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63rd Virginia Infantry, Confederate States Army

Organization of the Regiment

The 63rd Regiment was organized May 24, 1862, with 10 companies, A to K, all enlisted for 3 years or the duration of the war. These companies were raised under an order from the Secretary of War, April 9, 1862 to Major John J. McMahon. McMahon was rewarded by being made Colonel of the 63rd in May, when the regiment was formally organized at Abingdon in Washington County, Virginia. Colonel McMahon was succeeded by Lieutenant Colonel David C. Dunn. Major James M. French, who was later promoted to Colonel, succeeded Colonel Dunn and the 63rd ended the war with Captain (later Lieutenant Colonel) Connally H. Lynch in command. Lynch was also commander of the 54th Battalion, a consolidation of the 54th and 63rd Virginia Infantry regiments. The regiment was apparently reorganized January 17, 1863. At that time, the first Company I was dissolved and the second one created. Members of Co. I(1) were discharged to join other companies. The Second Company I took many of the Carroll County residents of Company G and a few others and organized a company. Company C, a Grayson County Company gave up 36 soldiers to go into fill out the now reduced Company G, and bring it back up to strength.

Regimental Officers (Field & Staff)


John J. McMahon, Colonel
David Campbell Dunn, Lieutenant Colonel
James M. French, Major, Colonel
Connally Lynch, Captain, Lieutenant Colonel
William H. Bramblett M.D., Surgeon
James H. Dunn, Surgeon
LaFaytte S. Bonner, Assistant Surgeon
Robert P. Hunt, Assistant Surgeon
William M.Overton, Assistant Surgeon
John S. Pendleton M.D., Assistant Surgeon
George T. Gray, Chaplain
Alexander Anderson, Adjutant
John W. Farmer, Adjutant
J. P. Hoyt, Adjutant
Andrew Jackson Dunn, Commissary Officer (Captain)
John Iron, Commissary Sergeant
David Denton Hull, ACS
Augustus F. Henderson, QM Captain
Alexander W. Goodpasture, QM Sgt.
James B. Buchanan, AQM
Archimades D. Senaker, Hosp. Steward
J. M. Phillippi, Color Sergeant
Emmett B. Vance, Ensign
James K. Davis, Sergeant Major

Regimental Musters for the 63rd were made:

  • On or about May 1, 1862 at Abingdon for the period March-April 1862.
  • On June 26, 1862 at Abingdon, when the $50 bounties were paid.
  • On or about July 2, 1863 at Saltville for the period May-June 1863.
  • On or about November 1, 1863 in front of Chickamauga for the period July-August 1863.
  • On or about October 29/30, 1863 in front of Chickamauga for the period September-October 1863.
  • On or about February 29-March 2, 1864 at Dalton, Georgia, for the period January-February 1864.
  • On or about July 18, 1864, "In the Field" for the period May-June, 1864.
  • On or about August 31, 1864, "In the Field near Atlanta" for the period July-August 1864.

    All company musters fall within the time frames above, and no company has an extant muster for other than the periods listed. Only one roll for Company I(1) exists, that being for May 1, 1862. Other muster rosters for the 63rd have been lost.

    No record has been found for ordnance supplies given to the 63rd, but a list of basic camp supplies was found in the compiled service record for A. F. Henderson. On May 1, 1862 at Abingdon, Virginia, the infant regiment was issued: 32 sibley tents (large); 66 camp kettles, 25 axes, 13 picks, 13 shovels, 10 frying pans, 34 skillets with lids, 3 spades, 20 grain sacks, 2 drums, 2 quires of letter paper, 2 quires of cap.(?) paper, 100 envelopes and 12 steel pens. The Commissary sergeants were later able to procure various office supplies, including desks and chairs for field use. There were several horses with the regiment but it is not entirely clear how many wagons travelled with the 63rd. The regiment had at least one ambulance wagon, a medical, surgeon's wagon, and probably at least six other wagons to transport other supplies and ordnance when the regiment was first formed. As the war progressed, these vehicles were no doubt worn out, destroyed or captured and the regiment may have had only one or two wagons when it surrendered in North Carolina.

    Roster

    A total of 1507 men served in the 63rd Virginia Infantry. The following alphabetical company rosters lists these men. Records had been abstracted from the National Archives, and postwar rosters at the Library of Virginia.

    Company A, (Captain William L. Hunter's Company) was organized March 31 - April 1, 1862 at Abingdon, Washington Co., mainly from residents of that county. This company was enlisted for 3 years or the duration of the war. D. C. Dunn was the enlisting officer. The company travelled with the rest of the regiment through the war. Muster rolls exist for May-June 1863 when the company was at Saltville dated July 2, 1863, and several rolls while the regiment was in Tennessee and Georgia, the last being July-August 1864, when the company was in the field near Atlanta. Company A's commander reported three killed and four wounded at Chickamauga. Two original members of this company had served in Co. G, 50th Virginia Infantry.

    Officers:
    William L. Hunter, Captain
    Albert Wisely, 2nd Lieutenant
    Milton W. Humes, 1st Lieutenant/Captain
    Albert Haynes, 2nd Lieutenant
    Austin D. Haynes , 2nd Lieutenant
    James H. Smith, 3rd Lieutenant/2nd Lieutenant
    William L. McChesney, 2nd Lieutenant
    George Smith, 3rd Lieutenant

    Enlisted:

    BAINES, BENJAMIN L.
    BANNESCARDEN, J.
    BARKER, JOHN H.: Corp.
    BARLOW, JACOB
    BARLOW, LAFAYETTE
    BARNES, BENJAMIN L.
    BLACK, JOHN A.
    BLACKWELL, WILLIAM M.
    BLEVINS, GEORGE DOUGLAS
    BOURDWINE, JAMES
    BUMGARDNER, L. B.
    BURGESS, ROBERT
    BURGESS, THOMAS
    CALLAHAN, EZEKIEL
    CALLAHAN, JESSE
    CANTER, HENRY B.
    CARROLL, R. W.
    CHAPMAN, JOSEPH
    CLARK, GEORGE
    CLEGHORNE, CHARLES: 2nd Sgt.
    COLLEY, JOHN B. "Big JOHN": 2nd Sgt.
    COLLEY, JOHN M. "Little John"
    COLLEY, WILLIAM B.
    COLLINS, JEREMIAH
    COLLINS, MILTON D.
    COOLEY, WILLIAM "Big WILLIAM"
    COOLEY, WILLIAM "Little WILLIAM"
    COOPER, STEVEN
    CORVIN, GORDON
    CORVIN, STEPHEN S.
    CRABTREE, JOHN
    CRENSHAW, W. A.: Sgt.
    DeFRESE, CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Corp.
    DENTON, WILLIAM F., Jr.
    DINSMORE, GEORGE L.
    DINSMORE, JAMES
    DOANE, JAMES
    DUNCAN, GABRIEL
    DUNCAN, JOHN R.
    DUNCAN, JOSEPH
    DYE, ANDERSON: 3rd Corp.
    DYE, RICHARD
    EASTEP, LEWIS: Sgt.
    ELDRIDGE, LEVI
    ELLIOTT, LEWIS
    FARMER, MICHAEL
    FELTY, NICHOLAS
    FERREN, DAVID C.
    FERREN, JAMES
    FERREN, WILLIAM
    FORAN, DAVID C.
    FORAN, WILLIAM
    FORRAN, JAMES
    FRAZIER, ANDREW
    FULTON, JAMES
    GILLESPIE, ANDREW
    GILLESPIE, THOMAS
    GOBBLE, JOHN
    GRACE, DAVID RICHARD
    GRANT, HUGH M.
    GREGORY, SAMUEL S.
    GROGAN, DILLARD
    GUESS, COLLINS P.
    HARGROVE, HOWELL
    HAYNES, PETER S.: 3rd Sgt.
    HAYTON, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. B/A
    HEATHERLY, GEORGE
    HELTON, JAMES E.
    HERNDON, ELLIOTT
    HICKS, RUFUS A.
    HILL, HIRAM
    HILL, WASHINGTON W.: 3rd Sgt.
    HOBACK, JOHN S.
    HOLMES, NATHANIEL
    HOUNDSHELL, PEYTON
    JENNINGS, THOMAS
    JOHNSON, JOSEPH H.
    JOHNSON, WILLIAM J.
    KEESE, RICHARD
    KESTNER, JACOB H.
    KESTNER, JOHN A.
    KINNER, ROBERT
    LANE, THOMAS
    LANIER, FLOYD
    LAWSON, FLOYD
    LEONARD, MARTIN
    MANN, CHARLES
    MANTZ, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    McCLINTOCK, CHRISTOPHER C.
    McFENEY, JOSEPH
    McGAN, JEFF
    McGRAW, ANDERSON
    McGRAW, SAMUEL
    McGRAW, THOMAS J.: Sgt.
    McGUIRE, ISAAC
    McGUIRE, JOHN
    McNEW, ALEXANDER
    McNEW, M. C.
    MILLER, SAMUEL A.
    MOORE, JAMES
    MURRY, DRURY
    NORRIS, ISAIAH
    NORRIS, JAMES T.
    NUNELY, WILLIAM D.
    ODELL, ALFRED
    PARK, JOHN P.: 2nd Corp.
    PATRICK, HENRY
    PATTON, JAMES R.
    PEPPER, SAMUEL
    POOL, HARRISON
    POSTON, JOSEPH
    PRICE, ANDREW J.
    PRICE, JOHN M.: Sgt.
    REEDY, WILLIAM
    ROBERTS, CHARLES
    ROBERTS, JOHN
    ROBERTS, WILLIAM
    ROSE, JOHN C.
    RUTHERFORD, JAMES
    RUTHERFORD, WILLIAM F.
    SAILOR, LEWIS W.
    SHEPHERD, ALBERT
    SHEPPARD, JOSEPH W.
    SHERWOOD, JAMES
    SLATE, JAMES
    SMILEY, DAVID
    SMILEY, JOHN
    SMITH, ANSE
    SMITH, DAVID
    SMITH, FRANCIS MARION: Corp.
    SMITH, JAMES A.
    SMITH, JOHN A.
    SMITH, JOSEPH
    SOWER, CHARLES
    SPARKS, JAMES
    SUMPTER, WILLIAM
    SURBER, WILLIAM
    TATE, AUSTIN B.: Sgt.
    TATE, DAVID L.: 1st Sgt.
    TAYLOR, JOHN L.
    TERRY, WILLIAM
    THOMAS, ANDREW
    THOMAS, ANDY
    THOMAS, JOHN A.
    TRAIL, THOMAS
    TURNER, HARDEN T.
    VANCE, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    VANCE, JAMES H.
    VANCE, JOHN
    VANHOON, ANTHONY
    WEEKS, EDWARD
    WEEKS, PETER
    WHITELY, AUGUSTA D.
    WHITELY, WILLIAM D.
    WIDNER, JAMES H.: Co. I(1)/A
    WISELY, J. L., PWR.
    WIX, EDWARD
    WIX, PETER S.
    WRIGHT, JAMES
    YATUS, ANDREW

