North Carolina in the American Civil War

North Carolina's Officers Assigned to the CSA - The Lieutenants
Name County From Regiment Company Commissioned Rank Known Captain(s) Known Probable Battles / Skirmishes Comments
Abernathy, Hiram W. Lincoln 34th NC Regiment Company E
Shady Grove Rangers
September 11, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. John F. Hill

Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 18, 1862. Later, appointed Lt. Colonel, but resigned almost immediately. Rejoined the regiment as Captain of Company A on June 6, 1863.
Abernathy, John A. Cleveland 28th NC Regiment Company H
Cleveland Regulators
August 2, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Gold G. Holland Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown Was a Private and a Hospital Steward. Died on October 8, 1862, details not provided.
Abernathy, John N. Mecklenburg 34th NC Regiment Company G
Mecklenburg Boys
September 8, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. George M. Norment Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (killed) Was a Private, a Musician, and a Sergeant. KIA on July 1, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Abernathy, John R.  Iredell 19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company B November 20, 1864 2nd Lieutenant [no captain] Stony Creek Raid, Boydton Plank Road, Five Forks, 3rd Petersburg, Namonize Church, Amelia Court House, Appomattox Court House Was a Private.
Abernathy, Sidney S. Wake 30th NC Regiment Company D August 10, 1861,
September 27, 1862,
April 12, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Eugene Grissom,
"    "
Capt. Charles N. Allen
Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville (POW) Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 1, 1862. Then enlisted as a Private in Company I of the 55th NC Regiment. Elected as 2nd Lieutenant back in this company, then promoted to 1st Lieutenant. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Fort Pulaski, GA, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Abernathy, Thomas W. Lincoln 34th NC Regiment Company E
Shady Grove Rangers
June 27, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John F. Hill Gaines's Mill (wounded) Was a Private and a Corporal. Absent wounded from June 27, 1862 to unspecified date. Died at a private house in Virginia, on November 6, 1862, of disease.
Abrams, Cader Washington 7th NC Volunteers Company G
Hamilton Guards
May 10, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Lycurgus L. Clements Hatteras Inlet Batteries (POW) POW at Fort Columbus, NY, then Fort Warren, MA. Exchanged on February 20, 1862. Company was mustered out of service on March 20, 1862.
Ackerman, Charles T. New Hanover 18th NC Regiment Company A
German Volunteers
October 12, 1862,
January 23, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas W. Brown, Jr.,
Capt. Benjamin F. Rinaldi
Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded) Was a Private and a Sergeant. Resigned on May 20, 1863 due to personal reasons.
Adams, Edwin Harnett Independent Company,

Independent Company,

8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Hockaday's Company-Senior Reserves,

Williams's Company-Senior Reserves,

Company I
August 10, 1864,

October 1, 1864,

December 22, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. James Hockaday,

Capt. Isaac S. Williams,

Capt. Isaac S. Williams
1st Fort Fisher, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to the 8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 22, 1864.
Adams, Eli M. Union 35th NC Regiment Company F
Redwine Beauregards
October 6, 1862 2nd Lieutenant [no captain] Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Boon's Mill, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth (mortally wounded) Was a Sergeant. Died on May 10, 1864 from wounds received at the battle of 2nd Plymouth, NC.
Adams, James T. Lincoln 49th NC Regiment Company K
Pleasant Home Guards
February 1, 1863,
June 18, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Peter Z. Baxter,
Capt. George L. Phifer
2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bottom's Bridge, Boon's Mill, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg, Avery's Farm, The Crater Was a Private. Wounded on July 6, 1864 during the Siege of Petersburg, leg amputated. Promoted to Captain while recuperating.
Adams, James Theophilus Wake 26th NC Regiment Company D
Wake Guards
May 29, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Oscar R. Rand Bogue Island, 1st New Bern Promoted to Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel.
Adams, Jesse New Hanover 3rd NC Regiment Company D 2nd Lieutenant Promoted from the ranks.
Adams, John Quincy Beaufort Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves,

2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company I August 27, 1864,

December 7, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. William S. Flynn Stony Creek Raid,  then killed at either
2nd Kinston or Bentonville
Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves was assigned to the 2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves on December 7, 1864. United Daughters of the Confederacy asserts he was killed in battle after January 16, 1865.
Adams, Samuel F. Jr. Rockingham 45th NC Regiment Company E
Troublesome Boys
March 1, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. James A. Hopkins Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Captured in ambulance train leaving Gettysburg. POW at Gettysburg Hospital, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, exchanged on March 6, 1864. Promoted to Captain.
Adams, Samuel H. McDowell 12th NC Volunteers Company B
McDowell Rifles
June 6, 1861,
May 27, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James M. Neal Seven Pines (killed) Was a Private. KIA on May 31, 1861 at the battle of Seven Pines, VA.
Adams, William Guilford 27th NC Regiment Company B
Guilford Grays
April 20, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. John Sloan Promoted to Captain.
Adams, William H. Surry 11th NC Volunteers Company H
Mountain Tigers
June 5, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James R. Waugh 1st Manassas Died on August 22, 1861 of disease.
Adams, William M. Johnston 50th NC Regiment Company D December 20, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Henry J. Ryals Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Street's Ferry Was a Corporal. September 30, 1864, granted a 30-day sick leave furlough. No further records. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Bennett House, NC.
Adams, Zachariah T. Beaufort Independent Company

36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
Jones' Light Artillery

2nd Company G
Kennedy Artillery
September 23, 1861,


March 17, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Charles P. Jones This unit was assigned to the 36th NC Regiment (2nd Artillery) on March 17, 1862 after the 1st Company G was re-assigned to an Infantry Battalion. Capt. Jones resigned on April 21, 1862, and Z.T. Adams was promoted to Captain.
Addington, William Montreville Macon 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company K
Nantahala Rangers
April, 15, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Thaddeus P. Siler Vienna, Dranesville, Willis's Church, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing Was Assistant QM. Promoted to Captain.
Aderholdt, John Catawba Williams' Battalion /
1st NC Battalion Infantry,

32nd NC Regiment
Company F,


Company F
August 14, 1861,


March 17, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. John Ray Company began as Williams' Battalion on September 26, 1861, which evolved into the 1st NC Battalion Infantry on November 29, 1861. Then merged into the 32nd NC Regiment on March 17, 1862. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 1, 1862.
Adkins, David W. Yancey 29th NC Regiment Company G May 2, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Ezekiel H. Hampton Tazewell, Baptist Gap, 2nd Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Atlanta Campaign, New Hope Church, Pickett's Mill, Marietta, Latimer's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Smyrna, Peachtree Creek, Ezra Church Was a Sergeant. Dropped from the rolls on September 2, 1864.
Adkins, James F. Hertford 1st NC Regiment Company F
Hertford Greys
January 3, 1863,
October 14, 1863
2nd Lieutenant.
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Jarrett N. Harrell,
Capt. Thomas D. Boone
Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Payne's Farm Was a Sergeant. Richmond Hospital on April 17, 1864. Resigned on January 16, 1865 due to ill health.
Adkins, Wilson Yancey 29th NC Regiment Company G July 26, 1861,
May 2, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Melchisadic Chandler
Capt. Ezekiel H. Hampton
1st Cumberland Gap, Tazewell, Baptist Gap, 2nd Murfreesboro, Chickamauga Dropped from the rolls on February 17, 1864.
Agostini, Pasqual P. New Hanover 7th NC Regiment Company C March 17, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James L. McKeithan Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from July 3, 1863 until April 30, 1863, when he resigned due to his wounds.
Ahern, James J. Cumberland 2nd NC Battalion - Local Defense Company E December 4, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Martin V. B. Talley Was a Sergeant. Present through December 1864, no further records.
Aiken, Robert A. [TN] Walker's Battalion-Thomas's Legion Company H March 5, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. Garner N. Laudermilk Strawberry Plains, Limestone Station, 1st Carter's Depot, Blue Springs, Henderson's Mill Was a Private in Company B. Promoted to Captain. aka Robert A. Akin.
Albertson, Elbert J. Wayne 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
1st Company I
Herring Artillery
November 10, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William A. Holland Was a Sergeant. Died in 1862 at Smithville, NC of Yellow Fever.
Albright, Andrew Jackson Alamance 53rd NC Regiment Company F April 30, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. George M.G. Albright Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown Promoted to Captain.
Albright, George Nicholas Alamance 6th NC Regiment Company F November 27, 1861,
July 15, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Robert N. Carter,
Capt. Benjamin F. White
Barhamsville, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, 1st Rappahannock Station, Thoroughfare Gap, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg (wounded), Chancellorsville, Salem Church, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station (POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Albright, Henry A. Alamance 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company C
Charlotte Artillery
May 6, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph Graham Gettysburg, Bristoe Station, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Farmville Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Albright, Henry Clay Chatham 26th NC Regiment Company G
Chatham Boys
June 10, 1861,
November 22, 1861
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William S. McLean Bogue Island, 1st New Bern, Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill Promoted to Captain.
Albright, John Gibbs Alamance Independent Company,

Barnett's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Bradshaw's Company-Senior Reserves

Company A,

Company A
June 13, 1864,

late-August, 1864,

November 28, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. William S. Bradshaw Coosawhatchie, Siege of Savannah, Tuliffiny Iron Works, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. James A. Barnett's Battalion-Senior Reserves in late-August, 1864, then re-assigned to the 7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on November 28, 1864. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Albright, Samuel A. Alamance 53rd NC Regiment Company F September 20, 1862,
July 16, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. George G.M. Albright,
Capt. Andrew J. Albright
Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (wounded), Manassas Gap, Jeffersonton, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (killed) Was a Private in Company E of the 1st NC Regiment. Richmond Hospital on July 13, 1863, back on active duty July 20, 1863. KIA on May 13, 1864 at the battle of Spotsylvania, VA.
Albritton, James Henry Greene 3rd NC Regiment Company A
Greene County Riflemen
May 16, 1861,
January 16, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Robert H. Drysdale Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill (wounded) Promoted to Captain.
Alderman, Lewis T. New Hanover 18th NC Regiment Company E January 13, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John Moore Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Jack's Shop, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 1st Weldon Railroad, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station Was a Private and a Sergeant. Died on September 16, 1864, from wounds received an unspecified location. Probably 2nd Reams Station, VA.
Aldridge, John W. Lenoir 1st NC Battalion - Local Defense,

67th NC Regiment
Company B November 28, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Stephen G. Barrington Potter's Raid, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Sinking of the C.S.S. Albemarle, Poplar Point, Fort Branch, 2nd Kinston, Cox's Bridge Was a Sergeant in 1st Company I of the 10th NC Regiment (1st Artillery), then a Sergeant in this unit. The 1st NC Battalion-Local Defense was redesignated as the 67th NC Regiment on January 18, 1864. Reported absent sick with leave on June 30, 1864, no further records. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Alexander, Abdon Mecklenburg 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company C
Charlotte Artillery
May 1, 1862,
June 27, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas H. Brem,
Capt. Joseph Graham
Hanover Court House, Malvern Hill, 2nd Washington, Gettysburg, Bristoe Station, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Sent home due to his wounds at Cold Harbor, where he remained to the end of the war.
Alexander, Abner Martin 61st NC Regiment Company H
Hill Guards
June 9, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John D. Biggs, Sr. Was a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Cold Harbor, VA. Promoted to 3rd Lieutenant while recuperating, returned to the Company in mid-October 1864. Applied for retirement due to his wound, no further records. Assumed he was not on active duty as a Lieutenant.
Alexander, Brooks Stanly 42nd NC Regiment Company H March 25, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Jackson M. Hartsell Resigned on June 30, 1862. Later in CSA Navy.
Alexander, Charles W. Mecklenburg 1st NC Volunteers,


11th NC Regiment,
"
Company C
Charlotte Grays,

Company A,
"
April 25, 1861,

February 1, 1862,
May 6, 1862
Jr. 2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Egbert  A. Ross
"

Capt. William L. Hand
Big Bethel Church, White Hall, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Station, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg Retired to the NC Invalid Corps on July 15, 1864. Paroled on May 16, 1865 at Charlotte, NC
Alexander, Claudius A. Iredell 4th NC Regiment Company C November 18, 1861,
June 19, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John B. Andrews Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg Was a Private and a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Alexander, Ephraim M. Alexander Independent Company,

Stowe's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Oxford's Company-Senior Reserves

Company F,

Company D
July 19, 1864,

August 15, 1864,

December 5, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Elisha C. Oxford This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. George C. Stowe's Battalion-Senior Reserves on August 15, 1864, then re-assigned to the 5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 5, 1864. Resigned on December 18, 1864 because he was on the Board of Wardens of the Poor for Alexander County and also Constable for the Militia District of Alexander County; accepted on January 30, 1865.
Alexander, Erasmus B. Buncombe 6th NC Volunteers,


29th NC Regiment
Company F,

Company C
Bold Mountain Tigers
May 7, 1861,

August 1, 1863,
September 23, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Patrick H. Thrash,


Capt. John W. Gudger
Chickamauga, Atlanta Campaign, New Hope Church, Pickett's Mill, Marietta, Latimer's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Smyrna, Peachtree Creek, Ezra Church, Allatoona (killed) Not re-elected when the 6th NC Volunteers re-organized on April 26, 1862. Later, in 29th NC Regiment, first as a Private, then 2nd Lieutenant and 1st Lieutenant. KIA on October 5, 1864 at the battle of Allatoona, GA.
Alexander, James Francis Mecklenburg 11th NC Regiment Company E December 14, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William J. Kerr Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, Five Forks, 3rd Petersburg (POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Alexander, Jesse Thompson Wilkes 55th NC Regiment Company B April 10, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John T. Peden Wilderness, Spotsylvania (POW) Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant in Company B of the 1st NC Regiment. Captured while still serving in 1st NC Regiment, before transfer complete. POW at Elmira, NY, exchanged at James River, VA on March 10, 1865. Not with the regiment when it was surrrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Alexander, John G. Mecklenburg 35th NC Regiment Company H
Mecklenburg Farmers
July 1, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Hugh M. Dixon
(POW)
Siege of Petersburg, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Hare's Hill, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks (POW) Was a Private. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on june 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Alexander, John M. W. Cabarrus 7th NC Regiment Company H May 16, 1861,
June 30, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James G. Harris 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days's Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded), Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor (wounded) Richmond Hospital on June 1, 1864, absent wounded through January 28, 1865. Not reported with the regiment when it surrendered on April 26, 1865.
Alexander, John Marion Cabarrus 52nd NC Regiment Company A
Cabarrus Riflemen
April 28, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. George A. Propst Promoted to Captain.
Alexander, John Milton Cabarrus 7th NC Regiment Company H May 16, 1861,
June 30, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James G. Harris 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days's Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm (mortally wounded) Died at Richmond Hospital on July 5, 1862 from wounds received at the battle of Frayser's Farm.
Alexander, Joseph C. Rutheford 16th NC Regiment CompanY G July 26, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Lawson P. Erwin Barnett's Ford, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Fort Harrison, Jones's Farm, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Boydton Plank Road, 3rd Petersburg (POW) Was a Private and a Sergeant, and wounded at Seven Pines, and at Sharpsburg. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Alexander, Julius J. Mecklenburg 43rd NC Regiment Company B
Union Farmers
February 12, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Robert P. Waring Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (mortally wounded) Captured in ambulance train on July 5, 1863. POW at Gettysburg Hospital, where he died on July 15, 1863 of his wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Alexander, L. Dowe Buncombe 16th NC Regiment Company F August 2, 1862 3rd Lieuteanant Capt. Alexander M. Jones Cedar Run, 2nd Manassas (wounded), Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Barnett's Ford, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm Was a Private. Absent wounded from August 29, 1862 through February 1863.  Died on February 10, 1864 of disease, location not provided.
Alexander, Lewis Yancey 29th NC Regiment Company G March 8, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Melchisadic Chandler 1st Cumberland Gap Was a Drummer. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 2, 1862.
Alexander, Marshal E. Mecklenburg 53rd NC Regiment Company B June 12, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph H. White Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (wounded) Earlier, a Private in Company B of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment), then a Sergeant in this Company. Capture on July 5, 1863 in ambulance train leaving Gettysburg, PA. POW at David's Island, NY, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Alexander, Richard B. Mecklenburg 11th NC Regiment Company A October 11, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William L. Hand Burgess' Mill, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, Five Forks, 3rd Petersburg (POW) Was a Sergeant, and wounded at Gettysburg, PA. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Alexander, Samuel J. Cabarrus 20th NC Regiment Company A
Cabarrus Guards
September 22, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Pleasant A. Smith Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Raccoon Ford, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Lynchburg, Monocacy Junction, Fort Stevens, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville (wounded/POW) Was a Private. Temporarily assigned (detailed) to lead Company F during May-August 1864. Also detailed to lead Company I during May-December 1864. Reported in command of Company K on April 1, 1864 for short duration. Captured at Petersburg Hospital then confined in various Federal hospitals through May 25, 1865.
Alexander, Silas W. Mecklenburg 13th NC Regiment Company B
Ranaleburgh Riflemen
April 26, 1862,
July 26, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Albert A. Erwin  Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, White Oak Swamp, Malvern Hill, 2nd Manassas, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Was a Private. Resigned on September 23, 1862 due to ill health; accepted on November 9, 1862.
Alexander, Sydenham B. Mecklenburg 42nd NC Regiment Company K May 26, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. John Y. Bryce Was a Private in Company E of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment). Promoted to Captain.
Alexander, W.R. Buncombe 69th NC Regiment
(7th Cavalry)
Company E January 15, 1865 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph A. Russell Asheville Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Alexander, William J. [TX] 37th NC Regiment Company H
Gaston Blues,

Company A
Ashe Beauregard Riflemen
November 1, 1862


May 3, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant
Capt. Henry C. Fite,


Capt. John Hartzog
Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville Promoted to Captain.
Alexander, William R. Mecklenburg 6th NC Battalion - Infantry,

60th NC Regiment
French Broad Guards,

Company I
September 13, 1862,

October 8, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Goodson M. Roberts Chickamauga (wounded),  Chattanooga Campaign, Missionary Ridge, 1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, Adairsville, New Hope Church, Kolb's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Ruff's Mill Earlier, a Private in Company C of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment), then a Sergeant in Company K of this regiment. The 6th NC Battalion-Infantry grew into the 60th NC Regiment on October 8, 1862. Absent wounded from September 20, 1863 through October 1863. Promoted to Captain.
Alford, Andrew J. Wake 1st NC Battalion Junior Reserves,

1st NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company C,

Company D
May 25, 1864,

July 15, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Cornelius J. Richardson The 1st NC Battalion Junior Reserves was merged into the 1st NC Regiment Junior Reserves on July 15, 1864. Resigned on September 22, 1864 due to feeling incompetent; accepted on September 26, 1864. Reduced to Private, deserted twice.
Alford, Henry M. Randolph 42nd NC Regiment Company I July 1, 1862,
December 23, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Edwin D. Earnhardt,
Capt. Thomas W. Redwine
Tarborough, Gales' Creek, Bogue Sound Blockhouse, Shepherdsville, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Chaffin's Farm, 1st Fort Fisher, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Private. Present through October 1864, no further records. All battles listed after that are "assumed." Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Allen, Andrew J. Hertford 15th NC Battalion - Cavalry Company B September 5, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Jesse G. Holliday Mars Hill (Bertie County), Suffolk, South Quay Was a Corporal and a Sergeant in Company H of the 19th NC Regiment (2nd Cavalry). Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Allen, Charles N. Wake 30th NC Regiment Company D December 10, 1861,
March 10, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Eugene Grissom Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Allen, Daniel J. Jackson Thomas's Cherokee Battalion,

Love's Regiment-Thomas's Legion
5th Company,

Company G
September 1, 1862,

October 5, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Daniel G. Fisher Baptist Gap Earlier a Private in Company F. Resigned on November 27, 1862 due to ill health.
Allen, David Charles Brunswick 30th NC Regiment Company C
Brunswick Double Quicks
September 26, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Joseph Green Promoted to Captain.
Allen, George T. Beaufort Salisbury Prison Guard Battalion 2nd Company B December 1, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Henry P. Allen Salisbury Was a Corporal in Company I of the 3rd NC Regiment, and wounded/POW at the battle of Gettysburg, PA; exchanged. December 31, 1864, on detached service. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Salisbury, NC.
Allen, Henry P. Beaufort 3rd NC Regiment,


Salisbury Prison Guard Battalion,

Salisbury Prison Guard Battalion
Company I
Jeff Davis Rifles,

1st Company A,

2nd Company A
August 1, 1862,


October 2, 1862,

January 26, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,


3rd Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. Archibald Craige,


Capt. Samuel B. Waters,

Capt. C. D. Freeman
Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Was a Sergeant. Transferred to 1st Company A of the Salisbury Prison Guard Battalion as a 2nd Lieutenant on October 2, 1862, then to 2nd Company A on January 26, 1863 as a 1st Lieutenant. Transferred as a Captain to 2nd Company B on December 1, 1863.
Allen, John W. Caswell 13th NC Regiment Company D
Leasburgh Grays
December 19, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William G. Woods (a POW) Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Fort Harrison, Jones's Farm, Dabney's Mill, Boydton Plank Road, Five Forks, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville Was a Private and a Sergeant. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Allen, Junius A. Hertford 15th NC Battalion - Cavalry Company B September 5, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Jesse G. Holliday Mars Hill (Bertie County), Suffolk Resigned on April 13, 1864, details not provided.
Allen, Richard P. Bladen 3rd NC Regiment Company H
Bladen Volunteers
May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Theodore M. Sikes Resigned on September 13, 1861.
Allen, Richard P. Bladen 1st NC Battalion - Heavy Artillery Company C February 29, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Brown Fort Anderson, Town Creek, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Private and a Sergeant. Reported present through August 1864, no further records. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Allen, Rufus F. Sampson 38th NC Regiment Company C
Sampson Farmers
October 18, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Peter B. Troublefield Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mil, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Bernard House, Gettysburg (mortally wounded/POW) Died on August 20, 1863 of gangrene, while in captivity at the Federal DeCamp General Hospital at Davids' Island, NY.
Allen, Solomon J. Wake 30th NC Regiment Company D August 10, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Eugene Grissom Resigned on March 10, 1862, details not provided.
Allen, Thomas H. 10th NC Regiment
(aka 1st Artillery)
Hatteras Inlet Batteries (POW)
Allen, Thomas M. Hyde 4th NC Regiment Company E
Southern Guards
August 18, 1862,
October 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James H. Carter Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg (wounded/POW), Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (POW) Was a Sergeant. 1st POW, exchanged on November 8, 1862. 2nd POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, the Point Lookout, MD, back to Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delware, DE. Promoted to Captain while in captivity. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Allen, Thomas W. Madison 64th NC Regiment Company D June 6, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Arthur A. Dewees 2nd Cumberland Gap (POW) Earlier, a Private in Company A of the 5th NC Battalion-Cavalry, then a Private in this unit. POW at Louisville, KY, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Allen, William Buncombe Coleman's Battalion Company D
Highland Greys
October 28, 1861,
April 12, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Ambrose Gaines Elected Captain when this unit was merged into the 39th NC Regiment on May 19, 1862
Allen, William A. Duplin 2nd NC Volunteers Company C
Duplin Rifles
April 22, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas S. Kenan Company disbanded on November 18, 1861. Later, Captain of Company C in the 51st NC Regiment, then Lt. Colonel.
Allen, William T. Granville 17th NC Regiment Company F March 31, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. George B. Daniel 1st Washington, 2nd Tarborough Resigned on September 20, 1863 to run the family farm to support his mother and family.
Allen, Wyatt B. Wake 6th NC Regiment Company I
Cedar Fork Rifles
May 16, 1861,
September 16, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Richard W. York 1st Manassas, Barhamsville, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, 1st Rappahannock Station, Thoroughfare Gap, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Salem Church, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg (wounded), 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station (POW) Commanded Company I from July 3, 1863 until he was captured on November 7, 1863. Some claim he was promoted to Captain, but most do not agree. POW at "various Federal prisons" until finally at Fort Delware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Allison, Giles J. Orange Independent Company Wake Rangers February 12, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Rufus S. Tucker Resigned on July 8, 1862 to return to his medical practice back home.
Allison, Joseph W. Orange 31st NC Regiment Company E September 17, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Julius F. Allison White Hall, 2nd Fort Wagner, Smithfield, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor (wounded), 2nd Fort Fisher, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Private and captured at Roanoke Island, POW, paroled, exchanged. Richmond Hospital on June 4, 1864, absent wounded through October 1864. Temporarily assigned (detailed) to command Company B during November-December 1864. Paroled on May 16, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Allison, Montreville Bragg Jackson 62nd NC Regiment Company H August 1, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John R. Dills 2nd Cumberland Gap (POW) Earlier, a Sergeant in Company B of the 25th NC Regiment. POW at Louisville, KY, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Allison, Richard M. Iredell 9th NC Volunteers
(2nd Cavalry)

19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company B June 21, 1861,


April 30, 1862
September 6, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,


2nd Lieutenant
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Clinton M. Andrews,



Capt. S. Jay Andrews
1st New Bern, Raid on Chambersburg, Fredericksburg, Raid on Dumfries, 1st Stoneman Raid, Providence Church Road, Beverly Ford, Brandy Station, Middleburg, Upperville, Hanover, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Jack's Shop, Russell's Ford & James City, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, 2nd Auburn, Buckland Races, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Todd's Tavern, Spotsylvania, Sheridan's Raid on Richmond, Yellow Tavern, Meadow Bridge, Fort Pocahontas, Haw's Shop, Hanover Court House (wounded) Absent wounded and furloughed from June 1, 1864 through February 28, 1865. No further records.
Allman, Lee H. Macon 16th NC Regiment Company H May 3, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James L. Robinson Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Barnett's Ford, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Fort Harrison, Jones's Farm, Stony Creek Raid Was a Private and a Sergeant Major. Resigned on December 16, 1864, details not provided. Later enlisted in Company K of the 9th NC Regiment (1st Cavalry).
Allman, William McD. Macon 6th NC Volunteers Company H May 14, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas M. Angel Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862.
Allred, Henry C. Randolph 12th NC Volunteers Company M
Randolph Hornets
June 10, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John M. Odell Not re-elected when company re-organized on April 27, 1862.
Alspaugh, Albert Forsyth 21st NC Regiment Company D
Forsyth Rifles
January 29, 1863,
June 30, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Alexander Miller,
Capt. Reuben A. Barrow
Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (killed) Was a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of 2nd Manassas. KIA on July 3, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Alston, Alfred Jr. Warren 8th NC Regiment Company F May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Charles J. Jones Chicamacomico Resigned on January 2, 1862 due to ill health; accepted on January 11, 1862.
Alston, Edward Warren Independent Company,


12th NC Regiment
Snow's Company,

Company I
Snow's Company
February 16, 1862,


May 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Shugan Snow Hanover  Court House, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill (wounded) Was a Private in Company C. Independent Company assigned to the 12th NC Regiment as it was re-organized on May 1, 1862. Absent wounded from June 27, 1862 until he resigned on March 14, 1863 due to wounds; accpeted on March 25, 1863.
Alston, Philemon G. Warren 12th NC Regiment Company K
Snow's Company
March 16, 1863,
May 24, 1863,
May 25, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Robert L. Williams 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Raccoon Ford & Stevensburg, Mine Run Campaign, Morton's Ford, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (wounded) Was a Private and a Sergeant, and wounded at Malvern Hill, and Boonsboro Gap. Absent wounded from May 12, 1864 through February 27, 1865. Promoted to 1st Lieutenant and Captain while recuperating.
Alston, Samuel F. Warren 12th NC Regiment Company C 2nd Lieutenant Promoted from the ranks.
Alston, Samuel T. Warren Independent Company,


12th NC Regiment
Alston's Company,

Company K
Alston's Company
March 25, 1862,

March 12, 1863
May 24, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Robert W. Alston,

"  "
Capt. Robert L. Williams
Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill (wounded), 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Raccoon Ford & Stevensburg, Mine Run Campaign, Morton's Ford, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (mortally wounded) Independent Company assigned to the 12th NC Regiment as it was re-organized on May 1, 1862. Richmond Hospital on July 4, 1862, returned to active duty in April 1863. Died on May 25, 1864 from wounds received at the battle of Spotsylvania, VA.
Alston, William T. Warren 2nd NC Volunteers Company G
Warren Rifles
May 4, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas L. Jones Appointed Captain/AQM on May 14, 1861.
Amburn, Elisha H. Stokes 21st NC Regiment Company F
Mountain Boys
January 29, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. John W. Beard Chancellorsville (mortally wounded) Was a Private and a Corporal. Died at Richmond Hospital on July 11, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Amisted, W. Yadkin 1st NC Battalion - Sharpshooters Company B
Forsyth Grays
2nd Lieutenant No further information.
Anders, John Buncombe 25th NC Regiment Company K
Black Moutain Guards
April 30, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Charles M. Roberts Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Gaine's Mill, Savage's Station, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown Was a Private. Resigned on October 30, 1862 to take care of his large family.
Anders, Samuel B. Bladen 18th NC Regiment Company A
German Volunteers
April 24, 1862,
January 23, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas W. Brown, Jr.,
Capt. Benjamin F. Rinaldi
Hanover Court House, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded), Jack's Shop, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 1st Weldon Railroad, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm, Stony Creek Raid Was a Private. Absent wounded from May 3, 1863 to September 1, 1863. Given temporary command of Company G in July-August 1864. Then, temporary commander of Company E in September-October 1864. Then, temporary commander of Company H and Company I during September-December 1864. Resigned on February 4, 1865, details not provided.
Anderson, Daniel W. Madison 6th NC Volunteers Company B April 29, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John Peek Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862. Later, Captain of Company F in Allen's Legion, which became the 64th NC Regiment. 
Anderson, E.G. [TN] Allen's Legion,

64th NC Regiment
Company M,

Company M
September 1, 1862,

October 31, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Michael Staley Allen's Legion was redesignated as the 64th NC Regiment on October 31, 1862. This company was transferred out as an Indepdendent Company in November 1862, then assigned to the 16th TN Battalion-Cavalry as Company F on December 26, 1862.
Anderson, Edwin M. Davie 42nd NC Regiment Company E March 18, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John H. Peebles Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Chaffin's Farm Was a Private and a Sergeant MAjor. As a 3rd Lieutenant, reduced in rank in October of 1864, details not provided.
Anderson, George W. Clay Folk's Battalion,

7th NC Battalion - Cavalry
Company B,

Company B
July 15, 1862,

September 12, 1862
3rd Lieutenant Capt. William P. Moore Folk's Battalion was redesignated as the 7th NC Battalion-Cavalry on September 12, 1862. Died on April 28, 1863 of disease, no further info.
Anderson, George W. Rockingham 13th NC Regiment Company K
Dixie Boys
November 8, 1862,
January 15, 1863,
July 1, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Robert L. Watt,
Capt. Hugh L. Guerrant,
"  "
Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Barnett's Ford, Bristoe Campaign Was a Corporal and a Sergeant, and wounded at Gaines's Mill. Appointed Adjutant on October 23, 1863.
Anderson, James Newton Yancey Independent Company,

5th NC Battalion - Cavalry,

65th NC Regiment
(6th Cavalry)
Mitchell Cavalry,

Company B,


Company K
June 28, 1862,

November 20, 1862,
June 22, 1863,

August 3, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. Samuel W. English Strawberry Plains, Maynardville, Leacher's Ford, Irvine, Crab Orchard This Independent Company was assigned to the 5th NC Battalion-Cavalry on November 20, 1862, then re-assigned to the 65th NC Regiment (6th Cavalry) on August 3, 1863. Reported "present under arrest" on Sep-Dec. 1863 muster roll. Resigned on April 23, 1864.
Anderson, James Stanhope Cherokee 29th NC Regiment Company A
Cherokee Guards
June 17, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. William C. Walker Promoted to Captain.
Anderson, John G. Madison Allen's Legion Company F July 17, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Daniel W. Anderson Appointed Assistant Surgeon in the 64th NC Regiment on October 31, 1862.
Anderson, John Huske Cumberland 48th NC Regiment Company D February 24, 1862,
April 8, 1862,
June 28, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Benjamin R. Huske,
"  "
Capt. Thomas J. Clegg
Oak Grove (wounded) Was a Corporal in Company H of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment). Absent wounded until he resigned on November 14, 1862 due to these wounds; accepted on February 10, 1863. Later, a Major, Lt. Colonel, and full Colonel in the NC Junior Reserves.
Anderson, John Nathaniel Forsyth 33rd NC Regiment  Company I
Confederate Stars
August 3, 1861,
November 5, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. George C. Stowe,
Capt. George W. Sanderlin
1st New Bern (POW), Fredericksburg (POW), Chancellorsville (wounded), 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, 2nd Rappahannock Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (wounded), Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm, Stony Creek Raid, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg (POW) 1st POW at Fort Columbus, NY, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Vicksburg, MS, then James River, VA, exchanged on November 10, 1862, returned to active duty by the end of November 1862. 2nd POW, paroled, exchanged on December 17, 1862, returned to active duty by March 1, 1863. 1st absent wounded from May 3, 1863 through July 8, 1863. 2nd absent wounded from May 12, 1864 through August 1864. 3rd POW at Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Anderson, Quintin T. Caswell 6th NC Regiment Company H
Caswell Boys
May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Alfred A. Mitchell 1st Manassas Resigned in August of 1861 due to disability. Later, re-enlisted as a Private, then promoted to Sergeant Major.
Anderson, Ruel Benjamin Pitt 5th NC Battalion - Junior Reserves,

Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves,

2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company C,

Company H,

Company H
April 16, 1864,

July 15, 1864,

December 7, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. McD. Boyd,

Capt. McD. Boyd,

Capt. Joseph J. Laughinghouse
Stony Creek Raid, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville The 5th NC Battalion-Junior Reserves was assigned to Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves on July 17, 1864, then re-assigned to the 2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves on December 7, 1864. On Detached Service from August 31 to October 31, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Anderson, W.S.G. Wayne 27th NC Regiment Company A
Goldsborough Rifles
April 15, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Marshal D. Craton
Anderson, William T. Macon Coleman's Battalion,

39th NC Regiment
Company B October 19, 1861,

May 19, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Alfred W. Bell  Baptist Gap, 2nd Murfreesboro (wounded), Jackson Expedition, Chickamauga, 1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Resaca, Adairsville, New Hope Church, Pine Mountain, Latimer's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, Ezra Church, Allatoona, Nashville, Spanish Fort (POW) Coleman's Battalion was merged into the 39th NC Regiment on May 19, 1862. Absent wounded from December 31, 1862 through February 1863. POW at Ship Island, MS, then New Orleans, LA, then Vicksburg, MS. Paroled on May 9, 1865 at Meridian, MS.
Anderson, William Tillinghurst Cumberland 5th NC Regiment Company A December 19, 1861,
May 5, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Peter J. Sinclair,
Capt. Benjamin Robinson
1st Manassas, Fort Magruder (wounded/POW), Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Raccoon Ford & Stevensburg, Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania (POW) 1st POW at Fort Monroe, VA, then Fort Delaware, DE; exchanged on August 5, 1862. Rejoined company prior to February 1, 1863. 2nd POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released circa June 1, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Andrew, John T. Chatham 26th NC Regiment Company E
Chatham Independent Guards
1st Lieutenant Capt. William S. Webster Died on May 31, 1862, details not provided.
Andrews, Alexander Boyd Granville 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company E,
Company B
May 16, 1861,
September 23, 1861
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William H. Cheek,
Capt. John H. Whitaker
Vienna, Dranesville, Rainbow Banks Promoted to Captain.
Andrews, George A. Iredell 4th NC Regiment Company C June 22, 1862,
February 16, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John B. Andrews,
Capt. Claudius S. Alexander
Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Andrews, Henry Calvin Orange 28th NC Regiment Company G
Guards of Independence
April 18, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Elijah G. Morrow Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Jack's Shop, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (POW) Was a Sergeant, and captured at the battle of Hanover Court House, exchanged. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Fort Pulaski, GA, then Charleston, SC, where he was paroled on December 15, 1864. Absent wick in January 1865, retired to the NC Invalid Corps on February 24, 1865.
Andrews, John Buncombe 25th NC Regiment Company K April 29, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Charles M. Roberts Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Warm Springs, Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Ware Bottom Church, Siege of Petersburg, Avery's Farm Promoted from the ranks.
Andrews, John N. Wayne Independent Company Nelson's Company August 1, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. Charles J. Nelson This unit did not last long, date ended not known.
Andrews, Lewis W. Randolph Independent Company Craven's Company
(aka Trinity Guards),

Townsend's Company
(aka Trinity Guards)
November 1, 1861,



January 15, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Braxton Craven,



Capt. Aaron Townsend
Craven resigned. Townsend was promoted to Captain on January 15, 1862 (assumed). Company was disbanded on January 30, 1862 (assumed). Very little good info.
Andrews, Lorenzo Dow Randolph 38th NC Regiment Company H
Uwharrie Boys
November 4, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Noah Rush Elected to Major when regiment re-organized on April 18, 1862.
Andrews, Richard H. 1st NC Regiment Junior Reserves Company B November 7, 1864,
January 5, 1865
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Francis R. Gregory Butler's Bridge, Poplar Point Was a Corporal in Company G. In hospital February 5, 1865 to March 31, 1865. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Andrews, S. Jay Iredell 9th NC Volunteers
(2nd Cavalry)

