Culpeper County, VA
Military Service
Downtown Culpeper
Battles in Culpeper county, Virginia, 1861-1865. And other articles by Major Daniel A. Grimsley, of the Sixth Virginia Cavalryonline book

Virginia Revolutionary pension applications, abstracted.  by John Frederick Dorman. Published in Washington, 1958.  online book



Culpeper in the French & Indian War
(aka The Seven Years War)
1756 to 1763


Culpeper Militia: From the letters & diaries of George Washington (American Memory):
Col. John Field (1720-1774) was the commander of the Culpeper Militia in the French & Indian War, and died in the Battle of Point Pleasant also known as Dunmore’s War, October 10, 1774. (See more on Fields and the Battle of Point Pleasant)

April 21, 1756   My Lord: By several Expresses just arrived from the Officers and Inhabitants between this and Fort Cumberland, their situation seems most deplorable; for they have neither provision, nor a sufficient force at either place, to go out to collect any; and consequently, must run themselves into the jaws of the Enemy, or perish in their places with Hunger: and I dare believe your Lordship is sensible, that without a considerable Body of the Militia, the marching from this Town would be of the greatest ill consequence. For which reason I advise (if you have not already done it) you would send immediately to Culpeper, with Orders to raise and send such a number of men as you shall judge can be spared from thence; with such Arms, Ammunition, and provision as they can procure; for we are illy supplied with either here. I have wrote to the Commanding Officers of Prince William and Fairfax, desiring they would use their utmost endeavours in dispatching the Militia from these Counties: and beg you would renew your Orders to those Gentlemen, on that head. I am, my Lord, &c.  (George Washington to Thomas Fairfax)

April 24, 1756   I have written for the militia of Fairfax, Prince William, and Culpeper, and expect them here in a few days. But how they are to be supplied with ammunition and provision, I am quite at a loss. The distance of Fort Cumberland from us, where these supplies are, renders them useless, in a manner, and puts us to the greatest straits; and the inhabitants leaving their farms, will make it impossible for the militia to subsist without provisions, which are now very scarce, and will be more so. I should therefore be glad your Honor would send arms, ammunition and provisions up, and give immediate orders for the Irish beef at Alexandria, which cannot be had without your consent. (Excerpt from letter from George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie)

May 15, 1756  At Luney's Creek, Captain Fields, one Lieutenant, two Sergeants, and fifty private men, from Culpeper.  (George Washington, Excerpt from General Orders)

May 16, 1756   Sir: A party of the Militia of Stafford, is ordered to Harnesses Fort; and will march to-morrow: as will a party of the Culpeper Militia, to your upper fort. So soon as they arrive there, I would have you order down your men from that, to your station at Vanmeeters; as you will be posted there to assist the Inhabitants, with your Company and advice, in case of any alarms; and a second descent of the Indians. I would have you collect from these different Forts near you, a sufficient number of men, and endeavour immediately to drive them off.  (Excerpt from letter from George Washington to Thomas Waggener)

May 17, 1756   Sir: You are hereby ordered to proceed with the utmost expedition to Job Pearsails on the South-Branch: You will be joined by the Militia of Spotsylvania and Orange, who are to march with you to that place.
When you arrive there, you are to summon a Council of War, of the Officers with you, and those already at the South Branch; and consult upon the most proper steps to be taken. If you find the Indians still continue about there, you must all unite; and endeavour if possible to surprize them in the night at their sleeping places. But if they are gone off; I would have you and the rest of the Officers with the Men, to proceed immediately to the posts allotted to them in yesterdays Orders. (George Washington to John Fields, of the Culpeper Militia).

July 13, 1756   Memorandum of Orders by G. Washington  Wrote to Captains Hamilton, Minor, Baylis, Fields, and to Lieutenant Neugent - that the governor has ordered them and their men to be discharged as soon as the harvest is cut and secured - and ordered them to march through Winchester, to leave the arms and belongings to the country.

August 4, 1756  I am very glad your Honor intends to order the drafts now to be made to be sent here. Prince William, Fairfax and Culpeper, are more convenient to this place than Fredericksburg. Then their being ordered here saves a ninety miles march. (Excerpt from letter from George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie)

August 14, 1756  We have certain advice, that two of our deserters have reached Fort Duquesne, and were heard to speak in high terms, before they went off (but this not known till after they were gone) of the reward that would be got for communicating the weakness of the works and garrison at Fort Cumberland. All the militia are returned save thirty from Culpeper, who stay willingly with Captain Fields(Excerpt from letter from George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie)

Sept 8, 1756  Honble. Sir: I received your favours of the 19th, 20th, and 21st ultimo, and wrote immediately to the commanding officers of the counties of Prince William, Culpeper, and Fairfax, to march their drafts to this place. There are none of them yet arrived, nor do I know whether they are made.  (Excerpt from letter from George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie)

Sept 13, 1756   SIR   Your Letter of the 8th. I recd. last Night--I am affraid the Draughts from Prince William, Culpeper & Fairfax are not made agreeable to expectation, as I hear many of the Young Men have made their Escape & do not appear at the Musters.   (Excerpt from letter from Robert Dinwiddie to George Washington)

June 16, 1757  I shall not take up your time Sir, with a tedious detail. You will be a sufficient judge of the present situation of affairs, from those circumstances already related. I have written to the commanding officers of Fairfax, Prince William, and Culpeper: (a copy of which letters I enclose your Honor) to march part of their militia to this place immediately, that no time may be lost. I shall you may be assured, Sir, make the best defence I can, if attacked. I have wrote to Colonel Stanwix an account of this affair, and enclosed him copies of the letters and council of war.34 I am, &c. (Excerpt from letter from George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie)

June 21, 1757  Hon'ble Sir: I this day received the enclosed from Capt. Dagworthy. The Indians mentioned therein are likewise got here with their Scalps: and altho' I believe from several circumstances that the Enemy are bringing down no Artillery. Yet, as they all agree that a formidable body of french and indians is certainly on their march down; and as it is impossible to know what province they will make an eruption into. I did not think it proper to countermand the march of the Militia, which I am informed are ordered hither from Culpeper and Fairfax consisting of one hundred from each county: As I conceive the great expence of these Militia, until we can learn the enemys destination, for a short time, is trifling compared with the risque of having this part of the country laid waste, shou'd the enemy march this way when we were unprepared for their reception.   (Excerpt from letter from George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie)

June 26, 1757  You are with the Militia [apparently Culpeper men] under your command, to march from hence to Back-Creek, and carefully range it quite down to its mouth. From thence you are to march to New-kirks fort where, and in its neighbourhood, you are to remain 'till further Orders.
You are to maintain strict discipline among your men; and when you are in Garrison, to place Sentries at proper places by day and by night. In your marches and countermarches, you are to be very circumspect, to keep a few alert woods' men always advanced before, and on your flanks; and use every precaution to prevent surprizes: as you have to deal with a cunning dextrous enemy.
You are not to indulge your men in idleness, but keep them constantly on the Scout, as the most effectual means of answering the desirable end expected from you, that of protecting the distressed Inhabitants.
Shou'd you discover certain signs of any large Body of the Enemy being near to you; you are instantly to inform Mr. Pearis, and Captn. Minor of it. You are likewise to inform me of all material occurrencies.  (George Washington to William Lightfoot)

July 10, 1757  Hon'ble Sir: I received your Honors letter of the 27th. ultimo by Jenkins. The whole of the Militia from the adjacent counties that arrived here did not amount to more than 170 men: One half of those were unarmed, and the whole without ammunition or provisions. I detained such as were fit for Service, and discharged the rest; with threats to acquaint your Honor with the naked manner in which they came out. We have at this time about 50 of the Militia from Fairfax, 20 from Culpeper, and 40 from this County at different posts, employed in scouting, and assisting the inhabitants in harvesting.  (Excerpt from letter from George Washington to Robert Dinwiddie)

July 26, 1757   Virginia Colonial Militia Accounts
Received from Colo George Washington thirty shillings Virginia and __ to pay David Moyan [or Morgan?} and Jno Theith for pilotting us to & assisting us in getting the cattle & horses of one Eades who was killed or taken away by the Indians from the Mouth of Cacapahon (?). (John Fields to George Washington)

June 15, 1758    Receipt


Culpeper in the Revolutionary War
Culpeper Minute Battalion
(Southern Campaign Revolutionary War Pension Statements & Rosters)


Culpeper Militia Classes 1781

This is the Militia formed in 1781. The Virginia Legislature passed a law requiring a quota of men to serve in the Continental Army. Culpeper was required to raise so many men of the 3000 men state wide. There were 13- 14 men in each class. Some men hired others to serve for them as substitutes. Culpeper is the only County that kept their records.

1                                                        2

               Capt Edmund Terrell                            John Rogers
               Edmund Terrell                                    William Willis
               Sylvanus Allen                                     Waring Hill
               John Williams, Jr                                  Henry Gaines
               William Long                                       Samuel Dogan
               Benjamin Sutton                                  Humphry Arnold
               Augustine Jennings                              Thomas Gaines
               Henry Walker                                       Reubin Gore
               Robert Appleby                                    Reubin Arnold
               Tavernor Jones                                     Reubin Garnett
               Nathaniel Sutton                                   James Willis
               Richard Gosney                                   Joseph Grace
               James Rausaw                                     James Adkins
               Francis Miller                                       Joseph Grace a Draft
               Ben. Sutton a Draft
               William Sutton Substitute

3                                                        4

               James Waggonor                               Capt John Waugh
               John Garnett                                      Elijah Sims
               John White                                        Zachery Petty
               Francis Lowens                                 Thomas Camp
               John Sleet                                          James Campbell
               Robert Anderson                               Thomas Morris
               John Anderson                                  Thomas Bryant
               Humphry Hill                                     Richard Turner
               Thomas Masten                                 Thomas Campbell
               Capt James Slaughter                         William Morris
               William Garnett                                  John Sutton
               David Hudson                                    John Wood
               Thomas Waggoner                             John Kelley
               Humphry Hill a Draft                           Zach Petty  a Draft
               Benjamin Synon Substitute

5                                                            6
               Charles Davenport                               Basel Nooe
               Francis Hackley                                   James Sims
               Richard Haynie                                    William Jones
               John James                                          Thomas Butler
               John Camp                                          William Gaines
               William Wright                                     William Butler
               Benjamin Morris                                   George Sims
               Thomas Wood Jr                                 Nathan Turner Jr
               John Fox                                              Charles Carter
               Jeremiah Turner                                    Edward Sims
               Nicholas Long                                      Reubin Waggener
               James Parker                                        Charles Saunders
               Joseph Wood                                       John Matthews
               Thomas Marshall                                  George Sims a Draft
               William Wright a Draft
               Sam Moore Sub.


