2nd Virginia Infantry Regiment

This roster of the 2nd Virginia Regiment – these Jefferson County men listed here and men from elsewhere – is the seminal contribution of Dennis Frye. His book is: Frye, Dennis E. (1984). “2nd Virginia Infantry.” Lynchburg, Va.: H. E. Howard, Inc. Print.

ADAMS, GEORGE E.: b.  3/21/43. Confectioner. enl. 4/29/61 in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick Nov. 1861 and taken POW while on furlough. Exchanged 8/5/62. Surrendered at Appomattox. d. 9/29/05. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

AISQUITH, ARCHIBALD H.: b. 5/11/45. 5’7″. light complexion, brown eyes, dark hair. Clerk. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Wded. at Chancellorsville, 5/3/63. Right arm amputated at Gen. Hosp. at Staunton. Listed as unfit for active duty. Attached to Gen. Hosp. Staunton, 5/28/63. Last official entry shows him still at same hospital in Sept./Oct. 1864. Paroled 4/22/65 at Winchester. d.  11/3/94. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

AISQUITH, CHARLES W.: b. in Jefferson Co. 5’8″. fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Clerk. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. To Sgt., date not listed.  Wded.  in neck at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. Returned to duty 9/25/61. Absent sick Nov./Dec. 1861. Present again 4/30-10/31, 1862. Hospitalized 4/5/63, chronic diarrhea. Last official entry shows him commissioned as hospital steward, 6/1/63. d. 4/2/92. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

AISQUITH, CHARLES M.: b. 1842? Listed in Co. G as Sgt. Last official entry shows him “slightly wounded by shell in Battle of Fredericksburg,” 2/13/62.

ALEXANDER, THOMAS B.:  b.  1840? Farmer. enl. 4/21/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. d.  in hospital at Staunton, 6/18 or 6/19 1862; cerebretis. bur. Thornrose Cem., Staunton.

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM FONTAINE: b. 8/13/41. Druggist. enl. 6/3/61 at Camp Jackson on Bolivar Heights in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick 9/10/61. Present again Nov.-Dec. 1861. Apptd. Hospital Steward, Ladies Relief Hospital, Lynchburg, 5/27/62. Steward at University Hosp., Charlottesville, June, 1862. To Ladies Relief Hospital, Lynchburg, 12/62-11/63. “Request that Steward be permanently assigned to duty as druggist” at Chimborazo #5, 2/29/64. Last official entry states he received a furlough from Chimborazo, 9/30/64. d. 4/11/80. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

ALLEN, JAMES M.: b. 12/23/39. Farmer. enl. 6/15/61 at Charles Town in Co. H as Pvt. Wded.  Port Republic, 6/9/62. Wded. 2nd Manassas, date not specific. No further record.  d. 6/17/09. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, W.Va.

ALLEN, JAMES WALKENSHAW: b. 7/2/29 in Shenandoah Co. 6’3″. “One eye lost in childhood when a piece from a spent cap blinded him.” Grad.  V.M.I. 1849 (#5 of 24). V.M.I. faculty 1852, Asst. Professor of Mathematics. Farmer, Summit Point, Va., 1857. Commissioned Col. 2nd Va. Volunteer Militia, Jefferson Co., 1860. Apptd. Col. 2nd Va. Volunteer Infantry, 4/28/61.  KIA  when shot through the head at Gaines’s Mill, 6/27/62. bur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond.  Re-interred Liberty, date not known.

ALLSTADT, J. THOMAS: b. 8/24/40. Farmer. Youngest prisoner of John Brown during Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry in Oct., 1859. enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. K as Pvt. Deserted 6/2/61. d.  11/12/23, “the last survivor of John Brown.” bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

ANDERSON, GEORGE W.: b.  4/19/24. 5’9″.light complexion, blue eyes, blonde hair. enl. 3/8/62 at Winchester in Co. C as Pvt. Detailed as Wagoner 12/30/62-May-June 1863. AWOL 9/2/63. Last official entry still shows him AWOL, Nov.-Dec. 1864. Paroled 4/21/65 at Winchester. d. 8/22/99. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, W.Va.

ARTHUR, WILLIAM: b. 1842? Laborer. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. To Sgt. 12/1/62. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 3/14/65. Last official entry shows him receiving pay on 3/18/65.

ASHBAUGH, JOSEPH H.: enl. 3/10/62 at Winchester in Co. A as Pvt. sick at home in Jefferson Co., 10/31/62. Present again Nov./Dec. 1862. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 2/9/65. Last official entry shows him present, Feb., 1865. ‘

ASHBY. GEORGE W.: enl. 9/2/61 at Charles Town in Co. K as Pvt. Wded.  at Cedar Run, 8/9/62. Admitted Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 8/11/62 with flesh wound. Returned to duty 8/30/62. Last official entry shows him present, 10/31/64. Retired to Invalid Corps, 2/20/65; assigned to Staunton, 3/14/65. Paroled 5/1/65 at Harpers Ferry.

ASHBY. WILLIAM F.: b. 1843? Blacksmith. enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. K as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov./Dec. 1861.

BARNHART, DANIEL E.: b. 1840. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. To Corp. 11/13/61. d.  4/25/62 at Gen. Hosp. #2, Lynchburg; disease. bur. City Cem. (Old Methodist Cem.), Lynchburg. “The Virginia Free Press” 9 Nov. 1865: “Daniel E. Barnhart wounded at Kernstown 23rd of March 1862 died at Hospital Lynchburg, April 25th, aged 22.”

BARNHART, GEORGE W.: b. 7/28/43. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick July/Aug. 1861. Present again Sept./Oct. 1861.  KIA  at 2nd Manassas, 8/30/62. b.  Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va. “The Virginia Free Press” 9 Nov. 1865 states: “George W. Barnhart killed Aug. 28, 1862 at the second battle of Manassas, aged 20.”

BARNHART, HENRY F.: b. 1837. 5’5″. dark complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown as Sgt. in Co. B.  To Lt. 11/18/62. To Capt. 6/13/63. POW at Fisher’s Hill, 9/22/64 (Ft. Delaware). Released 6/16/65. d.  1915. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

BARR, DAVID: 5’10”. light complexion, gray eyes, auburn hair. Shoemaker. Residence Clarke Co. enl. 4/18/62 at Mt. Jackson in Co. I as Pvt. POW at Winchester, 6/5/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. AWOL since 8/15/62. POW in Jefferson Co. 2/15/63 (Camp Chase). Exchanged 3/28/63. POW at Gaines Cross Roads, 8/3/63 (Old Capitol Prison). d.  12/10/63 at Old Capitol Prison; cause not stated.

BARR, JOHN F.: b. 1825? 5’5″. fair complexion, gray eyes, sandy hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 7/1/61 at Camp Myers near Martinsburg in Co. K as Pvt. POW 6/15/62 at Harpers Ferry (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. AWOL 11/20/62. Court-martialed on 2/2/63 for 23 days AWOL (fine not stated). Deserted 7/26/63 POW (Rebel deserter) near Chambersburg, Pa., 7/27/63. Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. Mifflin, Pa., 11/17/63.

BARR, MARTIN L.: b.  2/25/42. Shoemaker. enl. 4/18/61 at Berryville in Co. I as Pvt. AWOL 7/30-8/9 1861. AWOL since 12/27/61. POW at Harpers Ferry, 6/15/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. Wded. in right thigh at Payne’s Farm, 11/27/63. Gen. Hosp. #9, Richmond, 11/29/63. To Chimborazo #1, 11/30/63. To Gen. Hasp. Staunton, 12/29/63. To Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 6/25-7/15 1864. POW at Clarkson, Va., 11/27/64 (Old Capitol Prison, Elmira). Paroled 3/14/65. d.  11/28/18. bur. Mt. Hebron Cem., Winchester.

BARRINGER, GEORGE W.: b.  1830? Laborer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Corp. To Pvt. Nov/Dec. 1861. AWOL 7/17-12/13/61. POW 6/10/62. No further record.

BEALL, JOHN YATES: b. 1/1/35 in Jefferson Co. 5’8″. fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Detailed to convey a sick soldier to Jefferson Co., Sept./Oct. 1861. Wded. in chest in Battle of Bolivar Heights, 10/16/61. Discharged due to wound, 2/18/63. POW at Accomac Co., 1/16/63. Held as a political prisoner and pirate for his privateering in the Chesapeake Bay (Ft. McHenry, Ft. Monroe, Pt. Lookout). Paroled from Pt. Lookout, 3/3/64. Court-martialed as a guerrilla and spy after captured in his attempt to release Confederate prisoners held on Johnson’s Island.  Hanged on Governor’s Island in New York Harbor, 2/24/65. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BEALL, WILLIAM: b. 3/26/44. Student. Brother of John Yates Beall. enl. 6/8/61 at Camp Jackson on Bolivar Heights in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick 10/3/61. POW near Manassas, 8/27/62. Exchanged and returned 11/20/62. On furlough, Jan.-Feb. 1863, Sent to hospital, 4/18/63. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 5/2-7/20 1863; diarrhea. Detailed by Special Order 253 from Secretary of War to report to J. Y. Beall, 10/4/63. POW at Accomac Co., 11/16/63 (Ft. McHenry, Ft. Monroe). Exchanged 3/16/64. Surrendered at Appomattox. d. 6/16/07. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BEDINGER, GEORGE RUST:Pvt.b. Jefferson County, 7/10/1840,Att, UVa. 58-60. Enl. Co. B, 2nd Va. Inf. Harper’s Ferry 5/15/61. Transf. 1st RA 8/26/61. Present 8/26-10/31/61 and 1-4/27/62. Transf. Ashby’s Cav. 4/28/62. Received commission as Capt. to raise company,but failed. Elected Capt., Co. E, 33rd. 33rd Va/. Inf. 8/1/62. Present Chancellorsville, Winchester. KIA Gettysburg 7/3/63. “He was of medium height, active, strong, and graceful.” “In camp and on the march, Bedinger was always gay and cheerful, and though reared in ease and affluence, made himself and his comrades merry amid their privations and discomforts. During the long artillery duel in which his battery was engaged at Kernstown, he was always in the right place, and in spite of the dangers to which he was exposed and of which he was fully conscious, could not resist the temptation to be merry and to provoke merriment in others, at his own and his companions’ occasional impulses to dodge the noisiest shells with which the enemy were making the day hideous.”

BERRY, CHARLES JAMES: b.  Sept. 1844 at Charles Town. enl. 7/9/61 at Winchester in Co. G as Pvt. Discharged 10/14/62, no reason given. d.  4/20/89 at Albany, Georgia. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BERRY, LAWRENCE LEE GRIBBS: b.  7/14/39 at Charles Town. Entered University of Virginia, 1857. grad.  in political economy and moral philosophy. enl. 7/9/61 in Co. G as Pvt.  KIA  9/21/61 while on picket duty at Natt’s Farm on Munson’s Hill near Falls Church. bur. Edge Hill Cem. Charles Town, W.Va.

BAST (BOST) GEORGE M.: b.  1818? Laborer. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Sgt. sick at Shepherdstown since 9/29/61. Present again Nov-Dec. 1861. Surgeon’s discharge, 4/27/62. d. 5/2/70. bur.  Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

BOTELER, ALEXANDER R., JR.: b.  1843? in Jefferson Co. 5’9 1/2″. dark complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. Clerk. enl. 6/10/61 at Camp Jackson on Bolivar Heights in Co. B as Pvt. On special duty, 4/18-6/30 1861. Present again July/Aug. 1861. Discharged by Secretary of War, 10/8/61, reason not given. Unofficial source states he served in the Rockbridge Artillery. “Cadet” Boteler assigned to Ord. Office, Hoke’s Brigade, Early’s Division, 2nd Corps. 4/13/63. Relieved from this duty 8/16/63 and ordered to duty “with some artillery co.in the army.”

BOTTS, LAWSON: b.  7/25/25 at Fredericksburg. Attended V.M.I. 1841. Lawyer in Charles Town. m. Sarah Elizabeth Bibb Ranson, 1851. Defense attorney for John Brown during the early stages of Brown’s trial. Commissioned Capt. of Botts Greys, pre-war militia Co. from Charles Town, 11/4/59. Capt. Co. G. 2nd Va. Vol. Inf., 5/3/61. To Maj., 6/12/61. To Lt. Col., 9/11/61. To Col. 6/27/62. Provost Marshal at Winchester, Nov-Dec. 1861. MWIA when shot through cheek and mouth at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. d.  9/16/62 at Middleburg. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BOWERS, JOHN B.: b.  7/32. Farmer. enl. 6/8/61 at Camp Jackson at Harpers Ferry in Co. A as Pvt. Detailed as teamster, 8/16-8/26 1861. Detailed as ambulance driver, 9/16/61. Last official entry shows him sick in hospital at WInchester and still on detail as ambulance driver, 11/27/61. Paroled 5/2/65 at Winchester. d.  1/19/03. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BROTHERTON, ROBERT R.: b.  12/23/30. enl. 10/3/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. G as Pvt. Deserted near Bunker Hill, 10/16/62. d. 8/20/12. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BRISCOE, THOMAS W.: b.  9/4/33. Physician. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. MWIA in chest at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. d. 7/24/61 at hospital at Culpeper Court House. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BROWN, JAMES H.: b.  1841. Dept. of the Post Master. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Corp. d. 8/13/61, measles. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BROWN, JOSEPH F. (H.): b.  3/25/28. Laborer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Detailed as teamster for regt., Nov-Dec.1862. AWOL 4/28/63. Unofficial source says he served in Co. A, 1st Va. Cav. d. 3/19/93. bur. Uvilla Methodist Cem., Uvilla, W.Va.

