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17th Virginia Infantry Regiment

            Company H           

The Old Dominion Rifles


Roster of Company E personnel - Mount Vernon Guards

(From "17th Virginia Infantry" by Lee A. Wallace Jr.)

Abbreviations used include:

Adjt.                                                            Adjutant

Appl.                                                     Application

Apptd.                                                     Appointed

Arty.                                                           Artillery
AWOL                                    Absent without leave

B. (b.)                                                                Born

Bn.                                                             Battalion Btry.                                                             Battery
Bur.                                                   Buried, burial Cav.                                                             Cavalry
Cem.                                                        Cemetery Co.                                              Company, county
C.H.                                                   Court House CMH                         Confederate Military History
Col.                                                             Colonel Commd.                                          Commissioned
CSR                                 Compiled Service Record Cpl.                                                            Corporal
CV                                          Confederate Veteran Det.                                            Detached, detailed
Dischd.                                                  Discharged Div.                                                             Division
Empld.                                                    Employed Enl.                                              Enlisted, enrolled
Exchd.                                                    Exchanged Hosp.                                                          Hospital
Inf.                                                              Infantry Lt.                                                            Lieutenant
Mbr.                                     Member, membership Mtn.                                                          Mountain
Occ.                                                      Occupation Prom.                                                       Promoted
Pvt.                                                               Private Res                                                           Residence
Resgnd.                                                      Resigned Sgt.                                                              Sergeant
SHSP                Southern Historical Society Papers Stn.                                                                Station

VMHB                       Virginia Magazine of History & Biography

Wded.                                                      Wounded

Please note: All dates are in the British system. (Day/Month/Year)

A    B    C    D    E    F    G    H    I    J    K    L    M       O    P    Q    R    S       U    V    W    X    Y    Z

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ABBOTT, George F.: enl. 21/10/63, at Fluvanna C.H.; Pvt., Co. E. Det. Engineers Corps, Pickett's div., 9-10/64. Present, 12/64. Shown on US records as a deserter, Bermuda Hundred, 17/2/65. Took the oath. Transportation furnished to Pittsburg.

ALLEN, William W.: 1st Lt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; blacksmith; age 31; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; 2nd Lt., Co. E. Declined to be a candidate for re-election in 4/62. Apparently returned to service as his name appears on a clothing roll, 17/9/64.

ALLISON, George W.: enl. 30/5/61, at Manassas; Pvt., Co. E. On duty with regt. ordnance wagons, 1863 to 12/64. On U. S. record, 17/4/65, as a deserter who came into lines at Fairfax C. H. Died 16/4/87. Bur. Meth. Protestant Cem., Alexandria.

ALLISON, John: bricklayer; age 20; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. near Bermuda Hundred, 25/8/64. Died at Chimborazo hosp., Richmond, 18/9/64.

ALLISON, John H.: carpenter; age 29; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Det. to Commissary Dept., 1861-1864. Captured at Dinwiddie C. H.; sent to Point Lookout. Released on taking oath, 5/6/65.

ALLISON, Richard F.: bricklayer; age 19; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. at Seven Pines, 31/5/62. Det. as watchman at Richmond Arsenal, 1863. Present, 12/63. served with ambulance corps, 9-10/64. Present, 12/64. Captured 3/4/65; sent to Point Lookout. Released after taking oath, 22/6/65. Applied for transfer to Maryland Line, 2/4/64.

ARRINGTON, Charles H.: laborer; age 22; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. at Drewry's Bluff, 16/5/64. Present, 10/64. AWOL, 12/64.

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BEDSAUL, Braselton: b. 30/10/24; farmer, Carroll Co. 1860 census. Enl. 21/2/63, in Carroll Co., assd. to 17th Va., 10/3/63; Pvt., Co. E. On duty with Hosp Dept., 6/63-12/64. In Gen. Hosp., Farmville with chronic diarrhea and debility, 8/63. Furloughed for 30 days to Wolf Glade, Carroll Co. Died 3/2/1907.

BELL, J. T.: Pvt. Co. E. Appears on a roll of prisoners of war at Harpers Ferry as captured at Harrisonburg, 25/9/64, and sent to Point Lookout, 1/10/64.

BIGGS, Henry R.: wagon maker; age 19; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. at Yorktown. Absent wded., and detailed in hosp., Richmond, 12/62. Wded. at Drewry's Bluff, 16/5/64; returned to duty in June. Reported as a "Rebel deserter", Hdqrs., Provost Marshal, Bermuda Hundred, 17/12/64. Took oath; sent to Washington; transportation furnished to Alexandria.

BRANSFORD, William A.: enl. 9/10/63, at Manchester; Pvt., Co. E. In Chimborazo hosp., Richmond, 7/64. Present, 8-12/64. Admitted to Chimborazo hosp., chronic rheumatism, 3/65. Paroled at Richmond, 26/4/65.

BREEN, John: Stonemason; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. AWOL on roll dated 1/7/61; swore allegiance to Federal government.

BRIEN, W.: Pvt., Co. E. Paroled 26/4/65, at Winchester; age 23.

BROWN, Alexander H.: carpenter; age 34; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Det. to Med. Dept., at Manassas and Lynchburg. Dischd., 17/4/62, but apparently re-enlisted. Postwar occ. carpenter and asst. Market Master, Alexandria. Justice of the Peace, 2nd Ward, when he died 9/3/95.

BRUIN, Dulaney: clerk; age 20; enl. 17/4/62, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. at Seven Pines, 31/5/62; returned by 10/62. Captured at Manassas Gap, 12/7/63; sent to Point Lookout; transferred to Elmira, 16/8/64. Paroled 25/2/65, for exchange. Res. Loudoun Co., 1902.

BUSHBY, Joseph: wheelwright; age 28; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Killed at Frayser's Farm, 30/6/62.

