's grave). C.S.A.

BELT, Hedgman, second Lieutenant, born in Harrison County, 16 Mar. 1833. Enlisted Aug. 1862, discharged 14 June 1865, Company B, 15th West Virginia Infantry. Was in eleven battles. Buried Belt Cemetery, Wirt Co., W.Va. Union.

BELT, Jasper N., Served in Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 8 May 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. "Absent without leave or dead" per 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private, Co. A., 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Wirt Co., W.Va. about 1843. He appears on postwar rosters only which show he is a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 27, farmer, Sheridan District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. C.S.A.

BENNETT, Nathan, scouted with Jacob P. Starcher. (There is a N. O. Bennett buried Wright Cemetery, no dates.) C.S.A.

BENNETT, William G., captured with Peter Starcher. Acted as Captain of a squad of men at Glenville. C.S.A.

BERKHOUSE, Benjamin, Private.

BETH, John R., Private.

BIGLER, George W., Private.

BILLFIE, Private.

BISHOP, John, Private, Company I, 53rd Kentucky Infantry. Enlisted 1864, discharged 1865. Union.

BLAIR, Lindsey, born 11 Sept. 1837, Greenup, Ky., died Clarksburg, W.Va., 6 Oct. 1930. He was a son of Jeremiah and Ruschia Mullin Blair. He enlisted in 1861 at Burning Springs in Company K of 2nd West Virginia Infantry, serving under Capt. Andrew Grubb. Soon after the "Philippi races," 3 June 1861 he was in the Laurel Hill and the skirmish at Corrick's Ford, north of Elkins, where Gen. Robert S. Garnett, Confederate general, was killed. Blair took part in thirty-seven engagements, many important battles along the Greenbrier River, was in the Richmond and Potomac campaigns. Captured at Jackson River in Virginia, he was imprisoned at Andersonville Prison for twelve months, suffering exposure to the weather, thirst, starvation, and inhumane treatment. He said he lived on a pint of cornmeal a day in the prison. At the end of the year he was transferred to Belle Island Prison on the James River in Virginia, where he remained for four months and until the end of the war. Men froze to death, he said, in that prison. Mustered out at Wheeling he returned home and married Sarah Johnson and they had six sons and daughters; after her death he married Frona Deems, daughter of Isaiah and Harriet Nutter Deems and they had ten children. Union.

BLAKE, John T., Private, born 18 Dec. 1829, died 10 June 1911, buried Mount Zion Cemetery. Enlisted 10 Sept. 1862, Company F, 15th West Virginia Infantry, discharged 14 June 1865. Union.

BLAND, Henry H., Private, born 15 Apr. 1841, Richland Co., Ohio, died at Howard, Okla., 6 May 1907, buried Bethlehem Cemetery, Calhoun Co. Enrolled 14 Oct. 1861 at Wheeling, Va., Company K, lst Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Honorably discharged at Wheeling on 28 Nov. 1864, 20 years, 5'10', sandy complexion, black eyes, dark hair. Contracted typhoid fever in June 1862, which resulted in rheumatism, heart and back problems. Was treated in hospitals at Alexandria, Va., Point Lookout near Washington, D.C. Married Perie Ann Renner at Greene Co., Pa., 31 Dec. 1865, children: Martha, Susan, Mary, Lorney, Clara, Andrew J., Rachel, James, Virginia, Levi, and Arthur. Union.

BOGGS, William H., Private, Company B, 11th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted Nov. 1862, discharged 1864. Union.

BONER, Amos, (See BUNNER, Amos), [See PHOTO].

BONER, Ferrell D., Private, born Monongalia Co., Va., mustered 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

BONER, Hiram, Private, born 1839, Marion Co., buried Freed Cemetery. Enlisted 27 Aug. 1862, discharged Feb. 1863, due to disability. Company H, 12th West Virginia Infantry. Union. (This name also spelled Bunner.) [According to the 1864 WV Adjutant General's Report, Hyram/Hiram Bonar, 29, born in Marion County, was in the 12th Infantry, 27 Aug 1862-Feb 1863, at which time he was honorably discharged on account of disability. -- At age 33, he mustered in with Company "B" of the 17th Inf on 30 Aug 1864. The 1864 Adjutant General's Report of his record in the 17th Infantry states: "Served 9 months in 12th Inf. Honorably Discharged." ]

BONER, James, Private, mustered 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry, born 1845. Union.

BONER, Jonah, born 1843, buried Freed Cemetery. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, discharged 16 June 1865, captured at Cedar Creek, Va., 19 Oct. 1864, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

BONER, Robert, Private, born 1820, Monongalia Co., Va., Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

BONER, Valentine, Private, born 1841, Monongalia Co., Va., Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

BOOHER, Peter M., Private, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery. Enlisted 24 Dec. 1863, discharged Feb. 1864, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Wounded in head, lost sight. Union.

BOURNE, John S., Private, born 1843, buried in Metz Cemetery (4' North of Laura L. Bourne's grave). Mustered 25 Aug. 1862, Company F, 1st Regt., Veterans Infantry. Came home, had typhoid, war ended before his return. Union.

BOURNE, William, Private, born 1840, Elmira, Braxton Co., was nearly killed when his hat was struck with sword as he jumped a fence. Mustered 25 Aug. 1862, Company F, 1st Regt., Veterans Infantry. Union.

BOWER, Oliver P., Private, born 3 Sept. 1841, Marion Co., Va., died 11 Dec. 1919, buried in Big Bend Cemetery. Company F, 7th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Substituted for L. C. Elliott. Believed also served Company B, 2nd West Virginia Infantry, May 1861 to July 1865. Receiving $4.00 per month pension for injury to left knee on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Brooksville. Union.

BOYERS, James, born 31 Mar. 1831, Greenbrier Co., died 11 Apr. 1921 (or 1929) buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery (2' East of Joseph Summers' grave). C.S.A.

BOYLES, Daniel, Private, disability. Ague.

BOYLES, David A., Sergeant, Company F, 15th West Virginia Infantry, born 1831 or 1834, Randolph Co., Va., died 19 Aug. 1889, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery. Union.

BRAKE, Jerome L. D., Private, 10th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1864, discharged 1865. Union.

BRANNON, Abraham H., Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1845. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Absent on detached duty in Calhoun Co. January to February 1863. Present 30 April 1863. Deserted July 1863. Captured in Calhoun Co. 14 Jan. 1864. Sent to Wheeling. Age 21, 5' 8", florid complexion, gray eyes, brown hair, farmer, Calhoun Co., Va. Transferred to Camp Chase. Took oath and released 9 Jan. 1865. Illiterate. C.S.A.

BRANNON, Henry, Co. A., 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Nov. 1862 in Nicholas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A., 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born 15 Sep. 1831 in Jackson Co., W.Va. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W. Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Witnessed the killing of Alva L. Laughlin, Union soldier, by Confederate soldiers in Pocahontas Co. on or about the 24th day of July 1863. Deserted. Captured 30 Oct. 1863 in Calhoun Co. Confined at the Atheneum Prison 20 Nov. 1863. Transferred to Camp Chase 20 Nov. 1863. Confined at Camp Chase 21 Nov 1863. Desires to take the oath of allegiance 10 June 1864. Statement at Camp Chase 25 Jan. 1865 lists his age as 33 and from Calhoun County. He says he went to the store of Absalom Knotts (a rebel recruiting officer) who tried to persuade him to enlist in his company. Brannon refused and went home. Several days later he was taken by a guard of three men and sent to Monroe Co., W.Va. Deserted during the night of 30 Oct. 1863 and went home. Asks now that he be released. Released by order of the Secretary of War, 17 Feb. 1865, after taking the oath of allegiance. Petition submitted for his release. Description, age 33, 5' 7", dark complexion, black hair and blue eyes, farmer, resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Buried with second wife, Jane, in the Cottrell Cemetery in Beech. C.S.A.

BRANNON (BRANNAN), Jacob P., Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1847. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Present 30 Apr. 1863. Captured in Calhoun Co., 14 Jan. 1864 as deserter. Age 20, 5' 5", light complexion, gray eyes, brown hair, farmer, Calhoun Co., W. Va. Sent to Wheeling and transferred to Camp Chase. Took oath and released 6 Jan. 1865. C.S.A.

BRANNON, John Jr., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Nov. 1862 in Nicholas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Sergeant, Co. A., 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1833 in Jackson County. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, 1 Mar. 1863. Deserted. Captured Calhoun Co. 30 Oct. 1863. Confined at the Atheneum Prison 20 Nov. 1863. Description: Age 30, 5' 10", dark complexion, dark hair, and hazel eyes. Transferred to Camp Chase 20 Nov. 1863. Confined at Camp Chase 21 Nov. 1863. Desires to take the oath of allegiance 10 June 1864. Took the oath of allegiance and was released by order of the Secretary of War, 17 Feb. 1865. Lived in Lee District, Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. Postwar resident of Nicholas Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

BRANNON, William H., Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Killed at Cloyd's Farm, Va., 9 Mar. 1864. Union.

BRANNON, William L., served three years. C.S.A.

BROOKOVER, Eli, Private, born 18 Apr. 1824, died 4 Apr. 1892, buried Metz Cemetery. Enlisted 25 Feb. 1865, Company H, 1st West Virginia Infantry, discharged 18 July 1865. Union.

BROOKS, Andrew T., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 Aug. 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Detailed on 9 Dec. 1862 as Commissary Sergeant. Private Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Pa. Resident of Calhoun County, W.Va. Enl. Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Employed as a laborer at Warm Springs, on extra duty, 1 Jan. 1864-31 Mar. 1864. Clothing issued 19 Feb. 1864, 23 Feb. 1864, 21 May 1864, and 17 June 1864. Captured Loudoun County near Harper's Ferry 16 July 1864, and sent to Washington, D. C. 20 July 1864. Confined at the Old Capitol Prison, 20 July 1864. Transferred to Elmira, NY, 23 July 1864. Confined at Elmira Prison, 25 July 1864. Desires to take the oath of allegiance, 3 Sep. 1864, states that he volunteered 28 Feb. 1863, and has lived in Ohio, where he now wishes to go. Died of disease, Elmira, NY, 31 Jan. 1865, chronic diarrhea. Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, NY, grave #1758 (1775). Born in Pa., resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

BRYAN, James B., Co. ?, 3rd Virginia State Line. Enlisted on 1 Aug. 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. in the Moccasin Rangers. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Later served as 2nd Corporal Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Post war records only which show he was from Calhoun Co., W.Va. Post war records also show he was killed in action near the old Mack Fowler farm, near Mt. Zion, by Union home guards, while home visiting his sick wife. Buried old section, Bethlehem Cemetery, near Grantsville, W.Va. C.S.A.

BRUMAGE, Francis M., born about 1830, Marion Co., Va.

BRYNER, George W., Private, born 13 Mar. 1834, Fayette Co., Pa., died 16 June 1924, buried Joker Cemetery. Enrolled 27 Oct. 1862, Company A, 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry, discharged 5 June 1865. Union.

BRYNER, James, Private, born 18 Apr. 1840, died 8 Oct. 1916, buried Joker Cemetery, Company F, 85th Pennsylvania Infantry, enlisted July 1864, discharged Nov. 1864. Union.

BUCK, Alexander, Private, buried Hur Cemetery. Enlisted 29 May 1862, discharged 27 June 1864. Company E, 14th West Virginia Infantry. Receiving $2.00 per month pension for gunshot wound to right leg on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

BUCK, Ezekiel, Private, buried Liberty Hill Cemetery. Enlisted 7 Aug. 1861, discharged 10 Aug. 1864. Company C, 7th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

BUCK, George W., Private, Company C, 7th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. Receiving $3.00 per month pension for loss of right index finger on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

BUNNER, Amos, [See PHOTO].

BURNER (BEEMER, BUNNER, BRENNER), John E., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1834. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster roll March 1863. Served in Co. F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Camp Northwest, W.Va. (also called Camp Miller) 19 July 1863. Returned to Co.A, 19th. about Sep. 1 to 31 Oct. 1864. Listed as John P. Burner in 20th Virginia Cavalry. Postwar rosters show him a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Married in Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1 Feb. 1868 to Mary Bell Goff, living in Barbour Co., W.Va. at time of his marriage. Lived in Pocahontas Co., W.Va. in 1880 Census, age 46, farm laborer, Green Banks District, listed as Beemer. C.S.A.

BURROWS, Thomas W., Private, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. Union.

BURROWS (BUREUS), William H., Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Randolph Co., W.Va. 19 Aug. 1825. Postwar rosters only which show he was captured during the war, and was a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 48, farmer, Center Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Died 1 July 1903. Buried Burrows Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. (9' West of Archie Burrows' grave). Fifer. C.S.A.

BURROWS, William M., born 10 Apr. 1850, buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery. C.S.A.

BURSON, Joseph W., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Gilmer Co. Killed in action at Arnoldsburg, Va. on 6 May 1862. Resident of Calhoun Co., Va. C.S.A.

BUTLER, Thomas, Company E, 14th Virginia Cavalry, was dragged to safety by Corporal Elijah Siers. C.S.A.

CADLE, Clarkison, Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Mercer Co., Va about 1846. Age 14, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 23 Feb. 1863. Present 30 Apr. 1863. Brother of Nathaniel and Thomas Cadle. C.S.A.

CADLE, Nathaniel, Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Monroe Co., Va. about 1843. Farmer, age 17, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 1 Oct. 1862. Captured in Calhoun Co. 20 Jan. 1864. Sent to Wheeling. Age 21, 6', dark complexion, black eyes, dark hair, farmer. Transferred to Camp Chase and Ft. Delaware. Died of smallpox there 26 Apr. 1864. Buried Finn's Pt. National Cemetery, N.J. Brother of Clarkison and Thomas Cadle. C.S.A.

CADLE, Thomas, Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Mercer Co. about 1837. Farmer, age 23, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Absent on detached duty in Calhoun Co. January to February 1862. Captured in Clay Co. 9 Mar. 1863. Sent to Wheeling. Age 26, 5' 7-1/2" ruddy complexion, blue eyes, gray hair, farmer, Clay Co. Transferred to Camp Chase. Exchanged 17 May 1863. Captured in Clay Co. 25 Aug 1863. Sent to Wheeling. Transferred to Camp Chase and Rock Island. Rejected for U.S. service. Posted bond, took oath and released 24 Jan. 1864. However, issued clothing 18 May 1864 and 23 Sep. 1864. Residence Jumping Branch, Clay Co. Brother of Clarkison and Nathaniel Cadle. C.S.A.

CAIN, James M. (See Cane, James M.), [See PHOTO].

CAIN, Joseph, born 16 May 1812, died 11 Jan. 1887, buried Hunt Cemetery.

CAIN, Rufus P., 1st Sergeant Co. H, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monongalia Co., W.Va. about 1837. Enlisted Camp Northwest, W.Va. 1 June 1863 (Calhoun Co. W.Va. 8 May 1863). Not stated if present or absent, Orderly Sergeant on muster-in-roll dated August 1863. Absent 1st Sergeant 31 Nov. 1863-31 Aug 1864. Clothing issued 29 Feb. 1864. Killed in action at Lynchburg, 17 June 1864. Not stated is present or absent 1st Sergeant 1 Sept 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864). Age 23, farmer, living in Calhoun Co., W. Va 1860 Census. Son of Amy Ferrell and Joseph Cain. C.S.A.

CAMEL, John R., Private, Company B, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Dec. 1862, discharged 1864. Union.

CAMPBELL, Benjamin F., Co. I, 3rd Virginia State Line. Private, Co. K, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Gilmer Co., W.Va. about 1847. Age 13 Gilmer Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 20 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Wounded/captured at Bulltown, W.Va. 13 Oct. 1863. Confined at Clarksburg, W.Va. and turned over to the Post Surgeon for treatment, 15 Jan. 1864. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 9 Feb. 1864. Description: Age 18, 5' 6-1/2", light complexion, light hair and blue eyes. Occupation: blacksmith, residing in Gilmer Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 4 Mar. 1864. Confined at Camp Chase, 5 Mar. 1864. Transferred to Fort Delaware, 14 Mar. 1864. Confined at Fort Delaware, 17 Mar. 1864. Took the oath of allegiance and was released, 19 June 1864. Description: age ?, 5' 4", fair complexion, light hair and gray eyes, a resident of Gilmer Co., W.Va. Brother of Sida H., Perry C., and William H. Campbell. Postwar resident of Calhoun County, W.Va. C.S.A.

CAMPBELL, Hiram, Private, born 1843, died 1924, buried McCray Cemetery. Company B, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Dec. 1861, discharged Dec. 1864. Union.

CAMPBELL, John A., Private, buried Campbell Cemetery. Enlisted 17 May 1861, served four years, Company A, 31st Regt., Virginia Infantry. Wounded. C.S.A.

CAMPBELL, Perry Commodore, 3rd Virginia State Line. Private, Co. B, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Rockbridge Co.(Wood Co., W.Va.) about1830 (1832,1834). Age 26, farmer, Gilmer Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Captured Gilmer Co., W.Va. 18 Oct. 1862, at home. Confined at the Atheneum Prison Oct. 1862. Description: Age 30, 5' 10", fresh complexion, auburn hair, and blue eyes. Occupation: farmer residing near Glenville, Gilmer Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase 23 Oct. 1862. Confined at Camp Chase 24 Oct. 1862. Transferred to Cairo, Illinois 20 Nov. 1862 to be exchanged. Exchanged near Vicksburg, Miss., 8 Dec. 1862. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 7 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Postwar rosters showed he served 3 years, and spent five weeks at Camp Chase. Moved to Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1871 (1882). Age 48, keeps ferry, Center District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Postwar ferryman and hotel keeper. Brother of William H., Benjamin, and Sida H. C.S.A.

CAMPBELL, Sida (Silas) H., Co. C, 25th Va. Infantry and Co. D, 31st Va. Infantry. Private, Co. K, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Wood Co., W.Va., Jan. 1833 (1835). Age 25, farmer, Gilmer Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Age 29 (1862), 5' 10", dark complexion, black hair, black whiskers and blue eyes. Transferred to Co. K, 19th Va. as Captain commanding Company K, Marlin's Bottom, Pocahontas Co., W.Va. 2 Oct. 1863. Member of Board of Survey, 21 Jan. 1864, to condemn quartermaster and commissary stores. Wounded Centerville, W.Va. 14 Sep. 1864, supposed mortally, under the right eye, the ball passing out the back of his right ear. Was cared for in Burchtown. Resigned 12 Oct. 1864 (also as 14 Aug. 1863) had a disagreement with Lieutenant Col. W. P. Thompson. Resignation accepted 24 Oct. 1864. Paroled at Charleston, W.Va. 10 May 1865. Description: age 30, 5' 10", light complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, and brown whiskers. Age 46 farmer, Glenville, Gilmer Co.,W.Va. 1880 Census. Brother of Benjamin, Perry C. and William H. Died 12 Mar. 1910. Buried Campbell Cemetery on Left Hand, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

CAMPBELL, William H., Private Co. K, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Glenville, Gilmer Co., W.Va. 27 Jan. 1844. Age 16, Gilmer Co. 1860 Census. Postwar rosters only which show that he was wounded during the war and that he served 4 years in Co. E, 31st Va. Infantry. Transferred to Lurty's Battery by Captain S. H. Campbell, 1864. Post war farmer, blacksmith, and lumber dealer, Eden, Calhoun Co., W.Va. Brother of Benjamin, Sida H. and John A. Campbell. Son of John A. and Clarinda (Ayers) Campbell. C.S.A.

