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Columbus Burrell Melton
- Private
According to Ancestry.com Columbus Burrell Melton enlisted 1862 at age 25 and joined Thirty-seventh Infantry, Le-N.
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Date Added: 8/8/2018

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Harrison Smith
Rank Unknown
Company K 37th
DEATH: Died of complications brought on by exposure to severe weatherconditions

MILITARY: SMITH, HARRISON, 18, 1860 AsCC HH#1088. Co. K, 37th NCInf.Res. of Ashe Co., Enl. in Iredell Co. on 8/15/62, age 23. Died on11/15/62 of disease.
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Date Added: 11/27/2021

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Thomas Lafayett Washam
- Private
Side: Confederacy Location: North Carolina Battle Unit: 37th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry Function: Infantry Alternate Name: Thomas L./Warsham

AKA:
T. Lafayette Worsham/Warsham
Thomas L. Worsham/Warsham
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Date Added: 1/16/2024

Company A
Isaac Ham
Rank Unknown
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Date Added: 7/27/2013

Company A
William M Ham
- Private
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Date Added: 1/8/2014

Company A
Solomon Houck
- Private
Born in 1823 in Ashe County, NC.

Enlisted 27 August 1861 in Ashe County, NC.

Wounded in action in side at Fredericksburg, VA 13 December 1862.

Wounded in action in left arm at Spotsylvania Court House 12 May 1864.

Reported AWOL through last muster 28 February 1865.

Died 1880. Buried at Bristol Cemetery in Ashe County, NC
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Date Added: 11/21/2009

Company A
Wilson Jones
- Private
Wilson Jones was born in 1836 in Ashe County, NC. Son of Reeson Owens Jones & Polly Testerman. Enlisted in Co. A, 37th NC Infantry aka 'Ashe Beauregard Riflemen' on 15 August 1862 at the age of 26.

Died in hospital at Gordonsville, Orange County, VA on 13 Jun 1863 of typhoid fever. My 4th great uncle thru his sister Marilda Jones Baldwin of Ashe County.
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Date Added: 4/29/2008

Company A
Silas May
- Private
Silas was my Great-Great Grandfather's brother. He was shot at Prospect Hill on the first day's fighting at Fredricksburg and reported dead on 12/20/62. According to family records 'Uncle Silas' joined when he was just 15 years old and turned 16 at the battle of New Bern. He is listed as a Private in Company 'A' in a book I found on the 37th North Carolina.
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Date Added: 11/2/2009

Company A
John Osborne
- Private
He was from Ashe County, North Carolina 15 Aug 1862, Co A, 37th North Carolina Infantry Regiment State Troops. (Cousin)
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Date Added: 12/7/2015

Company A
Enoch Osborne Jr
- Private
Son of Pvt. Enoch Osborne Sr from Ashe County, North Carolina 15 Aug 1862, Co A, 37th North Carolina Infantry Regiment State Troops. (Cousin)
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Date Added: 12/7/2015

Company A
Enoch Osborne Sr
- Private
He was from Ashe County, North Carolina he enlisted 15 Aug 1862, Co A 37th North Carolina Infantry Regiment State Troops. (Uncle)
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Date Added: 12/7/2015

Company A
Andrew J. Stuart
- 1st Corporal
Andrew was a brother to 1st Lt. William A. Stuart of Co.A. He enlisted on 8/27/1861 in Ashe County. He was wounded in both legs on 3/14/1862 at New Bern. He received a medical discharge due to his wounds on 12/6/62. He later served the 97th NC Militia.
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Date Added: 1/9/2010

Company A
William A. Stuart
- 1st Lieutenant
1st Lieutenant William A. Stuart is a direct line cousin of my family. He enlisted on 27 August 1861 at Jefferson, North Carolina. He was born in Ashe County. He was wounded
at New Berne and also in one arm and both legs in the 'slaughterpen' fighting at Fredericksburg. He was captured at Hanover Court House Virginia and sent to Ft. Columbus, New York Harbor. His wounds and severely weakened physical condition forced him to resign in 1863. He died in 1910.
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Date Added: 1/7/2010

Company A
Willis Loundes Whitaker
- Captain
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Date Added: 6/16/2013

Company B
Jackson Van Buren Benfield
- Private
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Date Added: 7/13/2013

Company B
Calvin Carlton
- 2nd Lieutenant
His paternal grandmother, Catherine Livingston Carlton was sister to my gr,gr,gr,grandmother, Edith Livingston Land.
Calvin Carlton

Residence Watauga County NC; a 34 year-old Farmer.

Enlisted on 9/14/1861 at Watauga County, NC as a Sergeant.

On 11/20/1861 he mustered into 'B' Co. NC 37th Infantry
He Resigned on 11/22/1862


He was listed as:
* Wounded 6/27/1862 Gaines' Mill, VA


Promotions:
* 2nd Lieut 4/16/1862


Other Information:
born in Wilkes County, NC


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Date Added: 11/11/2006

Company B
Cornelius M. Carlton
- Musician
His paternal grandmother, Catherine Livingston Carlton was sister to my gr,gr,gr,grandmother, Edith Livingston Land.
Cornelius M. Carlton:

Residence was not listed;
Enlisted as a Musician 8 / 26 / 1862



On 2/28/1863 he transferred into 'B' Co. NC 37th Infantry
He died of wounds on 7/6/1863


He was listed as:
* Wounded 7/3/1863 Gettysburg, PA


Promotions:
* Priv 2/28/1863


He also had service in:
'I' Co. NC 58th Infantry


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Date Added: 11/11/2006

Company B
John R. Carlton
- Major
His paternal grandmother, Catherine Livingston Carlton was sister to my gr,gr,gr,grandmother, Edith Livingston Land.
John R. Carlton

Residence Watauga County NC; 25 years old.

Enlisted on 9/14/1861 at Watauga County, NC as a Private.

