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39th North Carolina Infantry CSA

Name: Jacob FranklinRank: Sergeant Company:
reduced in ranks to private-wounded in right leg at chickamauga-leg amputated
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Name: Eli C. LedfordRank: Private Company:
My gggrandfather
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Name: John S. SmileyRank: Unknown Company:
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Name: Benjamin David Stringfield SorrellRank: Unknown Company:
Received a pension from the Confederate Pension Board # S3347
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Name: Wiilliam L. StilesRank: Private Company:
trying to find info on my direct Stiles ancestor in the Civil War. William L. Stiles (Bill) was in the Confederate service in Cherokee county, NC, when captured by a union unit of the 3rd Tennessee Mountain Infantry... His own son Benjamin, was a member of this union unit that captured him. We have always heard that William was sent to knoxville, Tenn. as a POW and there died, But cannot find his name listed or where his grave may be. He may even be listed as Styles instead of Stiles.
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Name: JACOB DALERank: Corporal Company: A
CORP.JACOBDALE,PVT.JULIUS DALE, PVT.JOHN F.M. DALE WERE BROTHERS. THEY WERE ALL 3 IN THE 39TH INF CO. A.
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Name: JOHN FRANCIS F.M. DALERank: Private Company: A
MY G-GRANPA DALE IS BURIED IN BANKS CO. GEORGIA AT GROVE LEVEL CEMETARY. I HAD HIS HEAD STONE ORDERED FROM THE GOV. ABOUT A YEAR AGO . WE HAD IT INSTALLED, IT IS REAL NICE. JACOB,JULIUS JOHN WERE BROTHERS.
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Name: JULIUS A. DALERank: Private Company: A
JULIUS DALE WAS PVT.JOHN.F.M.FRANCIS DALE'S BROTHER
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Name: Albert Gallatin ThompsonRank: Private Company: A
A. G. Thompson only served in the 39th NCT for about two weeks before he was wounded at Kennesaw Mountain in June 1864. He had previously served in Col. Peter Mallett's North Carolina Battalion for two years.
Contact Name: Walter C. Hilderman
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Name: Thomas J. CabeRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Joseph Logan ClarkRank: Unknown Company: B
East TN campaign,shot in leg, between Chickamauga and Mobile, AL Survived the war and walked home to Ellijay NC He was under Lt. Col. David Coleman.
Contact Name: Charles Ward
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Name: Andrew Patton LoweRank: Private Company: B
This is My G Grandfather. He is Film Number M230 roll 24-I would like very much to have him added to this list. Cheryl Osborne.
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Name: James S. ThomasRank: Private Company: B
James was 17 years old when he joined on 1 Oct. 1863 at Franklin, NC. Pvt. Co B 39th Regt. NC Inf. He has 6 cards in his file. He is my 3rd cousin 4x removed. His ancestor was General Tristram Thomas who fought with the Swamp Fox in the PEE DEE river region of NC/SC during the Revolution. His unit was the Consolidated 39th Companies - A, B, C, D, and E. Commanded by Capt. George G Bristol at Citronella Alabama 4 May 1865. He was paroled on 9 May 1865.
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Name: Joseph Marion ThompsonRank: Private Company: B
enlisted oct. 19 1861. wounded sept,19 1863 sent to hospital in macon ga.
Contact Name: daniel thompson
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Name: Franklin Lafayette WaldrupRank: Private Company: B
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Name: John Mitchell DavidsonRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: C
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Name: Henry Washington CagleRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: D
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Name: William J. CarlandRank: 1st Sergeant Company: D
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Name: James Fernando NormanRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: D
He died 21 June 1864 in a Confederate Hospital in Atlanta, GA. after being wounded during the 1864 Atlanta Campaign.
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Name: Simpson Snow NormanRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Jasper OwenbyRank: Private Company: D
Pvt Jasper OWENBY joined Co D, 39th NC Regiment along with three of his brothers on the same day in Asheville, NC. He died in hospital in Knoxville, TN on April 29, 1862 and is buried in an unmarked grave at the Bethel Cemetery in Knoxville. Pvt OWENBY (his last name is misspelled as ONENSLY in the cemetery records) is my great great uncle on my mother's side.
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Name: Henry Harrison CarltonRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted on 2/19/1862 at Greenville, TN as a Private.