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CALMUS, Joseph: cabinet maker; age 23; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Det. at bake house, Manassas, 8/61. Wded. at Sharpsburg, and died 26/9/62.

CARRICO, William G.: res. Carroll Co.; enl. 21/2/63, in Carroll Co., assd. 10/3/63, to company; Pvt., Co. E. Deserted 29/5/63; returned 19/9/63. Wded. (left leg) near Cold Harbor; admitted to Chimborazo hosp., Richmond, 3/6/64; sent 22/6/64, on furlough for 60 days. Present, 12/64. Captured at Dinwiddie C. H., 31/3/65; sent to Point Lookout. Released 10/6/65, after taking the oath.

CHAUNCEY, Thomas A.: machinist; age 20; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Absent sick in hosp., typhoid fever, Chimborazo, and Petersburg, 10/61-3/62. Det. to regtl. surgeon, 1862-1863. Det. to Southside Railroad machine shop, Petersburg, 1864. Died 4/1/74. Bur. Trinity Meth. Cem., Alexandria.

CHRISTIAN, Paul: enl. 15/9/63, at Amherst Co.; Pvt., Co. E. Admitted to Epis. Church Hosp., Williamsburg, with neuralgia, 22/2/64; transferred to Petersburg hosp., 7/5/64; returned to duty 16/5/64. Died 11/10/64, at Chimborazo Hosp. No. 5, Richmond, of chronic diarrhea; effects left were pocket book and silver watch, turned over to the quartermaster.

CLAPDORE, William H.: b. Alexandria; ship carpenter; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd. 24/4/62, for transfer to naval service.

CLARKE, John: enl. 5//11/63, in Mecklenburg Co.; Pvt. Co. E. Hospitalized with debility, Chimborazo Hosp. No. 4, Richmond, 14/6/64; transferred to Lynchburg, 8/7/64. Furloughed from Chimborazo Hosp. No. 1 to go to Mecklenburg Co., 19/1/65. Paroled 15/5/65.

COLEMAN, Samuel S.: moulder; age 23; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. at Frayser's Farm, 30/6/62. Captured 11th Pa. colours at Manassas, 30/8/62. Prom. to Cpl., 15/10/62. Det. to division ordnance train, 2/63. Det. to C. S. Navy workshop, Selma, Ala., 30/12/63 through to 12/64. Postwar occ. moulder, Alexandria. Died 26/6/86. Bur. Old Meth. Cem., Alexandria.

CONWAY, Albert: moulder; age 20; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. In Gen. Hosp. No. 18, Richmond, chronic rheumatism, 3-4/62. Deserted 30/6/62.

COOK, John Thomas: b. Montgomery Co., Md.; huckster; age 28; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd. 24/4/62, for transfer to naval service. Died of disease after the war.

CRAVEN, George: Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; cabinet maker; age 32; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Deserted to the enemy at Williamsburg, 5/5/62.

CROOK, Bernard C.: carpenter; age 44; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Mount Vernon Guard. Not mustered in, but served 17/4-21/5/61, and in 6/61, was on duty in Quartermaster Dept. Died 15/3/73. Bur. Meth. Protestant Cem., Alexandria.

CROSS, Thomas: Mexican War vet.; shoemaker; age 42; enl. 9/6/61, at Sangsters X roads; Pvt., Co. E. Captured at Frayser's Farm, 30/6/62; sent to Fort Columbus, N. Y. Harbor; and to Fort Warren, Mass. Exchd. at Alken's Ldg., 5/8/62. Dischd. 6/10/62, being over 44 yrs. Lost both legs in a railroad accident c. 1876. Died 22/2/96. Bur. Trinity Meth. Cem., Alexandria.

CROWDER, Henry C.: enl. 6/11/63, in Mecklenburg Co.; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. 16/5/64, at Drewry's Bluff. Present 12/64. Captured 2/4/65; sent to Point Lookout. Released after taking oath, 24/6/65.

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DARLEY, William: b. 1820; shoemaker; enl. 30/5/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Captured at Manassas Gap, 12/7/63; sent to Point Lookout, and to Elmira, N. Y. Transferred for exchange, 10/3/65. Paroled at Lynchburg, 13/4/65. Postwar occ. shoemaker, until impairment of vision. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V.,  Alexandria. Died 4/10/97. Bur. Bethel Cem., Alexandria.

DAVIS, Arthur: blacksmith; age 20; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Teamster, 1861-1862. Deserted 20/6/62.

DAVIS, Peter; blacksmith; age 24; enl. 30/5/61, at Manassas Junction;  Pvt., Co. E. On duty with ordnance train, 1862 through to 1864. Paroled at Charlottesville, 18/5/65. Died at the residence of E. W. Birch, Chantilly, Va., 31/7/78; formerly of Alexandria.

DAVIS, Roderick H.: student; age 20; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Transferred 30/11/61, as Pvt., Co. E, 2nd Regt. Va. Cav. Wded. at Raccoon Ford, 11/10/63. Absent, shot himself in the foot, 6/64.

DAVIS, Thomas Jefferson: saddler; age 27; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. accidentally, 31/7/61. Det. to division Dept., 1863-1864; harness maker. Captured in C. S. Hosp., Petersburg, 2/4/65; transferred to Gen. Hosp., 5/4/65.

DAY, James; blacksmith; age 35;  enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E.  Det. at Manassas as a blacksmith, 1861-1862. Det. to Quartermaster Dept., 1862-1864. Deserted, 6/64, but postwar roster c. 1880, shows him at Lynchburg; now dead.

DELPHY, John A.: machinist; age 21; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. accidentally, 1861. Det. as machinist at Richmond, 11/61-63. Det. Med. Purveyor's Office, Richmond, 1863 to 12/64. Tool amnesty oath at Richmond, 11/4/65. Died 23/10/69. Bur. Meth. Protestant Cem., Alexandria.

