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william h arnold
- Private
light artillery fry company, served mostly under major richard cm page, captured and sent to fort delaware, buried in finns point, salem, new jersey
Contact Name: elaine bryant stringer
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Date Added: 5/15/2008

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John Malcum Fore
- Lieutenant
Lt. John Malcoum A. Fore reported into Appamattox Courthouse at times, had his residence in Evergreen, VA
Contact Name: Robert L. Warwick
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Date Added: 7/31/2012

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William Giddings
- Private
William Giddings was my Great Great Grandfather. He was a Private in Powhatan Artillery, Captain Willis J. Dance's Company, Smith's Battery from Elizabeth City County (Hampton) Virginia. He was transfered from Captain Coke's Company and moved from one company to another before being reorganized into the 32nd Virginia Infantry. He served with General Magruder during the Peninsula Campain. He was buried with his daughter in the Guy Family Cemetery at the end of Eastlawn Drive in Fox Hill (Hampton) Virginia. He was my entrance into the Sons Of Confederate Veterans. His widow, my Great Great Grandmother is buried with my family members at the Oakland Cemetery on Pembroke Avenue in Hampton Virginia. She lived in Pee Dee Point section of Hampton till her death.
Contact Name: Jeff Barbour
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Date Added: 7/16/2012

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Joseph Vincent Lively
- Private
Joseph was my Great-Great Grandfather.
Contact Name: Butch Willard
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Date Added: 1/12/2010

Company A
Albert William Huff
- Private
Albert William Huff is buried in East Hill in Salem, Va. His brother, John Richard Huff also fought in the Salem Flying Artillery. Their father was James Chambers Huff, who fought in the Salem Home Guard, along with Thomas Godwin. James Chambers Huff married the daughter of James Godwin, Thomas' brother, Jane Godwin. John Huff is buried with his wife, Margaret (Nace) Huff in the Presbyterian Churchyard in Fincastle. I have the war record of one Chileon O. Huff who also fought in this Unit; if anyone has any information about C.O. Huff, please let me know. Thank you, Virginia Williams Kuhn
Contact Name: Virginia Williams Kuhn
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Date Added: 12/8/2006

Company J
John Edwards
- Sergeant
Croppers Battery. GGGrandfather. First enlisted in Culpeper, VA as a Pvt. in Co. F. Served in the U.S. Army as a Pvt. in the 4th Regiment of Artillery during War with Mexico and also the Seminole War, 'Panic of 1850:' was then discharged at Fort Sumter, SC in 1852.
Contact Name: Patricia Walsh
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Date Added: 3/4/2009

Company L
Robert Eston Lewis
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Contact Name: Frank C. Lewis
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Date Added: 7/1/2008

Company Field & Staff
John Thompson Brown
- Colonel
Attended the University of Virginia prior to the war. Commissioned a Major on September 15, 1861 and promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on May 15, 1862. Promoted to Colonel on June 2, 1862. Killed on May 6, 1864 at the Wilderness, Virginia while acting as Chief of Artillery for the 2nd Corps.
Contact Name: Jordan Kearney
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Date Added: 12/11/2008

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