19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company B June 21, 1861


April 30, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Clinton M. Andrews 1st New Bern Promoted to Captain.
Andrews, Samuel B. New Hanover 18th NC Regiment Company A April 24, 1862,
January 23, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas W. Brown,
Capt. Benjamin F. Rinaldi
Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Jack's Shop, Payne's Farm, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop, Siege of Petersburg, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm, Stony Creek Raid, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville aka Samuel B. Anders. List of battles/skirmishes assumes he was not killed or captured during the war - records very incomplete.
Andrews, Thomas Wilburn Randolph 2nd NC Battalion - Infantry Company F September 25, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Hezekiah L. Andrews Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, Jack's Mountain, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Monocacy Junction, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill (POW) Was a Sergeant and captured at the battle of Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged. POW at Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Andrews, William Murphy Alamance 13th NC Regiment Company E
Alamance Regulators
June 23, 1862,
November 17, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Elbridge Cook,
Capt. Thomas A. Martin
Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, White Oak Swamp, Malvern Hill, 2nd Manassas, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Barnett's Ford, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Fort Harrison, Jones's Farm, Dabney's Mill, Boydton Plank Road, Five Forks, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville Was a Private. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Andrews, William S.G. Wayne 27th NC Regiment Company A
Goldsborough Rifles
April 15, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Marshall D. Craton Appointed Captain of Company F in the 10th NC Regiment (1st Artillery) on June 24, 1861, back-dated to May 16, 1861.
Angel, Daniel A. Yancey 29th NC Regiment Company B July 4, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Daniel W. Angel Chickamauga (wounded) Was a Private and a Corporal. Absent wounded from September 20, 1863 until he resigned on August 24, 1864 due to his wounds.
Angel, Daniel W. Yancey 29th NC Regiment Company B May 2, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William B. Creasman Tazewell, Baptist Gap, 2nd Murfreesboro Was a Corporal. Promoted to Captain.
Angel, Joseph W. Rockingham 21st NC Regiment Company L
Rockingham Invincibles
1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Samuel C. James Hare's Hill (mortally wounded) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. 1st wounded in September-October 1864, no details provided. 2nd wounded, in Richmond Hospital from March 27, 1865 until he died on April 1, 1865 from wounds received at the battle of Hare's Hill, VA.
Angel, William H.H. Macon 39th NC Regiment Company I November 8, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. James G. Crawford 2nd Murfreesboro Was a Sergeant. Died at Yazoo City, MS on June 28, 1863 of disease.
Angerman, William H. Warren 28th NC Regiment Company G
Guards of Independence
January 28, 1865 2nd Lieutenant Capt. George W. McCauley Dabney's Mill, 3rd Petersburg, Amelia Court House, Farmville Was a Private in the 12th NC Regiment, then a Private in this unit, then Sergeant Major in the 33rd NC Regiment, then back to this unit as a 2nd Lieutnant. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Anthony, Abraham Catawba 32nd NC Regiment Company E November 15, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Gilbert M. Sherrill Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, New Market, Cold Harbor, Lynchburg, Fort Stevens, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove (wounded/POW) Was a Private. POW at various Federal hospitals, then released at Washington, DC on July 10, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Anthony, James G. Halifax Independent Company Scotland Neck Mounted Riflemen November 11, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Atherton B. Hill Was a Corporal. Not re-elected when company re-oganized on May 1, 1862.
Anthony, Peyton T. Halifax 33rd NC Regiment Company B
Clark's Guards
April 23, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas H. Gatlin Chancellorsville (wounded), Gettysburg (wounded) Was a Corporal in the 13th VA Cavalry. 1st absent wounded for only a short duration. 2nd absent wounded from July 3, 1863 through October 14, 1864. Retired to the Invalid Corps on January 20, 1865. 
Anthony, Whitmel Hill Halifax 2nd NC Volunteers,


9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company E
Halifax Light Infantry,


Company B
April 25, 1861,


'August 1, 1863,
October 5, 1863
1st Lieutenant,


2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James H. Whitaker,



Capt. Alexander B. Andrews
Culpeper Court House, Raccoon Ford, Jack's Shop, James City, Bristoe Campaign, 1st Auburn, Buckland Races, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid, Atlee Station, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Todd's Tavern, Sheridan's Raid on Richmond, Yellow Tavern, Meadow Bridge, Fort Pocahontas, Haw's Shop, Hanover Court House & Ashland, Trevilian Station, 1st Weldon Railroad, Wilson-Kautz Raid, Staunton River Bridge, Sappony Church, 1st Reams Station, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, Jones's Farm, Burgess Mill Earlier in a SC unit, then a 1st Lieutenant in Company G of the 12th NC Regiment, not re-elected when that unit re-organized on May 1, 1862. Joined the 9th NC Regiment (1st Cavalry) as a Private.  Promoted to Captain.
Apperson, Thomas V. Yadkin 28th NC Regiment Company F
Yadkin Boys
June 18, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. John H. Kenyon 1st New Bern Promoted to Captain.
Applewhite, Isaac C. Wilson 2nd NC Regiment Company D May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Walter S. Stallings Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg (wounded) Promoted to Captain.
Applewhite, William H. Wilson 2nd NC Regiment Company D March 13, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Isaac C. Applewhite 1st Kellysville, Chancellorsville (wounded), Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Monocacy Junction, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove (POW) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from May 3 to August 10, 1863. POW at Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Archer, Wiliam H. Warren 9th NC Regiment
(aka 1st Cavalry)
Company E 1st Lieutenant Died in 1863, details not provided.
Archerman, Charles New Hanover 18th NC Regiment Company A September 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas W. Brown Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Jack's Shop, Payne's Farm, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop, Siege of Petersburg, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm, Stony Creek Raid, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville List of battles/skirmishes assumes he was not killed or captured during the war - records very incomplete.
Ardrey, James P. Mecklenburg 49th NC Regiment Company F
Mecklenburg Guards
April 12, 1862,
July 1, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James T. Davis Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, 1st Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bottom's Bridge, Boon's Mill Promoted to Captain.
Ardrey, William Erskine Mecklenburg 30th NC Regiment Company K May 1, 1862,
September 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John G. Witherspoon Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville Was a Private. Promoted to Captain.
Arendell, Bridges Wayne Independent Company

36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
Herring Artillery,

1st Company I
Herring Artillery
October 16, 1861,


May 12, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. William A. Herring Originally an Independent Company, assigned to the 36th NC Regiment (2nd Artillery) on May 12, 1862. Not re-elected when this unit re-organized on November 10, 1862.
Arendell, Thomas Carteret 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company F
Andrews' Battery / Walsh's Battery
February 22, 1863,
August 1, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William S. G. Andrews,
Capt. Edward D. Walsh
1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher (POW) Was a Sergeant. Captured as a Sergeant at the Siege of Fort Macon, exchanged in August of 1862. POW at Ft. Columbus, NY. Exchanged on March 5, 1865. Paroled on May 3, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Arent, William R. Loncoln 52nd NC Regiment Company H
Spring Hill Guards
March 25, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Eric Erson Goldsborough Bridge, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg (mortally wounded) Captured in ambulance train leaving Gettysburg, PA on Julyh 5, 1863. Died in Gettysburg Hospital on August 6, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Argo, Thomas M. Orange 1st NC Battalion - Heavy Artillery Company D December 12, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James L. McCormick 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher (POW) POW at Fort Columbus, NY, exchanged at James River, VA on March 5, 1865.
Armfield, David F. Union 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company A August 2, 1863,
-
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William H.H. Cowles White Oak Swamp Bridge, Harper's Ferry, Middletown, Burkittsville, Sharpsburg, Raid on Chambersburg, Barbee's Crossroads, Fredericksburg, Raid on Dumfries, Burke's Station, 1st Kellysville, Brandy Station, Aldie, Middleburg, Upperville, Fairfax Court House, Hanover, Gettysburg, Carlisle, Hunterstown, 1st Hagerstown, Funkstown, Littletown, Culpeper Court House, Raccoon Ford, Jack's Shop, James City, Bristoe Campaign, 1st Auburn, Burgess Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Boydton Plank Road (killed) Was a Private.  Captured at Callett's Staion, VA on October 13, 1864, exchanged on October 11, 1864. KIA on March 31, 1865 at the battle of Boydton Plank Road (aka Chamberlain Run), VA.
Armfield, Mark D. Burke 1st NC Volunteers Company G
Burke Rifles
October 24, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Clark Moulton Avery Was a Corporal. Replaced John A. Dickson. Later, Captain of Company B in the 11th NC Regiment.
Armfield, Robert F. Yadkin 38th NC Regiment Company B
Men of Yadkin
October 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Columbus L. Cook Elected Lt. Colonel when regiment re-organized "for the war."
Armstrong, Edward Hall New Hanover 3rd NC Regiment Company G July 1, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Edward H. Rhodes Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Armstrong, George Washington Wilson 5th NC Regiment Company G September 24, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas P. Thompson Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (POW) Was a Private in Company F of the 4th NC Regiment. POW at Fort McHenry, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Armstrong, Henry A. Tyrrell 32nd NC Regiment Company A 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John H. Thomas Spotsylvania (POW) Promoted from the ranks. Not know if/when he was exchanged. 
Armstrong, Holloway A. Tyrrell 32nd NC Regiment Company A September 16, 1862,
June 26, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt Henry G. Lewis,
Capt. John H. Thomas
Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (POW) Was a Private and a Sergeant. POW at Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Armstrong, Nicholas E. Duplin 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry),


38th NC Regiment
Company I,


Company A
Spartan Band
May 16, 1861,



July 12, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,



2nd Lieutenant
Capt. William J. Houston,



Capt. Adolphus G. Moseley
Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mil, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing Resigned from 9th NC Regiment (1st Cavalry) on September 28, 1861. Promoted to Captain.
Armstrong, Thomas E. New Hanover 3rd NC Regiment Company K
Holly Shelter Volunteers
May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. David Williams Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Promoted to Captain.
Armstrong, Thomas J. Iredell 37th NC Regiment Company K
Alleghany Tigers
August 15, 1862,
March 20, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John Ross,
Capt. William M. Fetter
Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville Was a Private in Company A of the 4th NC Regiment.
Arnold, John L. Moore 9th NC Volunteers
(2nd Cavalry)
Company I July 18, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Jesse L. Bryan Cashiered in November of 1861, and dismissed via court-martial on January 21, 1862.
Arrington, George W. Nash 12th NC Regiment,


32nd NC Regiment
2nd Company H
Drake's Company,

2nd Company H
March 1, 1862,


July 22, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. John J. Drake Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill Company assigned to the 12th NC Regiment on May 1, 1862. Company re-assigned to the 32nd NC Regiment on July 22, 1862. Resigned on August 23, 1862 due to ill health.
Arrington, Hardy H. Nash 2nd NC Volunteers Company I
Nash Boys
October 26, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Blount Was a Private. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 1, 1862.
Arrington, John D. Nash 32nd NC Regiment 2nd Company H December 9, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John T. Drake Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (wounded/POW) Was a Private and a Sergeant. POW at Gettysburg Hospital, then David's Island, NY, then Johnson's Island, OH, where he died on December 27, 1863 of fever.
Arrington, Kearney W. Nash 30th NC Regiment Company I February 22, 1863,
December 14, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James J. Harris Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (wounded/POW) Was a Sergeant in Company E of the 19th NC Regiment. POW at Washington Hospital, then Old Capitol Prison, the Fort Delaware, DE, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, then City Point, VA. Exchanged on February 27, 1865. Not with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Arrington, W.H. Franklin 4th NC Regiment Company H Lieutenant Capt. Robert Magness Salisbury Greensborough Hospital on January 22, 1865 with rheumatism; returned to active duty on February 25, 1865. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Asbury, Daniel M. Lincoln 52nd NC Regiment Company G
Dry Pond Dixies
March 25, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph B. Shelton Resignation accepted on May 23, 1862, details not provided.
Asbury, James T. Alexander 7th NC Regiment Company K August 7, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Nathan A. Pool Was a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Gaines's Mill.  Died in Richmond Hospital on August 26, 1862 from wounds received at Gaine's Mill, VA.
Ashcraft, Thomas E. Union 53rd NC Regiment Company I April 30, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Eber A. Jerome Promoted to Captain.
Ashe, Samuel A'Court New Hanover 2nd NC Battalion - Local Defense Company A August 25, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. Charles P. Bolles Was a Private in Company I of the 18th NC Regiment. Present through December 1864, no further records. FYI, this man was a prolific author and published many works on the history of North Carolina.
Ashley, Andrew Jackson Robeson 51st NC Regiment Company E
Clay Valley Rangers
February 28, 1862,
December 11, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Willis P. Moore,
Capt. Willis H. Pope
Goldsborough Bridge, 2nd Fort Wagner, 2nd New Bern, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff Promoted to Captain.
Ashley, William [TN] Walker's Battalion-Thomas's Legion Company C September 29, 1862,
August 15, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James A. McKamy,
Capt. James M. Singleton
Strawberry Plains, Limestone Station, 1st Carter's Depot, Blue Springs, Henderson's Mill, 2nd Carter's Depot, Piedmont, Fort Stevens, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Kernstown, Cameron's Depot, Leetown, Berryville, Bunker Hill, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Soco Creek, Swannanoa Gap, Waynesville Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Askew, Amos W. Jones 8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers Company C October 25, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Windal T. Robinson Sandy Ridge, Deep Gully Was a Sergeant in Company A. Resigned on April 3, 1863; accepted on April 17, 1863.
Askew, Joseph W. Madison 2nd NC Battalion - Infantry Company H
Madison Guards
September 25, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Van Brown Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (mortally wounded/POW) Was a Private and captured at the battle of Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged. POW at Gettysburg Hospital, where he died on July 15, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Askew, Levi Hertford 66th Partisan Rangers
(Never Formally Organized),

68th NC Regiment
Company "unknown,"


Company D
September 2, 1863,


January 20, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Hillory Taylor The 66th Partisan Rangers were never formally organized, but redesignated as the 68th NC Regiment on January 20, 1864. Askew was promoted to Captain.
Askew, Richard W. Hertford 17th NC Regiment Company D August 1, 1862,
February 29, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. James M.C. Luke,
Capt. Norman L. Shaw
1st Washington, Gardner's Bridge, 2nd Tarborough, Gales' Creek, Bogue Sound Blockhouse, Shepherdsville, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Fussell's Mill, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Sergeant. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Astoogatogeh, John Haywood Independent Company,

Thomas's Cherokee Battalion
Thomas's Company,

1st Company
April 9, 1862,

July 19, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Thomas,

Capt. James W. Terrell
1st Chattanooga, Baptist Gap (killed) KIA on September 13-15, 1862 at the battle of Baptist Gap, TN. A Cherokee Indian. Last name also spelled Sdhu:gado:ga, Sduhu:gado:ga, and Astoo-ga-Sto-ga.
Atkins, George B. Cumberland 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)


13th NC Battalion - Light Artillery
"    " 
2nd Company B
Starr's Light Battery,

Company B
Starr's Light Battery
"    "
March 9, 1863,



November 4, 1863,
December 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,



2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Joseph B. Starr Goldsborough Bridge, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Greenville Was a Sergeant.  This unit was transferred as Company B to the 13th NC Battalion-Light Artillery on November 4, 1863. Promoted to Captain.
Atkinson, Atlas Robeson 50th NC Regiment Company B February 25, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. E.C. Atkinson Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Street's Ferry, Fayetteville Market House (POW) Was a Corporal in Company B of the 2nd NC Volunteers, which later became 1st Company D of the 12th NC Regiment. POW at New Bern, then Point Lookout, MD, then Washington, DC, where he was hospitalized on April 4, 1865 with pneumonia, then to Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Atkinson, Robert W. Wilson 9th NC Volunteers
(2nd Cavalry)


19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company E June 21, 1861


April 1, 1862,
June 10, 1862,
July 1, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,


"   "
2nd Lieutenant
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Columbus A. Thomas,


Capt. Josiah J.B. Vick
"  "
"  "
1st New Bern, Gillett's Farm, Raid on Chambersburg, Fredericksburg, Raid on Dumfries, 1st Stoneman Raid (POW), Beverly Ford, Brandy Station, Middleburg, Upperville, Hanover, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown 1st POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, paroled on May 18, 1863. Promoted to Captain.
Atkinson, Rufus Edgecombe 13th NC Regiment Company G
Edgecombe Rifles
April 26, 1862,
October 15, 1862
3rd Lieutenant
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. John H. Hyman,
Capt. John A. Fuqua
Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, White Oak Swamp, Malvern Hill, 2nd Manassas, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg (wounded), 1st Hagerstown Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Captured on July 30, 1863. Died in Federal hospital at Winchester, VA on August 3, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Atkinson, William E. Bladen Independent Company,

Independent Company
Buie's Company,

McDugald's Company
February 10, 1863,

October 28, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Duncan M. Buie,

Capt. William J. McDugald
Fort Anderson, Town Creek, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Private in Company K of the 18th NC Regiment, wounded at Hanover Court House, then captured, POW, exchanged. Then a 3rd Lieutenant in this unit. Buie's Company became McDugald's company on October 28, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Atwater, John F. Chatham 63rd NC Regiment
(5th Cavalry)
Company E
Vance Troop
September 30, 1863,
February 3, 1864
3rd Lieuteant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas W. Harris Gales' Creek, Bogue Sound Blockhouse, Shepherdsville, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Sheridan's Raid on Richmond, Yellow Taveern, Ground Squirrel Church, Meadow Bridge, Fort Pocahontas, Across the Pamunkey, Bethesda Church, Haw's Shop, Hanover Court House, Ashland, Riddle's Shop, Wilcox's Landing, 1st Weldon Railroad, Wilson-Kautz Raid, Staunton River Bridge, Sappony Church, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, Vaughan Road, Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Boydton Plank Road, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks, Namozine Church Was a Private. Absent with leave on December 24, 1864 to unspecified date (assume through January 1865). No further records. Assume he served until the end of the war.
Atwell, George A. Rowan 34th NC Regiment Company E
Shady Grove Rangers
August 1, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Micajah C. Davis Bristoe Station, Payne's Farm, Wilderness (wounded), 2nd Reams Station Was Sergeant Major. Acting Adjuntant during November-December 1863. Absent wounded from May 7, 1864 through June 1864. Promoted to Captain.
Atwell, William L. Rowan 42nd NC Regiment Company G May 10, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James A. Blackwelder Resigned on August 4, 1862 due to ill health; accepted on August 11, 1862. Re-enlisted later as a Private.
Atwood, Benjamin F. Forsyth 48th NC Regiment Company I
Confederate Guards
March 12, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Jesse W. Atwood Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill Promoted to Captain.
Austin, Daniel Alexander 37th NC Regiment Company G
Alexander Soldiers
November 20, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James Reed 1st New Bern Was a Sergeant. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 16, 1862.
Austin, E. Coleman Catawba 28th NC Regiment Company C
South Fork Farmers
November 17, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. T. James Linebarger Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (killed) Was a Sergeant, a Private, and a Corporal, and captured at the battle of Hanover Court House, exchanged. KIA on July 3, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Austin, James E. Union 48th NC Regiment Company E March 17, 1863,
October 14, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William A. Laney 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill (killed) Was a Private in Company B of the 5th NC Volunteers, then a Private and a Corporal in Company I. KIA on March 25, 1865 at the battle of Hare's Hill, VA (aka Fort Stedman).
Austin, Josiah Union Independent Company,

4th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Rone's Company - Senior Reserves,

Company I
July 7, 1864,

Augsut 6, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Loyd K. Rone Salisbury This Independent Company was assigned to the 4th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on August 6, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Austin, Milton S. Richmond 52nd NC Regiment Company E
Richmond Regulators
March 19, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin F. Little Goldsborough Bridge, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg (wounded) Absent wounded from July 3, 1863 through October 1863. Promoted to Captain while recuperating.
Austin, William Alexander Union 48th NC Regiment Company I March 15, 1862,
January 6, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Elias C. Alexander,
Capt. John E. Moore
Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Fredericksburg (wounded), 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg, Amelia Court House, Farmville Absent sick September-October 1862. Absent wounded from December 13, 1862 through April 1863.  Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Austin, William M. Yancey 58th NC Regiment Company C
Yancey Boys
June 17, 1863,
August 14, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Suel B. Briggs Chickamauga (wounded) Was a Private and a Sergeant. Absent wounded from September 20, 1863 through August 31, 1864. No further records. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Bennett Place, NC.
Autrey, George M. McDowell 35th NC Regiment Company B
Marion Men
July 5, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. George W. Freeman
(absent wounded)
Siege of Petersburg, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad Was a Private and a Corporal. Reported AWOL from January 14 through February 28, 1865. Not with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Avent, George W. Chatham 35th NC Regiment Company D
Haw River Boys
December 29, 1862,
December 11, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Robert E. Petty 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Boon's Mill, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg Was a Private and a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Avent, James Nash 2nd NC Volunteers Company I
Nash Boys
May 1, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William T. Williams Resigned on May 15, 1861, reason not provided.
Avery, Alphonso C. Burke 6th NC Regiment Company E May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Isaac E. Avery 1st Manassas, Barhamsville, Seven Pines Promoted to Captain then Assistant Inspector General.
Avery, Willoughby F. Burke Independent Company,


33rd NC Regiment
Davis Dragoons,

Company C
Cabarrus Hornets
October 7, 1861

August 6, 1862,
January 14, 1863
3rd Lieutenant

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas George Walton


Capt. David M. Corzine,
"   "
Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, 2nd Rappahannock Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm Not re-elected when the Davis Dragoons re-organized on May 19, 1862. In the 33rd NC Regiment, promoted to Captain of Company E, then Captain of Company I.
Axley, Felix P. Cherokee 39th NC Regiment Company G May 19, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Paschal C. Hughes Baptist Gap, 2nd Murfreesboro Was a Private in Company C. Resigned on February 11, 1863 due to disability; accepted on March 18, 1963.
Aycock, B.T. Wake 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
2nd Company D
Anderson's Artillery
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Edward B. Dudley Paroled at Goldsborough, NC on May 11, 1865. No records available.
Ayer, Henry W. Davidson 4th NC Volunteers Company B
Thomasville Rifles
May 26, 1861 2nd Lieutnant Capt. Willis L. Miller Siege of Yorktown, Lee's Mill Was a Sergeant. Resigned or not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862.
Babb, Lewis H. Gates 33rd NC Regiment Company E April 1, 1863,
May 3, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William T. Parker Chancellorsville (wounded), Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop, Siege of Petersburg, 1st Weldon Railroad, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from May 3, 1863 through February 1864. Probably limited action in the battles identified at the left. Retired to the NC Invalid Corps on September 7, 1864.
Babb, William K. Gates 33rd NC Regiment Company E March 1, 1862,
September 23, 1862
3rd Lieutgenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. William T. Parker 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (killed) Was a Sergeant. KIA on May 3, 1863 at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Badger, Edward S. Wake 56th NC Regiment Company C
Pasquotank Boys
March 1, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Alexander P. White Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Ware Bottom Church, Siege of Petersburg, Avery's Farm, Hare's Hill, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks (POW) Raleigh Hospital on July 29, 1864 with remittent fever. Furloughed on September 1, 1864, returned to active duty around January 1, 1865. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Badger, Thomas E. Wake 5th NC Regiment Company I December 1, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. E.L. Curtis Was Ordnance Sergeant. Soon appointed Adjutant.
Badgett, Burrill R. Davidson 66th NC Regiment Company G November 28, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Elon G. Blackmer
(absent sick)
1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fishter, Sugar Loaf, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston (POW) Was a Private in 1st Company A of the Salisbury Prison Guard, then a Private and a Sergeant in this unit. 1st Company A of the Salisbury Prison Guard Battalion was assigned to the 66th NC Regiment on October 2, 1863. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Badgett, Cicero L. Davidson 6th NC Battalion Junior Reserves,

1st NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company A,

Company C
May 23, 1864,

July 15, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Alfred M. Heitman Stony Creek Raid, Poplar Point, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville The 6th NC Battalion Junior Reserves was merged into the 1st NC Regiment Junior Reserves on July 15, 1864. Paroled on May 6, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Badgett, James W. Granville 30th NC Regiment Company G
Granville Rangers
May 1, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. James A. Barnett Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (wounded), 3rd Winchester Was a Sergeant. Williamsburg Hospital on May 15, 1863 with gunshot wound, details not provided, returned to active duty by the end of June 1863. Absent wounded from May 19, 1864 through August 1864. Promoted to Captain.
Bagley, Alvin Wayne 66th NC Regiment Company K October 20, 1863,
June 12, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John T. Sykes Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Port Walthall Junction, Ware Bottom Church, Cold Harbor,  2nd Petersburg, Siege of Petersburg, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Darbytown & New Market Roads, 2nd Darbytown Road, Burgess' Mills, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher, Sugar Loaf, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Private in Company D of the 13th NC Battalion-Infantry, then a Private in this unit. Reported present through October 1864, no further records. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Bagley, Stephen Decatur Perquimans 8th NC Regiment Company A December 11, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Bagley Goldsborough Bridge, 2nd Fort Wagner Was in Company L of the 17th NC Regiment, then a Sergeant in this company, when he was captured at Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged. Promoted to Captain on September 8, 1863 - unit not known.
Bagley, William Henry Perquimans 8th NC Regiment Company A May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. James W. Hinton Chicamacomico, Roanoke Island (POW) POW, paroled on February 21, 1862, exchanged in August 1862. Promoted to Captain, then Major.
Bailey, Allen Wake 30th NC Regiment Company D August 10, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Eugene Grissom Resigned on December 10, 1861 due to disability.
Bailey, Andrew G. Madison 64th NC Regiment Company K April 3, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Samuel E. Erwin Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Bailey, Isaac H. Mitchell 58th NC Regiment Company B February 1, 1863,
May 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Jacob W. Bowman Was a Private and a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain on September 1, 1863, back-dated to April 17, 1863.
Bailey, James C. Person 14th NC Volunteers Company H
Person Invincibles
June 6, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. John L. Harris Promoted to Captain.
Bailey, John E. Caswell 5th NC Regiment Company I May 16, 1861,
May 5, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John W. Lea 1st Manassas, Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg Dropped from the company on January 20. 1863 due to AWOL. Restored as 1st Lieutenant on March 2, 1863. Promoted to Captain.
Bailey, John E. McDowell 22nd NC Regiment Company K
McDowell Boys
March 27, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Ephraim J. Dobson Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop, Siege of Petersburg (wounded) Was a Private. Absent wounded from July 11, 1864 through February 16, 1865. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Bailey, Milus M. Iredell Col. Peter Mallett's Battalion Company B November 1863 2nd Lieutenant No Captain Was a Sergeant. Last record of service is February 1864.
Bailey, Richard A. Iredell 49th NC Regiment Company E June 3, 1864,
July 30, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Edwin V. Harris,
Capt. John T. Crawford
Siege of Petersburg, Avery Farm, The Crater (wounded), Hare's Hill, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks (POW) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from July 30, 1864 to unspecified date (assume through December 1864). POW at Old Captitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bailey, William Hall Davie 42nd NC Regiment Company F June 25, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Wiley A. Clement Gales' Creek, Bogue Sound Blockhouse, Shepherdsville, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, New Market Heights, 1st Fort Fisher, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Sergeant. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Bailey, Wilson Nash 47th NC Regiment Company A
Chicora Guards
April 11, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John W. Bryant Resigned on May 17, 1862. Died of disease, details not provided.
Baird, Benjamin F. Watauga Palmer's Legion,

58th NC Regiment
Harman's Company,

Company E
June 27, 1862,

July 24, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Drury C. Harman First assigned to Palmer's Legion, which was not approved by the CSA or NC Military. Assigned to the 58th NC Regiment on July 24, 1862. Promoted to Captain.
Baird, David Franklin Watauga 58th NC Regiment Company D June 16, 1863,
March 28, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Benjamin F. Baird Chickamauga, Chattanooga Campaign, Missionary Ridge, 1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, Adairsville, Dallas, Kolb's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Siege of Atlanta, Jonesborough, 2nd Lovejoy's Station (wounded), Averasborough, Bentonville (wounded) Was a Private and a Corporal. 1st absent wounded from September 2, 1864 to unspecified date (assume through December 31, 1864). 2nd absent wounded in Greensborough Hospital on March 19-21, 1865. Not with the regiment when it was surrendered at Bennett Place, NC.
Baird, Israel Victor Buncombe Allen's Legion,

64th NC Regiment
Company G,

Company G,
Company C
April 27, 1862,

October 31, 1862,
May 1863
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
3rd Lieutenant
Capt. William M. Keith,

Capt. William M. Keith,
Capt. John Peek
Earlier, a Corporal and a Private in Company F of the 14th NC Regiment. Appointed Sergeant Major of this regiment in April 1863. Appointed 3rd Lieutenant in Company C in May of 1863. Promoted to Captain and transferred to Company G on September 2, 1863.
Baird, James Samuel Tasewell Buncombe McDowell's Battalion,

6th NC Battalion - Infantry,

60th NC Regiment
Fifth Company,

Company B,

Company K
May 15, 1862,

August 1, 1862,

October 8, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. William R. West 2nd Murfreesboro Was a Private in Company G of the 9th NC Regiment (1st Cavalry). McDowell's Battalion grew into the 6th NC Battalion-Infantry on August 1, 1862, then grew into the 60th NC Regiment on October 8, 1862. Resigned on January 3, 1863; accepted on February 18, 1863.
Baird, William Gilliam Person 24th NC Regiment Company H
Person Invincibles
May 16, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James C. Bailey Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Boon's Mill, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg, Battle of the Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Baker, Burrell P. Franklin 14th NC Volunteers,
24th NC Regiment
Company K
Poplar Spring Grays
June 17, 1861,
May 15, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. David W. Spivey,
Capt. Janadius H. Baker
Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Boon's Mill, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg, Battle of the Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill (POW) Appointed AQM on July 18, 1861, returned as 2nd Lieutenant in this company on September 24, 1861. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Baker, Daniel J. Cumberland 8th NC Regiment Company E
Manchester Guards
February 13, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Luther R. Breece Suffolk, Plymouth, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor (POW) Was a Private, and captured at Roanoke Island. POW, paroled, exchanged. Then a Corporal and 2nd Lieutenant. POW at Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 10, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Baker, Elijah W. Mitchell 29th NC Regiment Company I July 11, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John C. Blalock 1st Cumberland Gap Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 2, 1862. Later, a Sergeant in Company B of the 58th NC Regiment.
Baker, George B. Cumberland 3rd NC Regiment Company C May 10, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Henry W. Horne Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill (wounded) Transferred from 2nd Company B of the 36th NC Regiment (2nd Artillery). Transferred to the NC Conscript Bureau in Raleigh, NC as 1st Lieutenant on July 14, 1862.
Baker, Henry Franklin Independent Company Jones's Company - Supporting Force July 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Jackson Jones No further information available.
Baker, Henry Hyer Halifax 33rd NC Regiment Company A April 25, 1862,
October 6, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph H. Saunders Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville Promoted to Captain.
Baker, Hiram Ashe 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company A May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas N. Crumpler Resigned on October 4, 1861. Re-enlisted as a Private.
Baker, James Bladen 8th NC Volunteers


36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
Company K
Bladen Guards

1st Company B
Bladen Guards
April 26, 1861


October 31, 1861
3rd Lieutenant Capt. George Tait


Capt. Thomas J. Purdie
This unit was assigned to the 36th NC Regiment (aka 2nd Artillery) on October 31, 1861 as 1st Company B, then transferred back to the 18th NC Regiment before the 36th NC Regiment was formally organized on May 14, 1862. Not re-elected when the 8th NC Volunteers re-organized on April 24, 1862.
Baker, Janadius H. Franklin 14th NC Volunteers Company K
Poplar Spring Grays
June 17, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. David W. Spivey Promoted to Captain.
Baker, John Pasquotank 8th NC Regiment Company A January 13, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Daniel A. Sawyer 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, Plymouth, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Fort Harrison (mortally wounded) Was a Sergeant, captured at Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged. Wounded at 2nd Fort Wagner. Died in Richmond Hospital on October 5, 1864 due to wounds received at the battle of Fort Harrison, VA.
Baker, John A. New Hanover 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company E
Wilmington Light Artillery
May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Alexander D. Moore Resigned on April 9, 1862 after being authorized to raise his own Company to defend Wilmington. Promoted to Captain and assigned as Aide-de-Camp on Maj. Gen. Samuel G. French (MS) staff. Later, appointed Colonel of the 41st NC Regiment (aka 3rd Cavalry) on September 3, 1862.
Baker, John C. Moore 19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company I June 14, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Daniel O. Bryan Middleburg, Upperville, Hanover, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Culpeper Court House (mortally wounded) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Died on November 11, 1863 from wounds received at Culpeper Court House, VA.
Baker, John R. Mecklenburg 35th NC Regiment Company H
Mecklenburg Farmers
May 27, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. David G. Maxwell Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Boon's Mill, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg (wounded/POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at various Federal hospitals, the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, the Fort Delaware, DE, exchanged on February 27, 1865. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered a Appomattox, VA.
Baker, Joseph S. Cumberland 9th NC Volunteers
(2nd Cavalry)

19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company D June 21, 1861,
January 13, 1862

April 30, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant

1st Lieutenant
Capt. James W. Strange 1st New Bern, Gillett's Farm, Raid on Chambersburg, Fredericksburg, Raid on Dumfries, 1st Stoneman Raid, Providence Church Road, Beverly Ford, Brandy Station, Middleburg, Upperville, Hanover, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Jack's Shop, Russell's Ford & James City, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, 2nd Auburn, Buckland Races, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Todd's Tavern, Spotsylvania, Sheridan's Raid on Richmond, Yellow Tavern, Meadow Bridge, Fort Pocahontas, Haw's Shop, Hanover Court House (killed) KIA on June 1, 1864 at the battle of Hanover Court House, VA.
Baker, Richard S. Franklin 14th NC Volunteers,
24th NC Regiment
Company K
Poplar Spring Grays
June 17, 1861,
May 15, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. David W. Spivey,
Capt. Janadius H. Baker
Seven Pines (wounded)(?), Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Boon's Mill, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg, Battle of the Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill (POW) Absent wounded from May 31, 1862 through August 13, 1862. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Baker, Thomas W. Cumberland 43rd NC Regiment Company D February 21, 1862,
March 24, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Cary W. Whitaker Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (mortally wounded/POW) Was a Private in Company F of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment). Arm amputated, died at Gettysburg Hospital on July 26, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Balding, David R. Clay 39th NC Regiment Company E October 26, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. George G. Bristol 1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Resaca, Adairsville, New Hope Church, Pine Mountain, Latimer's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, Ezra Church Was a Sergeant. KIA at either the battle of Peachtree Creek or Ezra Church. No further info.
Baldwin, Joseph A. Columbus Independent Company,

Independent Company
Buie's Company,

McDugald's Company
February 10, 1863,

October 28, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Duncan M. Buie,

Capt. William J. McDugald
Fort Anderson, Town Creek, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Earlier, a Private and a Sergeant in Company H of the 18th NC Regiment. Buie's Company became McDugald's Company on October 28, 1864. Led the company on April 1, May 22, June 1, and August 1, 1863, then in July-August of 1864. Most likely led the company after Capt. McDugald died on April 1, 1865. Surrendered at Bennett Place on April 26, 1865.
Baldwin, Thomas Roper Richmond 52nd NC Regiment Company E
Richmond Regulators
April 14, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin F. Little Goldsborough Bridge, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown Resigned on August 31, 1863 due to disease of the testicles; accepted on September 11, 1863.
Baldwin, William Gaston Columbus 8th NC Volunteers,



20th NC Regiment
Company H
Columbus Guards No. 1,

Company K
Columbus Guards No. 2
April 22, 1861,



April 12, 1863
1st Lieutenant,



2nd Lieutenant
Capt. John W. Ellis,



Capt. David J. Broadhurst
Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (POW) Not re-elected when the 8th NC Volunteers re-organized on April 24, 1862. Later, a Private in Company G of the 41st NC Regiment (3rd Cavalry). Transferred to the 20th NC Regiment as 2nd Lieutenant of Company K, on April 12, 1863. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, exchanged on March 20, 1864. Promoted to Captain while in captivity.
Baley, Dempsey [SC] Independent Company,

Barnett's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Watts's Company-Senior Reserves

Company E,

Company E
June 23, 1864,

late-August, 1864,

November 28, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Watts Coosawhatchie, Siege of Savannah, Tuliffiny Iron Works, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. James A. Barnett's Battalion-Senior Reserves in late-August, 1864, then re-assigned to the 7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on November 28, 1864.
Ball, Dotson S. Madison 64th NC Regiment Company A March 30, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Melvin E. Carter Morristown, Lick Creek, Warm Springs, Asheville Earlier, a Private in Company B of the 6th NC Volunteers. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Ball, Henry N. Franklin 8th NC Regiment Company F Lieutenant Capt. John E. Duggar Was a Private. Promoted to Lieutenant sometime between October 31, 1864 and April 9, 1865. Paroled on April 26, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Ballance, James W. Currituck 8th NC Regiment Company B
Shaw Guards
May 14, 1863,
January 14, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas J. Jarvis 2nd Fort Wagner, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, Plymouth, 2nd Drewry's Bluff Was a Sergeant. Killed at Bermuda Hundred (?) on May 21, 1864.
Ballard, J.C. Wayne Clark's Special Battalion of NC Militia Company K
Brown's Company
February 28, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Alexander Brown 1st New Bern
Ballard, John Anson 43rd NC Regiment Company I
Anson Regulators
February 25, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Robert T. Hall Malvern Hill Was a Private in Company C of the 4th NC Volunteers. Resigned on December 25, 1862 due to ill health; accepted on January 19, 1863. Later, re-enlisted as a Private.
Ballard, Matthew T. Anson 31st NC Regiment Company B
O.K. Boys
November 28, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Edward R. Liles Roanoke Island Was a Private. Either not at or not captured at the battle of Roanoke Island. One source claims he was a POW, but company records do not agree. Resigned on June 6, 1862; accepted on June 14, 1862. Later a Private in Company C of the 14th NC Regiment.
Ballard, Robert E. Franklin 15th NC Regiment,


