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37th Virginia Infantry      
Company Unknown
William Franklin Breedlove - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Michael J Breedlove
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Date Added:  7/23/2014
Company Unknown
William Hammer Goff - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Darrel Blaine Ford
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Date Added:  8/27/2018
Company Unknown
Lewis Hale - Unknown   
Lewis served in the 37th va cavalry.
Contact Name:  danny hale
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Date Added:  1/12/2009
Company Unknown
Samuel H Leffler - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  carrie
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Contact Homepage:  floridasun29@gmail.com
Date Added:  1/23/2016
Company Unknown
henry wood - Major   
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Contact Name:  s. bolen
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Date Added:  3/17/2009
Company A
GEORGE A FEATHERS - Sergeant   
GEORGE A FEATHERS;ORDERLY.SGT.,A/K.ENL.4/20/61AT GOODSON FOR 1 YR.PRESENT AS4TH CORP.8/61.PRESENT 1-10/62 3RD ST.5/62.APPTD.ORDERLY SGT.6/10/61.ISSUED CLO.1ST QTR.63.PRESENT 8/64 ISSUED CLO.3RD,4TH, QTRS,64.CPTD.3/25/65 FT.STEDMAN.SENT3/28/65 CITY POINT TO PT.LOOKOUT REL.ON OATH 6/12/65.HE WAS 5'8',LIGHT COMPLEX.,GRAY EYES,BRIWN HAIR.
Contact Name:  MELVIN PERKEY
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Date Added:  7/15/2010
Company A
James Lewis Lanter - Private   
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Contact Name:  John Jeffers
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Date Added:  6/30/2008
Company B
Hugh Lawson Goff - Private   
Served 1861 with brother William Hammer Goff from Washington County, captured after Gettysburg imprisoned on Pea Patch Island, Fort Delaware until 1865 Known as 'Loss'
Contact Name:  Darrel Blaine Ford
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Date Added:  7/14/2008
Company B
Alfred P Harless - Private   
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Contact Name:  Brian Piaquadio
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Date Added:  4/23/2013
Company B
Jesse S. Mise - Private   
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Contact Name:  Barbara Roop
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Date Added:  8/11/2013
Company B
hiram moore - Private   
my gg uncle
Contact Name:  michael moore
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Date Added:  12/2/2009
Company B
joseph moore - Private   
my gg uncle died huguenot springs hosp. typhoid fever buried richmond va.
Contact Name:  michael moore
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Date Added:  12/2/2009
Company B
Robert C. Pippin - Unknown   
lookinf for photographs of his company or anyone in his company
Contact Name:  Debbie LaMar
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Date Added:  4/6/2004
Company B
Daniel Short - Private   
Captured at the Battle of Mine Run, VA Nov 28, 1863; transferred to Point Lookout MD Feb 3, 1864; sent for exchange Feb 18, 1865 to Aiken's Landing, VA.
Contact Name:  M Miller
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Date Added:  10/2/2009
Company B
William Henry Sult - 1st Sergeant   
Enlisted in the 37th Virginia Infantry as a private on June 30, 1861 and fought in many battles including Culp's Hill at the battle of Gettysburg. Was promoted throughout the war and attained the rank of First Sergeant in Company B. Captured at the battle at Spotsylvania Court House in May, 1864 and sent to the Federal prison at Ft. Delaware. Released on June 15, 1865 and returned to Wytheville, Va.
Contact Name:  James B Sult
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Date Added:  4/17/2013
Company C
James K.P. Bays - Private   
My Great Grandfather (22 Jul 1845 - 18 Oct 1888) James Knox Polk Bays of Russell Co., VA
Contact Name:  David Bays
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Date Added:  6/14/2010
Company C
Lewis (Louis) C. Fulton (Fullen) Dickenson/Dickerson/Dickinson - Private   
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Contact Name:  Faye Dickerson/Brandenburg
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Date Added:  11/5/2006
Company C
James A. Duff - Sergeant   
James Duff enlisted along with his two brothers Rees Bowen Duff and Oscar Cunningham Duff and nephew Samuel Adams Duff 10 May 1861 in Lebanon Virginia.
Contact Name:  Tres Thompson
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Date Added:  8/20/2009
Company C
John Van Buren Duff - Captain   
KIA 8-9-1862 Cedar Mountain
Contact Name:  Jim C Smith
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Date Added:  11/9/2008
Company C
Oscar Cunningham Duff - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Jack W Ball
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Date Added:  7/18/2007
Company C
Rees Bowen Duff - Private   
Rees Bowen Duff and his brothers Oscar Cunningham Duff and James A. Duff and nephew Samuel Adams Duff all enlisted 5/10/1861 in Lebanon Virginia. At the time, Rees (named for his great-grandfather Rees Bowen, killed at King's Mountain in the Revolutionary war) was recently married to Sarah A.B. Horton, daughter of Robt. A. & Nancy Horton of Tazewell Co., on 15 Aug 1860. Rees and his brothers and nephew survived the war, unlike some of their kin, but he had no living descendants. He was well known in Russell and Tazewell counties after the war as a fiddler.
Contact Name:  Tres Thompson
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Date Added:  8/20/2009
Company C
Samuel Adams Duff - Corporal   
Sam A. Duff enlisted at age 15, served from 1861 until captured at Spottsylvania C.H. in 1864, along with his uncle Oscar Duff and most of their regiment. He fell ill at Ft. Delaware, to the point that he was exchanged 20 Sept 1864, but recovered and was still serving in the consolidated unit at Petersburg. He returned home, married, and fathered 11 children, dying in May 1924 at his home in Belfast Mills, Virginia.
Contact Name:  Tres Thompson
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Date Added:  8/18/2009
Company C
Flavius Marion Gibson - Unknown   
Enlisted 5/10/61. Flav was captured on Culps Hill at the Battle Of Gettysburg, 7/3/1863. Imprisoned at Point Lookout, died there on 8/24/1865. Not listed on Point Lookout memorial.
Contact Name:  Tony
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Date Added:  11/27/2006
Company C
William H Harmon - Private   
killed at Sharpsburg
Contact Name:  Brian Piaquadio
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Date Added:  12/17/2012
Company C
John Hopkins McFaddin - Private   
John McFaddin - Service Record

