Number 314. Confederate Roll of Honor

   

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in Part 1 (Serial Number 80)

Numbers 314. Confederate Roll of Honor.1

GENERAL ORDERS,
ADJT. AND INSP. GENERAL’S OFFICE,
Numbers 87.
Richmond, Va., December 10, 1864.

I. The following Roll of Honor is published in accordance with paragraph I, General Orders, Numbers 131, 1863. It will be read to every regiment in the service at the first dress parade after its receipt:

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BATTLES NEAR PETERSBURG, VA.

(July 30, 1864.)

ALABAMA.

Eighth Regiment Alabama Infantry.

Sergt. John H. Deaton, Company E.

Ninth Regiment Alabama Infantry.

Private John M. Critcher, Company K.

Eleventh Regiment Alabama Infantry.

Private James N. Keeton, Company G.

GEORGIA.

Third Regiment Georgia Infantry.

Corpl. F. J. Herndon, Company F.

VIRGINIA.

Sixth Regiment Virginia Infantry.

Private Walter B. Wellons, Company H.

Sixteenth Regiment Virginia Infantry.

Lieutenant Colonel R. O. Whitehead.

Captain L. R. Kilby, Company B.

Lieutenant Joseph B. Goodwin, Company F.

Corpl. Sol. V. Butler, Company D.

Private David Barnes, Company G.

Private A. J. Sadler, Company F.

Private W. F. Lane, Company G.

Forty-first Regiment Virginia Infantry.

Private Lemuel Tucker, Company B.

Private John W. Miles, Company D.

Sixty-first Regiment Virginia Infantry.

Lieutenant St. Julien Wilson, Company C.

Lieutenant J. J. Bilisoly, Company D.

Sergt. Peter F. Howell, Company G.

Corpl. W. H. Harrison, Company A.

Corpl. John E. Foreman, Company E.

(August 21, 1864.)

SOUTH CAROLINA.

Twenty-seventh Regiment South Carolina Infantry.

Private J. D. Stoney (orderly to Brigadier-General Hagood), Company —

WELDON RAILROAD.

MISSISSIPPI.

Second Regiment Mississippi Infantry.

Corpl. S. L. Neely (since dead), Company A.

Private Z. E. Vernor, Company B, August 18, 1864.

Corpl. Matthew Knox, Company B, August 19, 1864.

Private George H. Turner,a Company C, August 18, 1864.

Private James L. Anderson,a Company C, August 19, 1864.

Private S. T. Fife, Company E, August 19, 1864.

Corpl. W. C. Handley, Company G, August 18, 1864.

Private P. McAnnally, Company G, August 19, 1864.

Private T. W. Billingsley,a Company I, August 18, 1864.

Private R. A. Sims, Company I, August 19, 1864.

Private J. T. Stanly, Company K, August 18, 1864.

Private B. F. Trammell, Company K, August 19, 1864.

Private T. J. S. Robinson,a Company L, August 18, 19, 1864.

Companies D and F declined making selections.

Twenty-sixth Regiment Mississippi Infantry.

Private E. Cothran (since dead), Company A.

Corpl. W. H. Ross, Company B.

Private Peter Harden, Company C.

Corpl. A. R. Waite (since dead), Company D.

Private J. G. Ruthven, Company E.

Private G. P. Willis, Company F.

Corpl. S. M. Whitaker, Company G.

Private David Matthews, Company H.

Private G. M. Rowan, Company I.

Private Joab Hale,a Company K.

Forty-second Regiment Mississippi Infantry.

Private Lee Taylor,a Company A, August 18, 1864.

Private John A. Ezell, Company A, August 19, 1864.

Private B. W. Ross, Company B, August 18, 1864.

Private W. B. Scott, Company B, August 19, 1864.

Sergt. E. Leroy Gray, Company C, August 18, 1864.

Private Samuel Bailey, Company C, August 19, 1864.

Sergt. J. M. Boyd, Company D, August 18, 1864.

Private B. M. Blackwell, Company D, August 19, 1864.

Sergt. F. E. Smith, Company E, August 18, 1864.

Sergt. Calvin McElroy, Company E, August 19, 1864.

Private John House, Company F, August 18, 1864.

Private Obadiah Collam, Company F, August 19, 1864.

Private M. B. Hamilton, Company G, August 18, 1864.

Private J. M. Bachelor, Company G, August 19, 1864.

Corpl. William M. Taylor, Company H, August 18, 1864.

Private Luico M. Due, Company H, August 19, 1864.

Private Lee Campbell, Company I, August 18, 1864.

Private R. W. Harlan, Company I, August 19, 1864.

Private Jeremiah Phillips, Company K, August 18, 1864.

Sergt. J. D. Lowry, Company K, August 19, 1864.

aKilled in action.

NORTH CAROLINA.

Fifty-fifth Regiment North Carolina Infantry.

Private Henderson Love, Company A, August 19, 1864.

Sergt. J. A. Herbert, Company B, August 19, 1864.

Private P. D. Wilson, Company C, August 18, 1864.

Private G. H. Champion, Company D, August 18, 1864.

Private Wilie Gurgamus,a Company E, August 19, 1864.

Private P. R. White, Company F, August 19, 1864.

Private John W. Powell,a Company G, August 19, 1864.

Private A. Bolick, Company H, August 19, 1864.

Private Green R. May, Company I, August 18, 1864.

Private L. C. Daniel, Company K, August 19, 1864.