CANE, James M., [See PHOTO], Private, Company C, enlisted Aug. 1864, discharged 1865, buried near Jackson's Mill. Union.

CARPENTER, Alfred, Private, born 23 Dec. 1833, died 17 Jan. 1909, buried Carpenter Cemetery. Enlisted 26 Nov. 1862, discharged 30 June 1865, Company H, 3rd West Virginia Cavalry. Bugler. Union.

CHENNOWETH, Joseph M., Private, 36th Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. C.S.A. [No record of this man. Probably confused with Joseph Cheuvront. - Linda Fluharty.]

CHEUVRONT, Joseph M., Private, Company "E" 36th Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Oct 1862 at Monroe Co., (W) Va. by Capt. DuVal. Taken prisoner at Staunton June 1864 after the action at Piedmont, Augusta County, Va. Released on oath April 27, 1865. Discharged 1865. C.S.A. [Info from Service Record. - Linda Fluharty.]

CHURCH, William S., Private, Company C, 14th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Aug. 1861, discharged 1865. Union.

CLAMMER, Jacob, Captain, born Allegany Co., Md., 1836. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Was commissioned Captain 21 Jan. 1864. Buried Smithville, W.Va. Union.

CLELAND, Francis, killed by Federal troops Dec. 1861. C.S.A.

COLLINS, Isaac N., born 22 Aug. 1833, died 1916, buried Gainer Cemetery, Company I, 3rd West Virginia Cavalry. Was at Buckhannon 19 Feb. 1864, was at Appomattox at Lee's surrender, attended victory parade in Washington. Union.

COLLINS, John D., (See Pension File & Photo) Private, buried Nobe Cemetery (8' South 9' West of Theo. N. Maloney's grave), born 31 Dec. 1824, died 4 June 1915. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, Wirt Co., Company C, 11th West Virginia Regiment. Discharged Mar. 1865. Wounded and captured at Cedar Creek, Va., 19 Oct. 1864. Paroled at Richmond 15 Feb. 1865, reported to Camp Parole, Md., and sent to Camp Chase, Ohio, on 19 Feb. 1865 and from Camp Chase to Camp Promar, Columbus, Ohio. Union.

COLLINS, Thomas H., Private, born about 1824, Lewis Co., Va. Mustered 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

CONLEY, Cornelius, Captain, Company B, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Listed as McConley when a first Lieutenant of Company B, 10 Jan. 1863. Mustered in 9 Feb. 1863, wounded in hand 22 Sept. 1864 at Fishers' Hill. Union.

CONLEY, Isaac, Corporal, born 25 Dec. 1818, died 8 Jan. 1894, buried Conley Cemetery. Mustered 12 Mar. 1864, Company L, 7th Regt., Cavalry. Union.

CONLEY, James, first Lieutenant, brother of Perry Conley. Enlisted 15 Mar. 1862, dismissed 12 Sept. 1864, Company C, 102nd Infantry. Union.

CONLEY, Perry D., Sr. 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Led the 'outlaw' portion of the Moccasin Rangers. Captain, Calhoun Co. Home Guards. Killed in action Webster Co. at the battle of Welch Glade, 2 Jan. 1862. Badly wounded in action, he continued to fight until he was beaten to death by gunbutts. He was Captain of a partisan company. Post war rosters list him as a member of Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Kanawha (Lewis) Co., Va, 1837. Age 23, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Buried Bobbitt farm, near Cowen, W.Va. His brothers Cornelius and James were U.S. soldiers. Said to be 6' 3" tall. C.S.A.

CONLEY (CONNELLY, CONNOLLY), Thomas C., Co. E, 3rd Virginia State Line. Private, Co. E, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1834. Age 26, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 13 Mar. 1863 (1 Apr. 1863). Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Absent 31 Oct. 1863 - 31 Oct. 1864 on horse detail, time expired. Employed as teamster, 1 Nov. 1863 - 30 Nov. 1863, discharged 18 Dec. 1863. Clothing issued 1 Mar. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Captured Calhoun Co., W.Va., 7 Nov. 1864 (29 Oct. 1864). Confined at the Atheneum Prison, Nov. 1864. Description: Age 31, 5' 7", dark complexion, dark hair, and black eyes. Occupation, farmer residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase 29 Nov. 1864. Confined at Camp Chase 30 Nov. 1864, desires to take the oath of allegiance. Statement at Camp Chase, 26 Jan. 1865, lists him as a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va., age 33. Was arrested by the Home Guards of Roane Co., W.Va., 29 Oct. 1864. States he was induced to enlist 1 Sep. 1862 for 12 months. At the expiration of his term, he was conscripted. Became sick July 1864 and was sent to a hospital. When well enough, he went to Pocahontas Co., W.Va. on sick leave, and was arrested while sick. Took the oath of allegiance and was released 18 Feb. 1865. C.S.A.

CONNOLLY, Isaac, 3rd Sergeant, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1817. Farmer, age 43, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Absent on detached leave in Calhoun Co. January to February 1863. Present 30 Apr. 1863. Captured in Calhoun Co. 15 Jan. 1864 as deserter. Sent to Wheeling. Age 46, 5' 9", fair complexion, gray eyes, black hair. Transferred to Camp Chase. Took oath and released 9 Nov. 1864. (May be same person as Isaac Conley, Union soldier) C.S.A.

CONNOLLY, John, 3rd Sergeant, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Kanawha Co. about 1835. Farmer, age 25, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Present January to April 1863. Farmer, age 35, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. C.S.A.

CONRAD, James W., Corporal, Company B, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1861, discharged 1865. Union.

COOK, George W., [See PHOTO], born 1844, died 1876, buried Cook Cemetery. C.S.A.

COOK, John, born 1795, died 1875.

COOK, Saul, Private, Company I, 9th West Virginia Vet. Vol. Infantry. Mustered 9 Dec. 1861. Union.

CORNELL, John R., Private, born about 1843, Barbour Co., Va. Mustered 15 Dec. 1861, Company B, 11th Infantry. Union.

COTTRELL, A. J., Private, Company B, 9th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted Mar. 1863, died July 1865. Union.

COTTRELL (COTTRAL), Evan P., (SEE STORY), Private, Co. E., 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Kanawha Co., Va. about 1831. Farmer, age 29, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Absent in care of horses January to April 1863.

COTTRELL, Jackson, Company E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. C.S.A.

COTTRELL, Silas, Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1844. Age 16, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Died Salem 29 Jan. 1863 or 9 Apr. 1863. Buried East Hill Cemetery. C.S.A.

COTTRELL, Thomas, Private, born 11 Mar. 1838, died 30 Aug.1909, buried Cottrell Cemetery. Enlisted 2 Sept. 1863, Company I, 1st Regt., West Virginia Volunteer Infantry. Union.

COTTRELL, W. M., Private, born 11 Mar. 1837, died 14 Aug. 1903, Company I, 11th West Virginia Volunteer Infantry. Buried Knotts Cemetery. Accidentally wounded Ravenswood, W.Va., 24 May 1862. Union.

COTTRELL, William H.

COTTRILL, William P., Private, born 17 June 1836, died 4 Nov. 1919, buried Cottrell Cemetery, Company I, 1st West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1 Mar. 1862, discharged 21 July 1865, gunshot wound at Halltown 25 Aug. 1864, right arm. Union.

COX, Isaac B., Corporal, born about 1825, Greene Co., Pa., died 2 July 1892, buried Cox Cemetery (14' North of Ethel Cox's grave). Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

COX, Sutton, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Wounded at the home of Col. Adonijah McDonald in a fight between troops of Capt. James L. Simpson and Captain Conley, on a ridge between the two forks of Sycamore. In line of battle at Appomattox Court House, 9 Apr. 1865. Union.

COX, Winfield T., Private, Company D. 10th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1861, died 1865. Union.

CRAWFORD, David S., hospitalized with illness Warm Springs, Bath Co., Va. C.S.A.

CRAWFORD, John E., Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 7 Jan. 1864, age 18. Union.

CRAWFORD, William A., Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 7 Jan. 1864. Union.

CRUIKSHANDS, Eli F., Private, Co. C, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1839. On muster-in-rolls 1 Apr. 1864. Post war resident of Calhoun Co. Farmer, age 31, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. C.S.A.

CUNNINGHAM, Francis, Private, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Wounded at Arnoldsburg. Union.

CUNNINGHAM, Stephen R., Private, born 25 Feb. 1834, died 4 Dec. 1910, buried Wright Cemetery.

CUNNINGHAM, William L., Private, born 14 July 1836, died 12 Feb. 1921 (or 1927) buried Mt. Zion Cemetery. Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, discharged 1863. Wounded at Arnoldsburg, W.Va., 6 May 1862. Union.

CUNNINGHAM, William W., born about 1841, Marion Co. Va.

DAVIES, Private, Company A, 31st Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1861, discharged 1864. C.S.A.

DAVIS, Jesse, Private, 36th Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. C.S.A.

DAVIS, John, Private, died 14 Apr. 1908, buried Maze Cemetery. Company K, 1st Regt., Ohio Light Artillery. Transferred from 13th Indiana Battery Light Infantry. Union.

DAWSON, John B. (or Q), Private, born 26 Feb. 1836, died 20 June 1915, buried Sand Ridge Cemetery, Virginia Horse Artillery. C.S.A.

DEEM, Jacob, Private, born 10 May 1844 or 1847, Ritchie Co., died 28 July 1937, buried IOOF Cemetery, Bethlehem, Calhoun Co. Company E, 11th Regt., transferred to Company D, 10th Regt., enlisted 26 Dec. 1863, discharged 9 Aug. 1865. Union.

DENT, Alpheus, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Wounded in action 22 June 1862 and died on 17 July 1862. Residence Calhoun Co., Va. C.S.A.

DEWEES, Balas (Bayles) C., 1st Lieutenant, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born 25 Aug. 1828. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862 (31 Aug. 1862). Absent on detached duty January to February 1863. Present 30 Apr. 1863, however resigned 27 Apr. 1863 because of llliteracy. Captured in Logan Co., Va. 9 Dec. 1863. Sent to Wheeling. Age 35, 6' 1", dark complexion, gray eyes, sandy hair, farmer. Transferred to Camp Chase. Exchanged 12 Mar. 1865. In hospital in Richmond the same day with chronic bronchitis, as Private. Furloughed for 30 day 15 Mar. 1865. Paroled Pt. Pleasant, W. Va. 26 Apr. 1865. Discharged 17 June 1865. Age 36, 6' 2", brown hair, farmer, Roane Co. Farmer, age 41, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. Died 16 Sep. 1907, buried Fink Cemetery. Served in the Mexican War, 1847. Brother of Daniel S. Dewees. C.S.A.

DEWEES, Daniel S., [See PHOTO], Co. I, 3rd Virginia State Line. Private Co. K, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born on Swan Survey, mouth of Steer Run, Gilmer Co., W.Va. 11 Mar. 1821. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 20 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Captured Webster Co., W.Va. 31 Dec. 1863. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 16 Jan. 1864. Description: Age 46, 6', dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes and dark whiskers; occupation farmer residing in Braxton Co., W.Va. Sent to Camp Chase 20 Jan. 1864. Transferred to Ft. Delaware, 15 Mar. 1864. Confined at Ft. Delaware 17 Mar. 1864. Paroled 14 Sep. 1864 to be exchanged. Transferred to Aiken's Landing, 18 Sep. 1864. Exchanged at Varina (Richmond), Va. 22 Sep. 1864. Admitted General Hospital No. 9, 21 Sep. 1864. Transferred to Chimborazo Hospital, 22 Sep. 1864. Admitted Chimborazo Hospital No. 5, 22 Sep. 1864, chronic diarrhea, paroled prisoner. Furloughed 27 Sep. 1864, 35 days. Clothing issued Chimborazo Hosp. No. 5, 27 Sep. 1864. Signs by X. Pass issued at Chimborazo Hosp. No. 5, 30 Sep. 1864 to Bath Co., Va. Treated for hemorrhage, 18 Oct. 1864 - 22 Oct. 1864, Gordonsville Hospital. Listed as Dweese on Compiled Service Records. Post war rosters list him as Co. C. Age 59, dry goods merchant, Troy District, Gilmer Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Wrote "Recollections of a Lifetime" in 1904. Photograph in his book. Brother of Balas C. Deweese. C.S.A.

DILLON, George F., Private, born 5 Nov. 1835, died 28 Mar. 1897, buried Nobe Cemetery, enlisted 16 June 1861, discharged 16 June 1864, Company E, 5th Regt., West Virginia Cavalry. Union.

DIX (DICKS), Stephen, Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Harrison Co., Va. 10 June 1837. Farmhand, age 20, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Absent on detached duty in Calhoun Co. January to February 1863. Deserted 27 Feb. 1863. C.S.A. Enlisted Union Army 29 Feb. 1864, discharged 21 July 1865. Wounded in hand 23 May 1864. Transferred from Co. C, 9th Infantry to Co. I, West Virginia Veteran Volunteer Infantry. Buried in Orma Cemetery. Farmer, age 39, Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. Receiving $5.00 per month pension for gunshot wound left hand on 1883 Pension Roll; address Arnoldsburg. Union.

DOUGHERTY, Jacob A., Private, Company N, 6th Regt., West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 5 Oct. 1864, discharged 1865, disability, lung disease. Union.

DOUGLAS, Daniel F., Private, Co. D, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Logan Co., Va. about 1828. Farmer, age 32, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Died of disease 7 Feb. 1863. Left a widow and 3 children. C.S.A.

DOUGLAS, Martin Van Buren, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 1 Sep. 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. 3rd Corporal, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Roane Co., W.Va., 1840 (1835). Post war rosters only. Wounded Arnoldsburg, W.Va. 6 May 1862, crippled for life. Age 35, farmer, Washington Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 47, farmer, Washington District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. C.S.A.

DOWNS, George, [See PHOTO], Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Tried and imprisoned by a Federal court for leading a raid on the Post Office at Ripley, W.Va., 19 Dec. 1861. Major/Captain, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monongalia Co., W.Va. 7 Apr. 1820. Age 39, miller, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Captured at Big Bend, W.Va. 2 July 1862. Confined at Parkersburg and Camp Chase. Sent to Camp Chase as "guerillas, 1st Va. Rangers." Then age 42, 5' 10', dark complexion, grey eyes, sandy hair, occupation: miller. Exchanged at Vicksburg Miss. on 22 Nov. 1862. Re-recruited his command among exchanged prisoners at Vicksburg in early December 1862. This unit was originally recruited in Calhoun Co., Va. as partisan rangers and was recognized as Co. I Virginia State Rangers. Called a band of robbers and plunderers on 4 Apr. 1962 when they were stationed at Lewisburg. Greenbrier Co., Va. This unit was incorporated into the 3rd Regiment, Virginia State Line. On E. T. Davis' list of Virginia State Line Officers dated 28 Feb. 1863. Commissioned Captain of Rangers by Gov. John Letcher, 19 Mar. 1863, to rank from 15 July 1861. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Appointed Captain 1 Mar. 1863. Absent, sick, 2 July 1863. Mentioned for "brave bearing" by Col. W. L. Jackson at the Battle of Droop Mountain, W.Va. 6 Nov. 1863. Commanding regiment April 1864. Was one of two men considered for promotion to Major, Feb. 1864. Col. W. L. Jackson promoted him to Major at Warm Springs, 22 Apr. 1864, " on account of his qualifications, his marked gallantry on several occasions, his influence in the Regiment." Appointed Major 28 June 1864, to rank from 26 Feb. 1864. Accepted the appoinment 18 Aug. 1864 . His appointment was confirmed 5 Jan. 1865. Absent F&S MR 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864. Wounded Lynchburg, 17 June 1864. Applied for a furlough at Staunton, 9 July 1864. Admitted General Hospital No. 1, Lynchburg, there on 14 July 1864, returned to duty. Absent 25 Oct. 1864, wounded, now on 120 day leave. Absent 15 Dec. 1864, wounded 19 June 1864, no steps have been taken to replace him; absent by order of Gen. J. A. Early. Post war resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 50, farmer, Center Township, Calhoun County 1870 Census. Age 60, farmer, Lee District, Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. Post war rosters list him as being a resident of Marion Co., W.Va. Died 18 Mar. 1899. Buried Sturm Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

DULIN, John D., Private, Company F, 6th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1862, discharged 1864. Union.

DUSKEY, ANDREW, Co. A, Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Killed in action in Jackson Co., W.Va. on 17 Jan. 1863. Born in Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1842. Age 18, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Brother of George W. Duskey, son of Daniel Duskey. C.S.A.

DUSKEY(DUSKY), Daniel, [See PHOTO], Captain, Co. C, 186th Va. militia, 1856. Recruited and commanded one section (company) of 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Alleghany Co., Pa. 1809. Age 51, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Justice of the Peace, Calhoun Co., W.Va. Captured Wirt Co., W.Va. 15 Dec. 1861 with 33 of his men. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, under heavy guard. Indicted for treason and turned over to the U.S. Marshal for the western division of Va. by 28 Mar. 1862. Tried by U.S. Court in Western Virginia, 14 Apr. 1862, for robbing the Post Office at Ripley, W.Va.; convicted and sentenced to four years in prison; imprisoned at Albany, N.Y. before 11 June 1863. Released by Presidential Pardon, 17 June 1863. Returned to the Little Kanawha Valley, not on muster rolls. Captured Webster Co., W.Va. 9 Feb. 1864. Sent to Cumberland, Md., then to Wheeling, W.Va. Confined at the Atheneum Prison 21 Feb. 1864. Description: age 55, 5' 7", fair complexion, brown hair and gray eyes. Occupation, farmer residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Charged with being a bushwhacker. Escaped from military prison 18 July 1865. It is said that he boasted that "he had a little graveyard of his own in which he buried a considerable number of Union men." Post war source lists him as Captain. Father of Andrew and George Duskey. C.S.A.

DUSKEY (DUSKY), George W., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Commissioned Captain of Infantry on 18 Sep. 1862. On August's list of Virginia State Line Officers prepared on 27 Jan. 1863. On T. E. Davis' list of Virginia State Line Officers dated 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. C, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1840. Age 20, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Captured Wirt Co., W.Va. 15 Dec. 1861. Confined at the Atheneum Prison under heavy guard. Pretended to be ill and was sent to the Sprigg Hill Hospital, Wheeling, W.Va. While there he escaped with a few of his men, including Josiah Parsons, and returned to Calhoun Co., W.Va. and there reorganized the Moccasin Rangers. Enlisted Pocahontas Co., W.Va. 1 Apr. 1863. Absent 31 Dec. 1863 to 31 Aug. 1864. Has one horse; captured Roane Co., W.Va., 20 June 1863. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864, $100 enlistment bounty due. Was reported on 29 Nov. 1864 that Duskey and Lieutenant William A. Gandy were being held in solitary confinement , and to be sent to Ft. Monroe for exchange, 21 Jan. 1865. Reported as being held in the Wheeling City Jail which served as a State prison, 25 Jan. 1865. Duskey being held by civil authorities, under indictment for treason and robbing the mail (Ripley, W.Va. Post Office). Captured 2 Feb. 1865, no place stated. (This is probably their release date from prison and the time that the military took control of them again.) Confined at Baltimore, Md., then sent to Camp Hamilton. Transportation to Ft. Monroe for Duskey and William Gandy ordered 4 Feb. 1865. Confined at Camp Hamilton, Va. military prison awaiting exchange 6 Feb. 1865. Released 11 Feb. 1865. Post war rosters show service in Co. A. Duskey, apparently an officer at some point during the war was not considered as such by the U.S. Son of Daniel Duskey and brother of Andrew Duskey. C.S.A.

