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49th North Carolina Infantry CSA

Name: John Thomas BradyRank: Private Company:
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Name: John Nathan CopelandRank: Private Company:
Was wounded at Drewry's Bluff and died of wound a month later.
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Name: Francis Marion FallsRank: Unknown Company:
Per my uncle, Robert Falls, of Etlan, VA, Francis Marion Falls was in a prisoner of war camp at Pt. Lookout, VA in 1865. Rank and company are unknown to us. FMFalls was born 9/2/1845 and married Sarah Catherine Goforth (born 3/23/44) November 12, 1867. He died November 27, 1887.
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Name: Daniel SetzerRank: Private Company:
Pvt. Daniel Setzer (1812-1907), my GGGrandfather, from Newton, Catawba County, NC. Enlisted with his eldest son in 49th NC Infantry. Served in all major battles of the Army of Northern Virginia. Went home on leave with son in July 1863 after Battle of Gettysburg and did not return until 6 weeks later. Placed in 'camp confinement' until Dec 1863 then returned to full duty. Served in 1864 battles around Richmond and Petersburg, then was wounded and captured in April 1865 with his regiment in retreat just before Lee surrendered at Appomattox.
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Name: William HoganRank: Private Company: A
I have some letters from Pvt. William Hogan from camp at Weldon NC. I am looking for more information about this unit 1862-1864.
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Name: James R. HurtRank: Private Company: A
James was wounded at Malvern Hill and died of typhoid fever in Charlottesville, Virginia, on November 23, 1862. James was from McDowell Co., NC. He is a ggg grandfather on my mother''s side.
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Name: Martin Shuford ToweryRank: Private Company: A
After being captured (where/when ?) was confined at Pt. Lookout, Maryland, released from same on June 5, 1865. Lived to a ripe old age in Golden Valley near Rutherfordton NC.
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Name: John M. Watkins (wadkins)Rank: Private Company: A

wounded at sharpsburg September 1862;
Died in TBD battle in 1864
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Name: Harrison BrinkleyRank: Private Company: B
Born in August, 1840. Married Louisa Hinkle.

There is an interesting family story that, before Harrison left for the war, he carved a book out of bone, and then engraved both his and Louisa Hinkle's initials in it. We call it the 'Little Bone Bible', because his initials were 'HB', like 'Holy Bible'. The Bible still survives.
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Name: Daniel BrooksRank: Unknown Company: B
Daniel Brooks(1837-1933) was a free African-American from Duncans Creek in Cleveland County, NC who felt pressured, along with his brother, Milford, to join the Confederate Army before they were conscripted. He enlisted near Shelby in 1861 along with white friends Daniel and Joseph Lattimore. Daniel was assigned to Company D of the 15th North Carolina Regiment with the Lattimore brothers. In January, 1863 Daniel's Company was transferred to the NC 49th, becoming the 2nd Company B. His duties included driving wagons, cooking and chopping trees for timber to build bridges bridges. He was at the fall of Fort Fisher on the Carolina coast and mustered out with illness afterwards. He died in High Point after serving in the Methodist ministry for many years.
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Name: James C. CarterRank: Private Company: B
Pvt. (2nd) Co B., 49th Regiment North Carolina Infantry
Enlisted May 14, 1861 at Shelby, N.C. by Capt. Corbett Paid Dec 31, 1863 by Capt. Durham.
Killed in Action at Drewrys Bluff, VA May 16, 1864


Residence was not listed; Enlisted as a Private (date unknown).On 1/9/1863 he transferred into 'B' Co. NC 49th Infantry He was Killed on 5/16/1864 at Drewry's Bluff, VAHe was listed as:* POW 4/20/1863 Sandy Ridge, NC* Confined 4/25/1863 New Berne, NC* Paroled 5/28/1863 City Point, VA* Ran Away 6/1/1863 (place not stated)* Returned 6/12/1863 (place not stated)

He also had service in:'D' Co. NC 15th Infantry Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.: - North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster(c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. @ www.civilwardata.com