Enlisted on 3/10/62 in the 37th Infantry in Russell County for 3 years. Present 3/4/62. Captured at Strasburg on 6/3/62. Delivered Aikens Landing 6/26/62 and exchanged 8/5/62. Later deserted. He latered joined a Calvary in Kentucky.

John was born in Lebanon, Russell County, Virginia to Isaac and Margaret (Boys) McFaddin. He died and is buried in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky in the Old Conley Cemetery. A veteran marker marks his grave on a huge hillside with other memebers of his family, including my Great Grandfather, Edd McFaddin. John married Florence Gray Morton, daughter of William A. Morton and Lourinda B. Moore.
Contact Name:  Donnie Hazel
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Contact Homepage:  www.ancestry-quest.com
Date Added:  11/13/2006
Company C
Hanson m meade - Private   
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Contact Name:  stephen meade
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Date Added:  11/21/2010
Company C
Samuel Sutherland - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kate Sutherland
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Date Added:  3/27/2009
Company D
Louis W Bourne - Captain   
Louis served in the 37th cavalry.taken p.o.w 6/17/1864 at lynchburg.sent to camp chase then to point lookout.
Contact Name:  danny hale
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Date Added:  1/16/2009
Company D
William Norman Dickens - Corporal   
William was my great-grandfather. When captured, he did take the loyalty oath. He enlisted in Caroline County, VA, and spent most of his life after the war in West Virginia, Parkersburg et. al. Paul J. Dickens was his younger brother, who was in 47 VA Infantry as Sgt.
Contact Name:  M. K. Dickens Gasaway
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Date Added:  8/12/2008
Company D
James Monroe Harris - Private   
Enlisted 5/20/1861 at Estillville, Va. ( present-day Gate City.) Mustered the same day into Co.D 37th Va.Inf. Re-enlisted and received pay at Camp Mason, N.C. on 2/18/1862.
'' On the Rolls '' 12/15/1862
Wounded and Captured 7/3/1863 at Gettysburg, Pa. Right leg amputated on the battlefield.
Hospitalized at Chester,Pa. 7/8/1863.
Transferred 10/4/1863 to Hammond General Hospital, Point Lookout, Prison Maryland
Transferred to City Point, Va.( for prisoner exchange )3/6/1864. James is a maternal ancestor of my wife. The maternal gr, grandfather of her mother.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  2/27/2005
Company D
John Milton Harris - Private   
CONFEDERATE SERVICE IN THE CIVIL WAR: John M. Harris Residence was not listed; 19 years old. Enlisted on 5/10/1862 at Estillville, VA as a Private. On 3/10/1862 he mustered into 'D' Co. VA 37th Infantry (date and method of discharge not given) He was listed as: * Admitted 10/1/1862 Charlottesville, VA Hospl * Furlough 10/13/1862 (place not stated) (40 days) * Wounded 7/3/1863 Gettysburg, PA * Hospitalized 7/5/1863 Camp Winder, VA (Estimated day, lost leg)
His brother James M. also lost a leg at Gettysburg.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  6/12/2006
Company D
William Harrison Harris - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Harry Lewis
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Date Added:  11/4/2010
Company D
William L Lawson - 1st Corporal   
Killed July 3rd 1863 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Culps Hill.
Contact Name:  Jason Sise
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Date Added:  1/22/2018
Company E
Peter Fipps - Private   
I believe he was wounded at Gettysburg. The last entry shows him at the Richmond Military Hospital. No record of him in any database that I've found, after that time (7/24/1863).
Contact Name:  Bette Phipps
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Date Added:  8/22/2013
Company E
James Alexander McKinnon - Private   
Company Blacksmith
Contact Name:  Jim C. Smith
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Date Added:  11/10/2008
Company E
Milton C McKinnon - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jim C. Smith
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Date Added:  11/10/2008
Company F
Samuel Johnson Hutton - 3rd Lieutenant   
1st Cousin 4x removed. Was POW and became part of the 'Immortal 600'.
Contact Name:  Timothy Hutton
