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Freeman l aldridge - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  angelo d. aldridge
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Date Added:  5/31/2006
Company Unknown
Anderson McHone - Private   
Killed at Spotsylvania Courthouse.
Contact Name:  Mark McHone
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Date Added:  11/1/2011
Company Unknown
Joshua Smith - Private   
Brother of Garland, Robert and Lee of the 45th NC Infan. Reg. 2nd/Co. A (Brown Mountain Boys) served alongside 45th throughout most of the war. Surrendered with Gen. Lee at Appamatox, Va.
Contact Name:  Bill Collins
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Date Added:  1/13/2008
Company A
Martin V Barker - Private   
Killed May 3 1863 in Chancellorsville
Contact Name:  Bill
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Date Added:  5/12/2013
Company A
Hiram Barnes - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 4 May 1861 at the age of 48.
Received a disability discharge on 20 November 1861.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  7/13/2010
Company A
Willis Dennis - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Greg Bush
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Date Added:  10/6/2012
Company A
Daniel Wade Hurley - Unknown   
My research shows that my gr,gr grandfather, Daniel Wade Hurley, was in the NC 2nd Regiment Infantry, Company A. My records also show that he was a drummer and he died on May 3, 1863, which makes me believe he may have been killed at the Battle of Chancellorville.
Our family has never known where he was actually buried so they have all been assuming that he died on the battlefield and did not have a marked grave.
Contact Name:  Donna Miller
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Date Added:  3/14/2011
Company A
Charles Smith - Private   
Charles Smith was born in 1832 in Peters Creek, Stokes County, NC. He was the 2nd oldest son of John Smith & Elizabeth 'Betty' Brown. Charles enlisted in Company A, 2nd Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 1 Sep 1862 at the age of 30. Regimental records indicate that Charles deserted from his regiment on 12 Oct 1862. Charles likely rejoined an infantry regiment in Alleghany County, but it is possible his religious beliefs (regular Baptist) prevented him from fighting. I would appreciate any additional information about his military records. Charles married Sarah 'Sally' Mabe on 22 August 1851 in Stokes County, NC. He is my 3rd greatgrandfather thru his son Robert Lee Smith (1869-1950) of Alleghany County, NC.
Contact Name:  Don Taylor
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Date Added:  9/21/2007
Company A
Noah Smith - Private   
Noah Smith was born in 1847 in Stokes County, NC. He was the youngest son of John Smith & Elizabeth 'Betty' Brown. Noah enlisted in Company A, 2nd NC Infantry Regiment on 1 September 1864 at the age of 17. I am unsure of his military record. Noah Smith married Sallie Ann Mandring after the civil war. Noah is the brother of my 3rd great grandfather, Charles Smith who died in 1888 in Alleghany County, NC.
Contact Name:  Don Taylor
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Date Added:  9/21/2007
Company A
Peter Smith - Private   
Peter Smith was born 13 Dec 1828 in Stokes County, NC. He was the son of John Smith & Elizabeth 'Betty' Brown. He died 22 July 1904 in Stokes County, NC. Enlisted as a Private in Co A, 2nd NC Infantry Regiment on 1 September 1862 at the age of 27. I am unsure of his military record, discharge date, etc. Peter Smith married Annie Slaugther some time prior to his Civil War enlistment. Peter is the oldest brother of my 3rd greatgrandfather Charles Smith who died in Alleghany County, NC in 1888.
Contact Name:  Don Taylor
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Date Added:  9/21/2007
Company A
William Smith - Private   
Born about 1843 in Peters Creek, Stokes County, NC. Enlisted as a Private on 4 May 1861 at the age of 17. Parents were John Smith & Elizabeth 'Betty' Brown. William Smith was the brother of my 3rd great grandfather Charles Smith, who passed away in 1888 in Alleghany County, NC. I am unsure what happed to William after his enlistment.
Contact Name:  Don Taylor
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Date Added:  9/21/2007
Company B
Perry Nicholson Bissett - Private   
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Contact Name:  C Preston
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Date Added:  8/3/2011
Company B
Ransom S. Boyette - Private   
Ransom S. Boyette was my great, great, grandfather and he enlisted as a Private in the NC 2nd Infantry on 27 May 1861 from Wilson County, NC.
Contact Name:  Randy Boyette
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Date Added:  8/14/2012
Company B
Anderson Creed - Private   
He was born 1839 in Surry County, NC. He enlisted on September 18, 1861 in Surry County, NC and mustered into Company B, NC 2nd Infantry on same day. He POW February 8, 1862 at Roanoke Island, NC and then paroled February 21, 1862 at Elizabeth City, NC. Detailed September 30, 1863 as a division Wagoner through February 1865. Hospitalized June 4, 1864 at Danville, Virginia with vul sclopeticum arm. Transferred June 21, 1864 place not stated. He was surrendered on April 9, 1865.
Contact Name:  A. Bright
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Date Added:  9/4/2009
Company B
Samuel P Freeman - Private   
Born: 8 May 1824 Surry County, North Carolina
Died: 3 Aug 1904 Surry County, North Carolina
Buried: Pine Ridge Baptist Cemetery Mount Airy, Surry County, North Carolina /
Battle: of Cold Harbor 31 May 1864