BROWN, SAMUEL HOWELL: b.  1/14/31. Surveyor. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Sgt. Detailed as a recruiting officer, 8/2/61. Returned from recruiting 10/11/61. Detailed for special duty under Col. Angus W. McDonald by order of Gen. Jackson, Nov./Dec. 1861. Detailed in engineer corps, 4/18/62. Apptd. Lt. in engineer corps, 6/1/63. No further record.  d.  1/24/05. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BROWN, WILLIAM J.: b. 1831. 5’7″. dark complexion, black eyes, sandy hair, gray, sandy whiskers. Clerk for circuit court of Jefferson Co.; also a lawyer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. sick at hospital, Nov./Dec. 1861. Wded. elbow joint, right arm, 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. Captured at Charles Town and paroled, Sept./Oct. 1862. Detailed by Secretary of War, 8/4/63, to report to Richmond to serve as clerk for T. C. Green, state collector of C.S. taxes in Va. Given 6 months’ disability certificate, 4/19/64, due to permanently disabled right arm. No further record.

BURNETT, THOMAS D.: b. 9/10/38. Druggist and farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Corp. Detailed as Hospital Steward in 33rd Va. Vol. Inf., 9/10/61. d. 3/10/62. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BURNETT, WILLIAM: b.  1837? 5’9″. fair complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Lawyer. enl. 6/19/61 at Winchester in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick Nov./Dec. 1861. Discharged 2/28/62, reason not stated.  d.  5/12/88. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BUTLER, FRANCIS G.: b. 4/10/21. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. MWIA in chest at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. d. 7/25/61 at Pringle’s House, Manassas. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

BUTLER, VINCENT MOORE: b.  12/21/20. Physician. Apptd.  Capt. of Hamtramck Guards, a pre-war militia company from Shepherdstown. 4/59. Capt. Co. B, 2nd Va. Vol. Inf., 5/3/61. Dropped from the roll, 4/20/62; not re-elected.  d.  4/22/64. bur. Elmwood Cem. Shepherdstown, W.Va.

BUTLER, WILLIAM: b. 8/23/41. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. To Corp. 8/17/61. Absent sick Nov./Dec. 1861-March/April 1862. Wded.  at 2nd Manassas, date not specific. Present again Jan /Feb. 1863. d.  5/6 or 5/8 1863 at Chimborazo #5, pneumonia. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

BUZZARD, GEORGE W.: b. 1842? Laborer. enl. at Harper’s Ferry in Co. K as Pvt. Last official entry shows him absent sick, Nov./Dec. 1861.

CAMERON, ALEXANDER B.: b. 1834? Clerk. enl. 6/18/61 at Winchester in Co. B as Pvt. Elected Lt. 4/20/62. Absent sick Nov/Dec. 1861. MWIA at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62; d. 8/29/62. “The Virginia Free Press” 9 Nov. 1865: “Lt. A. B. Cameron wounded 28th of August, 1862 second battle of Manassas, died Aug. 30th, aged 27. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

CAMERON, HENRY F.: b. 6/18/24. Tailor. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Sgt. Reduced to Pvt. Sept./Oct. 1861. AWOL 7/16-8/24 1861. Discharged 4/30-10/31 1862, overage. d. 11/11/88. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

CAMPBELL, JAMES A.: b. 1827? Miller. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov-Dec. 1861.

CHAMBERS, GEORGE W.: b. 1/6/29. Merchant in Harper’s Ferry. Mayor of Harper’s Ferry, 1860. Organizer and Capt. of the Floyd Guards, a pre-war militia unit from Harper’s Ferry. Capt. of Co. K, 2nd Va. Vol. Inf., 5/3/61. Resigned 4/14/62. d. 2/3/08. bur. Harper’s Cem., Harper’s Ferry, W.Va.

CHAPMAN, JAMES W.: b. 1833? Blacksmith. enl. 4/19/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Sgt. To Pvt. 11/22/61. Absent sick July-Aug./Nov./Dec. 1861. AWOL at Bunker Hill, 10/15/62. No further record.

CHAPMAN, JOHN: b. 1839? 6′ 2″. dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/62 near Harrisonburg in Co. G as Pvt. POW at Rippon, W.Va., 9/6/64 (Camp Chase). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 6/11/65.

CHAPMAN, JOHN W.: enl. 7/17/61 at Winchester in Co. A as Pvt. sick at home in Jefferson Co., Nov/Dec. 1861. No further record.

CHAPMAN, JOSEPH H.: b. 1840? Laborer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Sent to hospital in Winchester, 12/16/61. Present by 10/31/62. Deserted 7/15/63. d. 8/25/77.

CHAPMAN, THORTON J.: b. 12/28/32. 6’0″. dark complexion, blue eyes, black hair. Farmer. drafted 4/15/63 at Camp Winder. Surgeon’s discharge for “permanent dislocation of the elbow joint,” 9/18/63. d. 3/5/11. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, W. Va

CLEMENTS, FRANCES X.: 6’1″. dark complexion, hazel eyes, black hair. Residence Jefferson Co, enl. 3/6/62 at Winchester in Co, A as Pvt. Under arrest, Nov./Dec. 1862, charges not stated. Deserted 7/24/63. POW (Rebel deserter) at Harper’s Ferry, 8/10/63 (Old Capitol Prison), Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 9/26/63; sent north to Philadelphia.

CLINE, HENRY J.: b. 1842? Laborer. enl. 6/11/61 at Camp Jackson on Bolivar Heights in Co. A as Pvt. sick at home in Jefferson Co., Nov-Dec. 1861. Present 6/30-10/31 1862. Last official entry shows him at Chimborazo #5, 5/23-6/21 1864, flesh wound in right thigh. No further record.

CLIP (CLIPP), JOHN W.: b. 2/17/34. enl. 10/3/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. F as Pvt. AWOL Since 10/12/62. No further record. d. 7/28/23. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

COCKRELL, DAVID H.: b. 1818? Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Lt. Detailed as conscript officer for Jefferson Co., 10/1/62. Detailed by Brig. Gen. Talliferro as Chief of Pioneer Corps, 12/19/62; retained on this detail through March/April 1864. Last official entry shows him as commanding Division Provost Guard at Camp Ewell near Burgess Mill, 2/27/65. POW Appomattox, 4/9/65 (Old Capitol Prison). Released 8/8/65. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.; no dates on stone.

COLBERT, GEORGE W.: b. 1838? 5’10”. florid complexion, gray eyes, black hair. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick since mid-May, 1861. Discharged 11/9/61, no reason stated.

COLBERT, JOHN JAMES: b. 12/18/39. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick Nov/Dec. 1861. Killed 9/9/62? bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

COLBERT, JOSEPH W.: b. 1842, Laborer. enl. 4/18/61 Co. H

COLBERT, RICHARD W.: b. 1844 Laborer, enl. 4/20/61 Floyd Guards, later Co. K

COLEMAN, JOHN W. enl. Co. A 2nd Va.

CONLEY, WILLIAM H.: b. 1833? Carpenter. enl. 6/15/61 at Camp Whiting in Co. B as Pvt. AWOL 9/31/1862. Wded. in finger on right hand at Payne’s Farm, 11/27/63. POW at Salem Church, 5/20/64 (Pt. Lookout). Exchanged 3/15/65. Chimborazo #2, 3/19/65; scorbutus. POW in Richmond hospital, 4/3/65. Paroled 4/22/65 from Libby Prison.

CONLEY, JAMES P.: enl. 2/28/62 at Winchester in Co. B as Pvt. POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. No further record

CONRAD, ALEXANDER N.: b. 1842? Boatsman. enl. 6/15/61 at Charles Town In Co. A as Pvt. AWOL 12/25-12/30 1861. POW at Berryville, 7/1/62 (Old Capitol Prison, Ft. Monroe). Exchanged 8/5/62. Re-enlisted in Co. A, 9th Va. Cav., Sept./Oct. 1862. No official record of his service in the 9th Va. Cav.

COOKUS, GEORGE W.: b. 10/11/40. Mason. enl. 4/21/61 at Harper’s Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick 6/30/61. Present again July/Aug., 1861. Absent sick 9/15/62 at home. POW at Shepherdstown, 4/23/63 (Ft. McHenry, Ft. Monroe). Paroled 4/30/63. Absent sick 5/21/63. Gen. Hosp. #11, Richmond, 6/5/62; diarrhea. Furloughed 60 days, 6/5/63. d. 10/5/63 at home in Shepherdstown, disease. bur. Old Reformed Graveyard, Shepherdstown, W.Va.

CONNER, MORRIS: b. 1831? Laborer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861.

CRAIGHILL, EDWARD A.: b. 11/2/40 at Charles Town. Physician. enl. 4/22/61 at Harper’s Ferry in Co. G as Pvt. To Asst. Surgeon, 11/16/61. Detailed as steward in hospital at Winchester, 6/25/61. Detailed as hospital steward at Camp Pickens, Manassas, 9/19/61. Trans. Nov/Dec. 1861, location not stated. Postwar, physician at Lynchburg.

CRAIGHILL, JAMES B.: b. 1839? Student. enl. 6/16/61 at Camp Jackson in Co. G as Pvt. Detailed in Ord. Dept., 7/11/61. Last official entry shows him as an Ord. Sgt. through 2/26/62. No further record.

CROMWELL, RICHARD W.: enl. 10/8/62 Co. C 2nd Inf. at Bunker Hill Deserted 12/13/62.

CROW, JACOB B.: b. 11/6/32. 5’8″. fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. To Corp. 8/17/61. To Pvt. Nov/Dec. 1861. AWOL 7/16-8/10 1861. Detailed as teamster, 9/8/61. Detailed as teamster, 6/30-10/31 1862 through Jan/Feb. 1864. Detailed to report to Col. Nadenbousch at Staunton 2/64. POW near Lexington, 6/11/64 (Camp Chase). Exchanged 3/2/65. No further record. d. 2/24/97. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

CULP, JOHN WESLEY: b, 1839? Tailor. enl. 4/18/61 at Harper’s Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. Taken POW while absent on furlough, March/April 1862. Exchanged 8/5/62. KIA at Gettysburg on Culp’s Hill near family farm property 7/3/63.

CURRIE, CHARLES W.: b. 1838. 5’3″. dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. Farmer. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H of 2nd Va. Inf. as Pvt. Wded. at Kernstown 3/23/62. POW near Harper’s Ferry 10/16/62 (Ft. McHenry). Exchanged 10/25/62. enl. 12/62/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Present Sept./Oct. 1863-July/Aug. 1864. Admitted to Chimborazo #1 8/20/64; debility. Discharged from hosp. 8/27/64. No further record. Paroled at Winchester 4/21/65. d. Dec. 1879 at Martinsburg, W.Va.

CURRIE, GEORGE E.: b. 3/21/39. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. To Sgt. 6/30·10/31 1862. To Lt. Jan/Feb. 1863. Wded. at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. Present again Sept/Oct. 1861. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout). Exchanged 3/14/65. d. 2/24/95. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

DALGARN, STEPHEN S.: b.  8/5/44. 5’5″. light complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. enl. 12/4/62 at Guinea’s Station in Co. D as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-10/31 1864. Paroled 4/18/65 at Winchester. d. 8/14/04. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

DANDRIDGE, PHILIP PENDLETON: b.  1/15/43 in Jefferson Co. Student. enl. 5/1/61 at Winchester in Co. F as Pvt. Discharged 8/6/61, no reason stated.  Assigned cadet Co. F. 9th Va. Cav., 10/30/61. Assigned to staff of Gen. W.H.F. Lee, 10/15/63. Promoted to Lt. of Infantry (which organization not stated), 3/3/65. Postwar, civil engineer. d.  1/8/21 at Baltimore, Md.  bur. Mt. Hebron Cem., Winchester.

DANDRIDGE, EDMOND PENDLETON: b.  1/28/41. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Martinsburg in Co. D as Pvt. Wded. in foot at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. Present again Sept/Oct. 1861. Last official entry shows him sick in hospital, Nov/Dec. 1861.