On 11/20/1861 he mustered into 'B' Co. NC 37th Infantry



Promotions:
* Drum Major 2/15/1862 (Estimated day of Promo)


Intra Regimental Company Transfers:
* 2/15/1862 from company B to Field & Staff (Estimated day of transfer)


Other Information:
born in Watauga County, NC


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Date Added: 11/11/2006

Company B
Lindsay Harrison Carlton
- Private
Decsended thru the Carlton & Livingston line related several times to my Land family :Son of Wyatt Carlton & Nancy Livingston., b. 01 Jun 1838, Wilkes County, NC; d. 13 May 1910, Juliaetta, Idaho; , September 14, 1861. Mustered in as Private. Promoted to Musician (Drummer) prior to March 1, 1862. Captured at Hanover Court House, Virginia May 27, 1862. Confined at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor. Paroled and transferred to Aiken's Landing, James River, Virginia where he was received on July 12, 1862, for exchange. Declared exchanged at Aiken's Landing on August 5, 1862. Returned to duty prior to November 1, 1862. Wounded at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 1-3, 1863. Returned to duty on December 11, 1863. Promoted to Sergeant in January-February, 1864. Captured near Petersburg, Virginia, April 2, 1865. Confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, until released on June 24, 1865, after taking the Oath of Allegiance. In 1903, he moved his family to Juliaetta, Idaho
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Date Added: 4/25/2009

Company B
Thomas R. Carlton Jr.
- 1st Sergeant
His paternal grandmother, Catherine Livingston Carlton was sister to my gr,gr,gr,grandmother, Edith Livingston Land.
Thomas R. Carlton

Residence Watauga County NC; a 20 year-old Farmer.

Enlisted on 9/14/1861 at Watauga County, NC as a 1st Sergeant.

On 11/20/1861 he mustered into 'B' Co. NC 37th Infantry
He died of disease as POW on 7/14/1862 at Washington, DC
(Typhoid fever)


He was listed as:
* Transferred Washington, DC (date not stated)
* Confined 6/30/1862 Fort Columbus, NY (Estimated day)
* POW 6/30/1862 Frayser's Farm, VA


Promotions:
* Priv 3/15/1862 (Reduced to ranks)


Other Information:
born in Watauga County, NC


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Date Added: 11/11/2006

Company B
Calvin Calhoun Davis
- Private
This is the information I found on my GG Grandfather

DAVIS, Calvin C. Co B, 37th NC Infantry Enlisted 8-15-62 at Iredell Co, NC. Private, age 23. POW & wounded 5-3-63 at Chancellorsville, VA. Exchanged. POW 5-24-64 at Hanover Junction, VA. Imprisoned at Point Lookout Prison, MD. Transferred 7-8-64 to Elmira Prison, NY. Exchanged.

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Date Added: 9/15/2015

Company B
joseph warren greene
- Private
joseph w. greene was my great great grandfather. he survive the war.
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Date Added: 5/29/2011

Company B
Newton Greer
- Private
Enlisted 14 Sep 1861 in Watauga Co.; wounded at Cedar Run 9 Aug 1862 and taken prisoner.
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Date Added: 2/17/2013

Company B
Vincent Greer
- Private
Enlisted 15 Mar 1862 at Watauga Co.; killed 27 Jun 1862 at Gains Mill.
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Date Added: 2/17/2013

Company B
William Madison Greer
- Private
No comments
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Date Added: 2/17/2013

Company B
David Hudler
- Private
WIA: Chancellorville; 3May 1862.
POW: Wilderness-Spotsylvania; 6 May 1864
Imprisoned: Point Lookout, Maryland; Transferred to Elmira, NY
Held until release.
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Date Added: 2/24/2011

Company B
John W Hudler
- Private
Name: John Hudler/
Residence: Ashe County, North Carolina/
Age at enlistment: 29/
Enlistment Date: 15 Aug 1862/
Rank at enlistment: Priv/
Enlistment Place: Iredell County, NC/
State Served: North Carolina/
Survived the War?: Yes/
Service Record: Enlisted in Company B, North Carolina 37th Infantry Regiment on 15 Aug 1862./
Birth Date: abt 1833/
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Date Added: 2/24/2011

Company B
Robert Hudler
- Private
Enlisted 15 Aug 1862./
Died at home 19 Mar 1863
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Date Added: 2/24/2011

Company B
William Hudler
- Private
Enlisted on 15 Aug 1862 in Iredell County, NC
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Date Added: 2/24/2011

Company B
William Taylor Land
- Private
Enlisted as a Private at Petersburg, Virginia on 10/27/1864 & mustered into Co. B the same day. Promoted to Corpl on 2/1/1865. '' Deserted to the enemy ''( probably Captured ) on or abt 3/8/1865. Confined at Washington,D.C. on 3/10/1865 where he later took the Oath of Allegiance and returned to North Carolina. 2nd cousin of my g,g, grandfather, David Land
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Date Added: 2/27/2005

Company B
Calvin C Miller
- Musician

Calvin Miller, a farmer from Watauga County, NC, volunteered as a private at the age of 24 on September 14, 1861 and was promoted to a field musician (fifer) on March 1, 1862. Miller was captured at Hanover Courthouse on May 27, 1862 and exchanged on August 5. He was captured again at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863 and exchanged ten days later. Miller was reduced to private after December 31, 1864, probably because his company needed all able-bodied men to carry a musket. He deserted to the enemy on February 26, 1865 and was released after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
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Date Added: 8/29/2014

Company B
George Washington Miller
- Private
Son of Alfred Squire Miller and Jane Copeland Miller of Wilkes, (later Watauga) County, North Carolina. Residence Watauga County NC; an 18-year-old Farmer. Enlisted on 9/14/1861 at Watauga County, NC as a Private. On 11/20/1861 he mustered into 'B' Co. NC 37th Infantry. AWOL 9/15/1863. Returned 11/15/1863. POW 5/6/1864 Wilderness, VA. Confined 5/7/1864 Point Lookout, MD. Transferred 8/8/1864 Elmira, NY. where he took the Oath of Allegiance 6/19/1865. Born in Watauga County, NC. Died in Custer County, Oklahoma, 28 Mar 1906.
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Date Added: 9/25/2018