32nd NC Regiment
Company L
Franklin Rifles,

2nd Company K
Franklin Rifles
May 2, 1862,


July 4, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. James I. Foster Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (wounded), Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, New Market, Cold Harbor, Lynchburg, Fort Stevens, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove On July 4, 1862, the entire Company L of the 15th NC Regiment was transferred to the 32nd NC Regiment and became 2nd Company K. Absent wounded from July 3, 1863 through December 1863. December 1864, reported under arrest, details not provided. Absent on furlough during January-February 1865. Not with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA. Paroled on May 15, 1865 at Raleigh, NC.
Ballard, William H. Franklin 5th NC Volunteers,


15th NC Regiment
Company E,


Company E
May 16, 1861,
July 9, 1861,

May 2, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant,

"  "
Capt. Willie Perry, Jr.,
"   "

"   "
Siege of Yorktown, Lee's Mill, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill (wounded) Absent wounded from July 1, 1862 through September 1862, then AWOL through February 1863, returned to duty prior to July 1, 1863. Promoted to Captain while recuperating.
Ballenger, Joseph D. Craven 31st NC Regiment Company K September 17, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph Whitty White Hall, 2nd Fort Wagner, Smithfield Was a Sergeant, and captured at the battle of Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged. Resigned on April 15, 1864; accepted on April 23, 1864. Came in for parole on May 15, 1865 at Goldsborough, NC.
Ballentine, John W. Nash 7th NC Regiment Company E December 16, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joshua W. Vick Wilderness (wounded), Siege of Petersburg,  Jones' Farm (wounded) Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Fredericksburg, VA. Absent wounded from May 5, 1864 through August 1864. Absent wounded from September 30, 1864 through December 1864. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Ballew, Joseph R. Caldwell 26th NC Regiment Company F
Hilbriten Guards
June 15, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Nathaniel P. Rankin Bogue Island, 1st New Bern Promoted to Captain.
Ballinger, Michael Catawba Independent Company,

4th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Smith's Company - Senior Reserves,

Company C
June 23, 1864,

August 6, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Marcus M. Smith Salisbury This Independent Company was assigned to the 4th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on August 6, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war. Last name might be Bollinger.
Bamberger, Jacob Columbus 51st NC Regiment Company H
Columbus Light Infantry
October 7, 1862,
December 11, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Samuel W. Maultsby, Sr. Skirmish Near Deep Gully, Goldsborough Bridge, 2nd Fort Wagner Was a Sergeant. Wilmington Hospital from January 1864 till he resigned on March 14, 1864, but resignation was disapproved. Reported AWOL on April 8, 1864. Dropped from the rolls on July 16, 1864.
Bandy, James Marcus Catawba 8th NC Battalion - Junior Defense,

3rd NC Regiment Junior Defense
"    "
Company B,

Company E
"    "
June 4, 1864,

January 3, 1865,
February 10, 1865
3rd Lieutenant,

3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Junius R. Gaither Stony Creek Raid, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Wilmington Hospital on August 24, 1864 with remitten bilious fever; sick through August 31, 1864. The 8th NC Battalion-Junior Reserves was merged into the 3rd NC Regiment Junior Reserves on January 3, 1865. Commanded Company E January-February 1865. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Banks, Charles R. Cumberland 2nd NC Battalion - Local Defense Company C September 2, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. George W. Decker Present through December 1864, no further records.
Banner, Frank V. Surry 21st NC Regiment Company C
Blue Ridge Riflemen
June 5, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Byrd Snow 2nd Winchester, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (wounded), 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Valley Campaigns, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Lynchburg, Monocacy Junction, Fort Stevens, Stephenson's Depot, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill (POW) Was a Private and a Corporal. Absent wounded from July 1, 1863 through unspecified date (assume through December 1863). POW at Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Banner, Henry Clay Forsyth 48th NC Regiment Company K
Confederate Guards
March 25, 1862,
September 27, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Jesse W. Atwood,
Capt. John C. Stafford
Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, 1st Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg (mortally wounded) Died at Jarratt's Hotel in Petersburg, VA on Decemvber 21, 1862 due to wounds received at the battle of Fredericksburg, VA.
Banner, William O.T. Surry 21st NC Regiment,


2nd NC Regiment
Company I
Surry Marksmen,

2nd Company A
June 5, 1861,


September 9, 1862,
May 28, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,


3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. John C. Gilmer,


Capt. James R. Waugh,
Capt. William M. Norman
1st Manassas,  Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 1st Kellysville, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville (POW) Re-elected when the 21st NC Regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862, but he declined. Then, joined 2nd NC Regiment. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bannerman, Alexander W. New Hanover 3rd NC Regiment Company K
Holly Shelter Volunteers
May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. David Williams Resigned on January 13, 1862 due to disability. Later served in Company C of the 59th NC Regiment (4th Cavalry).
Banning, Rufus P. Henderson Independent Company,

6th NC Battalion - Infantry,

60th NC Regiment
Henderson Rangers,

Company D,

Company D
July 10, 1862,

August 1, 1862,

October 8, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Charles M. Fletcher 2nd Murfreesboro This Independent Company was assigned to the newly-created 6th NC Battalion-Infantry on August 1, 1862, which grew into the 60th NC Regiment on October 8, 1862. Resigned on May 3, 1863 due to chronic bronchitis; accepted on May 16, 1863.
Barbee, Mordecai B. Wake 6th NC Regiment,


City Battalion of Raleigh
Company I
Cedar Fork Rifles,

Company A
May 16, 1861,


June 23, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,


3rd Lieutenant
Capt. Richard W. York,


Capt. W.L. Brodie
1st Manassas, Barhamsville, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, 1st Rappahannock Station, Thoroughfare Gap, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Resigned on October 4, 1862 "under charges of bad conduct at Seven Pines and Gaines's Mill;" accepted on October 23, 1862. Later, a 3rd Lt. in the City Battalion of Raleigh. Unclear when this battalion ended.
Barbee, William A. Chatham Independent Company,

Moss's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

6th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Pilkinton's Company-Senior Reserves

Company E,

Company E
July 26, 1864,

September 29, 1864,

December 5, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. John M. Pilkinton This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. Adolphus A. Moss's Battalion-Senior Reserves on September 29, 1864, then re-assigned to the 6th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 5, 1864.
Barber, Joseph Rowan 4th NC Regiment Company B February 25, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Jesse E. Stansill Chancellorsville (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Lost his right arm at Chancellorsville, VA. Absent wounded until he was retired in June of 1864. Took the Oath of Allegiance on June 26, 1865 at Salisbury, NC.
Barden, Isaac V. Wayne Independent Company Bass's Company November 30, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William R. Bass 2nd Kinston, Cox's Bridge Was a Sergeant in Company K of the 27th NC Regiment, then a Private in Company D of the 8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers, then a Private in Company L of the 66th NC Regiment, then a Private in this unit. Possibly assigned to the 68th NC Regiment in the Fall of 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Barden, John Sampson Independent Company,

Hooks' Battalion - Senior Reserves,

8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Bryan's Company-Senior Reserves

Company B,

Company B
May, 1864,

May 31, 1864,

December 22, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Bryan 1st Fort Fisher, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Maj. Boaz F. Hooks' Battalion-Senior Reserves on May 31, 1864, then re-assigned to the 8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 22, 1864.
Barden, Reddin C. Wayne 27th NC Regiment,


8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers,

66th NC Regiment,

Independent Company
Company K
Saulston Volunteers,

Company D

Company L,

Bass's Company
June 10, 1861,


February 5, 1863,

October 2, 1863,

November 30, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. Benjamin T. Bardin,


Capt. William R. Bass,

Capt. William R. Bass,

Capt. William R. Bass
1st New Bern, Skirmishes at Core Creek, 2nd Kinston, Cox's Bridge Not re-elected when the 27th NC Regiment re-organized on April 22, 1862. Later, 1st Lieutenant of Company D in the 8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers, then in Company L of the 66th NC Regiment, then in Bass's Independent Company. Possibly assigned to the 68th NC Regiment in the Fall of 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war. (aka Redding C. Bardin).
Barfield, Stephen A. Bladen 7th NC Battalion - Junior Reserves,

3rd NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company C,

Company I
June 2, 1864,

January 3, 1865
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Donald McQueen,

Capt. Angus B. McCallum
Stony Creek Raid, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Kinston Resigned on November 27, 1864, apparently accepted on December 20, 1864, but still transferred to 3rd NC Regiment Junior Reserves on January 3, 1865. Resigned again in February 1865 because he turned 18 years old; accepted on March 9, 1865.
Barker, Edward R. Ashe 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company A October 5, 1864,
December 5, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. John L. Smith Burgess Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Boydton Plank Road, Five Forks, Namozine Church Was a Corporal, and wounded at Willis's Church, VA. Then a courier.
Barker, William Rowan Gibbs' Prison Guard Battalion Company C February 4, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph M. Roark Apparently resigned on February 28, 1862, that's when L.W. Crawford was appointed 2nd Lieutenant.
Barlow, David H. Edgecombe 15th NC Regiment Company I
Confederate Guard
January 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Edwin D. Foxhall Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Reams Station (wounded), Burgess' Mill, Dabney's Mill, 3rd Petersburg (POW) Was a Private and a Corporal, and captured at Boonsboro Gap, exchanged. Then a Sergeant and 3rd Lieutenant. Absent wounded from August 25, 1862 through October 29, 1864. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Barnard Hezekiah E. Buncombe Independent Company,

69th NC Regiment
(7th Cavalry)
Barnard's Company,


Company K
January 1, 1865,


January 11, 1865
1st Lieutenant Capt. Job D. Barnard Asheville This Independent Company was assigned to the 69th NC Regiment (7th Cavalry) on January 11, 1865. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Barnard, Andrew J. Clay Folk's Battalion,

7th NC Battalion - Cavalry,

65th NC Regiment
(6th Cavalry)
Company B,

Company B,


Company F
July 15, 1862,

September 12, 1862,


August 3, 1863
2nd Lieutenant Capt. William P. Moore Simpson's Ford, Monticello, Garysville, Leet's Tanyard, Chickamauga, Philadelphia (TN), Cobb's Mills, Jackson's Mills, Spring Green, Butler's Bridge, Poplar Point, Fort Branch, 2nd Kinston Folk's Battalion was redesignated as the 7th NC Battalion-Cavalry on September 12, 1862, and then assigned to the 65th NC Regiment (6th Cavalry) on August 3, 1863. Present through December 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Barnard, J.D. Allen's Legion Company K August 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. William E. Tilson Name appears on a pay voucher dated October 28, 1862, states he was paid for service during August 1862. No further records. Possibly the same man as Jobe Dillingham Barnard below.
Barnard, Job D. Buncombe Independent Company Barnard's Company October 20, 1864 1st Lieutenant [no captain] Promoted to Captain on January 1, 1865.
Barnard, Jobe Dillingham Buncombe 25th NC Regiment Company K
Black Mountain Guards
July 23, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Charles M. Roberts Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 28, 1862
Barnard, Virgil Clay 7th NC Battalion - Cavalry,

65th NC Regiment
(6th Cavalry)
Company B,


Company F
June 6, 1863,


August 3, 1863
3rd Lieutenant Capt. William P. Moore Simpson's Ford, Monticello, Garysville, Leet's Tanyard, Chickamauga, Philadelphia (TN), Cobb's Mills, Jackson's Mills, Spring Green, Butler's Bridge, Poplar Point, Fort Branch, 2nd Kinston Was a Sergeant. The 7th NC Battalion-Cavalry was assigned to the 65th NC Regiment (6th Cavalry) on August 3, 1863. Present through October 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Barnes, Bennett Wilson 43rd NC Regiment Company C August 2, 1862,
January 22, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. James S. Woodard Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Valley Campaigns, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Lynchburg, Buford's Gap, 2nd Harper's Ferry, 2nd Hagerstown, Monocacy Junction, Fort Stevens, Snicker's Gap, 2nd Kernstown, Cameron's Depot, Smithfield Crossing, Berryville, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Mt. Jackson, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Captured at Richmond Hospital on April 3, 1865. Paroled on May 2, 1865 at Richmond, VA.
Barnes, Bennett G. Wayne 27th NC Regiment Company K
Saulston Volunteers
April 22, 1862,
July 18, 1862,
August 30, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
3rd Lieutenant
Capt. James M. Gardner,
Capt. Hopton H. Coor,
Capt. Berry Parks
Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg (wounded), Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, South Anna Bridge, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Polegreen Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill Was a Private. Absent wounded from September 17, 1862 through November 1862. Present through February  1865. Not with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Barnes, Bunyan J. Wilson 2nd NC Regiment Company B March 20, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John C. Gorman Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Monocacy Junction, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Hare's Hill, Siege of Petersburg (POW) Was a Sergeant. Wounded at Malvern Hill, VA as a Sergeant. POW at Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Barnes, Calvin Wilson 2nd NC Regiment Company B May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. John Howard Promoted to Captain of 1st Company A, which became 2nd Company H in the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery).
Barnes, Frank W. Wilson 59th NC Regiment
(4th Cavalry)
Company H December 17, 1864 2nd Lieutenant [Captain a POW] Boydton Plank Road, Five Forks, Namozine Church, Amelia Court House, Appomattox Court House Was a Private and a Sergeant. Reported present through December 1864; assumed he remained until the end of the war.
Barnes, George B. Northampton 56th NC Regiment Company E
Moore Guards
April 1, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph G. Lockhart Appointed AQM on August 1, 1862.
Barnes, J.B. Halifax 16th NC Battalion - Cavalry Company C July 11, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William K. Lane This unit was Company F in the 7th Confederate Cavalry, and re-assigned to the 16th NC Battalion-Cavalry on July 11, 1864. Barnes was a POW when re-assigned to the 16th NC Battalion-Cavalry, never on active duty. POW at Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Barnes, James H. Wilson 55th NC Regiment Company A April 1, 1862,
May 20, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William J. Bullock Resigned on June 7, 1862, details not provided.
Barnes, Jesse D. Wilson 61st NC Regiment Company F
Trio Guards
October 15, 1863,
May 30, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Andrew J. Moore,
Capt. William A. Darden, Jr.
Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff (wounded), 2nd Petersburg, The Crater (killed) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from May 16, 1864 through mid-June 1864. KIA on July 30, 1864 at The Crater, VA.
Barnes, John C. Robeson 31st NC Regiment Company A May 20, 1863,
May 16, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Samuel P. Collins,
Capt. John F. Forte
2nd Fort Wagner, Smithfield, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Fort Harrison (POW) Was a Private in Company F, then a Private here, then a Corporal. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 10, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Barnes, John W. Wilson 5th NC Regiment Company G July 28, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Norman A.H. Goddin Was a Sergeant. Died on August 21, 1862 at Camp Wigfall near Manassas, VA of Typhoid Fever.
Barnes, Rory Harnett 15th NC Regiment Company F
Harnett Light Infantry
August 1, 1862,
September 13, 1863,
May 31, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Addison D. Cutts,
"   "
Capt. Daniel E. Green
Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station (wounded), Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Reams Station, Burgess' Mill, Dabney's Mill Was a Private. Absent wounded from October 14, 1863 through December 1863. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC. Not with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Barnes, Ruffin Wilson 43rd NC Regiment Company C January 22, 1862,
July 28, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James S. Woodard Malvern Hill Promoted to Captain.
Barnes, Simon A. New Hanover 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
2nd Company D
Anderson's Artillery
July 19, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Edward B. Dudley Harrison's Old Field, 2nd Fort Fisher Was a Sergeant. Present through August 1864.  Apparently not captured at 2nd Fort Fisher.
Barnett, Absalom Person 14th NC Volunteers Company A May 5, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John G. Dillehay Resigned six days later on May 11, 1861.
Barnett, Addison D. Chatham 35th NC Regiment Company D
Haw River Boys
January 11, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Robert E. Petty Siege of Petersburg (wounded), Hare's Hill (POW) Was a Private, and captured at the battle of Harper's Ferry, MD, POW, exchanged. Then a Corporal and a 2nd Lieutenant. Absent wounded from June 17, 1864 through unspecified date (assume through August 1864). Acting Commander of this Company during November 1864 through March 1865. POW at Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Barnett, James A. Granville 30th NC Regiment Company G
Granville Rangers
September 7, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Richard P. Taylor Promoted to Captain.
Barnett, John W. Mecklenburg 49th NC Regiment Company F
Mecklenburg Guards
April 21, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. James T. Davis Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill (killed) KIA on July 1, 1862 at the battle of Malvern Hill, VA.
Barnett, Robert S. Granville Independent Company,

3rd NC Battalion - Senior Reserves
Blackley's Company,

Company C
April 1864,

September 14, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin J. Blackley This Independent Company was assigned to the 3rd NC Battalion-Senior Reserves on September 14, 1864.
Barnett, William P. Mecklenburg 49th NC Regiment Company F
Mecklenburg Guards
July 16, 1863,
September 16, 1863,
May 4, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James T. Davis,
Capt. James P. Ardrey
"   "
Boon's Mill, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff (killed) Was a Private. KIA on May 16, 1864 at the battle of 2nd Drewry's Bluff, VA.
Barnhardt, Marshal L. Cabarrus 8th NC Regiment Company H March 19, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Rufus A. Barrier 2nd Fort Wagner, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, Plymouth, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Fort Harrison (POW) Was a Sergeant, and captured at Roanoke Island. POW, paroled, exchanged. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 14, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Barr, John W. [VA] Thomas's Legion Capt. John T. Levi's Battery May 15, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. John T. Levi Strawberry Plains, Limestone Station, 1st Carter's Depot, Blue Springs, Henderson's Mill Was a Private. Promoted to Captain.
Barr, William H. New Hanover 3rd NC Regiment Company D September 17, 1862,
-
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John F.S. Van Blokken Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded) 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Payne's Farm Was a Sergeant. Wounded at the battle of Sharpsburg, MD as a Sergeant. Resignation accepted on February 10, 1864 due inability to support his family.
Barrett, Alexander Moore 49th NC Regiment Company D June 9, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William M. Black Bottom's Bridge, Boon's Mill, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg, Avery's Farm, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Hare's Hill, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks, Farmville Was a Private. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Barrett, David Samuel Moore 49th NC Regiment Company D March 3, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. William M. Black Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, 1st Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bottom's Bridge, Boon's Mill Promoted to Captain.
Barrett, John W. Nash 2nd NC Volunteers,




12th NC Regiment,


32nd NC Regiment
Company I
Nash Boys,


2nd Company H
Drake's Company,

2nd Company H
Drake's Company
May 1, 1861,
September 30, 1861,
October 26, 1861,


May 1, 1862,


July 22, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant
Capt. William T. Williams,
Capt. Samuel S. Vick,
Capt. William H. Blount,


Capt. John J. Drake,


"   "
Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill Transferred to 2nd Company H on May 1, 1862. 2nd Company H of the 12th NC Regiment was re-assigned as 2nd Company H in the 32nd NC Regiment on July 22, 1862. Present through April 22, 1865
Barrett, John W. Nash 12th NC Regiment,

32nd NC Regiment
2nd Company H,

2nd Company H
March 8, 1862,

July 22, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. John T. Drake Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, New Market, Cold Harbor, Lynchburg, Fort Stevens, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville, Appomattox Court House Company pulled into the 12th NC Regiment on May 1, 1862. Re-assigned to the 32nd NC Regiment on July 4, 1862. Commanded 2nd Company B during May-October 1864. Also commanded 2nd Company K during September-October 1864.
Barrett, Joseph B. Lenoir 27th NC Regiment Company E
Marlboro Guards
April 29, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. William H. Morrill 1st New Bern, Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg (killed) KIA on September 17, 1862 at the battle of Sharpsburg, MD.
Barrett, Lycurgus J. Lenoir 27th NC Regiment Company E
Marlboro Guards
October 7, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Morrill 1st New Bern Was a Corporal. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 22, 1862. Later, Captain of Company H in the CSA 7th Cavalry.
Barrett, William A. Moore 49th NC Regiment Company D March 3, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William M. Black Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill Resigned on July 13, 1862 to become a colporteur; accepted on July 18, 1862.
Barrier, Jacob W. Cabarrus 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company F
Cabarrus Rangers
November 8, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Noah P. Foard Stony Creek Raid, Boydton Plank Road, Five Forks, Namozine Church (POW) Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Barrier, Wiley Alexander Cabarrus 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company F
Cabarrus Rangers,

Company I
May 16, 1861,


September 28, 1861
2nd Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant
Capt. Rufus C. Barringer,


Capt. William J. Houston
Vienna, Dranesville, Willis's Church, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing, Rainbow Banks, White Oak Swamp Bridge, Harper's Ferry, Middletown, Burkittsville, Sharpsburg, Raid on Chambersburg, Barbee's Crossroads, Fredericksburg, Raid on Dumfries, Burke's Station, 1st Kellysville, Brandy Station, Aldie, Middleburg Promoted to Captain.
Barrington, Adam Craven Independent Company,
"

40th NC Regiment
(3rd Artillery)
Gatlin Artillery,
Bay River Artillery,

Company D
Bay River Artillery
October 28, 1861,
January 1, 1863,


December 1, 1863
1st Lieutenant Capt. James S. Lane Harrison's Old Field, 2nd Fort Fisher (POW) Independent Company first known as Gatlin Artillery, changed its name to Bay River Artillery on January 1, 1863. Assigned to the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery) on December 1, 1863. POW at Fort Columbus, NY. Exchanged at James River, VA on March 5, 1865.
Barrington, Stephen G. Craven 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
1st Company I
Whitford's Battery
September 20, 1861,
December 1, 1861
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John N. Whitford This unit was re-organized on April 16, 1863 as the 1st Battalion NC Local Defense Troops, and was later folded into the 67th NC Regiment. Promoted to Captain in that battalion.
Barron, Charles H. Edgecombe 8th NC Regiment Company C May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Henry McRae Chicamacomico, Roanoke Island (POW), Goldsborough Bridge Was a Private in Company I of the 15th NC Regiment. POW, paroled on February 21, 1862, exchanged in August 1862. Promoted to Captain.
Barrow, David B. Forsyth 11th NC Volunteers Company D
Forsyth Rifles
May 22, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Alfred H. Belo 1st Manassas Appointed Adjutant in November 1861. Transferred back on March 1, 1862. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862. Later, Captain of Company K.
Barrow, James L. Forsyth 57th NC Regiment Company D July 4, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. James E. Mann Fredericksburg Died in Richmond Hospital on December 26, 1862 of Typhoid Fever.
Barrow, Reuben A. Forsyth 21st NC Regiment Company D
Forsyth Rifles
May 4, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. John W. Miller Was a Private and a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Barrow, Thaddeus P. Beaufort 3rd NC Regiment Company I
Jeff Davis Rifles
October 9, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Irving C. Stone Bristoe Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania (POW) Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant. Wounded at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA as a Sergeant. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Fort Pulaski, GA, back to Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Basinger, James Rowan 34th NC Regiment Company D
Oakland Guards
July 20, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William L. J. Lowrance Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg (mortally wounded) Was a Sergeant. Died at home on November 21, 1862 from wounds received at the battle of Sharpsburg, MD.
Bason, James D. Alamance 3rd NC Volunteers,
13th NC Regiment
Company E
Alamance Regulators
November 5, 1861,
April 26, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas Ruffin, Jr.,
[No Captain Yet]
Siege of Yorktown, Lee's Mill, Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, White Oak Swamp, Malvern Hill, 2nd Manassas, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded), Gettysburg (wounded), Barnett's Ford, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Fort Harrison, Jones's Farm Was a Sergeant. 1st wound - absent wounded from May 3, 1863 through June 9, 1863. 2nd wound - absent wounded from July 3, 1863 through August 1863. Promoted to Captain.
Bass, Thomas R. Wilson 55th NC Regiment Company A April 7, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Albert E. Upchurch Siege of Suffolk, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Kilpatrick-Dalhgren Raid, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Pegram's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, Boydton Plank Road, 3rd Petersburg Was a Sergeant. Unclear when his service ended. Most battles are "assumed." Not with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Bass, William R. Wayne 35th NC Regiment Company I
Wayne County Volunteers
October 11, 1861,
February 21, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Angus J. Finlayson 1st New Bern Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 21, 1862. Later, Captain of Company D in the 8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers, then Company L in the 66th NC Regiment.
Bateman, George W. Tyrrell 32nd NC Regiment Company A May 1, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Henry G. Lewis Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Died at Petersburg Hospital on August 8, 1862, details not provided.
Batson, William A. [GA] 64th NC Regiment Company B August 25, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William G.B. Morris 2nd Cumberland Gap (POW) Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant. POW at Louisville, KY, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Battle, Dossey Edgecombe 7th NC Regiment Company A,
Company I
August 6, 1863,
August 25, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John G. Knox,
Capt. Edward B. Roberts
Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm Was a Private and a Sergeant in the 12th NC Regiment. Paroled on April 9, 1865, serving as Aide-de-Camp for Brig. Gen. William G. Lewis.
Battle, Richard Henry Jr. Anson 43rd NC Regiment Company I
Anson Regulators
February 25, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Robert T. Hall Malvern Hill Resigned on September 2, 1862 to accept the offer to become Secretary to Gov. Zebulon B. Vance.
Battle, Wesley Lewis Orange 37th NC Regiment Company D
North Carolina Defenders
January 15, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Jackson L. Bost Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (mortally wounded) Was a Corporal in Company I of the 43rd NC Regiment. Died at Gettysburg Hospital on August 22, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Battley, William T. Cumberland 2nd NC Battalion - Local Defense Company E September 2, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Martin V.B. Talley Earlier, a Private in Company H of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment). Present through December 1864, no further records.
Baxter, Enoch F. Currituck 8th NC Regiment Company B
Shaw Guards
May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James M. Whitson Chicamacomico, Roanoke Island, Goldsborough Bridge Resigned on January 16, 1863, reason not provided.
Baxter, James Osborne Craven 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company B
Cogdell's Battery
January 11, 1863,
December 16, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Daniel Cogdell 2nd New Bern, Plymouth Was a Corporal and a Sergeant, and captured at Fort Macon, paroled, exchanged. Absent sick after July 30, 1864.
Beacocks, John B. Johnston 14th NC Volunteers Company E May 31, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Barney Lane
Beal, Dallas M. Northampton 12th NC Battalion - Cavalry,

59th NC Regiment
(4th Cavalry)
Company A,


Company I
April 1, 1864,


July 11, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Hickson E. Hoggard (AWOL),


[captain had deserted]
2nd Plymouth, 2nd Petersburg,
Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, Pegram's Farm, Burgess' Mill
Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. This unit was re-assigned to the 59th NC Regiment (4th Cavalry) on July 11, 1864. Present through October 1864. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA. Paroled on April 29, 1865 at Greensborough Hospital.
Beal, Peter S. Lincoln 52nd NC Regiment Company G
Spring Hill Guards
October 1, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Eric Erson Goldsborough Bridge, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness (POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Beale, J.A. Bertie Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves,

2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company B,

Company C
October 28, 1864,

December 7, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. James Q. Holland Stony Creek Raid, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville aka J.A. Beals. Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves was assigned to the 2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves on December 7, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Beall, James F. Davidson 11th NC Volunteers,
21st NC Regiment
Company A
Davidson Guards
July 8, 1861,
April 27, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Jacob C. Hedgecock 1st Manassas, 1st Winchester (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from May 25, 1862 through July 1862. Promoted to Captain while recuperating,  then Major.
Beall, Thomas B. Davidson 4th NC Volunteers Company I
Lexington Wild Cats
May 14, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Jesse Hargrave Siege of Yorktown, Lee's Mill Promoted to Captain when regiment was re-organized as the 14th NC Regiment.
Beam, George W. Lincoln 49th NC Regiment Company K
Pleasant Home Guards
May 20, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Peter Z. Baxter Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, 1st Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg Was a Sergeant. Resigned on October 13, 1862; accepted on November 8, 1862.
Beam, Oliver P. Cleveland 38th NC Regiment Company I
Cleveland Marksmen
November 21, 1861,
April 18, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Oliver P. Gardner,
Capt. David B. Magness
Mechanicsville (mortally wounded) Died on July 24, 1862 from wounds received at the battle of Mechanicsville, VA.
Beam, William P. Rutherford 34th NC Regiment Company B
Sandy Run Yellow Jackets
September 1, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph C. Byers Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded), Bristoe Station  Was a Private and a Sergeant. Absent wounded from May 3, 1863 through September 1863. Promoted to Captain.
Beaman, Henry C. Anson 43rd NC Regiment Company H
Fisher Light Infantry
September 25, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Hampton Beverly Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Valley Campaigns, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Leg amputated, absent wounded from May 30, 1864 through February 1865, no further records. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Beaman, John T. Hertford 15th NC Battalion - Cavalry Company A September 8, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. Marshal M. Wise Promoted to Captain.
Beaman, Joseph T. Hertford 59th NC Regiment
(4th Cavalry),

67th NC Regiment (?)
Company D,


Company A (?)
August 9, 1862,


September 4, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant
Capt. William Sharp Transferred to Company A of the 67th NC Regiment as a 1st Lieutenant on September 24, 1863 (not found in their records)
Beamer, Hasten Surry 2nd NC Regiment Detailed Men Company D September 26, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John F. Stephens
Beamer, Logan Surry 53rd NC Regiment Company E
Farmer Boys
January 6, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Robert D. Hill Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Manassas Gap, Jeffersonton, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Harper's Ferry, Monocacy Junction, Fort Stevens, Snicker's Gap, 2nd Kernstown, Smithfield Crossing, Berryville, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove (mortally wounded) Was a Corporal. Harrisonburg Hospital on October 19, 1864, transferred to Stanuton Hospital, where he died on October 29, 1864 from wounds received at the battle of Belle Grove (aka Cedar Creek), VA.
Bean, Moses Locke Rowan 4th NC Regiment Company K November 2, 1863,
< March 16, 1865
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Marcus Hofflin 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania (wounded), Valley Campaigns, Siege of Petersburg, Berryville, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Mt. Jackson, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville, Appomattox Court House Was a Sergeant. Richmond Hospital on May 15, 1864, how long not reported - assume absent wounded for 60 days. One source asserts he was promoted to Captain when Marcus Hofflin transferred to light duty; other sources say he was still a 1st Lieutenant. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Beard, W.J. 16th NC Battalion - Cavalry Company A July 11, 1864,
December 24, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. William A. Thompson 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Boydton Plank Road, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks, Namozine Church, Amelia Court House, Jetersville, Appomattox Court House This unit was Company E in the 62nd Regiment Georgia Cavalry, re-assigned to the 16th NC Battalion-Cavalry on July 11, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Beard, William W. Wilkes 37th NC Regiment Company F
Western Carolina Stars
September 24, 1861,
April 16, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William M. Barbour,
Capt. Daniel L. Clary
1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill (wounded) Absent wounded from June 27, 1862 until he resigned on September 14, 1863; accepted on October 9, 1863. Promoted to Captain while recuperating, never on active duty as a Captain.
Bearden, William M. Buncombe Coleman's Battalion Company D October 28, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Ambrose Gaines Not re-elected when this unit was merged into the 39th NC Regiment on May 19, 1862.
Beasley, William Fessenden Washington 48th NC Regiment Company H August 5, 1862,
February 10, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John H. Michael,
Capt. John F. Heitman
1st Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg (wounded), 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bristoe Station (wounded) 1st absent wounded from December 13, 1862 through April 1863. Then absent sick from May 25, 1863 to unspecified date (assume very short duration). 2nd absent wounded from October 14, 1863 through through April 1864. Then a Major and Lt. Colonel in the Junior Reserves.
Beasley, William R. Granville 44th NC Regiment Company A
Granville Regulators
March 10, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Tazewell L. Hargrove Tranter's Creek Appointed AQM on July 9, 1862, back-dated to May 19, 1862.
Beatty, George H. New Hanover 37th NC Regiment Company C
Mecklenburg Wide Awakes
August 1, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Owen N. Brown Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas (killed) Was a Private in Company K of the 18th NC Regiment. KIA on August 29, 1862 at the battle of 2nd Manassas, VA.
Beavans, William Halifax 43rd NC Regiment Company D April 23, 1862,
July 26, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Cary W. Whitaker Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Valley Campaigns, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Lynchburg, Buford's Gap, 2nd Harper's Ferry, 2nd Hagerstown, Monocacy Junction, Fort Stevens, Snicker's Gap (mortally wounded) Was a Private in Company I of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment). Died at Winchester, VA on July 31, 1864 from wounds received at the battle of Snicker's Gap, VA.
Beck, Silas C. Transylvania 62nd NC Regiment Company E July 14, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Lambert C. Neill Died from eating poisoned apples at Carter's Depot, TN on November 16, 1862.
Beckham, Julius A. Alexander Maj. Andrew A. Hill's Battalion - Senior Reserves Company D September 26, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Wilson Unclear when this battalion ended.
Belcher, John B. Edgecombe 61st NC Regiment Company F
Trio Guards
June 8, 1864,
July 30, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. William A. Darden, Jr. Cold Harbor, 2nd Petersburg, Siege of Petersburg, The Crater, Fort Harrison, Burgess' Mill, 2nd Fort Fisher, Sugar Loaf, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Sergeant. Sick in hospital from August 2, 1864 through October 1864. Commanded Company F during September-December 1864. No further records. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Belk, John Union 48th NC Regiment Company E January 24, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William A. Laney 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station (killed) Was a Private and a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Fredericksburg, VA. Promoted to 2nd Liuetenant while recuperating, returned to active duty by March 1, 1863. KIA on August 25, 1864 at the battle of 2nd Reams Station, VA.
Belk, Samuel E. Mecklenburg 53rd NC Regiment Company B April 30, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Joseph H. White Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (wounded/POW) POW on July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg Hospital, left arm amputated, then Baltimore Hospital, then Fort McHenry, MD, then Point Lookout, MD, exchanged on March 3, 1864. Absent sick until he resigned on January 16, 1865; accepted on February 8, 1865.
Bell, Alonzo E. Camden Independent Company

Williams' Battalion /
1st NC Battalion Infantry,

32nd NC Regiment
Jonesborough Guards

Company I
Jonesborough Guards,

1st Company I
Jonesborough Guards
May 31, 1861,


September 26, 1861


March 17, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. William A. Duke Hatteras Inlet Batteries (POW) POW taken to Governor's Island in New York Harbor, then to Fort Warren in Boston Harbor. Exchanged on January 11, 1862. This Independent Company was merged into Williams' Battalion on September 26, 1862, which evolved into the 1st NC Battalion Infantry on November 29, 1861, which evolved into the 32nd NC Regiment on March 17, 1862. Mustered out on April 2, 1862 since year's service was completed.
Bell, Charles Edwin Mecklenburg 30th NC Regiment Company K September 13, 1861,
September 27, 1861
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James T. Kell,
Capt. Benjamin F. Morrow
Resigned on March 14, 1862, details not provided.
Bell, Durand H.L. Carteret Independent Company Cox's Company February 11, 1862 2nd Lieutenant
(Brevet)
Capt. Guilford W. Cox 1st New Bern Either captured or deserted at the battle of 1st New Bern, NC on March 14, 1862. No further records.
Bell, James W. Macon 16th NC Regiment Company H April 26, 1862,
July 14, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James L. Robinson Fort Magruder, Seven Pines (wounded), Cedar Run, 2nd Manassas (wounded), Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (wounded), Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Fort Harrison, Jones's Farm, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Boydton Plank Road, 3rd Petersburg (wounded) Was a Drummer. 1st absent wounded from May 3, 1862 through July 1862. Captured at Warrenton on October 1, 1862, paroled, exchanged on November 18, 1862, returned to active duty on January 31, 1863. 3rd absent wounded from July 3, 1863 through December 1863; promoted while recuperating. 4th wounding at Farmville Hospital, where he was paroled on April 11-21, 1865.
Bell, John J. Rowan 8th NC Regiment Company K May 16, 1861,
December 31, 1861
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Pinkney A. Kennerly Chicamacomico, Roanoke Island (POW) POW, paroled on February 21, 1862, exchanged in August 1862. Resigned on September 19, 1862; accepted on October 15, 1862.
Bell, Robert N. New Hanover 3rd NC Regiment Company G September 17, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Edward H. Rhodes Was a Sergeant in Company F. Resigned on May 30, 1862.
Bell, Robert R. Sampson 38th NC Regiment Company D
Sampson Plowboys
October 22, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. John Ashford Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mil, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing Resigned on July 19, 1862 due to debility; accepted on July 24, 1862.
Bell, Robert S. [VA] 54th NC Regiment Company E
Highland Guards
February 4, 1863,
June 12, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Dabney W. Parks,
Capt. Lunsford A. Paschall
2nd Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, 1st Hagerstown, Somerville Ford, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station (POW) Was a Sergeant Major in the 18th VA Battalion Heavy Artillery. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bell, Walter R. Duplin 51st NC Regiment Company B
Warsaw Sampsons
February 15, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Caleb B. Hobson Goldsborough Bridge Promoted to Captain.
Bell, William T. Northampton 2nd NC Volunteers,

