Hardy Grays - 33rd Virginia
P.O. Box 1332
Muskogee, OK 74402
The use of initials for the first names of the men listed on the
Confederate monument in the Moorefield Cemetery was adequate when it was
erected in 1873, as most people probably knew who they were. But today, the
entire name of the soldier buried there should be more helpful. The
following men have been partially identified:
- Lobb, William,
- wounded at Manassas in July 1861, died 23 July 1861.
- Seaman, James [A.],
- Enlisted 23 May 1861 in Company F, age 19, occupation
farmer. Promoted to sergeant Sept. 1863, captured December 1862 in Hardy
County. Sent to Wheeling, then Camp Chase, to Camp Douglas.
- Thrasher, R. [Richard]
- Enlisted 23 May 1861 in Company F as a corporal.
Present thru April 1862. Killed in action at Manassas on 28 August 1862.
- Bradley, S.W. [Samuel W.]
- Enlisted 23 May 1861 in Company F. Promoted to
sergeant 23 July 1861, reduced to private in December 1861. Killed in
action 5 May 1864 at the Wilderness. (Nicknamed "Doggie" because of his
barking ability, according to John O. Casler).
- Conrad, J.O.
- (No additional info found)
- Parker, J. [James]
- Born in Hardy County. Enlisted in Company F, Killed in
action on 21 July 1861 at Manassas.
- Evans, A. [Adam]
- Enlisted in Co. F on 23 May 1861. Killed in action at
Kernstown on 23 March 1862.
- Liggett, William,
- Killed at Kernstown on 23 March 1862.
- Jenkins, L. [Levi]
- KIA at Manassas 28 Aug. 1862.
- Melon, J.W. [John]
- KIA 28 Aug. 1862 at Manassas.
- White, J. [James]
- KIA 17 Sept. 1862 at Sharpsburg.
- Self, R. [Lorenzo?]
- Wounded July 1861 at Manassas. Died on 30 Aug. 1861 in
- Cook, H. [Hezekiah]
- Died on 19 June 1863 in hospital.
- Davidson, J. [Joseph]
- KIA 21 July 1861 at 1st Manassas.
- Brown, J. [James]
- KIA at Wilderness 5 May 1864.
- Harris, D. [Daniel]
- KIA at Winchester 25 May 1862. Buried Mt. Hebron Cem.,
- Halterman, E. [Ely]
- KIA 28 Aug. 1862 at 2nd Manassas.
- Jenkins, H. [?]
- (No additional information found.)
- Oats, J.W. [James W.]
- (son of Thomas J. and Mary (Evans) Oats) Enlisted 23
May 1861 in Company F. Died Dec. 1862 of dyphtheria.
- Brill, J. [Isaac?]
- Died 22 Sept. 1862 of diarrhea.
- Totten, J. [James]
- KIA 21 July 1861 at Manassas.
- Cook, J. [John]
- Enlisted 1 May 1863 in Co. F, sent to hospital 3 June
1863, died 20 June 1863 of dysentery.
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