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1st North Carolina Infantry      
Company Unknown
james daughtry davis - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  madison
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Date Added:  3/4/2011
Company A
Bryon Kenion - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ray Hudnell
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Date Added:  1/22/2010
Company B
John F. Boyd - Private   
Subject: John. F. Boyd private in Co. B-, 1st North Carolina

On the 14th Inst., at the General Foster Hospital,John. F. Boyd, formerly of Washington. N. C , aged 25 years.

Mr. Boyd was a private in Co. B-, 1st North Carolina Regiment of Volunteers. He was wounded in the knee at the battle which took place on the 6th Sept. last between our forces and the rebels at that place. The wound,which finally resulted in his death, was examined by three eminient surgeons and was thought at the time to be so comparatively trifling that he would very soon recover from its effects. But they were never able to find the ball notwithstanding repeated and thorough examinations the presence of which kept up such continued irritation as to prevent the wound from healing,
until at length he yielded to the inevitable fiat of death. The long--and tedious suffering of this faithful soldier, was borne with Christian fortitude and commendable patience, and he died in the full hope of blessed immortality.
- A. T-'

Newbern Progress, December 20, 1862
Contact Name:  Skip Riddle
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Date Added:  12/29/2014
Company C
MALACHI C. CRADDOCK - Private   
LAST RANK:PVT.
ENLISTED:MARCH.15,1863.
WHERE ENLISTED:PLYMOUTH,NC
AGE OF ENLISTMENT:36
COUNTY BORN:TYRELL CO.,NC
MUSTERED OUT WITH REGIMENT ON JUNE 27,1865 AT NEW BERN,NC.
BROTHER OF WILLIAM T.CRADDOCK.
Contact Name:  KELLY LASSITER
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Date Added:  2/19/2008
Company C
WILLIAM T. CRADDOCK - Sergeant   
LAST RANK:SERGEANT
DATE ENLISTED:JULY 25,1862
WHERE ENLISTED:PLYMOUTH,NC
AGE OF ENLISTMENT:22
COUNTY BORN:TYRRELL CO.,NC
MUSTERED OUT WITH REGIMENT ON JUNE 27,1865 AT NEW BERN,NC.
Contact Name:  KELLY LASSITER
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Contact Homepage:  N/A
Date Added:  2/19/2008
Company E
John Harvey Jones - Private   
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Contact Name:  James Parker
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Date Added:  9/14/2006
Company E
john selph maultsby - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 02 September 1863 in Cumberland County, NC at the age of 37
Enlisted in Company E, 2nd Battn Regiment North Carolina on 02 September 1863
Sources:
North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster. (NCRosterC) Published in 1993
Contact Name:  leslie Knowles
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Contact Homepage:  hometownbluegrass.ca
Date Added:  5/4/2007
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