Williams' Battalion /
1st NC Battalion Infantry,

32nd NC Regiment
Company N
Moody's Company,

Company C,

Company C
July 29, 1861,


September 26, 1861,

March 17, 1862
3rd Lieutenant Capt. John M. Moody, Jr. Company transferred  from the 2nd NC Volunteers to Williams' Battalion on September 26, 1861, which became the 1st NC Battalion Infantry on November 29, 1861. Then merged into the 32nd NC Regiment on March 17, 1862. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 1, 1862.
Belo, Robert William Forsyth 56th NC Regiment Company H
Pettigrew Guards
March 1, 1863,
September 18, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. William G. Graves 1st Gum Swamp, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bottom's Bridge, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff (wounded/POW) Was a Sergeant. Wilson Hospital from September to December 1863. POW, right foot amputated at Fort Monroe, VA, exchanged at James River, VA on August 22, 1864. Richmond Hospital. Furloughed on August 25, 1864. Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant while recuperating. Retired on January 24, 1865 to the NC Invalid Corps.
Benbury, John Avery Chowan 1st NC  Regiment Company A
Albemarle Guard
May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Tristrim L. Skinner Promoted to Captain.
Benbury, Lemuel Creecy Chowan 1st NC Regiment Company A
Albemarle Guards
May 16, 1861
April 21, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Tristrim L. Skinner,
Capt. John A. Benbury
Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Elected to represent Chowan County in the NC House of Commons in 1862; resigned his commission on September 28, 1862.
Bennett, Daniel K. Brunswick 20th NC Regiment Company G
Brunswick Guards
July 31, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John S. Brooks Raccoon Ford, Bristoe Campaign Was a Private in Company C of the 30th NC Regiment.  Promoted to Captain. Promoted to Captain on November 4, 1863, back-dated to same date as 2nd Lieutenant.
Bennett, Daniel K. Brunswick 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
Company K
Brunswick Artillery
February 19, 1862,
February 28, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John D. Taylor Promoted to Captain.
Bennett, Hugh Caldwell Burke Independent Company,

41st NC Regiment
(3rd Cavalry)
Davis Dragoons,

Company F
Davis Dragoons
May 13, 1862,


September 3, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Elisha A. Perkins Big Northeast Bridge,Siege of Suffolk, South Anna Bridge, Greenville, 2nd New Bern, Block House, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Meadow Bridge, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Haw's Shop, Hanover Court House, Ashland (wounded) Was a Corporal. This Independent Company was assigned to the 41st NC Regiment (5th Cavalry) on September 3, 1862. Absent wounded from June 1, 1864 then on furlough through December 1864. No further records. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Bennett, Isham H. Warren 2nd NC Volunteers Company A
Warren Guards
April 18, 1861,
July 1861
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Benjamin O. Wade Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 1, 1862.
Bennett, James Surry 2nd NC Regiment Detailed Men Company D September 26, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John F. Stephens
Bennett, Jehu S. Chatham 49th NC Regiment 1st Company B
Chatham Cossacks
April 21, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Edward H. Ward Promoted to Captain.
Bennett, Solomon W. Brunswick 30th NC Regiment Company C
Brunswick Double Quicks
May 1, 1862,
August 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. David C. Allen Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded) Was a Private. Reported as Assistant Enrolling Officer for Brunswick County in November-December 1863, and in January-August 1864. Reported as Enrolling Officer for Robeson County on January 26 and April 3, 1865.
Benton, Bartley H. Union 2nd NC Battalion - Junior Reserves,
"    "

Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves,

2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company E,
"     "

Company F,

Company F
May 20, 1864,
July 7, 1864,

July 15, 1864,

December 7, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas C. Rowland,
"    "

Capt. Thomas C. Rowland,

No Captain
Stony Creek Raid, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville The 2nd NC Battalion-Junior Reserves was assigned to Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves on July 17, 1864, then re-assigned to the 2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves on December 7, 1864. Raleigh Hospital on August 29, 1864 with acute diarrhea; returned to active duty by October 31, 1864. Commanded Company F for the remainder of the war as 1st Lieutenant. Goldsborough Hospital on January 21, 1865, then moved to another hospital on the same day. Paroled on May 12, 1865 at Charlotte, NC.
Benton, Henry E. Cumberland Independent Company

36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
Blocker's Artillery

2nd Company C
Blocker's Artillery
August 9, 1862,

November 4, 1863
September 21, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Kinchen J. Braddy Harrison's Old Field, 2nd Fort Fisher (POW) Was a Sergeant. This unit remained as an Independent Company from February 15, 1862 to November 4, 1863, when the 1st Company C was transferred to the 13th NC Battalion. POW at Ft. Columbus, NC. Exchanged at City Point, VA on March 5, 1865.
Benton, James H. Sampson 38th NC Regiment Company C
Sampson Farmers
July 21, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. Owen L. Chesnutt Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, 3rd Petersburg (wounded) Was a Private in Company H of the 20th NC Regiment. Farmville Hospital from April 2, 1864 until he was paroled there on April 11-21, 1865.
Benton, James M. Rockingham 45th NC Regiment Company H
Rockingham Guards
September 4, 1862,
September 8, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. John W. Foster Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (killed) Was a Sergeant. KIA on July 1, 1863 at Gettysburg, PA.
Benton, William A. Anson 59th NC Regiment
(4th Cavalry)
Company A May 10, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Lewis A. Johnson Franklin, White Hall, Goldsborough Bridge, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, Aldie, Middleburg, Upperville, Gettysburg, Jack's Mountain, 1st Hagerstown, Culpeper Court House, Jack's Shop, Russell's Ford & James City, Raccoon Ford & Stevensburg (killed) KIA on October 11, 1863 at the engagement known as Raccoon Ford & Stevensburg, VA (near Culpeper Court House).
Bernard, George Carteret 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company G
Beaufort Harbor Guards
Lieutenant Capt. James L. Manney Goldsborough Bridge (mortally wounded) Nothing more known.
Bernard, William Pitt 27th NC Regiment Company H
Pitt Volunteers
August 20, 1861 2nd Lieutnant Capt. George B. Singletary Resigned prior to January 1, 1862, details not provided.
Berry, Andrew C. Cherokee Independent Company,

Walker's Battalion-Thomas's Legion
Berry's Company of Local Defense,

Company A
July 18, 1862,

October 1, 1862
3rd Lieutenant Capt. C.C. Berry Strawberry Plains, Limestone Station, 1st Carter's Depot, Blue Springs, Henderson's Mill This Independent Company was assigned to Walker's Battalion-Thomas's Legion on October 1, 1862. Reported AWOL from October 30, 1863 to February 29, 1864. Dropped from the rolls on March 23, 1864.
Berry, John H. Orange 31st NC Regiment Company E October 6, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Jesse Miller Roanoke Island (POW), White Hall, 2nd Fort Wagner, Smithfield, 2nd Drewry's Bluff (wounded), Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg,  Fort Harrison, 2nd Fort Fisher, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville POW at the battle of Roanoke Island, NC on February 8, 1862. Paroled on February 21, 1862, then formally exchanged in September of 1862. Richmond Hospital on May 16, 1864, absent wounded through unspecified date (assume through August 1864). Temporarily assigned (detailed) to command Company K during November-December 1864.
Berry, Joseph D. Perquimans 17th NC Regiment Company L
John Harvey Guards
August 3, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas H. Gilliam Siege of Petersburg, Fussell's Mill, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Private and a Corporal. Present through October 1864.
Berry, Pinkney Burke 35th NC Regiment Company K
Burke & Catawba Sampsons
October 13, 1862,
June 5, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James T. Johnson,
Capt. Philip J. Johnson
Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Boon's Mill, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Hare's Hill, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks (POW) Was a Corporal. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Berry, Richard T. Craven Clark's Special Battalion of NC Militia Company B
Guion's Company
January 20, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John A. Guion 1st New Bern
Bessent, Ransom P. Rowan 42nd NC Regiment 2nd Company B May 10, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. William H. Crawford Promoted to Captain/AQM on October 14, 1862.
Best, Benjamin James Greene 3rd NC Regiment Company A
Greene County Riflemen
January 21, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Henry H. Best Was a Sergeant. Resignation accepted on August 5, 1862 due to injury sustained in a railroad accident in March.
Best, Henry H. Greene 3rd NC Regiment Company A
Greene County Riflemen
May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Robert H. Drysdale Promoted to Captain.
Best, Robert A. Wayne 4th NC Regiment Company D
Goldsborough Volunteers
January 16, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Milton C. Hazelle Chancellorsville (killed) Was a Sergeant, and captured at Middletown, MD on September 15, 1862. POW at Fort Delware, DE until exchanged on November 10, 1862. Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant. KIA on May 3, 1863 at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Best, William Bright Wayne 50th NC Regiment Company D June 6, 1862,
October 15, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Henry J. Ryals Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Street's Ferry Was a Corporal and a Sergeant in Company H of the 2nd NC Regiment. Promoted to Captain.
Bethea, John P. Robeson 24th NC Regiment Company G
Highland Boys
Mar-Dec, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Archibald A. McIver Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill (mortally wounded) Was a Private and a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Sharpsburg, MD. Petersburg Hospital on March 25, 1865, where he died on March 30, 1865 from wounds received at the battle of Hare's Hill, VA.
Bethea, William J. Harnett 31st NC Regiment Company I
Cape Fear Boys
June 16, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Allen B. Parker 2nd Fort Wagner, Smithfield, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor (POW) Was a Private, and captured at the battle of Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged. Then a Sergeant and a 3rd Lieutenant. POW at Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bethel, George J. Rockingham 55th NC  Regiment Company B,

Company C
Cleveland Grays
March 29, 1862,

November 25, 1862,
March 12, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,

3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Abner S. Calloway,

Capt. Edward D. Dixon,
"     "
Siege of Suffolk, Gettysburg (POW) Was a Private in Company H of the 13th NC Regiment, then a Drillmaster at Raleigh. Transferred to Company C on November 25, 1862. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH. Paroled on February 24, 1865 and transferred to City Point, VA for exchange. Nothing more provided.
Betts, Anderson N. Harnett 31st NC Regiment Company C
Chalybeate Guards
October 4, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Andrew W. Betts Resigned on January 28, 1862, details not provided.
Beverly Hampton Anson 43rd NC Regiment Company H
Fisher Light Infantry
February 24, 1862,
March 24, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Walter J. Boggan,
Capt. John H. Coppedge
Malvern Hill Promoted to Captain.
Bevers, Charles Wesley Wake 14th NC Regiment Company K
Raleigh Rifles
April 27, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph Jones  Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg (POW), 1st Kellysville, Chancellorsville, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Raccoon Ford, Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (wounded), 3rd Winchester (POW) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, exchanged on November 10, 1862, rejoined the company in February 1863. Absent wounded from May 12, 1864 through August 1864. POW at Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bibb, James H. Pitt Independent Company Hart's Company - Senior Reserves September 1, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. Thomas W. Hart No further information.
Bickett, Thomas W. Union 10th NC Battalion - Heavy Artillery Company C
Monroe Heavy Artillery
February 18, 1862,
May 19, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Charles M.T. McCauley Jenk's Bridge, Siege of Savannah Detailed as Adjutant from January through June 1863. Appointed Assistant Surgeon on February 3, 1865.
Biddle, James W. Craven 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company H December 14, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. George S. Dewey Boydton Plank Road, Five Forks, Namozine Church Was a Private and a Sergeant. Present through December 1864. Battles listed after that are "most likely."
Biddle, Samuel Simpson, Jr. Craven Independent Company,

61st NC Regiment
Robinson Artillery,

Company C
July 2, 1862,

September 5, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. Edward Mallett 1st Kinston, Goldsborough Bridge, Grimball's Landing, Siege of Fort Wagner, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, 2nd Petersburg, Siege of Petersburg, The Crater Was a Sergeant. Independent Company originally assigned as 1st Company K in the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery), but was re-assigned as Infantry in Company C in the 61st NC Regiment on September 5, 1862, prior to officially joining the 40th NC Regiment. Led Company C March-August 1863 and March-April 1864. Biddle promoted to Captain on August 10, 1864.
Biggs, John Dawson Sr. Martin Independent Company,


61st NC Regiment
Lanier's Company,

Company H
Hill Guards
May 1, 1862,


September 29, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. William B. Lanier 1st Kinston, Goldsborough Bridge, Grimball's Landing, Siege of Fort Wagner, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff Designated 1st Company B of the 42nd NC Regiment in April of 1862, but this unit never reported for duty. It remained an Independent Company until September 29, 1862 when it was assigned as Company H in the 61st NC Regiment. Commanded Company E during November-December 1862. Commanded Company H during March-April 1864. Biggs promoted to Captain on May 30, 1864.
Biggs, William Martin 7th NC Volunteers,



17th NC Regiment
Company F
Roanoke Guards,

Company A
Roanoke Guards
May 1, 1861,
Unk,


March 20, 1862
3rd Lieutenant
2nd Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant
Capt. John C. Lamb Hatteras Inlet Batteries (POW) POW at Fort Columbus, NY, then Fort Warren, MA. Exchanged on January 21, 1862. Company mustered out of service on March 20, 1862. Later, 1st Lieutenant then Captain of Company A in the newly re-organized 17th NC Regiment.
Biles, Isaac T. Stanly 28th NC Regiment Company K
Stanly Guards
September 7, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John A. Moody 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded), Gettysburg (wounded) 1st absent wounded from May 3, 1863 through June 1863. 2nd absent wounded from July 3, 1863 until he resigned on December 10, 1863 due to his wounds.
Bingham, Harvey Watauga 37th NC Regiment Company E
Watauga Minute Men
December 16, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William Y. Farthing 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from August 29, 1862 until he resigned on October 21, 1862 due to disease of the lungs; accepted on November 1, 1862.
Bingham, Lucius S. Cabarrus 10th NC Volunteers Company A
Cabarrus Guards
April 19, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Nelson Slough Resigned on June 20, 1861, details not provided.
Bird, Francis W. Bertie 1st NC Volunteers Company L
Bertie Volunteers
May 1, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Jesse C. Jacocks Later Captain of Company C of the 11th NC Regiment, and promoted to Major then Lt. Colonel.
Bird, Joshua C. Macon Coleman's Battalion Company B October 19, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Alfred W. Bell Not re-elected when unit merged into the 39th NC Regiment on May 19, 1862.
Birkhead, Burwell W. Randolph 22nd NC Regiment Company I
Davis Guards
August 1, 1862,
July 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Gaston V. Lamb Cedar Run, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry (wounded), Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded), Gettysburg (wounded), Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction (POW) Was a Sergeant. 1st absent wounded from September 12, 1862 through October 1862. 2nd absent wounded from May 3, 1863 to unspecified date (assume through June 1863). 3rd absent wounded from July 3, 1863 through unspecified date (assume through September 1863). POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Fort Pulaski, GA, back to Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bisaner, Caleb F. Lincoln Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves,

2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company C November 5, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. James Q. Holland Stony Creek Raid, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Private and Commissary Sergeant. Charlotte Hospital on April 18, 1865 with chronic diarrhea; sent to another hospital on April 29, 1865.
Bishop, George Bertie 9th NC Volunteers
(2nd Cavalry)
Company H August 30, 1861,
November 30, 1861
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John Randolph 1st New Bern, Raid on Chambersburg Was a Private. Resigned on November 20, 1862 due to severe injury; accepted on June 1, 1863.
Bishop, Thomas N. New Hanover 1st NC Regiment Company E June 29, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Frederick S. Moore Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Monocacy Junction, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Hare's Hill, Farmville, Appomattox Court House Was a Sergeant. Paroled at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865.
Bitting, John Walker Surry 48th NC Regiment Company K
Confederate Guards
October 10, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John C. Stafford Fredericksburg (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from December 13, 1862 February 1863. Promoted to Captain while recuperating.
Bivins, William J. New Hanover 3rd NC Regiment Company D May 7, 1862,
June 22, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Edward G. Meares,
Capt. John Cowan
Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from September 1862 through February 1865.
Bizzell, Albert Francis Sampson 7th NC Regiment Company B March 14, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James S. Harris Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station, Jones' Farm (wounded) Was a Sergeant in Company C. Absent wounded through December 1864. Not present when the regiment surrendered on April 26, 1865.
Bizzell, Wooten Wayne 27th NC Regiment Company C
North Carolina Guards
August 1862,
September 18, 1862,
October 14, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutnant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. George F. Whitfield,
Capt. Edward G. Wooten
"   "
Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, South Anna Bridge, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Polegreen Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, 3rd Petersburg (wounded/POW) Was a Sergeant. Captured at Richmond Hospital on April 3, 1865, no more information provided.
Black, Alexander Alleghany Independent Company Doughton's Company
(aka Alleghany Grays)
May 27, 1861
(educated guess)
Lieutenant Capt. Jonathan H. Doughton This Company was disbanded on July 27, 1861. 
Black, Calvin M. Rowan 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company D
Rowan Artillery
May 8, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. John A. Ramsay Elected 1st Lieutenant but not approved by Gov. John W. Ellis. Then a Drillmaster 2nd Class.
Black, Daniel Gaston Independent Company,

4th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Rhyne's Company - Senior Reserves,

Company E
July 2, 1862,

August 6, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Adam A. Rhyne Salisbury This Independent Company was assigned to the 4th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on August 6, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Black, Duncan A. Cumberland 38th NC Regiment Company K
Carolina Boys
August 2, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Murdock McR. McLauchlin Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas (mortally wounded) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Died at Upperville, VA on September 17, 1862 from wounds received at the battle of 2nd Manassas, VA.
Black, James A. Cabarrus 52nd NC Regiment Company A
Cabarrus Riflemen
April 28, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. George A. Propst Died on July 4, 1862 at Concord, NC of "sickness contracted in camp."
Black, John Wake 3rd NC Regiment Company K
Holly Shelter Volunteers
January 17, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. David Williams Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill Was a Hospital Steward. Resigned on July 14, 1862 due to ill health.
Black, William M. Moore 35th NC Regiment Company C
Scotch Riflemen
September 12, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. John M. Kelly Promoted to Captain/AQM in December of 1861.
Blackburn, Augustin W. Iredell 38th NC Regiment Company B
Men of Yadkin
October 16, 1861,
April 18, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Columbus L. Cook Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mil, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing Promoted to Captain.
Blackburn, James Oliver Stokes 11th NC Volunteers Company G
Town Fork Invincibles
May 30, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Silas Westmoreland 1st Manassas Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862. But, upon the death of Capt. Hiram S. Ligon, he was then elected Captain of Company G.
Blackburn, John C. Stokes 11th NC Volunteers Company F
Mountain Boys
May 29, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Rufus K. Pepper 1st Manassas Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862.
Blackburn, Thomas J. Stokes 11th NC Volunteers Company F
Mountain Boys
May 29, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Rufus K. Pepper 1st Manassas Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862.
Blackmer, Elon G. Rowan 7th NC Regiment,

Salisbury Prison Guard Battalion
Company F,

1st Company A
May 16, 1861,

September 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. John McLeod Turner,

Capt. Samuel B. Waters
1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days's Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm (wounded) Resigned from the 7th NC Regiment on November 17, 1862 due to wounds. Later, a 1st Lieutenant and a Captain in the Salisbury Prison Guard Battalion, then a Captain in Company G of the 66th NC Regiment.
Blackwell, George J. McDowell 35th NC Regiment Company B
Marion Men
September 11, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. W.B. Halyburton 1st New Bern
Blackwell, John N. Caswell 12th NC Volunteers Company G
Caswell Rifles
August 1, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. J.A. Burns Was a Sergeant. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 1, 1862.
Blackwell, Moses M. Buncombe 16th NC Regiment Company F 2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Blackwell, Solomon L. Buncombe 16th NC Regiment Company F October 22, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Alexander M. Jones Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm Was a Sergeant. Wounded as a Sergeant at Chancellorsville, VA. Promoted to Captain.
Blackwell, Thomas J. McDowell 35th NC Regiment Company B
Marion Men
September 11, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William B. Halyburton 1st New Bern Promoted to Captain.
Blair, John C. Watauga 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company D
Watauga Rangers
May 16, 1861,
February 3, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. George N. Folk Vienna, Dranesville Promoted to Captain.
Blair, Milton B. Caldwell 26th NC Regiment Company I
Caldwell Guards
August 27, 1861,
September 1, 1862,
September 27, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Wilson S. White,
Capt. John T. Jones,
Capt. Nero G. Bradford
Bogue Island, 1st New Bern, Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Rawls's Mills, Fort Anderson, Barrington's Ferry, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (wounded), Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Vaughan Road, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Five Forks, 3rd Petersburg Was a Private. Absent wounded from May 9, 1864 through June 1864. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Blair, William M. Watauga 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company D
Watauga Rangers
October 21, 1864 2nd Lieutenant [no captain] Burgess Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Boydton Plank Road (mortally wounded/POW) Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant. Die on April 21, 1865 at Point of Rocks Hospital from wounds recevied at the battle of Boydton Plank Road, VA.
Blake, Walter Henderson 25th NC Regiment Company H
Cane Creek Rifles
November 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Frederick R. Blake Was a Sergeant. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 30, 1862.
Blalock, Alfred Person Independent Company,

Barnett's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Davie's Company-Senior Reserves

Company G,

Company I
June 21, 1864,

late-August, 1864,

November 28, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,

3rd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant
Capt. R.S. Davie Coosawhatchie, Siege of Savannah, Tuliffiny Iron Works, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. James A. Barnett's Battalion-Senior Reserves in late-August, 1864, then re-assigned to the 7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on November 28, 1864. Paroled on May 24, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Blalock, Ethelred H. Haywood 25th NC Regiment Company F
Haywood Highlanders
June 29, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Thomas I. Lenoir Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 28, 1862.
Blalock, J.M. Craven 5th NC Regiment Company C 2nd Lieutenant Paroled on May 11, 1865 at Greensborough, NC. Nothing more known.
Blalock, James A. Haywood 25th NC Regiment Company F
Haywood Highlanders
April 28, 1862,
April 20, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James M. Cathey Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Gaine's Mill, Savage's Station, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Warm Springs, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Ware Bottom Church, Siege of Petersburg, Avery's Farm, 1st Weldon Railroad, The Crater Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Blalock, James Monroe Person 3rd NC Regiment Junior Reserves Company C March 8, 1865 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Robert F. Dalton Bentonville Was a Private. Paroled on May 11, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Blalock, John M. Person 7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves Company I November 28, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. R. S. Davie Coosawhatchie, Siege of Savannah, Tuliffiny Iron Works, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville (POW) Was a Private. POW at New Bern, NC, then Point Lookout, MD, then Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Blalock, Wiliam A. Person 50th NC Regiment Company A April 21, 1862,
December 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John C. Van Hook,
Capt. James A. Burch
Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Street's Ferry, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville January 24, 1864 detailed to procure conscripts. February 24, 1864 detailed to lead a Guard at Wrightsville. Paroled on May 11, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Bland, Joseph J. Pitt 44th NC Regiment Company I
Eastern Tigers
February 10, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Downing H. Smith Tranter's Creek, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Bristoe Campaign (mortally wounded) Died in Richmond Hospital on October 27, 1863 from wounds received during the Bristoe Campaign in Virginia, possible at the engagement known as Buckland Races.
Blankenship, Presley D. Yancey 29th NC Regiment Company B December 1863 Lieutenant Capt. Daniel W. Angel Atlanta Campaign, New Hope Church, Pickett's Mill, Marietta, Latimer's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Smyrna, Peachtree Creek, Ezra Church Was a Private and a Sergeant. Present through August 20, 1864, no more records.
Blanton, George Cleveland 38th NC Regiment Company I
Cleveland Marksmen
November 22, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Oliver P. Gardner Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 18, 1862. Re-enlisted later as a Private.
Blanton, George W. Cleveland 34th NC Regiment Company H
Rough & Readys
February 10, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John A. Roberts Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania Was a Private, and captured near Winchester, VA, POW, exchanged, returned to active duty by May 1, 1863. Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant while in captivity. Absent wounded from May 1864 (wounded at either the battle of Wilderness or Spotsylvania) through October 1864. No further reports.
Blanton, S. Taylor Rutherford Independent Company,

1st NC Battalion - Junior Reserves
Eaves's Company,

Company B
May 9, 1864,

June 28, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. J. L. Eaves Stony Creek Raid, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Earlier, a Private in Company B of the 34th NC Regiment; discharged for being underage (15). This Independent Company was assigned to the newly-created 1st NC Battalion-Junior Reserves on June 28, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Blanton, William Miller Cleveland 38th NC Regiment Company I
Cleveland Marksmen
June 16, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. David B. Magness Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, 3rd Petersburg, Sutherland's Station, Amelia Court House, Farmville Was a Private in Company F of the 56th NC Regiment. Acting Commander of Company C during July-August 1864. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Blasingame, John G. Buncombe 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)

19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company G
Buncombe Rangers,


Company I
May 16, 1861,



April 4, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,



2nd Lieutenant
Capt. John W. Woodfin,



Capt. Jesse L. Bryan
Gillett's Farm, Raid on Chambersburg, Fredericksburg, Raid on Dumfries, 1st Stoneman Raid, Providence Church Road, Beverly Ford, Brandy Station (mortally wounded) Resigned from 9th NC Regiment (1st Cavalry) on October 1, 1861. Died on June 11, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Brandy Station, VA.
Blaylock, John Guilford Independent Company,

Barnett's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Johnson's Company-Senior Reserves

Company C,

Company C
June 18, 1864,

late-August, 1864,

November 28, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. W.B. Johnson Coosawhatchie, Siege of Savannah, Tuliffiny Iron Works, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. James A. Barnett's Battalion-Senior Reserves in late-August, 1864, then re-assigned to the 7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on November 28, 1864.
Blevins, Calvin J. Ashe 26th NC Regiment Company A
Jeff Davis Mountaineers
April 21, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Samuel P. Wagg Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill Was a Private. Resigned on July 19, 1862 due to ill health. Re-enlisted later as a Private.
Blevins, Edward Ashe 58th NC Regiment Company L July 20, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Gentry Resigned on January 5, 1863 due to charges of "conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman." Re-enlisted as a Private.
Blevins, Jacob Ashe 2nd NC Regiment Detailed Men Company G September 26, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. F.M. Neikerk
Blevins, Poindexter Ashe 58th NC Regiment Company L July 20, 1862,
June 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William H. Gentry,
Capt. Calvin Eller
1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, Adairsville, Dallas, Kolb's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Siege of Atlanta Absent sick during September to December 1863. Promoted to Captain of Company F. 
Blocker, Charles H. Cumberland 14th NC Volunteers Company F
Cumberland Plow Boys
June 1, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Jonathan Evans Promoted to Captain.
Blocker, Octavious H. Cumberland 14th NC Volunteers Company F
Cumberland Plow Boys
July 18, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Charles H. Blocker Was a Sergeant. Appointed Captain of an Independent Company known as Blocker's Artillery on February 15, 1862.
Bloodworth, James Harriss New Hanover 59th NC Regiment
(4th Cavalry)
Company C July 16, 1862,
September 22, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt Andrew McIntire,
[captain a POW]
Franklin, White Hall, Goldsborough Bridge, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, Aldie, Middleburg, Upperville, Gettysburg, Jack's Mountain, 1st Hagerstown, Culpeper Court House, Jack's Shop, Russell's Ford & James City, Raccoon Ford & Stevensburg (POW) POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Baltimore, MD, the Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Fort Pulaski, GA, back to Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Blount, Benjamin J. Nash 55th NC Regiment Company H
Alexander Boys
May 8, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Edward F. Satterfield Gettysburg (POW) Was a Sergeant in 1st Company H of the 12th NC Regiment. POW at Johnson's Island, OH, where he died on December 15, 1863 of erysipelas and dyptheria.
Blount, Edward C. Chowan Independent Company Hoskins's Company < October 3, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Hardey Hoskins Dates of service not known.
Blount, George Washington Wilson 55th NC Regiment Company A March 25, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. William J. Bullock Appointed AQM on May 20, 1862.
Blount, John G. Beaufort Independent Company Bridger's Artillery October 24, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. William B. Rodman Independent Company until assigned to the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery) on December 1, 1863. Promoted to Captain/AQM before that, on March 19, 1863.
Blount, John M. Beaufort 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company K
Washington Greys
April 30, 1863,
September 2, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William Shaw, Jr. 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher Was a Corporal, and captured at Fort Hatteras, paroled, exchanged. Detailed to Weldon, NC from May 8, 1864 through October 1864.
Blount, Richard H. Wayne Independent Company Lawrence's Battery
(Artillery)
September 4, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph J. Lawrence Elected as Captain on December 26, 1861.
Blount, William H. Nash 2nd NC Volunteers,





47th NC Regiment
Company I
Nash Boys,



Company D
Castalia Invincibles
May 1, 1861,
May 18, 1861,
September 30, 1861


December 2, 1862,
September 8, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant,


2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William T. Williams,
"    "
Capt. Samuel S. Vick,


Capt. George N. Lewis,
Capt. Richard F. Drake (POW)
Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Station (wounded), Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, 3rd Petersburg (POW) Promoted to Captain in 2nd NC Volunteers. Later, a 2nd Lieutenant then 1st Lieutenant in Company D of the 47th NC Regiment. Richmond Hospital on October 14, 1863, then absent wounded through February 1864. Acting Commander of this Company during September-October 1864. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Blue, Daniel Moore 35th NC Regiment Company C
Scotch Riflemen
October 22, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Evander M. Blue
(POW)
Hare's Hill, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks (POW) Was a Private. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Blue, Evander McN. Moore 35th NC Regiment Company C
Scotch Riflemen
September 12, 1861,
February 28, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John M. Kelley 1st New Bern, Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill Promoted to Captain.
Blue, John Archibald Baxter Moore 46th NC Regiment Company H
Moore Guards
March 6, 1862,
June 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Neill M. McNeill Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, 1st Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, South Anna Bridge, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness KIA on May 5, 1864 at the battle of the Wilderness, VA.
Blue, John G. Richmond 7th NC Regiment Company F August 6, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas G. Williamson Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm Was a Sergeant. Retired to the NC Invalid Corps on January 20, 1865.
Blue, Neill C. Moore 49th NC Regiment Company D June 15, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William M. Black Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, 1st Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bottom's Bridge, Boon's Mill, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg, Avery's Farm, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad Was a Sergeant. Wounded on November 9, 1864 during the Siege of Petersburg, in Richmond Hospital. Furloughed on January 19, 1865, never returned. Dropped from the rolls on April 1, 1865.
Blythe, Jackson Jackson Independent Company,

Thomas's Cherokee Battalion
Hanks' Company,

2nd Company
April 9, 1862,

July 19, 1862
Brevet
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Gideon Hanks 1st Chattanooga Resigned on September 10, 1862, details not provided.
Boardley, T.B. Independent Company,

5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Jetton's Company - Senior Reserves,

Company E
July 22, 1864,

December 5, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Benedict M. Jetton This Independent Company was assigned to the 5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 5, 1864.
Bobbitt, Alpheus Warren 3rd NC Battalion - Senior Reserves Company D August 30, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. David W. Williams
Bobbitt, Burge B. Halifax 4th NC Volunteers Company A
Roanoke Minute Men
February 23, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William A. Johnston Siege of Yorktown, Lee's Mill Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862.
Bobbitt, Samuel H. Iredell 4th NC Regiment Company H July 31, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John B. Forcum Unclear if he actively participated since he was wounded at Chancellorsville. Was a Sergeant, and was wounded at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA. Appointed 2nd Lieutenant. Retired to NC Invalid Corps on December 17, 1864 due to wounds received at Chancellorsville, VA.
Boger, Daniel Philip Cabarrus 7th NC Regiment Company B July 28, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James S. Harris  Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg (wounded), Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm Was a Private. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Boggan, John A. Anson 43rd NC Regiment Company K
Anson Independents
February 25, 1862,
March 6, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. James Boggan Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Valley Campaigns, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Lynchburg, Buford's Gap, 2nd Harper's Ferry, 2nd Hagerstown, Monocacy Junction, Fort Stevens, Snicker's Gap, 2nd Kernstown, Cameron's Depot, Smithfield Crossing, Berryville, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Mt. Jackson Acting Commander of Company H during September-October 1864. Present through February 1865, no further records. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Boggan, Walter Jones Anson 4th NC Volunteers Company C
Anson Guards
April 20, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Robert T. Hall Resigned on December 1, 1861. Later, Captain of Company H in the 43rd NC Regiment, then Major.
Boggan, William W. Anson 26th NC Regiment,


43rd NC Regiment
Company K
Pee Dee Wild Cats,

Company H
Fisher Light Infantry
July 1, 1861


September 5, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,


2nd Lieutenant
Capt. James C. Caraway,


Capt. Hampton Beverly
Bogue Island, 1st New Bern, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (mortally wounded) Not re-elected when the 26th NC Regiment re-organized on April 21, 1862. Then in Company H of the 43rd NC Regiment. Died on July 2, 1863 from wounds received the day before at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Bohannon, M. Sampson 20th NC Regiment Company I
Sampson Greys
1st Lieutenant Capt. Duncan J. DeVane Captured at Hanover Court House, VA on May 27, 1862 (?), confined at Sandusky, OH, then Vicksburg, MS,  exchanged on November 10, 1862. No further records.
Bohannon, Neal Yadkin 28th NC Regiment Company I
Yadkin Stars
April 12, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. William H.A. Speer Hanover Court House (POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Fort Monroe, VA, then Fort Columbus, NY, exchanged, date not provided. Promoted to Captain.
Bohannon, Simon S. Yadkin 28th NC Regiment Company I
Yadkin Stars
April 12, 1862,
November 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William H.A. Speer,
Capt. Neal Bohannon
Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Boisseau, Benjamin H. Rockingham 4th NC Battalion - Junior Reserves,

3rd NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company D,

Company K
September 1, 1864,

January 3, 1865
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Alfred B. Ellington 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Earlier, a Private in Capt. Branch J. Epes' Company of Virginia Heavy Artillery, then a Sergeant in this unit. Wilmington Hospital on October 12, 1864 with remittent bilious fever; deserted from the hospital on October 13, 1864, returned prior to January 3, 1865.  The 4th NC Battalion-Junior Reserves was merged into the 3rd NC Regiment Junior Reserves on January 3, 1865. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Bolick, Robert A. Alexander 7th NC Regiment Company A February 14, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John G. Knox Chancellorsville (killed) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. KIA on May 3, 1863 at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Bolin, Alexander Moore 50th NC Regiment Company F
Moore Sharpshooters
March 14, 1862,
May 27, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James O.A. Kelly Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Street's Ferry, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville Wounded near Savannah, GA on December 10, 1864, returned to active duty on January 1, 1865. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Bennett House, NC.
Bolton, James C. Person 24th NC Regiment Company A
Roxborough Grays
July 5, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. James A. Holeman Siege of Petersburg, Battle of the Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, Boydton Plank Road, Dinwiddie Court House (POW) Was a Private. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bonchelle, Thomas S. Wilkes 1st NC Regiment Company B May 16, 1861,
-
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Hamilton A. Brown Promoted to Captain. aka Thomas S. Bonchelle.
Bond, Francis Wayland Chowan 1st NC Regiment Company A
Albemarle Guard
December 1, 1861,
July 6, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Tristrim L. Skinner,
Capt. John A. Benbury
Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill (wounded), Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Was a Corporal. Promoted to Captain.
Bond, William R. Halifax 43rd NC Regiment Company F February 27, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William R. Williams Malvern Hill Was a Private in Company G of the 2nd NC Volunteers. Appointed Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. Junius Daniel on March 1, 1863. Wounded at Gettysburg, PA. Captured on July 4, 1865 in ambulance train, POW at Frederick Hospital, then Fort McHenry, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH.
Boney, William J. Duplin 30th NC Regiment Company E
Duplin Turpentine Boys
August 28, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John C. McMillan Not re-elected when the company re-organized on March 27, 1862.
Bonner, Bryan Trippe Beaufort 4th NC Regiment Company I
Pamlico Rifles
May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William T. Marsh Fort Magruder, Seven Pines Resigned on June 18, 1862 due to ill health; accepted on July 14, 1862
Bonner, Henry Beaufort 4th NC Regiment Company I
Pamlico Rifles
February 27, 1862,
September 24, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William T. Marsh,
Capt. Edward S. Marsh
Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown Was a Private and a Sergeant. Resigned on May 23, 1863 due to ill health; accepted on July 15, 1863.
Bonner, James M. Franklin 15th NC Regiment Company G May 2, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas T. Terrell Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap (wounded) Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant. Absent wounded from September 14, 1862 until assigned to conscript service sometime in 1864. Retired to the NC Invalid Corps on February 17, 1865. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC. Not with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Bonner, Macon Beaufort Independent Company,

