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Laurinburg, North Carolina Edward Nash Phillips – 1st North Carolina Union Volunteers James Bryant Riggs – 1st and 2nd North Carolina Union Volunteers Joseph Rhodes – 1st and 2nd North Carolina Union Volunteers Rev. Richard Ray Phillips Sr. – United States Air Force Reid Daniel Thompson Jr. – United States Navy (WW2) Billy Ikner and […]
In February 1864, 22 white soldiers from the Kinston area were hanged in three groups by Confederate authorities. The executed men had been captured while serving in the Union Army by troops under the command of Maj. General George E. Pickett during operations around New Bern, N.C.
General order, no. 6. Camp on Dover Road, Feb’y 3rd, 1864. Before a general court martial convened at or near the Headquarters of Major-General Pickett (1864)
General order, no. 6. Camp on Dover Road, Feb’y 3rd, 1864. Before a general court martial convened at or near the Headquarters of Major-General Pickett .. (1864) Author: Confederate States of America. Army. Dept. of North Carolina Subject: Military offenses; Courts-martial and courts of inquiry Publisher: [Petersburg] Language: English Call number: Conf Pam 12mo #743 […]
Inconstant Rebels: Desertion of North Carolina Troops in the Civil War Richard Bardolph North Carolina Historical Review April 1964 Copyright by the North Carolina Office of Archives and History and reproduced by permission 9/3/10 If you are interested in reading more scholarly articles on other topics relating to North Carolina history, subscribe to the North Carolina […]
http://www.fold3.com/page/286264452_jacob_b_huffman/ 61st NC Infantry Company K Enlisted April 29, 1862 in Onslow County, NC 1st NCUV Company I SOLDIER’S NAME Huffman, Jacob B. LAST RANK Private DATE ENLISTED Transferred into regiment WHERE ENLISTED New Bern, NC AGE AT ENLISTMENT 45 COUNTY BORN Onslow Co., NC REMARKS Transferred from 2ndNC 2nd NCUV Company A SOLDIER’S […]