EARLY, Edward R., Private, Company C, 77th Ohio Infantry, enlisted 1864, discharged 1866. Receiving $6.00 per month pension for disease of eyes on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

ELLISON (ELLYSON), Franklin, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 May 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Absent without leave on 20 Dec. 1862 per C.S.A. Arrested on 29 Nov. 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. per Federals and paroled. Then a resident of Calhoun Co., Va, age 23, blue eyes, 5' 8-1/4", sandy whiskers, auburn hair. C.S.A.

ELLISON, Nathaniel, Private, born 5 Feb. 1843, Monroe Co., died 2 Sept. 1939, in Capt. William Ellison's Company, Calhoun County Scouts, West Virginia State Troops; enlisted 8 Sept. 1863, discharged 20 June 1864. Union.

ELLISON, William, Captain, West Virginia Home Guards in Calhoun Co. Union.

ELLISON, Zac, born 1808?. died 1902, buried Broomstick Cemetery. C.S.A.

ENSMINGER, Isaac F., Private, Company P, 6th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted June 1865, discharged 1865, disability of rheumatism. Union.

EVANS, Joshua, Private, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Mustered 22 Dec. 1861, died of disease 23 Feb. 1863 at home in Calhoun Co. Union.

EVERSON, Thomas H. B., (E.), Co. C, Virginia State Line. Private Co. D, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born 28 Dec. 1840. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 8 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Served in Co. B, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated 25 July 1863. Present 1 Nov. 1863-31 Aug. 1864 (dated 6 Jan 1865). Clothing issued 31 Mar. 1864. Present 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864), entitled to $100 bond. Died 9 Mar. 1908. Buried Sturm Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

FARRELL, Thomas K., Private, Company C, l1th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. Union.

FEATHERS, buried Wright Cemetery (5' South of George Wilson's grave). Union.

FERRELL, Franklin, Private, born 10 Oct. 1831 or 1833, Monongalia Co., Va., died 9 Jan. 1897, buried Hunt Cemetery, enlisted 22 Dec. 1862, discharged 12 May 1863 at Parkersburg. Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Receiving $8.00 per month pension for mercur. disease of joints on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

FERRELL, Franklin B., died 18 May 1866, 66 years old.

FERRELL, Henry Allison, Co. C, Virginia State Line. 1st Sergeant, Co. D, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monongalia Co., W.Va. Post war rosters show he enlisted 10 Sep. 1862. Enlisted in Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 8 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863, 1st Sergeant. Served as Captain, Co. C, 46th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry. Post war register shows service as 33rd Regiment. Post war resident of Freed, Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 42, farmer, Sheridan District, Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. Died Freed, Calhoun Co., W.Va. January 1919. Buried Freed Cemetery, Leading Creek, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

FERRELL, Hiram, Private, Co. ?, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1848. Post war rosters only, which show he was from Calhoun County. Age 32, farmer, Sheridan District, Calhoun County 1880 Census. C.S.A.

FERRELL, James A., Private, born 18 June 1843, Monongalia Co., Va., died 21 Feb. 1916, buried Hunt Cemetery, enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

FERRELL, Napoleon B., Sergeant, born 1846, Marion Co., Va. Enlisted Oct. 1861, Company B, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry, separated 1865. Union.

FERRELL (FERREL), Robert, Private, Co. H, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monongalia Co., W.Va. about 1839, Age 21, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Valley of Virginia, 1 Oct. 1864. Absent 31 Oct. 1863 (?-note enlistment date-?) -31 Aug. 1864, absent without leave. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864), absent without leave. Brother of Thomas F. Ferrell. Served in 20th Virginia Cavalry. C.S.A.

FERRELL, Thomas F., born 10 Apr. 1843, Marion Co., Va., died 6 May 1886, buried Hunt Cemetery, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. (May be same as Thomas F. Ferrell, Confederate soldier) Union.

FERRELL, Thomas F., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 1 Sep. 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Absent without leave on 20 Dec. 1861. Arrested and paroled in Calhoun Co., W.Va. on 29 Nov. 1862. Fair complexion, light hair, 5' 9", age 20, black whiskers. Private, Co A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co. about 1843. Age 17, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Brother of Robert Ferrell. Age 36, farmer, Sherman District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. (May be same as Thomas F. Ferrell, Union soldier) C.S.A.

FERRELL, Thomas G., Private, buried Hunt Cemetery, died of disease 29 Apr. 1864 in Clarksburg Hospital, enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

FERRELL, Thornton, first Lieutenant, born 21 Dec. 1818, Monongalia Co., died 11 Jan. 1883, buried Hunt Cemetery, enlisted Company C. 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry, 22 Dec. 1861, discharged 1864. Union.

FIGGINS, James E., died 9 May 1880. Served three years. C.S.A.

FLING, Henry, born 14 July 1821, died 14 Dec. 1905, when he, his wife and two children were killed in a gas explosion. Buried Hunt Cemetery. C.S.A.

FLUHARTY, Ulysses, Private, born 1844 or 1846, Marion County, Va., buried Fluharty Cemetery. Company C, 1st Regt., West Virginia Veterans Volunteer Infantry. Enrolled 24 Apr. 1862, discharged 30 Apr. 1865 at Wheeling; 5'6", light complexion, blue eyes, light hair, farmer. Union.

FLUHARTY, W. S., Private, Company K, 9th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted Apr. 1863, discharged Mar. 1865. Union.

FOGLE, William W., Private, born 7 Dec. 1836, died 11 Apr. 1889, buried Bethlehem Cemetery (grave identified by "F.L.T." and masonic emblems on marker).

FRAME (FRAIM), Marshall, Private, Co. H, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Calhoun County, 16 May 1863. Also at Camp Northwest, W.Va. 1 June 1863 (28 June 1863). Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated August 1863. Absent 31 Oct. 1863-31 Aug. 1864, deserted August 1863. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864), deserted June 1863. C.S.A.

FREED, Jacob, Private, born about 1842, Beaver, Pa., Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, discharged 1865. Union.

GABRIEL, Martin Van, buried Knotts Cemetery, Company G, 67th Regt., Ohio Infantry. Union.

GAINER, Sylvester, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Sep. 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Absent without leave on 20 Dec. 1862. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born. Barbour Co., W.Va. about 1844. Age 16, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. C.S.A.

GARRETSON, John, born 16 May 1816, died 23 Dec. 1893, buried Garretson Cemetery. Union.

GEHO, Robert, Private, Company I, 6th West Virginia Cavalry, and Company I, 5th West Virginia Infantry, from July 1861 to Aug. 1864. Receiving $8.00 per month pension for gunshot wound to right thigh on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

GEORGE, Walter, Co. G, 3rd Virginia State Line. Private, Co. H, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Pendleton Co., W.Va. about 1826 (1829). Age 34, farmer, 1860 Calhoun Co., W.Va. Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 19 Mar. 1863 (Pocahontas Co., W.Va. 1 Apr. 1863). Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Deserted. Captured Calhoun (Roane) Co., W.Va. 1 Nov. 1863. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 20 Nov. 1863. Description, age 34, 6', light complexion, brown hair and blue eyes; Occupation, farmer, residing in Roane Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 20 Nov. 1863. Confined at Camp Chase, 21 Nov. 1863. Desired to take the oath of allegiance, 10 June 1864. Statement taken 26 Jan. 1865, lists him as age 42, a resident of Roane Co., W.Va. He states that on 7 Sep. 1862, a squad of men arrested him and took him to Greenbrier Co., W.Va., and assigned him to Co. H, 19th Virginia Cavalry. He deserted Jan. 1863 and was recaptured 40 miles away. Deserted again 27 Oct. 1863 and went home, where he surrendered. Says he never fired a gun in service and has always been opposed to the rebellion. Absent 9 Jan. 1864 -31 Oct. 1864, prisoner of war. Took the oath of allegiance and was released 17 Feb. 1865, by order of the Secretary of War. C.S.A.

GIBSON, David, [See PHOTO], Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 Jul. 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Killed in action in Calhoun Co., Va. on 8 June 1862. Previously believed to have been killed in last eight days of fighting in the war. Born about 1804 in Louisa Co., Va. Farmer, age 56, in 1860 Calhoun Co., W.Va. Census. Believed buried near where he was killed in the Big Bend area. Father of George W. Gibson. C.S.A.

GIBSON, George W., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Member of Daniel Duskey's section of the Moccasin Rangers. Enlisted 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Captured Wirt Co., W.Va. 15 Dec. 1861. 2nd Lieutenant Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Bath Co., Va., 30 Nov. 1840. Resident of Wirt Co., W.Va. Captured 31 Dec. 1861 and imprisoned at Camp Chase. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. 2nd Lieutenant by 1 Jan 1864. Paroled at Charleston, W.Va. 11 May 1865, listed as 2nd Lieutenant, no description. Post war resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Son of David Gibson. Died Calhoun Co., W.Va. 11 Aug. 1923. Buried Gibson Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

GILLENWATERS, Joshua, Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Tazewell Co., Va. about 1827. Age 33 in Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Absent on detached duty in Calhoun Co. January to February 1863. Absent sick 30 Apr. 1863. Absent on detail with horses 1 Apr. 1864. Present 10 Sep. 1864. Captured at Cedarville 12 Nov. 1864. Sent to Pt. Lookout. Released 12 May 1865. C.S.A.

GODFREY, Elisha, was piloted to Dixie by Jacob P. Starcher. C.S.A.

GODFREY, Granville, born 28 Sept. 1837, died 23 Sept. 1861, was piloted to Dixie by Jacob P. Starcher. C.S.A.

GOFF, Alexander B., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Arrested 13 June 1862 in Ritchie Co., Va. Sent to Camp Chase, Ohio via Wheeling. Age 35, dark complexion, black eyes, hair and whiskers. Co. A, 22nd Va. Infantry. Private, Co. A., 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1827. Not on muster rolls. Paroled at Charleston, W.Va., 10 May 1865, listed as belonging to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Signs oath by X. Description, age 38, 6', dark complexion, dark hair, and dark eyes. Post war resident of Calhoun and Ritchie Counties, W.Va. Age 61 (?), farmer, Murphy District, Ritchie Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. C.S.A.

GOFF, Thomas M., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. B, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Nicholas Co., W.Va. about 1843. Age 17, farmhand, Webster Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., 7 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Served in Co. A, 46th Battalion Virginia Cavalry and Co. A, 26th Virginia Cavalry. Post war resident of Webster Co., W.Va. Post war rosters show him as a member of Co. A, resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 37, farmer, Glade, Webster Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. C.S.A.

GREATHOUSE, Jesse, 3rd Virginia State Line. Not on muster rolls. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Jackson Co., W.Va. about 1840. Age 20, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. in 1860 Census. Clothing issued 2 Feb. 1864 and 19 Feb. 1864. Captured Roane Co., W.Va., 23 Apr. 1864. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 2 May 1846. Description, age 23, 6', fresh complexion, light hair and blue eyes. Occupation farmer, residing in Roane Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase 10 May 1864. Confined at Camp Chase 11 May 1864. Admitted to Chase U.S.A. General Hospital, Camp Chase, 9 Sep. 1864, variolla. Returned to duty 5 Oct. 1864, age 23, not vaccinated. Gave statement at Camp Chase, 25 Jan. 1865, listed as age 23, a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Was arrested in Roane Co., W.Va. by the home guards, states that he enlisted in Webster Co., W.Va. February 1862 for 12 months. Took the oath of allegiance and was released by order of the Secretary of War, 17 Feb. 1865. Son of Samuel Greathouse. Age 40, farmer, Smithfield District, Roane Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. C.S.A.

GREATHOUSE, Samuel William, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Kanawha County, Va. (W.Va.) about 1816 (1814). Age 44, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, Va. (W.Va.) 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Deserted. Captured Webster Co., W.Va. 10 Feb. 1864. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 21 Feb. 1864. Description, age 50, 5' 9", fair complexion, dark hair and blue eyes. Occupation farmer, residing in Calhoun County, W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase 4 Mar. 1864. Confined at Camp Chase 5 Mar. 1864. Desired to take oath of allegiance 10 June 1864. Gave statement at Camp Chase 25 Jan. 1865, listed as age 52, a resident of Calhoun County, W.Va. Shown as a member of Company A, Swann's Infantry Battalion. Says he enlisted 28 Feb. 1863 in Swann's Battalion under threats of violence. Described as "deplorably ignorant and easily misled." Took the oath of allegiance and released by order of the Secretary of War 17 Feb. 1865. Father of Jesse Greathouse. Age 66, work hand Reedy District, Roane County, W.Va. in 1880 Census. C.S.A.

GRIMM, David C., Corporal, born 5 Apr. 1836, died 24 Aug. 1908, buried Nobe Cemetery, enlisted 5 Sept. 1861, discharged 18 Oct. 1864, Company F, 6th Regt., West Virginia Volunteer Infantry and Company F, 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry. Union.

GROGG, Henry, Private, Company I, 62nd Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1862, discharged 1864. C.S.A.

GUMP, Edward W., Corporal, born 1845, mustered 15 Aug. 1861, Company F, 1st Regt., Light Artillery, discharged 22 July 1865. Union.

GUNN, Samuel, Private, Infantry, 1865-1865 discharged. Union.

HALL, Rawley W., Private, born 1843, died 29 July 1927, buried Sand Ridge Cemetery. Enlisted age 18, 22 Apr. 1861, Company B, Chatham Gray's Montague Battalion, Virginia Infantry. Was attached to 32nd Regt., Virginia Infantry, later to 53rd Regt., Company E. The 53rd fought from North Carolina to Pennsylvania and at Gettysburg their flag was carried through the valley at disastrous Pickett's charge. Discharged 30 Apr. 1864. C.S.A.

HALL, Robert B., name appears in 1890 Schedules Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows of Union Veterans of Civil War. Union.

HAMRICK, Asa (Ase), Private, Co. G, 10th Regt. West Virginia Infantry. Special muster roll on 18 Aug. 1862 shows him absent with remarks, "captured by guerrillas 1 July 1862." The next two muster rolls show him absent and listed as captured. January, February, March and April show, "deserted 1 July 1862 at Glenville. Union Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 June 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1824. Age 31, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Clothing issued 19 Feb. 1864, 21 May 1864 and 17 June 1864. Post war rosters show him as a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 46, farmer, Lee Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. C.S.A.

HAMRICK, William, Private, age 25, in 1864, mustered 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th West Virginia, for three years, Company B, 6th Virginia Cavalry. A sick call sheet shows him sick on 20 Dec. 1861, which is either in error or he had enlisted prior to 1 Sept. 1862 on an earlier enlistment. Union.

HANEY, Chesman, born Monroe Co., Ohio, died 16 July 1904, buried Wright Cemetery, Company A, 118th Regt., Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Union.

HANNAH, Joseph W., 3rd Sergeant, Co. A/D, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 1 Apr. 1863. 2nd Lt. Co. C, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1828. Age 32, constable, Pocahontas Co., Va. 1860 census. Enlisted Mill Point, Pocahontas Co., Va. 1 Apr. 1863. Present, 3rd Sergeant, 1 Jan. 1863-1 Apr. 1863, had one horse. Absent, 2nd Sergeant 31 Dec. 1863-31 Aug. 1864, had one horse. Promoted to 2nd Sergeant 15 Feb. 1864. Post war rosters show service in Co. A and that he was a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Post war rosters show he was killed in action, Winchester, 1863/died 10 Aug. 1864. C.S.A.

HARDWAY, Daniel B., 19, Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Wounded severely 23 May 1863, died Jarvis farm. Prisoner of war. Enlisted 1 Mar. 1862. Union.

HARDWAY, George W., born 19 May 1820, died 27 Nov. 1881, buried Knotts Cemetery. C.S.A.

HARDWAY, John, Private, 18, Company I, 1st Regt., West Virginia Vet. and Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Oct. 1863, discharged July 1865. Wounded in thigh at Cloyd's farm 9 May 1864. Receiving $2.00 per month pension for gunshot wound to right hip on 1883 Pensiion Roll; address, Arnoldsburg. Union.

HARDWAY, William P., enlisted 29 Feb. 1864, Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry, age 20. Severely wounded and left in the hands of the enemy 9 May 1864 at Cloyd's Farm, Va., prisoner of war. Union.

HARRIS, Sack, Private, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. Union.

HARSHMAN, Oscar S., Private, born 15 Dec. 1848, Fayette Co., Pa., died 14 Sept. 1928, buried Harshman Cemetery on Hardway's Run, near Minnora. Enlisted 1861, Company A, 57th Pennsylvania Infantry. Served thirteen months, in battles at Hatcher's Run, Yellow House, Petersburg, Welson R.R. and others. Union.

HART, William H., Private, born 1845, mustered 9 Nov. 1861, discharged 1865 for disability, Company H, First Regt., Infantry. Union.

HATHAWAY, Francis, age 13 in 1860.

HATHAWAY, William, [See PHOTO], Private, born 2 Jan. 1843 or 1845, Harrison Co., died 22 Sept. 1887, buried Sycamore Cemetery. Was in Captain Jacob Clammer's Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, enrolled 28 Nov. 1861, discharged 24 Dec. 1864, age 20 when discharged; 6' tall, fair complexion, black eyes, light hair, farmer. In action at BuIltown, Va., 13 Oct. 1863, mustered out at Cumberland, Md. Received a gunshot wound in the head June 1864 on his retreat from Lynchburg, Va., raid. Was in Clarysville hospital in July 1864. His injury caused his death. Union.

HAUGHT, Joshua, born 21 Aug. 1823, died 21 May 1909, buried Barr Cemetery. C.S.A.

HAVERTY, Daniel S., second Lieutenant, born about 1840, Lewis Co., Va., was mustered 26 Nov. 1864, Company B, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

HAVERTY, Dick, died as a prisoner of war. Buried at Huntington, W.Va.

HAVERTY, John, first Sergeant, mustered 22 Dec. 1861, accidentally shot 31 July 1862 at Arnoldsburg, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

HAVERTY, William H., Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Lewis Co., Va. about 1828. Age 32, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlistment date unknown. Discharged for disease of the lungs from Salem Hospital 15 Jan. 1863. Age 45, 5' 9", dark complexion, dark eyes, dark hair, farmer. Farmer, age 49, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. C.S.A.

HAYHURST, Calder, 1st Corporal, Co. H, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Calhoun County, 4 Apr. 1863 (8 Apr. 1863). Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated August 1863, 1st Corporal. Present, Private, 31 Oct. 1863-31 Aug. 1864, had one horse from 8 Nov. 1863 until 1 Feb. 1864. Present 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864). C.S.A.

HAYHURST, Joseph, Captain, Co. H, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1828. Enlisted Calhoun County, 14 May 1863. Elected (appointed) Captain, 4 June 1863. Present at Beverly, W.Va. July 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated August 1863. Present 31 Oct. 1863-31 Aug. 1864. Commanding a detachment of cavalry near Covington, 26 June 1864-3 July 1864. Present 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864), entitled to $100 bond. Absent 25 Oct. 1864, 150 days, in charge of horses. Post war resident of Calhoun County. Age 52, farmer, Sheridan District, Calhoun County, WV 1880 Census. C.S.A.

HAYMAKER, Francis, Private, Company C, 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry, enlisted 1864, discharged 1865. Union.

HAYMAKER, Frank L., born 28 Feb. 1843, died 1 Mar. 1892, buried Hays Cemetery. Union.

HAYMAKER, John, Private, 63rd Pennsylvania Infantry, enlisted 1861 (1864?), discharged 1865. Wounded in right arm. Union.