DAVENPORT, HENRY BEDINGER: b.  9/9/31. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Lt. Last official entry in Nov/Dec. 1861 shows him commanding the Co. since 7/21/61 due to the wounding of Capt. Rowan. d. 9/15/01. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

DAVIS, GEORGE A. S.: b.  1835. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Sgt. To Lt. 10/24/61. Commanding Co. 6/30-10/31 1862 through Nov/Dec. 1862; May/June 1863; Sept-Oct. 1863. Gen. Hasp. Charlottesville, 1/6/63; acute diarrhea. To Gen. Hosp. Lynchburg, 1/9/63. Present again March/April 1863. On furlough July/Aug. 1863. Gen. Hosp. #4, Richmond, 9/16-9/28 1863; chronic diarrhea. Sent to hospital sick, 1/22/64. Present again March/April 1864. Inspector and Mustering Officer for regt., 10/31/64. On detached service, 11/29/64; mission not stated.  Resigned 1/18/65 due to smallness of Co. and his inability to march “on account of chronic diarrhea from which I have been suffering for two years.” d.  2/12/80. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

DAVIS, HENRY C.: b.  5/18/39. Teacher. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. To. Corp. 11/25/61. in Commissary Dept., 10/19-10/31 1861. Reenlisted in artillery, 6/30-10/31 1862.

DAVIS, JOHN b. : b.  1833? Soldier, enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. K as Lt. Discharged 4/18/62, no reason stated.

DAVIS, JOSEPH M,: b.  1833? Laborer. enl. 5/18/61 at Camp Lee in Co. K as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861.

EICHELBERGER, HENRY – CO. H

EICHELBERGER, LEWIS, S. –  CO. H

EICHELBERGER, GEORGE F.: b.  12/18/43. 6′ 0″. dark complexion, brown eyes, dark hair. Student. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. To Sgt. 4/15/64. Wded. in arm at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. Returned to duty 2/20/62. Wded. at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 5/24/64. Furloughed 6/9/64. Paroled 4/24/65 at Charles Town. d.  2/6/10. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

EICHELBERGER, WEBSTER: b.  3/9/35. Minister. enl. 6/26/61 at Camp Stephens in Co. G as Pvt. Discharged 7/20/62, reason not stated.

ENGLE, JOHN M.: b. 9/8/22. Farmer. enl. at Duffields in Co, H as Pvt. AWOL sometime before 6/30/61 and never mustered.  d. 1/9/97. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va·

ENTLER, CATO MOORE: b. 1822. Confectioner. enl. 6/18/61 at Winchester in Co. B as Pvt. sick at Manassas Hosp. 10/21/61. To Chimborazo #5, 1/13/61; diarrhea. To Gen. Hosp. Farmville, 5/7/62; torpor of liver. Returned to duty 7/16/62; however, last official entry shows him absent sick 6/30-10/31 1862.

ENTLER, CHARLES E.: b.  1842. Clerk. enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. Deserted 6/15/61.

ENTLER, DANIEL M.: b. 1835. in Shepherdstown. 5’8″. dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick Nov-Dec. 1861. On furlough Jan-Feb, 1862. POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. Detailed as asst. in commissary dept. (temporarily), Nov. 1862. Wded. in arm at Gettysburg, 7/2/63. Sent to Gen. Hosp. 7/15/63; fractured humerus, left arm. To Chimborazo #4, Richmond, 9/28/63. Surgeon’s Discharge 12/23/63, “wound is still open at elbow joint.”

ENTLER, JOHN PHIL: b.  8/22/38. Carpenter. enl. 4/21/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. To Corp. 4/25/62· To Sgt. March 1864, Absent sick July/Aug. 1861. Present again Sept/Oct. 1861. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/20/64 (Pt. Lookout), Exchanged 3/14/65. No further record.  d.  12/30/09. bur. Elmwood Cem. Shepherdstown, W.Va.

ENTLER, JOSEPH N.: b.  1841. Boatman. enl. 5/22/61 at Camp Jackson in Co. A as Pvt. Deserted 6/6/61.

ENTLER, WILLIAM M.: enl. in Co. B as Pvt. AWOL 9/20/62. No further record.

ENGLISH, ROBERT M.: b.  9/27/24. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Lt. Wded. in arm,leg, and breast at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. Returned to duty 10/25/61.  KIA  at Port Republic, 6/9/62, bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

FAGHENDER, FENTON L.: b. 1843? Laborer. enl. 6/15/61 at Charles Town in Co. H as Pvt. last official entry shows him present, Nov.-Dec. 1861.

FAGHENDER, JOSEPH H.: b. 1837. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Service in Ord.  Dept., 10/19-10/30 1861. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 6/20-7/17 1862. Absent sick at home in Jefferson Co. at 10/31/62 muster. Present again Nov-Dec. 1862. Detailed as teamster, 12/20/62. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout). d.  6/14/64 at Pt. Lookout; cause not stated.

FEAMAN, JOHN S.: b.  1825. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. KIA  at Kernstown, 3/23/62.

FEAMAN, WELLS A.: Pvt Co. F. enl. Striders Mill 10/13/62. deserted 11/10/62.

FERRELL, CHARLES F.: b. 8/23/42, Painter. enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. AWOL 7/17/61 while on march from Winchester to Manassas. Present again Sept-Oct. 1861. POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. After exchange, went home without leave, and taken POW at home. On parole as of 10/31/62. Present again Nov.-Dec. 1862. Surrendered at Appomattox. d. 5/23/08. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

FLAGG, GEORGE H.: b.  4/9/32. 5’7″. light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Farmer. enl. 4/21/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. G as Pvt. Elected Lt. 4/20/62. Signs roll as commanding Co., Jan.-Feb. 1864. Stuart Hosp., Richmond, 3/26-4/2 1865; rheumatism. Paroled 4/19/65 at Winchester. d. 3/25/00. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

FOLEY, JOHN F.: b. 10/22/40. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Shown as Sgt. 6/30-10/31/62. To. Lt. 11/18/62 for “exhibition of extraordinary valor and skill in the several battles in which this regt. has been engaged.” Signs roll as commanding Co., Nov.-Dec. 1863. Surrendered at Appomattox. d. 6/3/26. bur. Harpers Cem., Harpers Ferry, W.Va.

FOWLER, SAMUEL H.: b. 6/10/29. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Martinsburg in Co. D. as Sgt. Reduced to ranks 1/19/61 for drunkenness and disobedience of orders. To Corp. 11/1/63. POW at Fisher’s Hill, 9/23/64 (Pt. Lookout). Exchanged 3/15/65. d. 3/23/05. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, W.Va.

FRAZIER, JAMES H.: b. 1838? Auctioneer. enl. 1/8/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Special duty as harnessmaker, Nov.-Dec. 1861. Discharged 7/30/62, reason not stated.

FULK, WILLIAM: b.  10/19/29. drafted 10/13/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick Oct. 1862-July/Aug. 1863. listed as deserter, July/Aug. 1863. d.  7/17/03. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

GAGEBY, DAVID B.: b. 1826? Carpenter. enl. 4/19/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. To Corp. 8/1/61. To Sgt. 11/22/61. Absent sick 5/30/62-March/April 1863. AWOL 5/11/63. No further record.  d. 1901. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

GALLAHER, CHARLES FRANK: b.  11/28/42. 5’8″. dark complexion, black eyes, gray hair. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Absent sick at home in Charles Town, 10/15/61. Chimborazo #1, 10/17-10/28 1861; debility. Present again Nov/Dec. 1861. POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 3/2/65. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 4/19/65; reason not stated.  Paroled 4/22/65 at Winchester. d.  1915. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

GALLAHER, CHARLES HORACE: b.  4/17/39. 5’10,”. florid complexion, blue eyes, amber hair. Clerk. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. To Sgt. 10/13/63. Wded. ln head at Payne’s Farm, 11/27/63. Chimborazo #3, 11/30/63. To Staunton, 12/8//63.Returned to duty 2/11/64. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 2/20/65. paroled 4/30//65 at Staunton. d.  1/29/11. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

GALLAHER, WILLIAM B.: b. 3/21/33 at Charles Town. Publisher and Editor of Charles Town’s “Virginia Free Press.” enl. 6/22/61 at Camp Stephens in Co. A as Pvt. Discharged 7/28/62, reason not stated.  Unofficial source states he served in Commissary Dept. of the 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, during the rest of the war. d. 8/28/03. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

GIBSON, JOSHUA GREGG: b. 1/3/23. Listed in Co. G, but never mustered “being of bad health” and because he “furnished a substitute uniformed.” d. 2/124/94. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

GOHEEN, THOMAS: b. 1832? 5’3″. dark complexion, blue eyes, black hair. Boatsman. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 5/26/61 at Lemon’s Ferry in Co. I as Pvt. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 5/11-5/28 1864; cephalalgia. POW at Strasburg, 10/19/64 (Pt. Lookout). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 6/13//65.

GOLD, THOMAS DANIEL: b. 2/23/45. 5’8″. light complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. enl. 4/18/61 at Berryville in Co. I as Pvt. To Corp. 8/13/61. To Sgt. 8/1/62. POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5//62. Wded.  in arm at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. Present again Nov/Dec. 1862. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 10/22/63-1/13/64; typhoid fever. Absent sick Sep/Oct.-Nov./Dec. 1863. On detached duty, Jan/Feb.  1864. Present again March/April, 1864. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 2/20/65. Paroled 4/21/65 at Winchester. Postwar, Va. State Senate, 1899-1903; author of “History of Clarke County and its Connection with the War Between the States” (1914). d.  12/7/15. bur. Greenhill Cem., Berryville. (NOTE: Gold is from Clarke County but is an exception and included here because he wrote a book about 2nd Virginia.-ED)

GREEN, THOMAS CLAIBORNE: b.  11/30/20 at Fredericksburg. Son of John W. Green, a Va. Supreme Court of Appeals judge. Practiced law with Col. Agnus McDonald in Hampshire Co. at Romney. m. Mary Naylor McDonald, Col. McDonald’s oldest daughter. Mayor of Charles Town during the John Brown raid in 1859; also served as a defense attorney for Brown. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. On special duty in telegraph office, June 1861. Elected to Va. Legislature from Jefferson Co., 12/22/61. Apptd.  chief collector of Confederate taxes in Va. by President Davis in 1863 and remained in this position until war’s end.  Postwar, returned to Charles Town; apptd.  to W.Va. Supreme Court of Appeals in 1876 and continued in this capacity until his death. d.  12/4/89. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

GROVE, FRANCIS T.: b.  1845? Student. enl. 5/17/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. Last official entry shows him AWOL, March/April, 1862. d.  1924. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

GROVE, WILLIAM H.: b.  1842? Student. enl. 5/17/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick July/Aug. 1861. AWOL March/April, 1862. Wded.  at 2nd Manassas, date not specific. No further record.

GRUBER, BENJAMIN F.: b.  1845? Laborer. enl. 5/15/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. H as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov./Dec. 1861.

HAMTRAMCK, SELBY M.: b.  11/24/42. Student enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62. (Ft. Delaware). d.  6/9/62 at Ft. Delaware, cause not stated.  Claim to C. S. government states that he died with no wife or children and that $180.30 was paid to his mother Sallie E. Hamtramck for his service. bur. Finn’s Point Nat. Cem., Ft. Delaware or Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

HANNAH, THOMAS W.: enl. 3/10/62 at Winchester in Co. A as Pvt.  KIA  at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HARRELL, EDWARD R.: b.  1829? 5’8″. light complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Residence Charles Town. Drafted 10/1/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. K as Pvt. To Sgt 3/1/63. Wded.  in thigh at Chancellorsville, 5/3/63. Moore Hosp., Gen. Hosp. #24, Richmond, 5/11-5/26 1863. To Gen. Hosp. #27, Richmond, 5/26/63; gangrene. Furloughed for 60 days, 7/8/63. Gen. Hosp. Staunton, 7/13-0ct. 1863. Next record shows him on detail at Chimborazo #5, 7/15/64-Feb. 1865. POW at Richmond Hosp., 4/3/65, (Jackson Hosp., Libby Prison, Newport News). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 7/1/65.

HARRELL, EDWIN R.: b.  11/20/30. Tinner. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Lt. Deserted 7/14/61 from Winchester. Dismissed from the army in disgrace by court-martial, 10/23/61. bur. Methodist Graveyard, Charles Town, W.Va.

HASTINGS, DANIEL B.: b. 1816? Blacksmith. enl. 5/12/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Wded. at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. Absent sick in hosp. at Fairfax Court House, Sept/Oct. 1861; rheumatism. Surgeon’s Discharge, 11/7/61.

