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Name: James R. DeadmoreRank: Captain Company:
' Company I (1st), (Captain David C. Dunn's Company also known as the Floyd Blues) was organized July 5, 1861 as Co. G. (1st), 50th Virginia Infantry. The company was reorganized April 1,1862 at Abingdon, Virginia and transferred to the 63rd. Part of the company were holdovers and part were recruits. The company was disbanded about January 1863 when some transferred to other companies Captain David C. Dunn, company commander and enlistment officer was elected Lieutenant Colonel on May 10, 1863. The second commander, James R. Deadmore resigned September 5, 1862 per his service record. David Dunn was actively recruiting a Battalion, which he was to command, but plans changed and his units were incorporated into the 63rd.
Information from the compiled service record of the 50th Virginia, give the following information about this company's activities for the first year of the war. The company mustered in with the 50th on July 5, 1861 at Abingdon. The first muster roll covers the period July 5 to September 1, 1861, dated September 5, 1861 at Camp Gauley, Nicholas County, Virginia.
Had engagement with Yankees under notorious Col. Tyler of fur trade notoriety. It was about 6 o'clock in the morning of August 26 at Cross Lanes when we took their right flank pouring our shot into them. Drove them in utter confusion to the Mountain and capturing many. The killed & prisoners [were] near 130, taking wagons, ambulance 4 horse guns to us prizes. Marched from Camp Jackson, Wytheville via Newbern, Old Sweet Springs, White Sulphur, Lewisburg, Big Sewell Mountain to Gauley River in Nicholas County, distance about 300 miles.
The second muster for service while in the 50th, gives the following information in the notes. This muster was for the period September 1 1861 to January 1, 1862, and taken at Dublin Depot.

Was in the battle of Carnifex Ferry on September 10, 1861 enemy under Genl. Rosecranz. Suffered no loss in killed or wounded, retreated leaving 26 rifles all our tents & camp equipment. Having such a large number of sick it was impossible to haul or carry them. Company Detailed to guard Blue Sulphur Hosp. on the 18th of Sept. Ordered to White Sulphur Hosp. as a guard at that point on 1 Oct. & remained
at that bet (sic) until ordered to Meadow Bluff to drive back some Dutch Cavalry. Returned to White Sulphur Springs & was ordered to Dublin Depot as guard to that point on the 2d of January 1862. We had in charge 3 Yankee prisoners taken at Meadow Bluff.
Officers: David C. Dunn, Captain/Lieutenant Colonel
F. H. McCormack, 2nd Lieutenant
James R. Deadmore, Captain
Robert Wohlford, 2nd Lieutenant
James Carroll, 1st Lieutenant'
Source: http://hometown.aol.com/jweaver300/grayson/63rdva.htm
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'Name: James R Deadmore, Residence: Washington Co. VA, Occupation: Mail Agent
Enlistment Date: 21 June 1861, Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Confederacy, State Served: VA, Unit Numbers: 810
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 21 June 1861 at the age of 27
Enlisted in Company G, 5Oth Infantry Regiment Virginia on 21 June 1861
Promoted to Full Lieutenant Ist Class on 08 July 1861
On rolls on 31 July 1861
On rolls on 05 September 1861
Detailed on 03 January 1862 (Det. inspecting & mustering officer)
On rolls on 01 February 1862 at Dublin Depot, VA