Culpeper in the Civil War


Company "A", 43rd Cavalry Battalion
Organized June 10, 1863
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1st Lieutenant William Thomas Turner (killed) "Prince George's Tom" 1st Lt., Co. A. Served in the 1st Md. Cav. Enl. 7-10-62 for the war in Co. K, 1st Va. Cav. by Cpt. Gaither in Richmond. One of 15 men from the 1st Va. Cav. detailed to Mosby about 1-18-63. Inv. in 1-26-63 attack on a picket at Chantilly Church. WIA 3-2-63 in fight at Aldie. Inv. in 3-23-63 fight at Chantilly and 4-1-63 fight at Miskel's Farm receiving honorable mention in Mosby's report to Gen. Stuart for "promptitude and boldness." Appears as "present" on 1st Va. Cav. muster rolls until May -June 1863 when shown as "promoted to 1st Lt., Major Mosby's command." Enl. 6-10-63 for the war in the 43rd Va. Cav. by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads. Appointed 1st Lt., Co. A. Inv. in 6-11-63 raid on Seneca Mills, Md. Present on June - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 8-24-63 fight at Gooding's Tavern near Annandale. Led 9-5-63 attack on a picket at Gaskin's Mill near Waterloo, Fauquier Co. and 9-16-63 wagon raid at Fayetteville, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 9-22-63 scout to near Bealeton Station; 10-17-63 fight near Chantilly; and 10-27-63 wagon raid at Chestnut Forks near Warrenton. Led 11-14-63 raid on a sutler's wagon near Fairfax C. H. Inv. in 11-17-63 raid on a picket post at Sulphur Springs near Warrenton: 11-21-63 fight near Bealeton Station; 11-26-63 raid on a wagon camp at Brandy Station and 11-27-63 fight near the Hazel R. in Culpeper Co. Led 1-7-64 attack on a picket on Lee's Ridge near Warrenton. MWIA 1-10-64 in raid on Loudoun Heights. Taken to home of Levi Waters near Hillsboro where he died the next day. Believed to have been originally bur. in the Hillsboro cemetery although a marker now exists at Union Cemetery, Leesburg. Res. Prince George's Co., Md.

2nd Sergeant, Lake, Thomas W. Enl. 6-10-63 for the war by John S. Mosby at Rector's X-Roads, Fauquier Co. Inv. in 7-21-63 capt. of three sutler's wagons near Mt. Gilead, Loudoun Co. and detailed to take the prisoners to Culpeper C. H. Capt. 8-4-63 with brother Luther Branwell Lake at their brother's home near Rectortown, Fauquier Co. Sent 8-15-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 8-23-63 to Pt. Lookout. Escaped Pt. Lookout 9-4-63 with brother Luther Branwell Lake swimming the Potomac River to return to Fauquier Co. Present on June - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Inv. in 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. WIA (right leg) 7-6-64 in fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie. Capt. 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Sent 10-29-64 to Did Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-15-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 5 1/2", ruddy complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Warrenton. B. 6-25-1845, son of Isaac Lake. Lived in Philomont in 1909. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, 1908 reunion in Hamilton, 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg and 1910 reunion in Herndon. D. 12-17-1914. Sur. Union Cem., Leesburg. Half uncle of Rangers Ludwell Lake, Jr., William Henry Lake and James Robert (Bob) Lake. Brother of Ranger Luther Branwell Lake.

Nelson, Lucian N. Capt. 10-29-64 in fight at Dulany's near Upperville. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft. Warren took oath 6-15-65 at I. Warren. 5'- 5 1/2", light complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Culpeper.


Company "B", 43rd Cavalry Battalion
Organized October 1, 1863
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Brown, William D. Capt:   2-24-64 in Fauquier Co. Sent 2-24-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 6-15-65 at Ft. Delaware. 6'- 0", dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Culpeper Co.

Browning, Lafayette:  Enl. 11-15-63 for the war by William R. Smith in Fauquier Co. Present on Oct. - Dec. 1863 muster roll. Capt. 5-19-64 in Fauquier Co. and sent to Vienna. Sent 5-22-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 6-15-64 to Ft. Delaware. Took oath 6-14-65 at Ft. Delaware. 5'- 10", ruddy complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co. B. 8-25-1824. D. 4-5-1909 at Amissville, Rappahannock Co. Bur. Fairview Cem, Culpeper.

Ryan, Albert G. Enl. 8-3-63 in Co. D, 4th Va. Cav. at Culpeper (trans. from another Co). AWOL on Sept. - Oct. 1863 muster roll. Deserted. Enl. 10-1-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by William R. Smith at Scuffleburg, Fauquier Co. Turned self in 2-6-64 to U. S. forces at Salem. Sent 2-8-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Took oath 3-22-64.

Settle, Henry C. (post-war roster). Farmer near Griffinsburg, Culpeper Co. after the war. D. 6-24-1939. Age 94.


Company "C", 43rd Cavalry Battalion
Organized December 7, 1863
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3rd Sergeant Lemuel Armistead Corbin:   Inv. in 6-24-64 fight at Machens barn near Centreville; 7-9-64 scout to Loudoun Co. to press corn; 7-11-64 raid on Poolesville, Md.: 7-19-64 fight at the "Big Poplar" (Ashby's Gap); 7-30-64 raid on Adamstown. Md.; 8-2-64 scout to near Charles Town; 8-13-64 Berryville Wagon Raid; 8-24-64 attack on the stockade at Annandale; 9-4-64 fight at Gold's Farm near Berryville; 9-15-64 fight at Snicker's Gap; 9-23-64 fight at Summit Point, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 10-9-64 scout near Benjamin Cook Shacklett's house near Piedmont; 10-14-64 raid on Adamstown, Md.: 10-16-64 scout along the Manassas Gap PR.: 10-25-64 attack on a wagon train and capt. of Gen. A. N. Duffie on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va., scout to Warren Co. in mid. Nov. 1864; 11-24-64 raid on the cavalry camp at Perkin's Mill S. of Winchester; and 12-3-64 scout to near White Post Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Boarded at Miss Kitty Shacklett's and at Jack A. Adams homes. B. 12-26-1824. Home was at North Cliff, Culpeper Co. during the war. Lived in Ryland in 1909. D. 4-1-1907. Bur. Masonic Cem, Culpeper.

Bell, John William Enl. 4-27-61 in Co. D, 6th Va. Cav. WIA 9-13-63 at Culpeper C. H. Furl. 10-15-63 for 30 days. "Absent wounded" through 3-22-65 muster rolls. Enl. in Co. C., 43rd Va. Cav. in 1864. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Admitted 11 -2-64 to Charlottesville Hosp. Trans. 11 -3-64 to Gordonsville Hosp. Admitted 1-6-65 to Chimborazo Hosp. #3, Richmond. Ret. to duty 1-8-65. Par. 5-19-65 at Louisa C. H. B. 6-13-1838 in Loudoun Co. M. May 1865 to Mary E. Minnich. Post-war res, Rockingham and Allegheny Co's. Occ. miller. D. 9-5-1924. Bur. Cedar Hill Cem, Covington.

Biedler, Charles E. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. in Aug. 1863. Inv. in 12-17-64 fight between Millwood and Berry's Ferry in Clarke Co. B. 11-19-47 at "Page View" in Page Co., son of Ambrose Milton Biedler and Sarah A. Keyser. Engaged in farming in Culpeper Co. after the war. Moved to Baltimore, Md. in 1870 where he engaged in the wholesale shoe business with brother Andrew J. Biedler. Lived at 104 Hopkins PI., Baltimore, Md. in 1909. Member J. S. Mosby Camp UCV #821 in Baltimore, Md. Member Rosser - Gibbons Camp, UCV. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd. Va. Cav. In Marshall, the, 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg, the 1920 reunion in Culpeper, and the 1925 reunion in Front Royal. Res. Luray. D. 11-8-1926 in Baltimore, Md. Bur. Luray Cem, Luray. Brother of Rangers William T. Biedler and Andrew J. Biedler.

Bowen, Charles O. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-26-65 at Winchester. Age 17, 5'- 8", fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Culpeper Co.

Calvert, Joseph Carr Served in Co. B, 8th Va. Inf. Capt. 5-4-62 at Rectortown, Fauquier Co. Par. (date unknown). Inv. in battle of Balls Bluff. Enl. 10-1-63 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by William H. Chapman in Fauquier Co. Inv. in 7-30-63 raid on Fairfax C. H. and fight at Mt. Zion Church near Aldie. WIA (ankle) 8-24-63 in fight at Gooding's Tavern near Annandale. Present on Oct. 1863 thru Feb. 1864 muster rolls. Appears on a 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 5-8-65 at Winchester. Age 43, 5'-6", dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Upperville. B. 6-15-1826 in Culpeper Co., the son of George Calvert and Eliza Carr. D. 8-18-1892. Bur. Ivy Hill Cem, Upperville.

Chelf, Charles Fielding Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 5-9-65 at Winchester. Age 36, 5'- 7", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Rappahannock Co. B. 1-4-1830. D. 1-20-1926 in Culpeper. Bur. Fairview Cem, Culpeper.

Crigler, William Gideon Enl. 5-25-61 in Co. D, 4th Va. Cav. Detached with Cpt. Lay July to Aug. 1861. Disch. 1862. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. in 1864. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 3-8-1840 in Culpeper Co. Teacher. Attended the 1920 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Culpeper. D. 4-9-1927 at Hazel River, Culpeper Co.

Flint, James Alphens Inv. in 8-20-64 attack on the "House Burners" at Col. Benjamin Morgan's in Clarke Co. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 1-16-1847 in Culpeper. D. about 1895 in Mexico.

Judd, James Henry Appears on 4th qtr, 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 7-13-1849. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg and the 1909 reunion in Culpeper. Res. Culpeper. D. 6-22-1922. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper.

Macoy, Beatty Carson B. 3-2-1834. D. 5-20-1903. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper.

