Roster of Men in the Confederate Service

Compiled by H. M. Calhoun, Franklin, West Virginia

Each man is listed in the command in which he last served and of the rank he held at the expiration of his service. No one is included who left the Confederate service to enter the military service of the United States or the State of West Virginia. Where no mention is made of command or of rank the soldier was a private or the rank is unknown. Companies are indicated by letter and regiments by number. All regiments are Virginia regiments unless otherwise indicated. When the word "Militia" is used, the 46th Regiment of Virginia is referred to, and the person mentioned was in actual Confederate service. Manner and place of death are given where known. Mention is also made where known of persons who were wounded or taken prisoner, but in probably a large majority of cases these facts could not be ascertained.

Where the place of residence is given, the person was living Mar. 1, 1910. "D." used alone, means "died since the war." Mention of Elmira, Camp Chase, or Fort Delaware, in connection with the name of a person, means that he was confined at least one term in one of these Federal prisons. To secure the results presented in this roster involved a great amount of time spent in correspondence and interviewing. The utmost care has been taken to make the list complete and accurate. But it was necessary to span a period of 45 or 49 years, and to say nothing of various inaccuracies, there may yet be a few names overlooked or forgotten. But it is believed that all has been accomplished that could with any reason be expected.

Anderson, David C, Captain, "Pendleton Riflemen"
Anderson, Samuel P., F, 62, D.
Armstrong, Oliver F., 62, Midland, Virginia
Arbaugh, Isaac, C, 62, Circleville, West Virginia
Arbaugh, William, C, 62, Circleville, West Virginia
Arbogast, Cain, Militia, D.
Arbogast, Eliol, Militia, D.
Arbogast, Isaac, C, 62, Maryland.
Arbogast, Jacob, C, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Arbogast, Joseph, Militia, Circleville, West Virginia
Arbogast, Martin V., C, 62, Randolph County, West Virginia
Arbogast, Peter, C, 62, Grant County, West Virginia
Arbogast, Samuel B., A, 18, Fauquier County, Virginia
Arbogast, William, E, 25 D in Ft. Delaware Prison.
Arbogast, Sylvanus, C, 62, D.
Armentrout, J. Clark, A, Pendleton Reserves, Ruddle, West Virginia
Barclay, Henry, K, 62, Crabbottom, Virginia
Barclay, Washington, K, 62, D. in Texas.
Bennett, Eli, C, 62, Circleville, West Virginia, Camp Chase.
Bennett, Geo. W., C, 62, Nome, West Virginia
Bennett, Geo. J., Militia, C, near Riverton, West Virginia
Bennett, Henry, McNeill's Rangers, D.
Bennett, James B., C, 62, D.
Bennett, Joseph K., C, 62, k. New Market, Virginia
Bennett, Josiah, C, 62, D.
Bennett, William C, C, 62, Circleville, West Virginia
Bible, Adam W., E, 25, died in service.
Bible, James W., F, 62, lost arm in Rockingham Co., Virginia, D.
Bible, Miles, A, Pendleton Reserves, West.
Blakemore, Geo. A., "Franklin Guards," Staunton, Virginia
Bland, B. Frank, A, 18, West.
Bland, Isaac N., A, 18, Riverton, West Virginia
Bland, James S., A, 18, Leroy, Illinois.
Bland, James B., C, 62, k. at Washington, D. C, Early's Raid.
Bland, John A., K, 25, D.
Bland, Johnson, C, 62, D,
Bland, Adam, E, 25, died in service
Bland, Perry, unattached, killed near Riverton, West Virginia
Bland, Miles, E, 25, Ohio.
Bland, Pleasant D., A, 18, Riverton, West Virginia
Bland, Stewart D., A, 18, Louisville, Kentucky.
Bland, Wm., Lieut, A, 18, Riverton, West Virginia, lost leg.
Blewitt, Chas. J., 3rd Lieut., E, 25, Ruddle, West Virginia
Blewitt. Geo. K., "Dick," 1st Serg't. E, 25, D.
Blizzard, D. K., I, 62, Upper Tract, West Virginia
Blizzard, Hamilton A., Pendleton Reserves, Riverton, West Virginia
Blizzard, Jacob Lee, E, 25, Franklin, West Virginia
Blizzard, John, Militia, Riverton, West Virginia, D.
Blizzard, Morgan, I, 62, W. New Market, Augusta Co., Virginia
Blizzard, Samuel J., F, 62. D.
Blizzard, Adam Wesley, E, 25, Brandywine, West Virginia
Blizzard, William J., E, 25, D.
Bodkin, Adam, Serg't., K, 62, Iowa
Bodkin, William H., K, 62, Maquota, Iowa.
Bodkin, Josiah, F, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Bodkin, Eli, K, 62, Maquota, Iowa.
Bodkin, James M., K, 62, D
Bodkin, Michael, K, 62, Harmon, West Virginia
Bodkin, Henry B., K, 62, Red Creek, West Virginia
Bodkin, Nicholas, A., Pendleton Reserves, Ft. Seybert, W. Va
Boggs, Edward, W., Captain, E, 25, lost arm at Rich Mt'n., D
Boggs, J. Chapman, E, 18, D.
Boggs, William H., E, 18, Franklin, West Virginia
Boggs, Charles D., Captain, F, 62. wounded, D.
Boggs, James, Brigadier Gen. Militia, died 1862
Bolton, John A., K, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Bolton, William P., F. 25, wounded, D
Bowers, Valentine, E, 25, died in service
Bowers, John, K, 62, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Bowers, John Sr., C, 62, D
Bowers, Michael E., Lieut. K, 25, Franklin, West Virginia
Bowers, Amos A., Pendleton Reserves, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Bowers, Philander, I, 52, Fort Seybert, West Virginia
Buckbee, James B., K, 25, died in service.