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Contact Homepage:  tkhutton@att.net
Date Added:  11/4/2016
Company F
Madison McCracken - Private   
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Contact Name:  Henry A. Cole
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Date Added:  8/6/2007
Company F
james moore - Private   
my gg grandfather
Contact Name:  michael moore
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Date Added:  12/2/2009
Company F
Mitchell Wesley Pafford - Private   
Mitchell W. Pafford enlisted on 8 Sep 1861 at Glade Spring, Virginia. He fought for the Confederacy as a Private in Company F, 37th Infantry Regiment Virginia. Mitchell was captured at the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House 12 May 1864 and received at Fort Delaware in Delaware were he remained until his release on 18 May 1865 after swearing an oath of allegience.
Contact Name:  Katie
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Date Added:  2/25/2009
Company F
William Meek Widener - Private   
William Meek Widener was my great grandfather. As far as I can tell from the records, he fought in two battles, the battle of Kernstown and the battle of McDowell.
Contact Name:  Larry Widener
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Date Added:  4/24/2007
Company G
TYLER H CASTLE - Unknown   
THIS IS MY GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER HE ALSO SERVED IN THE 34TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY IN CO.I
Contact Name:  GARY MUSICK
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Date Added:  12/15/2008
Company G
Daniel S. Robbins - Private   
Enlisted in Russell County, Virginia in April, 1861. Died of Typhoid on August 29, 1862. Buried in hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, virginia.
Contact Name:  Len Robbins
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Contact Homepage:  barrsbattery.tripod.com
Date Added:  11/29/2006
Company G
John Wesley Steele - Private   
John Wesley Steele, son of Harvey Steel, enlisted in the 37th VA Inf. in July of 1861 for one year's service. He later served in the 22nd VA Cavalry, organized in Russell County. Before and after the war, he fathered 11 children with his wife, Malvinia Compton. The farm he was raised and died on in 1895 in Swords Creek VA is again in Steele family hands, site of a large and active yearly reunion of Steele cousins.
Contact Name:  Larry Steele
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Date Added:  8/18/2009
Company G
Major Lee Wallis - 1st Lieutenant   
Enlisted: 1861
Contact Name:  Clayton Hall
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Date Added:  9/29/2013
Company H
Melvin Smith Arnold - Private   
Was in 23 Engagements. From 1862-1865 served under Gen Stonewall Jackson and was the Standard Bearer to Gen Robert E. Lee at the time of Surrender. At the time of surrender in April 1865, Melvin was one of only 39 members left in the regiment.
Contact Name:  Bobby Thomas
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Date Added:  3/8/2010
Company H
William Felix Duff - Captain   
KIA Battle of Cedar Mountain
Contact Name:  Jim C Smith
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Date Added:  11/9/2008
Company H
william h, h. hellenstutler - Private   
my gg uncle i have his udc metal
Contact Name:  michael moore
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Date Added:  12/2/2009
Company H
Thomas Jackson Roe - Private   
Wounded at Battle of Wilderness May 1864.
Contact Name:  M Miller
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Date Added:  10/2/2009
Company H
Clark A South - Private   
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Contact Name:  Lester Crosswhite
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Date Added:  7/21/2008
Company H
James Robert Vestal - Private   
Enlisted 03/06/1862 at age 18. Died from wounds received in Battle of Cedar Mtn, VA on 08/09/1862 at Staunton VA hospital.
Contact Name:  M Miller
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Date Added:  10/2/2009
Company H
John C. Vestal - Private   
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Contact Name:  Lisa Flatico
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Date Added:  4/12/2008
Company H
Lodric B. Vestal - Private   
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Contact Name:  Lisa Flatico