40th NC Regiment
(3rd Artillery)
McMillan Artillery,

Company B
McMillan Artillery
October 1, 1861,


December 1, 1863
1st Lieutenant Capt. William H. Tripp Salvage of Kate, Harrison's Old Field, Fort Anderson (POW) Unit first assigned to Company B of the 31st NC Regiment, but never joined. Remained an Independent Company until assigned to the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery) on December 1, 1863. POW at Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking Oath of Allegiance.
Booker, Abraham Cherokee 39th NC Regiment Company H May 19, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. David L. Walker Baptist Gap, 2nd Murfreesboro Was a Private. Promoted to Captain.
Booker, Paschall P. Alamance 15th NC Regiment Company H May 2, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William J. Stone Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg (wounded) Was a Corporal. Absent wounded from September 17, 1862 through December 1862. Present through October 1864, but reported absent sick most of that time. Unclear if he actively participated in any more battles.
Boomer, Benjamin E. Hyde Independent Company Hyde Rangers January 20, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Edward S. Swindell Last recorded date for this company is September 23, 1863. Unknown when disbanded.
Boon, Charles A. Chatham 35th NC Regiment Company D
Haw River Boys
September 20, 1861,
May 1, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Hardy J. Lasater,
Capt. Robert E. Petty
1st New Bern, Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Boon's Mill Resigned on November 27, 1863 to preach the gospel; accepted on December 11, 1863.
Boon, Jacob Alamance 47th NC Regiment Company K
Alamance Minute Men
March 13, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Robert H. Faucette Resigned on May 30, 1862 due to kidney disease; accepted on June 5, 1862.
Boon, William R. Cumberland 51st NC Regiment Company D
Scotch Tigers
July 25, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John D. Malloy
(POW)
2nd Weldon Railroad (POW) Earlier, a Private in Company H of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment), then a Sergeant in this Company, and wounded at Cold Harbor. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Boone, ??? Madison Independent Company,

14th NC Battalion - Cavalry
Company D October 15, 1863,

December 25, 1863
1st Lieutenant Capt. James M. Ray Cosby Creek This Independent Company was folded into the 14th NC Battalion-Cavalry upon its creation on December 25, 1863. Boone apparently resigned by October 20, 1864.
Boone, Harlen Aurelius Jackson 25th NC Regiment Company B
Jackson Guards
June 7, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thaddeus D. Bryson Promoted to Captain.
Boone, James H. Northampton 3rd NC Battalion - Light Artillery Company C
North Carolina Artillery,

Company A
Northampton Artillery
February 24, 1862,


July 4, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,


2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas Capehart,


Capt. Andrew J. Ellis
Company C was disbanded on July 4, 1862. Boone was court martialed and dismissed in the Fall of 1862.
Boone, Jesse B. Northampton 12th NC Battalion - Cavalry,

16th NC Battalion - Cavalry
Company C,

Company G
March 16, 1863,

July 11, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Emory A. Martin Skirmish near Jordan's Fishery, Skirmish at Potecasi Creek, Boon's Mill (POW) Was a Sergeant in Company C of the 3rd NC Battalion-Light Artillery. The 12th NC Battalion-Cavalry was merged into the 16th NC Battalion-Cavalry on July 11, 1864. POW at Johnson's Island, OH, the Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the oath of Allegiance. Transferred to the 16th NC Battalion-Cavalry while a prisoner, never on active duty.
Boone, Thomas D. Hertford 1st NC Regiment Company F
Hertford Greys
September 9, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Jarrett N. Harrell Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Bordeaux, Richard L. New Hanover Independent Company,

8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Jacobs' Company - Senior Reserves,

Company F
April 22, 1864,

December 22, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin J. Jacobs 1st Fort Fisher, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to the 8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 22, 1864.
Borden, James Cole Wayne 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company H June 7, 1862,
October 22, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas Ruffin Willis's Church, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing, Rainbow Banks, White Oak Swamp Bridge, Harper's Ferry, Middletown, Burkittsville, Sharpsburg, Raid on Chambersburg, Barbee's Crossroads, Fredericksburg, Raid on Dumfries, Burke's Station, 1st Kellysville, Brandy Station, Aldie, Middleburg, Upperville, Fairfax Court House, Hanover, Gettysburg, Carlisle, Hunterstown, 1st Hagerstown, Funkstown Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Borden, William H. Wayne 27th NC Regiment,


50th NC Regiment
Company A
Goldsborough Rifles,

Company E
February 20, 1862,

March 7, 1862,
March 24, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Stephen D. Phillips,

Capt. John B. Griswold,
Capt. William T. Gardner
Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Street's Ferry, Averasborough, Bentonville Was a Private and a Sergeant. Transferred to Company E of the 50th NC Regiment. Acting Adjutant sometime in 1862. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Borough, William C. Rockingham 13th NC Regiment Company I April 26, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Chalmers Glenn Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, White Oak Swamp, Malvern Hill, 2nd Manassas, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg Was a Sergeant. Resigned on December 29, 1862.
Bost, Aaron J. Cabarrus 37th NC Regiment Company D
North Carolina Defenders
November 16, 1862,
July 24, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Jackson L. Bost,
Capt. Henry C. Grady
Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded), Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Siege of Petersburg, 1st Weldon Railroad, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant in Company A of the 20th NC Regiment. Absent wounded from May 3, 1863 through unspecified date (assume through July 1863). Resigned on September 19, 1864 due to ill health; accepted on October 11, 1864.
Bost, Daniel J. Cabarrus 28th NC Regiment Company K
Stanly Guards
July 1, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Adam W. Stone Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Reams Station (mortally wounded) Was a Private, and wounded at the battle of Ox Hill, VA. Then a Sergeant and a 2nd Lieutenant. Died at Richmond Hospital on September 5, 1864 from wounds received at the battle of 2nd Reams Station, VA (assumed).
Bost, Jackson L. Union 37th NC Regiment Company D
North Carolina Defenders
September 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John B. Ashcraft 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House (POW) POW at Fort Columbus, NY, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Vicksburg, MS, exchanged at James River, VA on November 8, 1862. Promoted to Captain while in captivity, then Major.
Bost, Robert A. Catawba 46th NC Regiment Company K
Catawba Braves
August 28, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt Adolphus T. Bost
(mortally wounded - in hospital)
Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill Was a Private in Company A of the 2nd NC Volunteers, then a Private and a Sergeant in this unit, and wounded at the battle of the Wilderness as a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Bostic, Thomas J. Duplin 43rd NC Regiment Company A
Duplin Rifles
April 22, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James G. Kenan Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Valley Campaigns, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church (wounded), Berrysville, 3rd Winchester (wounded), Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville, Appomattox Court House Was a Corporal in 1st Company C of the 2nd NC Volunteers. 1st absent wounded from May 30, 1864 through August 1864. 2nd absent wounded from September 19, 1864 through December 1864. Acting Commander of Company D during November 1864 through February 1865. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Bostick, Samuel E. Rutherford 50th NC Regiment Company I
Rutherford Regulars
July 17, 1862,
January 20, 1865
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John B. Eaves Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Street's Ferry, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville Was a Sergeant. Raleigh Hospital on April 10, 1865, transferred to another hospital on April 12, 1865, no further details. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Bennett House, NC.
Boswell, Wiliam S. Bladen 5th NC Regiment Company A September 11, 1861,
March 6, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Peter J. Sinclair,
Capt. Benjamin Robinson
Fort Magruder (killed) Was a Sergeant. KIA on May 5, 1862 at the battle of Fort Magruder, VA.
Bouchelle, Joseph D. Gates 33rd NC Regiment Company E March 1, 1862,
September 22, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William T. Parker 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (killed) Was a Sergeant. KIA on May 3, 1863 at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Bouchelle, Thomas Slayter Wilkes 1st NC Regiment Copmpany B
Wilkes Volunteers
May 16, 1861,
April 12, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James B. Gordon Promoted to Captain.
Bouldin, Ephraim Stokes 12th NC Volunteers Company H
Stokes Boys
June 1, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Hamilton Scales Seven Pines Promoted to Captain.
Bourden, Benjamin C. Duplin 1st NC Battalion - Heavy Artillery Company B March 7, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John W. Taylor Fort Anderson, Town Creek, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Sergeant. Reported present through August 1864, no further records. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Boushall, William J. Carteret 10th NC Regiment
(aka 1st Artillery)
Company H April 7, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin F. Miller New Bern, Plymouth, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher aka William J. Bushall.
Bowden, Lemuel Henry New Hanover 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
1st Company A
Wilimington Horse Artillery
June 18, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Samuel R. Bunting Redesignated an Independent Company before the 36th NC Regiment was officially organized. Resigned on December 15, 1862 due to ill health.
Bowen, Edward J. Craven 31st NC Regiment Company K November 21, 1861,

October 21, 1863
1st Lieutenant Capt. Joseph Whitty,

"    "
Roanoke Island, Smithfield, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Fort Harrison Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on September 17, 1862. Later, re-appointed as 1st Lieutenant on October 21, 1863. Reported AWOL on October 16, 1864.
Bowers, Adam R. Davidson 48th NC Regiment Company H March 13, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. John H. Michael Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill Resigned on July 27, 1862 due to lung disease; accepted on August 5, 1862.
Bowers, Giles Rowan 49th NC Regiment Company C March 13, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Pinckney B. Chambers Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Bottom's Bridge, Boon's Mill, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg, Avery's Farm, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Hare's Hill, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks (POW) Under arrest in July 1862, returned to active duty on May 29, 1863. Under arrest again on June 2, 1863, returned to active duty on June 8, 1863. POW at Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bowling, Joseph W. Wake Independent Company,

41st NC Regiment
(3rd Cavalry)
Wake Rangers,

Company I
Wake Rangers
August 18, 1862,

September 3, 1862
January 12, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,

3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Rufus S. Tucker,

"    "
Capt. David A. Robertson
1st Washington, Siege of Suffolk, South Anna Bridge, Greenville, 2nd New Bern, Block House, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Meadow Bridge, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Haw's Shop, Hanover Court House, Ashland, 1st Weldon Railroad, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, Burgess' Mill Was a Corporal. This Independent Company was assigned to the 41st NC Regiment (3rd Cavalry) on September 3, 1862. Present through October 1864, no further records. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Bowman, John R. Rutherford 34th NC Regiment Company C
Rutherford Rebels
August 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Francis L. Twitty Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown Was a Sergeant. Resigned on October 24, 1862 to return to his Ministry; accepted on November 12, 1862.
Boxley, George S. Davidson 10th NC Battalion - Heavy Artillery Company A September 1, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William B. Lewis Was a Private and a Sergeant. Dismissed on April 9, 1863 and ordered to re-enlist, then a Private in Company H of the 48th NC Regiment.
Boyce, Charles B. Mecklenburg 11th NC Regiment Company H March 10, 1862,
July 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William L. Grier Died on August 9, 1862 in Mecklenburg County, details not provided.
Boyd, Andrew J. Rockingham 11th NC Volunteers Company L
Rockingham Invincibles
June 3, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. John H. Boyd 1st Manassas Promoted to Captain.
Boyd, Benjamin F. [GA] 11th NC Regiment Company K August 18, 1863,
November 1, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. James M. Young Bristoe Station (POW Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant while in captivity. POW through February 1865, details not provided. Paroled on May 11, 1865 at Charlotte, NC.
Boyd, Frank A.M. Haywood Independent Company,

14th NC Battalion - Cavalry,

69th NC Regiment
(7th Cavalry)
Company E December 13, 1863,

December 25, 1863,


January 11, 1865
1st Lieutenant Capt. Joseph A. Russell Cosby Creek This Independent Company was assigned to the 14th NC Battalion-Cavalry on December 13, 1865, which grew into the 69th NC Regiment (7th Cavalry) on January 11, 1865. Boyd deserted on February 13, 1865 at Louisville, KY, and took the Oath of Allegiance the next day and "sent north of the Ohio River."
Boyd, George F. Rockingham 45th NC Regiment Company A
Rockingham Zollicoffers
March 11, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James F. Hodges Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (killed) KIA on July 1, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Boyd, J.M. Iredell 7th NC Regiment Company A 2nd Lieutenant Was a Sergeant.
Boyd, John H. Lincoln 57th NC Regiment Company G July 4, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. John F. Speck Fredericksburg (wounded), 2nd Fredericksburg, Salem Church, Chancellorsville (killed) August 29, 1862 in hospital with mumps, returned to active duty on November 10, 1862. Absent wounded from December 13, 1862 until January 1, 1863. KIA on May 4, 1863 at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Boyd, John W. Alexander Maj. Andrew A. Hill's Battalion - Senior Reserves Company D September 26, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Wilson Unclear when this battalion ended.
Boyd, William J.G.B. Haywood 16th NC Regiment Company F July 30, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Alexander M. Jones Was a Private in Company L. Reported absent sick for most of the time he was a 2nd Lieutenant. Dropped from the rolls on October 6, 1863.
Boyette, Larry Bryant Wilson 2nd NC Regiment Company B June 25, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John C. Gorman Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Monocacy Junction, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Hare's Hill, Farmville, Appomattox Court House Was a Private and a Sergeant. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Boykin, Edwin A. Johnston 14th NC Volunteers,
24th NC Regiment
Company I
Smithfield Light Infantry
December 23, 1861,
May 16, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Ira T. Woodall Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Boykin, Littleberry W. Northampton 5th NC Volunteers Company A May 23, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Samuel T. Stancell Resigned on August 26, 1861. Died on September 15, 1861 of disease.
Boykin, Solomon Sampson 51st NC Regiment Company K
Confederate Stars
June 12, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph B. Underwood Goldsborough Bridge (mortally wounded) Earlier, a Sergeant in Company I of the 46th NC Regiment. Died on December 18, 1862 from wounds received at the battle of Goldsborough Bridge, NC.
Boyles, J.H. Surry 2nd NC Regiment Detailed Men Company D September 26, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. John F. Stephens
Brabble, John J. Craven Independent Company,
"

40th NC Regiment
(3rd Artillery)
Gatlin Artillery,
Bay River Artillery,

Company D
Bay River Artillery
October 28, 1861,
January 1, 1863,


December 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant Capt. James S. Lane Harrison's Old Field, 2nd Fort Fisher Independent Company first known as Gatlin Artillery, changed its name to Bay River Artillery on January 1, 1863. Assigned to the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery) on December 1, 1863. Resigned on January 29, 1865.
Bradberry, John  J. Wayne 4th NC Regiment,


Independent Company
Company D
Goldsborough Volunteers,

Cantwell's Company
May 16, 1861,


January 25, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant
Capt. Junius B. Whitaker,


Capt. John L. Cantwell
aka J.J. Bradley, Bradbury. Resigned from the 4th NC Regiment on September 26, 1861. Then a 1st Lieutenant in an Independent Company.  Promoted to Captain.
Bradburn, Thomas W. Catawba 2nd NC Volunteers Company K
Catawba Rifles
September 16, 1861,
February 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. David P. Rowe Was a Private. Not re-elected when regiment was re-organized on May 1, 1862.
Braddy, Kinchen J. Cumberland Independent Company Blocker's Artillery February 15, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Octavious H. Blocker Promoted to Captain.
Bradford, Nero Guy Caldwell 26th NC Regiment Company I
Caldwell Guards
April 21, 1862,
September 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John T. Jones Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Bradford, Thomas W. Catawba 2nd NC Volunteers K - Catawba Rifles September 30, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. David P. Rowe
Bradford, William B. Cabarrus 20th NC Regiment Company B
Cabarrus Black Boys
October 12, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Ozni R. Brumley Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg,  Gettysburg (POW) Was a Private and a Sergeant. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, exchanged on March 7, 1865. Then in Richmond Hospital on March 11, 1865. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Bradley, James T. Anson 31st NC Regiment Company B
O.K. Boys
September 17, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Charles B. Lindsey White Hall Was a Sergeant, and a POW at the battle of Roanoke Island, NC, paroled, exchanged. Promoted to Captain.
Bradley, Simon B. Lincoln 34th NC Regiment Company E
Shady Grove Rangers
October 12, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. George A. Atwell Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Bradshaw, Sion A. Sampson 38th NC Regiment Company D
Sampson Plowboys
August 21, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Henry C. Darden Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry (POW) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, exchanged at James River, VA on November 10, 1862. Died at home November 30, 1862, details not provided.
Brame, John M. Warren 30th NC Regiment Company B
Nat Macon Guards
August 16, 1861,
September 26, 1861
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William C. Drake Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 1, 1862.
Branch, Cornelius E. Halifax 1st NC Regiment Company K March 20, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Sterling H. Gee Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign (killed) Was a Sergeant. KIA on May 5, 1864 at the battle of Wilderness, VA.
Branch, Henry R. Burke 16th NC Regiment Company E
Burke Tigers
December 23, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Abel S. Cloud Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown (POW) Was a Private. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Branch, James F. Hertford 15th NC Battalion - Cavalry Company B September 5, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. Jesse G. Holliday Mars Hill (Bertie County), Suffolk, South Quay Promoted to Captain on April 1, 1865, back-dated to March 14, 1865.
Branch, James G. Duplin 51st NC Regiment Company C
Duplin Stars
February 15, 1862,
April 30, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William A. Allen,
Capt. Samuel M. Stanford
Goldsborough Bridge (wounded), 2nd Fort Wagner Absent on recruiting duty from February 9, 1863, returned to active duty in April 1863. Resigned on December 23, 1863 due to wife's illness; accepted on January 21, 1864.
Brandon, William C. Rowan Salisbury Prison Guard Battalion,



66th NC Regiment
1st Company A,
"    "

Company G
"    "
July 5, 1863,
September 14, 1863,

October 2, 1863,
November 18, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt.  Elon G. Blackmer Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Port Walthall Junction, Ware Bottom Church, Cold Harbor,  2nd Petersburg, Siege of Petersburg, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher, Sugar Loaf, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Earlier a Private and Sergeant in several Prison Guard companies. 1st Company A of the Salisbury Prison Guard Battalion was assigned to the 66th NC Regiment on October 2, 1863. Commanded Company G September-October 1864. Richmond Hospital on October 9, 1864 with febris biliosa. Furloughed on October 18, 1864, returned on unspecified date (assume through mid-December 1864). Also assumed he served until the end of the war. Paroled on May 15, 1865 at Salisbury, NC.
Brandon, William T. [VA] 13th NC Regiment Company C
Milton Blues
March 5, 1863,
June 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. W.W. Rainey Chanvellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg (mortally wounded/POW) Was a Private and a Sergeant. POW at Gettysburg Hospital, where he died on July 9, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Branson, Thomas A. Randolph 46th NC Regiment Company F March 1, 1862,
April 16, 1862
2nd Lieurtenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Alexander C. McAllister Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, 1st Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg Promoted to Captain.
Brantly, Benjamin F. Harnett 50th NC Regiment Company H December 17, 1862,
November 23, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Joseph H. Atkinson Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Street's Ferry, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville Was a Sergeant. Last three battles are assumed. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Bennett House, NC.
Brantly, John Harnett 50th NC Regiment Company H March 24, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph H. Atkinson Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Street's Ferry, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville Last three battles are assumed. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Bennett House, NC.
Brasington, Samuel W. Davidson 14th NC Regiment Company I
Lexington Wild Cats
April 27, 1862,
June 17, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutnant
Capt. Thomas B. Bealle Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg (wounded), Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Raccoon Ford, Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Lynchburg, Monocacy Junction, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, Cameron's Depot Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Absent wounded from September 17, 1862 through June 1863. Retired to the NC Invaid Corps on September 6, 1864.
Braswell, William D. Edgecombe 15th NC Regiment Company K December 6, 1862,
March 20, 1863,
October 14, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Gray W. Hammond,
Capt. George W. White,
Capt. James P. Cross
Fredericksburg (wounded), 2nd Gum Swamp, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, 2nd Rappahannock Station, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Reams Station Was a Musician. Absent wounded for a few weeks. Promoted to Captain.
Bratton, John L. Chowan 1st NC Regiment Company A
Albemarle Guards
May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Tristrim L. Skinner Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Resigned on November 17, 1862. 
Bray, Benjamin F. Surry 11th NC Volunteers



2nd NC Regiment
Company C
Blue Ridge Riflemen,


2nd Company A
May 20, 1861,
December 28, 1861


September 9, 1862,
May 28, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant


2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Bazillia Y. Graves,
"  "


Capt. William M. Norman
"  "
1st Manassas, 1st Winchester, Newtown, Harrisonburg, Cross Keys, Port Republic, 1st Manassas, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 1st Kellysville, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania (wounded), Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Monocacy Junction, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Hare's Hill, Farmville (POW) Not re-elected when the 11th NC Volunteers re-organized on April 26, 1862. Later, joined 2nd NC Regiment as a 2nd Lieutenant. POW at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bray, William A. Surry 2nd NC Battalion - Infantry Company B December 17, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Lacy J. Norman Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (mortally wounded) Was a Sergeant, captured at the battle of Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged. Died on July 3, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Bray, William C. [GA] 2nd NC Battalion - Infantry Company E
The Anthony Grays
September 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Wilds S. DuBose Roanoke Island (POW) POW, paroled, exchanged on August 18, 1862. Not re-elected when the company re-organized on May 16, 1862. Later enlisted in Company B of the 2nd GA Cavalry.
Bray, William P. Pasquotank 56th NC Regiment Company C
Pasquotank Boys
June 26, 1862,
November 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Alexander P. White 1st Gum Swamp, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bottom's Bridge, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Ware Bottom Church, Siege of Petersburg, Avery's Farm, The Crater, Hare's Hill, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks, Farmville Earlier, a Private in Company A of the 17th NC Regiment, then in 1st Company B of the 32nd NC Regiment. Richmond Hospital on August 5, 1864 with chronic diarrhea. Furloughed on August 18, 1864, returned to duty prior to January 1, 1865. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Bready, Robert M. Iredell Maj. Andrew A. Hill's Battalion - Senior Reserves Company C September 26, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Samuel C. Hager Unclear when this battalion ended.
Breece, Luther R. Cumberland 8th NC Regiment Company E
Manchester Guards
October 1, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. James M. Williams Goldsborough Bridge, 2nd Fort Wagner Was a Sergeant, captured at Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged. Promoted to Captain.
Breedlove, James A. Granville 23rd NC Regiment Company G
Granville Rifles
August 15, 1862,
November 3, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Isaac J. Young,
Capt. Thomas J. Crocker
Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg Was a Sergeant.  Promoted to Captain.
Brem, Mumford Stokes Iredell 48th NC Regiment Company C October 10, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Arthur M. Walker Fredericksburg (mortally wounded) Was a Private and a Sergeant. Died at Richmond Hospital on January 4, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Fredericksburg, VA.
Brenan, William Perquimans 7th NC Volunteers,


Independent Company,


17th NC Regiment
Company I
John Harvey Guards,

John Harvey Guards,

Company L
John Harvey Guards
October 17, 1861,


August 1862


May 1, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,


"   "


2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Lucius J. Johnson Roanoke Island (POW), 1st Washington, 1st Plymouth Was a Private. POW, paroled on February 21, 1862, exchanged in August 1862. This unit was then an  Independent Company until it was assigned as Company L of the 17th NC Regiment on May 1, 1863. Resigned on June 24, 1863 due to disability.
Brevard, David L. Buncombe McDowell's Battalion,

6th NC Battalion - Infantry,

60th NC  Regiment
Third Company,

Company C,

Company C
July 8, 1862,

August 1, 1862,

October 1, 1862
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Fletcher S.H. Reynolds McDowell's Battalion grew into the 6th NC Battalion-Infantry on August 1, 1862, which grew into the 60th NC Regiment on October 1, 1862. Brevard resigned on November 23, 1862.
Brevard, Joseph A. Buncombe 29th NC Regiment Company H May 2, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Wiley F. Parker Tazewell, Baptist Gap Was a Private. Promoted to Captain.
Brewer, Edward Sampson 38th NC Regiment Company C
Sampson Farmers
April 18, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John T. Wilson Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mil, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg Was a Private. Resigned on January 17, 1863 due to disability; accepted on February 4, 1863.
Brewer, Stephen W. Chatham 26th NC Regiment Company E
Chatham Independent Guards
May 28, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William S. Webster Bogue Island, 1st New Bern Promoted to Captain.
Brewer, William Franklin 15th NC Regiment Company G May 2, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas T. Terrell Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, 2nd Rappahannock Station, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Reams Station (mortally wounded) Was a Corporal. Died in Richmond Hospital on October 21, 1864 from wounds received at the battle of 2nd Reams Station, VA.
Brewer, William Christopher Craven 2nd NC Regiment Company F February 10, 1863,
October 25, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Nathaniel M. Chadwick 1st Kellysville, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Monocacy Junction, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove Was a Private and a Corporal. Captured on October 20, 1864 at Woodstock, VA right after the battle of Belle Grove. POW at Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Brewer, William T. Wilson 43rd NC Regiment Company C February 28, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James S. Woodard Appointed Assistant Surgeon on April 10, 1862.
Bridger, Joseph P. New Hanover 18th NC Regiment Company I
Wilmington Rifle Guards
April 24, 1862,
June 30, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John D. Barry Hanover Court House, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Frayser's Farm (wounded) Was a Private. Absent wounded from June 30, 1862 through August 1863. Promoted to AQM with rank of Captain on September 11, 1863 and assigned to post duty.
Bridgers, Alfred Washington Franklin 43rd NC Regiment Company G
Warren Defenders
April 21, 1862,
August 26, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William A. Dowtin,
Capt. Levi P. Coleman
Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Valley Campaigns, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Lynchburg, Buford's Gap, 2nd Harper's Ferry, 2nd Hagerstown, Monocacy Junction, Fort Stevens, Snicker's Gap, 2nd Kernstown, Cameron's Depot, Smithfield Crossing (wounded), Mt. Jackson Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from August 29, 1864 through October 1864. Promoted to Captain in January-February 1865, back-dated to June 8, 1864.
Bridgers, Junius H. Northampton 19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company H December 1, 1863,
July 1, 1864,
November 29, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Samuel N. Buxton Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Todd's Tavern, Spotsylvania, Sheridan's Raid on Richmond, Yellow Tavern, Meadow Bridge, Fort Pocahontas, Haw's Shop, Hanover Court House, 1st Weldon Railroad, Samaria Church, Wilson-Kautz Raid, Staunton River Bridge, Sappony Church, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, McDowell's Farm, Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Boydton Plank Road, Five Forks, 3rd Petersburg, Namonize Church, Amelia Court House, Appomattox Court House Was a Private and a Sergeant.
Bridgers, Robert D. Johnston Independent Company,

Hooks' Battalion - Senior Reserves,

8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Bryan's Company-Senior Reserves

Company B,

Company B
May, 1864,

May 31, 1864,

December 22, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. William H. Bryan 1st Fort Fisher, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Maj. Boaz F. Hooks' Battalion-Senior Reserves on May 31, 1864, then re-assigned to the 8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 22, 1864.
Bridgers, Sidney H. Franklin 47th NC Regiment Company A
Chicora Guards
July 16, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John H. Thorpe Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Station (mortally wounded) Was a Sergeant. Richmond Hospital on October 14, 1863, where he died on November 15, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Bristoe Station, VA.
Bridgers, Thomas B. Wake 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company A
Ellis' Flying Artillery/Manly's Battery
May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Basil C. Manly Siege of Yorktown, Fort Magruder Resigned on May 22, 1862.
Bridges, Burrel H. Cleveland 28th NC Regiment Company H
Cleveland Regulators
April 7, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Isaac O. Bridges Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown Was a Private and a Sergeant. Resigned on October 3, 1862 due to disability.
Bridges, Isaac O. Cleveland 28th NC Regiment Company H
Cleveland Regulators
August 22, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William W. Wright 1st New Bern Promoted to Captain.
Bridgman, Seth Beaufort Independent Company,

40th NC Regiment
(3rd Artillery)
Whitehurst's Artillery,

Company I
Whitehurst's Artillery
October 8, 1862,


December 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Charles C. Whitehurst Was a Sergeant. Independent Company until assigned as Company I of the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery) on December 1, 1863. Dropped from the rolls on April 26, 1864, details not provided.
Brietz, Edward A. Forsyth 11th NC Volunteers,



26th NC Regiment
Company D
Forsyth Rifles,

Company B
Waxhaw Jackson Guards
May 22, 1861,


January 9, 1863,
July 2, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,


3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Alfred H. Belo,


Capt. William Wilson,
Capt. Thomas J. Cureton
1st Manassas, Fort Anderson, Barrington's Ferry, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg (wounded/POW) Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862. Later, 1st Lieutenant in Company B of the 26th NC Regiment. POW at Gettysburg Hospital, then David's Island, NY, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Briggs, Benjamin Franklin Wilson 55th NC Regiment Company A June 2, 1862,
June 9, 1862,
March 28, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William J. Bullock,
"   "
Capt. Albert E. Upchurch
Siege of Suffolk, Gettysburg (wounded), Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded for short duration since it was a slight wound. Promoted to Captain.
Briggs, Melvin W. Yancey 58th NC Regiment Company C
Yancey Boys
November 13, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Suel B. Briggs Chattanooga Campaign, Missionary Ridge, 1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, Adairsville, Dallas, Kolb's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Siege of Atlanta, Jonesborough, 2nd Lovejoy's Station Was a Private in Company K of the 29th NC Regiment. Furloughed on September 18, 1864 for 40 days. No further records. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Bennett Place, NC.
Briggs, Peter M. Wilson 55th NC Regiment Company A August 24, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin F. Briggs Pegram's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, Boydton Plank Road, 3rd Petersburg Was a Private and a Corporal in Company D of the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery). Acting Commander of Company C and Company I during September-October 1864. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Briggs, Suel B. Yancey Palmer's Legion,

58th NC Regiment
Yancey Boys,

Company C
Yancey Boys
May 29, 1862,

July 24, 1862,
July 29, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William W. Proffitt,

"    "
Capt. Jonathan P. Horton
First assigned to Palmer's Legion, which was not approved by the CSA or NC Military. Assigned to the 58th NC Regiment on July 24, 1862. Promoted to Captain.
Briggs, William B. Gaston 49th NC Regiment Company K
Pleasant Home Guards
March 23, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Peter Z. Baxter Resigned on June 5, 1862, details not provided.
Bright, John J. Bladen 1st NC Battalion - Heavy Artillery Company C March 25, 1863,
January 15, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William H. Brown Fort Anderson, Town Creek, Northeast Station Raleigh Hospital on March 10, 1865 with debility, returned to active duty on March 20, 1865.
Brinkley, John R. Jackson Love's Regiment-Thomas's Legion Company G May 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Daniel G. Fisher Strawberry Plains, Limestone Station, 1st Carter's Depot, Blue Springs, Henderson's Mill Was a Private. Resigned on October 29, 1863 due to lung issues; accepted on November 5, 1863.
Brinson, Wiliam G. Craven 5th NC Regiment Company D May 30, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Jacob Brookfield Resigned on July 17, 1861, reason not provided.
Bristol, George G. Clay Coleman's Battalion,

39th NC Regiment
Company E November 6, 1861,

May 19, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. James Bryan Baptist Gap, 2nd Murfreesboro Coleman's Battalion was merged into the 39th NC Regiment on May 19, 1862. Promoted to Captain.
Bristol, Robert A. Clay 39th NC Regiment Company E August 10, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. George G. Bristol Chickamauga Was a Private in Company K of the 3rd GA Regiment. Captrured in Cherokee County, NC on February 18, 1864. POW at Louisville, KY, then Camp Chase, OH, then Fort Delaware, DE, where he died on February 9, 1865 of Smallpox.
Britt, George W. Wayne 2nd NC Regiment 2nd Company C
Rip Van Winkles
April 7, 1862,
February 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Gideon M. Roberts,
Capt. Nathan B. Whitfield
Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 1st Kellysville, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Monocacy Junction, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester (mortally wounded/POW) Was a Sergeant.  Died in Hospital near Winchester on October 17, 1864.
Britt, John H. Hertford 66th Partisan Rangers
(Never Formally Organized),

68th NC Regiment
"    "
Company "unknown,"


Company E
"    "
August 29, 1863,


January 20, 1864,
August 15, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,


3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Langley Tayloe Butler's Bridge, 2nd Kinston, Cox's Bridge Earlier, a Sergeant in Company D of the 17th NC Regiment (2nd Organization).  The 66th Partisan Rangers were never formally organized, but redesignated as the 68th NC Regiment on January 20, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Brittain, Ben G. Henderson Woodfin's Battalion,

14th NC Battalion - Cavalry,

69th NC Regiment
(7th Cavalry)
Company A,

Company G,


Company A
September 13, 1863,

January 1864,


January 11, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Isaac A. Harris,

Capt. A. Erwin Posey,


Capt. James P. Deaver
Cosby Creek, Asheville Woodfin's Battalion was enlarged into the 14th NC Battalion-Cavaly on December 25, 1863, then redesignated as the 69th NC Regiment (7th Cavalry) on January 11, 1865. Lt. Brittain served in both Company A then Company G, then back to Company A. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Brittain, James Lambert Henderson Independent Company,

6th NC Battalion - Infantry,

60th NC Regiment
Henderson Rangers,

Company D,

Company D
July 10, 1862,

August 1, 1862,

October 8, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Charles M. Fletcher This Independent Company was assigned to the newly-created 6th NC Battalion-Infantry on August 1, 1862, which grew into the 60th NC Regiment on October 8, 1862. Resigned on November 5, 1862 due to bad leg; accepted on November 25, 1862.
Brittain, O.J. Burke 11th NC Regiment Company D April 22, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Calvin S. Brown Was a Sergeant. aka O.J. Britton. One source asserts he never rose above Sergeant.
Brittain, Thomas D. Henderson 16th NC Regiment Company I April 10, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John W. Lane Chancellorsville (wounded) Was a Private and a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Fredericksburg. Absent wounded from May 3, 1863 until he resigned on December 18, 1863 due to disability; accepted on January 9, 1864.
Brittingham, John W. Davidson 14th NC Regiment Company I 1st Lieutenant Capt. Thomas B. Bealle Was a Sergeant. Resigned, details not provided.
Britton, Jesse Thomas Northampton 12th NC Battalion - Cavalry,

16th NC Battalion - Cavalry
Company C,

Company G
March 16, 1863,

July 11, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Emory A. Martin Skirmish near Jordan's Fishery, Skirmish at Potecasi Creek, Boon's Mill, 2nd Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad (mortally wounded) The 12th NC Battalion-Cavalry was merged into the 16th NC Battalion-Cavalry on July 11, 1864. Died of wounds he received at the battel of 2nd Weldon Railroad, VA, on August 23, 1864.
Britton, Moses Moore 35th NC Regiment Company C
Scotch Riflemen
October 7, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Evander McN. Blue Was a Sergeant. Board of Officer Examiners rejected his promotion to Lieutenant, reduced in rank on November 1, 1862.
Broadfoot, Charles Wetmore Cumberland Maj. Gen. Theophilus H. Holmes Staff - Aide-de-Camp September 7, 1862 1st Lieutenant N/A Earlier, a Private in Company H of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment), then a Private and a Sergeant in Company D of the 43rd NC Regiment. Later, a Major, Lt. Colonel, and Colonel in the Junior Reserves.
Broadhurst, David J. Wayne 20th NC Regiment Company K
Columbus Guards No. 2
October 1, 1862,
Unknown
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas F. Toon Fredericksburg Was Sergeant Major. Promoted to Captain.
Broadnax, Edward Travis Rockingham Independent Company,

Evans' Battalion,

63rd NC Regiment
(5th Cavalry)
Galloway's Company,

2nd Company,

Company D
Rockingham Rangers
August 1, 1862,

September 12, 1862,


November 5, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. John M. Galloway This Independent Company was assigned to Evans' Battalion on September 12, 1862, then joined the 63rd NC Regiment (5th Cavalry) on November 5, 1862. Resigned on Novembere 14, 1862 to manage his plantation; accepted on November 25, 1862.
Brock, Ignatious W. Jones 46th NC Regiment Company G
Randolph Rangers
July 18, 1864,
November 10, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Robert P. Troy Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station (wounded), Dabney's Mill (killed) Was a Private and a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of the Wilderness, VA. Absent wounded from August 25, 1864 through December 1864. KIA on February 5, 1865 at the battle of Dabney's Mill, VA.
Brock, James V. Davie 42nd NC Regiment Company E July 31, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John H. Peebles Siege of Petersburg, Chaffin's Farm, 1st Fort Fisher, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant. Present through October 1864, no further records. Battles after that are "assumed."
Brodnax, William E. Northampton 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company G
Buncombe Rangers
October 1, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John W. Woodfin Vienna, Dranesville Promoted and transferred as Aide-de-Camp to the staff of Brig. Gen. Robert Ransom on March 1, 1862.
Brookfield, Rayner Craven 5th NC Regiment Company C January 17, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Henry M. Mullins Fort Magruder, Seven Pines (wounded), Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown Promoted from the ranks. Absent wounded from May 31, 1862 to March 1, 1863. Promoted to Captain.
Brooks, Alexander Stanly 42nd NC Regiment Company H March 25, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Jackson M. Hartsell Resigned c. June 30, 1862, details not provided.
Brooks, Charles B. Forsyth 11th NC Volunteers Company E
Forsyth Grays
May 24, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Rufus W. Wharton 1st Manassas Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862.
Brooks, Royal [TN] 60th NC Regiment Company H June 28, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. James T. Huff 1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, Adairsville, New Hope Church, Kolb's Farm (killed) Was a Private and a Corporal. Absent sick July-December 1863. KIA on June 22, 1864 at the battle of Kolb's Farm, GA.
Brooks, Stephen [TN] 58th NC Regiment Company C
Yancey Boys
April 9, 1865 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Edwin M. Clayton Was a Private in Company H of the 60th NC Regiment. Paroled on May 2, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Brooks, Terrell Chatham Independent Company,

Moss's Battalion - Senior Reserves
Brewer's Company - Senior Reserves,

Company B
July 26, 1864,

September 29, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. John A. Brewer This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. Adolphus A. Moss's Battalion-Senior Reserves on September 29, 1864. Elected as Major in the newly-created 6th NC Regiment Senior Reserves.
Brooks, Thomas H. Person Independent Company,