Company B
Jesse Mark Miller
- Private
Son of Alfred Squire Miller and Jane Copeland Miller of Wilkes, (later Watauga) County, North Carolina. Residence Watauga County NC; an 18-year-old Farmer. Born about 1840. Enlisted on 9/14/1861 at Watauga County, NC as a Private. On 11/20/1861 he mustered into 'B' Co. NC 37th Infantry. Wounded 9/20/1862 Shepherdstown, WV. Returned 10/15/1862. Wounded 12/13/1862 Fredericksburg, VA. Returned 2/15/1863. AWOL 9/14/1864. Returned 2/28/1865. Born in Watauga County, NC. Came to Texas after the Civil War, and settled in Burns City, TX. Died there 27 Jan 1892, when a wagon overturned on him.
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Date Added: 9/25/2018

Company B
Wellborn Stitt
- Private
Died of disease on 17 Jan 1863.
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Date Added: 2/24/2011

Company B
George Washington Triplett
- Private
George was married to Mary Louise Land, granddaughter of my gr,gr,gr, Uncle, William Thomas, Land of Wilkes County, North Carolina.

Confederate Service in the Civil War: George W. Triplett Residence Wilkes County NC; a 26 year-old Farmer. Enlisted on 9/14/1861 at Watauga County, NC as a Private. On 11/20/1861 he mustered into 'B' Co. NC 37th Infantry He was discharged for wounds on 2/17/1863 He was listed as: * Wounded 9/1/1862 Ox Hill, VA Other Information: born in Wilkes County, NC died in Deschutes County, OR Buried: Pilot Butte Cemetery, Bend, Deschutes County, OR After the War he lived in Deschutes County, OR.

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Date Added: 7/30/2006

Company B
James Wellington Triplett
- Private
James was a brother to George W. His wife, Martha Jane Land was a granddaughter of my gr gr gr Uncle, William Thomas Land of Wilkes County, Nprth Carolina and sister to George W's wife, Mary Louise Land.

Confederate Service in the Civil War: James Wellington Triplett Residence Watauga County NC; a 23 year-old Farmer. Enlisted on 9/14/1861 at Watauga County, NC as a Private. On 11/20/1861 he mustered into 'B' Co. NC 37th Infantry He died of disease on 12/9/1861 Other Information: born in Wilkes County, NC.

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Date Added: 7/30/2006

Company B
Lorenzo Dow Triplett
- Private
Lorenzo D. Triplett Residence Watauga County NC; 22 years old. Enlisted on 3/15/1862 at Watauga County, NC as a Private. On 3/15/1862 he mustered into 'B' Co. NC 37th Infantry (date and method of discharge not given) (Absent on detail hospl duty through 12/31/63) He was listed as: * AWOL 8/17/1862 (place not stated) * Returned 10/15/1862 (place not stated) (Estimated day) * AWOL 9/15/1863 (place not stated) (Estimated day) * Sick 11/15/1863 (place not stated) (Estimated day) * Returned 1/15/1864 (place not stated) (Estimated day) * POW 4/5/1865 Amelia Court House, VA * Wounded 4/5/1865 Amelia Court House, VA * Confined 4/6/1865 Point Lookout, MD (Estimated day) * Oath of Allegiance 6/21/1865 Point Lookout, MD
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Date Added: 7/4/2014

Company B
David Turnmire
- Private
No comments
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Date Added: 7/3/2013

Company B
Larkin Turnmire
- Private
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Date Added: 7/3/2013

Company C
John Calvin Black
- Private
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Contact Name: Era Horton
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Date Added: 9/25/2004

Company C
William W Caldwell
- Private
Served from 1862 until hewas captured at Spotsylvania Court House in 1864. Buried at Loudon park, Baltimre, MD
Contact Name: Richard Caldwell
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Date Added: 6/14/2005

Company C
Daniel Neal McAulay
- Private
KIA
Contact Name: J W Howie
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Date Added: 2/1/2015

Company C
Columbus Washington McCoy
- Private
Enlisted on 15 Aug 1862. Mustered out on 20 Mar 1864.
Contact Name: J W Howie
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Date Added: 1/25/2015

Company C
Rufus Augustus Monteith
- Private
Entered into service, May 20, 1862.
Killed at the battle of Fair Oaks (7 days war)
Contact Name: J W Howie
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Date Added: 1/25/2015

Company C
Joesph Young Weddington
- Private
No comments
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Date Added: 1/21/2009

Company D
George Wilson Baucom
- 1st Sergeant
George was born 27 July 1837 in Union County NC. He married Sarah Ann Thomas in 1867 in Anson Co. NC. He has 30 cards in his archival file. Enlisted as 4th Corporal 16 Sept 1861 and mustered at Fort Fisher 20 Nov 1861. He was captured at Hanover Court House on 28 May 1862 and sent to Fort Monroe and on to Fort Columbus in New York Harbor. 5 Aug 1862 he is exchanged at Aikin's Landing, Va. On 1 Oct 1862 he is promoted to full 1st Sergeant. 3 May 1863 he is wounded at the battle of Chancellorsville. He rejoins his unit and fights until the surrender on 9 April 1865. He was assigned to General Branch's & Lanes Brigades. His first fight was at New Bern, NC. Sent to Va. Hanover Court House, Cold Harbor, Cedar Mountain, 2nd Manassas, Fredricksburg, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Seven Days Battle. He died 16 June 1921 at Burnsville Twp, Anson Co. NC. buried at Jerusalem Primitive Baptist Church at that location. He was the husband of my 3rd cousin 4 x removed. May God rest his soul.
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Date Added: 1/28/2020

Company D
James Ransom Baucom
- Private
James was born 22 Mar 1848 in Union County NC. He was 12 years old in 1860. His family had contributed all of the men of his family. He was the last to join the fight. He has four cards in his archival file.. He was enlisted at probably Statesville, North Carolina by Capt McLain for 3 years. He joined and was mustered in the trench warfare at Petersburg, Va. The war had depleted southern manpower and was now taking the teenagers. He survived the war and died 11 Mar 1928 in Kannapolis, Cabarrus Co. NC.. May the Lord grant him a place to rest in peace.
Deo Vindice
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Date Added: 4/1/2020