HAWKS, WELLS JOSEPH: b. 1814 in Massachusetts. Moved to Winchester about 1843 and then to Charles Town. Bought an old church in Charles Town and converted it into a carriage manufacturing establishment. Served as commissioner and superintendent of the public schools of Jefferson Co., as mayor of Charles Town, and was elected to the Va· House of Delegates in 1855 and 1857. m. 1) Mary Smith, 2) Sarah Smith, 3) Sarah B.  Worthington. Commissary Capt of 2nd Va. Inf. Commissioned Maj. and served as Gen. Jackson’s Chief of Commissary, 10/22/61-5/10/63; also on staffs of Generals Ewell, Early, and Lee. Postwar, returned to Charles Town. d. 5/28/73. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va·

HAWN, WILLIAM H. H. : b. 1840? Shoemaker. enl. 6/15/61 at Camp Whiting in Co. B as Pvt. Supposed to have been taken POW while falling back up the Valley, March/April 1862. Absent sick at home since 9/15/62. Present again Nov/Dec. 1862. AWOL 7/14/63. No further record.

HENDERSON, DAVID E.: b. 6/23/32. Artist enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Apptd.  Lt in Topographical Engineers, date not stated.  “Employed in making maps since the commencement of the war with the exception of a few weeks preceding the Battle of Manassas.” Detailed as draftsman to Gen. Johnston, 8/26/61. Draftsman at Gen. Lee’s headquarters, 6/30/62. No further record.  d. 11/16/87. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HENDERSON, RICHARD: b: 7/26/43. Student enl. 5/25/61 at Camp Lee in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick since 10/13/61. Present again Nov/Dec. 1861. Detailed as teamster for QM’s train, Nov/Dec. 1862. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-10/31 1864. Paroled at Appomattox. Postwar, farmer. d. 6/22/05. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HENDRICKS, DANIEL WEBSTER: b. 7/26/38. Farrier. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Listed as present through July/Aug. 1861; then no record again until shown absent sick, Sept./Oct., 1863. Also appears on rolls of Co. D, 12th Va. Cav. Present again Jan/Feb.  1864. Last official record shows him present, July/Aug. 1864. Paroled 4/18/65 at Harpers Ferry. d.  1/15/10 near Duffields. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

HENDRICKS, JAMES MADISON: b.  2/6/44. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Re-enlisted in Co. D, 6th Va. Cav., 6/30-10/31/1862. d. 6/12/23. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

HENDRICKS, WILLIAM: b. 12/32/21, Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt.KIA  at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. bur. St. James Lutheran Cem., Uvilla, W.Va.

HENSON, GEORGE W.: 5’9 1/2″. dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. Residence Charles Town. enl. 2/10/62 at Winchester in Co. A as Musician. To Pvt 8/17/63, POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. Charged $1.00 for wasting 20 rounds of ammunition, Jan/Feb, 1864. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 5/15/65.

HESSEY, CHARLES E.: b. 1836? Tailor. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick at Shepherdstown, July/Aug. 1861. d.  1/3 or 1/30 1862 at Shepherdstown; disease. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

HESSEY, EDWARD H.: b, 1826? Brickmaker. enl. 6/9/61 at Camp Jackson on Bolivar Heights in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick at home in Winchester, March/April 1862-May/June 1863. Nurse at New School Presbyterian Church Hosp., Winchester, 10/20/62. Present again July/Aug, 1863. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 10/29/64. No further record.

HESSEY, RICHARD AMOS: enl. 7/9/61 at Winchester in Co. B as Pvt. Absent on furlough Nov-Dec. 1861. Present again Jan/Feb. 1862. AWOL since 5/28/62, and dropped from the roll 12/22/62. No further record.  bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HILL, JOHN: b.  12/18/20. 5’9″. light complexion, blue eyes, black hair. Tailor. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. To. Corp. 11/22/61. Detailed to Staunton as nurse in hosp., 11/20/62-Nov/Dec. 1863. Deserted 1/16/64, Oath of Allegiance to U.S., date not given. d. 3/13/05, bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HOOFF, JAMES LAWRENCE: b. 10/2/25. enl. 7/6/61 at Darkesville in Co. G as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861. One record states he served as a QM Sgt. in the 2nd Va. Inf. and as Asst. QM in the 11th Va. Cav. Postwar, merchant in Charles Town; elected to W.Va. legislature in 1875; later became president of Jefferson Co. Court. d.  8/24/87. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HOOFF, WILLIAM A.: b. 1839? 5’8″. dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Detailed as nurse to Gen. Hosp. #4, Richmond, 1/30/63. Ward master in Gen. Hosp. #4, Richmond, March/April 1863-Jan./Feb.  1864. Returned to regt. 3/14/64. POW at Salem Church, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout). Exchanged 3/14/65. Paroled 4/16/65 at Winchester.

HOPKINS, ABNER CRUMP: b. 10/24/35 in Powhatan Co. grad.  Hampden-Sydney College, 1855.  Attd. Union Theological Seminary. Minister at Martinsburg Presbyterian Church. m. Anne Pleasants Atkinson, 5/16/61, Commissioned 5/3/62 as chaplain of the 2nd Va. Vol. lnf. To Chaplain of the 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Va. Postwar, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Charles Town, 1866-1911. d.  2/4/11. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HORN, GEORGE: b.  8/6/19. Farmer. enl. at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. AWOL and never mustered, 4/18-6/30 1861. No further record.  d. 2/2/79. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

HOUT, DAVID H.: b.  11/24/20. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Corp. To Sgt. 11/13/61. Discharged 4/30-10/31/1862, overage. d. 3/11/05. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

HOUT, GEORGE W.: enl. 6/1/63 Sharpsburg, Md. in Co. B as Musician. Surrendered at Appomattox. Postwar, went west. d.  2/13/20 at Warrensburg, Mo.

HOWELL, DAVID, JR.: b. 8/25/38. Farmer. enl. 6/15/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Elected Lt. 10/1/62. Signs roll as commanding Co., March/April 1864, Wded.  Aug. 1864, exact battle and date not given. Sent to Richmond to forward recruits to army, 11/23/64. Retired to Invalid Corps, 3/6/65, and stationed at Newtown. Paroled 4/21/65 at Charles Town. d. 1/31/03. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HUMPHREYS, DAVID: b. 5/2/32 at Charles Town. Farmer. enl. 5/14/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. G as Pvt. Unofficial source states he was injured during drill in camp at Centreville (1861); disabled and discharged.  Absent on special duty since 11/19/61. Re-enlisted in Co. B. 7th Va.Cav. Retired 12/23/64. Postwar, merchant; moved to Norfolk in 1869 and entered insurance business; helped with the development of Norfolk and was a member of the town council; author of “Heroes and Spies.” d. 7/5/05. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HUMRICKHOUSE, GEORGE W.: enl. 6/21/63 near Sharpsburg in Co. B as Musician. Surrendered at Appomattox.

HUMRICKHOUSE, SAMUEL P.: b.  1830? in Shepherdstown. 5’3″. fair complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Tailor. enl. 6/18/61 at Winchester in Co. B as Pvt. POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. Absent sick Aug/5-Nov/Dec. 1862. Present again Jan/Feb, 1863. On furlough March/April 1863. Discharged 5/26/63 by reason of insanity; he was “taken very sick with Typhoid Fever.”

HUNSICKER, JAMES W.: enl. 10/8/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. A as Pvt. Chimborazo #1, 3/21/63; fever. d. 4/2 or 4/3/1863 at Chimborazo #1.

HUNTER, ANDREW: b.  1835? Physician. enl. 6/5/61 at Camp Jackson on Bolivar Heights in Co. C as Pvt. Trans. to Culpeper Court House as a Surgeon, 9/25/61. No further record.

HUNTER, JAMES H. L.: b.  4/9/30. Merchant. Capt. of Letcher Riflemen, a pre-war militia Co. in Jefferson Co., 11/25/59. To Capt., Co. H. 2nd Va. Vol. Inf., enl. 5/3/61. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861. Dropped from Register of Commissioned Officers, 5/18/62; reason not stated.  Paroled 4/26/65 at Ashland.  d.  8/17/91. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HUNTER, THOMAS C.: 5’11”. light complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 7/3/61 at Martinsburg in Co. D as Pvt. listed as hosp. steward, 4/30-10/31 1862 through March/April 1863. Absent sick at hosp., May/June 1863. Commissioned hosp. steward, 8/28/63; place of service not stated.  Present again Sept/Oct. 1863. Last official entry states he was trans. to the surgeon at Gen. Long’s headquarters, 4/30-10/3 1864. Paroled 4/10/65 at Barkelsville Junction.

HURST, JAMES A.: b. 12/19/29. Farmer. enl 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Lt. AWOL 9/20-1/11 1861. No further record.  d. 7/24/91. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HURST, THOMAS G.: b.  7/23/26. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. MWIA in abdomen, at 1st Manassas 7/21/61.  d.  8/1 or 8/8/1861 at Orange Court House Hosp. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

HUTSON, ROBERT: b.  1842? Blacksmith. enl 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. d.  7/19/61 at hosp. in Winchester.”The Virginia Free Press” reported 9 Nov 1865 that a “Robert Hudson died at Winchester Hospital 19th July, 1861 aged 22 years.”

JENKINS, JOSEPH J.: b.  1832? Shoemaker. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Sgt. Elected Capt. 4/20/62. Surrendered at Appomattox.

JOHNSON, JOHN W.: b.  1843? 6’0″. dark complexion, dark eyes, gray hair. Cooper. Residence Jefferson Co. Drafted 10/3/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick Nov.-Dec. 1862. Arrested and POW at Leetown. 12/29/62;”said to be at home when taken making barrels for the Confederate army.” (Wheeling, Camp Chase). Exchanged 3/28/63. Present again 4/8/63.Chimborazo #2, 6/11/64; diarrhea. To lynchburg, 7/9/64. Paroled 4/20/65 at Winchester. d. 11/29/26. bur. Stonewall Cem., Winchester.

JONES, JOHN W.: b. 1842? Blacksmith. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Wded.  at Chancellorsville, 5/3/63. Present again July/Aug. 1863. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 3/2/65. Chimborazo #2, 3/10/65; pneumonia. Furloughed 60 days, 3/9/65. No further record. “The Virginia Free Press” 9 Nov. 1865: “John W. Jones wounded at Mine Run 27th Nov 1862 died Nov. 30th age 25.”

KANODE, BLACKFORD W.: b.  12/31/36. 5’7″. fair complexion, black eyes, dark hair. Residence Charles Town. enl. 10/8/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. A as Pvt.- SERVED IN 7TH VA CAV – Detailed to Commissary Dept., 12/5/62. Present again Jan/Feb. 1863. Absent sick since 4/10/63. Present again May/June 1863. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 5/17/65. d.  1/15/18. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

KEERL, JOHN D. : b. 1840? Clerk. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. To Sgt. 9/1/63. Wded. at Chancellorsville, 5/3/63. Returned from sick furlough, 7/23/63. Last official entry shows him present, March/April 1864.

KEERL, ROBERT DOUGLAS: b.  11/30/45. Trans. from Co. K, 24th Ga. Inf., 11/15/62 (sic) at Culpeper Court House and joined Co. G as Pvt. Only official entry states he was present 4/30-10/31/1864. Surrendered at Appomattox. d.  6/19/26. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

KEERL, WILLIAM L.: b. 1843? Clerk. enl. 6/6/61 at Camp Jackson on Bolivar Heights in Co. G as Pvt. Charged $2.00 for pair of shoes received, 8/29/61. Hosp. near Fairfax Court House, Sept/Oct. 1861; fever. Present again by 10/31/61. Wded.  in forehead at 2nd Manassas, date not specific. Present by 10/31/62. Wded. when slightly bruised by shell at Fredericksburg, 12/13/62. Present again Jan-Feb.  1863. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-10/31/1864. Surrendered at Appomattox.

KEYES, WILLIAM H.: b. 7/15/41. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. Trans. to 1st Va. Cav., 7/14/61. KIA  at Jenning’s Landing on the James River, 3/24/64. bur. Old Reformed Graveyard, Shepherdstown, W.Va.

KIMES, HENRY: b.  1816? Painter. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick at home in Shepherdstown, Sept/Oct. 1861. Present again Nov/Dec. 1861. Last official entry states he was taken POW while on furlough, March/April 1864. b. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

KIMES, WILLIAM: b. 1821? 5’5 1/2″. dark complexion, hazel eyes, black hair. Painter. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 6/14/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Absent sick at home, July/Aug. 1861. Surgeon’s discharge, 11/9/61; disability. Re-enlisted 2/18/62 at Winchester in Co. B.  POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Released 2/20/65. POW at Ft. Steadman near Petersburg, 3/25/65 (Pt. Lookout). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 6/14/65.