Name: James R Deadmore, Occupation: Cabinet Maker, Enlistment Date: 01 April 1862
Distinguished Service: DlSTINGUISHED SERVICE, Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: VA, Unit Numbers: 824 824,
Service Record: Enlisted as a Captain on 01 April 1862 at the age of 30
Commission in Company I, 63rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 01 April 1862
Resigned Company I, 63rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 05 September 1863'
Source: Ancestry.com, 'American Civil War Soldiers'
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Name: Hardin P. HigginsRank: Unknown Company:
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Name: CHARLES GRAFTON MABRYRank: Captain Company:
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Name: William J. MusserRank: Corporal Company:
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Name: Elijah OgleRank: Unknown Company:
Also, John (died at Emory and Henry College); Gordon (KIA Jonesboro, GA), Isaac, and one other. Five brothers from Carroll County, Virginia. (Hillsville)
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Name: Jesse CallahanRank: Private Company: A
Co. A Enl. 3/31/62 at Abingdon Va. Sick at Emory & Henry Hosp. by order of Regti. surgeon 6/10-6/20/64. Attached to Emory & Henry Hospital as a nurse 10/64. Died Jan.10, 1907. Buried in Emory Henry Cemetery.
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Name: Joseph ChapmanRank: Private Company: A
Joseph Chapman is my 4th great grandfather. He enlisted in the 63rd Virginia Infantry, Company A on March 31, 1862 in Abingdon, Virginia (Washington County). Joseph Chapman resided in Saltville, Smyth, Virginia with his wife Sarah Sallie Phipps and their children. He was in the war for about 3 years.
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Name: William Meek SurberRank: Private Company: A
he was my gg grandpa from smyth co va.
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Name: Harden TurnerRank: Private Company: A
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Name: Andrew Jackson DishnerRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: B
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Name: Andrew Jackson HooverRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Henry HooverRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Whitfield Monroe ParkerRank: Private Company: B
Whitfield is buried behind Wyndale United Methodist Church, Wyndale, Virginia 1844-1923 He joined the 63rd VA Dec 1863 and served until war's end. He was wounded 9 Aug 1864 in defense of Atlanta. Served in the Tennessee campaign.
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Name: George Harrison ShafferRank: Private Company: B
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Name: James Owen SorahRank: Private Company: B
Served later in the 54th Va Inf Battalion after the consolidation of the 63rd and 54th Va Regiments. Survived the war.
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Name: John BourneRank: Unknown Company: C
John enlisted 4/6/1862 at moccasin gap.served 3 years.
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Name: Hasten BourneRank: Unknown Company: C
Hasten was detailed as a hospital nurse.
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Name: Stephen BourneRank: Unknown Company: C
Stephen enlisted 4/6/1862 at moccasin gap.taken p.o.w 11/24/1864 at missionary ridge.sent to camp chase then to johnson`s island.
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Name: Gordon K. CarricoRank: Unknown Company: C
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Name: Gideon P. FalknerRank: Private Company: C
Gideon is my maternal GG Grandfather. My paternal GG Grandfather (Robert Harrison) and Gideon signed up the same day, and are buried in the same cemetery.
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Name: Charles Wesley HarringtonRank: Unknown Company: C
Charles Wesley Harrington was my gg-grand Uncle. He died of the measles while in the war.
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Name: Fielden Beax ParksRank: Private Company: C
Middle name is also thought to be Beecher, but Beax was most commonly found.
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Name: James C. RectorRank: Unknown Company: C
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Name: Troy SpencerRank: Lieutenant Company: C
He was killed, wrongly, by firing squad after leaving (they called it desertion) to pull crops for his ailing parents, Isaac and Phoebe. His brother Corp. William, my great-great grandfather, was spared for the same act, or I guess I wouldn't be here.
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Name: William SpencerRank: Corporal Company: C
His brother, Troy, was killed, wrongly, by firing squad after leaving (they called it desertion) to pull crops for his ailing parents, Isaac and Phoebe. He was also held before a tribunal, but my great-great grandfather, was spared for the same act, or I guess I wouldn't be here.
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Name: John Blair WaughRank: Captain Company: C
John enlisted 4/6/1862 fought in Missionary Ridge battle in Chattanooga.
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Name: Paris Newton AlbertRank: Private Company: D
Paris Newton Albert, my great grandfather, enlisted on April 15, 1862, at Camp Narrows, Montgomery Co., Virginia. He was 19 years old and married with one child (daughter). He appeared on muster rolls until Tennessee march, then records list him as 'Deserted'.He was a grandson of Rev. War Soldier, Jacob Allen Albert. After Civil War, he and wife had 12 more children. He was a farmer. He died in 1920, at age 77.
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Name: William Ratcliffe AltizerRank: Private Company: D
William Ratcliffe Altizer enlisted on 15 April 1862 in Abingdon, VA. He fought at the Battle of Chickamauga on 19 - 20 September 1862 and in particular at the fights for Horeshoe Ridge and Snodgrass Hill. He died on 01 December 1863 in Atlanta, GA at Fairgrounds Hospital #2 and is buried in Atlanta, GA in Oakland Cemetary.
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Name: Jasper M. KinserRank: Private Company: D
Jasper M. Kinser was born in Carrol County VA in 1843. He enlisted on April 15, 1862 in Peterstown, VA. He was captured on July 14, 1864 at Marietta, OH and was sent to Camp Douglas, Chicago, IL.
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Name: Flemming J. LambertRank: Private Company: D
Flemming Lambert was my great, great grandfather. A farmer and 'woodchopper' from Montgomary, (West) Virginia, he was mustered in on April 15, 1862 at the age of 22 for 3 years. By Dec. of 1862 he was listed as a POW of the North. On Nov. 15, 1863 he was paroled and ordered not to travel south of the Ohio River. He later moved to Nebraska with his brother William, married and raised a family. He died on July 21, 1920 at the age of 80 and is buried in the Oxford, Nebraska Cemetery.
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Name: Lewis TrentRank: Private Company: E
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Name: William T. ClarkRank: Private Company: F
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Name: John Madison McCormackRank: Private Company: F
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Name: Calvin Alexander AndersonRank: 1st Sergeant Company: G
Calvin Alexander Anderson is a son of Harvey Columbus Anderson and brother to Churchill Harvey Anderson and McCoy Anderson who served in the 51st Virginia Infantry. Calvin served in Companies G and I2, 63rd Virginia Infantry Regiment, CSA