Barnett's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Davie's Company-Senior Reserves

Company G,

Company I
June 21, 1864,

late-August, 1864,

November 28, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. R.S. Davie Coosawhatchie, Siege of Savannah, Tuliffiny Iron Works, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. James A. Barnett's Battalion-Senior Reserves in late-August, 1864, then re-assigned to the 7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on November 28, 1864. Paroled on May 22, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Brooks, Thomas J. Harnett Independent Company,

41st NC Regiment
(3rd Cavalry)
Highland Rangers,

Company D
Highland Rangers
March 20, 1862,


September 3, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Alexander Murchison This Independent Company was assigned to the 41st NC Regiment (3rd Cavalry) on September 3, 1862. Promoted to Captain.
Brooks, William A. Duplin Independent Company,

Hooks' Battalion - Senior Reserves,

8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Broadhurst's Company-Senior Reserves

Company A,

Company A
May, 1864,

May 31, 1864,

December 22, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Henry Broadhurst 1st Fort Fisher, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Maj. Boaz F. Hooks' Battalion-Senior Reserves on May 31, 1864, then re-assigned to the 8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 22, 1864.
Brooks, William A. Granville 30th NC Regiment Company G
Granville Rangers
September 7, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Richard P. Taylor Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 1, 1862.
Brooks, William F. Brunswick 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
Company K
Brunswick Artillery
February 19, 1862,
October 10, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John D. Taylor,
Capt. Daniel K. Bennett
Promoted to Captain.
Brothers, Joseph Warren Craven 1st NC Battalion - Local Defense,

67th NC Regiment
Company D,

Company D
February 21, 1863,

January 18, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Daniel A. Cogdell Potter's Raid, Jackson's Mills (POW) Was a Private in 1st Company I of the 10th NC Regiment (1st Artillery). The 1st NC Battalion-Local Defense was redesignated as the 67th NC Regiment on January 18, 1864. POW at Fort Monroe, VA, then Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Fort Pulaski, GA, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Broughton, Gaston H. Wake 26th NC Regiment Company D
Wake Guards
April 21, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. James T. Adams Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Rawls's Mills, Fort Anderson, Barrington's Ferry, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg (wounded/POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Baltimore, MD, then Point Lookout, MD, back to Fort Delaware. Promoted to Captain while imprisoned. 
Brown, Alexander D. New Hanover 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)


13th NC Battalion - Light Artillery
1st Company C
Cape Fear Light Artillery,

Company C
Cumming's Battery
October 3, 1863,



November 4, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,



2nd Lieutenant
Capt. James D. Cumming Bermuda Hundreds Campaign, Ware Bottom Church, Siege of Petersburg, 1st Weldon Railroad, The Crater, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville, Sailor's Creek Was a Sergeant. 1st Company C of the 36th NC Regiment (2nd Artillery) was transferred as Company C in the 13th NC Battalion-Light Artillery on November 4, 1863.  Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Brown, Alexander H. Moore 30th NC Regiment Company H March 19, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Jesse J. Wicker Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (wounded), 2nd Kellysville (POW) Was a Private and a Sergeant. Absent wounded from July 1, 1863 through August 1863. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Baltimore, MD, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Fort Pulaski, GA, back to Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Brown, Alsa James Duplin 38th NC Regiment Company A
Spartan Band
October 1, 1861,
April 18, 1862,
July 12, 1862,
July 26, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Adolphus G. Moseley
"   "
"   "
Capt. Nicholas E. Armstrong
Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mil, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Bernard House, Gettysburg (POW) Not re-elected as 2nd Lieutenant when regiment re-organized on April 18, 1862; however, he was elected as 3rd Lieutenant on that date. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, then Point Lookout, MD, exchanged at City Point, VA on March 20, 1864. Absent sick through June 1864. Promoted to Captain of Company E.
Brown, Andrew J. Madison 64th NC Regiment Company F November 5, 1862,
July 1, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Daniel W. Anderson 2nd Cumberland Gap (POW) Earlier, a Private in Company D of the 29th NC Regiment. Resigned on January 28, 1863 because he felt incompetent; rejected. POW at Louisville, KY, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Brown, Barton Robey Watauga 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company D
Watauga Rangers
May 20, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John C. Blair Willis's Church, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing, Rainbow Banks, White Oak Swamp Bridge, Harper's Ferry, Middletown (wounded) Was a Private. While absent wounded, he organized a company that became Company F in the 7th NC Battalion- Cavalry, and was appointed Captain on October 10, 1862.
Brown, Bedford Franklin 44th NC Regiment Company K
Franklin Guides to Freedom
March 3, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Rhett R.S. Lawrence Resigned on May 10, 1862; accepted on May 16, 1862.
Brown, Calvin S. Burke 1st NC Volunteers Company G
Burke Rifles
April 25, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Clark Moulton Avery Big Bethel Church Later Captain of Company D of the 11th NC Regiment.
Brown, Charles H. Craven Independent Company Brown's Battery July 23, 1861 2nd Lieutenant 1st New Bern (POW) Led a small artillery company for five months. This small unit was originally assigned to be part of the 1st Company H of the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery), but this unit never joined. POW at Johnson's Island, OH, exchanged in September of 1862. Brown then went to Mobile, AL.
Brown, David F. Jackson 62nd NC Regiment Company G July 14, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Andrew D. Hooper Zollicoffer, 2nd Cumberland Gap (POW) POW at Louisville, KY, then Camp Chase, OH, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 10, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Brown, Dempsey S. Forsyth 2nd NC Battalion - Infantry Company G September 25, 1862,
July 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William H. Wheeler,
Capt. Henry C. Wheeler
Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, Jack's Mountain, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Monocacy Junction, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville, Appomattox Court House Was a Sergeant and captured at the battle of Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged, then a 2nd Lieutenant. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Brown, Edom K. Madison Wise's Legion (VA)
(Never Completed),


2nd NC Battalion - Infantry
Madison Guards,


Company H
Madison Guards
July 5, 1861,



November 1, 1861
1st Lieutenant Capt. Lawrence M. Allen Roanoke Island This company was first assigned to Col. Green's Regiment of Wise's Legion (VA). The regiment failed to complete its organization, and the companies were re-organized as the 2nd NC Battalion-Infantry on November 1, 1861. Apparently not captured at the battle of Roanoke Island (or not there). Not re-elected when the company re-organized on September 25, 1862.
Brown, Edwin Caldwell Independent Company,

Stowe's Battalion - Senior Reserves
Oxford's Company - Senior Reserves,

Company F
July 19, 1864,

August 15, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Elisha C. Oxford This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. George C. Stowe's Battalion-Senior Reserves on August 15, 1864. Resigned on November 15, 1864 upon reaching the age of 50 years old.
Brown, Grey L. Edgecombe 13th NC Regiment Company G
Edgecombe Rifles
March 8, 1863,
November 14, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John A. Fuqua Chancellorsville (wounded/POW), Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg Was a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Fort Magruder, VA. POW at Washington, DC Hospital, then Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC. Rejoined the company in October 1863. Promoted to 1st Lieutenant and Captain.
Brown, Hamilton A. Wilkes 1st NC Regiment Company B
Wilkes Volunteers
June 3, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. James B. Gordon Promoted to Captain.
Brown, Henry William Pitt 55th NC Regiment Company E April 1, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. James S. Whitehead Promoted to Captain.
Brown, Hezekiah Duplin 43rd NC Regiment Company C March 22, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Ruffin Barnes 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth (wounded), Berryville, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Mt. Jackson, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville Was Sergeant Major. Absent wounded from April 20, 1864 through August 1864. Acting Commander of Company F during January-February 1865. Also Acting Commander of Company K for part of January-February 1865. Paroled on April 11-21, 1865 at Farmville, VA (?). 
Brown, Hugh Lawson Rowan 57th NC Regiment Company K July 4, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Alfred A. Miller Fredericksburg (mortally wounded) Died on December 25, 1862 from wounds received at the battle of Fredericksburg, VA on December 13, 1862.
Brown, Isaac Duplin Independent Company,

Hooks' Battalion - Senior Reserves,

8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Broadhurst's Company-Senior Reserves

Company A,

Company A
May, 1864,

May 31, 1864,

December 22, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Henry Broadhurst 1st Fort Fisher, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Maj. Boaz F. Hooks' Battalion-Senior Reserves on May 31, 1864, then re-assigned to the 8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 22, 1864.
Brown, James Yadkin Independent Company,

Stowe's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Nicholson's Company-Senior Reserves

Company A,

Company H
July 7, 1864,

August 15, 1864,

December 5, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. John M. Nicholson This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. George C. Stowe's Battalion-Senior Reserves on August 15, 1864, then re-assigned to the 5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 5, 1864. Reported in January that he had been AWOL since enlistment.
Brown, James M. Catawba 12th NC Regiment Company A
Catawba Rifles
May 1, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. David P. Rowe Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill (wounded) Was  Private and a Sergeant. Absent wounded from July 1, 1862 until he resigned on April 9, 1863; accepted on April 18, 1863.
Brown, Joel H. Alexander 37th NC Regiment Company G
Alexander Soldiers
October 9, 1861,
May 2, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John G. Bryan,
Capt. James Reed
1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill (wounded) Absent wounded from June 27, 1862 until he resigned on September 2, 1862 due to his wounds; accepted on  September 30, 1862.
Brown, John Badger New Hanover 3rd NC Regiment Company B May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Stephen D. Thruston Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill (wounded) Promoted to Captain.
Brown, John C. Columbus 20th NC Regiment Company K
Columbus Guards No. 2
March 12, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Thomas F. Toon Was a Private. Elected while absent sick, never returned to the unit and dropped from the rolls on October 1, 1862.
Brown, John D. Mecklenburg 37th NC Regiment Company C
Mecklenburg Wide Awakes
May 16, 1863
June 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Owen N. Brown,
Capt. Lawson A. Potts
Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (POW) Was a Sergeant in Company I of the 63rd NC Regiment (5th Cavalry). POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE, exchanged at Varina, VA on October 5, 1864. Promoted to Captain.
Brown, John E. Mecklenburg 7th NC Regiment Company D May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. William Lee Davidson Appointed Adjutant on August 28, 1861. Then transferred to 42nd NC Regiment and promoted to Lt. Colonel then Colonel.
Brown, John Isaac Craven 2nd NC Regiment,

1st NC Battalion - Local Defense,

67th NC Regiment
2nd Company C
Rip Van Winkles,

Company F,

Company F
March 13, 1863,

July 20, 1863,

January 18, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. Nathan B. Whitfield,

Capt. David P. Whitford,

Capt. David P. Whitford
1st Kellysville, Chancellorsville (wounded), 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Sinking of the C.S.S. Albemarle, Poplar Point, Fort Branch, 2nd Kinston, Cox's Bridge, Hookerton Was a Sergeant. Resigned on July 20, 1863, appointed 1st Lieutenant of Company F, 1st NC Battalion-Local Defense, which was redesignated as the 67th NC Regiment on January 18, 1864. Reported present through June 30, 1864, no further records. Assumed he served until the end of the war. One source asserts he was wounded three times, no details provided.
Brown, John Levi Alexander 37th NC Regiment Company G
Alexander Soldiers
January 2, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Daniel L. Hudson Chancellorsville (mortally wounded) Was a Corporal in Company D of the 12th SC Regiment. Died on May 17, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Chancellorsvillle, VA.
Brown, John M. Watauga 37th NC Regiment Company B
Watauga Marksmen
December 2, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Andrew J. Critcher Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm Was a Private, and wounded at the battle of Gaines's Mill, VA. Then a Sergeant and a 3rd Lieutenant. Resigned on February 25, 1864 due to ill health; accepted on March 11, 1864.
Brown, John W. Sampson 10th NC Volunteers,
20th NC Regiment
Company E
Holmes Riflemen
May 9, 1861,
April 26, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Owen L. Chesnutt,
Capt. James W. Wright
Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill Resigned on July 23, 1862 due to rheumatism and debility. Died in Richmond Hospital on August 22, 1862.
Brown, Joseph A. C. Davidson 12th NC Volunteers Company L
Uwharrie Rifles
June 18, 1861,
May 17, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Robert H. Gray Seven Pines Promoted to Captain.
Brown, London Johnston 14th NC Volunteers,
24th NC Regiment
Company E
Lone Star Boys
May 8, 1862,
May 16, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Barney Lane Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg (mortally wounded) Was a Private. Richmond Hospital on December 13, 1862 until he died on January 23, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Fredericksburg, VA.
Brown, Martin Wilkes Independent Company,

5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Manning's Company - Senior Reserves,

Company F
July 22, 1864,

December 5, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. William D. Manning This Independent Company was assigned to the 5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 5, 1864.
Brown, Nathaniel Lane Wake 47th NC Regiment Company B August 26, 1862,
July 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Everard Hall,
Capt. Campbell T. Iredell
Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Station (POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 11, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Brown, Owen N. Mecklenburg 37th NC Regiment Company C
Mecklenburg Wide Awakes
February 13, 1862,
February 25, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James M. Potts 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill Was a Private. Promoted to Captain and Major.
Brown, Robert Cotten Edgecombe 44th NC Regiment Company B January 14, 1862,
March 28, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Elisha C. Cromwell,
Capt. Baker W. Mabrey
Tranter's Creek Promoted to Captain.
Brown, Robert Hamilton Jackson Love's Regiment-Thomas's Legion,



39th NC Regiment
1st Company A,


Company K
Jackson Rangers
November 8, 1862,


January 1863,
February 13, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,


3rd Lieutenant
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Andrew W. Bryson,


Capt. Andrew W. Bryson,
Capt. Julius W. Fisher
2nd Murfreesboro, Jackson Expedition, Chickamauga, 1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Resaca, Adairsville, New Hope Church, Pine Mountain, Latimer's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, Ezra Church, Allatoona, Nashville, Spanish Fort Was a Private. 1st Company A of Love's Regiment-Thomas's Legion was re-assigned to the 39th NC Regiment in January of 1863. Sick in Yazoo City, MS Hospital from May-June 1863. Paroled on May 9, 1865 at Meridian, MS.
Brown, Romulus W. Burke 65th NC Regiment
(6th Cavalry)
Company K June 1, 1864 1st Lieutenant [Captain a POW] Cobb's Mills, Jackson's Mills, 2nd Kinston, Moccasin Creek Was a Private in Company A of the 58th NC Regiment, then a Corporal in Company B of the 5th NC Battalion-Cavalry, then a Corporal and a Sergeant in this unit. Reported presen through August 1864, no further records. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Brown, Rufus D. Davie 4th NC Regiment Company G
Davie Sweepstakes
May 28, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William F. Kelly Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Resigned on February 25, 1863 due to ill health; accepted on March 16, 1863.
Brown, Samuel P. Burke 6th NC Regiment Company E February 4, 1863,
July 1, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. James H. Burns,
Capt. John A. McPherson
Chancellorsville, Salem Church, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg (wounded), Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station, Payne's Farm, 2nd New Bern, Plymouth, Valley Campaigns, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Lynchburg, Monocacy Junction, Siege of Petersburg, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove Was a Corporal. Absent wounded from July 1, 1863 through August 1863. Present through December 1864. Reported at Greensborough Hospital on April 7, 1865. 
Brown, Samuel S. Buncombe 4th NC Volunteers Company F
Rough-and-Ready Guards
May 4, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Zebulon B. Vance Died on February 28, 1862 at Smithfield, VA, reason not provided.
Brown, Stephen Justice Watauga 7th NC Battalion - Cavalry,

65th NC Regiment
(6th Cavalry)
"    "
Company F,


Company A
"    "
March 1863,


August 3, 1863,
1865
3rd Lieutenant,


3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Barton R. Brown Simpson's Ford, Monticello, Garysville, Leet's Tanyard, Chickamauga, Philadelphia (TN), Cobb's Mills, Jackson's Mills, Spring Green, Butler's Bridge, Poplar Point, Fort Branch, 2nd Kinston Was a Private and a Sergeant in Company D of the 9th NC Regiment (1st Cavalry). The 7th NC Battalion-Cavalry was assigned to the 65th NC Regiment (6th Cavalry) on August 3, 1863. Served as Acting Adjutant from July-December 1864. Paroled on April 20, 1865 in Nash County, NC with rank of 1st Lieutenant.
Brown, Thomas J. Davie 4th NC Regiment Company G
Davie Sweepstakes
May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William F. Kelly Transferred to the 42nd NC Regiment and promoted to Captain of Company E on March 21, 1862, then Major.
Brown, Van Madison Wise's Legion (VA)
(Never Completed),


2nd NC Battalion - Infantry
Madison Guards,


Company H
Madison Guards
July 5, 1861,



November 1, 1861
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Lawrence M. Allen Roanoke Island (POW) This company was first assigned to Col. Green's Regiment of Wise's Legion (VA). The regiment failed to complete its organization, and the companies were re-organized as the 2nd NC Battalion-Infantry on November 1, 1861.  POW, paroled, exchanged on August 18, 1862. Promoted to Captain.
Brown, William Rowan 4th NC Regiment Company K May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Francis M.Y. McNeely Resigned on October 30, 1861, reason not provided.
Brown, William Clinton Haywood Love's Regiment-Thomas's Legion Company E March 17, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Julius M. Welch Strawberry Plains, Limestone Station, 1st Carter's Depot, Blue Springs, Henderson's Mill, 2nd Carter's Depot, Piedmont Was a Corporal then a Private in Company L of the 16th NC Regiment, then a Private and a Sergeant in this unit. Lynchburg Hospital on July 1, 1864. Furloughed for 60 days on August 31, 1864. Absent sick on September 29, 1864. No further records.
Brown, William H. Madison 29th NC Regiment Company D August 13, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John A. Jarvis 1st Cumberland Gap, Tazewell Resigned on August 13, 1862 due to ill health.
Brown, William H. Woodfin's Battalion,

14th NC Battalion - Cavalry
September 1, 1863,

December 25, 1863
1st Lieutenant Woodfin's Battalion grew into the 14th NC Battalion-Cavalry on December 25, 1863. Resigned on September 23, 1864. No further information.
Brown, William Henry New Hanover Independent Company McRae's Company of Heavy Artillery March 8, 1862,
November 18, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Alexander McRae Promoted to Captain when this unit was assigned to the 1st NC Battalion-Heavy Artillery on March 25, 1863.
Brown, William P. Rowan 1st NC Regiment Detailed Men Company H October 1, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Philip H. Montigue Salisbury
Brown, William S. Rowan Gibbs' Prison Guard Battalion,

42nd NC Regiment
Company A,

Company A
November 26, 1861,

April 22, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Charles W. Bradshaw This unit originated as Company A in Gibbs' Prison Guard Battalion, and was folded into the 42nd NC Regiment when it was offically organized on April 22, 1862. Transferred to NC Prison Guards on May 1, 1862.
Brown, William S. Rowan 1st NC Regiment Detailed Men Company H October 1, 1864,
October 1, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Addison G. Brenizer,
Capt. Philip H. Montigue
Salisbury Possibly the same man as directly above.
Bruer, James D. Chowan 3rd NC Battalion - Light Artillery Company C
North Carolina Artillery
February 24, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Thomas Capehart Company disbanded on July 4, 1862, discharged.
Bruff, Richard W. Cumberland 2nd NC Battalion - Local Defense Company D October 1, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William P. Wemyss Was a Private. Present through December 1864, no further records.
Brumley, Ozni R. Cabarrus 10th NC Volunteers,
20th NC Regiment
Company B
Cabarrus Black Boys
March 7, 1862,
March 26, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. James B. Atwell Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Bryan, A.P.C. Wake City Battalion of Raleigh Company C June 23, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Virginius Ballard Unclear when this battalion ended.
Bryan, Charles L. Bladen Independent Company,

40th NC Regiment
(3rd Artillery)
Bladen Artilery Guards,

2nd Company K
Bladen Artillery Guards
May 6, 1862,


December 1, 1863
1st Lieutenant Capt George Tait,


Capt. Daniel James Clark
2nd Fort Fisher (POW) Independent Company until assigned as 2nd Company K in the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery) on December 1, 1863. POW at Fort Columbus, NY. Left in Hospital at Fort Monroe, VA on March 4, 1865. No record of exchange.
Bryan, Daniel O. Moore 9th NC Volunteers
(2nd Cavalry),

19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company I July 18, 1861,
January 1, 1862,


April 30, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant,


"  "
Capt. Jesse L. Bryan 1st New Bern, Gillett's Farm, Raid on Chambersburg, Fredericksburg, Raid on Dumfries, 1st Stoneman Raid, Providence Church Road, Beverly Ford, Brandy Station, Middleburg, Upperville, Hanover, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Jack's Shop, Russell's Ford & James City, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, 2nd Auburn, Buckland Races, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Todd's Tavern, Spotsylvania, Sheridan's Raid on Richmond, Yellow Tavern, Meadow Bridge, Fort Pocahontas, Haw's Shop, Hanover Court House, 1st Weldon Railroad, Samaria Church, Wilson-Kautz Raid, Staunton River Bridge, Sappony Church, Gravel Hill, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, McDowell's Farm, Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid Promoted to Captain.
Bryan, Edward K. Craven 2nd NC Regiment Company I
Beaufort Rifles / Beauregard Rifles
May 16, 1861,
October 30, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Daniel W. Hurtt Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg Resigned on January 10, 1863 to accept appointment as Adjutant of 31st NC Regiment.
Bryan, George Pettigrew Wake 9th NC Volunteers
(2nd Cavalry)

19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company G September 30, 1861,


April 30, 1862,
August 30, 1862,
September 1, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,


"   "
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Lewis E. Satterthwaite,


"  "
Capt. Mills L. Eure
"  "
1st New Bern, Raid on Chambersburg, Fredericksburg, Raid on Dumfries, 1st Stoneman Raid, Providence Church Road, Beverly Ford, Brandy Station, Middleburg, Upperville (wounded/POW) POW at Point Lookout, MD, exchanged on March 10, 1864. Promoted to Captain while in captivity on July 14, 1863.
Bryan, George W. Craven 13th NC Battalion - Light Artillery Company F
Potts' Battery
November 20, 1863,
May 8, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John R. Potts,
Capt. Henry G. Flanner
Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, The Crater, Fort Harrison, Darbyton & New Market Road, 2nd Darbytown Road, Burgess' Mill Was a Sergeant in 1st Company H of the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery). Reported present through December 1864, assumed he served until the end of the war.
Bryan, James Onslow 41st NC Regiment
(3rd Cavalry)
Company H
Humphrey Troops
December 10, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Julius W. Moore Siege of Suffolk, Greenville, Block House, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Meadow Bridge, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Haw's Shop, Hanover Court House, Ashland, 1st Weldon Railroad, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid Was a Private and a Corporal. Temporarily attached to Company D of the 7th CSA Cavalry during May to December 1863. Resigned on September 21, 1864; accepted on October 12, 1864.
Bryan, James A. Lieutenant 1st New Bern Ordnance Officer on Brig. Gen. Lawrence O. Bryan's staff in March of 1862.
Bryan, James D. Wayne 27th NC Regiment Company A
Goldsborough Rifles
July 5, 1861,
November 21, 1861
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Marshall D. Craton,
Capt. Stephen D. Phillips
1st New Bern Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Bryan, John D. Wayne 27th NC Regiment Company A
Goldsborough Rifles
October 1, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. James D. Bryan Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, South Anna Bridge, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station Was a Private and a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Bryan, John S. Wake 14th NC Regiment Company K
Raleigh Rifles
April 27, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph Jones  Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 1st Kellysville, Chancellorsville (wounded), Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Raccoon Ford, Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church (POW) Was a Private and a Sergeant. Absent wounded from May 3, 1863 through June 1863. POW at Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bryan, Johnson H. Craven 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company H May 16, 1861,
April 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas Ruffin Resigned on November 20, 1862 due to disability. Later, a Captain/AQM in the QM Department.
Bryan, Joseph B. Beaufort 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)


13th NC Battalion - Light Artillery
2nd Company G
Kennedy Artillery,

Company D
Adams' Battery
April 21, 1862,



November 4, 1863
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Zachariah T. Adams 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville (POW) Was a Private. Elected 2nd Lieutenant when this unit re-organized on April 21, 1862. This unit was later re-assigned as Company D of the 13th NC Battalion-Light Artillery on November 4, 1863. POW at Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bryan, Josiah H. Sampson 38th NC Regiment Company C
Sampson Farmers
???
November 12, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Owen L. Chesnutt Nothing more known. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Bryan, Lewis W. Ashe 54th NC Regiment Company H
Western Rangers
March 21, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. David S. Cockerham 2nd Fredericksburg, Chancellorsvie (both assumed) Wounded on October 28, 1862, engagement not known. Absent wounded through February 1863. Resigned on March 18, 1863 due to his wounds; accepted on April 18, 1863. May have been too disabled to participate in the two battles shown at the left; records not clear.
Bryan, Samuel H. Wake 31st NC Regiment Company D September 17, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Ruffin L Bryant White Hall, 2nd Fort Wagner, Smithfield Was a Sergeant, and captured at the battle of Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged. Present through April 1864. Not with the regiment when it was surrendered at Bush Hill, NC.
Bryant, Evan N. Nash 47th NC Regiment Company A
Chicora Guards
June 25, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John H. Thorpe Was a Private. Resigned on August 17, 1862 due to ill health; accepted on September 11, 1862
Bryant, Henry Greene 3rd NC Regiment Company A
Greene County Riflemen
February 20, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James H. Albritton  Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness (wounded) Was a Corporal. Absent wounded, then at Richmond Hospital on February 25, 1865, returned to duty on March 7, 1865 (?). Paroled on May 27, 1865 at Charlotte, NC (?).
Bryant, Ruffin L. Wake 31st NC Regiment Company D September 18, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Langdon C. Manly Roanoke Island (POW) POW at the battle of Roanoke Island, NC on February 8, 1862. Paroled on February 21, 1862, then formally exchanged in September of 1862. Promoted to Captain.
Bryce, Robert S. Mecklenburg 1st NC Volunteers,

59th NC Regiment
(4th Cavalry)
Company B
Hornet Nest Rifles,

Company E
September 28, 1861,


July 14, 1862
1st Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant
Capt. William A. Owens,


Capt. John Y. Bryce
Franklin, White Hall, Goldsborough Bridge, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, Aldie, Middleburg, Upperville, Gettysburg, Jack's Mountain, 1st Hagerstown, Culpeper Court House, Jack's Shop (killed) Was a Sergeant. KIA on September 22, 1863 at the battle of Jack's Shop, VA.
Bryce, William H. Mecklenburg 59th NC Regiment
(4th Cavalry)
Company E March 1, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John Y. Bryce Sheridan's Raid on Richmond, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, Pegram's Farm Was a Sergeant. Danville Hospital on October 5, 1864 with infected leg. Furloughed on October 6, 1864. Reported absent with leave through February 1865. Unclear if he returned, assumed he did not.
Bryson, Andrew W. Jackson 6th NC Volunteers,
16th NC Regiment
"  "
Company A
"  "
"  "
March 7, 1862,
April 16, 1862,
September 30, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
"  "
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Andrew W. Coleman Fort Magruder, Seven Pines (wounded), Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm (wounded) Was a Sergeant. This unit was re-assigned as 1st Company A of Thomas's Legion on October 5, 1862. Promoted to Captain while recuperating and his commission was back-dated.
Bryson, James N. Cherokee Independent Company,

Walker's Battalion-Thomas's Legion
Berry's Company of Local Defense,

Company A
July 18, 1862,

October 1, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. C.C. Berry Strawberry Plains, Limestone Station, 1st Carter's Depot, Blue Springs, Henderson's Mill, 2nd Carter's Depot, Piedmont, Fort Stevens, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Kernstown, Cameron's Depot, Leetown, Berryville, Bunker Hill, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Soco Creek, Swannanoa Gap, Waynesville This Independent Company was assigned to Walker's Battalion-Thomas's Legion on October 1, 1862. Probably led the company while Capt. Berry was on detached duty to NC. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Bryson, William Hamilton Jr. Jackson 62nd NC Regiment Company H July 11, 1862,
August 1, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Rufus A. Edmondson,
Capt. John R. Dills
Zollicoffer (POW), 2nd Cumberland Gap (POW), Lick Creek Earlier, a Private and a Sergeant in Company B of the 25th NC Regiment. 1st POW, paroled, exchanged. 2nd POW at Louisville, KY, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, exchanged at City Point, VA on March 6, 1864. Richmond Hospital on March 6, 1864 with dysentery, returned to duty. Resigned on January 7, 1865 due to chronic rheumatism; accepted on February 4, 1865.
Buchan, George C. Wayne 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)

40th NC Regiment
(3rd Artilery)
1st Company I
Herring Artillery,

3rd Company G
Herring Artillery
November 10, 1862,



November 4, 1863
1st Lieutenant Capt. William A. Holland Salvage of Kate This unit was re-assigned as 3rd Company G of the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery) on November 4, 1863. Buchan was promoted to Captain on December 1, 1863.
Buchanan, James C. Richmond 18th NC Regiment Company F
Scotch Boys
August 15, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Alfred A. Moffitt Jack's Shop, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor (mortally wounded) Was a Sergeant. Died at Richmond Hospital on June 7, 1864 from wounds received at the battle of Cold Harbor, VA.
Buchanan, James M. [MD] Indian Battalion-Thomas's Legion Company D September 2, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. Inoli Sevierville Raid, Gatlinburg, Deep Creek (POW) POW at Knoxville, TN, then Louisville, KY, then Camp Chase, OH, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Buchanan, John B. Richmond 8th NC Volunteers Company F
Scotch Boys
May 30, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Charles Malloy Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 24, 1862. Appointed Captain of Company F on November 28, 1862, but this was annulled by the CSA Secretary of War, reason not known.
Buchanan, Leonard M. Yancey 58th NC Regiment Company K July 29, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Samuel M. Silver Was a Private in Company B and Company E. Resigned on March 5, 1863 due to old age and feeling inadequate; accepted on April 28, 1863.
Buckner, Nenevah T. Buncombe 25th NC Regiment Company K
Black Mountain Guards
July 23, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Charles M. Roberts Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 28, 1862.
Buckner, Taylor Buncombe Independent Company,

69th NC Regiment
(7th Cavalry)
Barnard's Company,


Company K
January 1, 1865,


January 11, 1865
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Job D. Barnard Asheville This Independent Company was assigned to the 69th NC Regiment (7th Cavalry) on January 11, 1865. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Bugh, William J. Pitt 44th NC Regiment Company D
Pitt Regulators
March 24, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Lawrence R. Anderson Tranter's Creek Was a Corporal. Died at his home in Greenville, NC on July 9, 1862, details not provided.
Buhmann, Gustavus W. Harnett Independent Company,

41st NC Regiment
(3rd Cavalry)
Highland Rangers,

Company D
Highland Rangers
March 5, 1862,

September 3, 1862
April 20, 1863,
September 30, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,

3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Alexander Murchison,

"    "
Capt. Thomas J. Brooks,
"    "
Siege of Suffolk, South Anna Bridge, Greenville, 2nd New Bern, Block House, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Meadow Bridge, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Haw's Shop, Hanover Court House, Ashland, 1st Weldon Railroad, Fussell's Mill, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Boydton Plank Road, Five Forks, Namozine Church Eariler in 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment). This Independent Company was assigned to the 41st NC Regiment (3rd Cavalry) on September 3, 1862. Present through March 1865. All battles after that are "assumed."
Buie, Marcus W. Bladen 18th NC Regiment Company B
Bladen Light Infantry
April 24, 1862,
May 27, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutnant
Capt. Wiley J. Sikes,
Capt. John W. McGill
Hanover Court House, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Buie, William R. Bladen 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
Company H
Clarendon Artillery
(aka Clarendon Guards)
April 26, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Daniel Patterson 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher (wounded) Was a Private. May have died from wounds at 2nd Fort Fisher. One source asserts he was captured, but no records thereof.
Bullard, David S. Bladen 18th NC Regiment Company A
German Volunteers
January 23, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin F. Rinaldi Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Jack's Shop, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (POW) Was a Private and a Sergeant. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Fort Pulaski, GA, back to Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Bullock, Benjamin Franklin Granville 13th NC Volunteers,
23rd NC Regiment
Company E
Granville Targetteers
December 6, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. James H. Horner Fort Magruder Was a Sergeant. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 10, 1862.
Bullock, George B. Granville 23rd NC Regiment Company I
Granville Stars
November 16, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. George T. Baskerville Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (POW), Gettysburg Was a Sergeant in Company B of the 12th NC Regiment. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, exchanged within three weeks. Promoted to Captain.
Bullock, John T. Granville 23rd NC Regiment Company E
Granville Targetteers
May 10, 1862,
September 25, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Abner D. Peace Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg (wounded), Fredericskburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (wounded), Wilderness Campaign, Wildnerness, Spotsylvania (POW) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. 1st absent wounded from September 17, 1862 for a short duration. 2nd absent wounded from July 1, 1863 through unspecified date (assume through December 1863). POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Fort Pulaski, GA, back to Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance. [Another Source: One of three officers from the 23rd NC Regiment captured at Spotsylvania, VA, to be taken to Charleston, SC and placed under Confederate Fire and faced starvation at Fort Royal later].
Bullock, Walter Col. Peter Mallett's Battalion,

2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company D,

Company H
Unknown,

March 6, 1865
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant
No Captain,

Capt. Joseph J. Laughinghouse
1st Kinston (POW), 2nd Kinston, Bentonvile POW, paroled, exchanged. Later, a Lieutenant in Company H of the 2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Bullock, William A. Robeson 51st NC Regiment Company E
Clay Valley Rangers
August 15, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Andrew J. Ashley 2nd Weldon Railroad (POW) Earlier, a Private in 1st Company D of the 2nd NC Volunteers, then a Private in this Company. POW at Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Not know what happened next.
Bumpass, Alexander Jones Person 24th NC Regiment Company H
Person Invincibles
October 20, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William G. Baird Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill (killed) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. KIA on March 25, 1865 at the battle of Hare's Hill, VA.
Bumpass, Monroe D.C. Person 14th NC Volunteers,
24th NC Regiment
Company A
Roxborough Grays
March 17, 1862,
May 16, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. James Holeman Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill (wounded) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Absent wounded from July 1, 1862 until he resigned on March 12, 1863 due to his wounds and because he had been elected to the NC House of Commons.
Bunch, Nehemiah Hertford 68th NC Regiment Company F September 6, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William M. Sutton Butler's Bridge, 2nd Kinston, Cox's Bridge Was a Private in Company E. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Bunn, Benjamin Hickman Nash 47th NC Regiment Company A
Chicora Guards
September 24, 1862,
October 14, 1863,
June 2, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John H. Thorpe Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg (wounded), Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill Was a Private and a Sergeant in Company I of the 30th NC Regiment. Wounded near Petersburg, VA on March 25, 1862, then in Richmond Hospital. When told that Petersburg had fallen on April 2nd, he rose from his bed and walked to Danville, VA and then reached his home on the day his regiment surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Bunn, Elias Nash 30th NC Regiment Company I September 10, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. William T. Arrington Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 1, 1862. Later, Adjutant on staff to Brig. Gen. Lawrence O. Branch.
Bunting, David E. New Hanover 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
1st Company A
Wilmington Horse Artillery
June 18, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Samuel R. Bunting Re-assigned as an Independent Company before the 36th NC Regiment was officially organized. Resigned on September 15, 1862 due to chronic rheumatism.
Bunting, James V. Nash Independent Company,

13th NC Battalion-Infantry,

66th NC Regiment
Nichols' Company,

Company B,

Company B
December 13, 1861,

May 19, 1863,

October 2, 1863
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Possum Nichols Rocky Mount, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Port Walthall Junction, Ware Bottom Church, Cold Harbor,  2nd Petersburg, Siege of Petersburg, Darbytown & New Market Roads, 2nd Darbytown Road, Burgess' Mills, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher, Sugar Loaf, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to the 13th NC Battalion-Infantry on May 19, 1863, then re-assigned to the 66th. Farmville, VA Hospital on June 22, 1864 with kidney issues and diarrhea. Furloughed for 60 days on July 19, 1864, returned to duty prior to September 1, 1864. Richmond Hospital on November 19, 1864 with chronic cystitis, returned to duty on December 16, 1864. No further records. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Burch, James A. Person 50th NC Regiment Company A April 21, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. John C. Van Hook Malvern Hill Promoted to Captain.
Burgess, Elisha F. Cherokee Independent Company,

Walker's Battalion-Thomas's Legion
Berry's Company of Local Defense,

Company A
July 18, 1862,

October 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. C.C. Berry Strawberry Plains, Limestone Station, 1st Carter's Depot, Blue Springs, Henderson's Mill, 2nd Carter's Depot, Piedmont, Fort Stevens, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Kernstown, Cameron's Depot, Leetown, Berryville, Bunker Hill, 3rd Winchester (wounded), Belle Grove, Soco Creek, Swannanoa Gap, Waynesville This Independent Company was assigned to Walker's Battalion-Thomas's Legion on October 1, 1862. Absent wounded from September 19, 1864 to Octover 14, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Burgess, Simeon Camden 66th Partisan Rangers
(Never Formally Organized),