DEVAUGHN, Samuel H.: 1st Sgt., Capt., Mt. Vernon Guards, 1849-1861; shoemaker; age 44; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria;  Capt.,  Co. E. Apptd. Capt., P. A. C. S., 1/7/61. Dropped 27/4/62. appears on post returns as Capt., Provost Marshal, Lynchburg, 12/62. Died 2/10/88.

DONNELLEY, John T.: hotel keeper; age 25; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria;  Pvt., Co. E. Guarding regtl. baggage, 10/61. Deserted to the enemy at Williamsburg, 5/5/62.

DUDLEY, Joseph T.: carpenter; age 30; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria;  Pvt., Co. E. Det. to Quartermaster Dept., 1861-1864. Present, 12/64. Captured at Five Forks, 1/4/65; sent to Hart's Island, N. Y. Released 20/6/65, after taking the oath.

DUNCAN, Isaac: farmer; age 34; Carroll Co. 1860 census; conscripted; enl. 21/2/63, in Carroll Co., assd. to company, 10/3/63; Pvt., Co. E. Under arrest in Petersburg for desertion, 10/63. Present 2/64 to 12/64. Died of wounds received at Dinwiddie C. H., 31/3/65.

DUVALL, James E.: b. Prince William Co., 11/4/38; bricklayer; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria;  Pvt., Co. E. Dischd. 26/7/62, under conscription act, being a non-resident of the Confederate States. Postwar roster indicates he transferred to Maryland Line. CSR, Natl. Archives show James E. Duval enl. 14/11/62, at Richmond, in Co. E, 1st Regt. Maryland Cavalry. Captured 12/12/64; sent to Old Capitol Prison, and to Elmira, N. Y. U. S. records indicate he deserted at Harrisonburg and made his way to Bladensburg, Md., where he gave himself up to the Provost Marshal. Requested release so he could return home to care for his old, decrepit, and blind father. He was released after taking the Oath of Allegiance, 13/2/65; stated res. Prince William Georges Co., Md. Died at Bellfair Mills, Stafford Co., Va., 21/1/1901. Bur. Prince William Co.

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EDWARDS, Ephraim: b. Baltimore; moulder; age 38; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria;  Pvt., Co. E. Dischd. 18/7/62, under conscription act, being over 35 yrs.

EMERSON, Benjamin Franklin: Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; tin and coppersmith, Alexandria 1860 census; age 23; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Died 19/7/62, of wounds received at Frayser's farm. Remains brought to Alexandria, and buried 26/11/65, in St. Paul's Cem.

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FADELEY: b. Alexandria, son of James Fadeley; carpenter; age 25; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. (left arm), at Manassas, 30/8/62; sent to Gen. Hosp. No.6, Richmond. Dischd. 14/10/62, for disability. Postwar occ. carpenter. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria. Died 25/1/1912, in Wash., D. C.

FIELD, Benjamin F.: blacksmith; age 21; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Capt., 1862. Wded. at Frayser's Farm, 30/6/62. Apptd. 1st Sgt., 15/10/62. Wded. 16/5/64, at Drewry's Bluff. Present, 8/64. Paroled at Lynchburg, 13/4/65.

FIELD, Edgar Howard: b. Alexandria, 7/8/35, son of Stephen and Catherine Field; jeweler; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Absent sick in Lynchburg, 8/61. Came into Union lines at Fairfax C. H.; sent to Provost Marshal, Gen. Hdqrs., Alexandria, 17/4/65. Died at his home in Lynchburg, 19/8/98. Bur. Presby. Cem., Lynchburg.

FIELD, George W.: carpenter; age 24; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Deserted 16/6/62; returned under guard, 13/2/63. In Jackson Hosp., Richmond, 2/3/65; furloughed. Died 8/5/1918, Wash., D. C. Bur. Arlington Natl. Cem.

FLXHNOR (FLEXNOR), William: b. Germany; age 38; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Nurse at hosp., Warrenton Spgs., 1862. Dischd., 20/7/62, being over 35 yrs.; document states age as 41 yrs.

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GALE, James: blacksmith; age 28; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Cpl., Co. E. Reduced to Pvt., 1861. Det. to Orange & Alexandria Railroad Co., 1863-65.

GARDNER, Giles Martin: b. 23/1/29; farmer; res. Carroll Co. 1850 census. Enl. 17/9/63, assd. to 17th Va. 9/10/63; Pvt., Co. E. Captured at Dinwiddie C. H., 31/3/65. Died at Point Lookout, 13/5/64.

GLASSCOCK, George W.: enl. 5/11/63, in Mecklenburg Co.; Pvt., Co. E. Paroled at Appomatox C. H., 9/4/65. Postwar roster: wded. at Dinwiddie C. H.

GREENWOOD, Charles W.: railroad hand; age 25; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Prom to Cpl. Captured at Frayser's Farm, 30/6/62; sent to Fort Columbus, N. Y. Harbor; exchd., 5/8/62, at Aiken's Ldg. Present 8-12/62. In U. S. Military Prison (Libby), Richmond, 10/4/65. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria, 1/4/89. Postwar occ. merchant. Died 2/5/98. Funeral from St. Mary's Church, Alexandria. 

GREENWOOD, John: enl. 1/3/62, at Richmond; Pvt., Co. E. Died of smallpox, 15/4/63.

GREGG, Joseph L.: tailor; age 19; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. at Sharpsburg, 17/9/62; hospitalized at Charlottesville and Lynchburg. Apptd. Color Cpl., 20/11/63. Present 12/64. Paroled at Winchester 20/4/65. Oath of Amnesty, Alexandria, 10/5/65.