HAYS, Peregrine G. "Perry", [See PHOTO], Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Feb. 1863. Status not stated on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Harrison Co., W.Va., 7 Oct. 1819. Post war rosters only. Moved from Lewis Co., W.Va. to Gilmer Co., W.Va. then to Arnoldsburg, Calhoun Co., W.Va. about 1840. Postmaster, Arnoldsburg, 1849. Represented Gilmer and Wirt Counties in the Va. House of Delegates, 1855-56. Partner with George W. Silcott in the mercantile and land business. Major, Va. Militia, on Gov. Wise's staff. Wealthiest man in Calhoun Co., W.Va., 1860. Served as Sheriff of Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1861. Helped organize the Moccasin Rangers in 1861, along with George W. Silcott. Became disgusted with the actions of the company, and returned to Arnoldsburg, W.Va. Captain Daniel Duskey ordered his arrest for desertion. U.S. forces arrested him, and he was confined at Camp Chase. Paroled, and went to Monroe Co., W.Va. There he served as a purchasing agent for the Confederate States Quarter Master Department. Despite his commission as Major, Hays enlisted as a Private in Captain George Downs Company of Moccasin Rangers. Entered Spencer, W.Va. with George W. Silcott under a flag of truce and secured a cease fire for eight days from Col. J. C. Rathbone, so Captain Downs' men could visit their homes unmolested. Commissioned as Major by Gov. John Letcher. Captured Big Bend, Calhoun Co., W.Va., 1862. Confined at Camp Chase. Paroled for exchange. Served in the W.Va. Legislature, 1866 and 1877. Age 51, farmer, Lee Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 59, farmer, Glenville, Gilmer Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Died 6 Jan. 1905. Buried Glenville, Gilmer Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

HEART, William, Private. (See Hart.)

HEATER, Thomas B., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 6 Dec. 1862 at Vicksburg, Miss. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. He had been taken prisoner in Gilmer Co., Va. on 27 Dec. 1861 and charged with being a bushwhacker and sent to Johnson's Island where he was held until exchanged at Vicksburg, Miss. Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavarly. Enlisted Williamsburg, Va, 1 Mar. 1863. Taken prisoner in Calhoun Co., W.Va. 12 Dec. 1864. Sent to the Atheneum Prison, 23 Dec. 1864, age 34, 5' 11", dark complexion, brown hair and blue eyes, farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase 27 Dec. 1864. Desired to take the oath of allegiance. Took the oath, released, 12 June 1865, age 34, 5' 11", light complexion, dark hair and blue eyes, a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

HECKERT (HACKERT), Adam A., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Post war resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

HECKERT (HACKERT), Henry H. (W.), Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Clothing issued 2 Feb. 1864 and 21 Mar. 1864. Post war resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

HEFNER (HEFFNER), John W., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Oct. 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Taken prisoner on 24 Dec. 1862 in Calhoun Co., sent to Camp Chase via Wheeling. Age 27, 5' 7", florid complexion, grey eyes, black hair, farmer. Transferred to Alton, Ill. and to City Point, Va. for exchange on 1 Apr. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Greenbrier Co., W.Va. about 1833 (1837). Age 23, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Not on muster rolls. Paid on 18 Oct. 1864 for service from 1 Nov. 1862-28 Feb. 1863. Clothing issued 18 Feb. 1864. Clothing issued at Staunton General Hospital, 18 Oct. 1864. Paroled at Charleston, W.Va., 11 May 1865. Description, age 32, 5' 11", dark complexion, black hair, blue eyes and black whiskers. Post war resident of Calhoun County, W.Va. C.S.A.

HELMICK, Hudson M., 2nd Corporal, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Kanawha Co., Va. 1832. Farmer, age 26, 1860 Calhoun Co. Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co. 26 Sep. 1862 as Private. Presence or absence not stated January and February 1863. Present 30 Apr. 1863. Presence or absence not stated 1 Apr. 1864 as 2nd Corporal. Farmer, age 38, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. Died 6 Nov. 1894. Buried Minnora Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

HENCLIE, Aron, (See Hensley)

HENSLEY (HENCLIE), Aaron, Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Logan Co., Va. about 1806. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Absent on detached duty in Calhoun Co. January to February 1862. Absent sick 30 Apr. 1863. Discharged for debility 14 Sep. 1863. Captured in Roane Co. 1 Nov. 1863. Sent to Wheeling, Age 57, light complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, farmer, Roane Co. Transferred to Camp Chase. Court Marshalled for conduct prejudice to good order. Released by Secretary of War 4 Apr. 1865. Farmer, age 64, Washington Township, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. Buried in Henclie Cemetery. C.S.A.

HENSLEY, John W., Private, born 29 Mar. 1837, died 15 Feb. 1916, buried Hensley Cemetery. U.S. Navy, enlisted Apr. 1864, discharged Aug. 1866. Union.

HODGES, T. T., 1st Lieutenant, born 2 Aug. 1847, died 18 Mar. 1914, buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery. C.S.A.

HOLLAND, William S., Private, Company H, enlisted 11 Aug. 1862, discharged 18 July 1865.

HOPKINS, Oakly, died 14 Oct. 1861, buried Depue Cemetery on Charley Givens's farm. Killed in action. Grave 17' South of Charity Depue's grave. C.S.A.

HOSKINS, Joseph, buried McKee Cemetery, Spring Run, Arnoldsburg. A sword believed to have been his is in the possession of Thomas Carper.

HOUCHINS (HONCHIN), John, 2nd/1st Lieutenant, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. He was elected 2nd Lieutenant on 17 Feb. 1861. Elected 1st Lieutenant on 14 Feb. 1862. Present on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. 1st Lieutenant Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863, Private. Post war rosters show him as a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

HUDKINS, James P., Private, buried Sand Ridge Cemetery. Enlisted 16 May 1863, discharged 30 June 1865. Company I, 3rd Regt., West Virginia Cavalry. Union.

HUFFMAN, Absalom, C.S.A.

HUNT, James P., Private, born 20 Aug. 1824, Harrison County, died 2 Nov. 1883, buried Hunt Cemetery. In Capt. Jacob Clammer's Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, was enrolled 10 Nov. 1861, discharged 24 Dec. 1864, age 40; 5'11' tall, fair complexion, gray eyes, light hair, farmer. Union.

HUNT, John H., born 10 Apr. 1839, died 28 Mar. 1888, buried Cottrell Cemetery. Union.

HUSK, Isaac, Private, Company C, 6th Regt., West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 19 Sept. 1864, discharged 1865. Union.

HUSK, Samuel, [See PHOTO], Private, born 8 June 1823, Monongalia Co., died 23 Nov. 1888, buried Husk Cemetery. Company O, 6th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 3 Jan. 1862, discharged 3 Jan. 1865. Union.

ISENHART, Samuel T., 2nd Lieutenant, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Alleghany Co., Md. 20 Oct. 1822. Farmer, age 32, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co. 26 Sep. 1862. Commanding company January to October 1863. Present 30 Nov 1863. Commanding company 30 Dec. 1863. Resigned 15 Mar. 1864 because there were only 9 men present in the company and only 19 on the rolls, 3 on detached service and the rest prisoners of war. Colonel Cochran endorsed his resignation "..this man is exceedingly objectionable & ineffective as an officer." Deserted to the enemy at Charleston 2 Dec. 1864. Age 27, 5' 5", gray hair, brown eyes, dark complexion. Took oath and released. Farmer, age 42, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. Died 15 July 1906, buried in Minnora Cemetery. Served three years, in thirty-six engagements, received nine shots in his clothes. C.S.A.

JACKSON, Edward, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Sep. 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. 25 July 1840. Age 19, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Co. F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Camp Northwest, W.Va. 19 July 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated 29 July 1863. Absent 1 July 1863-31 Aug. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864). Transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Clothing issued 19 Feb. 1864. Admitted General Hospital, Charlottesvile, Va., 12 June 1864, acute rheumatism. Returned to duty 18 June 1864. Post war roster shows him as a resident of Pocahontas Co., W.Va. Age 39, farmer, Center District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Died 18 Dec. 1918. Buried Nobe Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

JARVIS, Caleb, Private, born 1 Mar. 1836, died 24 Apr. 1896, buried Cottrell Cemetery. Company D, 11th Regt., West Virginia. Enlisted 30 June 1862, discharged 17 June 1865. (A note in adjutant general's report said "undergoing sentence of general courts martial since 28 Nov. 1863.") Union.

JARVIS, Caleb, Jr., Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Presence or absence not stated January to February 1863. Absent sick 30 Apr. 1863. C.S.A.

JARVIS, Caleb, Sr., Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted in Calhoun Co. 26 Sep. 1862. Absent in charge of horses January to 30 Apr. 1863. Absent sick in hospital Montgomery, White Sulphur Springs June 1863. Prisoner of war Camp Chase on rolls 1 Apr. 1864 to 31 Dec. 1864. No Federal records. C.S.A.

JARVIS, George P., Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Lewis Co., Va. about 1835. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Discharged for Pulmanalis 16 Jan. 1863, age 28, 5" 8-1/2", dark complexion, blue eyes, light hair, farmer. Re-enlisted 30 Apr. 1863. Captured at Falling Waters, Md. 14 July 1863. Sent to Old Capitol. Transferred to Elmira. Took oath and released 14 Mar. 1864. 5' 6", dark complexion, black hair, dark eyes, illiterate, residence Calhoun Co. C.S.A.

JARVIS, John H., Private, born 26 Dec. 1845, died 13 Oct. 1890, buried Jarvis Cemetery. Enlisted 28 Oct. 1863, discharged 30 May 1865. In Capt. William Gandee's Company, Roane County Scouts, West Virginia State Troops. Union.

JARVIS, Josiah, born 17 Apr. 1831, died 13 June 1901, buried Jarvis Cemetery. C.S.A.

JARVIS, Solomon, Private, 18, Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 7 Jan. 1864. Union.

JARVIS, Thomas B., Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Died in hospital at Salem 31 Feb. 1863. C.S.A.

JARVIS, Thomas P., [See PHOTO], Corporal, born 10 Dec. 1841, died 14 July 1919, buried Jarvis Cemetery. Enlisted 7 Jan. 1864, discharged 20 Jan. 1865. Served in Company I, West Virginia Infantry. Wounded in face at Halltown 26 Aug. 1864. Union.

JARVIS, Wesley, Private, born 1844 Kanawha Co., son of Thomas and Alsie V. Jarvis. Mustered 7 Jan. 1864, Company I, 1st Regt., West Virginia Vet. Infantry. Union.

JENKINS, Joseph, Private, buried Freed Cemetery. Enlisted 22 Apr. 1861, Harrisville, discharged 4 May 1864, disability. Company K, 10th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

JONES, James E., Private, Company B, 6th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1861, discharged 1864. Also served in Company G, 10th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

KEARNS (KERNS), Elisha, Co A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 8 May 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1841. Captured Braxton Co., W.Va. 2 July 1862 (also as Clay Co., W.Va. 25 July 1862). Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 9 Aug. 1862. Description: Age 21, 5' 11", dark complexion, dark hair and blue eyes. Occupation farmer, residing in Taylor Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 12 Aug. 1862. Confined at Camp Chase, 12 Aug. 1862. Exchanged at Vicksburg, Miss., 6 Dec. 1862. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Served in Co. F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Camp Northwest, W.Va. (Camp Miller), 19 July 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated 20 July 1863. Absent 1 July 1863-31 Aug. 1864 (dated 6 Jan. 1865), transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864) Clothing issued 19 Feb. 1864, 11 Apr. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Signs by X. Post war rosters show him as a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

KEATON, John H. H., born 14 Aug. 1843, Augusta Co., Va., Company E, 26th Virginia Infantry. Served three years in battles at Fayette Court House, Cotton Hill, Charleston, New Market, Dry Creek, and others. C.S.A.

KEATON, John K., Companies B and E, 26th Virginia Infantry. C.S.A.

KEEBAUGH, John W., Private, born 1838, Harrison County, buried Freed Cemetery, enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

KELLEY, Lowman, Private, born 1843, mustered 1 Oct. 1862, Company K, 6th West Virginia Infantry, discharged 1865, Union.

KELLEY, Oscar, [See PHOTO], Private, born 13 Jan. 1835, Ritchie Co., died 13 Sept. 1924, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery. (Name spelled "Ausker" on discharge.) Private of Capt. Nimrod Ray Kendall's Company K, 10th Regt., West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, enrolled 18 Aug. 1862, discharged 29 June 1865 at Richmond, Va., by reason of orders from War Department dated 24 May 1865. Age twenty-seven when discharged, 5'10' tall, light complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, farmer. Union. -- NOTE: - Nancy Cretella wrote on Apr 21 2012 to say that the photo alleged to be Oskar Kelley is the same man identified as Jacob Shock on THIS PAGE of photos submitted by Patricia Uldrich. Please WRITE if you can help resolve this conflict.

KELLEY, Solomon, was piloted to Pocahontas by Jacob P. Starcher. C.S.A.

KELLY (KELLEY), James, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 1 Sep. 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Randolph Co., W.Va. about 1823 (1825). Age 35, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Enlisted Camp Northwest, W.Va. (Camp Miller), 19 July 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated 20 July 1863. Absent 1 July 1863-31 Aug. 1864 (dated 6 Jan. 1865), transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864), transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Surrendered at Clarksburg, W.Va., 5 May 1865, and was paroled for exchange. Description: Age 43, 5' 7", fair complexion, dark hair and hazel eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Served in Co. F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Age 47, farmer, Sherman Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 55, farmer, Sherman District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. C.S.A.

KIDDER, Ira, Private, Company B, 12th West Virginia Infantry. Company C, 10th Infantry Volunteers. Union.

KIGHT, Benjamin A., Private, born 5 Aug. 1833, Hampshire Co., or Allegany Co., Md., died 4 Mar. 1918, buried Ayers Cemetery. Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861. Union.

KIGHT, Emanuel, Private, born 1822, Allegany Co., Md. Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Mustered 22 Dec. 1861, discharged Parkersburg, W.Va., 23 Apr. 1863. Union.

KINCADE, James, (See King, Denboth B.).

KING, Denboth B., alias James Kincade, Private, Company A, 2nd West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 15 May 1861, discharged 1864. Union.

KING, Francis M., Private, born 18 Mar. 1849, Marion Co., died 29 Sept. 1929, buried King Cemetery, Company D, 17th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 16 Aug. 1864, discharged 13 June 1865. Union.

KING, William P., Private, Companies A and B, 7th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted Dec. 1862, discharged July 1865. Union.

KINGSBURY, Elias, served two years in Federal Company A, 26th Pennsylvania Infantry. Union.

KNIGHT, Jeremiah, born 1834, Marion Co., Va., enlisted at West Union, 1 Sept. 1861, Company E, 2nd Regt., Virginia Mounted Volunteers, later changed to 2nd West Virginia Cavalry. Captured at Lewisburg 2 May 1863 and sent to prison camp where he found his younger brother, Samuel, near death from illness. He and his brother were paroled and at Camp Chase, Ohio, by 14 May 1863. Mustered out at Wheeling 28 Nov. 1864, died Mar. 1922 Doddridge Co., buried Salem, W.Va. (Ashburn). Union.

KNIGHT, John A., Private, Company H, 4th West Virginia Cavalry, enlisted July 1863, discharged Mar. 1865. Union.

KNIGHT, Samuel, Private, born 1843, brother to Jeremiah. Mustered 27 Dec. 1863, Company E, Sixth Regiment Infantry. Union.

KNOTTS, Absalom, [See PHOTO], Captain, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Harrison Co., Va. 11 Dec. 1830. Farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co. 26 Sep. 1862. Present January to December 1863. Attempted to raise a battalion of Cavalry 1863. Resigned 3 Mar. 1864. Captured in Roane Co. 25 Aug 1864. Farmer, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. Died 23 Apr. 1900. Buried in Minnora Cemetery. Brother of Rufus Knotts. C.S.A.

KNOTTS, Rufus, [See PHOTO], 1st Sergeant, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Jackson Co., Va. 11 Apr 1836. Farmer, age 24, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Absent on detached duty in Calhoun Co. January to February 1863. Present 30 Apr. 1863. Captured in Braxton Co. 13 Jan. 1864. Sent to Wheeling. Age 27, 5' 11", florid complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. Transferred to Camp Chase. Took oath and released 21 Dec. 1864. Died 10 May 1907. Buried in Walnut Church Cemetery. Brother of Absalom Knotts. C.S.A.

LANE, John A., Private, fifer, Company I, 8th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 23 Sept. 1861, discharged 14 May 1864. Union.

LANHAM, W. A., Private, born 3 Oct. 1849, died 10 June 1908, buried Nutter Cemetery. Enlisted 15 Mar. 1865, discharged 1 July 1865, Company F, 7th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

LAUGHLIN, Alva L., [See PHOTO], Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1 Mar. 1862. Killed while a prisoner of war by Confederate soldiers in Pocahontas County on or about 24 July 1863, as attested to by Jacob P. Starcher, C.S.A. and Henry Brannon, C.S.A. Husband of Diana Brannon Laughlin. Union.

LAUGHLIN, John A., 36, Company G. 11th West Virginia. Enlisted 11 Aug. 1863. Union.

LAUGHLIN, Robert, Captain, Company I, 1st Regt., West Virginia Vet. Infantry, enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. Injured by spent ball. Union.

LAW, Isaac T., Private, died 18 Oct. 1909, buried Hunt Cemetery. Enlisted 24 Dec. 1861, discharged 9 Aug. 1865, Company B, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

LAW, Leonslus F., Private, Company A, 6th West Virginia Cavalry, enlisted Sept. 1864, discharged May 1865. Union.

LEESON (LEASON), John Jr., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Feb. 1862 in Greenbrier Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Taken prisoner on 28 May 1862, confined and exchanged. Private, Co A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monongalia Co., W.Va. about 1834. Age 26, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Served in Co. F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Camp Northwest, W.Va. (Camp Miller), 19 July 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated 20 July 1863. Absent 1 July 1863-31 Aug. 1864 (dated 6 Jan. 1865), transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864). Clothing issued 11 Apr. 1864. Age 35, farmer, Sheridan Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 46, farmer, Sheridan District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. (Could be John Seeson, CSA, buried United Brethren Cemetery, Pennsboro, Ritchie Co., W.Va.). C.S.A.

LEESON (LEASON), Nathaniel G., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Apr. 1862 in Greenbrier Co., Va. Taken prisoner on 28 May 1862. Confined and exchanged. Present on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monongalia Co., W.Va. about 1830. Age 30, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Served in Co. F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Camp Northwest, W.Va. (Camp Miller), 19 July 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated 20 July 1863. Absent 1 July 1863-31 Aug. 1864 (dated 6 Jan. 1865), transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Feb. 1864), transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Captured Alleghany Co., Va. 25 Aug. 1863. Confined at the Atheneum Prison 6 Sep. 1863. Description, age 22 (?), 6' 1", fair complexion, red hair and blue eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 7 Sep. 1863. Confined at Camp Chase 8 Sep. 1863. Transferred to Rock Island, Illinois, 22 Jan. 1864. Confined at Rock Island Prison, 24 Jan. 1864. Took the oath of allegiance and was released 16 June 1865. Description, age 25, 5' 11", fair complexion, sandy hair and blue eyes, a resident of Big Bend, Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 40, farmer, Sheridan Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 47 (?), farmer, Sheridan District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. C.S.A.