Company D
Archibald Benjamin Caudle
- Private
Pvt. Archibald Benjamin Caudle Co D, 37th NC, of Anson County, NC b. 24 Jul 1847 d. 19 Nov 1908, Anson County, NC.
Enlisted 8 May 1864. Hospitalized 4 Apr 1865 on Steamer Hero of Jersey. Transferred 5 Apr 1865 and returned to duty. Surrendered and paroled 9 Apr 1865 at Appomattox, Va.
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Date Added: 11/7/2009

Company D
Thomas Lee Cuthbertson
- Corporal
My GGG Grandfather enlisted in Union County, Sept. 16/61, 21 y/o Farmer, Transfered into Co. I 53rd NCST. Jan. 19/64.
Contact Name: Anthony Pollygus
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Date Added: 7/14/2006

Company D
Kenneth Mert Dees
- Corporal
My GGG Grand Uncle. Enlisted Sept. 1861- served through to the end of the war. Fought at Hanover Courthouse, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, Petersburg. Paroled in May 1865. Would love to discuss him with anyone interested and his 5 other brothers who served.
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Date Added: 12/11/2012

Company D
Wilson P. Gaddy
- Private
M230 roll 14

(4th Cousin 3 times removed)
Contact Name: Donald Steven Smith
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Date Added: 2/2/2007

Company D
Adam Clark Helms
- Private
Adam was born 25 Aug 1845 in Union Co. NC. he was 22 when he enlisted in Co D. 37th Regiment NC Infantry. He has 12 card in his archival file. Other than a sickness and present in unit little else is gleaned from this source. His Regimental history gives him present at the following battles. Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court House, North Anna River, Petersburg Siege, Forts Steadman and Gregg. He was the 2nd husband of Gatsey Fowler who was my 4th cousin 3 x removed. He is buried in Lucy Helms Cem. Union Co. NC. Note the officers of this Regiment were taken to Charleston SC and used as human shields... a part of the war crime committed by the north known as the "Immortal 600"
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Date Added: 2/5/2020

Company D
Nathanial L Helms
- Private
Nathanial was 30 years old when he enlisted at Statesville NC on 8 August 1862. Enrolled by Capt. McRae for 3 years. He died in the hospital at Richmond several months later of Typhoid Fever on 29 Dec. 1862
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Date Added: 9/13/2014

Company D
Christopher Mauney
- Private
Christopher Mauney: born in Cleveland County, NC, he was a 39-year-old and residing in Cleveland when he enlisted in that town and was mustered into service on the same day, March 17, 1863 as a Private in Co. D, 37th North Carolina Infantry. He was wounded at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863 and returned to duty on or about Sept. 15, 1863. He died at Richmond, VA on July 26, 1864.
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Date Added: 1/3/2009

Company D
Edmond T Newsom
- Private
Enlisted as a Private on 16 September 1861 at the age of 20.
Died of disease on 5 September 1862 at Lynchburg, VA.
Contact Name: Eric Stone
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Date Added: 5/9/2010

Company E
Abner C. Dotson
- Corporal
Died of wounds sustained during action on May 3rd, 1863 at the Battle of Chancellorsville.
Contact Name: Don Weger
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Date Added: 7/30/2008

Company E
David Crocket Dugger
- Private
David survied the war and died in 1920 in watauga co. north carolina.david was in many battles seven day battles ,sharpsburg,gettysburg,cold harbour,petersburg and more .i have alot of info the 37th if i can help you let me know .TIM
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Date Added: 5/10/2006

Company E
Johile Smith Eggers
- 1st Lieutenant
Johile (pronounced Joel) Smith Eggers was born 20 Oct 1834 in Watauga County, North Carolina. He was the son of Hugh Eggers and Sarah Smith. He married Louisa Anna Younce in 1854 in Watauga County. Johile enlisted as a Sergeant on 18 September 1861 at the age of 26. Promoted to Full 3rd Lieutenant on 16 Apr 1862. Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant on 13 Jan 1863. Resigned due to disability from Company E, 37th Infantry Regiment North Carolina, aka 'Watauga Minute Men' on 10 Feb 1865. Married Elizabeth Bryan prior to 1880.


Johile Smith Eggers died on 15 April 1898, and is buried in the Bryan Family Cemetery in Watauga County, North Carolina. He was my 3rd great grandfather through his youngest daughter Bessie Eggers.

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Date Added: 7/1/2008

Company E
John Sherman Farthing
- Private
No comments
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Date Added: 6/24/2019

Company E
William Young Farthing
- Captain
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Contact Name: Robert Farthing
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Date Added: 6/24/2019

Company E
Henry H. Glenn
- Private
Henry Glenn was born in 1815 in North Carolina.

In 1860 Henry was farming in Watauga County, North Carolina. It is thought that he moved to the county in about 1850. He went to Lenoir County to enlist in Company E (Watauga Minute Men), 37th North Carolina Infantry, on April 5, 1862. On May 27-28, 1862, he was captured at Hanover Court House, and imprisoned at Fort Columbus in New York Harbor. He was paroled and transferred to Aiken's Landing, James River, Virginia, arriving there for exchange on July 12, 1862 (he was declared exchanged on August 5). On August 30, 1862, he died of 'cholera morbus' in hospital in Richmond, Virginia (with the rank of private).
Contact Name: Patrick Gariepy
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Date Added: 12/29/2007

Company E
William Green
- Sergeant
No comments
Contact Name: Ron Ehlers
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Date Added: 7/1/2013

Company E
Jacob Ezekiel Gurley
- Private
My GGG Grandfather, Enlisted in Oct 1864, served through Petersburg to the breakthrough on April 2nd. Would love to discuss him with any kin out there! I'm limited on the information I have on him. His brother also served in the 37th, in company D
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Date Added: 12/11/2012

Company E
Joseph H Howington
- Corporal
AOL most of the time until 1864. Then present till the surrender April 9, 1865. He could read and write. Died Dec 1912 in Washington Co., Virginia.
Contact Name: Richard
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Date Added: 7/17/2006

Company E
George W. Lawrence/Lawrance
- Private
My G.G. grandfather taken prisoner at North Anna May 1864. His wife was Elizabeth Norris. Any info anyone would have on either party please contact me.
Contact Name: Regie
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Date Added: 7/5/2004