Newby, L. W. Par. 4-23-65 at Winchester. Age 40, 6'-1", dark complexion, grey hair, grey eyes. Res. Culpeper Co.

Patteson, Alexander Lee, Dr. Enl. 3-10-64 in Co. K. 4th Va. Cav. Detached as picket at Fredericksburg on Jan. - Feb. 1864 muster roll. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). B. 2-19-1847 in Buckingham Co., the son of Richard Lee and Scotia W. Patteson. Physician living in Pond Gap in 1895 and Augusta Springs in 1909. Member of the Masonic Lodge of Staunton. Joined Stonewall Jackson Camp, UCV on 3-27-1905 in Staunton. Attended the 1925 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Front Royal. Lived in Culpeper in 1930. D. 11-13-1931 at the R. E. Lee Confederate Soldiers Home, Richmond. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper. Brother of Ranger William Warden Patteson.

Patteson, William Warden Served in the 21st Va. Inf. Inv. in 8-9-62. Battle of Cedar Run. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. (date unknown). Inv. in 8-20-64 attack on the "House Burners" at Col. Benjamin Morgan's in Clarke Co. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 1-27-1844 in Staunton, the son of Richard Lee and Scotta W. Patteson. 1860 res. Culpeper C. H. Real estate salesman in Staunton in 1892. Res. Charlottesville in 1909. Traveling salesman, Augusta Springs 1910 - 1918. Joined Stonewall Jackson Camp, UCV or 10-24-1892 in Staunton. Attended the 1920 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Culpeper. D. 4-2-1922 at Madison Run. Bur. Thornrose Cem., Staunton. Brother of Ranger Alexander Lee Patteson.

Perry, John Taylor Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, fair complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Res. Culpeper Co. B. 1846. May have lived in Md. before the war. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Res. Culpeper. D. 1911. Bur. Masonic Cem., Culpeper.

Rudasill, John A. Par. 4-26-65 at Winchester. Age 37, 5'- 9", fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Res. Culpeper Co.

Wayman, Edward Franklin Enl. Aug. 1864. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 5-16-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 10', dark complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Res. Culpeper Co. B. 1-10-1847 in Culpeper Co. Farmer in 1865-6. Teacher and merchants clerk. Moved to Austin, Tx. U.S. Deputy Marshall for 6 months. Attended Baltimore College of Dentistry and Medicine for 4 years. Dentist in N. Y. Moved to Staunton in 1878. Joined Stonewall Jackson Camp, UCV in Staunton in June 1892. D. 7-21-1904 in Staunton. Bur. Thornrose Cem., Staunton.

Wayman, Joseph Thomas B.   Culpeper or Fauquier Co. Studied dentistry at Univ. of Md. M. 1905 to Susie Brent. Dentist. Applied for a pension in 1902 from Lancaster Co. Lived in Staunton in 1909. Lived in Lancaster Co. in 1926. D. 9-6-1933 in Kilmarnock. Age 86. Bur. Morattico Church Cem., Kilmarnock.

43rd Cavalry Battalion Company "D"
Organized March 28, 1864
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Bispham, S. B. (Stacy Budd) Enl. Co. D. Trans. to Co. E. (dates unknown). Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-29-64 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 9", dark complexion, light hair, black eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. B. 7-21-1847, the son of William Newbold Bispham and Mary Ann Vandewall Clopton. Lived in Warrenton at the being of the war. M. 7-2-1874 to Ellen Lewis Hill at Culpeper. Employed with Russell & Erwin Mfg., New York City in 1895. Lived in Baltimore, Md in 1897. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Res. Charlotte, N. C. --D. 4-28-1909 in Charlotte, N. C. Bur. Fairview Cem, Culpeper.

Grayson, Robert Osborne Enl. 3-5-1862 in the 9th Va. Cav. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Capt 4-29-64 at Upperville and sent to Vienna. Sent 5-3-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Admitted 8-11-64 to Old Capitol Prison Hosp. with diarrhea. Ret. to duty 8-19-64. Trans. 9-20-64 to Ft. Warren. Took oath 6-12-65 at Ft. Warren. 5'- 7 1/2", light complexion, red hair, blue eyes. Res. Culpeper Co. B. 3-26-1830. D. 3-20-1907 in Culpeper. Bur. Remington Cem, Remington, Fauquier Co.

Jones, Philip Malory Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. S. 1842. D. 7-7-1907. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper.

MacKall, Robert McGill . Enl. 1861 in 13th Va. Cav. Trans. 5-10-62 to Breathed's Bat. Trans. 8-14-64 to Co. K, 1st Va. cav. Trans. 8-15-64 to Co.K, 1st Md. Cav. Enl. 10-11-64 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by R.P. Montjoy in Fauquier Co. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 21, 5'- 6", dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Res. 58 Saratoga St., Georgetown, D. C. Appears on a 6-1-65 list of par. prisoners at Winchester. Dest. Georgetown, D. C. B. 2-5-1844 Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall and the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg. Member J. S. Mosby Camp #821, UCV, Baltimore, Md. D. 6-21-1934. Lived in Culpeper in 1909. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper.


43rd Cavalry Battalion Company "E"
Organized July 28, 1864
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1st Lieutenant Fountain Beattie:  Enl. 5-14-61 for one year in the Washington Mounted Rifles by Capt. William E. Jones at Abington, Washington Co. Enl. with John S. Mosby. Mustered in Co. D, 1st Va. Cav. upon dissolution of the Washington Mounted Rifles. Appears as "absent on sick furlough from 12-6-61 for 10 days" on Nov. - Dec. 1861 muster roll. Shown as "absent on detached service with Mosby since 1-1-63" on Jan. - Feb. 1863 and May - June 1863 muster rolls. Shown as "transferred to Maj. Mosby" on July - Aug. 1863 muster roll. One of nine men first detailed about 1-1-63 to Mosby. Inv. in Mosby's first two raids; attacks on picket posts near Frying Pan Church on 1-5-63 and near Cub Run on the Little River Turnpike and at Chantilly on 1-6-63. One of 15 men from the 1st Va., Cav. selected for a 2nd detail to Mosby about 1-18-63. Capt. 1-27-63 in skirmish at Middleburg. Sent 1-30-63 to Old Capitol Prison. Par. 3-29-63 and sent to City Point. Inv. in attacks on Gen. Stahel's expedition into Fauquier Co. the end of April 1863. Brought a small mountain howitzer from G en. Stuart to Mosby in early May 1863. Inv. in 5-17-63 fight at the Lynn farm near Dumfries. Capt. 5-30-63 near Greenwich after raid on Catlett's Station. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. No par. record. Prom. to Sgt., Co. A upon his release from prison and given Cpt. Bradford Smith Hoskin's horse. Trans. July 1863 to 43rd Va. Cav. WIA 1-10-64 in Loudoun Heights fight. Inv. in 3-10-64 fight at Chew's House between Kabletown and Charles Town, W. Va.; 5-9-64 wagon raid between Fredericksburg and Belle Plain, Stafford Co.; 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks. Md.; and 7-20-64 fight near the Aldie and Snickersville Turnpike. Prom. 7-28-64 1st Lt., Co. E. Inv. in 7-30-64 Adamstown. Md. raid; 9-4-64 fight at Gold's farm near Berryville; 9-23-64 attack on the Reserve Brigade of Merritt's Cav. Div. near Chester Gap; 10-13-64 skirmishes along the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 10-14-64 "Greenback Raid" on the B&O RR near Duffield's Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va.; 10-25-64 attack on a wagon train and capture of Gen. A. N. Duffie on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 10-29-64 fight at Dulany's near Upperville; 11-24-64 raid on the cavalry camp at Perkin's Mill, S. of Winchester; and skirmishes with Merrill's and Powell's cavalry divisions in Fauquier Co. about 12-26-64. Boarded at the home of Mr. James H. Hathaway in Fauquier Co. during the war. B. 11-10-1840 at "Chilhowie" in Washington Co., son of Robert and Pauline White Beattie. M. in 1865 to Ann Elizabeth Hathaway, daughter of James H. Hathaway. Had 12 children. Purchased 6-25-1878, 339 acre "Green Springs Farm" on the Little River Turnpike near Annandale. Deputy collector of Internal Revenue for Virginia's 6th District from 1875 to 1914. Joined the Lee Camp UCV at Alexandria in April 1898. Appears on an 1897 list of ex-Confederate soldiers for Fairfax Co. Pallbearer at Mosby's funeral on 6-1-1916. Sold "Green Springs Farm" 1-23-1917 moved to Alexandria residing at 422 N. Peyton St. Attended 1918 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Front Royal and the 1920 reunion in Culpeper. D. 3-25-1923. Sur. St. James Cem, Falls Church.

3rd Lieutenant Channing Meade Smith:   Enl. 4-25-61 in Co. H, 4th Va. Cav. Horse WIA 10-4-61 at Pohick Church. Shown as clerk on Nov. -Dec. 1861 muster roll. Along with Cpt. Frank Stringfellow and Richard Lewis, attempted about 6-10-63 to capt. Gen. Crawford who was headquartered at Lewis's mother's house near New Baltimore. Detached as scout July 1863 to April 1864. Mosby wrote to Sec. Seddon on 9-25-64 requesting Smith's trans. to the 43rd Va. Cav. and prom. to 2nd. Lt. Enl. 11-12-64 in the 43rd Va. Cav. for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Trans. and prom. to 3rd Lt. Approved by R. E. Lee 126-64 and the War Dept. 2-7-65. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Inv. in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton. Age 22. B. 5-22-1842, son of Dr. Smith of Upperville. M. 1866 to Lucy Davenport Blackwell. Clerk of the Marshall School Board. Lived at "Montara" between Delaplane and Markham. Authored numerous articles and obituaries on men of the 43rd Va. Cav. Member of the Mosby Camp No. 110, UCV of Delaplane. Attended the 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, the 1925 reunion in Front Royal and the 1927 reunion in Culpeper. D. 11-8-1932. Bur. Emmanuel Episcopal Church Cem., Delaplane.

Post War Roster:

Armstrong, Samuel Ringgold:  Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. B. 12-10-1847 in Woodville, Rappahannock Co. Attended the 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg and the 1920 reunion in Culpeper. Lived in Woodville in 1897. D. 6-3-1923. Bur. St. Paul's Church Cem, Woodville.

Major, Augustine Landon:   Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby in Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. B. 1822. D. 6-19-1906. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper.