LEESON, W. G. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Not on muster rolls. Deserted. Confined at Clarksburg, W.Va., 14 Oct. 1863, then sent North via Wheeling, W.Va. Resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

LEWIS, Amos M., Lieutenant, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery.

LONG, James M., Private, Co. I, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1842. Enlisted Huntersville, Pocahontas Co., W.Va. 6 Sep. 1864. Absent 30 June 1863 - 29 Feb. 1864, captured Droop Mountain, W.Va., 6 Sep. 1863; mounted; enlistment bounty due. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 16 Nov. 1863. Description, age 21, 5' 9-1/2" tall, fair complexion, sandy hair and blue eyes. Occupation farmer, residing in Rockbridge Co., Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 18 Nov. 1863. Confined at Camp Chase 18 Nov. 1863. Transferred to Ft. Delaware 4 Mar. 1864. Took the oath of allegiance and was released, 14 June 1865. Description: Age ?, 5' 7", fair complexion, light hair and gray eyes, a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

LOWE, Nimrod, Private, Company H, 14th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Aug. 1862, discharged Jan. 1865. Union.

LOWERS, Abraham (Abram), Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Mar. 1862 in Greenbrier Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted in Calhoun Co. 26 Feb. 1863. Present thru April 1863. Private, Co. A 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Kanawha Co. about 1839. Age 21, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Reported absent without leave on last roll. He was a prisoner of war at the time, escaped and rejoined his company. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if he was present or absent on the muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Age 41, farmer, Washington District, Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. Father of William H. Lowers. C.S.A.

LOWERS, Henry, Co. D, 3rd Virginia State Line. Enlisted on 17 Aug. 1862 in Roane Co., Va. Present on 1 Apr. 1863. Private, Co. C, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co. W.Va. about 1814. Age 46, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 15 Mar. 1863 (Pocahontas Co. 1 Apr. 1863). Not stated if he was present or absent on the muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Present 1 Jan. 1863-1 Apr. 1863. Has one horse. Present 31 Dec. 1863 to 31 Aug. 1864, had his own horse since 1 July 1864. Clothing issued 25 Feb. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Wounded Bunker Hill, W.Va. 19 July 1864. Returned to duty October 1864. Present 1 Sep. 1864 to 31 Oct. 1864; has own horse, $100 enlistment bounty due. Absent 2 Feb. 1865, leave of absence. Post war rosters show service in Co. A. Age 69, farmer, Washington District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Brother of William Lowers, cousin of Thomas Lowers. Buried Minnora Cemetery, Calhoun County (22' North of Samuel T. Isenhart's grave). C.S.A.

LOWERS, William H., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Mar. 1862 in Greenbrier Co., Va. Wounded in action in 1862. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Feb. 1863. Present thru 30 Apr. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Kanawha Co., W.Va. 23 Feb. 1843. Age 18, farmer, Calhoun Co., Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W. Va. 15 Mar. 1863 (Pocahontas Co., W.Va. 1 Apr 1863). Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Present 1 Jan. 1863-1 Apr. 1863, has one horse. Present 31 Dec. 1863-31 Aug. 1864, had his own horse since 1 July 1864. Clothing issued, 25 Apr. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Present 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864, has one horse, enlistment bounty due. Captured at Parkersburg, W. Va. 21 Apr. 1865. Confined at Clarksburg, W.Va., 22 Apr. 1865. Description, age 21, 5' 10_", fair complexion, black hair and brown eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Wood Co., W.Va. Paroled for exchange and released, 2 Apr. 1865. "He was a good soldier and a good citizen." Son of Henry Lowers. C.S.A.

LYNCH, William, Private, born Gilmer County, died 16 July 1933, buried Gibson Cemetery, (18' North of Nancy E. Anderson's grave). Kanawha Riflemen, 22nd Regt., Virginia Infantry. C.S.A.

LYONS, Elijah, Company G, 3rd Virginia State Line. Private, Co. H, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1840. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 19 Mar. 1863 (Webster Co., W.Va., 1 Aug. 1863). Not stated if he was present or absent on the muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864. Absent without leave. Captured Big Birch, Webster Co., W.Va. 3 Mar. 1865. Sent to Cumberland, Md., then to Wheeling, W.Va. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 11 Mar. 1865. Description, age 25, 5' 7", fair complexion, light hair and blue eyes. Occupation, farmer residing Webster Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 16 Mar. 1865. Confined at Camp Chase, 17 Mar. 1865. Applied for oath of allegiance beginning April 1865, stating he was a conscript. Took the oath of allegiance and was released, 16 May 1865. Signs by X. Description, age 25, 5' 7", dark complexion, a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

McCARTNEY, John, Private.

McCLANE, William, Private, Company I, 18th Ohio Infantry. Enlisted Sept. 1864, discharged 11 Oct. 1865. Union.

McCLOSKEY, Ephraim, second Lieutenant, died of wounds 7 Sept. 1861, wounded at Rowells Run, Calhoun Co., 6 Sept. 1861, Company K, 3rd West Virginia Infantry. Union.

McCOY, Henry W., Corporal, Company B, 15th Ohio Infantry, enlisted 1861, discharged 1863. Union.

McCOY, John, Private, born 3 Sept. 1835, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery, died 25 Jan. 1897. Company H, 6th Regt., West Virginia Volunteer Infantry. Enlisted 12 Sept. 1864, discharged 10 June 1865. Union.

McCOY, Samuel M., Corporal, Company K, 15th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted Feb. 1863, discharged July 1865. Captured 18 July at Lynchburg. Union.

McCUMBERS, Williard, Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Gilmer Co., Va. about 1846. Age 14, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co. 26 Sep. 1862. Presence or absence not stated January to February 1863. Present April 1863. Deserted 23 Sep. 1863. C.S.A.

McCUNE, Daniel W., Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Previously enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 6 May 1861. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1834. Age 26, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Not stated if present or absent on hospital muster roll, Warm Springs, 1 Apr. 1863-1 Jan 1864, attached to hospital as a nurse since 1 Nov. 1863; his enlistment shown as Calhoun Co., W.Va. 6 May 1861. Brother of John H., Paulser B., and Timothy McCune. Died Calhoun Co., W.Va., 1910. C.S.A.

McCUNE, Hiram, Company G, 9th West Virginia Inf. Enlisted 1 Mar. 1862. Union.

McCUNE, James, Jr., Private, born 31 Jan. 1839, died 28 Feb. 1925, buried Lamb Cemetery. Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry and Company I, 1st Regt., West Virginia Vet. Vol. Infantry. Enlisted 30 Sept. 1861. Union.

McCUNE, James, Sr., Private, wounded both thighs at Cloyd's Farm, 9 May 1864. Union.

McCUNE, John H., Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1838. Age 22, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Post war rosters only which show he was killed in action, Oct. 1862 and was a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Brother of Daniel, Paulser B, and Timothy McCune. C.S.A.

McCUNE, Paulser (Paulson, Paulcer) B., Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 (6 Dec. 1862) in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1832. Age 28, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Served in Co. F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Camp Northwest, 19 July 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster roll dated 20 July 1863. Absent 1 July 1863-31 Aug. 1864, (dated 6 Jan. 1865), transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864). Clothing issued 17 Jan. 1864 and 30 Apr. 1864. Paroled at Charleston, W.Va., 11 May 1865. Description, age 32, 5' 10", light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes and light whiskers. Post war resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 37, farm laborer, Lee Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 49, farmer, Lee District, Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. Brother of Daniel W., Timothy, John H. and Daniel McCune. Buried McCune Cemetery near Hur, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

McCUNE, Timothy, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 (Dec. 1861) in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Calhoun Co., 11 Nov. 1838. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Also shown as having enlisted in Co. E at Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 13 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Also shown as having enlisted in Co. H in Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W. Va 19 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Served in Lurty's Battery, transferred from 3rd Virginia State Line by George Downs, 1 Oct. 1863. Served in Co. F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Camp Northwest, 19 July 1863. Not stated if present of absent on muster roll dated 20 July 1863. Absent 1 July 1863-31 Aug. 1864, (dated 6 Jan. 1865), transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864). In battles or skirmishes at Spencer, Roane Co., Webster Glades, Huntersville, Lewisburg, White Sulphur Springs, Jackson’s Bridge, the Wilderness, Cedarville, Lynchburg, Milford, Waynesburg, Mt. Piedmont, Salem, Harpers Ferry, Frederick City, Rockville, Cedar Creek, Winchester, Woodstock, Fisher’s Hill, Currans, Bunker Hill, Shannon’s Mill. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, 9 Apr. 1865. Name does not appear on Appomattox Parole List. Post war rosters show he enlisted Dec. 1861. Brother of Daniel, John H, and Paulser B. McCune. Post war miller and resident of Lee District, Richardson, Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 31, farmer, Lee Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 42, farmer, Lee District, Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. May be buried in the Wright Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

McCUNE, William C. H., Private, Company I, 1st Regt., West Virginia Vet. Volunteer Infantry, June 1862 - May 1865. Union.

McDONALD, Adonijah, [See PHOTO], colonel, late commanding officer of the 186th Regt., Virginia Enrolled Militia. Union.

McDONALD, James F., [See PHOTO], second Lieutenant, born 15 Feb. 1832 or 1835, Harrison Co., died 1 Aug. 1910, buried Barr Cemetery. Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, discharged 11 June 1865. Union.

McGEE, Jesse, Private, born 11 July 1829 or 1831, Preston Co., Va., died 10 July 1903, buried Prosperity Cemetery. Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, discharged 1865. Union.

McGELL, John, Private.

MACE, Peter P., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Jan. 1862 in Nicholas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private, Co A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1842. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Clothing issued 30 Apr. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Signs by X. Post war resident of Nicholas Co., W.Va. Age 28, farmer, Lee Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Buried Mace Cemetery, Calhoun Co. W.Va. (6 'North of Martin Schregengost’s grave). C.S.A.

MAHANAY, William, Private, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1861, discharged 1864. Union.

MARKS, John, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 6 Dec. 1862 in Vicksburg, Miss. Present on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Also listed as being a resident of Gilmer Co., Va. Arrested and confined by 15 Mar. 1862. Charged with destroying Unionists’ property. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Lewis Co., Va. about 1838. Age 22, Calhoun Co., Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. C.S.A.

MARKS, John W., Corporal, born 9 June 1848 near Walton, died 10 Feb. 1919, Charleston, W.Va. Enlisted 15 Oct. 1863, Company B, 9th Regt., West Virginia Volunteer Infantry. Wounded in thigh by sniper 20 July 1864, Carter's Run, four miles South of Winchester, Va., as he was attempting to cross the river on a horse. Exploding shell also caused temporary blindness that reoccurred through life. Transferred, due to consolidation of regiments, 14 Nov. 1864, Company I, 1st West Virginia Veteran Infantry. Discharged 21 July 1865, Cumberland, Md. Union.

MARKS, Perry G., Private, died 8 Dec. 1864, uncle of soldiers John, Philip, Cornelius, and Thomas Marks. Enlisted 6 Jan. 1864. Captured at Cloyd's Mountain 9 May 1864, died at Camp Parole near Annapolis, Md., of diarrhea as a returned prisoner of war. Union.

MARKS, Philip C., Private, Company I, 1st Regt., West Virginia Vet. Volunteer Infantry. Initially in the 9th West Virginia Infantry. (The 9th was consolidated with 5th West Virginia Infantry November 9, 1864, to form 1st West Virginia Veteran Infantry.) Enlisted Oct. 1861, discharged July 1865, buried Road Run Cemetery, Beech, W.Va. Union.

MARKS, Thomas Cain, captured 19 June 1864 at Lynchburg. On 6 Dec. 1864 was at Camp Parole near Annapolis, Md., where his Uncle Perry had just died as a returned prisoner of war. Pensioned. Union.

MARSHALL, William P., Private.

MARSHALL, William T. L., [See PHOTO], Private, Co. E, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1846. Enlisted Doe Hill, Highland Co. (Bath Co.) 1 Feb. 1864. Present 1 Jan. 1864-31 Aug. 1864 (dated 1 Jan. 1865). Entitled to $100 bond. Present 9 Jan. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 29 Dec. 1864), entitled to $100 bond. Paroled at Staunton, 24 May 1865. Description: age 19, 5'6", dark complexion, black hair and blue eyes. Receiving $18.00 per month pension for gunshot wound to left leg and stiff knee joint on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. C.S.A.

MARTIN, George, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Jan. 1862 in Webster Co. Status not stated on 28 Feb. 1862 roll. Private, Co A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Marion Co., W.Va. about 1837. Age 23, carpenter, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Post war rosters only. C.S.A.

MARTIN, Joseph (J.), Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Private, Co. B, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1814. Captured Calhoun Co., W.Va. 24 Oct. 1862. Description, age 49, 5' 9", dark complexion, black hair and dark eyes. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 28 Oct. 1862. Description, (same as above) farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 1 Nov. 1862. Confined at Camp Chase, 2 Nov. 1862. Transferred to Cairo, Ill. 20 Nov. 1862. Exchanged. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 12 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Enlisted in Co. A, Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Private, Co. F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Camp Northwest, W.Va., (Camp Miller), 19 July 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated 20 July 1863. Absent 1 July 1863 to 31 Aug. 1864 (dated 6 Jan. 1865), transferred to Co A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864). Paroled Farmville, Va. April 1865, as a member of Co F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Clothing issued as a member of Co A, 19 Feb. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Paroled at Charleston, W.Va., 11 May 1865. Description, age 52, 5' 10", dark complexion, dark hair and dark eyes. Age 56, farm laborer, Center Township, Calhoun Co, W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 64, farmer, Center District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. C.S.A.

MARTIN, Joshua H., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Born in Marion Co., Va. about 1842. Age 18, Calhoun Co., Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted on 1 Sep. 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Prisoner of war record shows his enlistment as Calhoun Co., Va. July 1862. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Deserted. Took the oath of allegiance 5 Dec. 1863. Apparently returned to duty. Present 27 Feb. 1864. Clothing issued 21 May 1864 and 17 June 1864. Captured at Beverly, W.Va. 29 Oct 1864. Sent to Clarksburg, W.Va. then to Wheeling, W.Va, 2 Nov. 1864. Description: age 19, 5' 10", dark complexion, dark hair and hazel eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 2 Nov. 1864. Transferred to Camp Chase 22 Nov 1864. Confined at Camp Chase, 23 Nov. 1864. Took the oath of allegiance and was released 15 May 1865. Description: age 20, 5' 10", florid complexion, dark hair and dark eyes, a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 38, farmer, Center District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. C.S.A.

MATTHEWS, John, buried Bethlehem Cemetery. A survivor of Pickett's charge at Gettysburg. Was captured at Fort Donaldson but escaped. On 21 Feb. 1865 he was with McNeill's Rangers at Cumberland, Md. With 61 men they captured General Kelly and General Crook. The Union had 3,500 men at Cumberland. Matthews was captured here but escaped the same day. C.S.A.

MAY, George B., Private, Co E, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Pocahontas Co., about 1842. Age 18, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 12 Mar. 1863 (1 Apr. 1863). Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Absent 31 Oct. 1863-31 Oct. 1864 on horse detail, time now expired. Clothing issued 1 Mar. 1864, 30 Apr. 1864, and 17 June 1864. Signs by X. Captured Calhoun Co, W.Va. 27 Oct. 1864 (3 Nov. 1864). Confined at the Atheneum Prison, Nov. 1864. Description: age 22, 5' 7", fair complexion, brown hair and gray eyes. Occupation farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 29 Nov. 1864. Confined at Camp Chase 30 Nov. 1864. Took the oath of allegiance and was released 12 June 1865. Description, age 22, 5' 7", fair complexion, dark hair and gray eyes, a resident of Calhoun County, W.Va. Age 38, farmer, Washington District, Calhoun Co 1880 Census. Brother of William J. May. C.S.A.

MAY, John R., Private, Co E, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Pocahontas Co., about 1833. Age 27, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 12 Mar. 1863 (1 Apr. 1863). Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Absent 31 Oct. 1863-31 Oct. 1864, captured 15 July 1864. Had his own horse until 1 July 1864. Captured Loudon Co. (near Harper's Ferry, W.Va.), 15 July 1864. Sent to Harper's Ferry, W.Va., then to Washington, DC. Confined at the Old Capitol Prison, 17 July 1864. Transferred to Elmira, N.Y., 23 July 1864. Confined at Elmira Prison, 25 July 1864. Desired to take the oath of allegiance, 30 Sep. 1864, says he has family in Calhoun Co., W.Va. and wishes to go there. Died of disease, Elmira Prison, 29 Nov. 1864, pneumonia. Buried Woodlawn National Cemetery, Elmira, NY, grave No. 904 (1005).

MAY, Robert S., Private, Co E, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Pocahontas Co., W.Va., about 1837. Age 23, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 12 Mar. 1863 (1 Apr. 1863). Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Absent 31 Oct. 1863-31 Oct. 1864 on horse detail, time now expired. Clothing issued 1 Mar. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Captured Calhoun Co, W.Va. 27 Oct. 1864 (3 Nov. 1864). Confined at the Atheneum Prison, Nov. 1864. Description, age 28, 5' 6", fair complexion, black hair and blue eyes. Occupation farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase 29 Nov. 1864. Confined at Camp Chase, 30 Nov. 1864, desires to take the oath of allegiance. Died of disease, 7 Mar. 1865 (18 Mar. 1865), pneumonia. Buried Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery, 1/3 mile south of Camp Chase, grave No. 1700. C.S.A.

MAY, William J., Private, Co. E, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Pocahontas Co., W.Va. about 1841. Age 19, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 12 Mar. 1863 (1 Apr. 1863). Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Absent 31 Oct. 1863-31 Oct. 1864. Had his own horse since 1 July 1864. Clothing issued 1 Mar. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Signs by X. Captured Loudon Co. (near Harper's Ferry, W.Va.), 15 July 1864. Sent to Harper's Ferry, W.Va., then to Washington, DC. Confined at the Old Capitol Prison, 17 July 1864. Transferred to Elmira, N.Y., 23 July 1864. Confined at Elmira Prison, 25 July 1864. Desired to take the oath of allegiance, 30 Sep. 1864 and remain in the North. Took the oath of allegiance and was released, 15 May 1865. Description: age ?, 5' 7", dark complexion, auburn hair and gray eyes, a resident of Clarksburg, W.Va. Signs by X. Age 41, farmer, Washington District, Calhoun Co., WV 1880 Census. Brother of George B. May. C.S.A.

MAZE (MAYS), Alford, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line, (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co. Killed in action 8 June 1862 in Calhoun Co. per Virginia State Line records. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Post war rosters only, which show he was a member of this unit. Buried Maze Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. (6' North of S. B. Maze’s grave). C.S.A

MAZE, Andrew C., Private, born 16 May 1839, died 8 Jan. 1904, buried Maze Cemetery. Company H, 17th Virginia Cavalry, Jenkins's Brigade for three years eighteen months. He was a Federal prisoner at Rock Island, Ill. In battles of Winchester, Jones Cross Roads, Gettysburg, and others. C.S.A.

MAZE (MAIZE, MAYS), George Washington, [See PHOTO], Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 1 Aug. 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Post war rosters only. Born Greenbrier Co., W.Va. about 1841. Age 18, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Post war member of W.Va. Legislature. Age 38, farmer, Sheridan District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Died 18 Jan. 1923. Buried Maze Cemetery, Calhoun Co., Va. (2' North of C. W. Maze’s grave). C.S.A.

MAZE (MAYS), Joseph, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Feb. 1862 in Greenbrier Co., Va. Absent without leave on 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Post war rosters only. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1838. Age 22, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. C.S.A.