On 2/19/1862 he mustered into 'E' Co. NC 39th Infantry
He was Surrendered on 5/4/1865 at Citronelle, AL


He was listed as:
* POW 12/31/1862 Murfreesboro, TN
* Confined 2/11/1863 Camp Douglas, Chicago, IL
* Paroled 3/1/1863 Camp Douglas, Chicago, IL (Estimated day)
* Transferred 4/4/1863 City Point, VA
* Exchanged 4/5/1863 (place not stated) (Estimated day)
* Returned 5/1/1863 (place not stated) (Estimated day)
* Wounded 9/19/1863 Chickamauga, GA
* Returned 11/1/1863 (place not stated) (Estimated day)


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Name: Silas DealRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted Dec 10,1861 a farmer from Alexander Co NC
Hospitalized Jan 12,1865 with Anassaea at West Point Miss
Surrendered on May 4,1865 at Citronella,Ala and paroled May 9,1865 at Meridan,Miss.Died Dec 25.1875. Brother also served with 13th NC Inf
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Name: David Marion KnightRank: Private Company: E
Son of John Joseph Knight & Frances ' Franky or Cellie ' Land of Caldwell/Wilkes County,NC.1838-1939.
David M. Knight : In later years was a well-loved Baptist minister.

Residence Wilkes County NC; 22 years old.

Enlisted on 2/19/1862 at Greenville as a Private.

On 2/19/1862 he mustered into 'E' Co. NC 39th Infantry
He was Surrendered on 5/4/1865 at Citronelle, AL


He was listed as:
* Furloughed 11/30/1862 (place not stated)
* AWOL 2/20/1863 (place not stated)
* Returned 3/20/1863 (place not stated)
* Sick 4/11/1863 (place not stated) (Estimated day)
* Hospitalized 3/3/1865 Jackson, MS
* Returned 3/13/1865 (place not stated)
* Hospitalized 4/11/1865 Meridian, MS
* Paroled 5/9/1865 Meridian, MS
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Name: William P. LaneRank: Private Company: E
Lane served about 23 months. He was wounded at the Battle Chickamauga which resulted in the amputation of part of his right arm. He was hospitalized in Macon Georgia and then discharged.
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Name: James Newton MaltbyRank: Private Company: E
Confederate Service in the Civil War : James N. Maltby Residence Wilkes County NC; 25 years old. Enlisted on 2/19/1862 at Greenville as a Private. On 2/19/1862 he mustered into 'E' Co. NC 39th Infantry He died of disease on 12/27/1862 at Hosp, Loudon, TN. Son of Thomas Maltby and Cynthia Land, older sister of my gr,gr, grandfather, David Land, Co.I 13th N.C.Inf.
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Name: Harrison G. MooneyRank: Private Company: E
Confederate Service in the Civil War : H G. Mooney Residence Wilkes County NC; 25 years old. Enlisted on 2/19/1862 at Greenville as a Private. On 2/19/1862 he mustered into 'E' Co. NC 39th Infantry He died on 4/8/1862 (Estimated day of death) Other Information: born in Wilkes County, NC Son of Harvin Mooney and Mildred ' Millie ' Land, older sister of my gr,gr,grandfather, David Land and cousin of James N. Maltby ( listed here.)
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Name: James Madison MostellerRank: Private Company: E
James Madison Mosteller, Company E, 39th North Carolina Infantry enlisted in Clay County, NC at age 30 on November 6, 1861. Mustered in as Musican (Drummer). Reported present during Feb-April 1862. Died in hospital at Loudon, Tennessee December 15, 1862 of disease where he is buried in a Confederate cemetery. Listed in 'North Carolina Troops 1861-1865' as Madison Mostiller on page 155.
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Name: Hiram Pierce StephensonRank: Private Company: E
I just found out that my gggreat uncle was killed in the Civil War. He was the son of John P Stephenson and Margaret Bradshaw Stephenson. They lived at Nantahala, Macon County, North Carolina. I don't know where he got killed at but he was in the 39 North Carolina Infantry, 39th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Co E. He is listed as a private. Frances B Cline
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Name: Andrew Jackson CodyRank: Lieutenant Company: F
If anyone has any info on Mr. Cody I would appreciate it.
I know that he was married to Sarah Keith who was his first wife, she died while married to him. If I have my history right, she was my grandmother's grandmother. My grandmother being Katie (Jones) Wilson. 9/13/01 - 10/04. the info I have on his unit and civil war record are from a questionaire that was given to civil war vet's sometime early in the 20th century. Any help would be appreciated.
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Rob Walker
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Name: Allen A. AmmonsRank: Chaplain Company: Field & Staff
On March 25, 1862, at the Age of 42yrs, The Reverand Allen A. Ammons enlisted as a Private in Company I of the 39th North Carolina Infantry. He was promoted to Full Chaplain on or about December 31, 1863 and transferred to the Field and Staff.
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Name: Richard Caswell SwainRank: Asst Surgeon Company: Field & Staff
My great-great grandmother's brother
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Name: William Riley PayneRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: G
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Name: William Lucious ScroggsRank: Corporal Company: G
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Name: Miles M. SneedRank: Private Company: G
Miles M. Sneed Company G, North Carolina 39th Infantry Regiment was killed in Chattanooga, Tennessee in a Railroad accident, January 24, 1863. 34 years old at the time of his death.
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Name: Abraham ElrodRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted March 4, 1862 by JH Hargis for 12 months at age 37. Discharged _____ 25, 1862 for disability.
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Name: Shadrach Jasper GuthrieRank: Private Company: H
He enlisted in the North Carolna, 39th Infantry Company H on 12, July 1862, in Cherokee County, North Carolina. He was mustered out on 19, September 1863. Mortally wounded at the battle of Chickamauga and is buried in Chattanooga, Tenn - Soldiers Cemetery.