  • Company B (Captain Connally H. Lynch's Company) was organized April 5, 1862 at Abingdon, Virginia for 3 years or the duration, by D. C. Dunn, mustering officer. Seventeen members of this company were transferred from Co. G (1st), 50th Virginia Infantry afterward Company I(1st) of the 63rd; others were transferred from Co. I(1st) when it was disbanded about January 1863. This company was formed from men from Sullivan County, Tennessee and Washington County, Virginia. The company was with the main part of the regiment throughout the war as far as can be determined.

    Officers:
    Connally H. Lynch, Captain/Lieutenant Colonel
    Robert Lindermood, 2nd Lieutenant
    George J. A. Claman, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant/Captain
    Joseph Leonard Sr., 2nd Lieutenant
    Valentine C. Rust, 1st Lieutenant
    Andrew Jackson Dishner, 2nd Lieutenant
    John S. Slaughter, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
    Amos B. Hill, 2nd Lieutenant
    Joseph Leonard, 1st Lieutenant

    Enlisted:

    ALLISON, WILLIAM F.
    BARB (BARBEE), LACY JOHNSON
    BARB, GIDEON: Corp.
    BARB, JOHN
    BARKER, WILLIAM W.
    BERRY, DAVID F.: Co. I(1)/B
    BERRY, JOHN D.
    BERRY, JOSEPH
    BERRY, THOMAS B.
    BLEVINS, ELI
    BRADLEY, ARCHIBALD T.: Corp.
    BUTLER, WILLIAM GAINES
    CAMPBELL, DAVID L.
    CLAMAN, PETER M.: Co. I(1)/B
    CATRON, JEREMIAH
    CLAMAN, ROBERT
    CLAPP, THEOPHILUS M.
    COLLINS, HENRY J.
    COOPER, AGLESTON
    COOPER, CHESTER B.: Co. I(1)/B
    COOPER, WILLIAM F.
    COWAN, GEORGE R.
    DAVIDSON, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    DILLARD, JOSEPH H.: Co. I(1)/B
    DISHNER, JOHN W.
    DISHNER, WILLIAM A.
    DISHNER, WILLIAM
    DUNBAR, GEORGE
    DYE, CHARLES M.
    FEATHERSTONE, THOMAS H.
    FLEENER, ISAAC B.
    FLEENER, LILBURN H.
    FLEMING, J. T. A.
    FORKNER, GRANVILLE
    FORKNER, JOHN
    FORKNER, JOSEPH: Co. I(1)/B
    FRIEND, WILLIAM A.
    GARNER, THOMAS
    GOFF, HARMON: PWR.
    GOFF, JACOB G.
    GOFF, WILLIAM H.
    GOODMAN, WILLIAM
    GORE, ISAAC
    GRAHAM, JAMES
    GRAHAM, JOHN: Co. I(1)/B
    GRAHAM, ROBERT: Co. I(1)/B
    HALEY, JAMES BAKER
    HARTSOCK, GEORGE L.: Co. I(1)/B
    HARTSOCK, ISAAC: Co. I(1)/B
    HARTSOCK, JAMES F.
    HARTSOCK, THOMAS: Co. I(1)/B
    HENDERSON, ARNOLD P.
    HENSLEY, HENRY: Co. I(1)/B
    HILL, AMOS: Corp./2nd Lt., Co. I(1)/B
    HILL, BURTON
    HILL, EDWARD
    HILL, HARVEY E.: Corp., Co. I(1)/B
    HOOVER, ANDREW
    HOOVER, HENRY
    HOWSER, THOMAS
    JACKSON, LEVI
    JOHNSON, EMSLEY G.: Co. I(1)/B
    JONES, WILLIAM
    KEITH, WILLIAM A.
    LAMBERT, MICHAEL A.
    LANE, ISAAC
    LANE, THOMAS
    LEONARD, ADAM
    LEONARD, ANDERSON
    LEONARD, ANDREW J.
    LEONARD, BRADLEY: Sgt.
    LEONARD, CAMPBELL BURK
    LEONARD, DULANEY
    LEONARD, EDWARD A.
    LEONARD, EDWARD
    LEONARD, FRANKLIN
    LEONARD, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Sr.
    LEONARD, GEORGE WASHINGTON Jr.
    LEONARD, HENRY HARRISON
    LEONARD, ISAAC B.
    LEONARD, JACKSON
    LEONARD, JAMES J.: Co. I(1)/B
    LEONARD, JAMES: Sgt.
    LEONARD, JOHN
    LEONARD, JOSEPH H.
    LEONARD, JOSEPH, Jr.
    LEONARD, NICHOLAS B.
    LEONARD, PETER H.
    LEONARD, PETER H.: 1st Sgt.
    LEONARD, RUFUS
    LEONARD, SAMUEL G.: 3rd Sgt.
    LEONARD, WILLIAM A.
    LEWIS, JOHN J.
    LEWIS, JOHN
    MALCOM, ROBERT
    MARSHALL, JAMES R.: Co. I(1)/B
    MASON, JOHN
    MASSIE, GEORGE W.
    McCRACKEN, J.
    McCROSKEY, GEORGE
    McNAMARA, THOMAS
    MERIDETH, WILLIAM
    MESSICK, WILLIAM
    MINNICK, ISAAC
    MINNICK, JAMES
    MINNICK, WILLIAM
    MOORE, ISAAC
    MOORE, WILLIAM C.
    MUMPOWER, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    PAGE, HENRY R.
    PAGE, JAMES R.
    PARKER, WHITFIELD MONROE
    PITTS, ZACHARIAH
    POWERS, DAVID CROCKETT
    RATLIFF, JAMES A.
    RICKETTS, HARDY S.
    ROBERTS, WILLIAM
    RUST, JACOB
    SENAKER, DAVID B.
    SHAFFER, GEORGE HARRISON
    SHAFFER, THOMAS J.
    SHANKLE, PATTERSON F.
    SHARETT, ABRAHAM: Co. I(1)/B
    SHARRETT, RICHARD
    SHETTLE, JOHN
    SINIKER, DAVID
    SLAGLE, GEORGE
    SLAGLE, MICHAEL: Co. I(1)/B
    SMITH, ALEXANDER: Co. I(1)/B
    SMITH, ALFRED: Sgt., Co. I(1)/B
    SMITH, CYRUS
    SMITH, OSCAR: Co. I(1)/B
    SMITH, WILLIAM V.
    SORAH, JAMES O.
    SORAH, JOHN F.
    SPROLES, JAMES H.: Co. I(1)/B
    STATSER, FRANCIS
    STATSER, MARTIN
    STOFFLE, ISAAC E. D.
    VANHOOK, LAFAYETTE
    VANHOOK, WILLIAM
    WHITAKER, DAVID A.
    WHITMAN, BIRD: Co. I(1)/B
    WIDENER, VOL B.
    WORLEY, WILLIAM R.

  • Company C (Captain Stephen B. Cornutt's Company, also known as the "Marshall Rifles," named for General Humphrey Marshall) was organized April 6, 1862 at Moccasin Gap mainly from Grayson County residents. The Grayson Militia and militias from other southwestern counties were mobilized in early 1862 by Marshall after a Federal incursion at Pound Gap. This was a ruse to obtain further recruits for the Army.

    Fateful orders sent down to Grayson County were issued by Colonel Isaac Neff, commanding the 25th Militia Brigade. Special Order No. 1 read:

    Headquarters, 25th Brigade Va. Militia Wytheville, Virginia March 24, 1862 You are hereby ordered to report as early as practicable with your command at the old Court House in Russell County, requiring each man to bring with him any private fire arms that he may have--also a part of blankets and change of clothing. Such as can will bring cooking utensils for which they will be paid. You will report to these headquarters your arrival at the place of rondevouse. By Command of Brig. Gen. H. Marshall (Signed) Isaac Neff Col. Commanding 25th Brig. Virginia Militia

    Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Vaughn, commanding the 78th Militia Regiment responded on March 25:

    In compliance with the above order Commandants of Companys of the 1st Battalion 78 Regiment are hereby ordered to notify their men to assemble at Gregory's Store on Elk Creek Tuesday morning the 1st day of April 1862 by 9 o'clock and in addition to the above equipment they are required to furnish themselves with four days rations. Thence to proceed to join the 2nd Battalion under the command of Major I. M. Young.