68th NC Regiment
Company F,


Company B
July 7, 1863,


January 20, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Willis B. Sanderlin The 66th Partisan Rangers were never formally organized, but redesignated as the 68th NC Regiment on January 20, 1864. Captured in Camden County on August 14, 1863. POW at Fort Norfolk, VA, then Point Lookout, MD, exchanged on September 9, 1864. Richmond Hospital, where he died on September 24, 1864 of chronic diarrhea.
Burgin, Charles H. McDowell 12th NC Volunteers,
22nd NC Regiment
Company K
McDowell Boys
June 5, 1861,
June 13, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Alney Burgin Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry Promoted to Captain.
Burgin, John A. Buncombe 11th NC Regiment Company K March 1, 1862,
September 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James M. Young White Hall, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg (killed) Earlier a Private in Company E of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment). KIA on July 3, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Burgin, John M. McDowell 22nd NC Regiment Company K
McDowell Boys
April 4, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William B. Gooding Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (wounded/POW) Was a Private. POW at Fort McHenry, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, back to Fort Delaware, DE, then to Hilton Head, SC, then to Fort Pulaski, GA, where he died on January 28, 1865 of chronic diarrhea.
Burgin, John W. Buncombe 11th NC Regiment Company K March 1, 1862,
November 1, 1862,
July 1, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James M. Young White Hall, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg (killed) Earlier a Private in Company E of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment). KIA on July 3, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Burgin, Joseph Benjamin McDowell 22nd NC Regiment Company K
McDowell Boys
September 6, 1862,
December 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Charles H. Burgin Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (POW) Was a Sergeant. Court-Martialed on April 9, 1863, details not provided. POW Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, paroled on May 18, 1863. Dropped as an officer on October 8, 1863, details not provided.
Burgwyn, William Hyslop Sumner Mecklenburg 35th NC Regiment Company H
Mecklenburg Farmers
September 3, 1861,
July 4, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John M. Alexander,
Capt. David G. Maxwell
1st New Bern, Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek Was a Private. Promoted to Captain.
Burke, James P. Rowan 4th NC Regiment Company B April 8, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Jesse F. Stansill Was a Private, and captured at the battle of Boonsboro Gap as a Private, hospitalized at Frederick, MD, then to Fort McHenry, MD. Exchanged on November 21, 1862. Promoted to Sergeant then 2nd Lieutenant. Discharged on September 28, 1863 due to earlier wound.
Burkhart, Jerome D. Cumberland 2nd NC Battalion - Local Defense Company E September 2, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. Martin V.B. Talley Discharged on November 30, 1863. January 1864, re-enlisted as a Private in Company C.
Burkhead, Solon E. Randolph 56th NC Regiment Company H
Pettigrew Guards
September 18, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William G. Graves Hare's Hill (POW) Was a Sergeant in Company D. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Burkkett, John W. Ashe 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company A May 1, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William H.H. Cowles Brandy Station (killed) Was a Sergeant, and captured at Monocacy Creek, VA on October 12, 1862, exchanged on November 10, 1862. KIA at the battle of Brandy Station, VA - source says on August 2, 1863, but the battle happened on June 6, 1863.
Burlison, Jesse M. Buncombe 25th NC Regiment Company K
Black Mountain Guards
April 30, 1862,
Nov-Dec 1862,
April 20, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Charles M. Roberts Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Gaine's Mill, Savage's Station, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg (wounded)  Was a Private. Absent wounded from December 13, 1862 through June 1863. Under arrest in July-August 1863. Furloughed September-October 1863. Under arrest November-December 1863. Promoted to Captain.
Burnett, Carter Rutherford 50th NC Regiment Company I
Rutherford Regulars
April 29, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John B. Eaves Malvern Hill Resigned on June 11, 1862 due to ill health; accepted on July 17, 1862.
Burnett, James A. Haywood 25th NC Regiment,


62nd NC Regiment
Company F
Haywood Highlanders,

Company I
June 29, 1861,


July 14, 1862,
Nov. '63-Apr. '64
2nd Lieutenant,


2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas I. Lenoir,


Capt. William J. Wilson
2nd Cumberland Gap, Morristown, Lick Creek, Warm Springs, Ashevile Declined to be re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 28, 1862. Later, a 2nd Lieutenant in Company I of the 62nd NC Regiment. Absent sick on December 18, 1862. Detailed as recruiting officer from February 8, 1863 to April 1863. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Burnett, Samuel J. New Hanvoer Independent Company Galloway's Company February 15, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. John W. Galloway, Sr. Was a Private. Reported under arrest March-June 1864, no further records.
Burnett, Thomas S. Stokes 53rd NC Regiment Company H
Danbury Blues
April 30, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Spotswood B. Taylor Resigned on December 1, 1862 due to ill health; accepted on December 5, 1862.
Burns, J.A. Caswell 12th NC Regiment Company G
Caswell Rifles
May 28, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Edward M. Scott Promoted to Captain.
Burns, James H. [SC] 6th NC Regiment Company E May 16, 1861,
June 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Isaac E. Avery,
Capt. Alphonso C. Avery
1st Manassas, Barhamsville, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, 1st Rappahannock Station, Thoroughfare Gap, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg Promoted to Captain. aka James H. Burns.
Burr, Ancrum B. New Hanover 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
2nd Company D
Anderson's Artillery
March 3, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Edward B. Dudley Harrison's Old Field, 2nd Fort Fisher (POW) POW at Ft. Columbus, NY. Exchanged at City Point, VA on March 5, 1865.
Burroughs, William C. Rockingham 13th NC Regiment Company I
Rockingham Rangers
April 26, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Chalmers Glenn Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Oak Grove, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill (POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Fort Monroe, VA, then Fort Delaware, DE, exchanged on August 5, 1862. Resigned on December 8, 1862; accepted on December 23, 1862.
Burrras, Eugene Martin 1st NC Regiment Company H May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Richard W. Rives Resigned on August 15, 1861.
Burton, James F. Rockingham 45th NC Regiment Company H
Rockingham Guards
May 18, 1862,
July 29, 1862,
September 6, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Marcus C. Holderby,
Capt. John W. Foster
"   "
Seven Days' Battles, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (wounded/POW) Was a Private. POW at Gettysburg Hospital, then David's Island, NY, then Fort Wood, NY, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Baltimore, MD, then Point Lookout, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, exchanged at City Point, VA on March 7, 1865. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Burton, James M. Person 24th NC Regiment Company A
Roxborough Grays
June 24, 1863,
1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. James Holeman Boon's Mill, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Siege of Petersburg, Battle of the Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill (POW) Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant.POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Burton, James T. Alamance 6th NC Regiment Company K December 2, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph S. Vincent Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Salem Church, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station (POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Burwell, Robert Turnbull Mecklenburg 43rd NC Regiment Company B
Union Farmers
October 2, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Robert P. Waring Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Valley Campaigns, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church (mortally wounded) Was a Private in Company B of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment), then a Private in this unit. Absent wounded until he died on March 18, 1865 at Charlotte, NC.
Busbee, Fabius H. Wake 3rd NC Regiment Junior Reserves Company E February 28, 1865 3rd Lieutenant Captain a POW 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Private. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Busbee, Quentin Wake 14th NC Regiment Company K
Raleigh Rifles
November 25, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. William H. Harrison Was a Private. Resigned on February 24, 1862 after being charged with intoxication and being AWOL.
Bush, Jacob Alexander Caldwell 26th NC Regiment Company I
Caldwell Guards
May 10, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Nero G. Bradford
(POW)
Yellow Tavern, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station (wounded), Dabney's Mill, Five Forks, 3rd Petersburg Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant, and wounded/captured at the battle of Gettysburg, PA; exchanged on September 8, 1863. Absent wounded from August 25, 1864 through December 1864. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Bushall, William J. Carteret 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company H
Topsail Rifles
April 7, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin T. Miller 2nd New Bern, Plymouth Was a Private. Captured at Fort Macon, paroled, exchanged. Then a Sergeant, then a 2nd Lieutenant. Present through February 1865.
Busick, Andrew J. Guilford 22nd NC Regiment Company E
Guilford Men
June 30, 1862,
September 15, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Joseph A. Hooper,
Capt. Robert W. Cole
Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Sutherland's Station, 3rd Petersburg, Farmville Was a Sergeant. Wounded at either Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, or Shepherdstown, absent wounded until unspecified date (assume through December 1862). Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Butler, John George Columbus 18th NC Regiment Company C
Columbus Guards No. 3
April 24, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William K. Gore Hanover Court House, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas (mortally wounded) Was a Private. Died on September 26, 1862 from wounds received at the battle of 2nd Manassas, VA.
Butler, R.H. Wake City Battalion of Raleigh Company A June 23, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. W.L. Brodie Unclear when this battalion ended.
Butler, Samuel M. Pasquotank 8th NC Regiment Company I May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Gaston D. Cobb Chicamacomico, Roanoke Island (POW) POW, paroled on February 21, 1862, exchanged in August 1862. Died at home on December 20, 1862 of consumption.
Butner, Elias J. Forsyth 57th NC Regiment Company D July 4, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. James E. Mann Richmond Hospital on October 4, 1862. Furloughed on October 16, 1862 for 30 days. Promoted to Captain while on furlough.
Butt, Thaddeus W. Pasquotank 8th NC Regiment Company A November 14, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Daniel A. Sawyer 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, Plymouth, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Fort Harrison (POW) Was a Private. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Buxton, Samuel N. Northampton 19th NC Regiment
(2nd Cavalry)
Company H July 10, 1862,
June 11, 1863
3rd Lieutenant
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. John Randolph,
Capt. Randall H. Reese
Raid on Chambersburg, Fredericksburg, Raid on Dumfries, 1st Stoneman Raid, Providence Church Road, Beverly Ford, Brandy Station, Middleburg, Upperville, Hanover (POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, exchanged on March 20, 1864. Promoted to Captain while in captivity.
Byars, John S. Cleveland 5th NC Volunteers Company C
Ellis Guards
April 27, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Christopher G. Love Resigned in October of 1861, details not provided.
Byers, Joseph C. Rutherford 34th NC Regiment Company B
Sandy Run Yellow Jackets
September 2, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. John Edwards Promoted to Captain.
Byers, Joseph R. Henderson 25th NC Regiment Company H
Cane Creek Rifles
April 30, 1862,
December 15, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Solomon Cunningham
Capt. Thomas J. Young
Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Gaine's Mill, Savage's Station, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Warm Springs, Suffolk, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Ware Bottom Church, Siege of Petersburg, Avery's Farm, 1st Weldon Railroad, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Hare's Hill, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks, Amelia Court House, Farmvile Was a Private and a Sergeant. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Bynum, B.T. McDowell 35th NC Regiment Company B
Marion Men
September 11, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. W.B. Halyburton Apparently resigned the day he was elected. Never appeared to have served on active duty.
Bynum, Lewis Jones 8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers,
"    "

66th NC Regiment
"    "
Company C,
"   "

Company D
"    "
October 25, 1862,
July 23, 1863,

October 2, 1863,
July 30, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Windal T. Robinson Sandy Ridge, Deep Gully, Skirmishes at Core Creek, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Port Walthall Junction, Ware Bottom Church, Cold Harbor, 2nd Petersburg, Siege of Petersburg, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Darbytown & New Market Roads, 2nd Darbytown Road, Burgess' Mills, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher, Sugar Loaf, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Corporal in Company A. Company C of the 8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers was assigned as Company D in the 66th NC Regiment on October 2, 1863. Promoted to 1st Lieutenant on November 22, 1864, back-dated to July 30, 1864. Commanded Company D from May to August 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Byrd, Cornelius R. Yancey 58th NC Regiment Company G July 14, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John W. Peek Chickamauga (mortally wounded) Died on November 2, 1863 at Kingston Hospital from wounds received at the battle of Chickamauga, GA.
Byrd, Daniel S. Harnett 7th NC Battalion - Junior Reserves Company A June 1, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. Thomas L. Hybert Promoted to Captain.
Byrd, David S. Harnett 50th NC Regiment Company H March 24, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph H. Atkinson Malvern Hill Resigned on December 4, 1862 due to physical disability; accepted on December 10, 1862. Re-enlisted as a Private.
Byrd, Samuel D. Yancey 6th NC Volunteers Company C May 1, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John S. McElroy Was not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862.
Byrd, William J. Yancey 16th NC Regiment Company C October 16, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Nelson M. Wilson Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (POW), Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Fort Harrison, Jones's Farm, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Boydton Plank Road, 3rd Petersburg (POW) Was a Private and a Sergeant. 1st POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, exchanged on April 30, 1864. 2nd POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Byrd, William S. Lenoir Independent Company,


61st NC Regiment
Croom's Company,

Company E
Eastern Stars
April 1, 1862,
 

September 5, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. Allen Croom Appointed Acting Adjutant on September 20, 1862, and also served thusly from March-June 1863. Promoted to Captain and transferred back to this Company on July 1, 1863.
Byrne, Matthew A. Columbus 8th NC Volunteers Company H
Columbus Guards No. 1
April 22, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John W. Ellis Promoted to Captain.
Cabaniss, Harvey D. Cleveland 5th NC Volunteers Company D
Cleveland Mountain Boys
May 14, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. William S. Corbett Appointed AQM.
Cabaniss, Joseph B. Cleveland 55th NC Regiment Company D
Cleveland Farmers
March 11, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Silas D. Randall Siege of Suffolk, Gettysburg (wounded/POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Baltimore, MD, then Point Lookout, MD, exchanged at City Point, VA on March 20, 1864. Not known when he returned to active duty. Richmond Hospital on October 21, 1864 with chronic diarrhea, then another hospital on November 27, 1864. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Caffey, Wilson S. Alamance 8th NC Regiment Company I January 6, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Gaston D. Cobb  2nd Fort Wagner, 2nd New Bern, Suffolk, Plymouth, 2nd Fort Fisher, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Was a Sergeant, and captured at Roanoke Island. POW, paroled, exchanged. Wounded near Washington, NC in April of 1864 in brief skirmish not recorded. Absent sick through October 1864. Paroled on May 9, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Cagle, Henry W. Buncombe 39th NC Regiment Company D
Highland Greys
August 10, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William Allen Chickamauga, 1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Resaca, Adairsville, New Hope Church, Pine Mountain, Latimer's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, Ezra Church, Allatoona, Nashville, Spanish Fort (POW) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant, and wounded at 2nd Murfreesboro, TN. POW at Ship Island, MS, then New Orleans, LA, then Vicksburg, MS, then Camp Townsend, MS. Paroled on May 9, 1865 at Meridian, MS.
Cahill, Timothy J. Mecklenburg 7th NC Regiment Company D June 30, 1862,
February 24, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William Lee Davidson,
Capt. William J. Kerr
Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Cain, Daniel J. Davie 4th NC Regiment Company G
Davie Sweepstakes
April 19, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William F. Kelly Fort Magruder, Seven Pines (mortally wounded) Was a Sergeant. Died on June 5, 1862 from wounds received at the battle of Seven Pines, VA.
Cain, Isaac J. Bladen 36th NC Regiment
(2nd Artillery)
2nd Company I
Bladen Artillery
November 10, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John T. Melvin Harrison's Old Field, 2nd Fort Fisher (POW) Was a Sergeant. This unit was first designated Company H, then 1st Company F, and finally 2nd Company I, when the 1st Company I was transferred to the 40th NC Regiment (aka 3rd Artillery) on November 3, 1863. POW at Ft. Columbus, NY. Exchanged at James River, VA on March 5, 1865.
Cain, James Frederick Orange Independent Company Orange Light Artillery March 15, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. William Cameron Independent Company first assigned as 2nd Company G in the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery). However, before formally joining the 40th NC Regiment, this unit was re-assigned as Company E of the 13th NC Battalion - Light Infantry on November 4, 1863. Cain resigned on December 10, 1862 due to asthma prior to this unit joining the 13th NC Battalion. Later, appointed Asssitant Surgeon in Raleigh.
Cain, Lorenzo Dow Brunswick 30th NC Regiment Company C
Brunswick Double Quicks
September 26, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph Green Seven Pines, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill (wounded) Died at Richmond Hospital on August 3, 1862 of Typhoid Fever.
Calder, R.C. Wilson 2nd NC Regiment Company B 1st Lieutenant Promoted from the Ranks.
Calder, Robert E. New Hanover 2nd NC Regiment Company B September 1, 1861,
September 17, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John Howard,
Capt. John C. Gorman
Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill (wounded) Was a Drillmaster. Absent wounded until December of 1862. Resigned on March 9, 1863 due to his wound.
Calder, William Craven 2nd NC Regiment Company K
Elm City Rifles
October 22, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. George C. Lewis Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, 1st Kellysville, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown Was a Drillmaster. Promoted to Adjutant in the 1st NC Battalion - Heavy Artillery on July 21, 1863.
Caldwell, Denson Alexander Mecklenburg 35th NC Regiment Company H
Mecklenburg Farmers
September 3, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John M. Alexander 1st New Bern Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 21, 1862. Later, a Private in Company F of the 63rd NC Regiment.
Caldwell, J. Ed. Mecklenburg 1st NC Regiment Detailed Men Company F October 1, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William P. Brown
Caldwell, John Burke 33rd NC Regiment Company E May 3, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William T. Parker Gettysburg (killed) Was a Private. KIA on July 3, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Caldwell, John A. Lincoln 23rd NC Regiment Company K
Beattie's Ford Riflemen
September 25, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Johnston Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (POW), Gettysburg (POW), Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Lynchburg, Monocacy Junction (wounded/POW) Was a Private. 1st POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, exchanged on May 18, 1863. 2nd POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, exchanged on March 20, 1864. 3rd POW at various Federal hospitals, then Point Lookout, MD, then Venus Point, GA, exchanged on November 15, 1864. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Caldwell, John H. Cabarrus 10th NC Volunteers,
"  "

20th NC Regiment
Company B
Cabarrus Black Boys
June 18, 1861,
March 5, 1862,

March 26, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,

"  "
Capt. James B. Atwell Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Raccoon Ford, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (wounded), Fort Stephens, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot (wounded) Was a Sergeant. 1st absent wounded from May 16, 1864 through July 10, 1864. 2nd absent wounded from July 20, 1864 through December 1864 (probably longer). Paroled on May 24, 1865 at Charlotte, NC.
Caldwell, Samuel P. Watauga 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company C,
Company D
May 16, 1861,
September 7, 1861
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James M. Miller,
Capt. George N. Folk
Vienna, Dranesville Resigned on February 3, 1862.
Callais, John Dudley Cumberland 33rd NC Regiment Company G
Cumberland Rangers
September 23, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Robert Wooten 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown (wounded), Chancellorsville (killed) Acting Captain on several occasions, but never formally promoted to Captain. Absent wounded from September 20, 1862 through December 1862. KIA on May 3, 1863 at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Callais, William J. [SC] 33rd NC Regiment Company G
Cumberland Rangers
August 6, 1862,
May 3, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Robert Wooten Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (wounded) First in SC unit. Absent wounded from May 3, 1863 through August 1863. Promoted to Captain while recuperating.
Calvert, John M. Northampton 9th NC Volunteers
(2nd Cavalry)
Company H July 6, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John Randolph Killed in July of 1861 before regiment was fully mustered.
Calvert, N. Cherokee Indian Battalion-Thomas's Legion Company E April 16, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James Welch
Cameron, John Wayne Independent Company,

Hooks' Battalion - Senior Reserves,

8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Gardner's Company-Senior Reserves

Company D,

Company E
April 18, 1864,

May 31, 1864,

December 22, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. James M. Gardner,

Capt. James M. Gardner,

No Captain
1st Fort Fisher, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Maj. Boaz F. Hooks' Battalion-Senior Reserves on May 31, 1864, then re-assigned to the 8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 22, 1864.
Camp, David C. Halifax 41st NC Regiment
(3rd Cavalry)
Company G
Scotland Neck Mounted Riflemen
December 20, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin G. Smith Greenville (killed) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. KIA on January 9, 1864 at the battle of Greenville, NC.
Camp, Joseph A. Cleveland 34th NC Regiment Company H
Rough & Readys
October 1, 1861,
February 10, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Samuel A. Hoey,
Capt. John A. Roberts
Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown (POW) One source asserts he was wounded at the battle of Gaines's Mill. POW at Fort McHenry, MD, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 11, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Camp, Joshua G. Wayne 34th NC Regiment Company I
Rutherford Band
April 18, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. John L. McDowell Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill Resigned on July 14, 1862 due to ill health; accepted on July 24, 1862.
Campbell, Arthur N. Davie 63rd NC Regiment
(5th Cavalry)
Company H February 1, 1865,
February 15, 1865,
February 15, 1865
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Charles W. Pearson Boydton Plank Road, Dinwiddie Court House, Five Forks, Namozine Church Was a Sergeant. Assume he served until the end of the war.
Campbell, Charles A. Guilford 27th NC Regiment Company B
Guilford Grays
December 11, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John A. Sloan Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, South Anna Bridge, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Polegreen Church (killed) Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Sharpsburg, MD. KIA on June 2, 1864 at the skirmish at Polegreen Church, VA.
Campbell, E. Mansfield Iredell 7th NC Regiment Company A January 10, 1862,
August 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Junius L. Hill,
Capt. John G. Knox
1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days's Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (killed) KIA on May 3, 1863 at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Campbell, Harden Henderson Stokes 53rd NC Regiment Company G
Mountain Greys
April 30, 1862,
June 29, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. George W. Clark,
Capt. John W. Rierson
Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Manassas Gap, Jeffersonton, Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Harper's Ferry, Monocacy Junction, Fort Stevens, Snicker's Gap, 2nd Kernstown, Smithfield Crossing, Berryville, 3rd Winchester (killed) Probably Acting Commander of Company G from May 10, 1864 through September 19, 1864. KIA on September 19, 1864 at the battle of 3rd Winchester, VA.
Canady, William Parker Carteret 10th NC Regiment
(1st Artillery)
Company G
Beaufort Harbor Guards
November 30, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James L. Manney 2nd New Bern, Plymouth Was a Private and a Sergeant. POW at Siege of Fort Macon as a Private, exchanged in August of 1862. Present through February 1865.
Candler, Charles N. Madison Wise's Legion (VA)
(Never Completed),

2nd NC Battalion - Infantry,


Allen's Legion,

64th NC Regiment
Madison Guards,

Company H
Madison Guards,

Company C,

Company C
July 5, 1861,

November 1, 1861


July 15, 1862,

October 31, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. Lawrence M. Allen,

Capt. Lawrence M. Allen


Capt. John Peek,

Capt. John Peek
Roanoke Island (POW), 2nd Cumberland Gap This company was first assigned to Col. Green's Regiment of Wise's Legion (VA). The regiment failed to complete its organization, and the companies were re-organized as the 2nd NC Battalion-Infantry on November 1, 1861.  POW, paroled, exchanged on August 18, 1862.  Not re-elected when company re-organized. Then appointed 1st Lieutenant in Allen's Legion, which was redesignated as the 64th NC Regiment on October 31, 1862. Reported under arrest on December 31, 1862, details not provided, returned to active duty by April 1863. Promoted to Captain on May 4, 1864.
Candler, Thomas Jefferson Buncombe 6th NC Battalion - Infantry Company E August 1, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. William W. McDowell Earlier, a Private in Company F of the 14th NC Regiment. The 6th NC Battalion - Infantry was pulled into the 60th NC Regiment on October 8, 1862. Candler was promoted to Captain just before - on October 1, 1862.
Candler, William Gaston Buncombe McDowell's Battalion Fourth Company May 17, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. William W. McDowell Resigned; accepted on August 1, 1862.
Candler, Zachariah M. Buncombe 64th NC Regiment Company C March 7, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John Peek 2nd Cumberland Gap (POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Louisville, KY, then Johnson's Island, OH, exchanged at City Point, VA on February 24, 1865. Did not return to active duty.
Cannady, W.E. Granville 2nd NC Volunteers Company B
Granville Greys
April 22, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. George Wortham Resigned on May 28, 1861, reason not provided.
Cansler, James Macon 6th NC Volunteers,

Folk's Battalion,

7th NC Battalion - Cavalry,

65th NC Regiment
(6th Cavalry)
Company H,

Company C,

Company C,


2nd Company G
May 14, 1861,

July 15, 1862,

September 12, 1862,


August 3, 1863
1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant,


1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas M. Angel,

Capt. Joseph W. Dobson,

Capt. Joseph W. Dobson,


Capt. Joseph W. Dobson
Simpson's Ford, Monticello, Garysville, Leet's Tanyard, Chickamauga, Philadelphia (TN) Not re-elected when the 6th NC Volunteers re-organized on April 26, 1862. Later in Company C of Folk's Battalion, which became the 7th NC Battalion-Cavalry then the 65th NC Regiment (6th Cavalry). Promoted to Captain.
Cansler, John P. Lincoln 35th NC Regiment Company B
Marion Men
April 23, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Thomas J. Blackwell Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg (wounded), Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Boon's Mill Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from September 17, 1862 to unspecified date (assume through October 1862). Resigned on October 21, 1863 due to ill health; accepted on October 26, 1863.
Canter, Nathan P. Wilkes Independent Company,

Stowe's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Carlton's Company-Senior Reserves

Company B,

Company A
July 7, 1864,

August 15, 1864,

December 5, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Charles Carlton Earlier a Corporal on Company K of the 53rd NC Regiment, then a Private in Company K of this regiment. This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. George C. Stowe's Battalion-Senior Reserves on August 15, 1864, then re-assigned to the 5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 5, 1864.
Canter, William S. Surry 21st NC Regiment Company I
Surry Marksmen
May 26, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Matthew C. Moore 2nd Winchester, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Valley Campaigns, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Lynchburg, Monocacy Junction, Fort Stevens, Stephenson's Depot, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Mt. Jackson, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg (POW) Was a Private and a Sergeant. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Cantrell, James Rockingham Independent Company,

5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Manning's Company - Senior Reserves,

Company F
July 22, 1864,

December 5, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. William D. Manning This Independent Company was assigned to the 5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 5, 1864.
Capehart, Cadmus Hertford 68th NC Regiment Company K November 24, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Simon B. Pool Butler's Bridge, 2nd Kinston, Cox's Bridge Was a Sergeant and Sergeant Major. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Capehart, Thomas Chowan 1st NC Volunteers Company M
Dixie Rebels
June 29, 1861 Jr. 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James K. Marshall Later enlisted in Company C of the 3rd NC Battalion - Light Artillery.
Capel, Robert W. Richmond 38th NC Regiment Company E
Richmond Boys
October 30, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Oliver H. Dockery Promoted to Captain.
Carawan, William Ruel Hyde 33rd NC Regiment Company H August 2, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Riddick Gatling, Jr. Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, 2nd Rappahannock Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop, Siege of Petersburg, 1st Weldon Railroad, Gravel Hill (wounded), Stony Creek Raid Was a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA. Absent wounded from July 28, 1864 through October 1864. Resigned on January 26, 1865, details not provided; accepted on February 15, 1865.
Cardwell, Joel R. Rockingham 3rd NC Volunteers Company H
Rockingham Guards
January 9, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Henry McGehee Siege of Yorktown, Lee's Mill Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862.
Carland, John M. Buncbome 39th NC Regiment Company D
Highland Greys
May 19, 1862,
November 18, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. William Allen Baptist Gap, 2nd Murfreesboro Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Died in camp near Shelbyville, TN on April 15, 1863, details not provided.
Carlton, Calvin Watauga 37th NC Regiment Company B
Watauga Marksmen
April 16, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Jonathan Horton Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill (wounded), Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown Was a Sergeant. Unclear if he was incapacitated due to wounds, assumed not. Resigned on November 22, 1862, details not provided.
Carlton, Francis D. Iredell 4th NC Regiment Company A October 29, 1862,
May 3, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William Lee Davidson,
Capt. William F. McRorie
Fredericskburg, Chancellorsville (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded until appointed Drill Master and Enrolling Officer at Statesville, NC effective December 8, 1863.
Carlton, Pinkney C. Iredell 7th NC Regiment Company A February 13, 1863,
May 3, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John G. Knox Chancellorsville (wounded), Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville (wounded), Siege of Petersburg, Jones' Farm (wounded) Was a Sergeant in Company B of the 19th NC Regiment (2nd Cavalry). Absent wounded from November 8, 1863 through August 1864. Absent wounded from September 30, 1864 through January 28, 1865.
Carmack, Alexander R. [TN] Love's Regiment-Thomas's Legion Company D October 5, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William B. Love Belle Grove (wounded/POW) Was a Sergeant in 2nd Company D of Walker's Battalion-Thomas's Legion, then Sergeant Major of this regiment. POW at Baltimore Hospital, then Point Lookout, MD, then Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Carmichael, William W. Wilkes 52nd NC Regiment Company F
Wilkes Grays
March 14, 1862,
April 18, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Marcus A. Parks,
Capt. Nathaniel A. Foster
Goldsborough Bridge, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Gravel Hill, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Fort Harrison, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid Acting Commander of this Company March-April 1864 and July-October 1864. Also Acting Commander of the Regiment July-October 1864. Promoted to Captain.
Carmon, Augustus W. Craven Clark's Special Battalion of NC Militia Company A
Russell's Company
January 20, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Richard A. Russell 1st New Bern Was 1st Lieutenant in 16th NC Militia.
Carnes, James [TN] Walker's Battalion-Thomas's Legion 1st Company D September 28, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. William C. Wallace This entire Company was transferred as Company I in the 1st TN Cavalry on November 14, 1862.
Carpenter, John Jr. Cleveland 1st NC Regiment Detailed Men Company C October 1, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. William C. Lattimore Was a Private in Company Company F, then Company B of the 55th NC Regiment.
Carpenter, Perry D. Gaston 34th NC Regiment Company E
Shady Grove Rangers
July 18, 1862,
March 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William O. Harrelson,
Capt. Micajah C. Davis
Chancellorsville (killed) Was a Private and a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Gaine's Mill, VA, returned to active duty in March 1863, after being promoted twice as lieutenant. KIA on May 3, 1863 at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Carpenter, Philip W. Lincoln 57th NC Regiment Company G July 4, 1862,
June 2, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John F. Speck Fredericksburg, 2nd Fredericksburg, Salem Church, Chancellorsville (POW), 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, Somerville Ford, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station, Payne's Farm POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, paroled on May 18, 1862. Returned to active duty on same date he was promoted to 1st Lieutenant. Commanded Company G from June to December 1863. Also Commanded Company F during November-December 1863. Promoted to Captain in January 1864, back-dated to August 19, 1863.
Carr, Jacob O. Duplin 30th NC Regiment Company E
Duplin Turpentine Boys
March 27, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John C. McMillan Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Was a Sergeant. Relieved via Court-Martial on Octrober 28, 1862, details not provided.
Carr, Jacob O. Duplin 67th NC Regiment Company L October 6, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Franklin Foy Sinking of the C.S.S. Albemarle Was a Sergeant in Company H of the 1st NC Battalion-Local Defense. Appointed "temporary Lieutenant" on October 6, 1864 until December 13, 1864. Unclear what came next. Most likely re-assigned to Company H until the end of the war.
Carr, Joseph D. Duplin 67th NC Regiment Company L October 6, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. Franklin Foy Sinking of the C.S.S. Albemarle Was a Sergeant in Company H of the 1st NC Battalion-Local Defense. Appointed "temporary Lieutenant" on October 6, 1864 until December 13, 1864. Unclear what came next. Most likely re-assigned to Company H until the end of the war.
Carr, Robert B. Duplin 43rd NC Regiment Company A
Duplin Rifles
March 6, 1862,
March 20, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas S. Kenan,
Capt. James G. Kenan
Seven Days' Battles, Malvern Hill, Deep Gully, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (wounded) Was a Sergeant in 1st Company C of the 2nd NC Volunteers. Captured in the ambulance train leaving the battle of Gettysburg, PA. POW at Frederick Hospital, then  Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD, back to Fort Delaware, DE, then to Hilton Head, SC, where he died on July 3, 1865 of chronic diarrhea.
Carr, Titus William Greene 67th NC Regiment Company K May 10, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph D. Myers 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Sinking of the C.S.S. Albemarle, Poplar Point, Fort Branch, 2nd Kinston, Cox's Bridge, Hookerton (POW) Was a Private and a Corporal in Company B of the 63rd NC Regiment (5th Cavalry), then a Private in this unit. POW at New Bern, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Carr, William A. Greene 5th NC Regiment Company E May 13, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Speight B. West Chancellorsville, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (killed) Was a Private in Company A of the 3rd NC Regiment. KIA on July 1, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Carr, William N. Greene 5th NC Regiment 2nd Lieutenant Promoted from the ranks of the 3rd NC Regiment.
Carraway, Joseph G. Martin 17th NC Regiment Company A
Roanoke Guards
March 20, 1862,
May 17, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. John C. Lamb,
Capt. William Biggs
1st Washington Was a Sergeant. Resigned on September 12, 1862 after being elected to the NC State Senate.
Carraway, William Whitfield Craven Independent Company Macon Mounted Guards October 7, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Peter G. Evans Promoted to Captain.
Carrier, Calvin C. [TN] 22nd NC Regiment Company F
Alleghany True Blues
May 5, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Preston B. Reeves Seven Pines (wounded) Was a Private. Absent wounded from May 31, 1862 until he was dimissed from the company on September 23, 1862, details not provided.
Carrington, Thomas R. Granville 13th NC Volunteers Company I
Granville Stars
June 17, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Robert Amis Fort Magruder Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 10, 1862.
Carrington, W.F. Caswell 6th NC Regiment Company H 2nd Lieutenant Promoted from the ranks.
Carroll, Benajah V. Duplin 9th NC Regiment
(1st Cavalry)
Company I May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Wiliam J. Houston Resigned on September 28, 1861. Later enlisted in Company B of 1st NC Battalion Heavy Artillery.
Carroll, Francis Marion Sampson 61st NC Regiment Company A September 23, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. James H. Robinson Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, 2nd Petersburg, Siege of Petersburg, The Crater (wounded), 2nd Fort Fisher, Sugar Loaf, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville (wounded) Was a Private and a Corporal. 1st absent wounded from July 30, 1864 at Richmond Hospital through October 31, 1864. 2nd absent wounded from March 21, 1865 at Raleigh Hospital until the war was over.
Carson, John McDowell 6th NC Regiment Company D May 16, 1861,
June 11, 1862,
January 21, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Samuel M. Tate,
Capt. Duncan C. Pearson,
Capt. Neill W. ray
1st Manassas, Barhamsville, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, 1st Rappahannock Station, Thoroughfare Gap, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg (wounded) Resigned on March 10, 1864 due to his wounds. Later, a Captain of Company A in Maj. Alphonso C. Avery's Battalion-Local Defense.
Carter, Elijah Allen Ashe 37th NC Regiment Company A
Ashe Beauregard Riflemen
September 20, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William J. Alexander 2Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania (mortally wounded) Was a Private and a Sergeant, and wounded at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA. Died on May 13, 1864, the day after he was wounded at the battle of Spotsylvania, VA.
Carter, Isaac T. Yadkin Independent Company,

Stowe's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Nicholson's Company-Senior Reserves

Company A,

Company H
July 7, 1864,

August 15, 1864,

December 5, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. John M. Nicholson This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. George C. Stowe's Battalion-Senior Reserves on August 15, 1864, then re-assigned to the 5th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 5, 1864. Deserted on January 15, 1865.
Carter, James H. Hyde 4th NC Regiment Company E
Southern Guards
May 31, 1862,
June 22, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. David M. Carter,
Capt. Daniel P. Latham
Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Carter, Melvin E. Madison Allen's Legion,


64th NC Regiment
Company A
Keith's Partisan Rangers,

Company A
May 10, 1862,
October 9, 1862,

October 31, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. James A. Keith,
Capt. Obediah H. Ramsay,

Capt. Obediah H. Ramsay
Promoted to Captain.
Carter, Robert A. Stanly Gibbs' Prison Guard Battalion,

42nd NC Regiment
Company D,

Company C
February 28, 1862,

April 22, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. Davidson A. Underwood,

Capt. James A. Howell
Tarborough, Gales' Creek, Bogue Sound Blockhouse, Shepherdsville, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Cold Harbor This unit originated as Company D in Gibbs' Prison Guard Battalion, and was folded into the 42nd NC Regiment as Company C when it was offically organized on April 22, 1862. Carter was promoted to Captain on June 3, 1864.
Carter, Robert N. Mecklenburg 6th NC Regiment Company F May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. James W. Wilson 1st Manassas Promoted to Captain.
Carter, Samuel Sidney Jones Independent Company,

8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers,
"   "
"   "

66th NC Regiment
Nethercutt's Company,

Company A,
"  "
"  "