Company E
Joseph Harrison Lunsford
- Private
My great, great Grandfather was wounded at Fredericksburg and taken to the 'hospital' at Guinea Station where he died from disease sustained by those wounds on December 27, 1862. He was from Watauga Co and left a widow and 3 small children, including my great Grandmother who was 3 years old at the time. I always think of the line 'No greater love....' and I will always appreciate and pray for him and all those who fought and died for what they believed in. God bless them and let them rest peacefully.
Contact Name: Betty L Bishop
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Date Added: 8/1/2013

Company E
Redmond R Price
- Private
Redmond joined the 37th North Carolina Regiment at age 52.
Contact Name: Ron Price
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Date Added: 5/23/2012

Company E
Joseph carroll Shull
- Private
No comments
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Date Added: 5/10/2006

Company E
Nathaniel Canada Shull
- Private
Nathaniel C.Shull died at the battle of Fredericksburg,Va in Dec.1862.
Contact Name: TIM HOOVER
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Date Added: 5/30/2006

Company E
Simon Philip Shull
- Sergeant
No comments
Contact Name: Tim Hoover
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Date Added: 5/10/2006

Company E
William Finley Shull
- 1st Lieutenant
No comments
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Date Added: 5/10/2006

Company E
John E Trivett
- Corporal
John E. Trivett died in Lynchburg, VA 15 Jan 1863 as a result of septic infection from having lost his thumb at Fredricksburg.
Contact Name: Chuck Cornett
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Date Added: 8/8/2012

Company E
john ward
- Corporal
john was killed at the battle of gaines mill,Va on 6/27/1862 .he was my 3rd cousin he was raised in watauga co. .anyone with any info on the 37th feel free to contact me.
Contact Name: Tim Hoover
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Date Added: 7/11/2005

Company E
Isaac Wilson
- 3rd Lieutenant
Born Ashe co age 38, farmer 5'7 1/2' tall elected at 3rd Lieutenant on Sept 18 1861 on enlistment day resigned 20 Dec 1861
Contact Name: Kim Wilkoff
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Date Added: 4/8/2008

Company F
John B. Barlow
- Private
John was a son of Hamilton Barlow and brother to Smith Barlow of the 58th N.C. Inf. and cousin to William Taylor Land of Co. B of the 37th ( listed here )

John B. Barlow Residence Wilkes County NC; a 20 year-old Farmer. Enlisted on 9/24/1861 at Wilkes County, NC as a Private. On 11/20/1861 he mustered into 'F' Co. NC 37th Infantry He died of disease on 12/23/1862 at Richmond, VA (Typhoid pneumonia) He was listed as: * POW 5/27/1862 Hanover Court House, VA * Confined 5/28/1862 Fort Columbus, NY (And paroled) * Exchanged 8/5/1862 Aiken`s Landing, VA Other Information: born in Caldwell Co. North Carolina
Contact Name: Glenn Land
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Date Added: 7/6/2006

Company F
John Braxton Barlow
- Private
Son of Charlotte Carlton ( daughter of Waytt Carlton & Nancy Livingston ) & Braxton Barlow. families related to my Land family in North Carolina. Born in Caldwell County and resided in Wilkes County where he was by occupation a farmer prior to enlisting in Wilkes County at age 20, September 24, 1861. Captured at Hanover Court House, Virginia, May 27, 1862. Confined at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor. Paroled and transferred to Aiken's Landing, James River, Virginia, where he was received on July 12, 1862, for exchange. Declared exchanged at Aiken's Landing on August 5, 1862. Died in hospital at Richmond, Virginia, December 23, 1862, of 'pneumonia typhoides.'
Contact Name: Glenn Land
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Date Added: 4/25/2009

Company F
Thomas Dittmas Helms
- Private
Thomas was born 10 April 1820 in Union County NC. he has 5 cards in his archival file. Enlisted late in the war on 25 Oct 1864. He is 44 years old. He is described as 6 foot 1/4 inches tall, fair complexion, brown hair and blue eyes. He joins his regiment at Petersburg Va. in the trenches. Short on food and ammo, many men are threadbare and without shoes. He was captured at the battle of Fort Stedman and taken to Point Lookout where he was paroled 24 June 1865. He is buried at Lucy Helms Ce., Union Co NC. He is the father in law of husband of my 3rd cousin 4 x removed.
Contact Name: phillip thomas
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Date Added: 2/4/2020

Company F
Jesse Elihu Luther
- Private
My Great, Great, Great Grandfather. Imprisoned at Pt. Lookout Md., survived, paroled 14 March, 1865. Died 2 May, 1946, at 102 years old.
Contact Name: Angel McCreery
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Date Added: 8/15/2007

Company F
James Matthew Menius
- Private
James was born In Rowan Co. NC 24 Feb 1824. His about 40 years when he enlisted at Camp Holmes near Raleigh, wake Co. NC on 5 Oct 1864. Enlisted by Capt Mallet for the war. He has 12 cards in his archival filed under James M Minnis. He is sick and in the hospital on 1 Jan 1865 and is captured in Richmond, Va while a patient in the hospital there. He is being treated for chronic diarahea. He is transported to Point Lookout Md. on the US Steamer Mary Powell. He is released 20 June 1865. He is with Lane's Brigade and saw action at Fort Steadman, Fort Gregg, Hatcher's Run, and Five Forks + other skirmishes. We are related by marriage. He is buried at Thyatira Presbyterian Ch. Mill Bridge, Rowan Co. NC
Contact Name: phillip thomas
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Date Added: 5/12/2020

Company F
James M. Lafayette Rodgers
- Private
James was born 3 May 1827 in rural Mecklenburg Co. NC. He enlisted late in the war at age 38 on 25 Oct 1864 by Capt Allen at Camp Stokes NC. This Regiment was assembled by C.C. Lee at High Point NC in Nov 1861. James has 6 cards in his archival file. 1 Feb 1865 he is transferred to Co C. by special order. He was captured near Petersburg, Va on 2 April 1865. Regimental reports suggest he was in the fight at Hatchers Run when captured. Sent to Point Lookout Md. and released 17 June 1865. Given the date above he would have been engaged in the battles: Petersburg Nov 1864, Fort Steadman, Fort Gregg, Jones farm, Five Forks, and Hatchers Run where he was captured.
He is the father in law of my 3rd cousin 4 x removed. He died 17 Sep 1884 and is buried at Bethel Presbyterian Ch. Cornelius, Mecklenburg Co. NC.
Contact Name: phillip thomas
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Date Added: 5/11/2020