Burgess, M. T. Attended 1920 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Culpeper.

Coons, Frank A. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July -Aug. 1864 muster roll. Capt. 10-31-64 in Salem. Sent 10-31-64 to Old Capitol Prison. Trans. 2-6-65 to Ft, Warren. Took oath 6-13-65 at Ft. Warren. 5' -8 1/4". dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Post-war res. Oak Shade, Culpeper Co. Lived in Culpeper in 1909.
Coons, John William Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. B. 10-25-1846. Unmarried. Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Res. Culpeper. D. 5-4-1846. Bur. Masonic Cem, Culpeper. Never m.

Lawrence, John Mason Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Inv. in 8-20-64 attack on the "House Burners" at Col. Benjamin Morgan's in Clarke Co. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'- 8", fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Res. Amissville, Rappahannock Co. B. 1-3-1845. M. 1872 to Sarah Catherine Priest, sister of Ranger George Harvey Priest. Had eight children. Farmer and stockman operating three farms in Rappahannock and Culpeper Co's. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, 1920 reunion in Culpeper and 1925 reunion in Front Royal. Lived in the 1930's in Waterloo, Fauquier Co. D. 10-17-1939. Bur. Methodist Church Cem., Amissville, Rappahannock Co.

Major, Philip B. Enl. in Co. D. Trans. to Co. E. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Attended 1920 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Culpeper. D. 11-20-1935 at age 89.

Picket, James E. Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-21-65 at Winchester. Age 19, 5'- 6", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Prince William Co. Attended the 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg, the 1920 reunion in Culpeper and the 1925 reunion in Front Royal. Lived in Haymarket in 1895 and Waterfall in 1909. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore, Md.

Smith James Philip Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Present on July - Aug, 1864 muster roll. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'- 10", light complexion, light hair, hazel eyes. Res. Prince William Co. S. 8-6-1846 in Waterfall. Attended the 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall, the 1905 reunion in Fredericksburg and the 1920 reunion in Culpeper. D. 10-31-1928 in Waterfall.

Walker, Lewis Franklin Enl. 7-28-64 for the war by John S. Mosby in Fauquier Co. Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 18, 5'-4", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. 1860 res. Middleburg. Attended the 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall and the 1920 reunion in Culpeper. Lived in Marshall. 1895 thru 1909. D. 1928. Bur. Lawler-Walker Cem., Marshall.


43rd Cavalry Battalion Company "F"
Organized September 19, 1864
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Brown, Joseph Daniel Enl. Spring 1864. B. 1827. D. 9-27-1879 in Culpeper.

Harris, John W. Attended Washington College in Lexington, leaving in 1863-4 to join the 43rd Va. Cav. Received an appointment as a midshipman in the Confederate Navy in Jan. 1865. Par. at Winchester 4-22-65 identified as "Capt., Co. F (incorrect). B. 7-16-1848, son of Dr. Clement R. and Eliza McCue Harris. Raised in the Brandy Station area, Culpeper Co. Attended the Univ. of Va. after the war. D. 1-24-1890 in Staunton.

Porter, John J. Enl. 10-19-64 for the war by Walter E. Frankland in Fauquier Co. Appears on 12-10-64 inspection roll. Age 45. B. Culpeper Co. Par. 4-22-65 at Winchester. Age 38, 5'-10", fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Res. Culpeper Co.

Shackleford, John L. Enl. 9-5-64 for the war by Walter E. Frankland. Present on 9-19-64 and Sept. -Dec. 1864 muster rolls. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roil. Prom. to 4th Cpl., Co. F (date unknown). Attended the 1905 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Fredericksburg. Res. Culpeper. May have lived in Md. before the war.


43rd Cavalry Battalion Company "G"
Organized 1864
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Kerrick, John Randolph Art. Co. Appears on 4th qtr., 1864 clothing receipt roll. Par. 4-24-65 at Winchester. Age 17, 5'- 11", fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Res. Fauquier and Rappahannock Co's. B. 1847. Lived in Tryme, Madison Co. in 1909. Attended 1895 reunion of the 43rd Va. Cav. in Marshall and 1920 reunion in Culpeper. D: 1929. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper.


43rd Cavalry Battalion Company "H"
Organized - No Date Given
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2nd Lieutenant James Girard Wiltshire Served in Co. A, 12th Va. Cav. (post-war source). Enl. 7-28-64 for the war in the 43rd Va. Cav. by John S. Mosby at Upperville. Inv. in 7-4-64 raid on Point of Rocks, Md. and 2nd raid on Point of Rocks, Md. on 7-5-64 Present on July - Aug. 1864 muster roll. Led 8-18-64 scout and capt. of a picket near Castleman's Ferry. Inv. in 8-20-64 skirmish at Roper's house near Charles Town, W. Va.; Lt. Walter Bowie's 10-4-64 raid into Md.; 10-13-64 skirmishes on the Valley Pike between Winchester and Martinsburg, W. Va.; 10-14-64 "Greenback Raid" on a B&O RR train near Duffield Station, Jefferson Co., W. Va. 12-17-64 fight between Millwood and Berry's Ferry; and 1-30-65 attack on a cavalry camp near Charles Town, W. Va. Led 1-31-65 (approx.) attack on a B&O train between Winchester and Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Inv. in 2-19-65 fight at Mt. Carmel Church in Clarke Co. Led 3-1-65 (approx.) attack on a B&O train near Charles Town, W. Va. Inv. in 3-21-65 fight at Hamilton and 3-30-65 attack on a block house at Summitt Point, W. Va. Prom. 4-5-65 to 2nd Lt., Co. H. Inv in 4-6-65 fight at Halltown, W.Va.; and 4-10-65 fight at Arundel's Tavern in Fairfax Co. Believed to have fired the last shot in this fight being the final shot fired by a Ranger in the war. Par. 5-17-65 at Charles Town, W. Va. Age 21, light complexion, black hair, blue eyes. B. 1843, Lived in Funkstown, Md. before the war. Physician living at 819 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md., 1895-1909. Member of the Isaac R. Trimble Camp, UCV in Baltimore, Md. and the J. S. Mosby Camp #82 in Baltimore, Md. D. 10-28-1920 in Baltimore, Md. Age 80. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper. Brother of Ranger Charles B. Wiltshire.


43rd Cavalry Battalion - Unknown Company

Gaines, William Henry Pvt., Co. unknown. B. 1-8-1832. D. 3-25-1909 in Culpeper. Bur. Fairview Cem., Culpeper.

Lewis, Richard H. "Dick" Pvt., Co. unknown. Enl. 4-25-61 in Co. H, 4th Va. Cav. Prom. to 4th Sgt. Prom. 1-16-62 to 3rd Sgt. Capt. 5-31-62 in Hanover Co. Sent to Ft. Delaware. Exch. 8-5-62. Along with Cpt. Benjamin F. Stringfellow and Channing Smith, attempted to capture Gen Crawford about 6-10-63 who was headquartered at Lewis' mother's house near New Baltimore. Appears on July- Oct., 1863 muster rolls as "detached as scout." Appears on Jan. - April 1864 muster rolls as "scout for Gen. Stuart." WIA 5-6-64 in the Wilderness. Leg amputated. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. Inv. in fight with five Federal cavalrymen, along with Rangers, Channing M. Smith and Daniel W. Lowe in Fauquier Co. on 8-16-64. Par. 5-17-65 at Winchester. Age 28, 5'- 8", dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Res. Fauquier Co. Surrendered par. and took oath 7-12-65 at Alexandria. B. 9-20-1836 the son of Lucy A. Lewis. 1860 res. Broad Run PO., Fauquier Co. Agriculturalist living at Rixeyville after the war. Member Va. House of Delegates. Identified after the war by Lt. Channing M. Smith as "the coolest man I ever saw". D. 4-10-1905. Bur. Masonic Cem., Culpeper.

Starke, T. Lamar 2nd. S. C. Cav. One of about 20 men from the 2nd S. C. Cav. detailed in April 1863 to northern Va. for scouting and procurement of horses. Inv. with Mosby's command in 5-3-63 fight at Warrenton Junction.

Stringfellow, Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Cpt. 4th Va. Cav. Rejected for Enl. in Little Fork Rangers, and Madison and Goochland Co. troops. Enl. 5-28-61 in Co. E, 4th Va. Cav. at Culpeper C. H. Trans. Sept. 1861 to Gen. Stuart's staff as an aide and scout. Recognized in Gen. Stuart's report for "conspicuous gallantry" in June 1862 in action near Cold Harbor. Prom. to Lt. then to Capt. (dates unknown). Along with Richard Lewis and Channing Smith, allempted about 6-10-63 to Capt. Gen. Crawford who was headquartered at Richard Lewis's mother's home near New Baltimore. Inv. with the 43rd Va. Cav. in 6-11-63 raid on Seneca Mills, Md. Capt. 6-12-63 near Middleburg. Age 22, 5'- 1", light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Sent to Old Capitol Prison. Par. from Old Capitol Prison and exch. 6-25-63. Inv. in 11-21-63 fight near Bealeton Station, nearly being capt. that night with Rangers Ludwell Knapp and Adolphus E. Richards at the house of James A. Skinker. Inv. in 11-27-63 fight near the Hazel R. in Culpeper Co. Scouted and inv. in the 1-10-64 raid on Loudoun Heights. Detached to Gen. Lee 9-1 thru 111-64. $10,000 reward placed on him with no amnesty at end of war. Exiled to Canada. Returned to U. S. in 1867. B .7-18-1840 at "The Retreat," near Racoon Ford in Culpeper Co. Rec. primary education in Albemarle Co. Completed education in 1859-1860 at the Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Went to Miss. to teach Latin and Greek. M. 1867 to Emma Green in Alexandria. Lived at "Wakefield" in Fairfax Co. Entered the Episcopal Seminary of Va. Ordained a minister in 1876. Chaplain of Woodbury Forest School for boys in Orange. Enl. 5-28-1898 as chaplain in the Spanish - American War. D. 6-8-1913 of a heart attack at Lindsay. Services held at the Green family home at 123 North Street, Alexandria. Bur. Ivy Hill Cem., Alexandria


43rd Cavalry Battalion - Transfered In

Spicer, James Albert Pvt. Art. Co. Joined the 43rd Va. Cav. in Aug. 1864. Served approx. 4 months. Trans. to Co. K, 7th Va. Inf. Capt. April 1865 near Five Forks. Imprisoned. Took oath 6-27-65 and released. B. 5-15-1844 at Slate Mills, Culpeper Co., the son of Samuel and Nancy Leave Spicer. Miller prior to the war. M. 8-22-1875 to Virginia Battle Hume and had eight children. Operated Spicer's Mill near Twyman's Comer, Madison Co. Lived after 1936 at 7115 9th St., NW. Washington, D. C. D. 2-9-1948 in Washington, D.C. Bur. Walker's Methodist Church Cem., near Twyman's Comer. Madison Co. Last surviving member of the 43rd Va. Cav.