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Date Added:  4/12/2008
Company H
Neal Henry Vestal - Private   
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Contact Name:  Phil Price
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Date Added:  5/19/2004
Company I
James H. Barrett - Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Aaron
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Date Added:  10/30/2008
Company K
John Keller Deadmore - Sergeant   
'George V. Litchfield had a saddle & harness shop on the south side of main street, [Abingdon, Wash. Co. VA]3 lots east of Tanner St. Among other workman in the shop was one S[L]C Newland'......'afore mentioned L.C. Newland' home, a large frame house, located on the south side of Valley east of Tanner Street right on the alley. Across the street (one lot further east) lived Mrs. Deadmore & her sons, James & Keller, both of whom served the Confederacy. Newland had lot #20; Mrs. Deadmore lot # 29. Both lots are in the newer area affixed to Abingdon after the initial plat. James Hathorn's lots were all in the original plat 'the town of Abingdon' Source: 'Remembrances of Abingdon' by Lewis Thomson Crosby p 13, p 21
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'The 37th VA Infantry was raised from volunteers who resided in the far southwestern part of the state (VA),...the regiment had a total compliment of close to 1000 men.
Yet when secession did come, the men of what would eventually be designated the 37th VA Volunteer Infantry were among the first to gather to defend the 'Old Dominion'. The governor appointed Samuel V. Fulkerson, a veteran of the Mexican War & judge from Abingdon, as the regiment's colonel. Travelling by rail from Abingdon to Richmond, they were quartered & trained at Camp Lee, at the Richmond Fairgrounds, where they would receive their first uniforms & weapons. Shortly thereafter they were shipped by train to Staunton, from where they marched into the Allegany Mts. They would spend 5 months fighting the miserable & indecisive ' Allegany Mt. Campaign, ' before finally being assigned to Gen. Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson at Winchester, VA, during Nov. 1861....
Jackson would lead his army on the abortive Romney Expedition during Jan. 1862. Horrendous weather conditions, as well as indecisive battles, would lead to a near mutiny among some of his troops... However the regiment would soon recover it's lost honor at Kernstown (23 Mar 1862), the 1st battle of Jackson's brilliant 'Valley Campaign.' Jackson's activities in the Shenandoah Valley (Apr - June 1862), would solidify his reputation forever as both a southern hero & military genius. The 37th VA participated in every battle of the Valley Campaign except Cross Keys, & would receive honors for their exceptional service at Kernstown, McDowell, & Port Republic.
The regiment would leave the valley with Jackson during late June 1862, & for many of the men of the 37th it would be the last time they see their beloved mountains until the end of the war...
During Aug 1862, Jackson's Command met with near disaster at the Battle of Cedar Mt., but were able to avenge themselves at the Confederate victory of Second Manassa (Aug 28-30). The 37th suffered 81 casualties at Cedar Mt. They would participate in Jackson's investment & capture of Harper's Ferry on 15 Sep.(1862).' Source: 'A Brief History of the 37th VA Infantry' By R.K. Denton Jr.
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'...many regiments of men, who upon the field of battle demonstrated a fighting quality that was unsurpassed in the Confederate Army. The 48th Regiment under the command of Col. John A. Campbell, the 37th Regiment under the command of Col. Samuel V. Fulkerson, & the 33rd VA Regiment under the command of Col. Arthur C. Cummings constituted a part of the Stonewall Brigade & brought great honor & distinction to the people of this county Wash. Co. VA] by their bravery & their indomitable purpose.' Source: usgenweb.com, Wash. Co. VA
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'A Bit of War Poetry, The following has been sent to the Virginian [Abingdon, Wash. Co. VA] with a request it be published, as a letter home during the Civil War. There is a lot of rhyme, but poetry is a very scarce article in every part of it. Of course it was merely written to be 'funny'---that's all.