Contact Name:  Chris Redmond
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Date Added:  8/20/2014
Company B
Daniel A Gardner - Private   
Born: 22 Jan 1823 Viriginia Died: Jun 1888 Surry County, North Carolina Buried: small family cemetery on their farm between SR 1489 and 1418 Surry County, NC Enlisted: 10 Aug 1861 Battle: of Cold Harbor May 31, 1864
Contact Name:  Chris Redmond
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Date Added:  8/20/2014
Company B
Henry Mercer - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 28 May 1861 at the age of 18.
Wounded at Sharpsburg, MD on 17 September 1862.
Died from wounds on 15 October 1862 near Winchester, VA.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  7/13/2010
Company C
Jordan W Branch - Private   
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Contact Name:  K. B. Sherman
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Date Added:  1/19/2010
Company C
James F Herring - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kenny Howell
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Date Added:  2/22/2010
Company C
Calvin Lambert - Private   
Any info on Calvin Lambert would be a great help
Contact Name:  Michael Lambert
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Date Added:  10/9/2009
Company C
Ivy (Ivey) Mozingo - Private   
Enlisted in Company C at Goldsboro in June 1861. Age 52. Recorded as 'Absent Sick' in October 1862. Carried as 'sick in hospital' through April 1863. His last muster roll reports him as 'Sent to hospital in Winchester October 20, 1862 - supposed to be dead'.
Contact Name:  Russ Lane
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Date Added:  1/19/2006
Company D
Kindred Lewis - Sergeant   
Color guard. Killed at Chancellorsville. Described in the following manner in the Regimental History of North Carolina troops . . .
A short time before the battle of Chancellorsville the color- guard of the regiment was reformed, consisting of a sergeant and a corporal from each company. Kindred Lewis was the sergeant selected. Every member of the regiment looked with pride upon this splendid young soldier and his companions who stood beside him. Tall, erect, in action like the herald Mercury, he bore high the blue saltier on its field of crimson. When the command 'Charge!' was given, he rushed forward to mount the wall of the enemy's defense. In that moment every member of the color-guard was shot, and Lewis, who had leaped upon the wall, fell forward on the outer side, killed instantly. The regiment returned sadly to camp.
Contact Name:  Joe Moore
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Date Added:  11/23/2018
Company D
Peter McDonald - Private   
Enlisted in Wayne County May 29, 1861.

Was taken prisoner at Sharpsburg.
Contact Name:  John McDonald
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Date Added:  8/28/2012
Company D
Murphy McKeel (McKell) - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mike McKeel
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Date Added:  4/27/2007
Company D
Lawrence Pope - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 29 May 1861 at the age of 20.
Wounded at Malvern Hill, VA on 1 July 1862.
Died from wounds on 20 July 1862 at Richmond, VA.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  7/6/2010
Company D
Henry W Sherrill - Private   
2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry Company D.

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, 1863. Henry was captured during the retreat from Gettysburg at Waterloo, Pennsylvania on 5 JUL 1863 among the sick and wounded. Confined at Fort McHenry, he was paroled for transfer and sent to Fort Delaware on 9 JUL 1863.
Contact Name:  Andy Witt
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Date Added:  5/25/2010
Company D
Andrew Jackson Shoemaker - Private   
Enlisted by Captain Edward Smith in Forsyth County, Ga on October 19, 1861 for 12 months.

Captured by the forces of Gen. A.E. Burnside on Roanoke Island February 8, 1862. Paroled Elizabeth City, NC February 21, 1862.