First Battalion, Confederate Infantry.

Sergt. A. Hembree, Company A.

Sergt. A. D. Stoude, Company B.

Private John Dunnigan, Company C.

Sergt. J. Maddon, Company F.

Private John McNamara, Company I.

BATTLE OF REAMS’ STATION, WELDON RAILROAD.

(August 25, 1864.)

NORTH CAROLINA.

Forty-seventh Regiment North Carolina Infantry.

Lieutenant J. W. Jones, acting adjutant.

Lieutenant Thomas Taylor, Company K.

Private Joseph J. Bisset, Company A.

Private Kerney W. Perry, Company B.

Sergt. James H. Jones, Company C.

Private Burton Winstead, Company D.

Private John P. Bailey, Company E.

Private J. W. May, Company G.

Private S. Johnson, Company H.

Private Charles Cooper, Company I.

Private William S. Kernodle, Company K.

Company F declined making a selection.

FORT HARRISON.

(September 30, 1864.)

ALABAMA.

Fifteenth Regiment Alabama Infantry.

Corpl. M. L. Harper,a Company B.

Private W. H. Cooper, Company C.

Private R. S. Jones, Company D.

Corpl. B. J. Martin, Company E.

Private A. Jackson, Company F.

Private D. C. Cannon, Company G.

Private J. T. Rushing, Company I.

Private C. J. Fauk, Company K.

Corpl. T. R. Collins, Company L.

Companies A and H made no selections.

DARBYTOWN ROAD.

(October 7, 1864.)

ALABAMA.

Fifteenth Regiment Alabama Infantry.

Private A. E. Averett, Company A.

Sergt. W. W. Johnson, Company D.

Sergt. J. R. Edwards, Company E.

Private H. V. Glenn, Company F.

Private H. F. Satcher, Company G.

Sergt. B. G. Barnett, Company I.

Corpl. W. F. Hill, Company K.

Private J. F. Bean, Company L.

The other companies declined making a selection.

aKilled in action.

(October 13, 1864.)

Fifteenth Regiment Alabama Infantry.

Private W. H. Quartlebum, Company D.

Private A. Powell, Company E.

Private John Jackson, Company F.

Private E. Grice, Company K.

Private Lee Lloyd, Company L.

Other companies declined selecting.

MISCELLANEOUS ENGAGEMENTS.

First Battalion Confederate Infantry.

Corpl. B. J. Hugan, Company B-Corinth, Port Hudson, Grand Gulf, Baker’s Creek, Wilderness.

Private John Kelly, Company C-Fort Pillow, Corinth, Grand Gulf, Port Hudson.

Sergt. Adolph W. Leslie, Company E-Fort Pillow, Corinth, Port Hudson, Baker’s Creek, Jackson, Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court-House. (Killed in latter engagement.)

Private Patrick Finegan, Company F-Corinth, Port Hudson, Grand Gulf, Baker’s Creek, Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court-House, Bethesda Church.

Private Mitchell Smith, Company I-Fort Pillow, Corinth, Fort Hudson, Grand Gulf, Baker’s Creek, Jackson, Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court-House, Liberty Mills, Cold Harbor.

Twenty-sixth Battalion Virginia Infantry.

Lieutenant H. B. Craig (adjutant)-New Market, Cold Harbor.

Sergt. George A. Woodrum (color-bearer)-New Market, Cold Harbor. (Both killed in the latter engagement.)

Jeff. Davis Legion Cavalry.

Captain David Waldhauer, Company F-Frederick City, Md.

Second Lieutenant W. W. Gordon, Company F-Frederick City, Md.

Second Lieutenant J. McLeod Turner, Company F-Stevensburg.

Second Lieutenant Joshua Thorn, Company A-Stevensburg.

Private Thomas Metcalf,a Company A-Funkstown, Md.

Private E. T. Tayloe, Company E-Fleetwood.

Private M. D. Prendergast, Company F-Rappahannock River.

Sergt. L. H. Clemens, Company F-Rappahannock River.

Private John Robinson, Company C-Frying Pan.

Private William P. Lake, Company F-Brandy Plains.

Private Alexander McCaskill, Company C-Brandy Plains.

Private G. N. Saussy, Company F-Frederick City, Md.

Private L. H. Clemens, Company F-Accotink River.

Private F. Bird, Company F-Accotink River.

Private C. H. Mann, Company F-Cold Harbor.

Sergt. M. G. Prendergast, Company F-Fauquier County.

Private C. H. Mann, Company F-Mine River.

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HANOVER JUNCTION.

MISSISSIPPI.

Eleventh Regiment Mississippi Infantry.

Private J. C. Halbert, Company E.

Private A. L. McJunkin, Company H.

Private James M. Gillespie, Company I.

Private G. W. Williams, Company K.

DREWRY’S BLUFF.

(May 16, 1864.)

LOUISIANA.

First Lieutenant John M. Galbraith (since dead), First Company Washington Artillery.

By order:

S. COOPER,

Adjutant and Inspector General.

aKilled in action.

Source:

  1. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Volume XL, Part 1 (Serial Number 80), pages 810-813

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joyce johnson March 21, 2012 at 3:24 am

Thank you for listing and honoring those that gave their lives. Trying to find grave of
Private George H. Turner, Company C, August 18, 1864 Weldon Railroad MS
Could he be buried in mass grave?

bschulte March 27, 2012 at 10:17 am

Joyce,

I would suggest contacting Petersburg National Battlefield with your question.

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