'Tis little young people know, What we poor soldiers undergo.
When called upon to take up arms, To guard our country from all harms-

At break of day the morning gun, At reveille the fife & drum,
Disturb the soldiers' sweet repose, And tell him to put on his clothes.

The sergeant mopes his way about, Exclaiming, 'come boys, quick turn out!'
As well by practice as design, In front & rear he forms a line.

Eyes right, Eyes left, steady's the word, The captain then draws out his sword;
The sergeant then takes out his roll, Our names are called, the absent told.

Often young upstarts have command. With coats laced up & sword in hand.
They speak & act like nabobs, or Some king or prince or emperor.
Sometimes in office bad man are, Who lose their men by want of care.

And bring them to a dreadful end, And let them die without a friend,
Sometimes we lie upon the ground, Where no kind shelter can be found-
Sometimes in rain, sometimes in snow, Where sleet descends & tempests blow.

The surgeon is a man of skiil [skill], And gives the sick each day a pil' [pill],
And if perchance it don't act well, He'll curse & d-n [damn] our souls to he-ll!

And so to grub we have enough, Altho' our beef is often tough,
But of this we don't complain, For fear 'twill never come again.

And now a line or two I'll give, To tell you how the soldiers live;
And first they live on diet strong, So as to march & hold out long.

Beef we got in lots & squares, But bacon only comes in shares-
But one time in a week or two- But beef comes daily, tough & blue.

Molasses, sugar, coffee, rice, Alternate weeks we get them twice.
We lived quite well for twelve months past, God only knows how long 'twill last.

There was a time when grub was low, Ere we left Laurel Hill you know;
We marched nine days & ten nights too, Before that race was run quite through.