Company G
Daniel M Baker
- Private
Daniel M Baker was born in Catawba Co. NC on 23 June 1844 & died 23 March 1918 in Ironton, Lincoln Co. NC. He and his wife Angeline Medlin are buried at Salem Baptist Cem. Lincolnton, in LIncoln Co. NC. He was 20 years old and living in Alexander Co. NC. when he enlisted late in the war on 7 March 1864 at Camp Vance, Burke Co NC in Capt McRae's Co for the war. He is wounded by gunshot to the left ankle at the battle of Gravel Hill on 28 July 1864. This battle was a small part of the larger battle of Deep Bottom fought 27, 28 & 29 of July. South of Richmond Va. He is given a 60 day surgeons certificate of disability and given 60 days wounded furlough. He was with Capt. Henderson's Co. Lane's Brigade, Wilcox's Division in the charge on the 28th of July at Sweeney"s Creek on Long Bridge Road. He meet a medical board near Petersburg Va. which grants him a discharge on 25 Feb 1865 as the ankle joint was destroyed which made him unable to continue his duties. He was the father in law of my 5th cousin 2 x removed.
Contact Name: phillip thomas
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Date Added: 2/29/2020

Company G
Joshua W Bowman
- Private
Joshua born 10/3/1831, son of Joseph and Mary Bowman, lived in Alexander County NC. Brother of Jacob Bowman, my GGGrandfather. Enlistd Aug 8, 1862. wounded at Battle of Gettysburg July 1-5 1863. Captured at Gettysburg, moved to Union hospital Davids Island NY, part of prisoner exchange on Sep 16, 1863. Returned to duty Feb 1864. Killed during seige at Petersburg April 2, 1865.
Contact Name: Dan Short
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Date Added: 1/10/2010

Company G
Squire Bentley Campbell
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: Johnny Lee Gragg
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Date Added: 11/3/2009

Company G
James Wiley Chapman
- Sergeant
No comments
Contact Name: David Robinette
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Date Added: 7/19/2005

Company G
Henry F Echerd
- Private
Enlisted Apr 9 1862 - Private age 36 a farmer from Alexander Co NC. Wounded in mouth at Hanover Court House May 27 1862.'Gunshot wound carring away all of teeth and greater part of the alveclar process of the interior maxilary--'Discharged Jan 3 1863 due to wounds. Served with brother Peter E Echerd.Died July 1,1902
Contact Name: Ronald K Beachboard
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Date Added: 11/23/2011

Company G
Peter E Echerd
- Sergeant
Enlisted Aug 8 1862 at Irell Co NC Private to Corp Apr 8 1863 to Serg on July 15 1864. POW at Fort Stedman VA May 25 1865 and Imprisoned at Point Lookout Prison Md. Oath Of Alleg on June 11 1865. Died Jan 20,1899 Served with brother Henry F Echerd.
Contact Name: Ronald K Beachboard
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Date Added: 11/23/2011

Company G
Hugh Fox
- Private
Born 1820 in Alexander County NC.
Enlisted on Sept. 26 1863 at Camp Vance in Morganton NC. Enlisted with his oldest son Cain Fox (Elcany Fox)
Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865

Died 1866 in Alexander County, NC. Unknown causes.
Contact Name: Daniel Fox
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Date Added: 10/31/2010

Company G
Jesse Hendren
- Private
Jesse Hendren was born in Wilkes County, NC in 1826. Married Rebecca Emily Pariler of Wilkes County on 5 Jun 1851. Enlisted in Company G, 37th NC Infantry 'Alexander Soldiers' in 1862. Wounded in battle at Gravel Hill, Virginia on 28 Jul 1864. Died from his wounds on 30 Jul 1864 at Richmond, VA. Burial location unknown, at least 3 surviving children.
Contact Name: Don Taylor
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Date Added: 4/3/2008

Company G
Andrew Jackson Lewis
- Private
Andrew was married to Lucinda Maltba, daughter of William Maltba & Nancy Land :
Andrew Jackson Lewis

Residence Alexander County NC; a 33 year-old Farmer.

Enlisted on 10/9/1861 at Alexander County, NC as a Private.

On 11/20/1861 he mustered into 'G' Co. NC 37th Infantry
He was Killed on 10/8/1863 at Alexander County, NC
(Killed at his home)


He was listed as:
* Deserted 8/20/1862 (place not stated)
* Returned 2/28/1863 (place not stated)
* Wounded 5/1/1863 Chancellorsville, VA
* Deserted 6/20/1863 (place not stated)


Other Information:
born in Alexander County, NC


Contact Name: Glenn Land
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Date Added: 4/4/2007

Company G
James Benjamin Pool
- 1st Lieutenant
1st Lt. James B. Pool was in Company G of the NC 37th Infantry Regiment. He was wounded at Fredericksburg, 2nd Manassas, & Chancellorsville. He was captured on 3 July 1863 during the assault on Cemetery Ridge at Gettysburg and imprisoned on Johnson's Island, Lake Erie. He was exchanged at Cox Landing, Va. on 22 March 1865.
Contact Name: Herb Poole
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Date Added: 5/29/2013

Company G
Radford Barton Queen
- Private
Born in 1841 in Wilkes County, NC. Son of Jesse & Millie Queen. Enlisted in Co. G, 37th NC Infantry (Alexander Soliders) as a private on 9 October 1861 at the age of 21. He was wounded in Fredericksburg, Virginia on 13 Dec 1862.