Burns, George W., K, 25, Riverton, West Virginia
Calhoun, Allen, C, 52, Boyer, West Virginia
Calhoun, Ephraim, C, 62, died in service.
Calhoun, F. Marion, Serg't, C, 62, Dry Run, West Virginia
Calhoun, John C, 1st Lieut I, 63, killed at Williamsport, Md.
Calhoun, John W., E, 25, wounded at McDowell, Virginia, D.
Carickoff, Lewis A., K, 62, Monterey, Virginia
Cassel, R. E. Veach, C, 62, died in Camp Chase.
Cassel, Allen, C, 25, D.
Cassel, Cullom, C, 62, D.
Cassel, Stewart, unattached, killed near Riverton, West Virginia
Caton, Henry, K, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Champ, Cyrus, K, 25, Mouth of Seneca, West Virginia
Clayton, Adam, K, 62.
Clayton, Harvey, B. 62, D.
Clayton, Jacob, B, 62, Upper Tract, West Virginia
Clayton, Martin, K, 25, Maryland.
Conrad, Jacob H., I, 62, D.
Cowger, Elijah, I, 62, Fort Seybert, West Virginia
Cowger, Emanuel D., Drum Major, E, 25, killed at Antietam.
Cowger, Henry, I, 62, D.
Cowger, Noah, I, 62, D.
Cowger, Manassas, I, 62, Peru, West Virginia
Cowger, William J., K, 62, Rushville, Virginia
Crigler, Columbus, Militia, D.
Crigler, John A., F, 62, D.
Cunningham, W. Alfred, A, 18, Monterey, Virginia
Cunningham, F. Marion, C, 62, D.
Cunningham, John, A, 18, Jane Lew, West Virginia
Cunningham, Henry G., A, 18, Job, West Virginia
Custer, Joseph, F, 62, died in Camp Chase, Jan. 4, 1865.
Dahmer, John G., K, 62, Ass't. Q. M., Imboden's Brigade,
Franklin, West Virginia
Dahmer, John C, E. 25, wounded at Rich Mountain, D.
Dahmer, Miles, E, 25, wounded at McDowell, D.
Dahmer, Reuben D., I, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Dahmer, Sampson D., K, 25, West.
Dahmer, J. Washington. K, 62, Camp Chase, D.
Davis, Addison C, E, 25, died in the service, of diphtheria.
Davis, Allen, K, 31, died in Camp Case.
Davis, Hendren H., E, 25, Brandywine, West Virginia
Davis, Laban C, E, 25, W. McDowell, Gettysburg, Slaughter
Mtn., Brandywine, West Virginia
Davis, J. Conrad, F, 62, Serg't., D.
Davis, Robert F., A, Pendleton Reserves, Charlottesville, Virginia
Davis, Ulrey, K. 62, killed at New Market.
Davis, W. W., E, 25, Dayton, Ohio.
Davis, John, E, 25, died of fever in service.
Day, Amos, K, 62, killed at Strasburg, Virginia
Day, William, K, 62, Rockingham Co., Virginia
Dice, Elias W., I, 62, killed at Williamsport, Md.
Dice, Isaac H., D.
Dice, William (of John) K, 62, D.
Dice, Geo. W., Jr., E, 25, died in service.
Dice, Franklin H., E, 25, Fifer. Oklahoma.
Dice, John A., Militia, died first year of war at Moorefield.
Dice, William, E, 25, died in service.
Dickenson, Adam, E, 25, lost arm at Antietam, Durbin, West Virginia
Dickenson, Isaac, K, 62, Brandywine, West Virginia
Dickenson, Samuel, E, 25, died in Prison, Elmira, N. Y.
Dickenson, John C, E. 25, Brandywine, West Virginia
Dickenson, Martin, K, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Dickenson, G. Washington, A, Pendleton Reserves, 2, Serg't, Franklin, West Virginia
Dolly, Job, A, 18, D.
Dolly, J. Wesley, Militia, Camp Chase.
Dove, Geo. W., K, 62, died in service.
Dove, Nimrod, C, 62, D.
Dunkle, John J., Capt. K, 25, succeeded Harper, D. Texas, Ft. Delaware.
Dyer, Charles E., E, 25 killed at McDowell, May 8, 1862.
Dyer, Granville, J., K, 62, 2nd Serg't. D.
Dyer, John D., K, 62, Ohio.
Dyer, John A. W., F, 62, J).
Dyer, W. Striet, 2nd Lieut. E, 25, wounded at McDowell, Kansas.
Dyer, Robert N., McNeill's Rangers, D.
Dyer, Zebulon, E, 25, killed at Alleghany Mt'n., Dec. 1861.
Dyer, Andy W., H, 7 Cavalry, D.
Eckard, Job, Pickett's Division, Highland Co., Virginia
Elbon, Frank, A, 18, West.
Elbon, W. Anderson, K, 25, D.
Elyard, Josiah, E, 25, wounded at Sharpsburg, D.
Eye, Ammi, E, 25, D.
Eye, C, Frank, I, 62, Rockingham Co., Virginia
Eye, Jacob, K, 62, West.
Eye, John Ad., K, 62, killed at Williamsport, Maryland.
Eye, John, K, 61, wounded at Williamsport, West.
Eye, Levi, I, 62, Ruddle, West Virginia
Eye, William Marks, K, 62, died in Camp Chase.
Eye, John J., I, 62, D.
Eye, Robert, Sr., Militia, Oak Flat, West Virginia
Eye, William, K, 62, D.
Eye, Samuel H., I, 62, Crabbottom, Virginia
Eye, William W., I, 62, Deer Run, West Virginia
Eye, Malon L., E, 31, Thorn, West Virginia
Eye, Washington, A, Reserves, Brandywine, West Virginia
Ferguson, Edward, A, Reserves.
Fleisher, Solomon, Capt. D, 62, D.
Flynn, Job, C, 62, D.
Fowler, Charles, I, 62.