Culpeper County CSA Soldiers

Of the soldiers furnished from Culpeper CO to the Conf. States army no
official records are left in any complete state.  An earnest effort has
been made by the publishers of the Encyclopedia to gather in these pages
a roll of the service of Culpeper CO, that future generations may not
depend on tradition alone to know who were the defenders of the State
when its soil was invaded in defiance of right, of justice, and of the
Federal constitution as our fathers framed it.

Where no date of enlistment is given in the following pages, it was in
the first year of the war; where no date of death or discharge is given,
the service was till the close of the war; where no rank is given, the
enlistment was as private.  In the miscellaneous service are recorded
the names of many who enlisted in other counties, then or now residents
of Culpeper CO.


COMPANY C, 7TH VA INFANTRY

Capt. J. C. PORTER, promoted colonel.
1st lieut, James, W. GREEN, promoted major and C. S.
2nd lieut, John r. STROTHER, promoted capt; discharged 1862; joined
Mosby’s command
3rd lieut, Daniel BROWN, discharged 1862.
First sgt, Philip ASHBY, promoted captain; wounded ’62 at Williamsburg
Sergeant Wm. APPERSON, killed 1862 at Frazier’s Farm
Sgt. W. D. BROWN, promoted lieut; resigned 1862.
Corporal Wm. H. STROTHER, promoted sgt; died 1862 of fever.
Corporal J. W. CARTER, Corporal.
Corporal John HEATON

ASHBY, r. John w., promoted surgeon; died 1867 in Mississippi.
APPERSON, Wm., promoted corporal; killed in 7 days fight at Richmond.
BARBOUR, Dr. Edwin, killed May 5, 1864, at Wilderness.
BYRON, Charles, promoted sgt; wounded ’62 at Second Manassas; died ’63.
BOLEN, Ed., killed 1862 at Fraziers Farm.
BASHAW, John, promoted 2nd sgt; wounded June 30, 1862, at Fraziers Farm; July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; May 16, 1864, at Drewrys Bluff; captured April 1, 1865, at Pt. Lookout.
BATTLE, Richard, killed 1861 near Upton Hill.
BATTLE, Benjamin, accidentally killed August 1861.
BOWERS, R. A., promoted ensign; discharged Aug 1862.
BOWERS, Robert.
BECKHAM,, A. Camp, cadet VMI; promoted capt; wounded Sept 11, 1862, at Sharpsburg; lost a leg; died June 1863.
BECKHAM, Dr. H. C.. promoted lieut CO. E, 7th VA Infantry, then surgeon.
BICKERS, John, discharged 1862.
BURK, Frank, wounded 1861 at Upton Hill.
BROWN, William H.
BROWN, Wm. D, promoted lieut; captured and held at Ft. Warren; died 1881.
BURRUSS, John
BARBER, Ed.
COLVIN, Gabriel, wounded July 21, 1861, at first Manassas; died Sept following.
CRUTCHFIELD, Peter
CREEL, J.. W., captured 1863 in James City CO; held at Washington.
DAVIS, W. A., wounded June 30, 1862, at Fraziers Farm; killed June 17, 1864, at Howlett House.
DAVIS, Thomas, killed July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg.
ENGLAND, Robert, enlisted 1863; killed May 1864 at Milford Station.
EGGBORN, Wm. H.
FOX, Thomas F., captured April 1, 1865, at Five Forks; held at Pt. Lookout.
FEELEY, ___, discharged 1862.
FOUCHEE, Daniel M., killed July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg.
FOUCHEE, David, wounded June 30, 1862, at Fraziers Farm; killed July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg.
GAINES, John, captured 1864 at Milford;held at Pt. Lookout.
GARNETT, Joseph, discharged 1861
HULL, John
HULL, Charles W., died at Lynchburg Hospital 1862.
HACKLEY, ___, wounded 1862 at Williamsburg.
HEISEL, John, killed 1862 at Frazier’s Farm.
HILL,  W. H., promoted first corp; killed July 3, 1863, at Gettsyburg.
HUME, B. W., captured April 5, 1865, at Five Forks; held at Pt. Lookout.
JENKINS, Fountain, captured 1864 at Milford; held at Pt. Lookout.
JENKINS, Frank, captured 1864 at Milford; held at pt. Lookout.
KILBY, Amos
KAHL, William, enlisted 1862; wounded Dec. 13, 1862, at Fredericksburg; never heard of since.
LEWIS, Wm. Wallace, promoted hospital steward.
MALTON, James, died Nov 15, 1863.
MELTON, James
MELTON, Robert
MILTON, James, killed.
MATHEWS, Joseph
MITCHELL, Henry, killed Aug 31, 1862, at Manassas.
NARR, Henry
ODEN, Alexander.
PENNELL, Jerry, promoted 2nd lieut; killed May 5 ’62 at Williamsburg.
PARKER, Horace H. (served in Mexican war; detailed as engineer); died Aug 29, 1870.
PERRY, George P., discharged Sept 1862.
PERRY, George, transferred to another co, 1861.
PAYNE, Charles
PETTY, Wm. C, enlisted Feb. 1864.
ROWLES, Dr. B. T., captured near Richmond; held at Pt. Lookout.
REED, Richard
READ, R. S., captured at Fraziers Farm June 30, 1862; held at Ft. Delaware and Gvernors Island; wounded April 1, 1865, at Five Forks.
SHADRICK, Abram, mortally wounded 1863 at Gettysburg.
SMITH, Phil D., wounded in arm at first Manassas
SMITH, George, promoted lieut; wounded & captured 1863 at Gettysburg; held at Johnsons Is.
SMITH, __
SOMERVILLE, Robert b., killed 1863 at Gettysburg.
SHOTWELL, John t., promoted corporal; killed June 30, 1862, at Fraziers Farm.
SHOTWELL, William, promoted hospital steward.
SMITH, W. C., promoted 1st sgt.
SMITH, Phil. D., wounded in arm at first Manassas.
SIMMS, A. Broadus, killed May 1864 at Millford.
SIMMS, t., promoted sgt; killed in 7 days fight at Richmond
TOWLES, Joseph
TURNER, Frank
TURNER. B. F., died March 1884
WILKES, John W, wounded at second Manassas.
WINSTON, Arthur, captured 1864 at Milford; held at Pt. Lookout.
WINSTON, a. W..
WILLIS. A. G., promoted sgt; captured May 1864 at Milford station; held at Pt. Lookout; died there 1865.
WILLIS, Lewis, killed June 30, 1862, at Fraziers farm.
YOWELL, Thomas O., promoted sgt; captured at Hanover Junction and Five Forks; held at Pt. Lookout