Name: Alexander C Anderson Residence: Carroll County, Virginia
Enlistment Date: 15 May 1862 Rank at enlistment: 1st Sergeant Enlistment Place: Wytheville, Virginia
Survived the War?: Yes Service Record: Enlisted in Company G, Virginia 63rd Infantry Regiment on 15 May 1862.
Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant on 17 Jan 1863.
Promoted to Full Adjutant on 10 Jan 1864.
Mustered out on 9 Apr 1865.
Commissioned an officer in Company S, Virginia 54th Infantry Battalion on 9 Apr 1865. Mustered out on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, North Carolina
Sources: The Virginia Regimental Histories Series

Name: Alexander Anderson Residence: Carroll County, Virginia Enlistment Date: 15 May 1862 Enlistment Place: Wytheville, Virginia Side Served: Confederacy State Served: Virginia Service Record: Enlisted as a 1st Sergeant on 15 May 1862.
Enlisted in Company G, 63rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 15 May 1862.
Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant on 17 Jan 1863.
Promoted to Full Adjutant on 10 Jan 1864.
Transferred out of Company G, 63rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 9 Apr 1865.
Commission in Company S, 54th Battalion Infantry Regiment Virginia on 9 Apr 1865.
Surrendered Company S, 54th Battalion Infantry Regiment Virginia on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, North Carolina.

Wounded in Action (WIA) through the neck & wind pipe, at Resaca 15 May 1864.
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Name: Elisha BedsaulRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted as a Private on 15 May 1862 Company G, 63rd Infantry Regiment Virginia.
POW on 25 November 1863 at Missionary Ridge, TN.
Died Company G, 63rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 27 January 1864 in Nashville, TN.
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Name: Wiliknson BedsaulRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted as a Private in Company G, 63rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 18 August 1862.
Died Company G, 63rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 11 April 1863 in Emory & Henry Hospital, VA.
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Name: James L. BourneRank: Unknown Company: G
James enlisted on 5/15/1862.he also served in the 37th va cavalry co d.
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Name: Jesse FortnerRank: Private Company: G
Jesse Fortner
Company: G
Unit: 63 Virginia Infantry.
Rank - Induction: Private
Rank - Discharge: Private
Allegiance: Confederate
Notes: Forkner Jesse
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Name: Fielden H. HaleRank: Unknown Company: G
Fielden was taken p.o.w. 5/15/1864 @resaca.sent to alton,ill where he died in the prison camp 11/21/1864
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Name: Ephraim HamptonRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: G
Killed in action at Jonesboro, GA.
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Name: Litrell Hickerson HamptonRank: Captain Company: G
my g-g-grandfather.
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Name: Thomas B. HamptonRank: Captain Company: G
McMahon's Regiment. Wounded at Chickamauga, GA. Killed in action at Bentonville, GA.
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Name: William D. HamptonRank: Private Company: G
Wm. D. Hampton enlisted in 6/1862. Later in May of 1863, he was transfered to the 8th VA. Cavalry. Also served in the Grayson Co. Militia. Age 22 in 1860.
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Name: John Fielding LundyRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Charles MartinRank: Private Company: G
Charles was wounded in the left leg in the battle of New Market, Va., May 15, 1864. He was a blacksmith and then transferred to the Engineer Corps.