MAZE (MAYS), Thomas S., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Aug. 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Went absent without leave on 1 Sep. 1862 per 28 Feb. 1863 roll. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Post war rosters only. Born Harrison Co., W.Va. about 1816 (1814). Age 46, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Age 54, farmer, Sheridan Township, Calhoun Co., 1870 Census. C.S.A.

MEADOWS, Andrew J., Private, Company G, 9th West Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. Union.

METZ, Peter, born 26 Jan. 1830, died 16 Mar. 1912, buried Saunders Cemetery, Leading Creek.

MITCHELL, Elim, chaplain. Probably buried under Arnoldsburg Church. C.S.A.

MONROE, Asa A., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Feb. 1862 in Greenbrier Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Taken prisoner in Wirt Co., Va. on 22 Oct. 1862. Then was age 31, 6' 3", grey eyes, dark hair and complexion, occupation, farmer. Sent to Camp Chase and then to Cairo, Ill. where he was exchanged on 20 Nov. 1862. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born 11 Apr. 1831. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Clothing issued 2 Feb. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Post war records show he was a U.S. soldier. Age 39, farmer, Sheridan Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Died 21 Jan. 1899. Buried Sixteen Cemetery, near Industry, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A. & Union.

MOORE, Jehu (John), Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Post war rosters only, which show he was from Calhoun Co., W.Va. Captured 14 Oct. 1864. Died in hands of the enemy. C.S.A.

MOORE, Jonathan, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 July 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Randolph Co., W.Va., 18 Mar. 1838. Captured in Calhoun Co. 1862. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Captured Calhoun Co., W.Va., 1 Nov. 1863. Wounded, probably at time of capture. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 20 Nov. 1863. Description: age 25, 6', light complexion, brown hair and hazel eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 20 Nov. 1863. Confined at Camp Chase, 21 Nov. 1863. Records also show prisoner at Johnson Island and Vicksburg. Took the oath of allegiance and was released, 13 May 1865. Description: age ?, 6', florid complexion, dark hair and gray eyes, a resident of Roane Co., W.Va. Post war farmer and resident of Hamlin, Lincoln Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

MOORE, Samuel, Private, Co. A, 3rd Cavalry and Infantry “Moccasin Rangers”, Virginia State Line (later 19th Virginia Cavalry). Enlisted July 15, 1861. On Company muster rolls July 15, 1861 to February 28, 1862, March 1 to Aug 31, 1862, and October 31, 1862 to February 28, 1863. "Prisoner in hands of the enemy. Captured on 14 October, 1862" on an undated document. C.S.A.

MORGAN, Jacob M., Sergeant, born 20 Feb. 1842, Taylor Co., died 25 Feb. 1920, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery. Enlisted 25 June 1861, Company F, 6th Regt., West Virginia Cavalry. Union.

MORTON, George W., Corporal, Company C, 18th Ohio Vol. Infantry, enlisted 1861, discharged 1864. Union.

NELSON, Jerry P., Company D, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

NESTER, Samuel W., Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861. In hospital Gallipolis, Ohio, 22 July 1864. Died of wounds received in action. Union.

NEWCOMB, George W.

NEWELL, Isaac A., Private, Company G, 25th Ohio Infantry, 1861-1862. Union.

NICHOLSON, Edward, Private, Company L, 6th West Virginia Infantry, Jan. 1863 - Jan. 1865. Union.

NITZ, William K., [See PHOTO], born 14 Mar. 1832 or 1834, Germany. died 18 May 1920, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery. Union.

NORMAN, Alpheus, Private, born 11 Dec. 1823 or 1825 Lewis Co., Va., died 9 Oct. 1899, buried Norman Cemetery near Five Forks. In Capt. Jacob Clammer's Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, was enrolled 10 Nov. 1861, discharged 31 Dec. 1864 at Wheeling, W.Va. Age thirty-eight when discharged, 5'10" tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, farmer. Union.

NORMAN, Henry B., Private, born 1844, Gilmer Co., Va., mustered 26 Oct. 1861, Company B, 11th West Virginia Infantry, mustered out 11 Nov. 1864. Union.

NORMAN, Philip, Private, born about 1829, Lewis Co., Va., Company B, 11th Virginia Infantry, mustered 26 Oct. 1861, mustered out 11 Nov. 1864. Union.

NORMAN, William, Private, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1861. Adjutant general's report shows he was erroneously mustered 14 Mar. 1862, deserted at Spencer 3 Sept. 1862. Union.

NUTTER, (NUTLER), Levi, Co. A., 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 1 May 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Kanawha Co., W.Va., 1825. Age 35, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Post war rosters show he enlisted 6 Dec. 1862. Age 55, farmer, Lee District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Died 1912. Buried Winner-Ball Cemetery near Rocksdale, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

OWENS, Lewis L., Private, mustered 30 Sept. 1861, discharged for disability. Company B, 9th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

PANTELL, Elijah, Sergeant, Company F, 105th Pennsylvania Infantry. Union.

PARSONS, Benjamin B., Private, born 3 Dec. 1830, died 21 Feb. 1905, buried Clark Jarvis Cemetery. Enlisted Jan. 1862, Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry, re-enlisted Company E, 1st Regt., Veteran Volunteer Infantry, also served in Company I, 1st Regt. Wounded 9 May 1864, Cloyd's Mountain. Union.

PARSONS, George W., Private, mustered 1 Jan. 1864, Company I, 1st Regt., West Virginia Vet. Volunteer Infantry. Union.

PARSONS, Joseph P., Corporal, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Gilmer Co., Va. about 1844. Farmer, age 16, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862 as Private. Presence or absence not stated January to February 1863. Captured as deserter Braxton Co. 14 Jan. 1864. Sent to Wheeling. Age 20, 6', florid complexion, gray eyes, dark hair, farmer, Calhoun Co. Transferred to Camp Chase. Released 6 May 1865. Farmer, age 25, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. C.S.A.

PARSONS, Josiah, made his escape with George Duskey from Sprigg Hill Hospital while being treated for minor illness. C.S.A.

PELL, John R., wagoner, mustered 24 Dec. 1861, Company B, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

PELL, Julius W., [See PHOTO], musician, born 1850, died 6 June 1919, buried IOOF Cemetery, Bethlehem. Fifer. Mustered 24 Dec. 1861, Company B, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

PENINGER, Amos M., second Lieutenant, born 1838, died 1925, buried IOOF Cemetery, Bethlehem. Company D, 15th West Virginia. Union.

PERKINS, Perry, Company A, 26th Virginia Cavalry. C.S.A.

PETTIT, Nathaniel, Private, born 1828, died 14 Jan. 1903, buried Big Bend, enlisted 14 Mar. 1865, discharged 30 June 1865. Company L, 3rd West Virginia Cavalry. Union.

PFEIFER, C., born 1850, buried Maze Cemetery near Industry.

POLING, Jacob, Private, born 7 Jan. 1830 (or 1833), Randolph Co., Va., died Nov. 1904, a pensioner. Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted Nov. 1861, discharged Dec. 1864. Union.

POLING, Nicholas, [See PHOTO], Lieutenant, born Aug. 1820 (or 1823), Randolph Co., Va., died 23 Apr. 1889, buried Sycamore Cemetery. Enlisted Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry, 22 Dec. 1861 at Elizabeth, Wirt Co. Was elected second Lieutenant by the company, served until his capture in the Battle of Spencer, Roane County, 2 Sept. 1862. Paroled by General Jenkins on condition he would do nothing further against the Confederacy. Resigned 2 Oct. 1862. Fought in Battle of Arnoldsburg 6 May 1862. Company C was encamped at Camp McDonald when attacked by Partisans from Roane, Calhoun, Braxton, and Gilmer counties. Lieutenant Poling and his company took a strong position in the home of Peregrine Hays, county sheriff, then a member of the Partisans. The superior guns of the Union soldiers forced the Partisans to retreat. Federal troops suffered one wounded. the Partisans lost two killed and one wounded. Union.

POLING, Wesley, [See PHOTO], Private, born 1844 or 1847, Barbour Co., Va., died 1922, buried Sand Ridge Cemetery. Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Served three years in nine major engagements. His company was ordered to Gettysburg while stationed at Harpers Ferry but battle ended before he arrived. He was ill with fever, hospitalized in Parkersburg, Harpers Ferry, Va., and Frederick, Md. Received pension. Was present at Lee's surrender. Enlisted Aug. 1862 at Camp McDonald, Arnoldsburg, discharged 12 June 1865 at Richmond. Union.

POWELL, Oliver W., Private, born 1844, buried McDonald (Powell) Cemetery, Company H, 1st West Virginia Light Artillery. Enlisted 1861. Union.

PRICE, William, born Barbour Co., Va., 27 Jan. 1824. Captured at Beverly 2 July 1863 and held in Libby Prison at Richmond until Mar. 1864 (1865?). Union.

PROBST, James M. (PROPST), Private, died Dec. 1902, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery. Enlisted 20 Aug. 1862, discharged 27 June 1865. Company G, 14th Regt., West Virginia Infantry Volunteer. Receiving $6.00 per month pension for wound to left shoulder on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

PROUDFOOT, Francis, Private, born Barbour Co., Va., died Richmond, Va., 17 Aug. 1865 (age 20), mustered 21 Sept. 1861. Died of wounds received in the war. Union.

PROUDFOOT, Levi, Private, born Barbour Co., Va., died 25 June 1864, Meadow Bluffs, Nicholas County, of exposure in war (age 24). Mustered 22 Dec. 1861. Union.

RABAR, Jacob, Private, Company P, 6th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1864, discharged 1865. Union.

RAFFERTY, Patrick “Pat,” Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 6 Dec. 1862 at Vicksburg, Miss. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Latram, Ireland about 1822. Age 38, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Clothing issued 21 Mar. 1864. Paroled at Charleston, W.Va., 11 May 1865. Description, age 43, 5/10", dark complexion, black hair, gray eyes and brown whiskers. Post war roster shows he was captured during the war by Captain Simpson’s detachment a few miles east of Grantsville, W.Va. Age 50, farmer, Sherman Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. C.S.A.

REED, Levi, Private, born Pendleton County, in Capt. John W. Spencer's Company B, 9th Regt., West Virginia Infantry Volunteers. Enrolled 16 Sept. 1861, discharged 5 Oct. 1864 at Harpers Ferry, W.Va. Age thirty-seven when discharged, 5' 6-1/2" tall, dark complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, farmer. Union.

RICHARDS, Adonijah ("Atch"), Private, born Ritchie Co. In Capt. Jacob Clammer's Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, enrolled 10 Nov. 1861, discharged 24 Dec. 1864 at Cumberland, Md., age twenty-three when discharged, 5'11" tall, fair complexion, black eyes, brown hair, farmer. Union.

RICHARDS, Albert C., Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, died of disease near Sewell's Mountain Va., 27 June 1864. Union.

RICHARDS, Caleb, Lieutenant, born 20 Oct. 1830, died 2 Oct. 1903, buried Big Bend Cemetery. Enlisted 1861, discharged 1865. Company G, 18th Ohio Infantry. Union.

RICHARDS, Isaac, Private, born about 1840, Wood County, Va., mustered 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union. RIDDEL, Benjamin F., Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1839. Age 22, Calhoun Co., 1860 Census. Not on muster rolls. Clothing issued 21 Apr. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Surrendered at Cornwallis, W.Va. 2 May 1865. Confined at Clarksburg, W.Va., 4 May 1865. Description, age 26, 6', fair complexion, light hair and hazel eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Paroled 4 May 1865, to be exchanged and released. Was shot at by William Wiant’s Co., Gilmer Co. Home Guards (U.S.), and his horse killed. Was later wounded and hid under a rock near Richardson, W.Va. and was cared for by a lady named Townsend. The bullet was never removed from his body. Age 31, farmer, Sheridan Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 41, physician and surgeon, Sheridan District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Father of John, Valentine, and Dr. S. W. Riddle. Buried Wright Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

RINESTONE, William J., Private, Company D, 18th U.S. Infantry. Enlisted 1862, discharged 1864. Union.

ROACH, George, Private, buried Dry Hill Cemetery, Roane Co., W.Va., Company F, 85th Pennsylvania Infantry, 20 Jan. 1864 to 23 June 1864. Discharged for tuberculosis. Union.

ROANE, David, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 6 May 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Killed in action on 20 Aug. 1862 in Calhoun Co. Resident of Calhoun Co., Va. C.S.A.

ROBERTS, Enoch, Private, Company D, 7th West Virginia Infantry, 1865-1865. Union.

ROBINSON, Francis, Private, born 1825, Harrison Co., died 4 Sept. 1899, buried Sycamore Cemetery. Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861 at Smithville, mustered out 4 Jan. 1865 at Wheeling, was at Elizabeth, Wirt Co., Cumberland, Battle of Bull Run. Union.

ROBINSON, Harvey G., Sergeant, born 1841, Harrison Co., died 4 Sept. 1899. Mustered 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry, buried Sycamore Cemetery (29' South of Jasper Ball's grave). Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, participated in battles at Fisher's Hill and Cedar Creek. Mustered out 24 Dec. 1864 at Cumberland, Md. Union.

ROBINSON, James, first Lieutenant, commanded Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry at Arnoldsburg. Union.

ROGERS, A. J., Corporal, Company R, 10th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted June 1863, discharged Aug. 1865. Union.

ROGERS, James Madison, Jr. 2nd Lieutenant, Co H, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis County, about 1835 (1837). Age 24, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Prior service, Co. G, 10th Virginia Cavalry (Stewart’s Division, Hampton’s Brigade). Listed as having been promoted to Bvt. (3rd) 2nd Lieutenant, 19th Virginia Cavalry, 29 May 1863. Enlisted Camp Northwest, 1 June 1863. Elected Jr. 2nd Lieutenant, 4 June 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated August 1863, Jr. 2nd Lieutenant. Present, Jr. 2nd Lieutenant, 31 Aug. 1863-31 Aug. 1864. Present 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864), entitled to $100 bond. Absent 25 Oct. 1864, sick in hospital 7 days. Post war source shows he was in 72 battles and was wounded 3 times. Post war resident of Calhoun County, W.Va. C.S.A.

ROGERS, John, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Not on muster rolls. Post war rosters show he was from Calhoun Co., W.Va. Died Columbus, Ohio. Buried Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery. C.S.A.

ROGERS, John P., Company E, 4th U.S. Heavy Artillery. Union.

ROGERS, Robert H., Sergeant, born 28 Jan. 1839 (or 1840), Ritchie Co., died 21 Apr. 1919, buried Big Bend Cemetery. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861, Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Wounded New River Bridge, Va., 10 May 1864. Union.

ROGERS, Robert Marion, Company H, 20th Virginia Infantry. Wounded and unfitted for service. C.S.A.

ROGERS, Seth, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 17 July 1861 in Calhoun Co. Resident of Calhoun Co., Va. He was taken prisoner, imprisoned, exchanged and died at Jackson, Miss. 20 Sep. 1862. C.S.A.

ROGERS, Thomas S., Private, mustered 26 Oct. 1861, Company B, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

ROLINS, Edward, born about 1816, Harrison Co., Va.

ROSE, James A., second Lieutenant, Carpenter's battery. Enlisted 1861, discharged 1865.

SALTKILL, John, Private, Company B, 6th Ohio Infantry. Enlisted 1863, discharged 1865. Union.

SAURBOURN (SAURBURN), Peter Augustus, [See PHOTO], Captain, Co. _, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Recruited men for the Moccasin Rangers. Listed as Captain on post war roster. Killed in action 15 Dec. 1861 in a running fight with Union troops on the Lower West Fork near Sinking Springs. On post war roster, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry, but obviously never served there. Born Andernack, Rheinland, Prussia about 1818. Moved to the United States about 1840. Age 42, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Owned and operated a tannery, was a Deputy Sheriff and Postmaster at Big Bend, Va. May 1859; July 1860. Believed to be buried Bethlehem Cemetery, Grantsville, W.Va. C.S.A.

SCHOOLCRAFT, Aaron, Private, mustered 7 Jan. 1864, Company I, 1st Regt., West Virginia Vet. Volunteer Infantry. Union.

SCHOOLCRAFT, John A., Company G, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 7 Jan. 1864. Union.

SELBY, A. C., born about 1845, Gilmer Co., Va.

SHAFER, John F., Private, born 3 Dec. 1848, died 20 Jan. 1935, buried Shafer Cemetery on West Fork. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1863, discharged 9 Aug. 1865. Company I, 15th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Union.

SHAFFER, George W., [See PHOTO], Private, born 11 Aug. 1837, died 8 Aug. 1918, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery. Company H, 10th Regt.,Virginia Infantry, enlisted 15 Nov. 1862, discharged 29 June 1865. C.S.A.

SHAFFER, James T., Private, Company F, 12th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 9 Aug. 1862, discharged 16 July 1865. Union.

SHARPS, J. S., (Rev.), born 26 Sept. 1841, died 5 Feb. 1935, buried IOOF Cemetery, Bethlehem. C.S.A.

SHARPS, William, served four years. C.S.A.

SHIMER, George W., Sergeant, born 5 Apr. 1835, Allegany Co., Md., died 3 Oct. 1911, buried Gainer-Shimer Cemetery. In Capt. Jacob Clammer's Company C, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry Volunteers. Enrolled 10 Nov. 1861, discharged 24 Dec. 1864. Age twenty-nine when discharged, 5'9' tall, dark complexion, blue eyes, black hair, occupation--blacksmith. Union.

SHOCK, Albert, Private, served in Company K, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Imprisoned and paroled in May 1865 at Charleston, W.Va., age nineteen, 5'9' tall, dark eyes, dark hair, fair complexion. C.S.A.

SHOCK, Jacob G., Private, born 12 Dec. 1837, died 19 Feb. 1916, buried Shock Cemetery near Mt. Zion. Company D, 31st Regt., Virginia Cavalry. C.S.A.

SHRENIGOST, Martin, Private, Company M, Pennsylvania. Union.

SIDWELL, Josiah M., Private, born 29 Nov. 1826, died 23 Oct. 1900, buried Burns Cemetery near Bethel Church, Hattie's Run. Entered service at New Brighton, Pa., Greene Co., 1862, Company K. 57th Regt., discharged 1865. Union.

SIERS, Elijah M., Corporal, born 25 Mar. 1841, Monroe Co., died 1928, buried Siers Cemetery. Enlisted 2 Nov. 1862, Company E, 14th Virginia Cavalry, imprisoned at Camp Chase thirteen months. In battles of Brandy Station. Droop Mountain, and other engagements. C.S.A.

SIERS, John W., Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monroe, Co., Va. about 1839. Farmer, age 21, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862. Presence or absence not stated January to February 1863. Present 30 Apr. 1863. C.S.A.

