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2nd North Carolina Cavalry CSA

Name: John Eli IngramRank: Lieutenant Company:
Most people do not know that the name Eli was his middle name, as his military records use 'Eli' almost exclusively. He saw lots of service in Thomas Legion of Indians and Highlanders. Buried at the city cemetery (IOOF) in Pryor, Mayes County,Oklahoma where they had removed to after the war. His wife was Mary Catherine Whitaker, daughter of Captain Stephen Whitaker of Walker's Battalion and Thomas's Legion of Indians and Highlanders. Her brother William Thomas Whitaker is known for founding the Whitaker Home for orphans in Pryor, and his deep commitment to the children and civil contributions.Eli is my Great Grandfather, and Stephen Whitaker my GG Grandfather through Eli's daughter Cornelia Ingram Cleveland, born in NC, died Craig County, OK.
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Name: Perry RenfrowRank: Corporal Company:
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Name: William Pinckney GabrielRank: Private Company: A
Younger brother of Abram Alburtus Gabriel of Company K, 23rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment. Enlisted 27 Sep 1864. Erroneously listed in records as 'Wm T. Gabrol.'

Source: John W. Moore's 'Roster of North Carolina Troops in the War Between the States,' Raleigh, 1882, Volume II, page 115.
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Name: Calvin PennellRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Miles Washington ShookRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted June 1861 in Co.B, 2nd NC Cavalry, was transferred to Co.F, 38th NC Infantry on April 1, 1864. Captured May 24, 1864 at Hanover Junction and imprisoned at Point Lookout, MD. Exchanged as a POW on March 14, 1865.

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Name: John A. BraddyRank: Private Company: D
Born on Feb, 23, 1827, in North Carolina. Enlisted in August 1861, for service with the NC 2nd Calvary Compmay D, raised at Cumberland Couny, NC. KIA: Gilletts Farm/Pebbly Run, NC April 13, 1862, age 35. Out numbered he bravely engaged in a heroic charge upon Union Troops who seized a farm and held a family captive. He died of wounds and was laid to rest at the farm, in the family cemetary, by members of the family who were held captive by the Union Troops.

His older brother Pvt. Nathan M Braddy, born March 15, 1824, in Johnston County, NC, enlisted on May 2, 1861, to serve with the 56th Infantry Company B, raised in Cumberland County, NC. He died while in service with the 5th Infantry Company A, on June 8, 1864, age 40, as a POW in Washington DC.

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Name: John H. HubbardRank: Corporal Company: D
Captured at Hanover, PA 30 Jun 1863 sent to Elmira, exchanged 10 Mar 1865
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Name: Thomas C. LandRank: Private Company: E
Born abt 1836 in North Carolina, Son of John Land & Rebecca Taylor. Gr.Gr.Grandson of my English Ancestor,Curtis Land. Enlisted on 6/10/1861 at Wilson County, NC as a Private. 24 years old. On 8/30/1861 he mustered into 'E' Co. NC 2nd Cavalry. * On rolls present 9/30/1864.

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Name: Larry NewsomRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted as a Private on 10 June 1861 at the age of 21.
Mustered in Company E, 2nd Cavalry Regiment North Carolina on 30 August 1861.
Died of disease on 26 December 1861.
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Name: John Tyler FoglemanRank: Private Company: G
John Tyler FOGLEMAN was born 6/25/1841 in North Carolina (Orange Co.), and died 11/24/1910 in North Carolina (Alamance Co.). He was buried 11/1910 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church Cemetery. He was the son of Martin B. FOGLEMAN and Rebecca MOSER. He enlisted in Company G, 2nd Cavalry Regiment North Carolina as a Private on 3/3/1864, and was paroled on 5/22/1865 at Greensboro, North Carolina. He was the Justice of the Peace in Alamance County, in 1916.
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Name: Archibald Buie NicholsonRank: 1st Sergeant Company: I
Both great-grandfathers survived the full four years of the civil war: both at Chancellorsville & Gettysburg. 1st Sgt. Nicholson was at Appromattox Court House when LEE surrendered. Sgt. Thomas G. West was at the first major battle at Manassas; was captured at Cedar Creek, and held as POW at Point Lookout MD.
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Name: William Alexander Graham JrRank: Major Company: K
Enlisted as a 1st Lieutenant on 30 August 1861 at the age of 22.
Promoted to Full Captain on 8 November 1862.
Wounded in the thigh on 3 July 1863 at Gettysburg, PA.
Promoted to Full Major (As Assistant Adjutant Gen State of NC) on 30 September 1863.
Discharged for promotion on 12 December 1863.
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