    The Grayson militia formed all of the original Company C and much of Company G. This company was personally sworn in by General Humphrey Marshall. The company was at Abingdon on May 1, 1862. Thirty-six members of this company were transferred to Co. G, January 17, 1863. Company strength February 29, 1864 was 80 men, not including officers. The company was at Chickamauga, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca and other important battles in Georgia. It was reported that the company lost 27, killed, wounded or missing in May and June 1864. J. O. Brewer reported, 51 years after the war was over, 30 men "served to the end of the war." This number is high, since official records indicate some of his list could not have served to the end.

    Officers:
    Stephen B. Cornutt, Captain
    Joseph Young, 1st Lieutenant
    John Blair Waugh, 1st Lieutenant/Captain
    Troy H. Spencer, 2nd Lieutenant
    Bennett Rector, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
    William H. Scott, 2nd Lieutenant
    Kenly C. Atkins, 1st Lieutenant
    James Nelson Ingoldsby, 2nd Lieutenant

    Enlisted:

    ANDERSON, MARSHALL
    ANDERSON, ORVILLE
    ANDERSON, SPENCER M.
    ANDREWS, ALFRED
    ANDREWS, HAYWOOD P.: Corp.
    ANDREWS, IRWIN
    ANDREWS, JOHN
    ANDREWS, SANDY
    AUSTIN, JOHN D.
    AUSTIN, THOMAS J.
    BAKER, ELIHU
    BALL, WILLIAM B.
    BANTLEY, M. F.
    BARTLEY, ELIJAH
    BARTLEY, McDANIEL
    BARTLEY, W. FRANKLIN
    BARTON, WILLIAM
    BENNETT, FIELDEN C.
    BESHANE, A. B.
    BLEVINS, LILBURN
    BONHAM, ALLEN
    BONHAM, WILLIAM R.
    BOURNE, HASTEN
    BOURNE, JOHN
    BOURNE, STEPHEN
    BOYER, EPHRAIM
    BOYER, ROBERT B.
    BREWER, CURRIN
    BREWER, GEORGE
    BREWER, JAMES C.
    BREWER, JOHN OAKS
    BREWER, LEWIS W.
    BURK, A. C.
    BURK, THOMAS
    BURRESS, TOM
    CARRICO, AARON K.
    CARRICO, CLARK
    CARRICO, GORDON K.
    CARRICO, LEVI K.
    CARRICO, MILES C.
    CARSON, CALEB FRANKLIN
    CARSON, JOHN W.
    CATES, JAMES P.
    CATRON, PETER K.
    CHOAT, JOSHUA S.
    CORNETT, CREED W.
    CORNETT, WILEY: 1st Sgt.
    CORNUTT, GEORGE
    CORNUTT, HEZEKIAH
    CROSSWHITE, WILLIAM L.
    DAVIS, ANDREW
    DAVIS, JAMES
    DeFREECE, DAVID
    DeFREECE, JAMES
    DELP, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Sgt.
    DELP, HUGH S.
    DELP, MICHAEL
    EDWARDS, VINCENT
    FIELDS, HENRY W.
    FORKNER, GIDEON
    FRANKLIN, JAMES
    GALYEAN, SAMUEL
    GALYEAN, WILLIAM: Drummer
    GOINS, WILLIAM P.
    GREENE, JOHN
    HACKLER, ANDREW JACKSON
    HARDWICK, S.
    HARRISON, ROBERT
    HASH, COLUMBUS
    HENDERSON, HENRY
    HENDERSON, WILLIAM
    HERRINGTON, CHARLES W.
    HIGGINS, ALEXANDER
    HIGGINS, ANDREW JACKSON: 2nd Sgt.
    HIGGINS, DAVID
    HIGGINS, GRIGGS: 5th Sgt.
    HIGGINS, LINVILLE Jr.
    HIGGINS, WILLIAM J.
    HILL, W. H.
    HOLDERFIELD, VALENTINE
    HOLDERFIELD, WILLIAM B.
    HUTCHINS, WILLIAM H.
    KEGLEY, HENRY H.
    KILBY, NELSON
    KILBY, THORNTON
    KING, WILLIAM P.: Corp.
    KIRBY, JOHN
    LARROWE, MARK D.
    LEATH, JAMES M.
    LIVESAY, BYRAM
    LIVESAY, CALVIN
    LUNDY, JOSIAH
    LUNDY, LAFAYETTE: Corp.
    MAHAFFEY, WILLIAM
    MARTIN, BILLY
    MASON, JAMES
    McBRIDE, JOSHUA
    McGRADY, HEZEKIAH
    McGRADY, JOSEPH
    MILLEGG, JOHN D.
    MILLER, FRANKLIN
    MILLER, HARVE
    MILLER, WILLIAM H.
    MOORE, ANDREW H.
    MURPHEY, STEPHEN
    NELSON, DANIEL R.
    PARKS, BARNETT
    PARKS, FIELDEN BEAX
    PARKS, ISAAC J.
    PARKS, RILEY PRESTON
    PATTON, SAMUEL
    PENNINGTON, ANDREW JACKSON
    PERKINS, JARED
    PHILLIPS, JOSEPH M.
    PHIPPS, MACAGAH
    PHIPPS, MARION
    PHIPPS, MORGAN
    POOL, DAVID
    PRICE, DAVID
    QUILLEN, SPENCER
    RECTOR, ANDREW JACKSON
    RECTOR, ENOS: 1st Sgt.
    RECTOR, JAMES C.
    RECTOR, JOHN
    RECTOR, WILEY G.
    RECTOR, WILLIAM
    REEDY, FRANKLIN
    REEDY, GRANVILLE W.
    REEDY, RILEY
    REEDY, SOLOMON
    RICHARDSON, ABNER
    ROBERTS, JOSEPH F.
    ROSE, RICHARD
    SAGE, ISHAM V.
    SAGE, VAN BUREN
    SHULER, JOSEPH M.
    SIMCOCK, WILLIAM R.
    SMITH, ROLLINS: Sgt.
    SOUTH, GIDEON
    SPENCER, WILLIAM: Corp.
    STAMPER, FRANKLIN A.
    STIDHAM, WILLIAM R.
    SUTHERLAND, FRANCIS MARION
    SWINDALL, JAMES D.
    SWINNEY, ISAAC M.
    TAYLOR, BEN
    THOMAS, STEPHEN S.: 4th Corp.
    TREMBLE, (TRIMBLE) GARLAND A.
    TUTOR, ABNER V.
    WARNER, JAMES
    WEAVER, ANDREW
    WEAVER, JASON
    WEAVER, WADE HAMPTON: Sgt.
    WEAVER, WILLIAM
    WILLEY, ANDREW
    WILLIAMS, HUGH
    WRIGHT, FLETCHER
    WRIGHT, GEORGE
    WYATT, STEPHEN
    YARBER, WILLIAM
    YOUNCE, PETER
    YOUNCE, STEPHEN
    YOUNG, FRANKLIN
    YOUNG, JOHN TYLER
    YOUNG, TIMOTHY F.
    YOUNG, WILLIAM P.: 4th Sgt.
    YOUNG, WILLIAM  

    Company D, (Captain John R. Francis' Company) was organized April 15, 1862, mainly from Montgomery County, Virginia residents. The company was formed at Peterstown in Monroe County, (West) Virginia by James M. French, enlisting officer. It was reported that 22 members of this company deserted in August 1863 during the march through Tennessee. The company was near Atlanta per the August 1864 muster roll, which is the last surviving roll.

    Officers:
    John R. Francis, Captain
    Wesley Isaac, 2nd Lieutenant
    James L. Bain, 1st Lieutenant/Captain
    Michael Lucas, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
    Thomas L. Sailes, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
    E. H. Callahan, 3rd Lieutenant/2nd Lieutenant
    Harvey P. Wilson, 2nd Lieutenant
    Erastus Taylor, 3rd Lieutenant

    Enlisted:

    AKERS, ANDERSON
    AKERS, DANIEL
    AKERS, ELIAS
    AKERS, GREEN B.: Corp.
    AKERS, J. A.
    AKERS, JOHN B.
    AKERS, SOLOMON
    ALBERT, CHARLES A.
    ALBERT, GEORGE L.
    ALBERT, PARIS N.
    ALBRIGHT, CALVIN S.: Sgt.
    ALBRIGHT, WILLIAM T.
    ALLEY, BALLARD P.
    ALLEY, PARIS L.: Co. D
    ALTIZER, JOHN (JEPTHA) GRIFFITH
    ALTIZER, RILEY R.
    ALTIZER, WILLIAM R.
    ANDERSON, C. A.
    BAKER, HENRY
    BAKER, THOMPSON
    BARNETT, WALTER
    BELL, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    BESS, C. D.
    BESS, JAMES C.
    BISHOP, WILLIAM B.
    BOYER, THOMAS L.
    BRADEN, HENRY
    BRANDEN, GEORGE
    BROCE, LEWIS L.
    BROWN, WILLIAM P.
    BURTON, WILLIAM L.: Sgt.
    CARDIN, JAMES W.
    CARDIN, JOHN
    CARDIN, REECE P.
    CHANDLER, MINNIS
    CLARK, JOHN M.: Sgt.
    CLARK, TIMOTHY
    COFFEE, JOHN A.
    COFFEE, JOSEPH A.
    COLE, JOHN H.
    COOK, BLAIN D.
    COOK, NOAH
    CORELL, ANDY
    CORELL, HENRY
    CRIGGER, JOHN A.
    CROCKETT, WILLIAM
    DAVIS, E.
    DAVIS, J. P.
    DAVIS, ROBERT
    DAWSON, G. H.
    DAWSON, WILLIAM F.
    DOBBINS, ANDREW JACKSON
    DOBBINS, E.
    DOBBINS, WILLIAM
    DOVE, JAMES C.
    DOVE, THOMAS
    DOVE, WILLIAM B.
    DOYLE, JAMES A.
    DOYLE, JOHN B.
    DUNCAN, GILES
    DUNCAN, ROBERT
    EARLEY, JOSEPH C.
    EKISS, LEWIS W.
    ELLIOTT, THOMAS
    ELSWICK, GILES L.
    EPPERLY, WILLIAM
    FINCH, WILLIAM
    FLINCHUM, WILLIAM C.
    GARDNER, JOHN F.
    GEARHART, HARVEY A.
    GEARHART, LARKIN T.
    GIBSON, MICHAEL
    GRAHAM, JAMES W.: Co. I(1)/D
    GRAHAM, JOSEPH E.
    GRICE, A.
    GRISSOM, JOHN C.: Corp.
    HALL, ANDREW
    HANLEY, H. A.
    HART, J. H.
    HAWLEY, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
    HAWLEY, JOHN
    HEREN, MICHAEL
    HESLIP, WILLIAM A.
    HESS, WILLIAM B.: Musician
    HOLLY, HENRY A.
    HOWARD, C. T.
    HOWARD, THOMAS L.
    HYRICK, W. H.
    JAMES, ANDREW JACKSON
    JONES, JAMES S. (G?)
    JUSTICE, JAMES
    KANODE, J.
    KANODLE, WILLIAM
    KEISTER, EDISON J.
    KESLER, JOHN L.: Corp.
    KINSER, JASPER
    KNODE, WILLIAM
    LAMBERT, FLEMMING J.
    LANE, CHARLES W.
    LASLEY, PHILIP
    LAWRENCE, THOMAS
    LEE, HENDERSON
    LeGRAND, J. N.
    LESTER, GEORGE E.
    LINKOUS, CHARLES W.
    LINKOUS, JOHN
    LITTEN, WILLIAM
    LORELL, REUBEN P.
    LOVERN, GEORGE
    LOVERN, STITH
    LUCAS, C. M.
    LUCAS, JOHN
    LUCAS SAMUEL W.
    McCORKLE, ANDREW JACKSON
    McCOY, JAMES H.: Sgt.
    McDANIEL, CHARLES F. Corp.
    McDONALD, EDWARD K.
    McFARLAND, JOHN
    MEADOWS, HEZEKIAH
    MICHUM, J. B.
    MILLER, JAMES F.
    MILLS, THOMAS
    MITCHELL, JAMES VAUGHN: Sgt.
    MOSES, ARCHEY
    MOYERS, DAVID A.
    MYERS, A. B.
    OWENS, GEORGE M.
    OWENS, JACKSON
    PALMER, EDEN R.
    POFF, JOHN R.: 2nd Corp.
    RANEY, THEOPHEELAS: UDC application only.
    ROOP, SAMUEL D.
    RUDY, WILLIAM
    SCAGGS, ARTIMUS J.
    SCAGGS, HUMPHREY
    SESLER, THOMAS
    SHELOR, DANIEL
    SIMPKINS, CALVIN D.
    SIMPKINS, MONROE
    SIMPSON, JOHN
    SKAGGS, WILLIAM
    SKANTING, N.
    SMITH, H. L.
    SMITH, THOMAS E.
    SPRADLIN, JAMES A.
    SUMNER, ISAIAH: Corp.
    SURFACE, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    TAYLOR, J. H.
    TAYLOR, SAMUEL
    TERRY, JACOB A.
    THOMPSON, JOHN H.
    THOMPSON, THOMAS H.
    TINSLEY, WILLIAM A.
    TURNER, JAMES
    TURNER, NELSON: Corp.
    VAUGHN, THOMAS J.
    VIARS, WILLIAM S.
    WARDON, WILLIAM
    WEAVER, JACOB H.
    WELLS, CHARLES
    WHITWORTH, JAMES M.
    WILSON, ERASTUS
    WILSON, JOSEPH J. M.: Sgt.
    WIMMER, BURRELL
    WOODS, JOHN G.

    Company E, (Captain David O. Rush's Company) was organized May 2, 1862 at Glade Springs, Washington Co., Virginia. from area residents. There are no special comments made in the muster rolls about unusual activities, or specific accounts of battle.

    Officers:
    David O. Rush, Captain
    William Preston Wallace, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
    G. C. McChesney, 1st Lieutenant
    Emmett B. Rush, 2nd Lieutenant
    Valentine Rust, 1st Lieutenant
    Samuel E. Carmack, Corp./3rd Lieutenant
    Abram T. F. Hamby, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant

    Enlisted:

    ABLE, ALEXANDER
    ABLE, JOSEPH H.
    ADAMS, JAMES F.
    ALLEN, JAMES D.
    BARKER, WILLIAM D.
    BARLOW, JOSEPH
    BARRETT, HENRY
    BASSETT, HENRY F.
    BITTLE, ROBERT F.
    BONDORANT, MARIONTINE M.
    BRIDGEMAN, DANIEL
    BRIDGEMAN, MATHEW S.: Co. I(1)/E
    BRIDGEMAN, WILLIAM M.
    BRIDGES, SANDY: Corp.
    BRUMMETT, ELISHA: Co. A/E
    BRYANT, MITCHELL: Co. C/E
    BUCHANAN, HENRY CLAY
    BUCHANAN, JOHN W.
    BUMGARDNER, FRANCIS
    BUNCHFIELD, J. R.
    BUSKELL, JAMES L.: Co. I(1)/E
    CAMPBELL, ROBERT L.
    CANTER, JAMES H.
    CANTER, ROBERT
    CARMITER, WILEY: Sgt.
    CLARK, ISAAC A.: Corp.
    COLLINS, J. W.
    CORBAT, WILLIAM
    COX, ALLISON
    DACON, JOHN C.
    DAVIS, CHARLES E.
    DAVIS, JOSEPH W.
    DAVIS, WILLIAM
    DENTON, DAVID C.
    DENTON, WILLIAM F.
    DIXON, HENRY D.
    DUNN, JAMES H.
    EADS, WILLIAM
    ELLIS, JAMES EDWARD
    FELTY, GEORGE F.
    FELTY, JOHN J.
    FELTY, MICHAEL
    FELTZ, MICHAEL: Co. I(1)/B/E
    FLEENOR, ALFRED P.
    FLEENOR, DAVID: PWR.
    FLEENOR, GASPER S.
    FLEENOR, RUFUS
    FLEENOR, WILLIAM
    FLEENOR, WILLIAM
    FLINT, L.: PWR.
    FRY, GABRIEL
    GALLIHON, JAMES
    GARRETT, ABRAM
    GILES, BENJAMIN T.
    GOBBLE, CHARLES
    GOBBLE, EMMET B.
    GOBBLE, L. H.
    GOODMAN, ISAAC STOFFLE
    GOODMAN, JAMES BAKER
    GOODMAN, JOHN BERT
    HALL, WILLIAM
    HANBY, WILLIAM A.
    HART, JAMES M.
    HARWOOD, JOSEPH ELCANY
    HENDRICK, THOMAS B.
    HENSLEY, WILLIAM H.
    LEWIS, JOHN: PWR.
    MARKS, LAYFETTE
    HOBBS, HARRISON
    HOBBS, JAMES
    HOBBS, JEROME
    HOBBS, LAFAYETTE C.
    HOBBS, MONROE E.
    HOPE, PETER J.
    HUTTON, G. H.: PWR.
    JOHNSON, HARRISON
    JOHNSON, THOMAS P.
    JONES, W. H.
    KAYLOR, JACOB
    KENSON, DAVID
    KESNOR, LEANDER, JR.: Sgt.
    KESTNER, DAVID C.
    KESTNER, LAND M.
    KING, JAMES A.: 1st Sgt.
    LANE, THOMAS
    LANE, WILLIAM E.
    LARGE, JAMES
    LEWIS, ISAAC C.
    LEWIS, J. C.
    LOOMIS, ________: 2nd Corp.
    McCAULEY, FRANCIS MARION
    McCHESNEY, THOMAS W.
    McCONNELL, A.
    McCONNELL, ABRAM A.
    McCONNELL, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    McCONNELL, JOHN A. D.
    McCRACKEN, ROBERT
    McGUIRE, R. C.
    MILLER, JOHN
    MILLER SAMUEL
    MOORE, WOODSON
    MUMPOWER, ISAAC B., Jr.
    MUMPOWER, WILLIAM HANCHER
    NUCKOLLS, RICHARD: 4th Sgt./1st Sgt.
    ODOM, LORENZO
    ONEY, JAMES D.
    ONEY, SAMUEL
    ORNDUFF, JAMES
    ORR, JAMES E.
    OWEN, JAMES GOODSON
    PARAGEN, ALFRED
    PARAGEN, DAVID
    PARAGEN, JOHN R.
    PARROTT, RUFUS M.
    PEMBERTON, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
    PERDUE, ANDREW G.
    PETERMAN, WILLIAM B.
    PHILLIPS, PATRICK
    PICKLE, DANIEL
    PICKLE, DANIEL
    PIPPIN, JAMES H.: 4th Sgt./2nd Sgt.
    PIPPIN, ROBERT J.
    POGUE, H. R.
    REEDY, JAMES
    RHEA, JOSEPH W.
    ROE, ELISHA
    ROSENBALM, JAMES H.
    RUDY, ELIAS
    RUSH, ANDREW J.: Sgt.
    RUSH, CAP.
    RUSH, D. B.
    RUSH, F. T.
    RUSH, GEORGE M. DALLAS
    RUSH, JAMES
    RUSH, WILLIAM C.: Corp.
    SAUL, STEPHEN
    SAUL, THOMAS L.
    SAUL, WILLIAM B.
    SHARETT, ISAAC
    SHARETT, JAMES ARTHUR
    SHOEMAKER, DAVID V.
    SMITH, GEORGE
    SMITH, JAMES A.
    STATZER, JAMES
    STOUT, ALFRED
    SUMMERS, ZACK L.: Co. I(1)/E
    THOMAS, HENRY A.
    THOMAS, J. C.
    THOMAS, PHILANDER C.
    TOMLENSON, ALEXANDER B.: 2nd Sgt., Co. I(1)/E
    TOMLINSON, WILLIAM M.
    TRENT, JOHN: Co. I(1)/E
    TRENT, LEWIS
    UELL, JAMES A.
    VAUGHN, ELIAS: Co. I(1)/B/E
    WEEKS, EDMOND F.
    WIDENER, F. P.
    WIDENER, WILLIAM E.
    WIDNER, FRANCIS MARION
    WIDNER, RUSSEL B.
    WIX, EDMOND F.
    WOOD, THOMAS
    WORLEY, FRANCIS
    WRIGHT, JAMES
    WYATT, E. C.: Co. I(1)/E
    YOUNG, SILAS