Listed as Pvt. in Co. B, 49th Regiment of NC troops. Bible states that he 'left home' May 27, 1861 and was killed May 17, 1864. War record states that he enlisted 14 May 1861 but has no death date. Troops records say that 'On May 10, 1864 the Regiment marched to Petersburg and became part of Beauregard's Corps. On the 16th of May Beauregard crept up on Ben Butler near Drury's Bluff and Butler was forced to retreat with his Federal forces. The 49th lost heavily.' From civil war books - 'Erected south of Richmond on Drewry's Bluff of the James River, Fort Darling survived Union attempts to destroy it and kept Union warships away from Richmond until the city fell in 1865.' 'After a two week campaign, Union General Benjamin F. Butler's army was hit by a major attack from General P.G.T. Beauregard's Confederates at Drewry's Bluff on May 16, 1864, forcing Butler to withdraw and ending his offensive against Petersburg, Virginia.'
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Name: Joseph DawsonRank: Private Company: B
B Co. 49th Inf Regt. NC
(1st) Co. D, 15th Regt. N.C. Infantry
Wounded & Shipped out Dec 13, Died Dec 20, 1862 to: Liberty, VA (which is now Bedford,VA)

He died from a 'fever'
Do not know if the fever was from wounds at: Fredersburg or if he may have had pneomonia...but most likely from wounds he received at the Battel on Dec 13.

He is not listed as far as I know on the Marker that was erected for the Civil War/soliders that were moved around the turn of the century

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Name: Britton EverhartRank: Private Company: B
Britton Everhart was my 3rd Great Granduncle. He was conscripted in the Civil War at the age of 32, on 15 July 1862, in Wake County, North Carolina. He 1st served as a Private in 1st Company D, 15th Regiment, North Carolina Troops (5th Regiment North Carolina Volunteers).
He transferred to the 49th North Carolina Regiment, Company B, North Carolina Troops on 9 January 1863.
Britton was captured at Sandy Ridge (Lenoir County) on 20 April 1863. He was sent to New Bern, paroled and transferred to City Point, Virginia, where he was received for exchange on 28 May 1863. He “ran away” but was caught and returned to camp on 12 June 1863.
Britton was reported present in July – December1863, and May – August, 1864. He was captured at or near Five Forks, Virginia, on or about April of 1865.
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Name: Daniel D. LattimoreRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: B
Lattimore, Daniel D., 2nd Lieutenant
2nd Company B, 49th North Carolina Infantry

Previously served as 2nd Lieutenant of 1st Company D, 15th Regiment NC Troops (5th Regiment NC Volunteers). Transferred to this company on January 9, 1863. Reported present in January-December 1863. Wounded at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia, May 16, 1864. Returned to duty prior to July 1, 1864. Killed “by a minie ball” at or near Petersburg, Virginia, on or about August 24, 1864.

Born: September 26, 1835
Died: August 24, 1864 in Petersburg, VA
Buried: unknown
Married: unknown
Children: unknown
Occupation: unknown
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Name: John L. LattimoreRank: Sergeant Company: B
Lattimore, John L., Sergeant,
2nd Company B, 49th North Carolina Infantry

Previously served as a corporal in 1st Company D, 15th Regiment NC Troops, (5th Regiment NC Volunteers). Transferred to this company on January 9, 1863. Mustered in as Corporal. Reported present January-December 1863. Wounded in the left hand at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia, May 16, 1864. Returned to duty in July-August 1864. Promoted to Sergeant on July 18, 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865.

Born: September 30, 1836
Died: June 3, 1905
Buried: Lattimore Cemetery, Lattimore, NC
Married: Nancy Armity Gold
Children: 6
Occupation: unknown
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Name: William Pinkney PriceRank: Sergeant Company: B
Price, William Pinkney, Sergeant
2nd Company B, 49th North Carolina Infantry

Previously served as Private in 1st Company D, 15th Regiment NC Troops (5th Regiment NC Volunteers). Transferred to this company on January 9, 1863, while absent without leave. Reported for duty on August 16, 1863, and brought a certificate proving that 'he had not been able to return until he did.' Mustered in as a Private. Reported present in September - December 1863, and May - August 1864. Promoted to Sergeant on July 1, 1864. Captured at Five Forks, Virginia, April 1, 1865. Confined at Pt. Lookout, Maryland, April 5, 1865. Release at Pt. Lookout on June 17, 1865, after taking the Oath of Allegiance.