Freeland, William, F, 62, Corporal, k. at Beverley.
Fultz, Amos, K, 62, Brandywine, West Virginia
Fultz, Joseph, A, Pendleton Reserves, D.
Gilkeson, James, A, Pendleton Reserves, Fort Seybert, West Virginia
Good, Jacob, K, 62, killed at Williamsport.
Good, Mushine, K, 62.
Graham, Kennison, K, 25, D.
Grogg, Amos, K, 62, killed at Williamsport.
Grogg. Henry, G, 62, D.
Grogg, Washington, G, 62, killed at New Market.
Grogg, Martin, A, Pendleton Reserves, D.
Hahn, Jacob L., A, Pendleton Reserves, Brandywine, West Virginia
Halterman, Cyrus, C, 62, D.
Halterman, Solomon, F, 62, D.
Halterman, Willis, F, 62, West Virginia.
Hammer, Benjamin S., F, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Hammer, Elias, Sr., Militia, D.
Hammer, Elias, F, 62, Ruddle, West Virginia
Hammer, Geo. W., Sr., E, 25, died in service.
Hammer, George, Militia, D.
Hammer, Geo. W., F, 62, 2nd Corp'l., Franklin, West Virginia, Camp Chase.
Hammer, Isaac D., K, 62, wounded at New Market, Franklin, West Virginia
Hammer, Isaac T., A, Pendleton Reserves, D.
Hammer, Leonard H., E, 25, D.
Hammer, William H., E. 25, Ohio.
Hammer, Howard, K, 26, killed at Fisher's Hill.
Harding, Minor, A, 18, killed in battle.
Harmon, John, E, 25, D.
Harter, Peter, K, 25, killed at Gettysburg.
Harter, Hiram, G, 18, D.
Harold, Laban, 2nd Corp'l, K, 62, D.
Harold, Elias, C, 62, died in service.
Harold, John T., I, 18, D.
Harold, Miles, Pendleton Riflemen, D.
Harold, Daniel H., K, 62, D.
Harper, Aaron, K, 25, D.
Harper, Dewitt C, A, 18 Cav., k. n. Macksville.
Harper, George, C, 62, Cave, West Virginia D.
Harper, Geo. W., C, 62, Cave, West Virginia
Harper, Harness, Militia, Hendricks, West Virginia
Harper, Isora, A, 18, Farmers City, 111.
Harper, Ezekeil, unattached.
Harper, Jacob, C, 62, Lieut., died at Harrisonburg, of fever in service.
Harper, Isaac, Militia, died during war.
Harper, John C, C, 62, D.
Harper, William, scout, unattached, killed on Upper North Fork.
Harper, William, K, 25, Hardy Co. West Virginia
Harper, Philip, Militia, Camp Chase, D.
Harper, Miles, A, 18, Riverton, West Virginia
Harper, Solomon, C, 62, D.
Harper, Wilson, Lieut., Capt., K, 25, later Maj., 25, Reg't, Broadway, Virginia
Hartman, Benjamin F., E, 25, Franklin, West Virginia
Hartman, Daniel, K, 25.
Hartman, Isaac L., E, 25, killed at McDowell.
Hartman, Jesse A., E, 25, D.
Hartman, Job. C, 62, Franklin. West Virginia
Hartman, Moritz, K, 62, died in service.
Hartman, William Perry, C, 62, D.
Hartman, John, F, 62, killed in battle, 1864.
Hedrick, Adam, F, 62, D.
Hedrick, Andrew, K, 25, Brushy Run, West Virginia
Hedrick, Charles, A, Pendleton Reserves, D.
Hedrick, Clark, K, 25, Onego, West Virginia
Hedrick, Sylvanus, E, 25, killed at Port Republic.
Hedrick, W. Edmund, A, 18, Macksville, West Virginia
Hedrick, Noah, K, 25, died in service.
Hedrick, Henry, E, 25, lost leg at Port Republic, D.
Hedrick, James (of Henry) E, 25, died of fever in Staunton, in service.
Hedrick, James, 2nd Corp'l., A, Reserves, Ruddle, West Virginia
Hedrick, James, (of Ale) I, 62, wounded, Horton, West Virginia
Hedrick, A. Washington, A, Pendleton Reserves, Ruddle, West Virginia
Hedrick, William, E, 25, Upper Tract, West Virginia
Hedrick, John, A, Reserves. D.
Helmick, Jonathan, K, 25, D.
Helmick, Josiah, Militia, D.
Hess, James K., McNeill's Rangers, P, died in Illinois.
Hevener, A. Moffett, F, 62, Deer Run, West Virginia
Hevener, Amos, I, 62, Hampshire Co., West Virginia
Hevener, Daniel, Lieut., I 62, killed at Williamsport.
Hevener, Charles W., Pendleton Riflemen, Ruddle, West Virginia
Hevener, George, F, 62, killed at New Market.
Hevener, Samuel, K, 62, wounded at Williamsport, D.
Hevener, William L., K, 62, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Hill, Frederick, A, Pendleton Reserves.
Hill, Kennison, A, Pendleton Reserves.
Hiner, Harmon, F. 62, later Capt., A, Reserves, w. on North Fork, D.
Hiner, William, (of H.) Militia, died in service.
Hiner, William, (of Jacob) F, 25, Missouri.
Hiner, James, K. P., A, Pendleton Reserves, Doe Hill, Virginia
Hiner, Charles, A, Reserves, 3rd Serg't.
Hiner, W. Marshall, in Methodist Ministry.
Hinkle, Adam J., C, 62, wounded at McDowell, Goldsmith, Indiana.
Hinkle, Geo. W., F, 62, Froze to death, Feb. 17, 1864, scouting.
Hinkle, Isaac V. (of Esau) A, 18, D. Illinois.
Hinkle. John C, 62, Camp Chase, D.