Residence Cherokee County NC; 27 years old.Enlisted on 7/12/1862 at Cherokee County, NC as a Private.On 7/12/1862 he mustered into 'H' Co. NC 39th Infantry He was Killed on 9/19/1863 at Chickamauga, GAHe was listed as:* POW 10/25/1862 Near Richmond, VA* Confined 10/27/1862 Louisville, KY (Estimated day)* Transferred 11/18/1862 Cairo, IL* Received 12/8/1862 Near Vicksburg, MS* Exchanged 12/10/1862 (place not stated) (Estimated day)* AWOL 3/15/1863 (place not stated) (Estimated day)* Returned 5/30/1863 (place not stated) (Estimated day)

Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.: - North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster(c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. @ www.civilwardata.com



Correspondence between Shadrach & Elizabeth Guthrie during the War Between the States:

***Please note that some of the letter has been edited for punctuation and spelling, as the original document is lacking both and is very difficult to read due to this.***

Yazoo county near Yazoo City, Mississippi - June 12, 1863

Dear wife,

I avail myself of the opportunity once more, of writing you a few lines in answer to two very kind letters which I recieved from your kind hand yesterday evening, which I was glad and anxious to unfold. To persue those lines which came from your kind hand, I was glad to hear from you and to hear that you was all as well as common. Except mother. I was truly sorry to hear that mother was so poorly. It grieves my heart to think that I have to be called so far from home, where I can't get to see my father and mother, and be with them when they they (sic) are sick.

Where I have to be parted from my wife, children and sisters, I hope the Lord will raise my mother to health again and spare all of your lives and mine, so that we may see each other again and where we can live and enjoy peace & harmony once more on this earth, so that the day (star?) of peace, may rise and give (us) shining light and spread abroad through all the land. That we may see it bright, I hope the Lord will give (urs) peace and evermore declare that we shall live in peace again (obliterated).