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HAMMERDINGER, William A.: plasterer; Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Cpl., Co. E. Det. to Corps of Sappers & Miners, 1861-62. Reduced to Pvt., 15/10/62. On furlough 12/64. On list of prisoners received at Alexandria, 14/5/65, by Provost Marshal Gen. Postwar occ. mechanic, messenger for Dept. of Interior, Wash., D. C. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria. Died 24/8/91, age 50.

HANKS, Enoch: b. 1824, son of John and Selia Hanks; farmer; Carroll Co. 1860 census. Enl. 21/2/63, in Carroll Co.; Pvt., Co. E. Captured in Dinwiddie Co., 31/3/65; sent to Point Lookout. Released 3/6/65, after taking oath. Died 1898. Bur. Morris Cem., Carroll Co.

HANTZMAN, George: shoemaker; age 22; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria;  Pvt., Co. E. Deserted 7/62; returned under guard, 30/6/62. Present through to 12/64. On U. S. records as a rebel deserter, 15/1/65, Bermuda Hundred. Took the oath, and was sent to Wash., D. C. and on to Alexandria.

HANTZMAN, Joseph: Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; carpenter; age 23; 17/4/61, at Alexandria;  Sgt., Co. E. Det. as carpenter, 1/62. Reduced to Pvt., 1862. Deserted 1862.

HARPER, George G.: tailor; enl. 9/6/61, at Sangsters X Roads; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd., 1/10/62, being over 35 yrs. Arrested by U. S. as a spy employed between Alexandria and Richmond. Reported by a Negro, confessed to know Newton Harper, a spy. Died suddenly in Alexandria, 20/9/76, age 66. (Father of Washington M. Harper.)

HARPER, Washington M.: tailor; age 22; son of George G. Harper. Enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Killed at Sharpsburg, 17/9/62.

HICKS, Albert W.: Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; blacksmith; age 26; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Prom. to Sgt., 1862. Wded., 31/5/62, at Seven Pines. Captured at Dinwiddie C. H., 31/3/65; sent to Point Lookout. Released 20/5/65, after taking oath.

HORSEMAN, John: Pvt. Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; huckster; age 21; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Captured 30/6/62, at Frayser's Farm;  sent to Fort Columbus, N. Y. Harbor; and to Fort Warren, Mass. Exchd., 5/8/62, at Aiken's Ldg.

HUDSON, Thomas B.: b. Culpeper Co.; carpenter; age 23; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. (mouth) at Frayser's Farm, 30/6/62. Dischd., 25/4/63, for disability. Postwar occ. china salesman, J. R. Baker, Baltimore. Res. Alexandria. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp No. 2, C. V. Died suddenly at Harrisonburg, 3/11/92.

HUMPHRIES, John A.; machinist; age 27; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Prom. to Cpl., 1861. Reduced to Pvt., and detailed to work on Orange & Alexandria Railroad. Paroled at Lynchburg, 15/4/65.

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JACKSON, Elisha: pumpmaker; enl. 1/3/62, at Richmond; Pvt., Co. E. Captured at Manassas Gap, 21/7/63; sent to Point Lookout and Elmira. Sent to James River 10/6/65, for exchange. Postwar occ. pumpmaker, with father, Robert. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V. Died at Alexandria, 2/9/1903.

JAVINS, Charles: 2nd Lt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; huckster, age 31; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; 2nd Lt., Co. E. Wded. 18/7/61. Declined to be candidate for re-election as 2nd Lt., 27/4/62. Huckster, L. Cook & Co., Alexandria 1870 census.

JAVINS, James A.: Sgt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; bricklayer, age 39; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards. No record of further service. Occ. bricklayer, Alexandria, 1870, 1882.

JEFFERSON, Reuben: shoemaker; age 24; enl. 17/4/61, at  Alexandria; Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards. Deserted and joined U. S. forces. 

JENKINS, William; 1st Sgt., Alexandria Artillery, 1859; carpenter, mbr. Sun Fire Engine Co., age36; enl. 30/5/61, at Manassas Junction; Pvt., Co. E. Det. to division scouts, 6/62. "Supposed to have been discharged," 4/63. Died 17/2/72, age 47. Honoured by the Alexandria fire companies - fire bells toiled during funeral ceremonies. Bur. from St. Mary's Church.

JONES, Stephen; carpenter; age 24; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Absent sick, 1863. Paroled at Lynchburg. Oath of Amnesty, 17/5/65, at Alexandria. Occ. model maker, Alexandria, 1870 census. Living in 1881.

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KENLEY, Charles H.: b. N. Carolina; farmer; age 36; Carroll Co., 1860 census. Enl. 26/2/63, in Carroll Co.; Pvt., Co. E. Deserted 14/7/63. Came into U. S. lines near Bermuda Hundred, 15/7/64, took the oath at Fort Monroe, 21/7/64. Died in 1880, in Carroll Co.

KIDWELL, Hezekiah R.: shoemaker; age 28;  enl. 17/4/61, at  Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Died of disease in Halifax Co., 5/9/64.

KIRK, Harrison: b. Alexandria, 1819; turner; enl. 17/4/61, at  Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd., 18/7/62, over 35 yrs. of age. In butter business, Alexandria, for many years after the war. Died 17/6/99. Bur. Meth. Cem.

KREIG, Godfrey: b. Germany, 1832; res. New York, 1852; moved to Alexandria; upholsterer. Enl. 17/4/61, at  Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. (left foot), 31/5/62, at Seven Pines. Dischd., 29/11/62, disability. Postwar occ. upholsterer, Wash., D. C. Mbr. Confederate Veterans Assn., D. C. Camp171. Died about 1910.

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LARROWE, Joshua: son of Lewis and Mary Stoneman Larrowe; laborer; age 25; Grayson Co. 1850 census; farmer, Carroll Co. 1860 census. Conscripted; enl. 21/2/63, in Carroll Co., assd. to company, 10/3/63; Pvt., Co. E. Died 30/4/63, of brain fever, C. S. Hosp., Petersburg.