Hinkle, Michael, 1st licit. F 25 killed at Gettysburg.
Hinkle, Perry, A, 18, D.
Hinkle, Solomon, (of Sol.) 3rd Lieut. C, 62, D.
Hinkle, William, C, 62, wounded, D.
Hinkle, Jesse. K, 25, D.
Hinkle, Isaac D. (of Jesse) F, 25, D.
Hiser, Daniel, K, 62, killed at New Market.
Hiser, Frederick, F, 62, Deer Run, West Virginia
Hiser, John, K, 62, W. Berry's Ferry, D, from wound.
Hiser, Noah, K, 62, Rockingham Co., Virginia
Hiser, William C, K, 25 killed 2nd Battle Manassas.
Hively, James F., F, 62, Frost, West Virginia
Hively, William E. K, 62. D.
Hoover, Anthony, A., Pendleton Reserves, D.
Hoover. George, K, 62, Ritchie, C, West Virginia
Hoover, Henry, K, 62, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Hoover, Henry, F, 62, Sugar Grove, West Virginia, Blacksmith.
Hoover, John L., K, 62, wounded at New Market, Ritchie Co., West Virginia
Hoover, Noah D., K, 62, Iowa.
Hoover, Reuben, K, 62, killed at New Market.
Hoover, Thomas. K, 62, died in service.
Hoover, Adam, A, Pendleton Reserves, Brandywine, West Virginia
Hoover, William, 4th Corp'l. K 62, D.
Hoover, William A. K, 62, Dry Run, West Virginia.
Hopkins, John J., E, 14, D.
Hopkins, William, E, 18, D.
Huffman, Job, C, 62, D,
Huffman, Henry, K, 62, West.
Hyer, Peter, J., G, 18, died at Soldier's Home, Richmond, Virginia
Johns, David, A, 18, killed at Charlestown.
Johnson, James W., A, Pendleton Reserves, Circleville, West Virginia
Johnson, Edmund S., F, 62, D.
Johnson, George W., E, 25, D.
Johnson, Jacob G., E, 25, D.
Johnson, Jehu H., Capt. Co. E, 25, Missouri.
Johnson, John D., "Franklin Guards," D.
Johnston, W. Milton, E, 25, killed at Cross Keys.
Johnston, James W., F, 62, D.
Johnston, Mortimer, E. 25, lost leg at Wilderness, D.
Jones, Charles P., E, 18, Monterey, Virginia
Jordan, Sampson, C, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Jordan, Jackson, C, 62, D.
Judy, Adam, A, Pendleton Reserves, Melford, West Virginia
Judy, Harness, C, 62, killed near Moorefield.
Judy, Martin, Sr., C, 62, D.
Judy, Martin V., E, 25, California.
Judy, St. Clair, C, 62, died in Camp Chase.
Kee, James W., Lieut, "Franklin Guard." Franklin, West Virginia
Keister, A. Jackson, 4th Serg't., K, 62, Brandywine, West Virginia
Keister, Henry, Sr., 1st Lieut, K, 62, D.
Keister, John D., K, 62, wounded at Williamsport, Brandywine, West Virginia
Keister, Jesse, K, 62, died in service.
Keister, Martin V., A, Pendleton Reserves, Brandywine, West Virginia
Keister, Solomon G., A, Pendleton Reserves, West.
Keister, William C, K, 62, Rockingham Co., Virginia
Keplinger, John I, 62, Camp Chase, Mathias, West Virginia
Keplinger , ____ I, 62.
Ketterman, Michael, K, 62, killed at McDowell.
Ketterman, Esau, E, 25, D.
Ketterman, Salem, Militia, Riverton, West Virginia
Ketterman, Nicodemus, K, 25, Illinois.
Ketterman, Joseph, K, 25, killed at Gettysburg.
Kile, Adam A., 1st Serg't, F, 62, Job, West Virginia
Kile, Geo. Homan, 3rd Serg't, F, 62, also Lieut., Reserves, D.
Kile, Isaac, K, 25, D.
Kile, John Riley, K, 25, Upper Tract, West Virginia
Kile, Jonathan C., E, 25, wounded at McDowell, D.
Kile, Thomas, Militia,
Kile, William C, 4th Corp M., F, 62,
Kiser, Adam, K, 62,
Kiser, Daniel, Sr., I, 62,
Kiser, Daniel, Jr., K, 62, 3rd Serg't,
Kiser, Harrison, K., 62, wounded at New Market, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Kiser, Harvey, K, 62, killed at New Market.
Kiser, John F., E, 25, lost leg at Cross Keys, Virginia.
Kiser, William C, Serg't., K, 62, Ruddle, West Virginia
Kline, John, F, 62, West.
Kuykendall, Washington, I, 62, D.
Lantz, Abraham, A, 18, Horton, West Virginia
Lantz, John, A, 18, D.
Lantz, Joseph H., Capt. North Fork Co. Militia, Camp Chase, D.
Lamb, William P., K, 25, killed at Gettysburg.
Lamb, John, K, 25, D.
Lamb, Isaac, K, 25, died during war.
Lambert, Anderson N., H, 62, Circleville, West Virginia
Lambert, George W., C, 62, D.
Lambert, James C, C, 62, Dry Run, West Virginia
Lambert, James B., C, 62, Randolph Co., West Virginia
Lambert, Jesse, C, 62, killed during war.
Lambert, John W., C, 62, D.
Lambert, John, Jr., C, 62, D.
Lambert, Lebanion, Militia, D.
Lambert, Nathan, C, 62, D.
Lambert, Noah, Militia, D.
Lambert, Obidiah, C, 62, killed near Franklin, West Virginia
Lambert, Samuel K., C, 62,
Lambert, Adonijah, Militia, D
Lambert, Solomon, H, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Lambert, Amby H., H, 62, New Port News, Virginia
Lambert, William T., C. 62, D.
Lambert, John J., E, 25, D.