What peaceful hours we have enjoyed, how sweet there memory still, but they have left an aching void the world can never fill. Yes, we can think of those peaceful hours, but cannot see them now. Though I hope the time is not far distant, when peace will come and break up this great row (war?).

I have not got me much news, (one line obliterated) at this time. It is said that the yankees are at Cedar Bluff a few miles below here and orders have come in for us to get ready to march, at a minutes warning. But I cannot say what it will terminate, though it may be to meet the yankees for all I know though. I hope not, but if we do have to meet the yankees in battle, I hope and trust the Lord will be a shield unto me and sheild me from all heart, harm or dangers. For it is in him that I put all my trust and dependence.

I want you all to pray for me and I will pray for myself and you tell father to remember me in his prayers. I want you to write how many you have recieved from me and whether you recieved the last one or not, with ten dollars in it. I will send you ten more in this letterand some at another time.

You stated to me to know whether I had heard anything of Samuel and Wily. I have not heard anything of them. They might have been taken prisoners. So no more at the present, only remain your husband until death.

- SJ Guthrie to Elisabeth Guthrie







Portion of a letter from Elisabeth to Shadrach

... friends that is now mourning your absence dear husband. I hope you will be spared and get back to Tenn and then there might be some chance of my getting to see you and hearing you speak one more time. If you was where I could send or take you something to eat, i would be truly glad, but you know we are so far from each other it is impossible to send you clothing or provision. I hope the time is not far distant when peace may be one more time be restored to this, our once happy and independent country. (And then you may... marked out).

I have not heard anything from Wiley, nor Samuel. If you hear anything from them, I woud like to hear it. (Their...marked out).

Capt Raught says there is no chance for him to detail a man that is in the war. There has been others as well, as you tried. Sarah Hill has been trying for her husband for a detail, but can't get arrey one. I hope you will get safe home, to live free once more. Now you have to do as other men say.

You wanted to know who I rented my ground to, I have written it in several letters, but I will write it again. I rented it to Miss Sarah Hill. It is the ground next to the old house, all on that side of the branch.

There is better looking corn this year than has been arrey year. The stock looks well, there has not been any increase anyway. Only the sow has seven nice pigs.

I have sent so many letters with paper in them, I will leave this vacancy for you to write on one time.





Letter from Elisabeth Bates to Shadrach Jasper Guthrie during the War Between the States

Dear husband,

I now take the opportunity of writting you a few lines in answer of yours of the 12th of June, which came to hand on the 6 (wk mst) and found all well. You cannot imagine one half of the pleasure it afforded me, while purusing its lovely pages. I was truly glad to hear from you and hear that you enjoyed your health. It had been six weeks since I had heard from you untile the (6).

I had written you so many letters and had no answers until I had almost despaired of ever hearing from you any more. But thank the Lord, he has been watching over you and will spare your life, for you to get safe home to your friends and relatives, that is now far from you. Though they are often imploring him who is able to deliver, to spare and deliver you out of this unholy war, and let you live a long and peaceful life, with your father and mother. And mother (---) sends their love and best wishes for your good health and safe return.

I will close my short note with the hopes of hearing from you soon. If we meet no more on earth, I hope we will meet in heaven.

Your loving wife until death.

This from Elisabeth Guthrie to SJ Guthrie.



Camp Near Meridian, Missippi - August 23, 1863

Dear wife,

I now take the opportunity once more to inform ever hoping that these lines may come safe to your hand, and find you enjoying the best of health and all the res of the connection and friends. I have nothing much to write about and a very few minutes to write it in.

I have no war news of any consequnce, though I undersand that there is a great many deserters in that country and that they are taking all of the guns and ammunition that they can get hold of. And also that they was taking all the leather that they could find. And I want you to write me as soon as you get these lines and let me know whether this is so or not and whether they have interrupted anything in that neighborhood or not. So I will not tell you about how many letters I have recieved from you, as ni as I can gruess at it, I have recieved about eleven or twelve.