LAWLER, John Joseph: b. Ireland, 7/37; carpenter; enl. 5/6/61, at Sangster X Roads; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd., 24/4/61. Enl. C. S. Navy, and served on C. S. S. Nansemond, James River Sqdn. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V. Alexandria, 5/7/86. Died 21/11/1913.

LEFTWICH, James: b. Bedford Co., 20/4/61, son of William Leftwich; moved to Carroll Co. about 1846. Enl. 27/2/63, in Carroll Co., assd. to company 10/3/63; Pvt., Co. E. Said to have been a fifer. Present 12/64. Died 2/11/1903.

LEWIS, Charles E.: machinist; age 22; Enl. 17/4/61, at  Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. 30/8/62, at Manassas. Transferred 16/4/63, as Pvt., Co. A, 4th Regt. Va. Cav. Captured 29/12/63; exchd., 17/3/64. Empl. Va. Central Railroad machine shop, Richmond, 4/64, while on furlough, later detailed to work there.

LEWIS, William L.: carpenter; age 19; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Captured at Frayser's Farm, 30/6/62; sent to Fort Columbus, N. Y. Harbor; and to Fort Warren, Mass. Released 31/7/62, for exchange. Wded. 30/8/62, at Manassas. Captured at  Manassas Gap, 21/7/63; sent to Point Lookout and to Elmira. Sent to James River for exchange, 10/3/65. Manassas Gap Railroad Co. shop, Greensboro, N. C., requested him to be detailed as a car builder there, 29/3/65.

LOCKLIN, Hugh: bridge builder; age 25; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Absent with leave because of disability, 1/7/61.

LYLES, Alexander: b. Alexandria, 1839; Pvt., mbr. Mount Vernon Guards; carpenter; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Det., 1862, to Quartermaster Dept.; returned to company, 25/10/64. Forage master, div. supply train. Paroled at Alexandria, 24/4/65; doc. states he straggled from regt., 9/4/65. Oath of Amnesty, 29/5/65. Postwar occ. contract builder. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria, 5/7/86. Died 3/11/1915.

LYLES, George H.: shoemaker; age 27; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded., slightly, 18/7/61. Captured at Manassas Gap, 21/7/63; sent to Point Lookout, where he took the oath. Sent to Fort Monroe, 2/3/64, and to Alexandria, 10/3/64. Postwar occ. shoemaker, policeman, Alexandria. Died 19/9/1900.

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McCABE, James E.: enl. 1/3/62, at Richmond; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. 5/5/62 at Williamsburg; absent through to 12/64.

McKNIGHT, William Presley: b. Alexandria, 12/6/38; ed. Mechanic's Hall Institute; went to sea, 1850's; carpenter, 1860. Enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Apptd. 2nd Lt., 27/4/62. Captured 30/6/62, at Frayser's Farm; exchd., 17/8/63. Wded. 17/9/62, at Sharpsburg; returned to duty, 4/4/63. Captured 27/6/63, at South Anna Bridge; escaped. Prom. to 1st Lt., 26/7/64. Oath of Amnesty, 31/5/65, at Alexandria. Advertising Mgr., Alexandria Gazette. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria, 5/6/1905. Died 24/10/1927. Brother of Charles Henry McKnight. (Co. A, 17th Va.)

MANKIN, Samuel A.: b. 20/12/41; res. Alexandria; enl. 5/3/64, at Petersburg; Pvt., Co. E. Paroled at Richmond, 22/4/65. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria. Mbr. School Board. Died 27/5/1902. Bur. Meth. Cem.

MAY, Edward H.: enl. 9/4/64, at Orange C. H.; Pvt., Co. C. Det. with reserve ordnance, 1864. Captured 6/4/65; sent to Point Lookout. Released 15/6/65, after taking oath.

MIFFLETON, Henry: enl. 20/9/64, in Chesterfield Co.; Pvt., Co. C. Present through to 12/64. Appears on list of prisoners at Military Prison (Libby), Richmond, 10/4/65. Took the oath, 14/4/65; sent to Wash., D. C., and then to Alexandria. Died 12/10/90, age 76.

MILLS, Chamberlain: enl. 1/3/62, at Richmond; Pvt., Co. C. Roll dated 1/4/62, shows he was paid $50 bounty. He also appears to have enl. 10/4/62, age 21, at Richmond, as Pvt., Co. G, 5th Regt. Va. Cav.; mustered in 15/4/62. AWOL, 12/63, last record.

MITCHELL, William L.: res. Buckingham Co.; enl. 3/11/63, in Buckingham Co.; Pvt., Co. E. Captured at Hatchers Run, Petersburg, 31/3/65; sent to Point Lookout; released 15/6/65, after taking oath.

MANKIN, Charles Edward: b. Alexandria, 24/7/39; clerk; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Det. to Commissary Dept., 1861-62. Wded., at Second Manassas. Captured at Dinwiddie C. H., 31/3/65. Sent to Point Lookout; released 22/5/65, after taking the oath. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria, 6/11/93. Died 13/9/1903, at Falls Church. Bur. Oakwood Cem.

MOLAIR, James E.: moulder; age 23; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Killed at Seven Pines, 31/5/62. Son of Rebecca Molair.

MURRY, John W.: cabinetmaker; age 25; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Deserted at Sharpsburg. 17/9/62. Paroled at Office of Provost Marshal Gen., Army of the Potomac; doc. spells name as "Murray".

MYERS, Abraham: b. Bavaria, Germany; clerk; age 20; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd., 20/7/62, under conscription act, being a Marylander, a non-resident of the Confederate States. Paroled at Baltimore, 29/11/62.