LACKLAND, FRANCIS: b. 5/20/30 near Charles Town. grad.  V.M.I. 1849. Employed in Engineer Corps of the Alabama Railroad.  Entered C.S. service May, 1861 at Harpers Ferry as Capt.in Engineer Corps. To Lt. Col., 2nd Va. lnf., June 1861. Hosp. 1st Brigade, Fairfax Court House, Sept/Oct. 1861; pneumonia. d.  9/5/61 at Fairfax Court House; “pneumonia supervening upon organic disease of the heart.” bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

LAMBRIGHT, GEORGE W.: b. 7/6/47 at Hancock, Md.  enl. 7/20/64 at Winchester in Co. H as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, 10/31/64. Surrendered at Appomattox. Postwar, spent 6 years in W.Va. and then moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, where he was a merchant.

LEE, RICHARD HENRY: b.  8/24/21. grandson of Richard Henry Lee, mover of the Declaration of Independence in the  Continental Congress. Lawyer. Residence Charles Town. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Lt. Absent sick 8/26-9/13/1861. Wded. severely at Kernstown, 3/23/62. Recommended for service on a military court, Oct. 1862. Later became Judge Advocate and Col. in the 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Va. d. 6/18/02. bur. Old Chapel Cem., Millwood.

LEMON, ALEX: Unofficial source lists him in Co. B.  bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

LEVI, GEORGE W.: b.  11/23/42 in Jefferson Co. Farmhand.  enl. 5/22/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. I as Pvt. Absent sick Nov/Dec. 1861. Disabled by disease and dropped from the roll, 4/18/62. Postwar, farmer, Clarke Co. sheriff for 10 years; U.S. Marshal for Western District of Va. until 1890. d.  3/1/20 at Berryville. NOTE: HE WAS A CHILD IN JEFFERSON COUNTY.

LEWIS,  JOHN H. B.: b.  10/10/19. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. To Ord. Sgt. 4/30-10/31 1862. Absent sick since 11/12/62. No record again until Sept/Oct. 1863 when he is listed as present. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 6/17-6/28 1864; febris remittens. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 9/26/64; debility. Retired to Invalid Corps, 3/3/65, and stationed at Lexington. No further record.  d.  Dec. 1870. bur. Lewis-Muse Graveyard, Jefferson Co., W.Va.

LEWIS, LEWIS: enl. 3/4/62 at Winchester in Co. D as Pvt. MWIA at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. d.  9/3/62. bur. White Church Graveyard, Middleway. W.Va.

LEWIS, WALTER: enl. 3/4/62 at Winchester in Co. D as Pvt. MWIA at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. d. l0/15/62. bur. White Church Graveyard, Middleway, W.Va.

LEWIS, WILLIAM H.T.: b. 4/30/32. Farmer. enl. 5/5/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. G as Pvt. Elected Lt. 6/16/61. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861. Dropped from Register of Commissioned Officers, 5/18/62. reason not stated.  d. 5/31/05. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

LICKLIDER, GEORGE W.: b.  12/9/38. Farmer. enl. 6/20/61 at Charles Town in Co. H as Pvt. Absent. under arrest at Manassas Junction, July/Aug. 1861; reason not stated.  Present again Sept/Oct. 1861. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861. d.  2/6/05. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va. NOTE: THIS IS THE 12TH CAV ENTRY: b.  12/9/38. 5’11”. dark complexion, gray eyes, black hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 7/1/63 at Orange Court House in Co. F as Pvt. Present July/Aug. 1863-July/Aug. 1864. Sorrel horse appraised at $800.  KIA  at Shady Grove (Todd’s Tavern), 5/5/64. No further record.  Paroled at Winchester, 4/25/65. d.  2/6/05. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

LINK, ADAM, JR.: b.  10/16/17. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Surgeon’s discharge, 5/15/61,”for inability.” d. 3/27/62. bur. St. James Lutheran Cem., Uvilla, W.Va.

LINK, ADAM CRUZEN: b. 11/30/32. Farmer. enl. at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. AWOL July/Aug. 1861. No further record.  d.  3/28/62 at New Market; measles. bur. 1st at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church Cem., New Market; body later removed to St. James Lutheran Cem., Uvilla, W.Va.

LINK, JOHN ALLEN: b. 4/21/42. Farmer. enl. at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. AWOL July/Aug. 1861. No record again until he appears as wded. in stomach at Fredericksburg, 12/13/62. Absent wded. Jan/Feb. 1863. Wded. in hand at Chancellorsvllle, 5/3/63. Last official entry shows him still absent wded.  and at home, 4/30-10/31 1864. Postwar. farmer. d.  6/19/35 at Uvilla, W.Va. “Last surviving Confederate veteran in Jefferson Co.” bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

LINK, THOMAS: b. 4/2/27. Farmer. Residence Dufflelds. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H. Elected Lt. 11/22/61. Absent sick in hosp. near Centerville. July/Aug-Sept/Oct. 1861. Last official entry shows him present, Nov-Dec. 1861. Dropped from Register of Commissioned Officers, 4/16/62. d.  4/21/74 at Duffields.

LOCK, WILLIAM M.: b. 9/17/37. Farmer. enl. 6/2/61 at Camp Jackson on Bolivar Heights in Co. G as Pvt. Last official entry shows him absent on special duty in Commissary Dept. since 1/16/61. Apptd.  9/9/62 Capt. of Commissary, 62nd Va. Partisan Rangers. POW at Hardy Co., 11/9/62 (Camp Chase). Exchanged at Vicksburg, Mississippi, 12/8/62. Promoted to Major and Commissary, 1/28/63, in Imboden’s Brig. Paroled 5/8/65 at Winchester. d.  5/16/92. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

LOYNS, HENRY M.: b.  1839. enl. 10/16/64 at Richmond in Co. H as Pvt. Surrendered at Appomattox. d. 1910. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

LUCAS, ANDREW: Listed in Co. G. Only official entry says he was discharged 8/7/62. d. 9/3/87.

LUCAS, EDWARD D.: b.  1842? Lawyer. enl. 6/15/61 at Camp Whiting in Co. B as Pvt. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 5/11-7/4/1864; wounded.  Surrendered at Appomattox.

MADDOX, JAMES E.: b. 1821? Carpenter. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Sgt. Elected Lt. 11/22/61. POW at Leetown, 5/3/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. No further record.

MAGAHA, JACOB: enl. 2/18/62 at Winchester in Co. B as Pvt. Wded.  at 2nd Manassas, date not specific. Present again by 10/31/62. d.  5/26/63 in hosp at Richmond “from wound.” “The Virginia Free Press” 9 Nov. 1865: “Jacob Magaha, wounded at Chancellorsville, 5th of May, 1863 died the 9th, aged 30.”

MAGAHA, WILSON H.: b.  1830. 6’0″. light complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Carpenter. Residence Charles Town. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Detailed as teamster, 10/15-10/31 1861. Gen. Hosp. Staunton, 3/10/63; typhoid fever. Present again May/June 1863. Wded. at Gettysburg, 7/2/63. POW at Gettysburg, July 1863 (DeCamp Gen. Hosp., David’s Island, N.Y. Harbor; Ft. Wood, Bedloe’s Island, N.Y. Harbor where “lower one-third of right thigh amputated. “). Paroled from Hammond Gen. Hosp., Pt. Lookout, date not specific. Chimborazo #1, 3/7/64. Furloughed 3/8/64 for 60 days. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 3/22/64. To Staunton, 5/30/64. No further record.  d. 1900. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

MARMADUKE, JAMES J.: b.  1835? Farmer. enl. 6/15/61 at Camp Whiting in Co. B as Pvt. AWOL since 10/14/61. Present again Nov/Dec. 1861. POW at Manassas, 8/27/62, and paroled.  Absent sick at home since 9/21/62. AWOL since 11/10/62. Arrested (Rebel deserter) at Baltimore, 6/29/63 (Ft McHenry). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 8/26/63.

MARMADUKE, LUTHER: b.  1838? Tanner. enl. 6/18/61 at Winchester in Co. B as Pvt. Detailed as Musician to 2nd Regt. Band, May/June 1863. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). d.  10/1/64 at Elmira; typhoid fever. bur. Woodlawn Nat. Cem., Elmira, N.Y., Section 9, grave 532.

MARMADUKE, SELBY “The Virginia Free Press” 9 Nov. 1865: “Selby M Marmaduke died at Fort Delaware 9th of July 1862, aged 21″

MASON, JAMES MURRAY: b. 8/25/39. Unofficial source lists him in Co. F. d.  1/10/23. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

MATHENY, BUSHROD: b. in Jefferson Co. drafted 10/3/62 at Bunker Hill in Co G as Pvt. Detailed as shoemaker, in 1st Brig., Nov/Dec 1862. Absent sick and sent to hosp. 1/2/63 Last official entry states he died in hosp. in Washington, no date given.

McCORMICK, PHILIP J.: b. 1837? Brickmaker. enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. K as Pvt. To Corp. 8/12/61. To Pvt. 10/18/61. Last official entry shows him present, Nov./Dec. 1861. “The Virginia Free Press” Nov.. 9, 1865: “23 March 1862 killed at Kernstown Philip McCormick, Co. K 2nd Va. Infantry, aged 25 years.”

McDONALD, WILLIAM NAYLOR: b. 2/4/34 in Hampshire Co. Received Master’s Degree from University of Virginia and became a professor of rhetoric and principal of a high school in Louisville, Kentucky; then became a lawyer in Charles Town. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Absent on special duty in Cav. of Angus W. McDonald, Nov/Dec. 1861. Last official record shows him on detail to engineer service, 3/26/62. Resigned from this and trans. to Co. D, 11th Va. Cav. Later promoted to Capt. of artillery and assigned to Ord. Dept. Wded. in side at Wilderness,
5/6/64. Another source says he also served on the staffs of Rosser and Mahone. Postwar, teacher; founder and principal of Shenandoah University School at Berryville; founder of Cool Spring School; author of “The Laurel Brigade.” d. 1/4/98. bur. Greenhill Cem., Berryville.

McDONOUGH, CHARLES T.: b.  1844? in Loudoun Co. Light complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Tailor. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Absent sick at home since 9/5/61. Surgeon’s discharge, 12/8/61; disability. NOTE ENTRY FROM 12TH VA CAV: b.  1844? in Loudoun Co. 5’9″. fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Tailor in Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A of 2nd Va.lnf. as Pvt. Absent sick at home since 9/5/61. Surgeon’s discharge, 12/8/61; disability. Listed in Co. B of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. (date and location of enl. not stated). POW 1st N.Y. Cav. near Charles Town, 12/26/62 (Camp Chase, 1/3/63). To City Point for exchange, 3/28/63.

McENDREE, DANIEL M.: b. 1838? in Jefferson Co. 5’9″. fair complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Clerk. enl. 4/27/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick Nov./Dec. 1861. Present again Jan/Feb.  1862. AWOL since 5/1/62. Discharged 7/27/62, being a “citizen of Kentucky and having served 90 days after expiration of this term.”

McENDREE, WILLIAM H.: b. 1841? Clerk. enl. 5/29/61 at Lemon’s Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. To Sgt. 4/18/62. Absent sick Jan/Feb.  1862. AWOL during July, 1862 and since 9/20/62. AWOL 10/10-12/1/62. Detailed clerk for QM of 2nd Va. Inf., Dec. 1862. Remained on this detail through last official entry which shows him present, 4/30-10/31/1864. Surrendered at Appomattox.

McINTYRE (McINTIRE), RICHARD W.: b.  1843? 5’8″. fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. enl. 10/8/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. A as Pvt. Sent to hosp. sick, 10/28/63. Present again Jan./Feb. 1864. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-10/31 1864. Paroled 4/18/65 at Winchester. Alive in 1920.

MciNTYRE, THOMAS B.: b.  1837? Mason. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Sgt.  KIA  at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62.

McKENNEY (McKINNEY), FRANCIS E.: b.  1841? Florid complexion, hazel eyes, black hair. Farmer. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. Absent sick at home in Jefferson Co. 9/5/62-May-June, 1863. Shown as AWOL since 6/13/63. POW at Leetown, 10/12/63 (Pt. Lookout). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 4/23/64. POW at Harpers Ferry, 4/26/64 (Camp Chase). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 6/1/65. bur. Greenhill Cem., Martinsburg, W.Va.

MEDLAR, NAPOLEON B.: b. 1840? Gunsmith. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G in Pvt. Detailed as musician for 2nd regt., July/Aug. 1861. Gen. Hosp. Howard’s Grove, Richmond, 7/21/63; severe contusion of left thigh by a fall. To Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 8/3/63. Present again Sept/Oct. 1863. Next official record shows him as an armorer in a repairing establishment at Charlottesville, 3/19-Aug. 1862. Final record shows him as an armorer at the C. S Carbine Factory, Richmond, 3/19/63. No further record.