Lawrence, Anderson, K, 25, D.
Lawrence, William G., C, D.
Lawrence, Josiah, K, 25, D.
Leach, Elijah S., B, 31, D.
Leach, E. Osborne, A, Pendleton Reserves, D.
Leach, Robert D., B, 31, Serg't. D.
Leach, John M., B, 31, killed at Port Republic.
Linthicum, John, E, 25, killed at Antietam.
Lough, Geo. A., K, 62, D.
Lough, Geo. H., A, Pendleton Reserves, wounded, D.
Lough, Henry, F, 62, D.
Lough, Jacob H., 2nd Lieut, K, 62, Fort Seybert, West Virginia
Lough, James W., F, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Lough, John W., E, 25, D.
Lough, John W., K, 62, Appleton City, Mo.
Lough, Anderson, A, Pendleton Reserves. Corp'l.
Lukens, John L., F, 62, D.
Mallow, Geo. H., K, 62, Albemarle Co., Virginia
Mallow, Paul, K, 62, killed at New Market, Lieut.
Martin, Adam, K, 62, wounded at Strasburg, Virginia, Deer Run, West Virginia
Masters, Charles F., K, 25, Edom, Virginia
Masters, John F., F, 62, D.
Masters, William E., F, 62, D.
Masters, Samuel, 1st Serg't., A, Pendleton Reserves, Mo.
McClung, Silas B., C, 14, Upper Tract West Virginia
McClure, John, F, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
McClure, William, E, 18, killed at Lynchburg, June 18, 1864.
McCoy, Mortimer, F, 62, died November, 1864.
McCoy, William, Capt., E, 25, died of measles, succeeded by Boggs.
McDonald, Peter, D, 25, Lieut., Macksville, West Virginia
McDonald, Seymour, A, Pendleton Reserves, Macksville, West Virginia
McGinnis, Pat, McNeill's Rangers, D.
McMullen, Stuart H., K, 62.
McMullen, William W., K, 62,
McQuain, Madison, G, 18, D.
Miller, Amos, Militia, D.
Miller, Isaac, A, 18,
Miller, Job, Militia, Upper Tract West Virginia
Milloway, Augustus, K, 62, killed at New Market.
Mitchell, Henry, K, 62, killed at New Market.
Mitchell, Benj., Lieut, A, Pendleton Reserves, D.
Mitchell, Abel, E, 25, wounded at Alleghany Mtn, Rockingham Co.
Mitchell, William, E, 25, killed at Cross Keys.
Moats, Wellington, I, 62, died in Camp Chase.
Moats, Josiah, I, 62, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Moats, Jones, I, 62, D.
Moomau, Jacob, E, 25, died in service.
Moomau, John B., Captain, Co. C, 62, died during war.
Morton, Edward, K, 62, killed at Williamsport.
Mowrey, David, F, 62, Indiana.
Mowrey, Henry, A, Pendleton Reserves, killed near Macksville, West Virginia
Mowrey, John, F, 62, Indiana.
Moyers, George Wash., C, 62, Cave, West Virginia
Moyers, Harman, 2nd. Lieut., A, Pendleton Reserves, D.



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Moyers, Howard, E, 31, killed at Port Republic.
Moyers, Morgan, E, 31, killed at Rich Mountain.
Moyers, Cain, Militia, D.
Moyers, Peyton, F, 62, killed at Beverley, West Virginia
Moyers, Solomon,
Moyers, Warden, C, 62, West Virginia.
Moyers, Marshall, K, 62, killed at New Market.
Mullenax, Edward, C, 62, D.
Mullenax, Henry, H, 62, D.
Mullenax, Isaac, C, 62, Tucker Co, West Virginia
Mullenax, Jacob, C, 62, Tucker Co, West Virginia
Mullenax, William, Sr., C, 62, D.
Mullenax, William (of Wm.) C, 62, D.
Montony, Robert, C, 62, Onego, West Virginia
Montony, VanBuren, C, 62, Randolph, West Virginia
Mumbert, George, K, 25.
Mumbert, Henry, K, 25, D.
Mumbert, Joseph W., Color Bearer, K, 25, killed at Cedar Mountain.
Mumbert, William, K, 25, died in service.
Mumbert, Nathan, K, 25, killed at Slaughter Mountain.
Murphy, John, E, 25, killed at Cross Keys.
Murphy, Isaiah, Militia, D.
Murphy, Logan, Capt. Jonas Chew's Co., Highland Home Guards, died in war.
Nelson, Absalom H., Capt. Co. C, 62, shot from ambush near Harmon, West Virginia
Nelson, Absalom, C, 62, died in Camp Chase.
Nelson, Benham, C, 62, Circleville, West Virginia
Nelson, Columbus, C, 62, West.
Nelson, Elijah, Militia, D.
Nelson, Elijah, (of Abel) A, 18, D.
Nelson, Isaac J., A, Pendleton Reserves, Randolph County, West Virginia
Nelson, Jacob, C, 62, West
Nelson, Jonathan, C 62, D
Nelson, Samuel (of Daniel) C, 62.
Nelson, Samuel P., C, 62, Grant Co. West Virginia
Nelson, Geo. Wash., C, 62, Kansas.
Nelson, Samuel K., C, 62, Whitmer, West Virginia
Nelson, B. Frank, K, 25, Riverton, West Virginia
Nelson, Sol. K., 1st. Lieut, C, 62, Grant Co., West Virginia
Nelson, Anderson, A, Pendleton Reserves, Kansas.
Nesselrodt, Amos, K, 25.
Nesselrodt, James E., 25, died in prison.
Nesselrodt, Jacob, K, 25, (?) killed in battle.
Nicholas, Joshua, C, 62, D.
North, C. David, F, 62, Yates City, Iowa.
Painter, Jacob, B, 62, D.
Payne, James Sr., K, 62, D.