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OGDEN, Elijah: painter; age 27; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Det. to Provost Guard, Richmond, 1862-63. Det. to C. S. Barracks, Richmond, 1864-65. Paroled at Richmond, 22/4/65. Oath of Amnesty, 12/7/65. Died 7/10/75.

OGDEN, George A.: Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; shoemaker; age 28; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd., 15/9/62, being over 35 yrs. of age. Died 18/9/95. Bur. Trinity Meth. Cem., Alexandria.

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PAFF, Frederick: b. Elm, Hesse Cassel, Germany, 1837; came to U. S. at 14 yrs; res. Baltimore, 2 yrs.; moved to Alexandria; shoemaker. Enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. On duty with Quartermaster Dept., 1863. Deserted 13/9/63. Captured at Alexandria; confined in Old Capitol Prison, Wash., D. C.; released and sent north, 7/10/63. In shoe business, Alexandria, after the war. Deacon, Second Presby. Church. Dies 7/4/1903.

PAINE, John: shoemaker; age 38; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Deserted at Williamsburg, 6/5/62.

PAINE, Thomas H.: b. Maryland; shoemaker; age 43; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Appears on clothing record, Gen. Hosp., 3rd Div., Camp Winder, Richmond, 26/11/62, signed with an "X".

PENN, Joseph B.: moulder; age 25; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Died 19/5/62, in Baptist Church Hosp., Williamsburg, of wounds received 5/5/62. Bur. Bruton Parish Church Cem., Williamsburg.

PILES, Walter L.: b. Alexandria; cabinet maker; age 45; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd., 19/8/62, at Richmond on surgeon's certificate, age 47, chronic rheumatism.

POLLARD, Charles Ratcliff: enl. 9/4/64, at Orange C. H.; Pvt., Co. E. Det. with Reserve Ordnance, Army of Northern Va., 20/4-12/64. 

POWER, Francis John: b. St. John's, Newfoundland, 19/10/39; plumber; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Elected 2nd Lt., Co. G, 26/4/62. Captured at Frayser's Farm, 30/6/62; sent to Fort Columbus, N. Y. Harbor. Described: 6 ft. 2 3/4 in., florid complexion, black hair, dark eyes. Sent to Fort Warren, Mass. Released 31/7/62, for exchange. Wded., slightly, at South Mountain, 14/9/64. Prom. to 1st Lt. Captured 21/7/63, at Manassas Gap; sent to Johnson's Island, Ohio. Released on taking the oath. Described: 6 ft. 2 in., fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Served as Supt., Alexandria Water Works, and Collector of Rents. Mbr. Alexandria police force. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V. Died 11/11/1902. Bur. St. Mary's Cem., Alexandria 

PROCTOR, James A.: age 26; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Sgt., Co. E. Died 4/7/62, of wounds received on 30/6/62, at Frayser's Farm. Bur. Oakwood Cem., Richmond.

PROCTOR, John J.: carpenter; age 23; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Det. as nurse, Gen. Hosp. No. 21, Richmond, 7/62-8/63. Returned to company 7/9/63. Present 12/64. On list pf deserters who came into Union lines at Fairfax C. H., 17/4/65. Bur. Bethel Cem., Sec. C, Lot 1, Grave 3, Alexandria.

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RICHARDS, George H.: bricklayer; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Det. to QM Dept., 10/61-10/62. On rolls as "Supposed to have deserted," 12/62. Postwar occ. Overseer to Outdoor Poor, Alexandria. Died 8/11/1906.

ROBEY, William T.: millwright; age 23; enl. 30/5/61, at Manassas Junction; Pvt., Co. E. Transferred 27/6/62, as Pvt., in Capt. R. Snowden Andres' Co. Maryland Flying Arty. Killed 3/5/63.

ROLAND, Richard Norris: b. Bryan's Point, Charles Co., Md.; Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859. Enl. 7/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Prom. to Sgt., 1862. Wded. at Seven Pines. Wded. (head); admitted 9/1/63, to Chimborazo Hosp. No. 1, Richmond; returned to duty, 21/4/63. Captured 21/7/63, at Manassas Gap; sent to Point Lookout; transferred to Elmira, N. Y. Transferred for exchange, 20/2/65. Paroled at Richmond, 18/4/65. Oath of Amnesty, 10/5/65, at Alexandria. Empld., Orange & Alexandria Railroad. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria, 1/11/86. Died 11/11/1913.

ROSE, F.: enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded., 30/8/62, at Manassas. Wded., 17/9/62, at Sharpsburg. Wded., admitted to Gen. Hosp., Howard's Grove, Richmond, 14/1/63; ret. to duty, 31/1/63. Dischd. 24/5/63.

RUDD, Charles D.: b. Alexandria; painter; age 36; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd., 18/7/62, over 35 yrs. of age. Railroad employee exempted from military service. Mbr. Sun Fire Engine Co., Alexandria. Died 25/2/73, age 46.

RUDD, Isaac: b. 1837; bricklayer; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. 31/5/62, at Seven Pines. Wded. 16/5/64, at Drewry's Bluff. In U. S. Military Prison (Libby), Richmond, 10/4/65. Died 15/3/1903. Bur. Meth. Protestant Cem., Alexandria.

RUDD, Robert: b. 1838; machinist; enl. 30/5/61, at Manassas Junction; Pvt., Co. E. Det. to work on Orange & Alexandria Railroad, 1862-65. Died 14/11/94. Bur. Bethel Cem., Alexandria.

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SCHWARTZ, Isaac: b. 9/2/39; mbr. Mount Vernon Guards; merchant; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Represented in 8/62, by a substitute, F. Rose. Postwar res. Baltimore, Alexandria. Died 11/10/98. Bur. Home of Peace (Jewish) Cemetery with Masonic Honours.