MELVIN, JACOB S.: b. 1/6/30. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Dufflelds in Co. H as Lt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov. Dec. 1861. Vouchers for the fall of 1862 list him as a Capt. and Asst. Commissary. d.  1/25/12. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

MELVIN, WILLIAM: b.  8/27/41. enl. 3/18/63 at Camp Winder in Co. H as Pvt. Wded.  by shell in left side of back below shoulder blade at Monocacy, 7/9/64. POW at Monocacy, 7/9/64 (U.S. Gen. Hosp West Buildings, Baltimore: Ft. McHenry). Exchanged 2/16/65. Surrendered at Appomattox. d.  2/17/12. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

MILLBURN, HENRY: b. 1841? Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. AWOL 12/27-12/30 1861. Last official entry shows him present, 12/31/61.

MILLER, BENJAMIN: enl. 4/18/62 at Rude’s Hill in Co. B as Pvt. AWOL 4/20-8/1 1862. No further record except parole statement that says he was paroled 4/20/65 at Mt. Jackson.

MILLER, EMMANUEL: b.  1817? Shoemaker. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. AWOL and never mustered, 4/30-6/30 1861. No further record.

MILLER, MILTON B. : b. 1832? Shoemaker. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861.

MILLER, WILLIAM H.: b. 1830? Farmer. enl. 5/17/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. Last official entry shows him AWOL. March/April, 1862.

MOBLEY, GEORGE W.: enl. 9/13/61 at Charles Town in Co. K as Pvt. AWOL Nov/Dec. 1861. Last official entry Says he deserted 11/20/62. d. 1899. bur. Harpers Cem., Harpers Ferry, W.Va.

MOHLER, DAVID GUIN: 5’10”. fair complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair. Residence Charles Town. Only record in POW statement that shows him in Co. G as Sgt. POW at Fairfax Station, 4/10/65 (Elmira, 5/2/66). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Elmira. 7/3/65. Unofficial source (VMI Register) says he was in Co. A of the VMI cadets at the Battle of New Market, 5/15/64. Postwar, graduated 122nd from VMI Class of 1867. Worked as a merchant and with real estate. d. 6/5/17. bur. Arlington Cem., Arlington, Va.

MOLER, DANIEL: b.  1840? 5’8″. dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Farmer. enl. 4/25/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. G as Pvt. To Corp. 7/1/63. Absent sick at hosp., July/Aug.-10/25/62. Wded. at Gaines’s Mill or Malvern Hill, 6/27 or 7/1/1862. Present again by 10/31/62. Wded. slightly by shell at Fredericksburg. 12/13/62. Present by 12/31/62. Absent sick at hosp., 4/13/63. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 5/2-6/9 1863; debility. Wded. in neck at Payne’s Farm, 11/27/63, Chimborazo #3, 11/30/63. To Staunton. 1/6/64. Returned to regt. 3/8/64. POW at Salem Church, 5/20/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 3/14/65. Paroled 4/25/65 at Winchester.

MOLER, HENRY CLAY: enl. 12/8/62 at Camp Moss Neck in Co. B as Pvt. Wded. at Chancellorsville, 5/3/63. Present again Sept/Oct., 1863. Detailed in Pioneer Corps, Johnson’s Division, Jan/Feb. 1864. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-10/31 1864.

MOLER, LEE H.: b.  3/12/37. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Lt. Elected Capt. 4/20/62. Resigned 8/15/62 due to “an old and large hernia at the left side.” d.  10/28/08. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

MOLER, RALEIGH V.: b.  9/4/40. Farmer. enl. 6/14/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. AWOL 1/27-12/2 1861. Last official entry shows him present. 12/31/61. d. 10/16/17. NOTE ENTRY FROM 12TH VA CAV: MOLER, RALEIGH: b. 9/4/40. Farmer. enl. 6/14/61 at Charles Town in Co. A of 2nd Va.lnf. as Pvt. AWOL 11/27-12/2/61. Last Infantry entry shows him present, 12/31/61. enl. 12/11/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D of 12th Va. Cav. Pvt.  Only entry shows him AWOL, Sept/Oct. 1863. No further record.  Unofficial source (“Shepherdstown Register” obituary, 10/25/17) says Moler was captured and sent to Ft. Delaware, where he was kept in confinement for some time. Finally, with several other Confederate prisoners, he accepted an offer of freedom from the Union authorities with the provision that he go west for garrison duty at Ft. Laramie, Wyoming. The Confederates agreed to this condition, hoping to escape on their way west or at Ft. Laramie. Their plan proved futile, however, as there was no opportunity to escape en route. In Wyoming, the hostile Indians were so numerous that it would dare to run the gauntlet. Therefore, Moler served in the U.S. Army until the end of the war, fighting Indians on the Great Plains. Postwar, farmer at Uvllla, Jefferson Co., W.Va. m. Lydia E. Engle, 1/5/89. d.  10/16/17. bur. Elmwood Cem., Snepherdstown, W.Va.

MONROE, GEORGE B. : b.  8/8/18. Painter. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Absent on special duty, 4/18-6/30/1861. Absent sick since 7/1/61. Discharged 1/19/61 for disability. d.  2/18/67. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

MOORE, ALBERT L.: b. 12/29/45. Student. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Absent sick at home, Nov/Dec. 1861. No further record. d. 4/14/34. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

MOORE, BERKELEY W.: b.  7/30/44 at Charles Town. Clerk. enl. 5/4/61 at Harpers Ferry, Co. K as Pvt. To Sgt Maj., 2nd Va. Inf., 5/4/61. To Lt. 4/20/62. To Capt., date not given. Signs roll as commanding Co. 6/30-10/31 1862. Wded. slightly by shell at Fredericksburg, 12/13/62. Signs roll as commanding Co. Nov./Dec 1863-March/April 1864. Last official entry shows him present March/April, 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox d. 3/27/22 at Richmond bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

MOORE, CLEON: b. 11/24/40. Teacher. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co G as Pvt. To Corp 8/23/61. To Lt. Nov/Dec. 1862. Absent sick at hosp., 10/15/61 Present again Nov/Dec 186l Last official records state he was on duty with Provost Guard, 10/12/Nov. 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox. Postwar, lawyer d 12/26/14 bur. Edge Hill Charles Town, WVa.

MOORE, EDWIN L.: b 2/14/31. Banker enl. 4/18/61 Charles Town  Co G. Elected Capt. to succeed Capt. Botts 6/13/61. To Maj. 9/16/62. Signs roll as commanding 2nd Va. lnf., 10/31/62. Absent on detail as acting inspector, 1st Division, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Va., Nov/Dec. 1862-May/June 1863. Next official record lists him as AAG to Trimble’s Division, 1/6/64. No further record.  d.  12/11/81. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

MOORE, FONROSE M.: b.  1844? Student. enl. 6/14/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861.

MOORE, SAMUEL JOHNSTON CRAMER: b. 6/29/26 in Charles Town. Lawyer. m. Ellen Kownslar. enl. 4/18/61 at Berryville in Co. I as Lt. Elected Capt. 11/19/61. Last official entry shows him absent due to wound in thigh at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. Detailed as Judge Advocate, Army of Northern Va., 8/25/62. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 5/13-7/25 1863; hemorrhoid. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 5/9/64. To Front Royal, 6/27/64. Served as Ass’t. lnspector Gen., 2nd Corps, dates not given. Assigned as Adj. Gen. to Gen. Early and the Valley Army, 7/29/64 to Appomattox. Postwar, Clarke Co. lawyer and judge. d. 12/19/08. bur. Greenhill Cem. Berryville.

MOORE, WILLIAM H.: b.  10/29/41 in Jefferson Co. 5’8″. dark complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Laborer. Wded.  in leg at Port Republic, 6/9/62. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 6/20-8/13/1862. Trans. to C. S. Navy, 4/6/64. d.  2/25/10. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

MORNINGSTAR, SAMUEL: b.  1827 5′ 11 “. dark complexion, black eyes, dark hair. drafted 10/1/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. K as Pvt. AWOL since 10/12/62. Present again Nov/Dec. 1862. Absent on detail as teamster, 1/6/63. last official entry shows him still absent on detail as teamster, March/April 1864. Paroled 4/27/65 at Winchester.

MURPHY, SMITH: b.  1842. 5’7″. light complexion, black eyes, brown hair. Carpenter. enl. 6/14/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. To Sgt. 7/1/62. Wded. in thigh at 2nd Manassas, date not specific. last official entry shows him present, March/April 1864. Paroled 4/26/65 at Charles Town.

MYERS, SAMUEL B.: b. 6/27/41. 5’6″. sandy complexion, gray eyes, sandy hair. Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Absent sick at home 8/2/61-Sept/Oct. 1861. Present again Nov/Dec. 1861 and detailed as orderly to Col. Allen. Absent on detail as Post Master of 1st Division, 10/25/62-March/April 1863. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 6/9-7/6 1864; debility. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-10/31 1864. Paroled 4/24/65 at Winchester. d.  5/11/74. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

MYERS, GEORGE N.: b.  2/16/43. Student. enl. 6/14/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. MWIA at 1st Manassas. 7/21/61. d.  8/12/61 at Gen. Hosp. Culpeper Court House. bur. Edge Hill Cem. Charles Town, W.Va.

MYERS, JAMES W.: b. 1842? Printer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. To Sgt. Nov/Dec. 1862. Wded. at Cedar Run, 8/19/62. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville. 8/11/62. To Gen. Hosp. Lynchburg. 9/1/62. Present again by 10/31/62. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 3/2/65. Jackson Hosp., Richmond, 3/7/65; debility. Furloughed 3/9/65 for 30 days. No further record.

NICHOLS, FRANCIS M.: enl. 12/1/62 at Guinea’s Station in Co. A as Pvt. Stuart Hosp., Richmond, 7/6/64; diarrhea. Jackson Hosp., Richmond, 7/29/64. Furloughed 7/29/64 for 30 days. Last official entry shows him present for 10/31/64 muster and states he was detailed to division Ord. train. No further record.

NOLAND,  GEORGE WILLIAM: b.  1838. 5’7″. dark complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Painter. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. To Corp. 8/5/61. To Sgt. 9/1/62. To Pvt. 10/31/63. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 3/14/65. Paroled 4/22/65 at Winchester. d. before 1900 at Baltimore, Md.

NOLAND, JAMES HENRY: b.  12/7/34. Machinist. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. On duty at Col. Allen’s headquarters, Sept/Oct. 1861. Last official entry shows him absent sick in hosp., Nov/Dec. 1861. Unofficial source states he served in medical dept. Postwar, member of Turner Ashby Camp #22 at Winchester. d. 12/7/98. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

O’BANNON, GEORGE M.: b.  1844? Student. enl. 4/18/62 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. To Corp., Nov/Dec. 1863. Re-enlisted 4/18/62 in Co. I. AWOL Jan./Feb.  1864. Last official entry shows him present again, March/April 1864.

O’BANNON, HENRY C.: b. 1841? Miller. Residence Charles Town. enl. 6/14/61 at Charles Town in Co. A. Wded.  in forearm at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. POW at Charles Town, 11/10/62 (Ft. McHenry). Paroled 11/12/62. Present again Nov/Dec. 1862. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 1/6-1/8 1863; debility. Absent on detail to Gen. Ewell’s headquarters, 6/16/63. Present again July/Aug. 1863. Absent on detail as guard at hosp. in Staunton, 10/3/63. Last official entry shows him still on detail as guard at hosp· in Staunton. March/Aprll 1864. POW at Staunton, 9/26/64 (Pt. Lookout). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 5/12/65.

O’BANNON, JAMES H.: b. 1840? 5’8″. ruddy complexion, black eyes, dark hair, Printer. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Berryville in Co. I as Corp. To Lt. 9/2/61. To Capt. 9/2/62. Absent sick Sept/Oct. 1861. Present again Nov/Dec. 1861. Absent on furlough Jan/Feb. 1863. Present again March/April 1863. Absent sick Jan/Feb. 1864. Present again March/April 1864. POW at Snicker’S Gap, 7/25/64 (Old Capitol Prison, Ft. Delaware). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. 6/14/65.

O’BANNON, WILLIAM A.: b. 1843? 5’6″. dark complexion, brown eyes, dark hair. Butcher. enl. 6/14/61 at Charles Town in Co. A  of 2nd Va Inf. as Pvt. Last Infantry record shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1881. enl. 6/1/62 in Charles Town in Co. A of 12th Va Cav. POW in Jefferson Co., 12/4/63 Ft. Delaware, 3/4/64), Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Ft. Delaware, 6/19/65.