  • Company F, (Captain John E. Snodgrass' Company) was organized May 6, 1862, at Abingdon, mainly from Washington County, Virginia residents. The mustering officer was J. J. McMahon. At Chickamauga the company lost 1 killed, 1 mortally wounded - Captain Snodgrass, and "several severely wounded." The company commander reported action at Stone Side, Gerogia on February 25, 1864, which was 8 miles from camp at Dalton, Georgia. In an engagement at Tunnel Hill, Georgia, on March 3, 1864, the company lost one man wounded. The November 2 muster for September-October 1863 reports the company and regiment near Chattanooga, Tennessee. The July 18, 1864 muster for May-June 1864 shows they were located on the Chattahoochee River in Georgia, and on August 31, 1864 the company and regiment were in the field near Atlanta.

    Officers:
    John E. Snodgrass, Captain
    William J. Snodgrass, 2nd Lieutenant
    James Clark, 1st Lieutenant/Captain
    Cornelius Vanderpool, 2nd Lieutenant
    William P. Wallace, 1st Lieutenant
    James H. McCall, 3rd Lieutenant/2nd Lieutenant
    William L. McChesney, 1st Lieutenant
    David C. Owens, 3rd Lieutenant/2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant

    Enlisted:

    ADAMS, JAMES J.
    ADAMS, JOHN J.
    ALLEN, JAMES
    ASBURY, LORENZO DOW
    BARKER, JOHN
    BARLOW, MITCH: Corp.
    BIRD, ALEXANDER
    BLEVINS, ALLEN
    BLEVINS, JAMES
    BUCHANAN, COLUMBUS M.: 5th Sgt.
    BUCHANAN, REES H.
    CALLAHAN, ANDREW
    CALLAHAN, WILLIAM J.
    CASEY, WILLIAM
    CASSELL, WILLIAM W.
    CLARK, JAMES P.
    CLARK, WILLIAM T.
    COLE, ANDREW
    COLE, JOSIAH: Corp.
    COOPER, GILES
    COPENHAVER, JOHN S.
    CROW, ARTHUR H.: 3rd Sgt.
    CROW, ROBERT G.
    DAVIS, ASBURY H.
    DOSS, SAMPSON
    DUNN, F. S.: Co. I(1)/F
    EADS, GEORGE
    EADS, JAMES KELLY
    EADS, JOHN W.
    EADS, JOSIAH P.
    EADS, ROBERT C.
    EDMONDSON, DAVID
    EDMONDSON, GEORGE
    EDMONDSON, JAMES A.
    EDMONSON, JOHN M.: 2nd Sgt.
    EPLING, H. H.
    FADDIS, ANDREW: Co. A/F
    FARNSWORTH, WILLIAM B.
    FERGUSON, JOEL
    FERGUSON, WILLIAM M.
    GILL, THOMAS
    GROOSE, JOHN
    HARRIS, JOHN B.: 2nd Corp.
    HAWTHORN, SAMUEL T.
    HAYNES, WILLIAM J. R.
    HENEGAR, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
    HERRON, MIKLE
    HOLOWAY, R.
    HOMES, WILLIAM
    HUFFMAN, ALEXANDER W.
    HUFFMAN, GEORGE M.
    HUTTON, ARTHUR D.
    HUTTON, JAMES O.: 3rd Corp.
    HUTTON, JOHN A. P.: 3rd Sgt.
    HUTTON, JOSEPH L.
    HUTTON, LILBURN L.
    HUTTON, SAMUEL S.
    JAMES, THOMAS
    LANE, JAMES D.
    LARIMER, SAMUEL
    LEMMA, SAMUEL
    LITTLE, JAMES
    LOGAN, JOHN B.
    LOGAN, LEVI
    LOYD, SAMUEL
    MANAHAN, WILLIAM W.
    McCALL, JOHN
    McCALL, WILLIAM B.
    McCLELLAN, JAMES B.
    McCLOUD, ANDREW C.
    McCLOUD, DAVID A.: 2nd Corp
    McCORMACK, JOHN M.
    McCORMACK, PLEASANT
    McCORMACK, WESLEY
    McGLOCKLIN, HENRY
    McKEE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Co. I(1)/E/F
    MEADOWS, NEWLAND
    MILLAN, JOHN
    MONEYHON, WILLIAM
    NEAL, DANIEL H.
    ORR, CAMPBELL E.
    ORR, JAMES A.
    OWENS, JAMES
    OWENS, WILLIAM M.
    PENNINGTON, ABLE
    PENNINGTON, ABRAM
    PENNINGTON, CALLOWAY
    PENNINGTON, ELI
    PENNINGTON, SAMUEL
    PRICKETT, HENRY
    QUESENBERRY, JAMES S.
    QUESENBERRY, WILLIAM M.
    REECE, ROBERT
    REESE, STEPHEN: Co. E/F
    ROBERTS, THOMAS
    ROBINSON, HARDY (HARVEY) S.: Sgt.
    ROBINSON, PARKER S.
    ROE, BENJAMIN H.
    ROE, BENJAMIN J.
    ROE, ROBERT S.
    ROSENBALM, ADAM: 1st Sgt.
    ROSENBALM, JOHN S.
    SHARWOOD, ALBERT
    SHAVOR, JOHN: 5th Sgt.
    SHELTON, MATHEW R.
    SIRA, THOMAS
    SMITH, JOHN R.
    SMITH, SOLOMON
    SNODGRASS, WILLIAM J.
    SPARKS, EPHRAIM
    SPARKS, FRANCIS MARION
    SPEER, JOSEPH N. W.
    SPRIGGS, CARY
    STANFIELD, WILLIAM R.
    TAYLOR, CHARLES
    TAYLOR, JOHN
    THOMAS, JOHN G.
    THOMAS, JOHN W.
    THOMAS, JOSEPH M.
    THOMAS, M. J.
    THOMAS, MOSES E.
    THOMAS, THOMAS J.
    VANDERPOOL, PLEASANT
    VENABLE, WILLIAM
    WASHAM, WILLIAM F.
    WHITE, ROBERT
    WIDENER, JOHN W.
    WIDENER, NOAH B.
    WIDENER, WILLIAM M.
    WIDNER, ENEAS
    WIDNER, J. E.
    WIDNER, LAFAYETTE P. (M.)
    WIDNER, PHILIP J.
    WIDNER, SAMUEL E.
    WILLIS, FRANCIS
    WISE, CALVIN J. B.

  • Company G, (Captain Litrell Hickerson Hampton's Company) was organized May 15, 1862 at Camp Jackson, Wytheville, from mostly Grayson and a few Carroll County residents. Many of the original members of this company from Carroll County transferred to Co. I(2) when that company was formed January 17, 1863. At the same time 36 members of Co. C, also from Grayson Co., transferred to Co. G. The company was at Abingdon May 27, 1862, and at Saltville, July 3, 1863 when muster rolls were taken. At Chickamauga the company lost one officer killed, three privates killed and one officer was wounded. First Lieutenant A. S. Collins was in command just after the battle. The company was at Stony Face on February 25, 1864. Company G lost four killed in action and one captured on June 24, 1864 at Mt. Zion Church (also known as Kolb's Farm).

