By Mary Alice M. Hasty, Hazel M. Winfree
Civil battle Roster of Davie County, North Carolina: Biographies of 1,147 males sooner than, in the course of and After the clash КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: McFarland & corporation, IncАвтор(ы): Mary Alice M. HastyЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2009Количество страниц: 287ISBN: 978-0-7864-3857-0Формат: pdf (e-book)Размер: 6,21 mbIt may be acknowledged that Davie County, North Carolina, entered the Civil warfare in basic terms reluctantly. As past due as February of 1861, a statewide poll calling for a practice on secession were defeated through a comparatively small margin of votes. In Davie County, even if, a few 754 humans voted opposed to the conference, with purely 263 in desire. but regardless of the preliminary competition, a massive variety of Davie County males signed as much as struggle. Out of a inhabitants of 6,000, greater than 1,200 males served within the accomplice forces, three-fourths of them volunteers. This publication seeks to spot each guy who both served in a Davie County corporation or who left Davie County to enlist in one other county and to supply as a lot details as attainable pertaining to each one man's army and genealogical historical past. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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Daniel’s name is listed on the Memorial Monument for the Davie County men who died in the Civil War, 1861–1865. 90. Blackwood, John B. C. C. Troops John was born in 1843. He was the son of John Smith of Ijames (1799) and Temy Blackwood (1819, Davie). John B. was a farmer in the Farmington District until he enlisted in Davie County at age 18 on May 21, 1861. He was present or accounted for until he was wounded in the left hand at Gaines’ Mill, Virginia, June 27, 1862. He rejoined the company in November–December, 1862, and was present or accounted for through April 28, 1864; he was, however, reported absent sick or absent on detail during most of that period.
C. C. R. enlisted at Camp Vance on January 25, 1864, for the war. He was present or accounted for until he died in hospital at Gordonsville, Virginia, April 15, 1864. The cause of death was not reported. ’s name is listed on the Memorial Monument for the Davie County men who died in the Civil War, 1861–1865. 83 29 77. Bently, A. C. State Troops Abner was born in 1839 in North Carolina. In 1860 he was a laborer living in the Smith Grove District, married to Mary J. Bentley, with a son, John H. (1859).
By April 14, 1865, Colonel Booe’s Home Guards “were still under arms at Lexington,” North Carolina, (according to Clark, Walter, ed. Vol. IV). M. resumed his life as a farmer and patriarch. The household in Mocksville consisted of thirteen residents in 1870— eight of them being family with the rest being servants or boarders. Alexander Martin Booe died on March 26, 1895. He is buried in Rose Cemetery with his wife Sarah and several of their children. Booe 97 97. W. Private • William E. C. C. C.
Civil War Roster of Davie County, North Carolina: Biographies of 1,147 Men Before, During and After the Conflict by Mary Alice M. Hasty, Hazel M. Winfree