OSBOURN, ALEXANDER LINK: b. 11/1/44. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Trans. to Co. D, 12th Va. Cav. d. 1/19/11 at Shenandoah Jct. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va. NOTE ENTRY FROM 12TH VA CAV. OSBOURN (OSBORN) ALEXANDER LINK: b.  11/1/44. 5’8″. dark complexion. gray eyes, dark hair. Farmer in Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co, H of 2nd Va. Inf. as Pvt. enl. 4/19/62 at Shepherdstown in Co. D of 12th Va. Cav. as Pvt. Shown as 4th Corp, on Jan./Feb. 1864 roll. Present Sept./Oct. 1863-March/April 1864. POW at New Market 10/9/64 (Pt. Lookout 10/20/64), Oath of Allegiance to U.S. at Pt. Lookout 6/15/65. Postwar. resident of Shenandoah Junction in Jefferson Co. W.Va. Furnished rosters of Co. A and Co. D for McDonald’s Laurel Brigade book. d. 1/19/11 at Shenandoah Junction. Jefferson Co. W.Va. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown. W.Va

OSBOURN, JAMES S. ALLEN: Unofficial source shows him in Co. H. d. 9/29/01. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

PAINTER, JAMES H.: b. 1841? Laborer. enl. 5/11/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. G as Pvt. Wded in the thigh at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. Returned to regt. 10/1/61. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec· 1861. d. 1910. bur. Greenhill Cem., Stephens City. DIFFERENT FROM JAMES PAINTER LISTED IN THE 12TH VA CAVALRY.

PENDLETON, BENJAMIN S.: b. 3/28/42. Clerk. enl. 6/18/61 at Winchester in Co. B as Pvt. Absent on leave 10/31/62. Absent on detail as brig. orderly, 11/26/62-May/June 1863. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-10/31 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox. d. 1/19/31. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

PENDLETON, JAMES ALBERT: b.  5/8/44· Printer. enl. 6/9/61 at Camp Jackson on Bolivar Heights in Co. A as Pvt. POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62.  KIA at 2nd Manassas, 8/30/62. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

REDMAN, WILLIAM R.: Only record is a POW statement that lists him in Co. A as Lt. POW 1/7/65 at Baltimore: “Rebel officer and spy.” (Old Capitol Prison, Alexandria). “Alias Jackson Wallace. Alias Jerry Bissell.” No further record.

REED, JOHN J.: b. 1834? Lawyer. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. Discharged 10/12/61, reason not stated.

RICKARD, JAMES R.: b. 2/21/28. Residence Shepherdstown. enl. 6/20/63 near Sharpsburg, Md.  in Co. B as Musician. Last official entry shows him absent in hosp. at Lynchburg, 4/30-10/31 1864. Paroled 4/14/65 at Lynchburg. d. 8/26/09. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

RIDER, JOHN WILLIAM: b. 4/1/40. Teacher. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town Co. G as Pvt. Appears as Sgt. at 10/31/62 muster. Wded. in arm and chest at Harpers Ferry, 10/16/61. Wded. at 1st Winchester, 5/25/62. Gen. Hosp. Mt. Jackson, 6/1/62. Present again by 10/31/62. Detailed as Sgt. in charge of ambulances, May/June 1863-March/April 1864. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-10/3 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox. d.  12/31/23 at Halltown. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

RIGHTSTINE, ADAM: enl. 10/10/62 at Bunker Hill in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick 5/31/63. Last official entry shows him still absent sick, March/April 1864.

RISSLER, GEORGE L.: b. 10/11/27 in Frederick Co. 5′ 10 1/2″. florid complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. AWOL since 12/19/61. No further record.  d.  7/20/16. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

RISSLER, SAMUEL J. (or L.): b.  9/30/30. 5’9″. dark complexion, brown eyes, dark hair. drafted 12/4/62 at Guinea’s Station in Co. G as Pvt. Detailed as ambulance driver for 2nd Regt., 12/14/62-July, 1864. POW near Harpers Ferry, 7/2/64 (Old Capitol Prison, Elmira). Exchanged 3/10/65. Paroled 4/19/65 at Charles Town. d. 9/3/05. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

ROBERTSON, MYRTILLO STEPTOE BRENT: b.  5/29/26. Tailor. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Sgt. Absent on detail guarding baggage wagons, 10/7/61. Present again Nov/Dec. 1861. Detailed as commissary Sgt., 10/10/62. Last official entry shows him present and still on detail as commissary Sgt., 4/30-10/31/1864. Paroled at Farmville, date not specific. d.  2/16/86 at Charles Town, W.Va.

ROBINSON, FREDERICK M.: b.  1831? Tailor and postal worker in Charles Town. enl. 5/9/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. G as Pvt. AWOL since 12/27/61. Gen. Hosp. #13, Richmond, 10/31-11/15/1862; rheumatism. Gen. Hosp. Camp Winder, Richmond, 11/17-1/27 1862; acute diarrhea. Absent on detail with extra baggage, Jan/Feb.-May/June 1863. Absent on detail with Ord. train, May/June-8/6 1863. AWOL 2/11-3/20 1864. Chimborazo #5, 3/12/64; gonorrhea. To Chimborazo #2, 4/10/64. To Farmville, 5/5/64. To Chimborazo #4, 5/19-9/20 1864. Last official entry shows him present again by 10/31/64. POW (Rebel deserter) at Brandy Station, 4/6/65. Took oath and sent to New York City.

ROBINSON, JAMES B. : b. 3/27/37. Farmer. enl. 5/15/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. H as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861. d. 6/22/85. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

RONEMOUS, LEWIS: b.  1826? Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861.

RONEMOUS, WILLIAM: b. 1817? Farmer. enl. at Duffields in Co. H, date not given. Listed AWOL at both 6/30 and 8/31/1861 musters. No further record.

ROWAN, JOHN W.: b. 8/3/10. 5’10”. dark complexion, blue eyes, black hair. Mason. Capt. of Co. K, 2nd Battalion, Va. Regt. U.S. Army, Mexican War. Capt. of Jefferson Guards, a pre-war militia Co. from Jefferson Co., since May, 1858. To Capt. of Co. A, 2nd Va. Inf., 5/3/61. Wded. in the ankle at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. Still absent at home in Charles Town, Nov/Dec. 1861. Absent sick at Charles Town since 9/15/62, “complaining of wound received at Manassas.” Present again Jan/Feb. 1863. Retired to Invalid Corps, 4/26/64 because of wound. Assigned to Staunton where he assisted Provost Marshal. Paroled 4/30/65 at Staunton. d.  12/24/72. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

RUST, HENRY D.: b. 1833? Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Sgt. To Pvt. 7/1/62. Wded. in arm and foot at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. At hosp. in Lynchburg since 11/20/62. Gen. Hosp. Liberty, 12/13/62. Present again Sept/Oct. 1863. Wded. in hand and thumb at Payne’s Farm, 11/27/63. Last official entry shows him still absent from wound, March/April 1864. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

RUST, THOMAS G.: b. 1839. 5’4″. dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Carpenter. Residence Harpers Ferry. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 5/20/65. d. 1908. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

RUTHERFORD, GERARD DAVID: b. 1841? 5’8″. dark complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. Farmer. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Absent sick at home in Jefferson Co., Nov/Dec. 1861. Last official entry says he deserted, 5/31/62. When captured at Petersburg, however, he is listed in Co. D, 12th Va. Cav. POW at Petersburg, 10/29/62 (Wheeling, Camp Chase). Exchanged 12/2/62. No further record.  Listing with Co. D 12th Va not reflected in 12th Rosters in  Frye’s book

RUTHERFORD, JOHN A.: b.  1843? Carpenter. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov./Dec. 1861.

RUTHERFORD, THOMAS W.: b.  1838? Laborer. enl. 4/20/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Wded. in arm at 2nd Manassas, 8/28/62. Absent sick at home Nov/Dec. 1862-Nov/Dec. 1863. AWOL 2/1/64. No further record.

SAPPINGTON, GEORGE W.: b. 1827? Laborer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. To Corp. Aug. 1861. To Sgt. 11/22/61. To Lt. 4/20/62. Wded.  at Kernstown, 3/23/62 and still absent from wounds at 10/31/62 muster. Dismissed from C.S.A. service, 12/16/62; reason not stated.

SADLER, JOHN N.: b. 11/26/29. enl. 6/11/62? at Winchester in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick, captured at Charles Town, and paroled by 10/31/62. Absent sick at Staunton hosp., Jan/Feb-5/24/63. Gen. Hosp. Staunton, Jan./Feb-5/24/63; typhoid fever. Gen. Hosp. Staunton, 4/13/63; phthisis. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 8/5/63; pneumonia. To Lynchburg, 9/21/63. Returned from sick leave, 10/3/63. Wded.  in neck at Payne’s Farm, 11/27/63. Chimborazo #3, 11/30/63. To Staunton, 12/8/63. Listed as unfit for active service, Sept/Oct. 1864. On “duty” at Gen. Hosp. #9, Richmond, 11/23/65. No further record.  d. 1/18/95. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

SADLER, LEONARD L.: b. 4/16/32. Merchant. enl. 6/14/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Last official entry shows him absent sick, Nov/Dec. 1862. No further record.  d. 9/22/98. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

SANBORN, JOHN J.: b. 1841? Teacher. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Lost one bayonet sometime before 6/30/61. Fined $11.00 by court·martial, 8/15/61; reason not stated.  Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861.

SCARLET, JOHN W.: enl. 9/4/61 at Charles Town in Co. K as Pvt. AWOL Nov/Dec. 1861. No further record.

SCOTT, MICHAEL: b. 1838? enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. K as Pvt. Deserted 9/20/61.

SELDON (SELDEN), JOHN: b.  2/24/22 in Loudoun Co. 6’0″. florid complexion, blue eyes, light brown hair. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick since 8/1/61. Discharged 12/5/61, “unfit for duty.” d.  1/8/96. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

SHARFF, JACOB K.: b.  3/2/24. Laborer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Detailed as cook with surgeon, Nov/Dec. 1862. Surrendered at Appomattox. d. 3/1/11. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, W.Va.

SHEETZ, DANIEL W.: drafted 4/14/62 at Rude’s Hill in Co. K as Pvt. Absent sick and sent to hosp., 8/11/62. Still absent sick in hosp., May/June 1863. Listed as AWOL, July/Aug. 1863. Last official entry still shows him AWOL, March/April 1864. No further record.

SHEETZ, WILLIAM L.: drafted 4/14/62 at Rude’s Hill in Co. K as Pvt. Absent sick 5/2/62-4/5/63. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). d. 2/12/65 at Elmira; chronic diarrhea. bur. Woodlawn Nat. Cem., Elmira N.Y., grave #2018.

SHEETZ, WILLIAM W.: enl. 4/8/62 at Rude’s Hill in Co. G as Pvt. Deserted from Winchester 5/24/62. Recovered from desertion 9/8/63. Sentenced by court-martlal to 1 year’s hard labor. Sentence remitted by order of Gen. Lee. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-10/31 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox.

SHEPHERD, ABRAHAM S.: b. 3/21/36. Farmer. enl. 5/22/61 at Camp Jackson in Co. A. Discharged 6/6/61 “on account of being a captain in the 55th Regiment militia in Jefferson County and being ordered on duty by Col. John T. Gibson, commanding said regiment of militia,” Unofficial source shows him also in Co. F, 17th Va. Cav. Wded.  at 3rd Winchester, 9/19/64. d.  11/5/07. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

SHEPHERD, EDWARD CLARENCE: b.  1836? 5’8″. light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. grad.  V.M.I. enl. 10/22/61 at Centerville as Pvt. Elected Lt. 4/18/62. Court-martialed for cowardice at 2nd Manassas, 10/28/62, and cashiered from the service. Went home to Jefferson Co. after the sentence. When Confederates approached his home in June 1863, he went to Baltimore. Arrested at Baltimore, 6/29/63 (Ft. McHenry, Ft. Delaware, Johnson’s Island). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 5/19/65. Postwar, mathematics professor at Frederick, Md.  College. d.  8/29/07 at Frederick, Md.

SHEPHERD, H. SMITH: b. 1838? Clerk. enl. 6/18/61 at Winchester in Co. B as Pvt. Detailed to attend to sick in hosp. at Gettysburg, 7/4/63. POW at Gettysburg, 7/3/63 (sic) (U.S. Gen. Hosp., West Buildings, Baltimore; debility). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 3/16/65.

SHEPHERD, ALEXANDER H.: b. 1831. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. d.  9/25 or 9/26/1861 at hosp. at Camp Harman; typhoid fever. bur. Shepherd Burial Ground, Shepherdstown, W.Va.

SHIRLEY, JOHN J.: b.  2/1/31. Laborer. enl. 4/21/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. AWOL 7/3-10/15 1861. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861. d. 7/24/96. bur. Uvilla Methodist Cem., Uvilla, W.Va.