Tell father I think of him a many a time and wish I could be there to hear him sing and pray. I will now tell you something about times here. I can say to you that times is hard here. I can eat all of therations that we get for one day, at one meal and then not have any to much. Dear wife, I want you to write me as often as you can. It gives me great satisfaction to hear from you and the children. As to what you wrote in your letter about the yankees killing and taking all of the men at Vicksburg prisoners, I reckon is falls for it is not more than fifty miles from here to Vicksburg and I hear nothing of that kind here. I can hear cannons very plane at Vicksburg.

I want you to write in your next letter, whether you have heard any more from Raught. Whether he has seen anything about getting me detailed to work for him or not. Tell your father and mother (them and all) that I would like to see them and all the rest of the connection. Tell your father to stay at home and not to go in as a substitute. For he is getting old and I don't think he would stand camp life. If I was out of it, there is no money would get me to go in as a substitute.

So, I must shortly bring my letter to a close. Write me soon. Write me all the good news you know and write to me how you are getting along with your crop and what sort of seasons you have. Write how the stock is doing and whether there has been any increase any way or not. I wrote to you to know who you rented your other land to, but you did not tell me who you rented it to, nor what land it was.

So I must close by saying these lines leave me tolerably well. Give my love and respects to all of the connection and friends, so I remain in your affection.

Affectionate husband until death.

SJ Guthrie to Elisabeth Guthrie

I forgot to tell you I haven't drawn any money yet, nor don't know when I will get any.


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Name: John Benjamin RatcliffRank: Private Company: H
Son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Rogers Ratcliff of Buncombe County, North Carolina. John was a school teacher and enlisted 13 February 1862 at age 32. He died 25 October 1863 at Lauderdale Springs Hospital and is buried at the Lauderdale Springs Cemetery in Lauderdale County, Mississippi.
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Name: Joseph Manson BeasleyRank: Private Company: I
Commended for Gallantry at The Battle of Chickamauga. Captured at Chattahooche, Georgia in July of 1864 and confined at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois. He was released in July of 1865 after taking the oath and walked barefoot back to Macon County, North Carolina.
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Name: James Leonidas CabeRank: Private Company: I
Son of James Cabe & Sarah Knight. I believe Sarah's youngest sister was my paternal gr,gr,grandmother,Rebecca Knight Land.
Residence Macon County NC.

Enlisted on 3/25/1862 at Macon County, NC as a Private.

On 3/25/1862 he mustered into 'I' Co. NC 39th Infantry
He was Surrendered on 5/4/1865 at Citronelle, AL


He was listed as:
* Furloughed 9/23/1863 Newnan, GA
* Paroled 5/11/1865 Meridian, MS


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died in 1928 in Denver, CO

(Died age 90)


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Name: John L. CabeRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Leander F. CabeRank: Private Company: I
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Name: William Watt DuvallRank: Private Company: I
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Name: William LeathermanRank: Private Company: I
William Leatherman, son of Solomon & Nancy Williams Leatherman. William was from Cowee Community, Franklin, NC. He was the brother of Zachariah and Issac M. Leatherman. William died May 3rd, 1863 at Atlanta Fairgrounds Hospital #1, Atlanta, GA & was buried May 4th, 1863, in the Oakland Cemetary, Atlanta, GA. William was an uncle to my grandfather, Issac Dock Leatherman, son of Zachariah Leatherman. William Leatherman's kin are all buried in the Shepard Memorial Cemetary, Franklin,NC.
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Name: John W. Scroggs Rank: Private Company: I
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Name: William A. ScroggsRank: Private Company: I
Wounded at Kenesaw Moutain Ga. Leg Amputated above the knee returned home at the age of 19.
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Name: Andrew Mitchell WarrenRank: Private Company: K
Brother-in-law to my GGGgrandfather Lawson Hall via his sister Rachel Hall. Joined Co A of 16th Inf 27 Apr 1861 as a 23 year old. Was wounded in hand and foot and captured at Second Manassas. Paroled in Oct 1862. Co A was transfered to Thomas's Legion, then to the 39th becoming Company K. Is listed as detached to nurse duty at Texas General Hospital, Quitman, MS in Jun 1863. No later record.
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