Payne, James, F, 62, Rockingham.
Payne, Geo. W., Serg't. F, 62, Missouri.
Payne, Henry H., E, 62, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia
Payne, Solomon, K, 62, West.
Pennington, Reuben, A, Pendleton Reserves.
Pennington, Richard, F, 62, Moorefield, West Virginia
Pennington, Sampson, C, 62, died in Federal Prison.
Pennington, Solomon, K, 25, Rockbridge Co.
Pennington, Vinson, A, Pendleton Reserves.
Phares, Jacob, K, 25, Clover Hill, Virginia
Phares, John, C, 62, Oklahoma.
Phares, Philip, Jr., E. 25, Charleston, West Virginia
Phares, Sylvanus, C, 62. D.
Phares, Washington, K, 25, killed at Laurel Hill.
Pitzenbarger, Harrison, E, 25, Thorn, West Virginia
Pitzenbarger, Abraham, E, 25 (?) killed in battle
Pope, Geo. E., I, 62, Fort Seybert, West Virginia
Porter, Isaac V. A, 18, Indiana.
Powers, George, A, 18. Riverton, West Virginia
Powers, William, A, 18, Hardy Co., West Virginia
Powers, Thomas, unattached, killed near Riverton, West Virginia
Priest, Francis M., 1st Lieut., C, 62, D.
Priest, James A., F, 62, wounded at New Market, Franklin, West Virginia
Priest, Samuel P., 1st Serg't, wounded at Manassas, Franklin, West Virginia
Priest, Thomas H., 5th Serg't, F, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Propst, Joshua, A, Pendleton Reserves, Brandywine West Virginia
Propst, Amos, Drum Major, E, 25, killed at Petersburg, Virginia
Propst, Daniel, K, 62, wounded at Williamsport, Upshire Co., West Virginia
Propst, Geo. Ad., E, 25, died in hospital at Richmond, Virginia
Propst, Daniel F., E, 25, wounded at McDowell, in prison at Ft. Delaware, Elmira, Franklin, West Virginia
Propst, Sylvanus, E, 25, died during war.
Propst, David, K, 62, Mitchell, West Virginia
Propst, David D., K, 62, died in service.
Propst, Benjamin, D, 62, wounded at Winchester, Mitchell, West Virginia
Propst, Jonas, K, 62, died in hospital in Staunton, during service.
Propst, Amos, E, 25, killed at Mine Run.
Propst, Henry H., K, 62, died at Strasburg, in service.
Propst, James, K, 62, D.
Propst, Jeremiah (of Henry) B, 31, D.
Propst, John D., K, 62, died at Camp Washington, Augusta Co., Virginia
Propst, Joel, E, 25, died in hospital, in service.
Propst, Lewis, D, 62, Mitchell, West Virginia
Propst, Joseph, K. 62, D.
Propst, Joseph, K, 62, killed at Beverly.
Propst, Joseph, E, 25, killed at McDowell.
Propst, Laban H., K, 62, Brandy wine, West Virginia
Propst, Samuel, H., K, 62, D.
Propst, H. D., K, 62, died in service.
Propst, Absalom, E, 25, Brandywine, West Virginia
Propst, Philip, K, 62, died in service.
Propst, William R., I, 62, died in service.
Propst, Harrison, H., 1st Lieut, E, 25, Arkansas.
Propst, William W., A, Pendleton Reserves, Mitchell.
Propst, Ami, K, 62, died in service.
Propst, William, K, 62, D.
Propst, John, E, 25, West Virginia
Propst, Valentine, E, 25, West Virginia
Propst, Abel, Militia, died in service.
Propst, Hervey, D, 62, Iowa.
Propst, William Ad., K, 62. D.
Puffinbarger, Christian, K, 25, D.
Puffinbarger, Geo. C, A, Pendleton Reserves, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Puffinbarger, Joshua, A, Pendleton Reserves.
Puffinbarger, Wil
Puffinbarger, William, A, Pendleton Reserves, Upper Tract, West Virginia
Puffinbarger, Zebulon, F, 62, Camp Chase, D.
Puffinbarger, Samuel, K, 62, Camp Chase, Palo Alto, Virginia
Puffinbarger, William, K, 25, died in Camp Chase.
Puffinbarger, Joshua, K, 62.
Puffinbarger, Benjamin, K, 62, Palo Alto, Virginia
Rader, Henry P., F, 62, Upper Tract, West Virginia
Rader, James B., K, 62, died in Camp Chase.
Rader, Philip Y., B, 62, D.
Rader, David H., K, 62, Highland Co., Virginia
Rader, John F., K, 62, Upper Tract, West Virginia
Raines, Tobias, Militia, Randolph Co., died in Camp Chase.
Raines, Joseph, C, 62, Randolph Co., West Virginia
Raines, William, C, 62, West Virginia Randolph Co., West Virginia
Rexroad, Aaron, Sr., E, 25, Franklin, West Virginia
Rexroad, G. Marshall, K, 62, Crabbottom, Virginia
Rexroad, Adam, K, 62, 25.
Rexroad, Addison, K, 62, D.
Rexroad, Hendron, A, Pendleton Reserves, Doe Hill, Virginia
Rexroad, Jonas, K, 62, D.
Rexroad, Henry, Jr., E, 25, Franklin, West Virginia
Rexroad, Jacob, of H., E, 25, killed at McDowell.
Rexroad, Samuel, E, 25, died in service.
Rexroad, Laban, K, 31, D.
Rexroad, Ami, K, 62, killed at Williamsport.
Rexroad, Nariel, 26, D.
Rexroad, Solomon, C, 62, Cave, West Virginia
Rexroad, Augustus, Militia, D.
Rexroad, Washington, C, 62, Crabbottom, Virginia
Riggleman, Joshua, F, 62, killed at Green Spring, West Virginia, July 4, 1864.