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE

AMISS, Carroll C.  enlisted 1862 Culpeper; Capt. Utterbacks’ CO Artillery; served over 2 yrs; killed July 2, 1864, Petersburg
APPERSON, g. F., enlisted 1863; CO F 6th VA Cavalry, Wickham’s Brigade, Fritz Lee’s Div; served till close of war in ordinance dept.
BANKS,  S. N., enlisted 1861; CO D, 13th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; disch and re-enlist. 1862 at Stuart’s Horse Artillery; wounded 1863 Gettysburg; captured 1865 in NC; held in hospital.
BATTLE, James Robert, enlisted April 17, 1861; CO C, 13th VA Infantry, Pegram’s Brigade, Early’s Div; lost one eye at Petersburg.
BECKHAM, J. G., enlisted 1863; Mosby’s Battalion; promoted lieut.
BECKHAM, J. M., enlisted 1861; CO E, Wheat’s Battalion, Taylor’s Brigade, Ewell’s Div; cadet Military Institute; promoted lieut.
BECKHAM, W. A., assigned to quartermaster’s dept under am. M. BARBOUR.
BERLIN, Sanford W., enlisted March 17, 1862, in Alexander’s Battery at Ft. Spotswood; served till May 2, 1862; then temp. attached to 5th AL Battalion; trans. June 26, 1862, CO M 55th VA Infantry, Walker’s Brigade, Hill’s Division;; May 6, 1864, captured in two days fight at Wilderness; held Pt. Lookout till Aug 10, 1864; trans. To Elmira, NY; released July 1, 1865.
BORST, John b., enlisted March 1861; CO K, 10th VA Infantry, Stuart’s Brigade, Jackson’s Old Divsion; promoted regimental commissary.
BOWERS, S. Carson, enlisted April 1861; CO E, 4th VA Infantry, Stonewall rigade; promoted captain.
BOWMAN, Wm., B, enlisted Sept 1864; CO H, 10th VA Infantry, Terry’s
Brigade, Gordon’s Div; captured Apr 6, 1865, near Appomattox; held Pt. Lookout 4 months.
BRADFORD, H. C., enlisted Apr 18, 1861; CO B, 6th Va Cavalry, Pegram’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; captured 1864 at Culpeper; held Old Capitol and Pt. Lookout.
BRAGG, P. e. enlisted April 1, 1861, CO B, 6th VA Cavalry, Jones’ Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; disch. Oct 15, 1861.
BROWN, A. Hill, enlisted 1862; quartermaster’s depart.
BROWN, Daniel, enlisted 1862; Mosby’s command Cavalry; captured 1863 in Fauquier CO;held Ft. Delaware.
BROWN, George W., enlisted May 1, 1861; CO F, 21st VA Infantry, Jone’s
Brigade, Johnson’s Division; wounded May 5, 1864; died May 12, 1864.
BROWN, James R, enlisted Feb. 1862; CO F, 21st VA Infantry, Ewell’s Brigade, Johnson’s Div.
BROWN, Joseph D, enlisted Sept 1864; CO F. Mosby’s command; detailed to supply army w/provisions, 1862; died Nov 27, 1879.
BROWN, W. H., enlisted April 20, 1861; CO B, 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; promoted 2nd sgt; wounded July 3, 1863, Gettysburg.
BURDETT, James B., enlisted Oct. 1864; CO A, 7th VA Infantry, Pickett’s Division
BURKE, George F., enlisted 1862; COB, 6th VA Cavalry, Fitz Lee’s
Brigade, Stuart’s Div; wounded July 3, 1863, Gettysburg; captured at Cold Harbor; held Pt. Lookout and died there.
BURKE, James E., enlisted Jan 1, 1863; CO B, 6th VA Cavalry, Jone’s, Lomax’s, Poague’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Division.
BURKE, James Elias, enlisted July 15, 1861, CO K, 49th VA Infantry, Early’s Brigade, Ewell’s Div; promoted orderly sgt; wounded July 1863 Gettysburg; captured March 25, 1865 at Petersburg; held Pt. Lookout; released June 23, 1865.
BURKE, J. H., enlisted Feb. 14, 1862; CO B, 6th VA Cavalry; Fitz Lee’s Brigade, Stuart’s Division.
BURKE, John M, enlisted 1861; CO B, 6th VA Cavalry, Jones’ Brigade, Hampton’s Div; killed Spotsylvania C. H.
BURKE, M. N., enlisted Oct 1864; CO B, 6th VA Cavalry, Lomax’s Brigade, Stuart’s Div; wounded 1864 at Front Royal.
BURNLEY, Charles T., enlisted 1862; 2d Richmond Howitzer Artillery.
BURROWs, H. C., enlisted April 16, 1861; CO E, 1st VA Artillery; 1st sgt; wounded July 18, 1861, at Blackburns Ford; captured Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; held Ft. Delaware and Pt. Lookout.
BURTON, Arthur W., enlisted Nov, 1862; CO L, 10th VA Infatnry, Jackson’s Brigade, Jackson’s Div; wounded at 2nd Manassas, Aug 27, ’62; at Chancellorsville May 2, ’62; at Mine Run Nov 30,’63.
BUSHONG, Isaac A., enlisted July 1861; CO H, 52nd VA Infantry, Johnston’s Brigade; 2nd lieut; disch May 1862.
CARRICO, Wm. H, enlisted March 1862; Pelhem’s Artillery, Fitz Lee’s Div.
CHADDUCK, John M, enlisted 1861, at Culpeper; CO G, 12th VA Cavalry; wounded 1864 at Charles City; service 4 years.
CHRISTIAN, John t., enlisted July 1861; CO E, 1st Va Cavalry, Wickham’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div.
COLLINS, E. B., enlisted 1861; 7th VA Infantry; Pegram’s Brigade; Pickett’s Div; captured 1865 Appomattox; held at Pt. Lookout.
COOPER, Alexander H, enlisted April 1861; CO I, 6th VA Cavalry, Lomas’x Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div.
COPPAGE, Wm., enlisted May 1861; CO C, 4th VA Cavalry, Fitz Lee’s Brigade, Stuart’s Division.
CORBIN, Joseph R, 4th Cavalry.
CORBIN, Lemuel A., enlisted 1864; CO C, Mosby’s Command Cavalry; wounded 1864 at Berryville.
COVINGTON, Robert C., enlisted July 16, 1861; served in hospital depart. At Culpeper C. H., VA; afterwards acted as wagon master of the 7th GA till 1862 when discharged.
COVINGTON, Thomas H., MD, detailed as physician at home; captured Jan 1864 at Culpeper CO held at Pt. Lookout
COVINGTON, Thomas R., enlisted April 1862; CO F, 9th VA Cavalry, Beale’s Brigade, Fitz le’s Div; wounded Dec. 1864 near Reames Station
CREEL, Mathew, enlisted 1861 in Valley of VA; 52nd VA Infantry, Early’s Brigade, Ewell’s Div; killed Aug 27, ’62 at second Manassas.
CUNNINGHAM, John M., enlisted Sept 1861; 1st VA Artillery; Jackson’s Div; 1st lieut; promoted capt; captured at home 1863; held at Ft. Warren.
CURTIS, T. O., enlisted April 10, 1861; CO E, 13th VA Infantry, Walker’s Brigade, Early’s Div; promoted 1st sgt; wounded June 6, 1862, at Cross
Key’s ;Dec. 13, 1862, at Fredericksburg; May 19, 1864 at Spotsylvania C. H.; captured Mar 28, 1865 at Petersburg; held Pt. Lookout.
DANIEL, Samuel A., enlisted March 16, 1862; Purcell’s Artillery, Hill’s Division.
DAVIS, A., enlisted 1863; CO F, Mosby’s command; captured July 1863, at Falls Church; held at Old Capitol, Washington, DC, two months.
DOGGETT, Basil, enlisted May 1861; CO A-Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; wounded Fredericksburg & Gettysburg; captured March 1865 Richmond; held Pt. Lookout.
DOGGETT, James, enlisted June 1861; Horse Artillery, Fitz Lee’s Div.
DOGGETT, Mereditch J, enlisted May 1861; CO A, 4th VA Cavalry; wounded May 5, 1864, at Wilderness.
DORAN, Francis b., enlistd April 1862; CO E, 7th VA Cavalry; wounded May 5, 1864, at Wilderness.
DORAN, John E., enlisted 1861; CO a, 11th VA Cavalry, Garnett’s Brigade, Jackson’s Div; captured in Loudoun CO, VA; held Ft. Delaware; killed.
DOOLIN, James A., CO E, 7th VA Cavalry, Kemper’s Brigade, Ewell’s divsion.
DUNCAN, r. r., enlisted Aug 1861; CO B, 6th VA Cavalry; promoted lieut & capt; wounded 1862 at 2nd Manassas; 1864 at Trevilyan & in the Valley; captured ’64 in the Valley; held Ft. Delaware.
DUNCAN, v. F., enlisted 1861; CO B, 6th VA Cavalry; killed May 23, 1862, at Cedarsville.
EMBREY, L. J, enlisted April 1861; CO A, 9th VA Cavalry, Beale’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div.
ESOM, Philip a., enlisted Sept 1861; CO B, 7th VA Cavalry; Jones’ & rosser’s Brigade, Jackson’s Div; 1st lieut.
FARISH, G. G., enlisted Sept 1864; CO E, 9th Va Cavalry, w. H. Lee’s
Brigade, Fit Lee’s Div; killed Sept 1863 in Culpeper CO near Cedar Mt while scouting for Gen. Stuart.
FANT, John s., enlisted April 17, 1861; CO H, 4th VA Cavalry, Wickham’s brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; wounded at Winchester Sept 19, 1863.
FINKS, H. W., enlisted Dec. 1, 1862; CO L, 10th VA Cavalry, Walker’s Brigade, Ewell’s Div; promoted 1st sgt; wounded June 17, 1863, at Winchester; captured May 19, 1864 at Spotsylvania C. H.; held Ft. Delawware.
FOSTER, Warrington D., enlisted Aug 1863; CO A, 39th Battalion Cavalry, Lee’s body-guard; captured Nov 29, 1863, at Mine Run; held 12 months Pt. Lookout.
FOSTER,  McKidru F., enlisted April 1861; CO E, 6th VA Cavalry, 1863 trans. To Gen. Lee’s bodyguard.
FOUCHEE, Frank R., enlisted June 1, 1861; CO A, 7th VA Infantry, terry’s Brigade, Picket’s Div; captured Apr 7, 1865, at Farmville.
FOWLES, G. R., enlisted 1863; 17th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; killed May 16, 1864, at Drury’s Bluff.
FOX, Henry, enlisted May 1861; CO F, 21st VA Infatnry, Jones’ Brigade, Johnston’s Div; killed Petersburg.
FRAY, Wm. H, enlisted April 1861; CO A, 7th VA Infatnry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; captured Apri 6, 1865, at Sailors Creek; held at Pt. Lookout.
FREEMAN, George, enlisted 1861; Pelham’s Battalion Horse Artillery; participated in all the battles of his command; captured May 1862; held Pt. Lookout.
FREEMAN, J. g., enlisted April 1861; Deering’s Artillery, Ewell’s brigade, Longstreet’s Div; prmoted commissary sgt.
FREEMAN, Wm. T., enlisted Feb. 1863; Deering’s Artillery, Ewell’s Brigade, Longstreet’s Div; captured near Richmond; exch. In a few days; died 1872.
GAINER, b. F., enlisted Mar 14, 1862; CO L, 1st VA Reserves Artillery; captured July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; was carried about 2 miles, and dodged the Federals by jumping behind an old shop and escaped.
GAINER, Henry L., enlisted April 1862; 4th VA Cavalry, Wickham’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; killed at Williamsubrg, near Richmond.