SHINN, James W.: Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; machinist; age 23; enl. 7/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Det. as a machinist at Richmond, 1862-63, and in the shops at Selma, Ala., 1863-65. Died in Alexandria, 19/4/98, age 61.

SHRAKES, James P.: painter; age 19; enl. 19/8/63, at Richmond; Pvt., Co. E. Paroled at Alexandria, 22/4/65; doc. stated he straggled from the regiment 9/4/65. Oath of Amnesty, 10/5/65, at Alexandria. Died 21/6/75, age 31 yrs., 5 mos. 12 days. Bur. Union Cem., Alexandria.

SIMPSON, ___: enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards. Never mustered in, being under age.

SIMPSON, William Morton: b. Winchester, 30/1/31; carpenter; enl. 7/4/61, at Alexandria; Cpl., Co. E. Prom. to 2nd Lt., 27/4/62. Wded. and captured at Frayser's Farm, 30/6/62; sent to Fort Columbus, N. Y. Harbor; and to Fort Warren, Mass.; exchd., 17/8/62. Wded., 30/8/62, at Manassas; ret. to duty, 21/2/63. Captured at Manassas Gap, 21/7/63; sent to Johnson's Island, Ohio. Released 1/6/65, after taking the oath. Postwar occ. carpenter, Staunton. Joined Stonewall Jackson Camp, C. V. Chief of Police, Staunton, 1896. Died 7/6/1912. Bur. Thornrose Cem., Staunton.

SIPPLE, Charles Oliver: b. Alexandria, 1837; clerk; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. at Suffolk, 15/4/63. Captured 3/4/65; sent to Point Lookout; released on oath, 19/6/65. Died at Garfield Memorial Hosp., Wash., D. C., 13/6/1924. Bur. Arlington Natl. Cem.

SKIDMORE, Andrew F.: Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Killed in trenches at Yorktown., 2/5/62. Bur. Oakwood Cem., Richmond. In 10/90, a pipe that Skidmore had made during the war was on display at the drug store of E. L. Allen, Alexandria. It was described as beautifully carved with the coats of arms of Virginia, Louisiana, South Carolina and Texas.

SMITH, William H.: b. Alexandria, son of John L. Smith; 1st Lt., Capt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1858-59; merchant; age 31; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; 1st Lt., Co. E. Declined to be a candidate for re-election, 27/4/62. Postwar roster and obit: elected Capt., 26/4/62, but resgnd. the next day. Postwar res. Alexandria. Managed the "Summer Garden", a house of entertainment on King Street, near Wash. St. City Sergeant, and mbr. Common Council. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V. A popular figure, he was known among friends as "Captain Billy". Died 25/10/1904, age 76.

SMITH, William Henry Harrison: son of Thomas Smith, Alexandria; Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; occ. "Gent at large," when at the age of 21, he enl. 4/61,  at Alexandria; Pvt, Co. H. Reduced to Pvt., 1862. Det. as Regtl. Drummer, 17th Va. Inf.; 1864-65. Hospitalized at Farmville, chronic diarrhea, 8/4/65. Paroled at Farmville, 4/65. Died at Farmville, 6/5/65. (Repeated at Co. H)

SNYDER, George: tinner; age 22; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Captured at Williamsburg, 5/5/62; sent to Fort Monroe. On regtl. rolls as having deserted.

STEPHENSON, Robert A.: bricklayer; age 32; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd. 14/5/62, under conscription law, being a non-resident of the Confederate States. Enl. 28/7/62, at Richmond; Sgt., Co. C, 25th Bn. Va. Inf. prom. to 2nd Lt., 9/2/63. Captured at Sayler's Creek; sent to Johnson's Island, Ohio. Released 20/6/65, after taking the oath.

STEUART, James Montgomery: Elected Capt., Co. E. 29/4/62. Wded. and captured, 30/6/62, at Frayser's Farm; sent to Fort Columbus, N. Y. Harbor; and to Fort Warren, Mass.; released 31/7/62, for exchange. Captured 31/3/65, at Dinwiddie C. H.; sent to Johnson's Island, Ohio. Released after taking the oath, 9/6/65; age 38; dark complexion, dark hair, grey eyes, 6 ft. 2 in. Capt., Relief Hook and Ladder Co., Alexandria. Died 7/10/80, age 53.

SULLIVAN, John: b. 31/8/33; carpenter; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Captured, 6/4/65; sent to Point Lookout. Released on oath, 9/6/65. Empld., Midland Railroad. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria. Died 7/10/92. Bur. Christ Church Cem.

SUMMERS, George L.: enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Prom. to Cpl., 1862, and to Sgt., 15/10/62. Captured at South Anna Bridge, 27/6/63; escaped same day. Wded., 16/5/64, at Drewry's Bluff. Captured 31/3/65, at Dinwiddie C. H.; sent to Point Lookout. Transferred to Old Capitol Prison, Wash., D. C. Released 30/5/65, on taking the Oath of Allegiance.

SUTPHIN, Jordan: son of John and Celia Hylton Sutphin: farmer; age 34; Carroll Co. 1860 census. Conscripted; enl. 21/2/63, in Carroll Co., assd. to company 10/3/63; Pvt., Co. E. Died of brain fever, 2/4/63, at Ivor Stn, Married Polly Bolt, 7/6/49, in Carroll Co.

SWANN, James: shoemaker; age 29; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd., 19/7/62, being over 35 yrs. Enl. 18/10/64, at Richmond, in same company. Captured 6/4/65; sent to Point Lookout. Released 20/6/65, on taking the oath. Res. Alms House, Alexandria, when he died 11/1/095.

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THOMPSON, William H.: enl. 1/3/62, at Richmond; Pvt., Co. E. Deserted on the march from Warrenton. Took Oath of Allegiance, 23/6/65, at Salisbury, N. C., stated he was from Anson Co., N. C.