Roberson, Henry, F, 62, Ruddle, West Virginia
Roberson, John W., G, 18, D.
Rogers, John, McClannahan's Battery.
Ruddle. Abel M., F. 62, wounded at Washington, D. C, Camp Chase, D.
Ruddle, Isaac C, 2nd Lieut. F, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Ruddle, James H., F, 62, Elmira (N. Y.) Prison. Kansas.
Ruddle, John M., Sr., K, 62, wounded at Washington, D. C, Franklin, West Virginia
Ruddle, John M., Jr., F, 62, 2nd Corp'l, Camp Chase, Ruddle, West Virginia.
Ruddle, William G., 2nd Serg't F, 62, Deer Run, West Virginia
Ruddle, Edward D., F, 62, D.
Ruleman, Henry Donahue, K, 62, Illinois.
Rymel, John P., -. 18, Missouri.
Schmucker, J. Nicholas, K, 25, died of fever during service.
Schmucker, Samuel L., K, 25, Upper Tract, West Virginia
Schrader, William H., E, 26, Tucker County, West Virginia
Schrader, Ammi, K, 25, D.
Schrader, Ezra, K, 25, killed at Gettysburg.
Schrader, Solomon, C, 62, died of fever in Harrisonburg, in service.
Schrader, David, K, 25, D.
Schrader, Henry, K, 25, D.
Sheets, William, A, 25, Stokesville, Virginia
Shaver, Samuel L., F, 62, D.
Shaw, James, K, 62, D.
Shears, James H., E, 25, Tucker County, West Virginia
Shottiger, William, McNeill's Rangers, killed at Beverly, West Virginia
Simmons, H. Adam, E, 25, Franklin, West Virginia
Simmons, Emanuel, K, 62, killed at Williamsport.
Simmons, Benjamin, A, Pendleton Reserves
Simmons, John, K, 25, Grant Co., West Virginia
Simmons, Emanuel A., C, 62, D.
Simmons, George W., C, 62, D.
Simmons, Harrison, Militia, Franklin, West Virginia
Simmons, Henry, E, 25, Cave, West Virginia
Simmons, Noah W., K, 25, D.
Simmons, William, K, 62.
Simmons, James, F, 62, D.
Simmons, Geo. Wash., K, 25.
Simmons, Jeremiah, E, 25, died in service of diphtheria.
Simmons, Jeremiah, Osceola, West Virginia
Simmons, John, K, 62, died in Federal prison.
Simmons, Josiah, F, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Simmons, James R., K, 62, Braxton Co. , West Virginia
Simmons, Lewis, F, 62, Braxton Co., West Virginia
Simmons, Hezekiah, K, 62, Hightown West Virginia
Simmons, Mordecai, A, Pendleton Reserves, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Simmons, Martin (of Sol) K, 62, D.
Simmons, Noah, W. K, 62, D.
Simmons, W. F., K, 62, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Simmons, Sylvester, Corp'l., A, Pendleton Reserves, Brandywine, West Virginia
Simmons, Adam, A Pendleton Reserves.
Simmons, G. Wesley, 2nd Lieut, C, 62, died in service of small pox.
Simmons, Hendron, A, Reserves, Doe Hill, Virginia
Simpson, Amos, 5 Serg't, K, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Simpson, James B., K, 25, Barbour County, West Virginia
Simpson, Michael, K, 62, killed at Strasburg, Virginia
Simpson, Miles, K, 62, Franklin, West Virginia
Sinnett, William, K, 62, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Sinnett, Henry, Jr., E, 25, D.
Siple, Joseph, G, 18, Doe Hill, Virginia
Siple, Geo. D., E, 18, wounded at New Market, Augusta County, West Virginia
Siple, Ambrose, Franklin Guard, died in service of diphtheria.
Siple, Conrad, Franklin Guard, died in service of diphtheria.
Siple, Josiah H., E, 25, Camp Chase, Fort Seybert, West Virginia
Siple, Samuel, G, 18, wounded at New Market, Deer Run, West Virginia
Siple, William, Militia, killed at Greenland Gap, Grant Co., West Virginia
Sites, William, Sr., Militia, died in Camp Chase.
Sites, William, Jr., E. 25, killed at New Creek, West Virginia
Skidmore, Joseph C, E, 25, Franklin, West Virginia
Skiles, Michael, E, 25. killed at McDowell
Smith, Ami, I, 62, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Smith, W. Ambrose, A, Pendleton Reserves, Riverton, West Virginia
Smith, Geo. Wash., E, 25, Ruddle, West Virginia
Smith, G. W. (of Adam) A, Pendleton Reserves.
Smith, Conrad, E, 25, D.
Smith, Nathan, C., K, 62, D.
Smith, Daniel C., K, 62, D.
Smith, Peter H., K, 62, Ruddle, West Virginia
Smith, Jno. W., 3rd Lieut. F, 62, died in Harrisonburg, in service
Stone, Miles, K, 62, Highland Co., Virginia
Stone, Hendron H., 3rd Lieut. K, 62, D.
Stone, John A., K, 62, D.
Summerfield, Wilson, C, 62, killed near Macksville, West Virginia
Swadley, Henry W., A, Pendleton Reserves, killed near Macksville, West Virginia
Swadley, Jacob, K, 62, Brandywine, West Virginia
Swadley, Valentine, A, Pendleton Reserves, D.
Switzer, David, F, 62, Barbour Co., West Virginia
Sponaugle, Amos, C, 62, Cave, West Virginia
Sponaugle, Geo. W., E, 25, Franklin, West Virginia
Sponaugle, William, Militia, D.
Sponaugle, Henry, F, 62, D.
Sponaugle, Jesse, Militia, D.
Sponaugle, Jacob, C, 62, died in service.
Sponaugle, George, A, 18, Lewis County, West Virginia
Sponaugle, Samuel, F, 62, West Virginia
Sponaugle, Nicholas, C, 62, died in Federal prison.