GAINER, Reuben M, enlisted April 17, 1861; CO l, 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; killed at first Manassas July 21 ’61.
GARNETT, John K. enlisted Aug 1863; CO C, 39th VA Battalion.
GIBSON, Daniel W., enlisted Jan ’62; Crenshaw’s CO, Pegram’s Battalion Artillery; captured 5 Forks; held Pt. Lookout 2 months.
GIBSON< John W, enlisted Jan 1862; crenshaw’s CO, Pegram’s Battalion Artillery.
GIBSON, Thomas C., enlisted Mar 1861; CO E, 13th VA Infatnry, Elzy’s Brigade, Ewell’s Div; re-enlisted at Richmond, VA, 1862, in Crenshaw’s CO, Pegram’s Battalion Artillery.
GORDON, Albert S, enlisted April 1861: CO E, 13th VA Infatnry, Jackson’s Brigade; disch Aug 1861.
GODFREY, Alexander, enlisted April 1862; CO A, 18th VA Cavalry, Imboden’s Brigade.
GOODWIN, James H., enlisted 1864, after the burning of the Military Institute; Infantry, Breckenridge’s Div; wounded at Maryland Heights.
GRIMSLEY, Daniel a., enlisted apr 17, 1861; CO B, 6th VA Cavalry, Payne’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; promoted major.
HACKLEY, Wm., enlisted April 1861; CO A, 2nd VA Infantry, Stonewall Brigade; battles, four; service, 2 years, discharged 1863.
HALE, Daniel W., enlisted June 1861; CO C, 15th VA Infantry, Pegram’s Brigade, Ewell’s Div, wounded at Gaines Mills, Hatchers Runk and Feb. 1865 at Fishers Hill.
HALL, F.S., enlisted June 1861, first under Capt. Nolan in D. H. Hill’s Artillery and under Capt. Braxton in A. P. Hill’s Artillery; promoted assistant surgeon in Pegram’s Battalion.
HOLLIDAY, W. D., enlisted April 21, 1862; CO A, 13th Va Infantry, Early’s Brigade, Ewell’s Div; wounded June 8, 1862, at Cross Keys in arm; Sept 1, 1862, at Ox Hill, in thigh; May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania, lost an arm; disch Dec. 7, 1864.
HATCHER, Mahlon g., enlisted 1861; CO C, 17th VA Infantry, Corse’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; promoted color sgt; wounded May 5, 1862, at Williamsburg; captured 1862 in Loudoun CO; escaped.
HAWKINS, Benj. F., enlisted 1863; CO B, 7th VA Infantry; Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; conscript officer, serving as cuah until Dec. 1,
1864, when he again entered the field service.
HAWKINS, Wm. L., enlisted April 1862; CO B, 6th VA Cavalry, Lomax’s Brigade, Stuart’s Div; wounded at the time of Gen. Stuart’s death, near Richmond.
HAWLEY, John A., enlisted March 1862; Fry’s Artillery, Jackson’s Corps.
HAWLEY, M., R., enlisted April 1, 1862, 6th VA Cavalry; Payne’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div.
HIFTIN, John L., enlisted Feb. 1864; CO E, 13th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div.
HILL, Wm. H., enlisted April 1861; CO C, under Col. Porter, Pickett’s Brigade, Longstreet’s Div; promoted corporal; killed Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
HITT, Festus, enlisted May 1861; CO G, 49th VA Infantry, Smith’s Brigade, Early’s Divsion.
HITT, Blewford A., enlisted May 1861; CO G, 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; died Sept 1861 at home in Culpeper CO.
HITT, James W., enlisted March 1862; CO A, 7th VA Cavalry, Stuart’s Brigade, captured Aug 6, 1863, near Brandy Station; held at Pt. Lookout.
HITT, Martin L., enlisted May 1861; CO G, 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; disch Jan 4, 1865, on account of disability.
HUDGINS, Albert G., enlisted April 14, 1861; midshipman on the steamer "Sumter," CSA Navy, promoted lieut.
HOFFMAN, F. W., enlisted July 1, 1861; Stribling’s Battery Pickett’s Div; wounded March 26 and captured Apr 2, 1865, at Petersburg; held at Newport News; disch July 1865.
HOLLIDAY, John Z., enlisted May 1861; CO G, 20th VA Infantry, Garnett’s Brigade; re-enlisted in CO A, 3rd VA Cavalry, Fitz Lee’s Brigade,
Stuart’s Div; captured 1861 at Rich Mt.; aroled.
HOLMES, F. Wallace, enlisted April 1861; CO F, 18th VA Infantry, Stonewall Brigade; wounded July 18, 1861, at Manassas; disch. July 18,
1861.
HOOE, George g., enlisted April 17, 1861; CO G, 4th VA Cavalry, Wickham’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; captured several times, always
escaped; was on general scout duty all through the war.
HOWARD, Thomas C., enlisted April 17, 1861; CO A, Huger’s Battalion Artillery, Jordan’s Battery; promoted sgt.
HUDSON, Bruce, enlisted 1862; 4th VA Cavalry; killed at the Wilderness.
HUDSON, James W., enlisted April 17, 1861; CO G, 7th VA Infantry,
Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; wounded July 2, ’63 at Gettysburg.
HUDSON, Samuel T., enlisted April 17, 1861; CO G, 7th VA Infantry,
Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Division; captured April 2, 1865, at
Richmond; held at Pt. Lookout.
HUDSON, Thomas J., enlisted Oct 1862; Camp Lee Guards, City Battalion at Richmond; served till Jan 1865; re-enlisted CO B, 13th VA Infantry.
HUFFMAN, Moses A., enlisted March 1861: CO K, 7th VA Infantry, Pickett’s Brigade, Kemper’s Div.
HUME, R. E, captured and held at Pt. Lookout.
JANNEY, Asberry, enlisted Oct 1861; courier for Gen. Hill.
JEFFRIES, Robert S., enlisted 1863; 13th VA Infantry; captured 1865; held at Pt. Lookout.
KIBLER, Ferdinand, enlisted April 1861; VA Cavalry, Rosser’s Brigade.
KILBY, Andrew J, enlisted May 1861; CO G, 7th VA Infantry, Hill’s, Taylor’s, Kemper’s Brigade, Longstreet’s Div; wounded and captured at Fraziers Farm; held at Ft. Delaware.
KILBY, James P., enlisted March 1863; 4th VA Cavalry
KILBY, Joseph M., enlisted 1862; 6th VA Cavalry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div.
KILBY, Thomas M., enlisted April 18, 1861; CO G, 7th VA Infantry,
Kemperh’s Brigade, P)ickett’s Div; wounded slightly at 7 Pines, May 31, 1862.
LAMPKIN, J. W., enlisted 1861; CO B, 38th Battalion VA Artillery; captured July 1863; paroled; wounded July 6, 1864, at Petersburg.
LAMPKIN, Thomas O., enlisted 1861; 13th VA Infantry, Walker’s Brigade, Ewell’s Div; disch on acct. of disability.
LEAVEL, James W., enlisted 1861; 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; promoted orderly sgt; wounded Aug 20, 1862, at second Manassas.
LEAVEL, Wm. A., enlisged Oct 1861; CO E, Mosby’s Battalion.
LEGG, Ambrose C., enlisted 1863; 21st VA Infantry; Johnston’s div; killed at Spotsylvania C. H.
LEGG, James W., enlisted April 1861; CO C, 13th VA Infatry; Pegram’s Brigade, Early’s Div.
LEGG, Petyon E., enlisted Sept 1862; CO C, 13th VA Infantry, Peggram’s Brigade, Early’s Division; captured Oct 1864 at Culpeper; held at Washington.
LEWIS, Richard, enlisted 1861; CO h, 4th Va Cavlary, Fitz Lee’s Brigade, Stuart’s Divsion, captured 1862 near Ashland; held at Ft. Delaware; wounded May 6, 1864, at Wilderness. (page 408).
LIPSCOMB, Waddy, enlisted 1864; CO C, 1st VA Reserves; Infatnry, C. Lee’s Division.
LONG, J. F., enlisted Jan 1863; CO F, 6th VA Cavalry, fitz Lee’s Division.
MAJOR. E. P., enlisted May 1861; Crane’s CO of Wise’s Legion; prmoted adjutant; killed May 31, 1862, at 7 Pines.
MAJORS, Langdon C., enlisted 1864; CO E, Mosby’s command.
MAJOR, Samuel, enlisted March 17, 1861; Sturdevant’s Battery, Col. Jone’s 12th VA Field Artillery, Anderson’s corps; participated in battles in and around Richmond.
MAJOR, W., Jr, enlisted May 1863; Sturdevant’s Batttery: Oct 14, 1864; wounded by the explosion of magazine.
MARSH, C. W. enlisted Sept 1864; CO f, 2nd VA Reserves, Walker’s Division.
MASSEY, John, enlisted April 10, 1861; CO I, 6th VA Cavalry, Payne’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; died Dec. 18, 1883, in TX.
MASSEY, T. C.. enlisted April 1, 1862; CO I, 6h VA Cavalry, Payne’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; wounded Nov. 15, 1863, at Stephensburg, and Nov. 1, 1864, at Winchester.
MAUPIN, H. A., enlisted 1862; CO I, 7th VA Cavalry, Ashby’s Brigade, Rosser’s Div.
McCONCHEE, Wm. A., enlisted April 1861; CO I, 11th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade; promoted corp.
MILLER, Henry t., enlisted July 1861: CO I, 7th VA Cavalry, Ashby’s Brigadek Jackson’s Div.
MILLER, Robert b., enlisted 1864; 1st VA Reserves; 2nd lieut, captured near Richmond; held at Ft. Delaware.
MILTON, John w., enlited 1862; CO E, Mosby’s Cavalry; trans. To CO C, 13th VA Infantry; Pegram’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div.
MORGAN, Wm. B., enlisted April 1861; CO H, 7th VA Infantry; Kemper’s Brigade, Picket’s Div.
NALLE, G. B., W., enlisted Oct 12, 1863; CO D, Cadet Corps, VMI, Breckinridge’s Cif; 1st SGt.
NOLAN, John, enlisted April 17, 1861; CO C, 13th VA Infatnry, Pegram’s Brigade, Early’s Div; promoted corporal; captured Sept 22, 1864 at Fisher’s Hill; held at Pt. Lookout; exchanged in one month.
O’CALLAHAN, Wm., enlisted 1861; CO K, 49th VA Infantry, Smith’s Brigade, Early’s Div; promoted 1st sgt; wounded 1862 at 7 Pines; captured 1862 at Sharpsburg; held Ft. Delaware; service 4 years; disch at close of war.
PATTIE., D. M., enlisted April 1861; CO K, 17th VA Infantry, Pickett’s Brigade, Longstreet’s Div; promoted department marshal of Eastern VA under confiscation act.
PATTON, Hugh M, enlisted April 18, 1861; 7th VA Infantry, Keper’s and
Cook’s Brigade, Pickett’s and Heath’s Div; promoted 1st lieut; wounded at second Manassas.
PATTON, James, enlisted April 18, 1861; 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; capt; promoted colonel; wounded at second Manassas; killed at Gettysburg.
PAYNe, Joseph F. enlisted March 9, 1862; CO H, 4th VA Cavalry, Wickham’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; wounded & captured March 1863 at Kelly’s Fordheld at Washingotn, DC, "Old Capitaol bldg," 3 months, exchanged and returned to company.