SILCOTT, George W., [See PHOTO], Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 Feb. 1862 in Greenbrier Co., Va. Private, Co.G, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Captain Assistant Commissary of Subsistance. Born Fauquier Co., Va., 29 Nov. 1830. Age 29, Clerk of Court, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Captain of prewar militia. Partner of Peregrine Hays in the mercantile and land business. Helped Peregrine Hays organize the Moccasin Rangers. Became disgusted with the way the company was acting, and returned to Arnoldsburg. Virginia State Line records lists as having deserted in October 1862. Captain Daniel Duskey ordered his arrest as a deserter. U.S. forces arrested him, and he was confined at Camp Chase. Paroled and returned to Calhoun Co., W.Va. Entered Spencer, W.Va. with Peregrine Hays under a flag of truce and secured a cease fire from Col. J. C. Rathbone for 8 days so Downs’ men could visit their homes unmolested. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 12 Mar. 1863 (Bath Co., 1 Mar. 1864). Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863, Private. Absent F&S muster roll 1 Sep. 1864 to 31 Oct. 1864, Quartermaster Sergeant on leave; $100. bond due. Acting Assistant Adjutant, Gen. Jackson’s Cavalry Brigade, 30 Apr. 1865. Paroled at Staunton, 1 May 1865, as Captain Assistant Commissary of Subsistance. Description: age 34, 5' 7_", fair complexion, brown hair and hazel eyes, a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Post war roster shows he was commissioned as a Captain by Gov. John Letcher. Post war County Clerk, Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 50, Clerk of Court, Center District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Died 6 May 1903. Buried Bethlehem Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

SIMERS, Isaac L., Corporal, born 3 May 1830, died 18 Sept. 1920, Company K, 161st Ohio. Enlisted 1862, discharged 1864, buried Ayers Cemetery. Union.

SIMMONS, Ananias, 3rd Virginia State Line. Private, Co. E, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born 1841. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 12 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Present 31 Oct. 1863 -1 Oct. 1864. Had his own horse since 20 Oct. 1863. Clothing issued 1 Mar. 1864, 22 Mar. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Captured in Ritchie Co., W. Va 11 Apr. 1865. Confined at Clarksburg, W.Va. Description: age 23, 5' 9", fair complexion, dark hair and gray eyes. Occupation farmer, residing in Ritchie Co., W.Va. Paroled 22 Apr. 1865. Age 39, farmer, Sherman District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Post war resident of Sherman District Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 63 in 1910. Post war roster lists him as a resident of Lewis Co., W.Va. Died 26 Aug. 1913. Buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

SIMS, Newton G., Private, born 7 Mar. 1846, died 30 Nov. 1919, buried Carpenter Cemetery (25' North of Alfred Carpenter's grave). Enlisted 9 Dec. 1861, discharged 21 July 1865. Company B, 9th Regt., West Virginia Infantry, also Company I, 1st Regt., West Virginia Vet. Volunteer Infantry. Union.

SLIDER, Joseph, [See PHOTO], Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A and H, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Tyler Co., W.Va. 10 June 1843. Age 16, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 19 Mar. 1863 in Co. H. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated 3 Mar. 1863. Clothing issued 1 Apr. 1864, 30 Apr. 1864, July 1864, and August 1864. Signs by X. Captured Parkersburg, W.Va., no date. Sent to Clarksburg, W.Va. by 20 Apr. 1865. Confined at Clarksburg, W.Va. 22 Apr 1865. Description: age 21, 5' 11", florid complexion, brown hair and gray eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 27, farmer, Lee Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 37, farmer, Lee District, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1880 Census. Died 31 May 1914. Buried in Slider Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

SMARR (SMOR), Jesse V., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 17 June 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted in Calhoun Co., Va. 26 Sep. 1862 Absent on detached duty in Calhoun Co. January to April 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born 1843. Age 17, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. C.S.A.

SMITH, Amos G., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Captured on 17 Nov. 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Sent to Wheeling. Then age 22, 5' 11", fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, occupation, farmer, resident of Calhoun Co., Va. Exchanged at Cairo, Ill. on 2 Dec. 1862. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1839. Age 21, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Transferred to Lurty’s Battery from the 3rd Virginia State Line by Captain Downs 1 Oct. 1863. Brother of Joshua Smith. C.S.A.

SMITH, Barnes N., Co. A, Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 Nov. 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Wounded in action in Webster Co., Va. on 11 June 1862. Absent with leave on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Ritchie Co., W.Va. about 1848. Age 12, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Post war rosters only, which show he was wounded in Webster Co., W.Va. 11 June 1863. Post war resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 23, farmer, Washington Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Brother of Henry B. Smth, C.S.A. Barnes was a Private, in Captain Hodard's [Stoddard's] Company F, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry Volunteers. Enrolled 20 Aug. 1863 for three years, discharged 1 June 1865 at Grafton, W.Va., by reason of wounds received in action at Cedar Creek 19 Oct. 1864. Born in Ritchie Co., age eighteen when discharged, 5' 10" tall, fair complexion, hazel eyes, light hair, farmer, discharged at U.S.A. General Hospital, Grafton, W.Va. Discharge on file in Miscellaneous Record Book, Calhoun County Clerk’s Office, Grantsville, Calhoun County, W.Va. Receiving $4.00 per month for gunshot wound to head and loss of right eye on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

SMITH, George S., Private, Company A, 6th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 26 Oct. 1861, discharged June 1865. Also served in Company B, 11th Infantry. Union.

SMITH, Henry B., Private, Co. B. 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Lewis Co. about 1843. Age 17, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 7 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Brother of Barnes N. Smith. C.S.A.

SMITH, James L., Co. A., 3rd Virginia State Line. Enlisted Calhoun Co. 15 Nov. 1861. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Co. A., 19th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted at Williamsburg 1 Mar. 1863. Taken prisoner in Roane/Calhoun Co., W.Va. 2 Mar. 1865. Sent to Cumberland, Md., then to Wheeling. Age 37, 5' 8", fair complexion, light hair and blue eyes, farmer residing in Ritchie Co., W.Va. Sent to Camp Chase, 27 Mar 1865. Took the oath of allegiance, released, 13 June 1865. Age 38, 5' 7-1/2, dark complexion, black hair and blue eyes, residing in Ritchie Co. C.S.A.

SMITH, James M., Private, in Captain Stoddard's Company F, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

SMITH, Joshua, [See PHOTO], Private, born 1818, died 1865, at Richmond, Va., from injuries received in war. Mustered 21 Sept. 1863. Wife, Emily, receiving $8.00 per month widows pension on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union. [In Company "F" 11th West Virginia Infantry.]

SMITH, Joshua, 4th Corporal Co A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Detached service on 20 Dec. 1862. Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Lewis Co. about 1844. Age 16, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Post war rosters show he was on detached duty 20 Dec. 1862. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co, W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Transferred to Lurty's Battery from the 3rd Virginia State Line by Captain Downs, 1 Oct. 1863. Son of Amos G. Smith [Error reported by Gloria Kennedy: Joshua was the s/o Joshua & Phebe Smith, and brother of Amos G., who also served in the Moccasin Rangers.] C.S.A.

SMITH, Samuel S., Co. A. 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Born Harrison Co., W.Va. about 1826 (1817). Age 34, farmer, Calhoun Co.,W.Va. 1860 Census. Captured Calhoun Co.,W.Va, 24 Oct. 1862. Confined at the Atheneum prison 28 Oct. 1862. Description: age 44, 5' 8", dark complexion, bald, blue eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Charged with being a volunteer in the Confederate States Army. Transferred to Camp Chase 1 Nov 1862. Confined at Camp Chase 2 Nov 1862. Transferred to Cairo, Ill. 20 Nov. 1862. Exchanged. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Served in Co. B, 46th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry. C.S.A.

SMITH, Sam, Private, buried about seventy-five yards from Smith Cemetery on C. H. Parson's farm, near intersection of Lambert's Fork and Right Fork of Crummie's Creek. Too young to be a regular but was killed in action by Home Guards. The women of the community buried him in Linn bark. Mustered 24 May 1863, died 22 June 1863, Company B, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

SMITH, Thomas J., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Harrison Co., about 1837. Age 23, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Deserted. Took the oath of allegiance 25 Dec. 1863 and gave his bond. Age 49 (?), farmer, Lee District, Calhoun Co., 1880 Census. C.S.A.

SMITH, William J., Co. A., 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 29 Aug. 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1841. Age 19, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Deserted. Took the oath of allegiance 25 Dec. 1863 and gave his bond. C.S.A.

SNIDER, Jacob. Enlisted at Weston, W.Va. in 1863. He continued in the Regular Army and served in the Indian Wars during the latter part of the 19th century. Brother of John and Samuel Snider.

SNIDER, John. Co. C., 11th W.Va. Volunteer Infantry. Enlisted 22 Dec. 1861. Discharged in 1864. All of his service was connected with keeping the B&O Railroad open in order to keep supplies flowing to the Union troops in the south. Hospitalized in Parkersburg and lost vision in one eye due to smallpox. Based at Parkersburg and later at Keyser, W.Va. following Lee's invasion into Pennsylvania. Buried in Saunders Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. Brother of Jacob and Samuel Snider. Union.

SNIDER, Samuel, Co. K, 3rd W.Va. Infantry. Served under Gen. R.H. Milroy and was assigned to the newly-created Mountain Dept. under Gen. John C. Fremont. Fought in battles leading up to the Second Battle of Bull Run. Served at Camp Ethan Allen defending Washington. In May 1863 the 3rd was changed to a mounted infantry regiment and took part in battle of Droop Mountain on 6 Nov. 1863. Engaged in the Salem Raid which led to his capture on 19 Dec. 1863 near Covington, Va. Died of disease related to starvation, Scorbutus, at Andersonville. Brother of Jacob and John Snider. Union.

SNYDER, Jeremiah E., Private, Company F, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted 1863, discharged 1865. C.S.A.

STALLMAN, Alfred, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Aug. 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Absent without leave on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Lewis Co., W.Va. about 1841. Age 19, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Post war rosters only. Brother of William Stallman. C.S.A.

STALLMAN, Daniel, born 24 Nov. 1840, died 5 May 1906, buried Wright Cemetery, Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Union.

STALLMAN, David, Corporal, born about 1821, Lewis Co., Va. Served four years in Company C, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Mustered 21 Sept. 1862. Union.

STALLMAN, George Washington, Co. A, Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Mar. 1862. Born in Lewis Co., Va. about 1837. Age 23, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Arrested and confined at Wheeling, Va. Released on his oath and bond by 13 Mar. 1862. Post war rosters show he died in Greenbrier Co., Va. on 15 Nov. 1862. (Residence also listed as Gilmer Co., Va.) C.S.A.

STALLMAN, Philip, was piloted to Pocahontas by Jacob A. Starcher. C.S.A.

STALLMAN, William, Co. A, Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Gilmer (Lewis) Co., about 1843. Age 17, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Prisoner of war records show he enlisted in Greenbrier Co. in June. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. 20th Virginia Cavalry: Enlisted Camp Northwest (Camp Miller), W.Va. 19 July 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated 20 July 1863. Absent 1 July 1863-31 Aug. 1864 (dated 6 Jan. 1865). Transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864) Clothing issued 21 Mar. 1864, 25 May 1864, and 17 June 1864. Captured Beverly, W.Va., 29 Oct. 1864. Sent to Clarksburg, W.Va., then to Wheeling, W.Va., 2 Nov. 1864. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, ? Nov. 1864. Description, age 22, 5' 4", fair complexion, light hair and brown eyes. Occupation, farmer residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase 29 Nov. 1864. Confined at Camp Chase, 30 Nov. 1864, desires to take the oath of allegiance. Took the oath of allegiance and was released, 5/15/65. Description, age 23, florid complexion, dark hair and hazel eyes, a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Brother of Alfred Stallman. C.S.A.

STARCHER, Alfred, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 29 Aug. 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Co. F, 46th Battalion Virginia Cavalry. Born Jackson Co., W.Va. about 1834. Age 26, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. C.S.A.

STARCHER, Hezekiah (Hesskia) H, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 29 Aug. 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Taken prisoner on 17 Nov. 1862 in Calhoun Co., sent to Wheeling, Va. Then age 21, 5' 9", fair complexion, grey eyes, light hair, occupation, farmer. Sent to Camp Chase, then to Cairo Ill. for exchange on 2 Dec. 1862. Private, Co. A and H, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Jackson Co., W.Va., 25 Feb 1840. Age 18 (?), Calhoun County 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co. 19 Mar. 1863 in Co. H. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Clothing issued as a member of Company A, 23 Feb. 1864, 1 Apr. 1864, 30 Apr. 1864, 17 June 1864, and 6 July 1864. Signs by X. Age 29, farmer, Lee Township, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. Age 40, farmer, Lee District, Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. Died 1 Oct. 1919, buried Gibson Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

STARCHER, Henry, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. No status stated on 28 Feb. 1862 roll, but present on 28 Feb. 1863. Taken prisoner on 13 Apr. 1863 and sent to Wheeling. Then age 21, 5' 10-1/2", light complexion, blue eyes, light hair, occupation, farmer, resident of Calhoun Co., Va. Exchanged at City Point, Va. on 13 May 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Webster Co., W.Va., 1834. Post war rosters only, which show service from 1861 to 1865. Died 16 Mar. 1915. Buried in Gibson Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

STARCHER, Isaac Jr, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 29 Aug. 1862 in Pocahontas, Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Kanawha Co., W.Va. 2 June 1842. Age 16 Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Clothing issued 19 Feb. 1864, 30 Apr. 1864, 17 June 1864, and 6 July 1864. Captured Parkersburg, W.Va., no date given. Sent to Clarksburg, W.Va. and confined in the post guard house. Paroled 22 Apr. 1865. Description, age 23, 6', fair complexion, fair hair and blue eyes. Occupation farmer, residing in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Age 29, farmer, Lee Township, Calhoun Co. 1870 Census. Age 38, farmer, Lee District, Calhoun County 1880 Census. Died 5 Oct. 1930. Buried Hur Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va. (7' South of Sarah Starcher’s grave). C.S.A.

STARCHER, Jacob P., Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. 3rd Corporal, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Jackson County, about 1844. Age 16, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863, 3rd Corporal. Clothing issued as a Private, 21 Mar. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Signs by X. Post war rosters show he was at Gettysburg, Pa. Post war resident of Calhoun County, W.Va. Witnessed killing of Alva L. Laughlin, Union soldier, by Confederate soldiers in Pocahontas County on or about the 24th day of July 1863. Moved to the mouth of Big Run of the Gauley River, Webster Co., W.Va. in the 1870s. Died Webster Co., W.Va. Buried in an unmarked grave, Sand Run Cemetery, Bolair, Fort Lick District, Webster Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

STARCHER, Jehu (Jehue, Jahue), Co. A, Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Sergeant, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Kanawha Co., W.Va., 20 Sep. 1845. Age 16, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Not on muster rolls. Clothing issued 19 Feb. 1864, 30 Apr. 1864, 21 May 1864, and 17 June 1864. Signs by X. Captured Parkersburg, W.Va., no date given, listed as a Sergeant. Confined in the Post guard house, Clarksburg, W.Va. Paroled 22 Apr. 1865. Description, age 26 (?), 5' 9", fair complexion, yellow hair, and blue eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Calhoun County, W.Va. . Brother of Peter and Thomas Starcher. Died 14 Aug. 1874, buried Gibson Cemetery, Calhoun Co., W.Va C.S.A.

STARCHER, Josiah P., [See PHOTO], Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born 6 Aug. 1830. Post war rosters only which show he enlisted 6 Dec. 1862. Died 21 May 1915. Buried Wayne Cemetery, Calhoun County, W.Va. C.S.A.

STARCHER, Peter, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 6 May 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Calhoun (Kanawha) Co., about 1841. Age 19 Calhoun County 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Employed as a laborer at Warm Springs, W.Va. 15 Jan. 1864-29 Feb. 1864. Signs by X. Captured Arnoldsburg, Calhoun County, 30 Oct. 1864. Sent to Cumberland, Maryland, then to Wheeling, W.Va., 2 Nov. 1864. Description, age 22, 5' 10", fair complexion, light hair and blue eyes. Occupation, farmer residing in Calhoun County, W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 29 Nov. 1864. Confined at Camp Chase, 30 Nov. 1864, desires to take the oath of allegiance. Gave a statement at Camp Chase, 30 Jan. 1865 as being 22 years of age, a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Says he enlisted June 1862 for twelve months, to avoid conscription. At the expiration of his term of enlistment, he was not permitted to go home or be discharged. He was detailed to procure horses while in the Valley of Virginia, his being disabled. He went home with the intention of deserting. Took the oath of allegiance and was released, 18 Feb. 1865, by order of the Secretary of War. Age 28, farm laborer, Lee Township, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1870 Census. Age 38, farmer, Lee District, Calhoun County 1880 Census. Brother of Jehu and Thomas Starcher. Died near Bolair, W.Va. 12 Sep. 1896. Buried Webster Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

STARCHER, Philip, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Apr. 1862 in Greenbrier Co., Va. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Jackson Co., W.Va. about 1832 (1836). Age 24, farmer, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Arrested and confined at Wheeling, W.Va. Released on oath and bond by 13 Mar 1862. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Captured Roane Co., W.Va. 17 Jan. 1864. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 1 Feb. 1864. Description, age 32, 6', dark complexion, dark hair and hazel eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Calhoun County, W.Va. Transferred to Cumberland, Maryland, 27 Apr. 1864. Clothing issued 30 Apr. 1864, 21 May 1864, 17 June 1864, July 1864 and August 1864. Signs by X. Age 34, farmer, Lee Township, Calhoun Co., 1870 Census. Age 46, farmer, Lee District, Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. Veteran of Bull Run where he said the blood ran to the skirts of his saddle. May also have been a U.S. soldier. C.S.A.

STARCHER, Thomas, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line(Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry Enlisted on 29 Aug. 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Born Kanawha Co., W.Va. about 1832 (1835). Age 25, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Employed as a laborer at Warm Springs, W.Va. 15 Jan. 1864-29 Feb. 1864. Signs by X. Clothing issued 21 Apr. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Believed to have been killed in action. Brother of Jehu and Peter Starcher. C.S.A.

STEVENS, born about 1846, Gilmer Co., Va.

STEVENS, Lindsey M., Corporal, born about 1840, Monongalia Co., Va., buried Hunt Cemetery. Enlisted 31 Aug. 1861, discharged 10 June 1865, Company E, 6th West Virginia Infantry. Disabled right lung. Union.

STEVENS, William S., Private, born 16 Jan. 1842, Monongalia Co., Va., died 18 May 1898, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery, Company C and F, 11th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 18 Aug. 1862, wounded 31 Mar. 1865 at Hatcher's Run, discharged 24 June 1865. Receiving $12.00 per month pension for gunshot wound to right arm on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

STEVENSON, William Lewis, born Spotsylvania Co., Va., 22 Nov. 1822, died 1883, buried Glenville, Gilmer Co., Company E, 14th Virginia Cavalry, Jenkin's brigade; served until battle of Gettysburg where he was wounded. C.S.A.

STIDD, C. B., Private, Company D, 1st West Virginia Cavalry, enlisted Oct. 1861, discharged 20 Jan. 1865. Union.

STUMP, Benjamin H., born 22 Mar. 1843, believed died in Iowa, son of John Stump, Jr., served three years. C.S.A.

STUMP, George G, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 29 Aug. 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Taken prisoner on 27 Nov. 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. and sent to the Atheneum Prison and then to Camp Chase and to Cairo, Ill. on 8 Dec. 1862. Sent to Alton, Ill. on 10 Jan 1863. Exchanged on 1 Apr. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born 18 Apr. 1844. Clothing issued 23 Feb. 1864 and 17 June 1864. Signs by X. Captured Roane County, W.Va. 1 Mar. 1865 (Calhoun Co. 2 Mar. 1865). Confined in the Atheneum Prison, 11 Mar. 1865. Description, age 20, 5' 9", fair complexion, light hair and blue eyes. Occupation, farmer residing in Calhoun County, W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase 16 Mar. 1865. Confined at Camp Chase, 17 Mar. 1865. Took the oath of allegiance and was released, 13 June 1865. Description, age 21, florid complexion, light hair and hazel eyes, a resident of Calhoun County, W.Va. Brother of Joseph B. Stump. Age 35, farmer, Lee District, Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. Died 30 Dec. 1927. Buried Dry Hill Cemetery, Roane County, W.Va. C.S.A.