Our noble colonel led us out, He said he could without a doubt,
And led us 'tward the Yankee land, Along the edge of Maryland.

We came to Monterey to rest, Altho' that place was not the best;
We here remained a week or two, To Greenbrier river then we flew.

Here we spent of days twoscore, And then were ordered to Dunmore,
There to lounge upon the grass, And guard a rugged mountain pass.

Soon we felt a keen northwester, And there were ordered to Winchester,
There to spent the winter through, In cotton houses, white & blue.

We rested there for one month only, And then were ordered o'er to Romney,
There to meet the Yankee rabble, Who, when they saw us did skedaddle.

About the 4th of January, We fought at Capon Bridge or Ferry,
We burnt the bridge & played the d-l, [devil] And then returned to camp to revel.

Then back to Winchester again, Thro' mud & sleet & snow & rain,
The tramp was dreadful, but however, Soldiers never mind the weather.

At Kernstown if you remember, The Yankees thought we would surrender;
But fooled they were when one & all, Thought they would beat us to the wall.

We beat them there by a few paces, And poured our fire into their faces,
'Twas there a squad, with better skill, Cross-fired upon us from a hill.

And rather than to Yankees yield, We moved our forces from the field,
Some were wounded, some were killed, Some crippled as we left the field.

Some were captured as you know, But have returned to meet the foe,
McCellian thought a trick he'd play, And capture Richmond right away.

Lee called his force for the attack, And in the call awoke 'old Jack.'
This hero came & struck a blow, On their right flank as you know.

The Yankees found out he was there. And left the field in wild career.
Pope thought that he could get in still, By sneaking round in Gordonsville.

'Stonewall' was there when Pope concluded, 'Old Jack,' could not be eluded,
He slipped away as sly as a do[o]rmouse, And changed his base to Orange Court-House.

But Jackson caught him on the way. And Yankeedom now rules the day.
I think we'll try old Pope again, If we can find him on the plain.

But friend I'll stop, my tale is o'er. And sign myself- J.K. Deadmore'

Source: The Virginian newspaper from Abingdon, Wash. Co. VA area. Date: Civil War era, Author: Sergeant John Keller Deadmore, of the 37th VA, hometown was Abingdon, VA, Caretaker of newspaper poem, William Beazley/TX
Note* According to the Sergeant John Keller's Civil War records he was wounded at the Battle of the 2nd Manassas. The family story is that he returned home after the war but died by about 1869. Transcribed by Lesley Hager July 2003
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Name: John K. Deadmore, Enlistment Date: 22 April 1861
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE, Side Served: Confederacy, State Served: VA
Unit Numbers: 795 795, Service Record: Enlisted as a Sergeant on 22 April 1861
Enlisted in Company K, 37th Infantry Regiment VA on 22 April 1861
On rolls on 15 August 1861, Received pay on 15 April 1862 (Estimated day)
Promoted to Full Sergeant 3rd Class on 01 May 1862
Received pay on 15 September 1862 (Estimated day)
On rolls on 15 December 1862, Admitted on 12 May 1863 at Chimborazo Hospl, Richmond, VA
Furlough on 05 June 1863 (30 days), Absent, sick on 15 April 1864 (Estimated day)
Returned on 15 September 1864 (Estimated day)
Retired Company K, 37th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 05 October 1864
Source: Ancestry.com, American Civil War Soldiers'
Contact Name:  Lesley Ann Johnson Hager
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Date Added:  10/31/2005
Company K
William Hammer Goff - Blacksmith   
Served 1861 to 1865 Captured Burke's Landing, VA
Contact Name:  Darrel Blaine Ford
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Date Added:  7/14/2008
Company K
isaac privett - Private   
KILLED DEC 13 , 1862 , FREDRICKSBURG
Contact Name:  glenn allen cremeans
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Date Added:  11/17/2010
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