    Officers:
    Litrell H. Hampton, Captain
    Hamp. P. Wilson, 2nd Lieutenant
    Alexander S. Collins, 1st Lieutenant
    Ephraim Hampton, 2nd Lieutenant
    Giles Martin, 1st Lieutenant
    John Higgins, 2nd Lieutenant
    Thomas B. Hampton, 2nd Lieutenant/Captain
    Alexander Anderson, 3rd Lieutenant

    Enlisted:

    ARRINGTON, S. G.
    ATKINS, GEORGE WASHINGTON: Co. C/G
    ATKINS, MARSHALL C.: Sgt.
    ATKINS, MARTIN F.: 3rd Corp./Sgt., Co. C/G
    ATKINS, TRAVIS: Co. C/G
    BARBER, JEREMIAH
    BARKER, WILLIAM: Co. C/G
    BATEMAN, MARTIN
    BEDSAUL, JOHN H.
    BIRD, A. B.
    BLACKBURN, DOCTOR: Co. C/G, 1st Corp.
    BLEVINS, ANDREW: Co. C/G
    BLEVINS, JONATHAN: Co. C/G
    BLEVINS, WILLIAM MARSHALL
    BOURNE, JAMES L.
    BURCHAM, JAMES SMITH
    BYRD, ANTHONY
    CARRICO, FIELDEN H.: Corp., Co. C/G
    CARRICO, J. J.
    CARRICO, JAMES D.: Corp.
    CARRICO, JOHNSON
    CARRICO, RILEY GEROME
    CARSON, ROBERT GRIGGS: Sgt.
    COLLINS, SAM HOUSTON: 1st Sgt.
    COMBS, W. H.
    COOMES, WILLIAM H.: Co. C/G.
    DAVIS, AMAZIAH
    DAVIS, ANDREW JACKSON
    DAVIS, DANIEL
    DAVIS, ELBERT J.: Co. C/G
    DAVIS, ELIAS: 2nd Corp.
    DAVIS, ENOCH C.
    DAVIS, HENRY
    DAVIS, JEREMIAH: Corp.
    DAVIS, JONATHAN
    DAVIS, NATHAN
    DAVIS, RICHARD M.
    DEAN, LORENZO DOW
    DICKENS, REUBEN
    FINLEY, JOHN A.
    FINLEY, THOMAS J.
    FINLEY, WILLIAM R.
    FISHER, ALFRED B.: Co. C/G
    FISHER, GREENVILLE M.: Co. C/G
    FORKNER, JESSE: Co. C/G.
    FULTON, SAMUEL MONROE, Sr.
    GALYEAN, ANDERSON: Regimental Musician, Co. C/G
    GALYEAN, BYRON: Musician, Co. C/G
    GALYEAN, JAMES
    GALYEAN, TOLIVER: Regimental Musician, Co. C/G
    GAYLEAN, JEREMIAH: Musician, Co. C/G
    GENTRY, JONATHAN
    HACKLER, JOHN RILEY: Co. C/G
    HALE, FIELDEN H.
    HALL, JAMES B.
    HAMPTON, L. H.
    HAMPTON, WILLIAM D.
    HARRIS, ROBERT J.
    HARRIS, WILLIAM A.: Corp.
    HARRISON, HENRY
    HAWKS, ABRAHAM: Co. C/G
    HAYNES, JESSE: Co. C/G
    HIGGINS, HARDEN PRESTON: 3rd Sgt./2nd Sgt./Pvt., Co. C/G
    HIGGS, ALEXANDER
    HILL, LOY B.
    HILL, THOMAS B.
    JACKSON, HENRY
    JENKINS, JOHN G.
    JENNINGS, ALLEN: 3rd Sgt.
    JENNINGS, JOHN J.
    JENNINGS, THOMAS ALLEN: Co. C/G
    KEMP, JAMES H.
    KEMP, THOMAS H.
    KIRBY, JAMES
    KIRBY, JESSE
    LEWIS, JAMES: Co. C/G
    LOVELACE, LEANDER: Co. C/G
    LOWE, KIRBY: Co. C/G
    LOWE, SAMUEL: Co. C/G
    LUNDY, JOHN
    MALLORY, STEPHEN: Corp.
    MARSHALL, JOHN
    McKNIGHT, ANDREW
    MIDKIFF, JOHN S.
    MOORE, JOSHUA S.
    MOORE, NIMROD
    MURPHEY, ALVIN: Co. C/G
    MYERS, SAMUEL W.
    NORMAN, MELVIN R.: Co. C/G
    OVERBY, ALFRED: Co. C/G
    PHILLIPS, DAVID F.: Co. C/G
    POOL FIELDEN
    POOL, JAMES: 2nd Sgt., Co. C/G
    QUESENBERRY, THEOPHALUS
    RING, DAVID
    RING, FOUNTAIN
    RING, MARTIN: 4th Corp.
    SAWYERS, RICHARD L.: Co. C/G
    SCOTT, WOODFORD
    SHINAULT, JAMES
    SHINAULT, JOHN
    SHUMATE, JOHN H.
    SIMCOCK, JOSHUA S.: Co. C/G
    SIMCOCK, MARK R.: Sgt., Co. C/G
    SIMCOCK, MARTIN ELLIS: Co. C/G
    SMITH, ASBURY ROBERT: Co. C/G
    SMITH, JOHN
    SMITH, L.
    SMITH, LEWIS
    SUMNER, DAVID C.
    SUTHAND, R. D.
    SWAIN, J. F.
    THOMPSON, JOHN W.
    UTT, THOMAS HENRY
    VAUGHN, FIELDEN J.
    VAUGHN, JOHN
    WAGONER, ALLEN
    WALLACE, WILLIAM
    WALTON, MITCHELL: Co. C/G
    WEBB, CHARLES W.
    WEBB, JOHN
    WEBB, WILLIAM RICHARD
    WILLIAMS, JAMES
    WILSON, BERRY
    WILSON, ELWOOD
    WILSON, HOUSTON P.
    WYSONG, JOHN E.

    Company H, (Captain G. W. B. Keesling's Company) was organized May 15, 1862 at Camp Jackson, mainly from Wythe County, Virginia residents, with a few men from Smyth County thrown in for good measure. Muster rolls for this company are consistent with others in the regiment, but reveal no special details of the company's or regiment's activities.

    Officers:
    George W. B. Keesling, Captain
    Joseph Wassum, 2nd Lieutenant
    J. R. Wisely, 1st Lieutenant
    William L. Huddle, 3rd Lieutenant
    Sylvester Phillippe, 2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant/Captain
    William Painter, 3rd Lieutenant/Captain

    Enlisted:

    ADAMS, WILLIAM P.
    ALFORD, JAMES STEPHEN
    ANDERSON, ELI C.: Corp.
    ANDERSON, JOHN
    ARNEY, FRANK
    ARNOLD, WILLIAM F.
    ARNOLD, WILLIAM J.
    AVERY, FRANKLIN
    AVERY, JOHN
    BAUMGARDNER, EDWARD
    BAUMGARDNER, JACOB: Corp./Sgt.
    BAUMGARDNER, SYLVESTER
    BLESSING, WILLIAM J.
    BUCK, EPHRAIM
    BUCK, JAMES LAFAYETTE: Chief Musician
    BUMGARDNER, FRANK M.
    BUMGARDNER, JAMES A.
    BURKETT, HENRY THOMPSON
    CARPER, JOHN L.
    CATRON, EPHRAIM
    CATTERSON, E. D.
    CECIL, S. M.
    COLLINS, WAYMAN L.
    COLLINS, WILLIAM P.
    COPENHAVER, JOHN A.
    CRIGGER, EPHRAIM
    CRIGGER, JAMES M.
    CRIGGER, JOHN
    CRIGGER, LEONARD
    DAVIS, HENRY A.: Co. F/H
    DERTING, JOHN S.: Sgt.
    DUTTON, JONAS: Corp./Sgt.
    FELTY, SAMUEL S.
    FELTY, WILLIAM
    FISHER, HARVEY J.
    FOGLESONG, CHARLES WASHINGTON
    FRENCH, J. S.
    GRAY, DAVID: 3rd Sgt.(CSR)/1st Sgt.(PWR)
    GRAY, GEORGE W.: 1st Corp.
    GROGG, BILL
    GROGG, JAMES W.
    GROGG, JERRY A.
    GROGG, LEWIS G.: Color Sgt.
    GROGG, O. P. H. B.
    GROSECLOSE, ANDREW
    GROSECLOSE, JOHN H.
    GROSECLOSE, WILLIAM JONAS
    GRUBB, ANDREW JACKSON
    HALL, ALEXANDER
    HARDEN, WILLIAM
    HARKRADER, J. R.
    HEDRICK, JOSEPH WASHINGTON
    HELDRETH, ANDREW JACKSON
    HELDRETH, WILLIAM
    HENDRICK, JOHN
    HICKS, HENRY
    HORN, ISAAC
    HOUNDSHELL, ROBERT
    IRWIN, DANIEL P.
    JONAS, MARTIN
    JONES, RANDOLPH
    KEESLER, GORDON
    KEGLEY, ALEXANDER T.
    KEGLEY, ANDREW JACKSON
    KEGLEY, DOCTOR CHRISTIAN: Corp.
    KEGLEY, EPHRAIM
    KEGLEY, J. L.
    KEGLEY, JAMES L.
    KEGLEY, LEVI H.
    KEISTER, GORDON
    LAMBERT, ELI
    LAMBERT, JACKSON: Sgt.
    LINDSAY, CALVIN STUART
    LOUTHAN, JOHN W.: Corp.
    MATNEY, WILLIAM HENRY
    MATTING, HENRY
    MESSERSMITH, ANDREW: Corp.
    MUSSER, MICHAEL J.: Co. K/H
    NEESE, GEORGE J.: Co. H, A/H,
    NEESE, WAYMAN L.
    NEFF, MICHAEL: Corp./Sgt.
    NEFF, WILLIAM
    NELSON, ISOM: Corp.
    NEWMAN, JOHN
    NUTTER, JOHN
    PAINTER, AUGUSTUS C.
    PAINTER, JAMES F.: Sgt.
    PAINTER, L. E.
    PARK, FREELING
    PARK, IVY NEWTON
    PARKS, WHELAN W.
    PATTON, ISAIAH C.
    PATTON, JOHN J.
    PATTON, RUSSEL
    PHILLIPPI, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: 3rd Sgt.
    PHILLIPPI, ZACHARIAH M.
    PHILLIPS, JOHN: 4th Sgt.
    POWERS, E. B.
    PRIMM, DAVID
    SHOCKLEY, JOHN WESLEY
    SIMMERMAN, ALEXANDER C.
    SIMMERMAN, ANDREW JACKSON
    SIMMERMAN, CHRISTOPHER
    SISK, GIDEON
    SMITH, JOHN J.
    SNAVELY, ALEXANDER SMYTH
    SOULTIEN, J. W.
    SPRAKER, NOAH
    STEFFEY, JOHN FRANKLIN: 4th Corp.
    STONE, GRANVILLE A.
    SULT, HARVEY
    SULT, RUFUS
    SWECKER, ISAAC N.
    TARTAR, JAMES H.
    TARTAR, JAMES
    THOMAS, JACOB
    THOMPSON, JEZRAEL
    TOBLER, JONAS
    TURNER, G. B. N.
    UMBERGER, JOHN P.
    UMBERGER, JOHN
    WALK, JESSE F.
    WALTERS, JAMES
    WALTERS, JOHN B.
    WAMPLER, GEORGE
    WEAVER, ALBERT JOSIAH
    WILLIAMS, CHARLES A.
    WISELY, ISAAC N.: Corp.
    WISELY, JOEL
    WYRICK, WILLIAM A.

