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1st North Carolina Infantry (6 Month)      
Company Unknown
Harvey Edwin Claytor - Private   
Born December 1834 in Orange Co. North Carolina to Samuel Smith Claytor (b. about 1794 in Bedford Co. Virginia) and Rachel Cabe (b. 08/29/1805 in North Carolina). Harvey Edwin Claytor married Mary Frances Breeze (b. August 1844 in Orange Co. North Carolina) on 10/13/1864 in Orange Co. North Carolina. They had 4 children. Occupation listed variously as a Miller, Machinist and Carpenter. Died sometime before 02/04/1920 in North Carolina.

(1st Cousin 4 times removed)
Contact Name:  Donald Steven Smith
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Date Added:  4/3/2006
Company Unknown
Samuel Baker Claytor - Corporal   
Born January 1834 in North Carolina to Samuel Smith Claytor (b. 1794 in Bedford Co. Virginia) and Rachel Cabe (b. about 1805). Samuel Baker Claytor married Elizabeth Graves Lovick (b. about 1836 in North Carolina) in 1866. They had one son. He died 12/22/1916 in Raleigh, North Carolina and was interred in Oakwood Cemetery - Raleigh, North Carolina (Confederate Section).
(1st Cousin 4 times removed)

Contact Name:  Donald Steven Smith
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Date Added:  4/3/2006
Company A
William Gaston Lewis - 1st Lieutenant   
Commissioned as a 3rd Lieutenant on 18 April 1861 at the age of 25.
Promoted to 1st Lieutenant on 7 September 1861.
Mustered out on 12 November 1861.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  7/6/2010
Company A
Henry Wyatt - Private   
First Confederate Casualty of the Civil War. Killed at Big Bethel Va 10 June, 1861 ( the war's first major land battle ) After the Confederate Government took charge of North Carolina's troops the 1st Inf would be designated the 11th Inf.and forever known as the ' Bethel Regiment ' They would distinguish themselves on many bloody battlefields as part of the Army of Northern Virginia. ' FIRST AT BETHEL ! FARTHEST AT GETTYSBURG ! LAST AT APPOMATTOX !!!!!
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  1/4/2009
Company D
Patrick Henry Claytor - Private   
Born January 24, 1838 to Samuel Smith Claytor and Rachel Cabe in North Carolina. Enlisted in Co. D, 1st NC Infantry (6 month) (National Archives Film M230 roll 7). Died on December 6, 1928 in Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina at age 90. Source: NC State Archives. North Carolina Deaths, 1908-67. Census: 1880 Living Chapel Hill, N. C. with sister Angelina.
Census: 1900 South Hillsborough, Orange County, North Carolina
Occupation: 1900 Carpenter
Event: Note 1900 62 years old, born January 1938 in North Carolina, dad in Virginia, Mom in North Carolina
Event: Note 1900 Ann Claytor 68 years old, born April 1832, listed as Sister in the Home
Event: Note 1900 John H Claytor 60 years old, born February 1840, Listed as Brother, in the Home
Census: 1920 Living with Robert Hume Claytor at time of 1920 Orange co., N.C. census
Burial: Oakwood Cemetery - Raleigh, North Carolina (Confederate Section)
Notes:
1900 Census
Claytor, Patrick H.
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1210 Book: 1 Page: 252

(1st Cousin 4 times removed)
Contact Name:  Donald Steven Smith
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Date Added:  4/27/2007
Company D
J Wesley Howard - Private   
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Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  8/23/2014
Company E
John Wesley Coggins - Private   
Enlisted in 'Buncombe Rifles' 24 April 1861 at Asheville, N.C.; served until Unit mustered out of service 12 November 1861 at Richmond, Va. Later served in Co. K, 60th N.C. Infantry
Contact Name:  Ronald E. Herring
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Date Added:  12/16/2010
Company I
John Hamill - Private   
John Hamill was a member of the 'Enfield Blues' Co. I 1st NC. Later in Co. D, 24th NC. Wounded in the face at Drury's Bluff and lay upon the field of battle for one day before being carried to hospital. Survived the war and died in Halifax County, North Carolina ca. 1905. Mentioned in the book 'Rebel Boast' by Manley Wade Wellman written in the 1950's. He is my g-g-grandfather.
Contact Name:  Jeff
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Date Added:  8/24/2009
Company K
Peter Dellinger - Private   
Dellinger, Peter resided in Lincoln County prior to the war where he enlisted on April 25, 1861 for 6 months. Died at Yorktown, VA on October 19, 1861. He is buried in Yorktown, VA.
Contact Name:  Jeremie England
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Date Added:  8/13/2007
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