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Name: Giles Smith MartinRank: Captain Company: G
Enlisted May 15, 1862, Wythevillle, Wythe Co., VA. He served in Co. I 63rd VA INF and Co. G 63rd VA INF.
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Name: Melvin R. NormanRank: Unknown Company: G
Companies C & G. Enlisted 4/6/62 at Mocassin Gap. Described 7/3/64 on the march. I have a copy of his widows pension record.
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Name: William Columbus PotterRank: Sergeant Company: G
Enlisted as a Private in Hampton''s Company of the Virginia Volunteers (which became Company G, which later became (2nd) Company I, 63rd Infantry Regiment Virginia) on 15 May 1862 at Camp Jackson by Capt. Litrill H. Hampton for three-year period.
Appears on Company Muster-in Roll dated 27 May 1862 at Abingdon, Virginia.
From 1 September to 20 October 1862 he was ''employed on extra duty'' as a blacksmith.
Paid by Capt. Henderson on 1 May 1863.
Detailed as Brigade Blacksmith on 23 May 1863 at Saltville, Virginia, by order of Brig. Gen. Williams.
Listed as present on Company Muster Roll for May/June 1863.
Paid by Capt. Henderson on 1 July 1863.
Listed as absent on Company Muster Roll for July/August and Sept./Oct. 1863 and Jan./Feb. 1864 due to blacksmith detail.
Rejoined regiment on 22 May 1864.
Listed as present on Company Muster Roll for May/June 1864.
Promoted to 5th Sergeant on 01 July 1864 by special order.
Listed as present on Company Muster Roll for July/August 1864.
Hospitalized on 23 February 1865 at CSA Hospital #11, Charlotte, North Carolina; complaint is listed as ''haematureas'' (haematuria = bloody urine).
Returned on 03 March 1865.
(He was my great-great-grandfather.)
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Name: John ShettleRank: Private Company: G
both my husband (Mathias'')side and my (father''s) side fought in the Virginia Infantry during 1861 to late 1863.
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Name: Greenberry (Berry) WilsonRank: Private Company: G
He enlisted April 8th 1863 by Capt. Thomas B. Hampton
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Name: Freeland ParksRank: Private Company: H
thank you for letting me add my ancestor Freeland Parks (Freeling Parks)in Co.H of the 63rd Virginia Infantry (McMahon's) to this site. =)
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Name: John J. SmithRank: Private Company: H
Born in Ireland in 1822. Came to U.S. somewhere around 1850. Enlisted in Wythe County, VA.
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Name: William H. WyrickRank: Unknown Company: H
Died: 15 July 1864, in Atlanta GA. Died in hospital of fever.
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Name: Joseph H. DillardRank: Private Company: I
MyGreat grand father

Joseph H. Dillard: Born June 5 1840 in Patrick County VA. (1850 Patrick Co census) *192205 Dillard, James m 58 Farmer $250 Mary f 40 Jane f 24 VA Joseh H m 10 VA*. Enlisted in Co. G (1) 50th VA inf reg June 15, 1861 for a period of 3 years by Capt. Dunn at Abington,VA. He was in several Battles in western VA (Kessler Cross Lanes, Carnifex Ferry and the Kanawha Valley campaign. The company was reorganized May 1, 1862 and became Co.I (1) 63rd VA inf reg and saw action in VA, NC, TN, and GA. He was WIA Sept 20, 1863 (right arm shot off) at the battle of Chicamauga, furloughed 60 days and returned to duty Aug 31, 1864. (sources; 50th VA inf by John Chapala, 63rd VA inf by Jeff Weaver, service records. After the War, about 1870, he moved his family from Wytheville, VA to Kanawha Co. (Occupation); farmer and carried the mail on horseback; Died Dec. 24, 1927 at Blakely, WV., buried on his farm at Laural Fork, Kanawha Co. (death certificate)

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Name: Alexander J. RutherfordRank: Private Company: I
A great-great uncle. Would like to know more about the history and movement of this regiment.
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Name: James Polk AllisonRank: Private Company: K
James Polk Allison Private 63rd VA Inf. Co. K
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Name: John Patterson AllisonRank: Corporal Company: K
This was my great, great, great grandfather. He enlisted as a Private on May 6th 1861 with the CSA 63rd Virginia Infantry Company F. In August of 1964 he transferred to Company K where he was promoted to 1st Corporal. From February 1865 until June of 1865 he was a P.O.W. at Point Lookout. He survived the was and passed away of Cancer on August 2nd 1912.
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Name: William Henry AllisonRank: Private Company: K
My great, great, great, great uncle. 63rd Reg VA Inf. Co. K. Killed at Chickamauga, GA Sept. 20th 1863 at 22 years of age
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Name: David Crockett JonesRank: Corporal Company: K
No information available, but D.C. Jones, my great grandfather, born 1842, died 1897, is buried in Wise Cemetery, Wise, Wise County, Va. A footstone, suplied by the Daughters of the Confederacy(?)reads:
David Crockett Jones
Corp Co K 63 Va Infantry
Confederate States Army
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