Married Nancy C. Parlier (sister of my 4th greatgrandfather James Wesley Parlier) on 7 Dec 1865 in Wilkes County. Date of death unknown.
Contact Name: Don Taylor
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Date Added: 4/16/2008

Company G
Thomas W. Reid ( Reed )
- Private
Thomas was married to Mahala Maltba, daughter of William Maltba & Nancy Land ( sister of my gr,gr,gr,grandfather,James Linville Land Sr. )
Thomas W. Reed

Residence Alexander County NC; 24 years old.

Enlisted on 4/30/1862 at Lenoir County, NC as a Private.

On 4/30/1862 he mustered into 'G' Co. NC 37th Infantry
He was Killed on 5/3/1863 at Chancellorsville, VA


Contact Name: Glenn Land
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Date Added: 4/4/2007

Company G
John Robinett
Rank Unknown
Enlisted when Regiment was formed in 1861. Killed at the Battle of Hanover Court House.

Son of Lazarus and Letty Chapman Robinett. Married Nancy Jolly - no children.
Contact Name: James Barrett
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Date Added: 6/10/2012

Company G
Lawson Robinett
Rank Unknown
Enlisted when Regiment was formed. Missing and never returned home.

Son of Lazarus and Letty Chapman Robinett.
Contact Name: James Barrett
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Date Added: 6/10/2012

Company H
Henry Simpson Beam
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: ebeam
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Date Added: 7/7/2011

Company H
Emanuel Cloninger
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: W. R. Cloninger
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Date Added: 11/7/2007

Company H
John Pinkney Digh
Rank Unknown
No comments
Contact Name: J Ptak
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Date Added: 7/18/2004

Company H
Larkin B Gaston
- Sergeant
Larkin Gaston enlisted as a private at Gaston County in 1861, and served until the end of the civil war. At wars end he had been made a commissary sergeant. Larkin had been a school teacher prior to his enlistment, enlisted while in his late forties.

Given the dates of his enlistment and his return from the war, I suspect he took part in every action in which H company/37th Infantry had participated.
Contact Name: George R Gaston
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Date Added: 7/13/2015

Company H
George L McGinnis
Rank Unknown
Enlisted in Company H, 37th Regiment, NC Infantry on 6 Oct 1861. Killed at Hanover Court House, Va. on 27 May 1862.
Contact Name: Larry Pruitt
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Date Added: 8/9/2013

Company H
Robert M McGinnis
Rank Unknown
Enlisted in Company H, 37th Regiment on 10 May 1862. Wounded in abdomen and arm at battle of Second Manassas, Va. Never fully recovered from his wounds, died in 1873.
Contact Name: Larry Pruitt
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Date Added: 8/9/2013

Company H
William G Morris
- Lt. Colonel
'William Morris Groves was born in Gaston County, where he resided prior to enlisting at age 36. He was appointed 2nd Lieutenant on October 6, 1861. Groves was elected Captain on March 29, 1862 and appointed Major on July 30, 1862, whereupon he was transferred to the Field and Staff of this regiment. Morris later served as Lieutenant Colonel of this regiment.

Promotions: 2nd Lieutenant on 6 October 1861, Captain on March 29, 1862, and Major on 30 July 1862. Lt. Colonel.'

Contact Name: Alan B Oates
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Date Added: 8/1/2012

Company H
Nathaniel Alexander Rankin
- Private
1824-1862 Enlisted on 6 Oct 1861. Wounded in the face at the Battle of Gaines Mill on 27 June 1862. Died of his wound while hospitalized in Charlotte on 24 July 1862.
Contact Name: George Hill
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Date Added: 12/13/2022

Company H
Peyton S Rhyne
- Private
Peyton was shot through the mouth on May 27, 1862 at the Battle of Hanover Courthouse. He lost most of his lower jaw and tongue. He was captured and sent to the Union hospital at Portsmouth Grove, RI. He was exchanged and continued to recover in hospitals at Richmond and Danville. He was discharged for disability in March 1863. Peyton died on February 13, 1908.
Contact Name: R. Lee Parks
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Date Added: 12/14/2011

Company H
James A Stowe
- Private
Enlisted in Company H, 37th North Carolina Infantry on October 6, 1861, Gaston County. Originally thought to be killed in action in The Battle At Hanover Courthouse, May 27,1862. However, new evidence may prove that he was wounded in that engagement, transported to Richmond hospital, where he subsequently died. A grave marker at Hollywood Cemetery names a STOWE buried, but with no first name only that he was a North Carolina soldier. I am attempting to prove that this gravesite contains James Stowe's remains (for through the process of elimination, I have narrowed the chances of this being the case from 1-156 to 1-3. Will continue investigation.
Contact Name: lawson stowe warren
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Date Added: 11/25/2008

Company I
Thomas Alleson Kissiah
- Private
Enlisted as a Private on Oct 22 1861, at the age of 22 in company I, 37th infantry regiment, North Carolina on, 20 Nov 1861, absent without leave on jan 15 1865 (estimated date)I am hopeing to find some info on this person, he is my great grandfather
Contact Name: Betty Kissiah
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Date Added: 6/15/2006

Company I
Thomas Nelson Alexander
- Private
Thomas was born 13 Dec 1845 in McDowell Co. NC. He enlisted 28 Jan 1864 at about age 19 in Co I 37th Regiment [Mecklenburg Rifles] and mustered in at Liberty Mills Va. on 28 Jan 1864 by W.D. Elms for the war. He is serving in Lane's Brigade, Jackson's Corps. Shortly after he is found at home on sick furlough. 16 August 1864 he is on wounded furlough at home. His unit is paroled at Charlotte NC on 11 May 1865. His CMR's are in bad shape with poor ink and faded. He married twice and died 12 Jan 1940 at a ripe old age. He is buried at Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Cem. Charlotte, Mecklenburg, NC. He is the father in law of my 4th cousin 3 x removed.
Contact Name: phillip thomas
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Date Added: 11/3/2019

Company I
James Bruce
- Private
Enlisted on 22 Oct 1861 in Mecklenburg Co, NC.
Contact Name: Herman Johnson
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Date Added: 12/23/2008

Company I
Marcus Carpenter
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: Thomas T. Carpenter
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Date Added: 7/7/2014

Company I
William D Cross
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: William Cross
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Date Added: 9/3/2008