STUMP, Joseph B., Co. E, Virginia State Line. Private, Co. E, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., 12 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Post war rosters show he died while a prisoner of war of smallpox. Brother of George Stump. C.S.A.

STUMP, Salathiel, Lieutenant colonel, born 23 Jan. 1832, Gilmer Co., received commission 5 June 1862, served in 165th Militia, Gilmer Co.

STURM, Asbury P. (B), Private, Co. D, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Not on muster rolls. Prisoner of war record shows he enlisted Richmond, March 1863. Clothing issued 11 Apr. 1864. Captured Marion County, W.Va., 2 Aug. 1864. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 4 Aug. 1864. Description, age 36, 6' 1", dark complexion, dark brown hair and dark eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Harrison County, W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 6 Aug. 1864. Confined at Camp Chase, 8 Aug. 1864. Transferred to Ft. Delaware, 29 Feb. 1864. Confined at Ft. Delaware, 4 Mar. 1864 (2 Mar. 1864). Paroled 30 Sep. 1864, sent to Aiken's Landing to be exchanged. Exchanged at Varina, Virginia 5 Oct. 1864. Present on muster roll of paroled prisoners at Camp Lee, near Richmond, Va. 22 Nov. 1864. Clothing issued 24 Nov. 1864 as a paroled prisoner. Paroled at Staunton, 10 May 1865. Description, age 37, 6', light complexion, dark hair and hazel eyes. Took the amnesty oath at Clarksburg, W.Va., 15 Sep. 1865. Post war resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va Uncle of Alva H. Sturm. C.S.A.

STURM, Charles Wesley, Private, Co. B, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Born 5 Oct. 1839. Enlisted Camp Northwest, 14 May 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated 25 July 1863. Present 1 Nov. 1863-31 Aug. 1864 (dated 6 Jan. 1865). Present 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864), entitled to $100 bond. Post war rosters show he was paroled 10 Apr. 1865. Post war resident of Calhoun County, W.Va. Died Littleton, W.Va., 18 June 1918. C.S.A.

STURM, James, (SEE PHOTO & STORY), Private, Company K, 31st Regt. Virginia Infantry Volunteers. Nephew of Capt. Henry Sturm, C. S. A. Deserted, engaged in guerrilla activities, captured twice. Released from Camp Chase June 12, 1865. C.S.A.

STURM, John N., [See PHOTO], Private, born 1833, died 1915, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery, Company H., 31st Regt., Virginia Infantry. C.S.A.

STUTLER, Burton, buried Cooper Cemetery (2' South of Richard Carl Chilers' grave). Union.

STUTLER, McAstin, Private.

STUTLER, William B., [See PHOTO], Private. Company A, 19th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted 1861, discharged, 1864. Union.

TANNER, George W., 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Jackson Co., about 1834. Age 26, farmer, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Post war rosters only, which shows service in Daniel Dusky's section of the Moccassin Rangers. C.S.A.

TANNER, Joshua, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 Apr 1862 in Greenbrier Co., Va. Born Calhoun Co., about 1842. Resident of Clay (Calhoun) Co., W.Va. Arrested and confined at Wheeling, W.Va. Released on his oath and bond to live in Ohio by 13 Mar. 1862. Listed as taken prisoner on 6 Dec. 1862, place not stated, and no Federal record of the event. Confined at the Atheneum Prison. Not on muster rolls. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Prisoner of war record shows he enlisted Greenbrier County, W.Va. October 1863. Captured Webster County, W.Va. 23 Feb. 1865 (22 Feb. 1865). Confined at Clarksburg, W.Va., 27 Feb. 1865. Description, age 23, 5' 9", dark complexion, light hair and blue eyes. Occupation, farmer residing in Webster Co., W.Va. Transferred to Wheeling, W.Va., 28 Feb. 1865. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 28 Feb. 1865. Description, age 23, 5' 9", fair complexion, light hair, gray eyes, a resident of Roane County, W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 1 Mar. 1865. Confined at Camp Chase, 2 Mar. 1865. C.S.A. Joined U.S. service, 20 Mar. 1865 and was sent to Chicago, Ill. Union.

TANNER, Lorenzo D(ow), Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 6 May 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born 1845. Post war rosters only. Age 35, living with brother, John, in Calhoun Co. 1880 Census. C.S.A.

TAYLOR, Benjamin, Private. Company M, 1st West Virginia Cavalry, enlisted 1865, discharged 1865.

TAYLOR, Levi J., Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Nov. 1862 in Nicholas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Gilmer Co., W.Va. about 1845. Age 15, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Confederate States Record filed as Lin J. Taylor. May also have served in Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Possibly buried in Yellow Creek area. Son of Jesse and Jane Burrows Taylor. C.S.A.

TAYLOR, Wiley H. (Haskins), born 21 July 1837, died 27 Nov. 1903. Enlisted Aug. 1862, discharged July 1865. In battles of Cedar Creek, Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Gettysburg, and Appomatox. Stewart GTE WKS Mannington, W.Va., Grand Army Recovery.

TAYLOR, William A., Private, born Buckingham Co., Va. Enrolled 1 Mar. 1862 at Weston, Lewis Co., for three years, Company G, 10th Regt., Virginia Infantry (later West Virginia Infantry), Pension No. 163635. Wounded in action at Singers Ferry, Va., 17 July 1864. Honorably discharged 9 Aug. 1866 because of sickness. Died 16 Jan. 1866 from tubercular consumption. Union.

TAYLOR, William M., 14th Virginia Cavalry. C.S.A.

THOMAS, Henry J., Private, Pennsylvania Infantry. Enlisted 1861, discharged 1865. Union.

THOMAS, Isaac H., Private, Company A, 2nd Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Aug. 1861, discharged Aug. 1862. C.S.A.

TOWNSEND, Albert, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 29 August 1862 in Pocahontas Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted at Williamsburg, Va. on 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Clothing issued, 5 Feb. 1864, 19 Feb. 1864, 17 June 1864 and 25 Aug. 1864. Signs by X. Born in Kanawha Co., Va about 1842. Age 18, serving, Calhoun Co., 1860 Census. C.S.A.

TRIPPETT, Caleb, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monongalia Co., W.Va. about 1845. Age 15 1860 Calhoun Co. Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier Co., W.Va., 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Clothing issued 29 Feb. 1864 and 30 Apr. 1864. Brother of Philip, son of Franklin. C.S.A.

TRIPPETT, Franklin, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Jan. 1862 (15 June 1861) in Greenbrier Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monongalia Co., W.Va. about 1809. Age 51, farmer, Calhoun Co. 1860 Census. Father of Philip and Caleb. Calhoun County History shows that he had three sons in the 19th Virginia Cavalry, but it does not name them. C.S.A.

TRIPPETT, Philip, 1st Corporal, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 15 June (July) 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Father, Franklin, and brother said to have enlisted the same day. Deserted at Lewisburg, Va. on 15 Feb. 1863. 2nd Lt, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monongalia Co., 28 Dec. 1838. Moved to Calhoun Co. December 1853. Age 21, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Transferred to Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Promoted to 2nd Lt, 1863. Paid for service, 1 Jan. 1864 to 31 Aug. 1864 as Jr. 2nd Lieutenant. Absent 25 Oct. 1864. Absent without leave for 33 days, no steps taken to have him dropped from the rolls. Dropped as 2nd Lt, Co. A on 31 Jan. 1865. Post war farmer, Sheridan District, Big Bend, Calhoun County, W.Va. Age 31, farmer, Sheridan Township, Calhoun County 1870 Census. Died 28 Jan 1922, Calhoun County. Buried Barr Cemetery, Calhoun County, W.Va. Son of Franklin, brother of Caleb. C.S.A.

TRUMAN, Robert, Private, Co. I, Virginia State Line. Private, Co. K, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Gilmer Co., about 1849. Age 11, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 20 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-rolls dated March 1863. C.S.A.

TUCKER, James M., Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 Dec. 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Status not stated on 28 Feb. 1862 muster-in-roll. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Post war rosters only, which show he was a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. C.S.A.

TUCKER, John T. P., Private, Company B, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 16 Sept. 1861, discharged 5 Oct. 1864. Injury by marching. Union.

UMSTEAD, James W., Corporal, born 7 Oct. 1831, died 23 Aug. 1927 in Huntington, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery, Calhoun County. Enlisted 1 June 1861, discharged 16 June 1864, Company E, 2nd West Virginia Infantry and Company E, 5th West Virginia Cavalry. Chaplain. Was in ten skirmishes and battles including second battle of Bull Run where he was wounded. Citation states "Wounded Waterloo Bridge." Union.

UPTON, Ulysses W., Private, Company B, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 15 Dec. 1861, discharged Jan. 1865. Union.

VANDEVENDER, George A. (H.), 3rd Sergeant, Co. H, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Born about 1843. Enlisted Camp Northwest 1 June 1863 (8 Apr. 1863; Calhoun Co, 9 May 1863.) Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated August 1863, 3rd Sergeant. Absent, Private, 31 Oct. 1863-31 Aug. 1864, in hands of the enemy. Captured Calhoun County, 4 Dec. 1863. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 12 Jan. 1864. Description: Age 20, 5' 8-3/4" fresh complexion, dark hair and dark eyes. Occupation, farmer, residing in Calhoun County. Took the oath of allegiance, gave his bond and was released, 28 Jan. 1864. Absent 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864), prisoner, captured October 1863. Age 37, farmer, Center District, Calhoun 1880 Census. C.S.A.

Van GABRIEL, Martin.

VARNER (VARNEY), Jacob, Co. A, Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Post war rosters show him as a member of Daniel Dusky's section of the Moccassin Rangers. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry., Not on muster rolls. Resident of Jackson County, W.Va. Captured Wirt County, W.Va. 15 Dec. 1861. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, under heavy guard. Tried by a U.S. Court in western Virginia, 14 Apr. 1862, for robbing the Post Office at Ripley, W.Va. Convicted and sentenced to three years in prison. Confined at Albany, N.Y. before June 1863. Released 4 June 1863 by Presidential Pardon, dated 1 June 1863. Post war resident of Calhoun County, W.Va. C.S.A.

WAITE, James W., born 1842, died Aug. 1864. Shot by bushwhackers in Johnson Co., Mo., by mistake being taken for another man.

WAITE, Samuel C., born 1838, died Sept. 1864, was with Horton's battalion, Jubal Early's brigade. Was killed at Leetown, Va. C.S.A.

WALKER, Andrew, Private, died 26 June 1900, buried Bethlehem Cemetery, Company F, 2nd Regt., West Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted 19 Nov. 1861, discharged 30 June 1865. Union.

WATKINS, Francis M., Private, born 11 Dec. 1838, died 11 Feb. 1910, buried Cooper Cemetery. Company I, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Wounded at Winchester, Va., 24 July 1864. Union.

WAYNE (WAIN), Henry M., Co. A, Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Gilmer Co., about 1845. Age 15, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Not on muster rolls. Captured Calhoun Co., 1 Nov. 1863. Confined at the Atheneum Prison, 20 Nov. 1863. Description, age 19, 6', light complexion, brown hair, and blue eyes. Occupation, farmer residing in Calhoun County, W.Va. Transferred to Camp Chase, 20 Nov. 1863. Confined at Camp Chase 21 Nov. 1863. Admitted Chase USA General Hospital, 12 Mar. 1864, smallpox, age 19. Returned to duty, 27 Mar. 1864. Desires to take the oath of allegiance, 10 June 1864, says he is a deserter. Died of disease, Camp Chase, 16 Aug. 1864, typhoid fever. Buried Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery, grave No. 207. C.S.A.

WAYNE, Jacob, [See PHOTO],Private, Company F, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. Union.

WEAVER, Frank, buried Cooper Cemetery (9' South of Myrtle A. Downey's grave). Union.

WEBB, Benjamin H., Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Ritchie Co., W.Va. about 1847. Age 13, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Not on muster rolls. Wounded Lynchburg, Virginia 17 June 1864. Served in Co. F, 46th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry. Post war lawyer and resident of Charleston, W.Va., 1911. C.S.A.

WEBB, Lafayette, Private, born about 1830, Lewis Co., Va. Mustered 22 Dec. 1861, discharged at Parkersburg 21 Jan. 1862 on account of sickness. Minors of receiving $12.00 per month on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

WESTFALL, Adam S., Private, Company G, 10th West Virginia Infantry (age sixteen-1860 census). Muster in 6 May 1862. Union.

WHEELING, George, buried Minnora Cemetery (3' North of Sarah Conley's grave). C.S.A.

WHIPKEY, Henry, Private, Company D, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1861, discharged 1864. Union.

WHIPKEY, Jacob, Private, born 18 Apr. 1842, Pa., died 22 Jan. 1933, buried Nobe Cemetery. Mustered 17 Oct. 1861, Company D, 1st Regt., West Virginia Infantry, deserted at North Mountain, Va., 12 Feb. 1863. Union.

WHIPKIE, James E., born 1843, died 1911, buried Nobe Cemetery. Union.

WHITE, Francis M., Corporal, born 1840, buried Nobe Cemetery. Enlisted 31 Dec. 1862, discharged 1 Aug. 1865, Company I, 7th Regt., West Virginia Cavalry. Union.

WHITE, Richard W., born 8 Aug. 1846. died 5 Oct. 1910, buried Nobe Cemetery. C.S.A.

WILLIAMS, A. P., Captain, born about 1828, Rockbridge County.

WILLIAMS, Edward P., Private, Company D, 15th West Virginia Infantry, enlisted Aug. 1862, discharged Jan. 1865. Union.

WILLIAMS, Simon, Captain, served three years; wounded in action 24 July 1864, at Winchester, Company D, 13th West Virginia Infantry. Receiving $20.00 per month pension for wound of neck on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

WILSON, Arthur, Private, born 1840, died 1929, buried Prosperity-Saunders Cemetery. Mustered in 27 Dec. 1863, Company E, 6th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted in Ritchie County. Union.

WILSON, George, Co. A, 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Post war rosters only, which show he was a resident of Calhoun Co., W.Va. Killed in action on the West Fork, Little Kanawha River on 15 Dec. 1861. Buried in Wright Cemetery.

WILSON, James C., 3rd Sergeant, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Jackson Co., W.Va., 1842. Age 19, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Deserted. Took the oath of allegiance and gave his bond on 15 Dec. 1863. Post war rosters show him as 3rd Sergeant. Brother of Joseph, Robert, and William C. Wilson. Age 37, farmer, Center District, Calhoun County 1880 Census. Died 11 Jan. 1929. Buried Nobe Cemetery, Calhoun County, W.Va. C.S.A.

WILSON, John, Jr., Private, Company B, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Sept. 1861, discharged Oct. 1864. Union.

WILSON, Joseph, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 6 Dec. 1862 at Vicksburg, Miss. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Jackson Co., W.Va. about 1843. Age 17, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Arrested and confined by 15 Mar. 1862. To be released for Joseph Durkin of Hampshire Co., W.Va. Post war rosters only. Brother of James C., Robert and William C. Wilson. Age 36, farmer, Center District, Calhoun County 1880 Census. C.S.A.

WILSON, Joseph, Private, Company B, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 30 Sept. 1861, discharged for disability 1863. Union.

WILSON, Robert, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 15 July 1861 in Calhoun Co., Va. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Marion (Monongalia) Co., 15 Sep. 1839. Age 21, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Co. H, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Brother of James C., Joseph, and William C. Wilson. Age 40, farmer, Center District, Calhoun County 1880 Census. Died 26 Apr. 1916. Buried Broomstick Cemetery, Calhoun County, W.Va. C.S.A.

WILSON (WILLSON), William C., Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted 1 June 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Monongalia (Roane) County, W.Va., 17 Feb. 1837. Age 24, Calhoun County 1860 Census. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated August 1863. Co. H, 20th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Camp Northwest, 1 June 1863. Elected 2nd Lieutenant, 4 June 1864. Present, 2nd Lieutenant, 31 Oct. 1863-31 Aug. 1864. Present, 2nd Lieutenant, 1 Sep. 1864-31 Oct. 1864 (dated 30 Dec. 1864), entitled to $100 bond. Absent 25 Oct. 1864, sick in hospital 7 days. Brother of James C, Joseph, and Robert Wilson. Age 43, farmer Sheridan District, Calhoun County 1880 Census. Died 19 Sep. 1908. Buried Prosperity-Saunders Cemetery, Calhoun County, W.Va. C.S.A.

WILSON, Wesley, Private, Company B, 9th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Sept. 1861, discharged Oct. 1864. Wounded in thigh at Cloyd's farm, 9 May 1864. Union.

WISEMAN, George M., Private, Company D. 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 25 Sept. 1862, discharged 1865. Receiving $4.00 per month pension for gunshot wound of left hip and finger on 1883 Pension Roll; address, Grantsville. Union.

WOOD, William H., Corporal, born 15 Jan. 1844, died 10 Mar. 1917, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery, Company F, 4th Regt., West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 23 Aug. 1861, discharged 18 July 1865. Union.

WRIGHT, Bazil B., Private, Company F, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Sept. 1862, discharged Jan. 1865. Union.

WRIGHT, George, brother of Andrew Jackson Wright. Killed near Henrietta by Union soldiers (age twenty-one, 1860 census). C.S.A.

WRIGHT, Andrew Jackson, Co. A 3rd Virginia State Line (Moccasin Rangers). Enlisted on 1 June 1862 in Calhoun Co., Va. Present on 28 Feb. 1863. Born Lewis Co., about 1842. Age 18 Calhoun County 1860 Census. Private, Co. A, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, W.Va. 1 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863. Clothing issued 21 May 1864. Captured a few miles east of Grantsville by Captain Simpson’s detachment. Age 39, farmer, Sheridan District, Calhoun County 1880 Census. C.S.A.

WRIGHT (RITE), George W., Co. I, 3rd Virginia State Line. 2nd Corporal, Co., K, 19th Virginia Cavalry. Born Kanawha Co., W.Va. about 1823. Age 37, farmer, Calhoun Co., W.Va. 1860 Census. Enlisted Frankfort, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. 20 Mar. 1863. Not stated if present or absent on muster-in-roll dated March 1863, 2nd Corporal. C.S.A.

WYATT, Jasper, Sergeant, born 1822. Mustered 28 Dec. 1863, Company E, 6th Regt., Infantry. Union.

YEAGER, Alfred, Private, born about 1830, Randolph Co., Va. (An Alfred Yeager born 1840, died 1906 is buried St. Paul Cemetery.) Company C, 8th West Virginia Cavalry. Enlisted Aug. 1861, discharged Aug. 1864. Union.

YEAGER, Isaac, Private, born about 1834, Randolph Co., Va. Mustered 5 Sept. 1864, Company F, 17th Regt., Infantry. Union.

YOKE (Yoak), Isaac, Private, born 29 June 1829, died 30 Sept. 1908, buried Sand Ridge Cemetery. Company I, West Virginia Infantry, Company C, 10th Regt., West Virginia Infantry, transferred to Company O. Enlisted 15 Mar. 1862, discharged 9 Aug. 1865. Wounded at Winchester, Va., 24 July 1864. Union.

ZUMBRO, William A., Private, born 1842, Company A, 6th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted Aug. 1861, re-enlisted 24 Aug. 1864, discharged Oct. 1865. Union.


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