Born: November 17, 1837
Died: August 10, 1912
Buried: Mt. Moriah Methodist, Cleveland Co., NC
Married: Margaret Elizabeth Towery
Children: 11
Occupation: unknown
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Name: John William RileyRank: Private Company: B
Captured at Falling Waters, transfered to Point Lookout. Enlisted in 1st US Volunteers and sent out west for Indian war duty.
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Name: James Pinckney SpeckRank: Private Company: B
JP Speck was my great grandfather. He served with the 49th NC from January 1863 to the end of the war. Prior to January 1863 he served with the 15th NC.
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Name: Samuel Spencer BensonRank: Unknown Company: C
Samuel Spencer Benson was my great-grandfather. He enlisted on 03/18/1862 and was wounded on 03/20/1864 at Bermuda Hundred near Norfolk, Virginia.
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Name: Milas HarkeyRank: Private Company: C
He enlisted 24 Mar 1862 in Rowan County, NC as a Private at age 21. He was wounded 1 Dec 1864. Taken POW at 25 Mar 1865 at Fort Stedman, VA. He was inprisoned at Point Lookout POW Camp and survived.
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Name: Isaac LyerlyRank: Corporal Company: C
Isaac Lyerly survived the war, only to be murdered, along with his wife and some of his kids. The famous 'Friday the 13th of July 1906 axe murders', Rowan Co. N.C.
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Name: William O. StyersRank: Private Company: C
I have some muster records and a photo of William. I am his great-grandson.
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Name: Benjamin Turner ThompsonRank: Unknown Company: C
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Name: John N. ThompsonRank: Private Company: C
John was killed at Malvern Hill July 1, 1862.
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Name: Thomas L. ThompsonRank: Unknown Company: C
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Name: William A. ThompsonRank: Unknown Company: C
Died of disease. Buried at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia.
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Name: Eli C. BeanRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Gardner BennettRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Duncan ColeRank: Private Company: D
Duncan was 21 years, He enlisted at Carthage , Moore County NC in Capt William M Black's Company 49th Regt. on 13 March 1862. His unit was mustered into CSA service at Camp Mangum on 13 May 1862. He has 16 cards in his archival file. His Regimental records record the many fights and hardships he endured. He was wounded by gunfire at [ location unknown ] in the fighting around Richmond Va. He is a patient at Wayside Hosp. #9 at Richmond Va. CMR May thru August finds him at home of medical furlough recovering from his wounds. He is the husband of my 1st cousin 3 times removed Margaret Ann McKay the D/O Sarah Thomas 1816 - 1883.
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Name: Alexander (Sandy) JohnsonRank: Private Company: D
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Name: John C. ThomasRank: Private Company: D
John C. Thomas was a brother to Wiley F. and my ggguncle. He died of disease at Winder Hospital in Richmond , VA. on 4 August 1864. He like his brother was assigned to the defense of Richmond in the trenches. He is buried at Hollwood Cemetery near his brother in section V-481. I have placed a proper CSA stone for him.
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Name: Wiley F. ThomasRank: Private Company: D
Wiley F Thomas was my gggrandfather. He died of disease at Winder Hospital in Richmond VA. on 12 August 1864. He was assigned to the defense of that city in the trenches. He is buried in Richmond at Hollywood Cemetery in the soldiers section V-701. I have placed a proper stone for him. He has two other brothers buried there. John C. also of Co. D and Robert who was killed at Gettysburg on 3 July 1864 in Picketts charge. He has a memory stone in the Gettysburg memory section. The three stones are in line of sight of each other.
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Name: Alexander Davis MooreRank: Captain Company: E
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Name: Hugh M. MorrowRank: Private Company: E
My g-g-g-grandpa. Enlisted in the 49th from Mecklenburg Co. (near Charlotte), NC. Was 5’6” tall. Was in Episcopal Church Hospital, Williamsburg, Va. with ''Ty fever'' sometime while with the 49th. Sick at Petersburg, Va., then sick at home – July-Aug, 1863. Was in Camp Winder (hospital), Richmond, Va. -1864. Moved to Illinois after the war. Killed in a train wreck in 1891 while traveling back to NC, near Statesville. Buried in Bethlthem Methodist Church Cemetary, Iredell Co., NC. My Mom remembers hearing her grandmother talking about hearing her aunts, who were at Hugh''s funeral, tell about trying to hug him in the casket and his head falling back because ''it was broke in the wreck''. His tombstone says: HUGH M MORROW, CO. E, 49 N.C. INF., C.S.A.
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Name: Warren H. BrownRank: Private Company: F
Warren was my great grandfather's half brother. Warren died on December 19, 1864 according to family records. The Mecklenburg county Confederate soldier Roster compiled in the 1890's does not list him as killed or dead, however. Warren's brother John Calvin Brown was a corporal in the NC 5th Cavalry, and survived the war. I don't know where Warren is buried. I assume he is among the thousands of unknown confederate dead buried in Petersburg VA.
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Name: Robert H. GrierRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: F
Robert Grier, a student from Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, enlisted as a 3rd Lieutenant at the age of 20. He was commission in Company F, 49th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 21 Apr 1862.

Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant on 1 Jul 1862. Died from wounds while serving with Company F, 49th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 17 Jul 1862 at Richmond, Virginia. Burial unknown.
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Name: Isaac West GoforthRank: Private Company: G
Born 1834 died Sept 17 1862
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Name: R. J. MitchemRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Joseph P. RunyanRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Robert Green FlowersRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Larkin H. HamiltonRank: Private Company: H
A week after the death of his youngest brother (J. Theodore Hamilton, 28th NC, Co. B) by typhoid fever, Larkin, then 33 and 5'10' tall, enlisted on 22 Mar 1862, and also died typhoid fever on 7 Aug 1862.
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Name: George Pinckney StoweRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted in Company H, 49th North Carolina Infantry, March 22, 1862, Gaston County. Died of unknown disease at Goldsboro, North Carolina on May 31, 1862. His body was retrieved by his mother, Mary Buchannan Stowe and taken to family cemetery at New Hope Presbyterian Church, Gastonia, North Carolina.
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Name: Bisha BrothersRank: Unknown Company: I
Bisha Brothers - Enlisted as a Private on 22 March 1862 in Union County, NC at the age of 45. Enlisted in Company I, 48th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 16 April 1862. Wounded on 13 December 1862 at Fredericksburg, VA. Hospitalized on 15 December 1862 at Richmond, VA. Died of disease on 25 December 1862 in Richmond, VA .
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Name: Andrew Burton PowellRank: Private Company: I
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: North Carolina
Regiment Name: 49th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry
Company: I
Rank: Private
Alternate Name: A. B./Powell
Residence: Catawba County, North Carolina
Enlistment Date: 13 Feb 1864
Rank at enlistment: Private
Enlistment Place: Catawba County, NC
State Served: North Carolina
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Name: Jeptha SherrillRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: I
Jeptha Sherrill is my G-G-Grandfather. He was present at Malvern Hill and died shortly afterwards (typhus) on the road back to Petersburg after the Seven Days Battles.
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Name: James W. SigmanRank: 4th Sergeant Company: I
Looking for info on activities of JW Sigman of 'I' company from NC 49th. He was my great grandfather and I have a diary of his from 1864-1865 until his capture at Petersburg and subsequent release in June 1865.

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Name: Robert Winter DixonRank: Private Company: K
Born in Cleveland County, NC and resided in Gaston County, NC where he was by occupation a farmer prior to enlisting in Lincoln County, NC at age 26, March 15, 1862. Wounded at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862. Died on July 7, 1862 of wounds. Place of death not reported.
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Name: Franklin A. HouserRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted February 11, 1863 in Co.K, 49th Regt., NC Volunteer Infantry. Reported Present March-December of 1863, and May August of 1864, Wounded in Scalp at or near Ft. Stedman,VA.in March of 1865,during the Richmond - Petersburg Campaign (June 1864-March 1865).
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Name: William R. SheppardRank: Private Company: K
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