Company I
Berry Grove Henry
- Private
Discharged before Gettysburg due to illness ( Tuberculosis )
Contact Name: Jeff Talley
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Date Added: 10/13/2010

Company I
Terrell B. Henry
- Private
Discharged before Gettysburg due to having dropsy and possibly TB. Later served in 11th NC Infantry from April 1864 until wounded at Petersburg, Va. in October 1864.
Contact Name: Jeff Talley
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Date Added: 10/13/2010

Company I
Caleb Mauney
- Private
Caleb Mooney: He was a 33-year-old resident of Gaston County, NC when he enlisted on August 15, 1862 at Iredell County as a Private and was mustered on that same day into Co. I, 37th North Carolina Infantry. He was wounded at Chancellorsville on or about May 1, 1863 and returned to duty on June 30, 1863, although it’s not stated where. He was captured and taken prisoner at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863 and confined at Ft. Delaware, DC on or about July 7, 1863. He was held as a prisoner until taking the Oath of Allegiance at Ft. Delaware on July 7, 1865.
Contact Name: Hazel
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Date Added: 1/3/2009

Company I
THOMAS KIRKPATRICK SAMMONDS
- 1st Lieutenant
This would have been my 3rd Great grandfather. The name was later changed to Simons.
Contact Name: Rev. Anthony Lidke
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Date Added: 11/10/2010

Company I
Elam Benton Wolfe
- Private
Fell Mortally Wounded in The Battle of Hanover Court House, VA. May 27, 1862
Contact Name: J W Howie
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Date Added: 4/24/2017

Company K
Francis Marion Blevins
- Private
Francis Marion Blevins is my Great great great great Grandfather.

BLEVINS, FRANCIS MARION: B. 11/1845 in Ashe Co., NC.
1860 AsCC HH#725. Co. K, 37th NC Inf.
Res. of Ashe Co., Enl. in Iredell Co. on 8/15/62, age 19.
WIA in foot at Chancellorsville, VA on 5/1-3/63.
Taken POW at Gettysburg, PA on 7/3-5/63, sent to Fort Delaware,
moved to Point Lookout, MD by 10/18/63.
Exchanged at Boulware's Wharf, VA on 2/20/65.
Lived in Ashe Co., NC until at least 1907,
moved to Smyth Co., VA. Buried in the
Azen Cem., Konnarock, Smyth Co., VA.
Contact Name: Jaron logan
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Date Added: 7/21/2016

Company K
Morris Caldwell
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: Dwight Rowe
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Date Added: 3/28/2012

Company K
Abram Evans
- Private
Abram Evans was born about 1820 in Ashe County, NC. He was the brother of my 4th greatgrandfather James Evans (1797-1893). He enlisted with two of his nephews (David & John Evans) in Co. K, 37th NC Infantry (aka 'Alleghany Tigers') on 15 Sep 1861 at the age of 41. Abram was killed at Hanover Courthouse, VA on 27 May 1862. He was married to Elizabeth Osborn and fathered two children.
Contact Name: Don Taylor
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Date Added: 12/17/2007

Company K
David King Evans
- Private
David K. Evans born in 1833 in Ashe (now Alleghany) County, North Carolina. He did not marry or have children. He was son of James Evans & Margaret Pugh, and the brother of my third great grandmother Cynthia Evans Hill. David enlisted in Co. K, 37th NC infantry on 15 Sep 1861. David died from wounds suffering during during battle on 23 Jun 1862 at Richmond, Virginia. I am unsure of his burial location.
Contact Name: Don Taylor
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Date Added: 12/17/2007

Company K
John Weaver Evans
- Private
John Weaver Evans was born 27 Feb 1837 in Ashe County, NC. He was the 5th child of James Evans & Margaret Pugh. He is the brother of my 3rd great grandmother Cynthia Evans Hill.
John was married less than 2 years when he enlisted on 15 Sep 1861. John Weaver Evans died of disease in a Richmond, VA military hospital on 13 Apr 1864, leaving two orphaned sons.
Contact Name: Don Taylor
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Date Added: 12/17/2007

Company K
Horton Hill
- Private
Residence: Alleghany County, North Carolina Occupation: Farmer
Service Record:
Enlisted as a Private on 15 September 1861 at the age of 19
Enlisted in Company K, 37th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 15 September 1861.
Died of disease Company K, 37th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 14 June 1862 in Richmond, VA Hospital
Contact Name: Lynne Chick
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Date Added: 5/29/2011

Company K
Jonathan Lee
- Private
resident of Ashe County at time of enlistment; born Wilkes County, enlisted at Iredell 8/15/62; wounded in action at Fredericksburg 12/13/62; died at Guinea Station either 5/15/63 or 5/20/63. Interested in talking with anyone who has information on Co. K and where soldiers who died at Guinea Station where buried.
Contact Name: James R. Lee
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Date Added: 6/21/2006

Company K
Jonathan Osborne
- Private
My great uncle (X3) enlisted in Ashe County, North Carolina, He was wounded at the battle of Handover Court House, and he was killed in action on May 3rd, 1863 at the battle of Chancellorville.
Contact Name: Lewis G. Lem
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Date Added: 10/23/2015

Company K
John Richardson
- Private
John Richardson was born in 1843 in Ashe County, NC. He was the youngest child of Joshua Richardson & Narcessa Dixon. John enlisted in Co. K, 37th NC Infantry 'Alleghany Tigers' on 15 September 1861 at the age of 18. Died of disease on 19 Aug 1862 at Lynchburg Hospital, VA. Fathered no known children, never married. He is buried in the Old City Cemetery in Lynchburg, VA.
Contact Name: Don Taylor
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Date Added: 4/2/2008

Company K
John O. Royal
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: Robin Polley
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Date Added: 1/31/2006

Company K
Madison Stamper
- Private
I have all of Madison's info.
Contact Name: Brian Stamper
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Date Added: 7/20/2010

Company K
John Calvin Tilley
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: Charles Tilley
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Date Added: 3/11/2010

Company K
Jason Carson Webb
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: Melba Webb
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Contact Homepage: MSN
Date Added: 9/27/2015

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