PAYNE, Robert W., enlisted 1861; CO A, 7th VA Cavalry, Rosser’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div., wounded 1862 at second Manassas; 1863 at Gettysburg; 1864 at Reams Station, and 4 other times.
PENDLETON, Edmund, enlisted 1862; 1st VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; died 1863.
PENICK, N;, enlisted May 1861; COA, 38th VA Infantry, Smith’s Brigade, Johnston’s Div; lieut; promoted adjutant; served in infantry till autumn 1861; entered artillery service 1862 as captain CO A, Poague’s Battalion Artillery.
PENILTON, John r, enlisted June 1861; CO H, 7th VA Cavalry, Jones’ Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; wounded Hanover Junction & Reams Station; captured at Mt. Jackson and in Albemarle CO; hled at Ft. Delaware 7 months.
PERRY, George P., enlisted Aug 1861; 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div.
PERRY, W. G., enlisted April 12, 1862; CO G, Horse Aritllery, Stuart’s Brigade, Jackson’s Div.
PIERCE, J. ., enlisted 1862; CO D, Gowe’s regiment Arkansas Infantry, Churchill’s Brigade, Hindmans’s Div; wounded 1864 at Mansfield.
PINKARD, A. A., enlisted May 15, 1861; 49th Regiment, Pegram’s Brigade, Early’s Div; ensign; killed June 26, 1862, at Mechanicsville.
PORTER, John J., enlisted Sept 1864; CO F, Mosby’s command; promoted to Mosby’s staff; captured in Culpeper Co., Oct 1, 1864; held 10 days at Culpeper C. H.. discharged at Winchester Apr 12, 1865.
RATRIE, Henry H., enlisted March 10l, 1862; CO K, 4th VA Cavalry, Jones’ Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div.
RISEY, Samuel, enlisted June 1863; under Capt. Taylor in conscript service till close of war.
ROBINSON, Wm. A., enlisted March 1862; Purcell’s Battery, Hill’s Brigade, Field’s Div.
ROBSON, W. T., enlisted Sept 16, 1863; CO G, 12th VA Cavalry; wounded 1864 in the Valley.
ROSSON, J. W., enlisted March 1862; CO G, 12th VA Cavalry, Rosser’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; promoted sgt.
RUDASILL, F. M., enlisted July 12, 1861; quartermaster department; then CO C, Mosby’s Rangers.
SCOTT, J. M, Jr, enlisted April 1861; CO F, 10th VA Cavalry, Hampton’s, then Chamberlin’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; sgt of color guards; slightly wounded Gettysburg & Brandy Station; captured Oct 11, 1`863, at Brandy Station; held at Old Capitol & Pt. Lookout 16 months.
SHACKELFORd, John M,, enlisted Feb. 1863; CO C, 4th VA Cavalry, Wickham’s Briade, Fitz Lee’s Division.
SLAUGHTEr, Thomas T., enlisted April 1861; Co B, 6th VA Cavalry.
SMITH, Early, enlisted Aug 9, 1861, CO. L, 10th VA Infantry, Taliaferro’s Brigade, Jackson’s Div; captured March 1864 at Hamilton, Loudoun CO; held at Ft. Delaware.
SMITH, Elza, enlisted May 1861; assigned to quartermaster department.
SMITH, John W., enlisted Aug 9, 1861; CO L, 10th VA Infantry, Taliaferro’s Brigade, Jackson’s Div; captured April 1, 1865 at 5 Forks, held at Ft. Delaware.
SMITH, Joseph t., enlisted March 1863; CO F, 21st VA Infantry, Terry’s Brigade, Johnston’s Div.
SMITH, Philip, enlisted May 1861; Taylor’s CO, 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Longstreet’s Div; killed in 7 Days fight.
SMITH, Thomas J., enlisted Sept 1862; 21st VA Infantry, Stuart’s Brigade, captured 1862 in Culpeper CO; held at Pt. Lookout.
SOMERVILLe, C. B., enlisted Nov 1863; Douglass’ Pontoon Corps.
SOMERVILLE, J. W., enlisted May 1971; CO G, 20th VA Infantry, Pegram’s Brigade, Garnett’s Div; disch July 1861; re-enlisted 1863, 3rd AL Regiment, Rhoades’ Brigade, wounded at Richmond Mt. And Boonesboro Gap.
SOMERVILLE, Langdon, enlisted Nov 1863; Douglas’ Pontoon Corps, died April 1864.
SOMERVILLe, R. B., enlisted May 1861; Porter’s CO, 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; killed Gettysburg.
SOMERVILLE, Walter, enlisted 1862; surgeon at Yorktown; died 1863.
SPARKS, Champ C., enlisted May 1861; CO G, 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; prmoted corporal; wounded May 5, 1862, at Williamsubrg; wounded and captured July 3. 1863, at Gettysburg, held at Ft. Delaware, and died there Oct 1863.
SPARKS., Robert W., enlisted April 1861; CO A, 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div.
SPICER, James S., enlisted 1862; CO E Pioneer Corps.
SPICER, James S., promoted quartermaster sgt.
STALLORD, Randolph R., enlisted 1861; Capt. Vanderslier, 49tth VA Infantry; mortally wounded Nov 1864 at Spotsylvania C. H.
STARKE, A. E. enlisted Aug 9, 1861; CO I, 49th VA Infantry, Smith’s Brigade, Early’s Div; prmoted sgt; 1863 trans. To CO K, same regiment; Oct 1864 wounded & captured Cedar Creek, held at Pt. Lookout.
STEWART, Broadius, enlisted Jan 1863; cavalry; died 1882 in MO.
STEWART, James W., enlisted April 20, 1861; CO I, 30th VA Infantry,
Corse’s Brigade, Pickett’s Division; wounded June 26, 1862, at
Chickahominy; died June 29, 1862.
STEWART, Joseph, enlisted May 1861; infantry, Stuart’s Brgig. Pickett’s Div.
STEWART, Richard, enlisted May 1861; cavalry; died 1868.
STRINGFELLOW, B. W., enlisted May 1861; CO I, 11th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; lieut; wounded May 31, 1862, at 7 Pines;
captured 1862 in Orange CO; paroled; captured 1864 at Petersburg held at Old Capitol, Washington.
STRINGFELLOW, Martin S., enlisted April 16, 1861; CO A, 13th VA Infantry, Early & Pegram’s Brigades, Ew3ell’s and Walker’s Div; promoted
1st lieut; slightly wounded at Chantilly.
STROTHER, George F., enlisted March 1863; as assistant commissary.
STROTHErR Philip W. enlisted April 1861; CO F, 13th VA Infantry; Early’s Brigade, Ewell’s Div; lieut; wounded May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania C.
H.; discharged sam eday.
TALIAFERRO, Alex. G., enlisted May 1862; 13th, then 25th VA Cavalry, Johnston’s Div; promoted captain, lieut-colonel, colonel, and brigadier general; wounded at second Manassas.
TALIAFERRO, John K., enlisted Feb. 1863; CO H, 4th VA Cavalry, Wickham’s
Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; wounded at Trevylian Depot, captured April 1, 1865 at 5 Forks; held at Pt. Lookout 2 months.
TANSILL, g. S., enlisted 1861; 7th VA Infantry, sgt. Major.
TANNER, John W., enlisted March 1862; CO E, 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; wounded June 3, 1862, at Frazier’s Farm; disch July 1862.
THOMAS, G. S., enlisted March 13, 1862; Purcell’s Battery; Hill’s Div.
TOWLES, G. R. enlisted 1863; 17th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; killed May 16, 1864, at Drurys Bluff.
THROCKMORTON, John a., enlisted April 1861; 6th VA Cavalry; courier to Je. E. Johnston; May 1862, promoted major; disch Dec. 19, ’64.
TORRENT, Lewis C., enlisted 1861; CO I, 11th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div, captured 1862 at Williamsburg; held at Ft. Delaware; released & discharged 1862.
TURNER, t. H., enlisted 1863; Pelham’s Battalion Horse Artillery; participated in the princiapl b attles of the command.
VAUGHAN, Franklin D, enlisted 1863, CO E, Mosby’s Rangers.
VAUGHAN, Henry J, enlisted 1861; teamster; served on  hospital duty, and engineer’s corps, Col. Talcott, Capt. Johnson.
VAUGHAN, Peter, enlisted July 1861; quartermaster department, carpenter and scout.
WAGER, James P., enlisted April 1861; CO E, 13th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Division; discharged 1862.
WAITE, C., enlisted April 3, 1861; CO B, 9th VA Cavalry Fitz Lee’s Div; captain; promoted major; served on Gen. Lee’s staff from May 1, 1862, till close of the war.
WALKER, Thomas g., enlisted March 1862; Crenshaw’s CO, Pegram’s Battalion Artillery, A. P. Hill’s Div; wounded July 3, 1863, at Gettysburg; captured April 1863 at Louisa C. H.; held at Washington one month; captured April 1865 at 5 forks; held at Pt. Lookout 3 months.
WALLACE, A. Henderson, enlisted Oct 1864; CO C, 39th VA Infantry, Corse’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div.
WAYLAND, John W., enlisted 1861; CO A, 7th VA Infantry, Kemper’s Brigade, Pickett’s Div; served 2 years in quartermaster department.
WHARTON, Stanton, enlisted April 1861; CO E, 13th VA Infantry, Pegram’s Brigade, Early’s Div; wounded at second Manassas; captured at Petersburg in 1865; held at Pt. Lookout 4 months.
WHEATLEY, James g., enlisted April 1861; 4th VA Cavalry, Fit Lee’s Div.
WHITLOCK, Martin, enlisted 1861; CO I, 6th VA Infantry, Wickham’s Brigade, Fitz Lee’s Div; wounded 1864 at Manassas.
WINSTON, Arthur W, enlisted May 1861; Culpeper Minute Men, Purcell’s Battery, Hill’s Div.
WISE, John B, enlisted 1862; wounded 1863 at Leesburg; died 1873, at
Shreveport, LA, of yellow fever.
WISE, Louis A., enlisted 1861; Richmond Howitzer CO Artillery.
WOOD, P.. enlisted 1863; CO D, 13th Va Infantry.
WOOD, Robert W., enlisted June 5, 1861; CO D, 23rd VA Infantry, Taliferro’s Brigade, Jackson’s Div; lost all toes by frost; disch. Feb. 9, 1862.
YANCEY, Edwin D, enlisted 1861; artillery; promoted lieut.
YOWELL, John, enlisted Sept 1, 1863; CO C, 4th Va Cavalry, Wickham’s Briade, Fitz Lee’s Division.



Other Sources:

Artillary, Cavalry, Infantry Regimental Histories

Culpeper in the Civil War

Civil War Harper's Weekly - Culpeper

REPORTS FROM CULPEPPER COURT HOUSE

Battle of Cedar Mountain

View of Cedar Mountain 1862

Battle Field of Cedar Mountain. [Stereograph]

Group, Officers of the 10th Maine on the battlefield of Cedar Mountain. [Stereograph

Battle of Brandywine Station

Sketch of the road from Somerville to Jonas Run, beyond Stevensburg, in Culpeper County, Va..




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