SIMPSON, FRANK A.: b.  10/26/41. enl. 7/17/61 in Co. A as Pvt. location not stated.  To Corp. 8/1/61. Wded. at Port Republic, 6/9/62. Present before 10/31/62 muster. Absent on detached service March/April 1863; duty not stated.  Present again May/June 1863. Last official entry shows him present, March/April 1864. No further record. d. 9/18/71. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

SKINNER, WILLIS: b. 1843? Laborer. enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. K as Pvt. To Corp., date not given. Absent sick at hosp. at Camp Harman, July/Aug. 1861. Present again Sept/Oct. 1861.  KIA  at Chancellorsville, 5/3/63.

SMALL, JAMES M. (or N.): b.  1844? 5’4″; dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. enl. 9/16/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. POW at Newtown, 7/28/63 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 3/10/65. Paroled 4/18/65 at Charles Town.

SMITH, CONRAD C.: b. 4/5/24. Unofficial source lists him in Co. B.  d. 3/14/86. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

SMITH, DANIEL C. (or L.): b. 1836. Carpenter. enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. K as Pvt. To Sgt. 3/1/64. Last official entry shows him present, March/April 1864. No further record.  d.  2/24/80. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

SMITH, GEORGE W.: b. 3/16/33. enl. 11/1/62 at Camp Allen in Co. A as Pvt. Deserted 6/22/62. POW (Rebel deserter), 7/31/63; location of capture not stated.  Oath of Allegiance to U.S., date not given. d. 4/12/04. bur. Episcopal and Masonic Cem., Middleway, W.Va.

SNYDER, HENRY M.: b. 6/7/36. Farmer. enl. 5/1/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. H as Pvt. Wded.  in thigh at 1st Manassas, 7/21/61. Last official entry shows him still absent from wound, Nov./Dec. 1861. d. 11/11/64. bur Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

SNYDER, JOHN: b. 1822. enl. 10/23/61 at Centerville in Co. B as Pvt. Present for muster 12/31/62 through April 30, 1864. Next record shows him wded. in right testicle and thigh at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (U S. Gen. Hosp., Alexandria; wounded). d. 5/1 or 6/1 1864 at U.S. Gen. Hosp., Alexandria; from wounds. bur. Elmwood Cem. Shepherdstown, W.Va.

SPOTTS, JOSEPH B.: b. 1843? Student. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. To Corp. Aug. 1861 To Pvt. 11/25/61 for “bad conduct.” Detailed in QM’s Dept., 7/1/62. Present again Jan/Feb. 1863. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt Lookout). d.  6/4/64 at Pt. Lookout, cause not stated.

STEWART, CHARLES H.: b.  1832? Clerk. enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. K as Lt. To Capt 4/20/62. To Maj. 4/21/64. Signs rolls as commanding the regt. Nov/Dec. 1863-March/April 1864. Paroled 4/19/65 at Mt. Jackson. d.  10/18/66. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

STONEBRAKER, A.S.: Apptd. 6/19/61 Regt QM. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861. Next official record says he was reassigned, 9/15/64; nature of reassignment not stated.  No further record.

STRAITH, JOHN ALEXANDER: b.  1/26/35. Physician. Apptd. Asst Surg., 2nd Va. Inf., 5/17/61. Last official entry shows him present, Nov/Dec. 1861. No further record.  d. 1/4/72. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

STRIDER, JOHN S.: b. 1837? Farmer. enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. K as Pvt. Absent sick July/Aug. 1861. Present again Sept/Oct 1861. d.  12/18/61, cause not stated.

STURDY, JOHN W.: b. 1840? Armorer. enl. 4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. K as Pvt Discharged 8/14/61 and detailed to C. S. Carbine Factory in Richmond to make arms. POW 5/6/65 at Athens, Georgia. Paroled 5/25/65 at Harpers Ferry.

SUDDITH, GEORGE E.: b.  1841? Machinist. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov./Dec. 1861.

TABB, CHARLES W. M.: b. 5 October 1844, served as a private in Company G of the 2nd Virginia Infantry, Confederate State Army. enlisted 28 May 1862, at Winchester, Virginia. Wounded at the Battle of Fredericksburg on 31 December, 1862. He was mortally wounded in action in the thigh at Paynes Farm on 27 Nov 1863, and died in the Confederate hospital at Gordonsville, VA., on 15 February 1864. He is uried in the military Cemetary at Stanton, Virginia.

TAPSCOTT, SAMUEL B.: b. 1837? 5’7″. dark complexion, black eyes, black hair, brown whiskers. Clerk. enl. 4/30/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. AWOL May/June-July/Aug. 1861. Present again Sept/Oct. 1861 Absent sick March/April 1862. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 9/4-9/16 1862; wounded (probably wded. at 2nd Manassas. although his entries state he was AWOL since 7/1/62, so there is a possibiity that he was wded. at Malvern Hill and turned up missing as a result). POW at Strasburg, 2/13/63 (Wheeling, Camp Chase). Exchanged 3/28/63. Present again March/April 1863. Gen. Hosp. #13, Richmond, 6/16/63; acute diarrhea Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville. 7/24-8/4 1863; debility. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira) . Exchanged 10/29/64. No further record. “The Virginia Free Press” 9 Nov. 1865: “Samuel Tapscott died March 23rd 1865 at Fortress Monroe, aged 28.”

TAYLOR, JOHN W.: b. 3/31/42. 5’5’/2 “. light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 11/22/61 at Camp Stephenson in Co. B as Pvt. To Corp. 4/18/62. To Sgt. 8/1/62. Absent on furlough, Jan-Feb. 1862. Absent sick March/April 1862. Present again 4/30-10/31 1862. Gen. Hosp. Danville, June 1864; wounded neck. Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, 9/26/64; wounded neck. To Lynchburg 9/28/64. Last official entry shows him present again by 10/31/64 muster POW at Ft. Steadman near Petersburg, 3/25/65 (Pt. Lookout). Oath of Allegiance to U.S. 6/11/65. d. 12/11/05. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

TAYLOR, LEMUEL T.: b. 1825. Wagon maker. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Corp. To Sgt. 8/17/61. POW at Kernstown, 3/23/62 (Ft. Delaware). Exchanged 8/5/62. AWOL since 8/5/62 and dropped from the roll, Nov/Dec. 1862. No further record until 10/3/64 when he is shown in Gen. Hosp. #9, Richmond.  To Gen. Hosp. #5, Richmond.  10/8/64. chronic diarrhea. d. 1/12/64 at Gen. Hosp. #5, Richmond.

TIMBERLAKE. BENJAMIN T.: b.  1839? Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick 8/8-9/2 1861. POW at Salem Church, 5/20/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 2/9/65. Paroled at Harpers Ferry, 3/24/65 (sic).

TOWNER, HARRIS T. “The Virginia Free Press” 9 Nov. 1865: “T. Harris Towner, wounded a Kernstown, 23rd  of March, 1862 and died the 25th at Winchester aged about 40.” (2nd husband of Laura Morgan Parran of Shepherdstown).

WALTERS, JOSEPH W.: b. 9/8/34. Laborer. Residence Augusta Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick since 6/24/63. Detailed to wait on sick at Gettysburg. POW at Gettysburg, 7/3/63 (Ft. McHenry, Ft. Delaware, Pt. Lookout). Exchanged 9/30/64. Furloughed from Chimborazo #1, 10/10/64, length of furlough not stated.  No further record.  d. 11/23/68. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

WASHINGTON, RICHARD BLACKBURN: b. 11/12/22. Attd. V.M.I., 1843. Farmer. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick since 8/20/61. Discharged 10/14/61, reason not stated.  Postwar, farmer at Charles Town.  d. 10/15/10. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

WATSON, SAMUEL: b. 1839? Weaver. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Absent on 30-day detail for manufacturing duty, 10/13/61. Absent on special duty, Nov/Dec. 1861; “time unllmited·” Type of duty not specified.  No further record.

WATSON, WILLIAM: b. 1842? Weaver. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. G as Pvt. Absent on 30-day detail for manufacturlng duty, 10/13/61. Absent on special duty, Nov/Dec. 1861; “time unlimited. ” Type of duty not specified.  No further record.

WHITE, BENJAMIN S.: b. 9/28/42. Student. enl. 4/26/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. G as Pvt. To Sgt., date not given. Absent sick 10/28-10/31 1862.  KIA  at Chancellorsville, 5/3/63. bur. Zion Episcopal Cem., Charles Town, W.Va

WHITTINGTON, GEORGE W.: b.  1843? Blacksmith. enl. 4/18/61 at Berryville in Co. I as Pvt. Absent sick in hosp., July/Aug. 1861. Present again Sept/Oct. 1861. AWOL since 12/27/61. AWOL since 5/30/62, and dropped from the roll. No further record.  d.  1/1/24 in Clarke Co.

WHITTINGTON, JAMES: b. 1843? Laborer. enl. 5/14/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. H as Pvt. AWOL 31 days, July/Aug. 1861, and fined $11.00 for absence by court-martial. Absent sick, Nov/Dec. 1861. No further record.  Later appears on rolls of Co. B 12th Va. Cav. d.  10/28/01. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

WHITTINGTON, JOHN N.: b. 1840? Painter. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 4/18/61 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. To Corp. 9/1/62. To Sgt. 10/31/63. POW at Woodstock, 6/2/62. Exchanged 8/5/62. POW at Fisher’s Hill. 9/22/64 (Pt. Lookout). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 5/14/65. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

WHITTINGTON, CORNELIUS: b. 1838? 5’10”. light complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Laborer. enl. 4/21/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Absent on detached service under Asst. AM, July/Aug. 1863-March/April 1864. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-12/31 1864. Paroled 4/21/65 at Winchester.

WILLINGHAM, GEORGE W.: b. 1838? 5’9″. dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark brown hair. Carpenter. Residence Jefferson Co. enl. 6/16/61 at Winchester in Co. I as Pvt. AWOL 8/4-8/13 1861. Fined $5.00 for absence by court-martial. Absent sick Sept/Oct.-Nov/Dec. 1861. AWOL 3/17-5/28 1862. POW at High Bridge, 4/6/65 (City Point). Oath of Allegiance to U.S., 6/22/65.

WILTSHIRE, JAMES B.: b. 1842? Farmer. enl. 6/12/61 at Camp Jackson on Bolivar Heights in Co. G as Pvt. Absent sick, Nov./Dec. 1861. No further record.

WINTERMOYER, JACOB: b. 10/28/31. Painter. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Pvt. Absent sick 6/18/63-Jan. 1864. Deserted 2/1/64. d. 8/27/09. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

WINTERMOYER, JOHN: b. 1827? Laborer. enl. 4/21/61 at Duffields in Co. H as Pvt. Last official entry shows him present, Nov./Dec. 1861. Exchanged POW, 8/5/62. Where and when captured not stated. No further record. 2/28/09. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

WINTERMOYER, THOMAS H.: b.  1834? 5’8″. light complexion, gray eyes, dark hair. Shoemaker. enl. 4/23/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt. To Sgt. 12/1/62. Exchanged POW, 8/5/62. Where and when captured not stated.  POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 10/29/64. Next record shows him in hosp. in Macon, Georgia, 11/15/64; diarrhea. Paroled 4/21/65 at Winchester.

WRITT, GEORGE W.: b. 1//25/41. Farmhand.  enl. 4/29/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. I as Pvt. AWOL 7/27-7/31 1861. AWOL 11/25-11/30 1861. Deserted 1/24/64. d.  2/21/01 at Rippon, W.Va. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

YONTZ, GEORGE W.: b. 1842 Shoemaker. enl.4/20/61 at Harpers Ferry in Co. B as Pvt To Corp. 8/1/62. Wded. at 2nd Manassas. date not specific. Present at 10/31/62 muster. Detailed in band, 6/20/63. Trans. to 2nd Regt Band, Jan/Feb. 1864. Last official entry shows him present, 4/30-10/13 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox.

YONTZ, JOSEPH E.: enl. 2/18/62 at Winchester in Co. B as Pvt. To Corp 10/1/64. Surrendered at Appomattox. bur. Elmwood Cem., Shepherdstown, W.Va.

YOUNG, THOMAS B.: b. 3/5/38. Butcher. enl. 4/18/6 at Charles Town in Co. A as Pvt. To Sgt. 7/1/62. To Pvt 10/31/63. Fined $11.00 for AWOL by court-martial, July/Aug. 1861. Absent on detached service in Valley of Virginia, 1/1/63; duty not stated. Present again May/June 1863. Charged $.50 for wasting 10 rounds of ammunition, Jan/Feb. 1864. POW at Spotsylvania, 5/12/64 (Pt. Lookout, Elmira). Exchanged 3/2/65. Jackson Hosp., Richmond, 3/7/65; debility. Furloughed 3/8/65 for 30 days. No further record.  d. 11/13/90. bur. Edge Hill Cem., Charles Town, W.Va.

ZITTLE, JOHN H.: b. 1835? Printer. enl. 4/18/61 at Halltown in Co. B as Lt. Last official entry shows him present, Jan/Feb. 1862. Dropped from the Register of Commissioned Officers, 5/18/62; reason not stated.