    Company I(1st), (Captain David C. Dunn's Company also known as the Floyd Blues) was organized July 5, 1861 as Co. G (1st), 50th Virginia Infantry. The company was reorganized April 1, 1862 at Abingdon, Virginia and transferred to the 63rd. Part of the company were holdovers and part were recruits. The company was disbanded about January 1863 when some transferred to other companies. Captain David C. Dunn, company commander and enlistment officer was elected Lieutenant Colonel on May 10, 1863. The second commander, James R. Deadmore resigned September 5, 1862 per his service record. David Dunn was actively recruiting a Battalion, which he was to command, but plans changed and his units were incorporated into the 63rd.

    Information from the compiled service record of the 50th Virginia, give the following information about this company's activities for the first year of the war. The company mustered in with the 50th on July 5, 1861 at Abingdon. The first muster roll covers the period July 5 to September 1, 1861, dated September 5, 1861 at Camp Gauley, Nicholas County, Virginia.

    Had engagement with Yankees under notorious Col. Tyler of fur trade notoriety. It was about 6 o'clock in the morning of August 26 at Cross Lanes when we took their right flank pouring our shot into them. Drove them in utter confusion to the Mountain and capturing many in killed & prisoners near 130 taking wagons, ambulance 4 horse guns to us prizes. Marched from Camp Jackson, Wytheville via Newbern, Old Sweet Springs, White Sulphur, Lewisburg, Big Sewell Mountain to Gauley River in Nicholas County, distance about 300 miles.

    The second muster for service while in the 50th, gives the following information in the notes. This muster was for the period September 1 1861 to January 1, 1862, and taken at Dublin Depot.

    Was in the battle of Carnifex Ferry on September 10, 1861 enemy under Genl. Rosecranz. Suffered no loss in killed or wounded, retreated leaving 26 rifles all our tents & camp equipment. Having such a large number of sick it was impossible to haul or carry them. Company Detailed to guard Blue Sulphur Hosp. on the 18th of Sept. Ordered to White Sulphur Hosp. as a guard at that point on 1 Oct. & remained at that bet (sic) until ordered to Meadow Bluff to drive back some Dutch Cavalry. Returned to White Sulphur Springs & was ordered to Dublin Depot as guard to that point on the 2d of January 1862. We had in charge 3 Yankee prisoners taken at Meadow Bluff.

    Officers:
    David C. Dunn, Captain/Lieutenant Colonel
    Ferman H. McCormack, 2nd Lieutenant
    James R. Deadmore, Captain
    Robert Wohlford, 2nd Lieutenant
    James Carroll, 1st Lieutenant

    Enlisted:

    ALLEN, JOHN J.
    ALLISON, WILLIAM: 2nd Sgt.
    CHRISTIAN, DAVID J.
    COOK, THOMAS
    COOPER, WILLIAM F.
    CRAWFORD, JAMES
    CROWEL, JOSEPH
    DAVIDSON, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    DAVIS, GEORGE
    DAVIS, WILLIAM
    FIMUSEE, DENNIS
    FORD, WILLIAM
    FRIENDE, WILLIAM
    GERMAN, WILLIAM
    HAYNES, JAMES M.
    LANE, THOMAS
    LEONARD, BRADLEY
    LEONARD, SAMUEL: 4th Corp.
    McFARLAND, ELMER H.
    MURPHEY, JOHN
    QUEENSBERRY, LEWIS
    REESE, PARKER
    REESE, STEPHEN
    RUTHERFORD, ALEXANDER
    STANFIELD, WILLIAM B.
    WHITAKER, DAVID
    WIDNER, JOHN
    WORLEY, B. R.: 1st Sgt.

    Company I(2nd), (Captain Giles S. Martin's Co.), was organized January 17, 1863, from 77 men who transferred from Co. G, 63rd. This company was made up of men from Carroll County, Virginia. The company was fortunate in being ordnance train guards at the Battle of Chickamauga. They were supplemented by several men recruited in Carroll County in August 1863, several of which were veterans of other Confederate military organizations. The most complete of the post-war rosters exist for this company.

    Officers:
    Giles S. Martin, Captain
    Walter C. Carter, 2nd Lieutenant
    Webb, Isaac, 1st Lieutenant
    Samuel Robinson, 2nd Lieutenant
    Alexander Anderson, 3rd Lieutenant & Regimental Adjutant

    Enlisted:

    ALDERMAN, CHESLEY MONROE: Co. G/I(2)
    ALDERMAN, CHURCHWELL JONES: Co. G/I(2)
    ALLISON, CHARLES WILLIAM: Corp., Co. G/I(2)
    ARRINGTON, WILLIAM H.: Co. G/I(2)
    ATKINS, KENLY C.: Co. G/I(2)
    BEDSAUL, ELISHA: Co. G/I(2)
    BEDSAUL, WILKINSON: Co. G/I(2)
    BOLEN, ISAAC ANDREW JACKSON: 1st Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
    BOWMAN, MARCUS LAFAYETTE: Co. G/I(2)
    BRANSCOMB, ALFRED M.: Co. G/I(2)
    BUNN, THOMAS FRANKLIN: Co. G/I(2)
    BURCHAM, ISAAC: Co. G/I(2)
    BURCHAM, WILLIAM PENN: Co. G/I(2)
    CHAPPELL, ISAAC: Co. G/I(2)
    CHRISLEY, GUILFORD R.: Co. G/I(2)
    CHRISLEY, JAMES H.: 3rd Corp., Co. G/I(2)
    COX, HUGH: Drummer, Co. G/I(2)
    COX, WILLIAM: Regimental Fife Major, Co. G/I(2)
    DICKERSON, HENRY H.
    EDWARDS, JORDAN C.: Co. G/I(2)
    FARMER, JOHNSON: Co. G/I(2)
    FIELDS, JOSEPH
    FOWLER, EDMOND: Pvt./Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
    GOAD, ANDREW
    GOAD, FIELDEN L.
    GOAD, SPENCER, Sr.
    GRAVELY, JAMES: Co. G/I(2)
    GRAVELY, JOSEPH LOGAN
    HALL, JOHN B.: Co. G/I(2)
    HARDY, JAMES SAMUEL
    HAWKS, ANDREW B.: 3rd Corp., Co. G/I(2)
    HAWKS, JAMES C.: Co. G/I(2)
    HENDRICK, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    HILL, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS: Co. G/I(2)
    HORTON, BENJAMIN: Corp., Co. G/I(2)
    HORTON, WILLIAM RILEY: Co. G/I(2)
    JENNINGS, ANDREW JACKSON: Co. G/I(2)
    LAMBERT, JOHN
    LARGEN, ANDERSON: Co. G/I(2)
    LARGEN, BARTON
    LARGEN, ROBERT: Co. G/I(2)
    LYONS, JAMES WILLIAM: Co. G/I(2)
    MABERRY, LOUIRA "Ira": Co. G/I(2)
    MARSHALL, WILLIAM: Co. G/I(2)
    MARTIN, BYRAM: 1st Corp., Co. G/I(2)
    MARTIN, CHARLES
    MARTIN, GILES S.: 1st Lt./Capt., Co. G/I(2)
    MARTIN, JAMES: 2nd Corp., Co. G/I(2).
    McCANE, JESSE
    MOSER, LEWIS B.: Co. G/I(2)
    NESTER, JOHN: Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
    NEWMAN, PRESTON F.: 4th Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
    OGLE, CANAAN: Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
    OGLE, ELIJAH
    OGLE, GORDON: Co. G/I(2)
    OGLE, ISAAC
    OGLE, JOHN
    OGLE, THOMAS: Co. G/I(2)
    OUSLEY, JOHN
    PARKER, JOHN: Co. G/I(2)
    PHILLIPS, KENLY
    POTTER, WILLIAM COLUMBUS: Co. G/I(2)
    PUCKETT, COSLEY H.: Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
    QUESENBERRY, JOSHUA: Co. G/I(2)
    QUESENBERRY, WILLIAM: Co. G/I(2)
    QUESENBERRY, ASA RICHARD: Co. G/I(2)
    QUESENBERRY, JOSHUA: Co. G/I(2)
    QUESENBERRY, WILLIAM: Co. G/I(2)
    RICHARDSON, FLOYD: Co. G/I(2)
    RICHARDSON, LEWIS: Co. G/I(2)
    RICHARDSON, LORENZO DOW: Co. G/I(2)
    ROBINSON, WILLIAM
    SHADRACK, LEMUEL: Co. G/I(2)
    SHINAULT, DAVID JACKSON
    SHINAULT, JONATHAN: Co. G/I(2)
    SHOCKLEY, MEREDITH: Co. G/I(2)
    SMITH, GEORGE: Co. G/I(2)
    SPENCE, JAMES
    SPENCER, NOAH: Co. G/I(2)
    STANLEY, ELIJAH: Co. G/I(2)
    STANLEY, THOMAS: Co. G/I(2)
    SURRAT, JAMES ALFRED: Co. G/I(2)
    SUTHERLAND, DILLON: Co. G/I(2)
    SUTPHIN, WELSEY: Pvt./Sgt./Pvt., Co. G/I(2)
    TURNER, ALEXANDER: 3rd Sgt., Co. G/I(2)
    UTT, JAMES H.: Co. G/I(2)
    VIARS, AMOS L.
    WALK, AMOS: Co. G/I(2)
    WARD, ROBERT: Co. G/I(2)
    WEBB, ANDERSON
    WEBB, ANDREW C.: Co. G/I(2)
    WEBB, GENERAL HENRY: Co. G/I(2)
    WEBB, GREENVILLE: Sgt.
    WEBB, ISAAC: 1st Lt., Co. G/I(2).
    WEBB, WIN R.: Co. G/I(2)
    WEBB, JOHN J.: Co. G/I(2)
    WEBB, JOHN R.: Pvt./Corp./2nd Sgt., Co. G/I(2).
    WOOLWINE, JACOB
    WORRELL, CARTER: Co. G/I(2)
    WORRELL, ISHAM
    WORRELL, LEWIS: Co. G/I(2)
    WORRELL, LORENZO DOW
    WORRELL, RAMSEY