Sponaugle, Lewis, C, 62, D.
Sponaugle, Philip, Militia, D.
Sponaugle, William, C, 62, died in Federal prison.
Taylor, Emanuel, C, 62, D.
Temple, James M., McNeill's Rangers, D.
Teter, Amos, A, 18, Upshur Co., West Virginia
Teter, Balaam, C, 62, Kansas.
Teter, Cyrus, C, 62, D.
Teter, Eli P., C, 62, D.
Teter, Noah, Militia, Circleville, West Virginia
Teter, Samuel, C, 62, died in service in Harrisonburg, Virginia
Teter, Salem, C, 62, D.
Thompson, Amos, C, 62, Rivertown, West Virginia
Thompson, William, Militia, Riverton, West Virginia
Thompson, John, Militia, Riverton, West Virginia
Thompson, John, (of James) A, 18, Harmon, West Virginia
Thompson, Salem, A, 18, Ohio.
Thompson, Willis, Militia, died in Camp Chase.
Tingler, Jacob, C, 62, ' Randolph Co., West Virginia
Tingler, Miles, Militia, D.
Trumbo, A. Jackson, K, 26, Rockingham Co., Virginia
Trumbo, Elijah, I, 62, D.
Trumbo, J. Sylvester, 1st Serg't., K, 62, Brandywine, West Virginia
Trumbo, John D., K, 62, Virginia.
Trumbo, Morgan G., McNeill's Rangers, D.
Trumbo, George, I, 62, Fort Seybert, West Virginia
Trumbo, Samuel, Drummer, I, 62, D.
Vandevander, Adam C., C, 62, Circleville, West Virginia
Vandevander, Isaac, C, 62, killed at Williamsport.
Vandevander, Jacob, C, 62, D.
Vandevander, Isaac C., C, 62, Randolph Co., West Virginia
Vandevander, William, C, 62, Circleville, West Virginia
Varner, William, I, 25, Illinois.
Varner, Daniel, K, 62, D.
Vint, Esau, G, 18, Augusta Co., Virginia
Vint, William Hudson, C, 62, wounded at Williamsport and New Market, D.
Vint, William, G, 18, Doe Hill, Virginia
Vint, Hamilton, K, 62, killed near McDowell.
Vint, John, G, 62, moved to Illinois, D.
Vint, Geo. M., G. 18, Bridgewater, Virginia
Waggoner, J. Adam, K, 25, Fort Seybert, West Virginia
Waggoner, Geo. D., I, 62, Miles, West Virginia
Waggoner, Lewis B., I, 62, D.
Waldron, Noah, K, 25, died during war in service.
Walker, Edward, K, 62, Oak Flat, West Virginia
Warner, Amos B., C, 62, Riverton, West Virginia
Warner, Adam B., A, 18, Circleville, West Virginia
Warner, James, A, 18, Indiana.
Warner, John W., A, Pendleton Reserves, Circleville, West Virginia
Warner, Noah, C, 62, Nome, West Virginia
Warner, Peter S., Serg't, C, 62, D.
Warner, Zane B., A, 18, Riverton, West Virginia
Waybright, Churchville, H, 62, Dunlevie, West Virginia
Waybright, Jesse, Militia, shot from ambush, at home, and killed.
Waybright, Morgan, C, 62, Los Angeles, Cal.
Waybright, Nathan, C, 62, died in service.
Wees, Duncan, A, 18, Thorn, West Virginia
Wilfong, Eli, K, 62, killed at New Market.
Wilfong, Elias, A, Pendleton Reserves, Sugar Grove, West Virginia
Wilson, A. Jackson, 2nd Serg't., E, 25, Riverton, West Virginia
Wilson, Geo. T., E, 25, West.
Wilson, John E., Militia, Camp Chase, D.
Wilson, Noah, I, 62, died in Federal prison.
Wilson, Charles, D.
Wimer, Aaron, C, 62, West
Wimer, Abel, E, 25, wounded at McDowell, Nome, West Virginia
Wimer, Benjamin, C, 62, D.
Wimer, Ephraim, Lieut. I, 62, wounded New Market, Camp Chase. D.
Wimer, Elias, E, 25, Nebraska.
Wimer, Henry (of Geo.), E, 25, Kansas.
Wimer, Jacob, C, 62, Crabbottom, Virginia
Wimer, George, C, 62, killed at Williamsport.
Wimer, William, D, 62, D.
Wimer, George, D, 62, D.
Wimer, Nathan, C, 62, D.
Wimer, Joseph, C, 62, Boyer, West Virginia
Zickafoose, George, Militia, D.

The following is a list of Confederates, who, either during the Civil War, or immediately thereafter, made Pendleton County their adopted home.

Acrey, D. H., Alabama, D.
Blakemore, Noel B., I, 5, Sugar Grove, West Virginia.
Bowman, Thomas J., I, 23, D.
Campbell, William A., A, 20, Franklin, West Virginia.
Carter, J. Frank, C, 62 Georgia, Washington Artillery, wounded three times, Franklin, West Virginia.
Daugherty, James H., Captain, B, 11th Cavalry, lost leg at Sangster Station.
Goodman, James, 12 Georgia, D.
Hahn, Arthur A., Marcus' Battery, Artillery, Brandywine, West Virginia.
Marshall, John A., D.
May, Josiah F., H, 12 Cavalry, Stonewall Brigade, Miles, West Virginia.
Newcomb, Albert T., I, 44, Rexroad, W, Virginia
Pennybacker, Isaac S., H, 7, wounded at Greenland Gap, West Virginia, Franklin, West Virginia.
Pennybacker, J. Ed., McNeill's Rangers, Washington, D. C.
Ridgeway, Amos, D.

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Source: History Of Pendleton County West Virginia By Oren F. Morton, Franklin, West Virginia Published By The Author, 1910.

 

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