TUBMAN, Albert Magruder: Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards, 1859; paper hanger; age 20; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Sgt., Co. E. Apptd. 1st Lt., 27/4/62. Wded., 14/9/62, at Boonsborough, Md. Provost marshal, Liberty (now Bedford), Bedford Co., 1863-64. Ret. to Invalid Corps, P. A. C. S., 26/7/64. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria. Mbr. Confederate Veterans' Assn., D. C. Died in Wash., D. C., 26/3/95.

TURNER, Albert Alexander: brakeman, age 29, Alexandria 1860 census. Enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. In hosp., Richmond, 10-12/61. AWOL, 1/62. Died 15/1/87. Bur. Bethel Cem., Alexandria.

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UNDERWOOD, William Henry: b. 1831; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Wded., 14/9/62, at Boonsborough, Md. Wded. (knee), 16/5/64, at Drewry's Bluff; retired to Invalid Corps., P. A. C. S., 24/9/64; document states occ. planter. Died 15/2/1918. 

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VINCENT, William: carpenter; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards. No further information.

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WALKER, Ethelbert O.: shoemaker, age 31, Alexandria 1860 census. enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Captured at Williamsburg, 6/5/62; exchd. 17/8/62. Deserted 1862.

WALKER, James Thomas: b. 27/7/37; shoemaker; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Sick in hosp., Richmond, 10/61, and 8/62. Transferred to C. S. Navy, 5/64. Died 9/2/85. Bur. Union Cem., Alexandria.

WALKER, William E.: enl. 1/3/62, at Richmond; Pvt., Co. E. Prom. to Sgt. Deserted about 15/4/63, near Suffolk.

WARFIELD, George T.: dyer; age 22; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Prom. to Cpl., 1862. Killed at Frayser's Farm, 30/6/62. Body returned to Alexandria and buried in Union Cem., Thanksgiving Day, 11/65. (Brother of Edgar Warfield, Co. H. Son of Edgar Warfield, Co. A)

WARING, Thomas E.: b. 1839; plasterer; enl. 30/5/61, at Manassas Junction; Pvt., Co. E. Wded. 30/6/62, at Frayser's Farm. Paroled at Appomatox C. H.; 9/4/65. Oath of Amnesty, 10/5/65, at Alexandria. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria. Died 1881. Bur. Union Cem., Alexandria.

WARRING, Basil H.: clerk; age 19; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Absent, detailed with division ordnance train, 2/63. Captured, 1/4/65; sent to Point Lookout; released 20/6/65, on taking the Oath of Allegiance.  Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria. Postwar occ. sold hats, sexton for Meth. Epis. Church South for many years. Moved to Cumberland, Md., where he died 31/3/83, age 79.

WATERS, John W.: boatman; age 29; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Transferred, 14/5/62, to Maryland Line. Enl. 1/11/62, at Richmond; Pvt., Co. G, 2nd Bn. Md. Inf. Admitted to Chimborazo Hosp. No. 2, Richmond, 14/6/64. Deserted 14/7/64, last record.

WHEATLEY, William: machinist; age 23; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Det. as machinist, ordnance machine shop, Richmond, 1861-12/64. Died 13/8/1904. Bur. Bethel Cem., Alexandria.

WHITE, Charles O.: b. Wash., D. C., 25/12/36; machinist; enl. 30/5/61, at Manassas Junction; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd. for disability, 18/9/61, at Gen. Hosp., Culpeper C. H.; doc. indicates occ. railroad employee. Mbr. R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., Alexandria. Died in Detroit, Mich., 3/1/89. Bur. St. Mary's Cem., Alexandria.

WHITE, William Madison: enl. 22/10/63, at Fredericksburg; Pvt., Co. E. Claimed by, and returned to, 44th Regt. Va. Inf., 18/7/64. He enl. 5/7/61, at Buffalo Gap, as Pvt., Co. D, 44th Va. Inf., and was listed on thier rolls as AWOL, 3/1/63.

WHITING, George T.: printer; enl. 17/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Mount Vernon Guards. Not mustered in, absent at Manassas. On duty with Quartermaster Dept. Commd. as 2nd Lt., Capt. Thornton Triplett's Co. (Irish Volunteers), Va. Arty., 10/61. Capt., Co. C, 19th Bn. Va. Heavy Arty., 1862-65. Captured at Sayler's Creek, 6/4/65; sent to Johnson's Island, Ohio. Postwar occ.: printer; foreman, Virginia State Journal, Alexandria; empld., Wash., Republican. Mbr. Confederate Veterans' Assn., D. C. Died in Wash., 7/94.

WILKINSON, W. E.: enl. 3/11/64, in Mecklenburg Co.; Pvt., Co. E. Paroled at Appomatox C. H., 9/4/65.

WILLIAMS, John A.: painter; age 24; enl. 7/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. AWOL, 6/61. Last record.

WILLIAMS, Joseph: Capt., Alexandria Artillery, 1859; plasterer; age 35; enl. 30/5/61, at Manassas Junction; Pvt., Co. E. Dischd., 26/1/63, under conscription law, over age.

WOOLS, Albert: plasterer; age 32; enl. 30/5/61, at Manassas Junction; Pvt., Co. E. Killed, 30/61/61, at Frayser's Farm.

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YOUNG, Daniel; b. Maryland; huckster;  age 22; enl. 7/4/61, at Alexandria; Pvt., Co. E. Regtl. Color Cpl., 10/61-6/62. Captured 30/6/62, at Frayser's Farm; sent to Fort Columbus, N. Y. Harbor; and to Fort Warren, Mass. Exchd., 17/8/62. Prom. to Cpl., Co. E, 15/10/62. Deserted near Suffolk, 3/5/63.

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ZEA, Martin: machinist; enl. 30/5/61, at Manassas Junction; Pvt., Co. E. Deserted at Harpers Ferry.

 
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