MINERAL COUNTY WV
CIVIL WAR

SOME CIVIL WAR HISTORY
Gen Milroy had eight regiments of Infantry, two batteries and three cavalry companies under his command at New Creek until Dec 11, 1862, when he moved his command from New Creek to Petersburg.

On the 18th day of July 1851, Company A 1st WV Cavalry recruited and mustered in at Morgantown WV, and was the first Cavalry Organization raided in the state. It was into service as the "Kelley Lancers: and was first ordered and stationed at New Creek (Keyser) WV, and on General Kelley's advance on Romney, took part in that expedition. J L McGee was Captain and reported to General Kelley at Grafton. Capt. McGee was promoted to Major 3rd WV Cavalry on Oct 2, 1861.

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY A
33RD VIRGINIA INFANTRY
STONEWALL BRIGADE

ADAMS, JACOB

HOLDERMAN, JOHN

ADAMS, JAMES

HOLLENBACK, AMOS

ALLEN, EDWARD

HOSS, JAMES

ALLEN, HERMAN

KELLY, JOHN

ARNOLD, GEORGE

KENNY, PATRICK

BAKER, ANDREW

LINTHICUM, JAMES

BAKER, JOHN

LONG, JOHN W

BERRY, JOSEPH

LONG, SIMON

BLUE, MICHAEL

MARKER, POLK

BLUE, MONROE

MCGRAW, THOMAS

BLUE, WILLIAM

MCNEMAR, JOSEPH

BRIGHT,MICHAEL

MILLER, EMANUEL

BUZZARD, JACOB

MILLER, MARTIN

CADWALLADER, J

MONTGOMERY, EDWARD

CARDER, ELISHA

MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM

CARDER, JOSEPH

OFFUTT, GEORGE

CASLER, JOHN O

PARKER, JOSEPH

CONNELLY, JAMES

PARSONS, JAMES G

DAGNON, MICHAEL

PENCE, DAVID

DAILEY, JAMES

PENCE, HUGH

DAILEY, WILLIAM

PERRIN, CHARLES

DORAN, WILLIAM

PERRIN, RALPH

EARSOME, JOSEPH

POLLARD, WILLIAM

FRENCH, CHARLES

POWELL, THOMAS

FURLOUGH, THOMAS

POWELL, WILLIAM

GAITHER, GEORGE

POWNELL, WILLIAM

GAITHER, JAMES

RHINEHART, JOHN

GRACE, PHILLIP T

RIZER, JOHN

GRACE, ROBERT

SHELLY, DAVID

GRAYSON, JOHN

SHORT, GEORGE

GROSE, THOMAS

SIMMONS, DAVID

HARTLEY, EDWARD

STOCKSLAGER, CUL.

HARTLEY, ELIJAH

SWISHER, FRANK

OFFICERS OF COL. F. LAUREL BRIGADE
ASHBY'S CAVALRY C.S.A.

CAPTAIN

GEO F SHEETZ

1ST LIEUT

ANGUS W MCDONALD

2ND LIEUT

GEO H BAKER - DEAD

2ND LIEUT

VANDIVER, CHAS H (SUCCEEDED GEO BAKER, LOST AN ARM NEAR REAMS STATION)

1ST SGT

JOHN C LEPS, KILLED

2ND SGT

JOHN H JOHNSON, WOUNDED

3RD SGT

ANTHONY CANIN, DEAN

4TH SGT

JAS T PARKER

5TH SGT

CHARLES W SMOOT

1ST CORP

CHARLES H VANDIVERE

2ND CORP

JAMES A PARRILL

3RD CORP

C H SISK

4TH CORP

JAMES H POLLICK


JOHN S ARNOLD WAS SGT OF CO F, 4TH VA CAVALRY

OFIELD OFFICERS OF THE 33RD VIRGINIA INFANTRY, REGULARS

COLONEL

A C CUMMINS

LIEUT COLONEL

J R JONES

MAJOR

EDMOND LEE

MAJOR

A J NEFF

1ST LIEUT

A A YOUNG

3RD LIEUT

WILLIAM JOHNSON, DIED IN CHARLOTTESVILLE VA IN 1862

COMPANY I, 13TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY

HAINES, BENJAMIN

REED, ANTHONY

KESNER, V B

RICE, CHARLES

KIRBY, WILLIAM

SEEDERS, WASHINGTON

MARTIN, DAVID

SNEATHON, JOHN

MARTIN, GEORGE

CO D, 11TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY
1ST CORPORAL URIAH REESE
PRIVATES

ABE, FREDERICK

MCNARY, VAUSE

ABE, PHILLIP

REESE, JOHN

INSKEEP, I V

WHITE, THOMAS



COMPANY F, 7TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY

CAPTAIN

GEORGE F SHEETS

1ST LIEUT

JOHN JOHNSON

1ST LIEUT

JAMES T PARKER

3RD CORP

JAMES D POLLOCK

3RD CORP

HIRAM ALLEN

PRIVATES

ALLEN, ELIJAH

DAVIS, LESLIE

BAKER, HENRY F

HOLLENBACH, THOMAS

BAKER, JACOB A

JOHNSON, ISAAC

BAKER, JOHN W

JOHNSON, ROBERT

BAKER, LEVI

O'BRIEN, JAMES

BERRY, SAMUEL

RINEHART, E C

DAVIS, CHARLES

WELTON, AARON

FROM JC SANDERS PAPERS

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