Company F
June 10, 1862,

August 23, 1862,
December 10, 1862,
May 30, 1863,

October 2, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,

3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant,

1st Lieutenant
Capt. John H. Nethercutt,

Capt. Christopher D. Foy,
"   "
Capt. Willis J. Rasberry,

Capt. Willis J. Rasberry
Mill Creek Road, Deep Gully, Skirmishes at Core Creek, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Port Walthall Junction, Ware Bottom Church, Cold Harbor, 2nd Petersburg, Siege of Petersburg, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Darbytown & New Market Roads, 2nd Darbytown Road, Burgess' Mills, 1st Fort Fisher, Sugar Loaf, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston (wounded) This Independent Company was assigned to the 8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers on August 23, 1862, then re-assigned to the 66th NC Regiment on October 2, 1863. On guard duty at Wilmington January-April 1864. Wilmington Hospital on January 13, 1865 with pneumonia, then at Raleigh Hospital on January 18, 1865; returned to active duty on January 24, 1865. Absent wounded from March 10, 1865, right arm amputated at Raleigh Hospital. Furloughed on March 25, 1865. Not with the regiment when it was surrendered on April 26, 1865.
Carter, Solomon W. Madison 6th NC Volunteers Company B April 29, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. John Peek Promoted to Captain.
Carter, Thomas M. Edgecombe 44th NC Regiment Company B January 14, 1862,
September 18, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Elisha C. Cromwell,
Capt. Robert C. Brown
Tranter's Creek, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill (POW) POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Carter, William M. Montgomery 44th NC Regiment Company H
Montgomery Guards
March 5, 1862,
July 16, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William D. Moffitt,
Capt. James T. Townsend
Tranter's Creek Cashiered on January 15, 1863 for selling liquor.
Carter, William R. Nash 3rd NC Battalion - Senior Reserves Company D August 30, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. David W. Williams
Carver, Alexander R. Cumberland 56th NC Regiment Company B
Cape Fear Guards
May 10, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Franklin N. Roberts 2nd Drewry's Bluff (wounded) Earlier, a Private in Company F of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment), then a Sergeant in this unit. Absent wounded from May 13, 1864, then in Richmond Hospital, then furloughed on July 29, 1864 for 60 days. Promoted to Captain while recuperating.
Carver, Elias A. Wake 1st NC Regiment Company I
Wake Light Infantry
February 20, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Hardiman D. Fowler Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania Was a Sergeant. POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Fort Pulaski, GA, back to Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Office.
Case, Charles A. Henderson 35th NC Regiment Company G
Henderson Rifles
October 5, 1861,
April 21, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Joseph P. Jordan,
Capt. Walter M. Bryson
1st New Bern Resigned on June 5, 1862, details not provided. Re-enlisted later as a Private.
Case, James O. Buncombe 39th NC Regiment Company D
Highland Greys
May 19, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. William Allen Baptist Gap Was a Sergeant. Died on at Lenoir's Station, TN on November 16, 1862 of disease.
Case, John J. Cherokee 35th NC Regiment Company G
Henderson Rifles
April 21, 1862,
???
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Walter M. Bryson Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg Was a Private in the 29th NC Regiment and also in the 25th NC Regiment. Promoted to Captain.
Case, Silas Henderson Allen's Legion Company B July 12, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas P. Jones Resigned on October 16, 1862 due to very feeble health.
Castine, Andrew J. New Hanover 3rd NC Regiment Company K
Holly Shelter Volunteers
October 10, 1862,
May 3, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Thomas E. Armstrong,
Capt. Kinchen Powers
Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Monocacy Junction, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Mt. Jackson aka Andrew J. Casteen. Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. On rolls through December 1864. Not listed as surrendering at Appomattox, VA on April 9, 1865.
Cates, C.T. Madison Allen's Legion,

64th NC Regiment
Company L,

Company L
September 1, 1862,

October 31, 1862
1st Lieutenant Capt. A.P. Wiggs Allen's Legion was redesignated as the 64th NC Regiment on October 31, 1862. This company was transferred to the 1st TN Cavalry as Company G on November 14, 1862.
Cathey, Alexander A. Mecklenburg 34th NC Regiment Company G
Mecklenburg Boys
April 18, 1862,
September 7, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Joseph B. McGee,
Capt. George M. Norment
Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (wounded/POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at David's Island, NY (leg amputated), then Fort Wood, NY, then Fort McHenry, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, then Beaufort, SC Hospital. Excahgned on December 13, 1864. Retired to the NC Invalid Corps on Marh 16, 1865.
Cathey, Benjamin Hamilton Jackson 16th NC Regiment,


Love's Regiment-Thomas's Legion,


39th NC Regiment
Company A
Jackson Rangers,

1st Company A


Company K
Jackson Rangers
August 2, 1862,


September 27, 1862,


January 1863
February 13, 1863,
3rd Lieutenant,


2nd Lieutenant,


"  "
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Andrew W. Coleman,


Capt. Andrew W. Bryson


Capt. Andrew W. Bryson
Capt. Julius W. Fisher
Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayer's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, 2nd Murfreesboro, Jackson Expedition, Chickamauga Was a Private and a Sergeant. This unit was re-assigned as 1st Company A of Love's Regiment-Thomas's Legion on September 27, 1862. This unit was once again re-assigned as Company K of the 39th NC Regiment in January of 1863. Present through October 1863, no further records. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Meridian, MS.
Cathey, James Madison Haywood 25th NC Regiment Company F
Haywood Highlanders
June 29, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas I. Lenoir Promoted to Captain.
Cathey, Joseph T. Haywood 25th NC Regiment Company F
Haywood Highlanders
April 28, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. James M. Cathey Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Gaine's Mill, Savage's Station, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek Was a Sergeant. Died at Wilson Hospital on September 8, 1863 of Typhoid Fever.
Catrou, John Caldwell 26th NC Regiment Company I
Caldwell Guards
July 26, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Wilson S. White Bogue Island, 1st New Bern Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 21, 1862.
Caudill, Shadrach G. Alleghany 22nd NC Regiment Company F
Alleghany True Blues
April 27, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William L. Mitchell Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad Was a Private, and captured near Richmond, exchanged. Promoted to Captain.
Causey, Henry Cicero Randolph 6th NC Battalion Junior Reserves,

1st NC Regiment Junior Reserves
"    "
Company C,

Company F
"    "
May 30, 1864,

July 15, 1864,
October 10, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Winfield S. Lineberry,

Capt. Winfield S. Lineberry,
No Captain
Stony Creek Raid, Poplar Point, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville The 6th NC Battalion Junior Reserves was merged into the 1st NC Regiment Junior Reserves on July 15, 1864. Declined promotion to Captain. Commanded the company from September 8 to November 7, 1864. Sent to hosptial on December 30, 1864. Paroled on May 5, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Chadwick, Nathaniel Macon Craven 2nd NC Regiment Company F May 16, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Hugh L. Cole Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Promoted to Captain.
Chambers, James Riley Madison 6th NC Battalion - Infantry,

60th NC Regiment
Company B August 28, 1862,

October 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. L.A. Belton Duckett Jackson Expedition, Chickamauga, Chattanooga Campaign, Missionary Ridge (wounded/POW) Earlier, a Sergeant in Company H of the 2nd NC Battalion-Infantry. Dalton Hospital on December 30, 1862 with chronic hepatitis, returned to active duty on January 3, 1863. Led Company B during January-February 1863. Reported absent with leave March-April 1863. Reported absent sick May-June 1863. POW at Nashville Hospital, then Louisville, KY, then Camp Chase, OH, then Fort Delaware, DE, exchanged at James River, VA on September 22, 1864. No further records.
Chambers, Jesse Person 35th NC Regiment Company E
Person Boys
March 26, 1862,
April 25, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John G. Jones,
Capt. Carter Day
Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Malvern Hill Was a Sergeant. Died on August 30, 1862, of disease, location not provided.
Chambers, John Gregg Buncombe McDowell's Battalion,

6th NC Battalion - Infantry,

60th NC Regiment
"      "
Third Company,

Company C,

Company C
"    "
July 8, 1862,

August 1, 1862,

October 1, 1862,
March 10, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Fletcher S.H. Reynolds,

Capt. Fletcher S.H. Reynolds,

Capt. Fletcher S.H. Reynolds,
Capt. Thomas W. Patton
2nd Murfreesboro, Jackson Expedition, Chickamauga, Chattanooga Campaign, Missionary Ridge, 1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, Adairsville, New Hope Church, Kolb's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Ruff's Mill, Peachtree Creek, Siege of Atlanta, Ezra Church, Utoy Creek, Jonesborough, Franklin-Nashville Campaign, Columbia, 2nd Franklin, 3rd Murfreesboro, Nashville, Cannon's Bridge, Shilling's Bridge, Bentonville Acting Commander of Company D from January to November 17, 1863. Detached on special service from December 12, 1863 through April 30, 1864. Acting Commander of Company D in August 1864. No further records. Assumed he served until the end of the war, but no definite proof.
Chambers, Thomas J. Caswell 13th NC Regiment Company D
Leasburgh Grays
July 28, 1862,
December 16, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Henry A. Rogers,
Capt. Thomas J. Stephens
2nd Manassas, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg (killed) Was a Sergeant. KIA on July 1, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Chamblee, Wiliam B. Franklin 47th NC Regiment Company B May 19, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph J. Harris Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Pegram's Farm, Burgess' Mill (wounded) Was a Sergeant. On furlough July-August, 1863. Absent wounded from October 27, 1864 until he was captured in Richmond Hospital on April 3, 1865. Took Oath of Allegiance at Richmond on July 6, 1865.
Champion, Charles William Granville 23rd NC Regiment Company G
Granville Rifles
November 14, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas J. Crocker Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (killed) Was a Sergeant then a Private. KIA on July 1, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Champion, James Harnett Independent Company,

8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
McNeill's Company-Supporting Forces,

Company K
November 10, 1864,

December 22, 1864
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Neill McNeill 1st Fort Fisher, Bentonville Was a Private in Company I. This Independent Company was assigned to the 8th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 22, 1864.
Chandler, David A. Yancey 58th NC Regiment Company K July 29, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Samuel M. Silver Was a Private in Company A. Died on March 31, 1863 at Jacksborough, TN of sickness.
Chandler, Eli Ashe 34th NC Regiment Company A
Laurel Springs Guard
August 10, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Stephen N. Wilson Resigned on May 6, 1862, details not provided.
Chandler, John J. Caswell Independent Company,

Barnett's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Mitchell's Company-Senior Reserves

Company H,

Company K
June 23, 1864,

late-August, 1864,

November 28, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Alfred A. Mitchell Coosawhatchie, Siege of Savannah, Tuliffiny Iron Works, Fayetteville Market House, Averasborough, Bentonville This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. James A. Barnett's Battalion-Senior Reserves in late-August, 1864, then re-assigned to the 7th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on November 28, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Chandler, Melchisadic Yancey Independent Company,

4th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Magness's Company - Senior Reserves,

Company H
June 27, 1864,

August 6, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Robert Magness Salisbury Earlier, Captain of Company G in the 29th NC Regiment. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Chandler, William B. Caswell 13th NC Regiment Company C October 24, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas C. Evans Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness (POW) Was a Private, wounded and captured at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA, exchanged. As a 2nd Lieutenant, POW at Fort Delaware, DE, then Hilton Head, SC, back to Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Chandler, William R.M. Granville 55th NC Regiment Company K September 20, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Robert W. Thomas Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Kilpatrick-Dalhgren Raid, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Pegram's Farm, Burgess' Mill Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Acting Commander of Company G during September-October 1864. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA. Took the Oath of Allegiance on July 6, 1865 at Salisbury, NC.
Chappell, James H. Richmond 23rd NC Regiment Company D
Pee Dee Guards
May 10, 1862,
June, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Alexander T. Cole Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Gaines's Mill (wounded), Boonsboro Gap (wounded), Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (wounded/POW) Was a Private. 1st absent wounded from June 27, 1862 through August 1862. 2nd absent wounded from September 14, 1862 through unspecified date (assume through December 1862). POW at various Federal hospitals then Johnson's Island, OH; transferred to City Point VA on February 24, 1865, no further records.
Charles, Francis M. Pasquotank 17th NC Regiment Company B
Stonewall Rifles
April 17, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. James J. Leith 1st Washington, 1st Plymouth, 2nd Tarborough, Gales' Creek, Bogue Sound Blockhouse, Shepherdsville Promoted to Captain.
Charles, Harper Evans Guilford 12th NC Volunteers Company E
Guilford Men
May 23, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Christopher C. Cole Seven Pines Promoted to Captain.
Charles, Marsteller New Hanover 1st NC Regiment Company C
Lillington Rifle Guards
December 30, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Thomson Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania (wounded), Valley Campaigns, Siege of Petersburg, Monocacy Junction, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill (wounded) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Hospital at Danville on May 9, 1864, furloughed for 30 days. Hospital at Charlottesville, VA on September 26, 1864. Resigned on January 12, 1865.
Charlton, George W. Craven Clark's Special Battalion of NC Militia Company A
Russell's Company
January 20, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Richard A. Russell 1st New Bern Was 2nd Lieutenant in the 16th NC Militia.
Chatham, Alexander Surry 11th NC Volunteers Company H
Mountain Tigers
September 3, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. James R. Waugh Was a Sergeant. Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 26, 1862.
Chatham, James O. Wilkes 2nd NC Regiment Detailed Men Company H September 26, 1864 1st Lieutenant Capt. Evan Ellis
Chears, Vachel T. Union 37th NC Regiment Company D
North Carolina Defenders
September 16, 1861,
July 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John B. Ashcraft,
Capt. Jackson L. Bost
1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Harrison's Landing, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill Resigned on August 28, 1862 due to "consumption;" accepted on September 10, 1862.
Cheek, Adolphus W. Orange 1st NC Regiment Company D May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Edward M. Scott Resigned on October 31, 1861 due to disability.
Cheek, Allen Jasper Orange 6th NC Regiment Company C December 2, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William G. Guess Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Salem Church, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg (killed) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. KIA on July 1, 1863 at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Cheek, Nathaniel Orange Independent Company,

3rd NC Battalion - Senior Reserves
Laws's Company,

Company B
June 25, 1864,

September 14, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Isaac Laws This Independent Company was assigned to the 3rd NC Battalion-Senior Reserves on September 14, 1864.
Cherry, Addison P. Camden 2nd NC Volunteers,


Williams' Battalion /
1st NC Battalion Infantry,


32nd NC Regiment
Company M
Camden Grays,

2nd Company B
Camden Grays,

2nd Company B
Camden Grays
May 30, 1861,


September 26, 1861,


April 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph G. Hughes This unit was merged into Williams' Battalion on September 26, 1861, which became the 1st NC Battalion Infantry on November 29, 1861. This unit was later merged into the 32nd NC Regiment on April 1, 1862.Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 1, 1862.
Cherry, George O. Bertie 59th NC Regiment
(4th Cavalry)
Company F August 9, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Joseph B. Cherry Franklin, White Hall, Goldsborough Bridge, 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, Aldie, Middleburg, Upperville, Gettysburg, Jack's Mountain (POW) POW at Fort McHenry, MD, then Fort Delaware, DE, then Johnson's Island, OH, exchanged at City Point, VA on February 24, 1865. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Cherry, James J. Halifax 14th NC Regiment Company A
Roanoke Minute Men
April 27, 1862,
July 1, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William A. Johnston Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Savage's Station, Malvern Hill Was a Private. Promoted to Captain.
Cherry, Macon G. Pitt 44th NC Regiment Company C April 22, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William L. Cherry Tranter's Creek Promoted to Captain.
Cherry, William A. Pitt 17th NC Regiment Company K
Tar River Boys
April 14, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Howard Wiswall, Jr. 1st Washington, 2nd Tarborough, Gales' Creek, Bogue Sound Blockhouse, Shepherdsville, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Fussell's Mill, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Present through October 1864.
Cherry, Willis W. Duplin 8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers,

66th NC Regiment
Company E,

Company H
June 1, 1863,

October 2, 1863
1st Lieutenant Capt. James G. Davis Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Port Walthall Junction, Ware Bottom Church, Cold Harbor (wounded), Darbytown & New Market Roads, 2nd Darbytown Road, Burgess' Mills, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher, Sugar Loaf, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville (POW) Was a Private in Company B. Company E of the 8th NC Battalion-Partisan Rangers was assigned as Company H in the 66th NC Regiment on October 2, 1863. Richmond Hospital on June 4, 1864 with gunshot wound of the left hand. Furloughed on June 6, 1864 for 60 days, returned to active duty in September 1864. Captured at Clinton, NC on March 20, 1865, confined at New Bern on March 29, 1865, no further records.
Chesnutt, Julius M. Sampson 61st NC Regiment Company A September 20, 1862,
September 5, 1863
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. George W. Marsh,
Capt. James H. Robinson
1st Kinston, Goldsborough Bridge, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, 2nd Petersburg, Siege of Petersburg, The Crater, 2nd Weldon Railroad, Fort Harrison (killed) Was a Sergeant in DeVane's Company, which became this unit on September 5, 1862. Appointed Acting Adjutant on February 10, 1863 through August 1863. Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on September 5, 1863 and appointed Acting Assistant QM during December 1863, then back to this company as 2nd Lieutenant. KIA on September 30, 1864 at the battle of Fort Harrison, VA.
Chesnutt, Owen L. Sampson 38th NC Regiment Company C
Sampson Farmers
May 30, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John T. Wilson Cold Harbor, Riddle's Shop Was a Private and a Sergeant in Company A of the 63rd NC Regiment (5th Cavalry). Promoted to Captain.
Chesson, William Ross Washington Gibbs' Prison Guard Battalion,


17th NC Regiment
Company A,

Company H
Liberty Guards
November 2, 1861,


April 2, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,


2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Sherdon H. McRae,


Capt. Stuart L. Johnston
1st Washington, Gardner's Bridge, 2nd Tarborough, Gales' Creek, Bogue Sound Blockhouse, Shepherdsville, 2nd Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Fussell's Mill, 1st Fort Fisher, 2nd Fort Fisher, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Transferred from Gibbs' Prison Guard Battalion to the 17th NC Regiment on April 2, 1862. Present through November 27, 1864.
Chinnis, Samuel R. Columbus 51st NC Regiment Company G March 22, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. James W. Lippitt Goldsborough Bridge, 2nd Fort Wagner Absent sick from July-November 1862. Resigned on September 15, 1863 to join the CSA Navy (didn't); accepted on October 1, 1863.
Chisholm, Kenneth C. Montgomery Independent Company,

Moss's Battalion - Senior Reserves,

6th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Haltom's Company-Senior Reserves

Company A,

Company A
August 15, 1864,

September 29, 1864,

December 5, 1864
3rd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas C. Haltom This Independent Company was assigned to Lt. Col. Adolphus A. Moss's Battalion-Senior Reserves on September 29, 1864, then re-assigned to the 6th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on December 5, 1864. Resigned on January 30, 1865 because he reached 50 years old; accepted on February 12, 1865.
Chisolm, Samuel [SC] 7th NC Regiment Company A 2nd Lieutenant Resigned. Nothing more known.
Chitty, Henry N. Forsyth 48th NC Regiment Company K
Confederate Guards
January 24, 1863 1st Lieutenant Capt. John W. Bitting 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg (POW) Was a Sergeant. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Choate, William Thomas Alleghany Independent Company,


61st NC Regiment
Cox's Company,

Company I
Alleghany Rangers
May 3, 1862,

September 29, 1862,
January 3, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Aras B. Cox Skirmishes at Southwest Creek, 1st Kinston, Goldsborough Bridge This Independent Company was first assigned to Vance's Legion, but it never materialized. It was later assigned to the 61st NC Regiment on September 29, 1862. Commanded Company I during March-April 1863. Promoted to Captain.
Christenberry, Thomas C. Burke 16th NC Regiment Company E
Burke Tigers
July 29, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Abel S. Cloud Cedar Run, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown Was a Private. Resigned on September 24, 1862 to aid his family back home; accepted on October 6, 1862.
Christian, Edmund J. Montgomery 13th NC Volunteers Company C
Montgomery Volunteers No. 1
May 27, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Calvin J. Cochran Promoted to  Major.
Christian, William Jasper Orange 6th NC Regiment Company C July 15, 1862,
September 17, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Houston B. Lowrie,
Capt. William G. Guess
1st Rappahannock Station, Thoroughfare Gap, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Salem Church, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg (wounded), Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station (POW) Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 12, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Church, Calvin Wilkes 26th NC Regiment Company C
Wilkes Volunteers
June 12, 1861 1st Lieutenant Capt. Abner B. Carmichael Resigned on September 30, 1861, details not provided.
Civallier, Charles N. Edgecombe 3rd NC Volunteers,



13th NC Regiment
Company G
Edgecombe Rifles,

Company G
Edgecombe Rifles
May 1, 1861,


April 26, 1862,
October 15, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,


"   "
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Joseph H. Hyman,


"   "
Capt. John A. Fuqua
Siege of Yorktown, Lee's Mill, Fort Magruder, Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Oak Grove, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, White Oak Swamp, Malvern Hill, 2nd Manassas, Harper's Ferry, Boonsboro Gap (wounded) Absent wounded from September 14, 1862 until he resigned on November 14, 1863 due to his wounds.
Civils, William F. Camden 32nd NC Regiment 2nd Company B
Camden Grays
July 19, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph C. Rudds Promoted from the ranks. Resigned on September 1, 1862.
Clanton, John Beatty Mecklenburg 11th NC Regiment Company E March 20, 1862,
July 12, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John S.A. Nichols,
Capt. William J. Kerr
White Hall, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's Creek, Gettysburg (mortally wounded/POW) POW at Gettysburg Hospital where he died on July 27, 1863 from wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Clark, Daniel James Bladen Independent Company Bladen Artillery Guards May 6, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. George Tait Promoted to Captain when this Independent Company was pulled into the 40th NC Regiment (3rd Artillery) on December 1, 1863.
Clark, George M. Montgomery 34th NC Regiment Company K
Montgomery Boys
September 9, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. David R. Cochran Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 18, 1862. Later, appointed Captain then Major.
Clark, Henry J. B., Jr. Craven 2nd NC Regiment Company F May 16, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Hugh L. Cole Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg Killed on October 28, 1862 in a railroad accident in NC on the Raleigh & Gaston RR near Forestville, NC.
Clark, James Edgar Pitt Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves,
"    "

2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves
Company G August 5, 1864,
October 27, 1864,

December 7, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieuteant,

2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Jesse W. Grainger Stony Creek Raid, Bentonville Was a Sergeant in Company H. Anderson's Battalion-Junior Reserves was assigned to the 2nd NC Regiment Junior Reserves on December 7, 1864. Goldsborough Hospital on March 7, 1865 with jaundice. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Clark, John P. Wilson 5th NC Regiment  Company G May 16, 1861,
March 5, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Norman A.H. Goddin,
Capt. Thomas P. Thompson
1st Manassas, Fort Magruder (killed) KIA on May 5, 1862 at the battle of Fort Magruder, VA.
Clark, Joseph B. Caldwell 12th NC Volunteers,



22nd NC Regiment
Company A
Caldwell Rough & Ready Boys
April 30, 1861,
August 8, 1861,

May 30, 1862,
October 28, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. W.F. Jones,
Capt. Thomas D. Jones,

Capt. James M. Isbell,
Capt. William B. Clark
Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (wounded), Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1st Hagerstown, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 10, 1862; however, he was appointed back to 2nd Lieutenant on May 30, 1862, and promoted back to 1st Lieutenant on October 28, 1862. Absent wounded from July 1, 1863 through July 30, 1863. Present through October 1864. Not reported with the regiment when it was surrendered at Appomattox, VA.
Clark, Niven Montgomery 28th NC Regiment Company E
Montgomery Grays
November 9, 1861,
February 28, 1862
3rd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William D. Barringer 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from June 30, 1862 through unspecified date (assume through September 1862). Promoted to Captain.
Clark, Sidney P. Wilson Independent Company,

59th NC Regiment
(4th Cavalry)
Barnes' Company,


Company H
September 24, 1862,


March 1863
1st Lieutenant Capt. Arthur Barnes 2nd Washington, Brandy Station, Aldie, Middleburg (POW) Independent Company originally assigned to the 66th NC Regiment, but this regiment was never officially organized. Assigned to the 59th NC Regiment (4th Cavalry) in March 1863. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Johnson's Island, OH, then Point Lookout, MD. Date of release not given. Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Goldsborough, NC. Promoted to Captain while in captivity, never served on active duty as a Captain.
Clark, Weeks H. Pitt 1st NC Battalion - Local Defense,

67th NC Regiment
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Company E,

Company E
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February 10, 1863,

January 18, 1864,
September 14, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Charles A. White,

Capt. Charles A. White,
Capt. Joseph M. White
Potter's Raid, Skirmish near Greenville, Jackson's Mills, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Sinking of the C.S.S. Albemarle, Poplar Point, Fort Branch, 2nd Kinston, Cox's Bridge, Biddle's Ferry The 1st NC Battalion-Local Defense was redesignated as the 67th NC Regiment on January 18, 1864. Reported present on September 26, 1864, no further records. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Clark, William B. [MS] 12th NC Volunteers,
22nd NC Regiment
Company A
Caldwell Rough & Ready Boys
May 10, 1862,
June 13, 1862
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas D. Jones,
Capt. James M. Isbell
Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill (wounded) Previously in 17th MS Regiment. Absent wounded from July 1, 1862 through September 1862. Promoted to Captain.
Clarke, James Foreman Beaufort 3rd NC Regiment Company G September 17, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Edward H. Armstrong Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Payne's Farm Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Resignation accepted on March 11, 1864 due to ill health.
Clary, Daniel L. Wilkes 37th NC Regiment Company F
Western Carolina Stars
September 24, 1861,
February 25, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. William M. Barbour,
Capt. Charles N. Hickerson
1st New Bern Promoted to Captain.
Clay, G.P. Catawba 23rd NC Regiment Company F
Catawba Guards
April 16, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Jacob H. Miller Fort Magruder, Seven Pines (wounded) Was a Private and a Corporal. Absent wounded from May 31, 1861 until he resigned on October 6, 1862 due to his wounds.
Clayton, Gabriel Tuckee Forsyth 21st NC Regiment Company D
Forsyth Rifles
April 26, 1862,
August 28, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Alexander Miller,
Capt. Reuben A. Barrow
1st Winchester, Newtown, Harrisonburg, Cross Keys, Port Republic, Seven Days' Battles, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, 1st Rappahannock Station, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill (wounded), hancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign (killed) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from September 1, 1862 through April 1863. KIA on May 16, 1864 at Bermuda Hundred, VA.
Clayton, Robert M. Buncombe 60th NC Regiment,

58th NC Regiment
Company B,

Company E
March 10, 1863,

April 9, 1865
1st Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin F. Patton,

Capt. William R. Alexander
Jackson Expedition, Chickamauga, Chattanooga Campaign, Missionary Ridge, 1st Dalton, Atlanta Campaign, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, Adairsville, New Hope Church, Kolb's Farm, Kennesaw Mountain, Ruff's Mill, Peachtree Creek, Siege of Atlanta, Ezra Church, Utoy Creek, Jonesborough, Franklin-Nashville Campaign, Columbia, 2nd Franklin, 3rd Murfreesboro, Nashville, Cannon's Bridge, Shilling's Bridge, Bentonville Earlier, a Private in Company E of the 1st NC Volunteers (aka Bethel Regiment), then a Private and a Sergeant in this unit. Led this Company July-October 1863. Commanded Company B January-February and May-August 1864. Commanded Company H during March-April 1864. Transferred to Company E of the 58th NC Regiment with the 58th and 60th NC Regiments were consolidated on April 9, 1865, to be known simply as the 58th NC Regiment.
Clayton, William F. Forsyth 57th NC Regiment Company D July 4, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James E. Mann Fredericksburg Richmond Hospital on October 25, 1862 with jaundice. Furloughed on October 30, 1862 for 20 days, returned to active duty in November 1862. Resigned on February 20, 1863 due to ill health; accepted on February 26, 1863.
Clayton, William L. Buncombe 25th NC Regiment Company H
Cane Creek Rifles
July 15, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Frederick R. Blake Declined to be re-elected when regiment re-organized on April 30, 1862.
Claywell, Solomon A. Iredell 4th NC Regiment Company C August 3, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. George A. Andrews Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania, Valley Campaigns, Hanover Junction, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Monocacy Junction, Snicker's Gap, 2nd Kernstown, Stephenson's Depot, Berryville, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Mt. Jackson, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg (POW) Was a Private, a Corporal, and a Sergeant. POW at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington DC, the Johnson's Island, OH. Released on June 18, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Clegg, Carney B. Chatham 48th NC Regiment Company G
Chatham Light Infantry
January 1, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. William H. Jones 2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, 2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Jones's Farm, Burgess' Mill, Stony Creek Raid, Dabney's Mill, Hare's Hill, 3rd Petersburg, Amelia Court House, Farmville Was a Sergeant. Served as Acting Commander of the Company during September-October 1864. Surrendered on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox, VA.
Clegg, Montraville D. Chatham 48th NC Regiment Company D February 10, 1863,
September 7, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James C. Dowd,
Capt. William H.H. Lawhon
2nd Gum Swamp, Skirmish at Batchelder's Creek, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Hanover Junction, Cold Harbor (wounded), 2nd Reams Station (killed) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from June 3, 1864 through July 1864. KIA on August 25, 1864 at the battle of 2nd Reams Station, VA.
Clegg, Thomas J. Moore 48th NC Regiment Company D February 25, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Benjamin R. Huske Promoted to Captain.
Clement, Henry A. Davidson 54th NC Regiment Company A
Holtsburg Guards
October 14, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. George F. Smith 2nd Fredericksburg (wounded), 2nd Winchester, 1st Hagerstown, Somerville Ford, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station, Payne's Farm, 2nd New Bern, 2nd Plymouth, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, 3rd Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove, Dabney's Mill Was a Corporal and a Sergeant. Richmond Hospital on November 25, 1862. Furloughed on January 2, 1863, returned to active duty on March 1, 1863. Richmond Hospital on May 16, 1864, then another unnamed hospital, until he returned circa August 1864. Resigned on March 10, 1865; accepted on March 21, 1865.
Clement, John H. Davie 42nd NC Regiment Company F March 21, 1862,
June 22, 1863
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. Wiley A. Clement Tarborough, Camp Wingfield, Gales' Creek, Bogue Sound Blockhouse, Shepherdsville, Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Chaffin's Farm, 1st Fort Fisher, Northeast Station, 2nd Kinston, Bentonville Paroled on May 1, 1865 at Greensborough, NC.
Clement, Wiley A. Davie 3rd NC Volunteers Company F
Davie Greys
May 5, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Jesse A. Clement Resigned on March 21, 1862 to raise his own company. Later in the 42nd NC Regiment as Captain of Company F.
Clements, William W. Wake Independent Company Wake Rangers February 12, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Rufus S. Tucker Not re-elected when company re-organized on April 21, 1862.
Clemmons, John H. Brunswick Independent Company Galloway's Company February 15, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John W. Galloway, Sr. Fort Anderson (POW) Was a Private. Commanded the Company January-February 1863, while Capt. Galloway was detached. POW at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC, then Fort Delaware, DE. Released on June 17, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Clendenin, George A. Alamance 5th NC Volunteers Company H May 22, 1862 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John R. Stockard Siege of Yorktown, Lee's Mill Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 2, 1862. Later, a Private in Company K of the 63rd NC Regiment (5th Cavalry).
Clendenin, Joseph N.H. Alamance 5th NC Volunteers Company H May 21, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. John R. Stockard Siege of Yorktown, Lee's Mil Not re-elected when regiment re-organized on May 2, 1862. Later, a Sergeant in Company K of the 63rd NC Regiment (5th Cavalry).
Cliborne, Robert F. Granville 30th NC Regiment Company G
Granville Rangers
May 1, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. James A. Barnett Seven Pines, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill (wounded) Was a Private. Absent wounded until he resigned on May 11, 1863; accepted on May 26, 1863.
Clifford, John Well. Davie Independent Company,

4th NC Regiment Senior Reserves
Cain's Company - Senior Reserves,

Company A
July 11, 1864,

August 6, 1864
1st Lieutenant Capt. Cheshire Sain Salisbury This Independent Company was assigned to the 4th NC Regiment Senior Reserves on August 6, 1864. Assumed he served until the end of the war.
Clinard, Henry 16th NC Battalion - Cavalry Company H July 11, 1864 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas R. Duval
(absent sick)
2nd Weldon Railroad, 2nd Reams Station, Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, Jones's Farm (killed) This unit was Company D in the 62nd Regiment Georgia Cavalry and re-assigned to the 16th NC Battalion-Cavalry on July 11, 1864. KIA on September 30, 1864 at the battle of Jones's Farm, VA.
Cline, Ephraim Elcanah Catawba 28th NC Regiment Company C
South Fork Farmers
August 13, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. Thomas L. Lowe No re-elected when company re-organized on February 27, 1862. Later, a Sergeant in Company E of the 57th NC Regiment.
Cline, Henry Cleveland 55th NC Regiment Company F
South Mountain Rangers
April 15, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Peter M. Mull 1st Washington Resigned on January 5, 1863; accepted on January 19, 1863.
Clinton, William Stephen Orange 6th NC Regiment Company C December 2, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. William G. Guess Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Salem Church, Brandy Station, 2nd Winchester, Gettysburg, Bristoe Campaign, Bristoe Station, Mine Run Campaign, 2nd Rappahannock Station, Payne's Farm, 2nd New Bern, Plymouth (wounded) Was a Sergeant. Absent wounded from April 20, 1864 until he retired to the NC Invalid Corps on March 6, 1865. Assigned to the NC Reserves on March 9, 1865. Nothing more known.
Cloninger, Wiley W. Gaston 28th NC Regiment Company B
Gaston Invincibles
February 27, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Samuel N. Stowe 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Frayser's Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run, Manassas Station Operations, 2nd Manassas, Ox Hill, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg (mortally wounded) Was a Sergeant. Died at field hospital on December 14, 1862 from wounds received at the battle of Fredericksburg, VA.
Clopton, James F. [GA] 2nd NC Battalion - Infantry Company E
The Anthony Grays
November 1, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John J. Tucker Bristoe Campaign, Mine Run Campaign Was a Private and captured at the battle of Roanoke Island, paroled, exchanged. Then a Sergeant and a 3rd Lieutenant. This unit was transferred as 2nd Company A in the 60th GA Regiment (Infantry) on April 11, 1864.
Closs, William Arendale Franklin 2nd NC Regiment,

7th NC Regiment
1st Company E,

Company E
May 16, 1861,

August 1861
2nd Lieutenant Capt. Alsey J. Taylor 1st New Bern, Hanover Court House, Seven Days's Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill (killed) This Company was originally designated as 1st Company E of the 2nd NC Regiment, but never mustered enough men. In August of 1861, it was re-assigned as Company E of the 7th NC Regiment. KIA on June 27, 1862 at the battle of Gaines's Mill.
Cloud, Abel S. Burke 16th NC Regiment Company E
Burke Tigers
April 26, 1862 1st Lieutenant Capt. Elijah J. Kirksey Fort Magruder, Seven Pines Was a Sergeant. Promoted to Captain.
Cobb, Andrew J. Hertford 15th NC Battalion - Cavalry Company A September 8, 1863,
January 12, 1864
3rd Lieutenant,
2nd Lieutenant
Capt. Marshal M. Wise,
Capt. John T. Beaman
Suffolk, South Quay Captured at Murfreesborough, NC on April 5, 1865. POW at Camp Hamilton, VA. Released on June 30, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Cobb, Bryan W. Wayne 2nd NC Regiment Company H October 8, 1863,
October 12, 1864
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John P. Cobb Bristoe Campaign, 2nd Kellysville, Payne's Farm, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania (wounded), Valley Campaigns, Cold Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Monocacy Junction, Snicker's Gap, Stephenson's Depot, 2nd Kernstown, 3rd Winchester (wounded), Fisher's Hill, Belle Grove (wounded), Hare's Hill, Farmville, Appomattox Court House Was a Sergeant. Wounded at Gettysburg, PA as a Sergeant. Hospital in Richmond on March 27, 1865, returned to active duty on April 2nd.
Cobb, John A. Guilford 21st NC Regiment Company M
Guilford Dixie Boys
January 29, 1863 3rd Lieutenant Capt. John E. Gilmer Chancellorsville, 2nd Winchester, 1st Martinsburg, Gettysburg (wounded/POW) Was a Private, and wounded at the battle of 1st Winchester, VA. Left hand amputated in Gettysburg Hospital, transferred to Baltimore Hospital where he died on February 1, 1864 of Smallpox.
Cobb, John P. Wayne 2nd NC Regiment Company H May 16, 1861,
April 22, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. James A. Washington Promoted to Captain, then Colonel.
Cobb, Joseph C. Lincoln Maj. Matthew L. McCorkle's Battalion - Senior Reserves Company B September 28, 1864 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Joseph B. Shelton This battalion was "most likely" enlarged into the 3rd NC Regiment Detailed Men in early 1865; records are incomplete.
Cobb, Martin H. Caswell 22nd NC Regiment Company G
Caswell Rifles
April 25, 1863 2nd Lieutenant Capt. George A. Graves Chancellorsville (wounded) Was a Private, and wounded at the battle of 2nd Manassas, VA. Absent wounded from May 3, 1863 through December 23, 1863. Resigned on March 12, 1864 due to disability.
Cobb, Robert Alexander Catawba 13th NC Volunteers Company F
Catawba Guards
June 6, 1861 3rd Lieutenant Capt. M.L. McCorkle Asppointed Commissary (ACS) on September 7, 1861.
Cobb, Wiley J. Edgecombe 43rd NC Regiment Company E
Edgecombe Boys
January 22, 1862,
May 6, 1862
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant
Capt. John A. Vines,
Capt. James R. Thigpen
Malvern Hill Promoted to Captain.
Cobb, William H.H. Wayne 2nd NC Regiment Company D October 14, 1861 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Walter S. Stallings Seven Days' Battles, Mechanicsville, Gaines's Mill, Malvern Hill, Boonsboro Gap, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg Resigned on March 6, 1863. Appointed to Capt/Assistant Surgeon, back dated to February 20, 1863.
Coble, George Semore P. Alamance 44th NC Regiment Company G March 4, 1862 2nd Lieutenant Capt. Robert Bingham Tranter's Creek, Fort Anderson, 2nd Washington, Blount's C