    Company K, (Captain John C. Killinger's Co.), was organized April 1, 1862, mainly of men from Smyth County. Officers who made out muster rolls for this company did not note any special activities for this company. Special orders 149 ordered this company transferred from the 63rd to Major Wharton's Battalion Virginia Volunteers on June 28, 1862. This order was never implemented. This company was slated for replacement by Captain A. J. Porterfield's Company. The latter company, which had enlisted on April 18, 1862, became Company H 2nd of the 36th Virginia Infantry.

    Officers:
    John C. Killinger, Captain
    James W. Sheffy, 2nd Lieutenant
    John F. Oury, 1st Lieutenant/Captain
    John W. Williams, 2nd Lieutenant
    David D. Hull, 2nd Lieutenant/Captain
    Samuel Cole, 3rd Lieutenant/2nd Lieutenant/1st Lieutenant
    James M. Anderson, 2nd Lieutenant

    Enlisted:

    ALLISON, JAMES P.
    ALLISON, JOHN P.: 1st Corp., Co. F/K
    ALLISON, MARTIN VAN BUREN
    ALLISON, WILLIAM HENRY
    ANDERSON, ELLIS
    ANDERSON, LEANDER
    ARNEY, JOHN
    BENNETT, WILLIAM W.
    BOLEN, HENRY P.
    BONHAM, J. H.
    BOOTHE, HUGH
    BOOTHE, JOHN
    BRIDGEMAN, GEORGE
    BROWN, BAZZEL
    BRUNER, JOHN M.
    BURHART, HENRY
    BURKE, J. H.
    BURKETT, ANDREW JACKSON
    BURKETT, JAMES H.
    BURKETT, MICHAEL
    BURNETT, WILLIAM W.
    CALLUP, JOHN H.
    CLEGHORN, THOMAS
    COE, ARCHIBALD
    COLLINS, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    COLLUP, ADAM
    COLLUP, JAMES S.
    COLLUP, JOHN H.
    COPENHAVER, HAWKINS
    COPENHAVER, HENRY
    COPENHAVER, L. H.: Sgt.
    COPENHAVER, REUBEN M.: Corp.
    CORDELL, ABNER
    CORNWELL, NATHAN G.
    COWEN, ELI
    CRABTREE, GABRIEL
    DAVIDSON, JAMES
    DeBORD, WILLIAM B.
    DeBORD, WILLIAM H.
    DeBORD, WILLIAM
    EGGER, LANDREN
    EPLING, PAUL
    FALKE, CHARLES C.
    FLEMON, GULLION
    FRAZIER, ANDREW
    FRAZIER, J. W.
    GARNER, JAMES
    GILLMORE, JAMES H.
    GILPIN, JOEL
    GOFF, SAMUEL A.
    GOODMAN, ABRAHAM
    GOODMAN, ISAAC
    GOODMAN, WILLIAM W.
    GULLION, FLEMING
    GULLION, WILLIAM
    HARRIS, JOHN T.: 4th Sgt./Pvt.
    HEATER, W. T.
    HENAGER, THOMAS
    HENDERLITERZ, JEREMIAH H.
    HENEGAR, BENJAMIN: 4th Sgt.
    HENEGAR, SAMUEL
    HERRING, LEVI C.
    HESTER, WILLIAM T.
    HEURTIZE, WILLIAM: 2nd Sgt./Pvt.
    HINES, A. L.
    HOLMES, JAMES H.
    HOLMES, WILLIAM
    HOOKS, REUBEN
    HUFF, WILLIAM S.: Co. F/K
    HUTTON, WILLIAM D.
    JONES, A. G.
    JONES, DANIEL E.
    JONES, DAVID C.
    JONES, GEORGE A.
    JONES, HARVEY
    JONES, JOSEPH P.
    JONES, W. H.
    KEGLEY, DANIEL FRANKLIN: Corp.
    KELLEY, JAMES A.
    KENSLER, JOHN M.
    LEWIS, JAMES R.
    LLOYD, WILLIAM
    LOYD, ROBERT B.: Corp.
    McCULLOP, ADAM
    MUSSER, DAVID
    MUSSER, ELI
    MUSSER, ELIJAH
    MUSSER, THOMAS J.
    MUSSER, WILLIAM J.: Corp.
    OVERBY, ALEXANDER
    PHILLIPS, JAMES K.
    PICKLE, JOHN H.
    PIKE, A. P.
    PIKE, HUGH: Sgt.
    PORTER, THOMAS JEFFERSON: Sgt.
    POWELL, ISAIAH ELESBETH
    POWELL, JAMES E.
    PRUNER, H. C.
    PRUNER, JOHN M.
    PRUNER, H. C.
    PRUNER, JOHN M.
    QUESENBERRY. JOHN H. T.: Corp.
    RECTOR, CREED F.: 3rd Sgt.
    RICHARDSON, WILLIAM R.
    RIGNEY, ELIJAH
    ROLEN, PHILIP J.
    ROLEN, WASHINGTON T.
    SAWYERS, JAMES S.
    SCOTT, CHARLES WYTHE
    SCOTT, JOHN MITCHELL
    SILLY, WILLIAM
    SMITH, WILLIAM R.
    SNAVELY, JOHN P. F.
    SNIDER, JAMES R.
    SNIDER, PETER L.: Pvt./Sgt.
    SUMPTER, GEORGE
    TAYLOR, CHARLES W.
    TAYLOR, WILLIAM H.
    TERRY, WILLIAM
    THOMAS, JAMES J.
    THOMAS, THOMAS JEFFERSON
    WASSUM, JACOB C.
    WHITLEY, WILLIAM J.
    WILLIAMS, ANDREW JACKSON
    WILLIAMS, NATHANIEL H.
    WOLF, ALFRED H.
    WOLF, ELIJAH
    WOLF, GEORGE WASHINGTON
    WOLF, HENRY C.
    WOLF, ISRAEL CLAY: 5th Sgt.
    WOLF, JAMES D.
    WOLF, THOMAS E.
    WOLFE, J. CLAY: 1st Sgt.
    WOLFE, J. FRANCIS
    WOLFE, MICHAEL
    WRIGHT, HUGH O'NEAL: Sgt.
    WYATT, ANDREW K.

    Unknown Companys

    FAULKNER, GIDEON P.: Co. ?
    FRIEDLIN, A. C.: Co. ?
    HULL, J. CRAWFORD: Co. ?
    LEWIS, ABRAHAM E.: Co. ?.
    MOORE, ALGERNON SIDNEY: Co. ?
    WIDNER, L. M.: Co. ?

    The 63rd Virginia Infantry had the distinction of being one of only four Virginia units which did not serve with the Army of Northern Virginia. Along with the 54th Virginia Infantry, the 63rd spent most of the war in Alexander Welch Reynolds' Brigade in the Army of Tennessee.


     

    For more information on this unit, see Weaver, Jeffrey C. 63rd Virginia Infantry, published by H. E. Howard, Inc., Rt. 2 Box 496H, Appomattox, VA 24522.

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