Admitted Soldiers Home Hospital, Richmond, Va October 23, 1862 for remittent fever. Returned to service January 31, 1863.

Register of Claims of Deceased Officers and Soldiers from NC which were filed for settlement in the office of the Confederate States Auditor for the War Department. Filed October 5, 1863.
Contact Name:  Andy Witt
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Date Added:  7/5/2009
Company D
John Shoemaker - Private   
'This company was formed of men transferred from Captain Jesse Burtz's Company (Cherokee Georgia Mountaineers) which was divided by S. O. No. 163, A.&I.G.O. dated 26 SEP 1861. It afterward became Company D, 21st Battalion, North Carolina Infantry. Being composed of men from Georgia, it was subsequently transferred to the 21st Regiment, Georgia Infantry by S. O. No. 84, A.&I.G.O. dated 11 APR 1864 and became (New) Company E of that regiment.' John W. SHOEMAKER enrolled on 22 JUL 1861 at Concord, Dawson County, Georgia in Captain Smith's Company, Independent Regiment, Wise Legion. As noted above, this company evolved into Company D, 2nd Battalion, North Carolina Infantry. The entire company was captured at Roanoke Island, North Carolina on 8 FEB 1862. The POWs, including John, were released as paroled prisoners of war at Elizabeth City, North Carolina on 21 FEB 1862. This release on parole predates the Dix-Hill Cartel signed between the two War Departments on 22 JUL 1862, but these men were eventually declared exchanged and returned to duty after several months at home. The 2nd Battalion, North Carolina Infantry was engaged at Gettysburg in July 1863. John W. SHOEMAKER was captured during the retreat at Waterloo, Pennsylvania on 5 JUL 1863. He was sent to Fort McHenry and forwarded to Fort Delaware on 9 JUL 1863 probably arriving the next day. John was transferred from Fort Delaware to Point Lookout on 18 OCT 1863 (his Point Lookout record shows him arriving 15 OCT 63, so one of these records was copied in error). He remained at Point Lookout from October 1863 until 13 FEB 1865 when he was paroled for a 'humanitarian' exchange, and delivered to Confederate authorities at Coxes Landing on the James River near Richmond in the two day period 14/15 FEB 1865. There were 2,051 paroled Confederate POWs delivered from Point Lookout over this two day period. The final record in John's file shows that he was present at Camp Lee (a camp for paroled and exchanged prisoners in Richmond) on 17 FEB 1865. Only 7 officers and 50 men were surrendered in April 1865 and John W. SHOEMAKER was not documented as being one of them. This suggests that he may have been furloughed home or perhaps he just went home on his own initiative. The primary condition for being selected for these 'humanitarian' releases was that a Union army surgeon examine the men and only those deemed 'likely to be unfit for at least 60 days' were selected for delivery. Most of those delivered were examined in the Receiving & Wayside Hospital (G. H. No. 9) at Richmond and distributed to Richmond area hospitals for further treatment as needed. There is no hospital record in John's file, so he may have been deemed fit for duty by Confederate authorities.
Contact Name:  Andy Witt
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Date Added:  7/5/2009
Company D
Oliver Shoemaker - Private   
Enlisted September 1, 1861 Concord, Ga
Contact Name:  Andy Witt
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Date Added:  7/5/2009
Company D
Drury Meeks Walls - Private   
Private Drury Meeks Walls was born on 19 December 1843 in Forsyth County, GA. He enlisted in Company D, 2nd Regiment North Carolina Infatry on 28 Nov 1861 and fought with this regiment until his capture at Gettysburg on July 4, 1863. He was exchanged on July 18 and returned to his unit and fought until he was again captured and sent to Point Lookout POW camp in October 1863. He was agin exchanged and returned to his until until his transfer to Company E, 21st Regiment, Georgia Infantry on 11 Apr 1864. He fought with this unit through the remainder of the war until their surrender at Appomattox. His father, Nace Walls, served as a Private in Company E, 24th Regiment Georgia Infantry. He died on 26 November 1900 in Gainesville, GA. He was married to Martha Louisa Gillespie and had five children: John Wesley, Emery J, Drury M, Martha, and Sara A.
Contact Name:  Corey Patterson
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Date Added:  8/26/2011
Company E
Bedredon D Bass - Private   
Enlisted in Raleigh, N.C. 07/15/1862
POW 10/02/1862 Leesville VA Paroled same day
Present and Accounted for until his death 03/26/1863
No annotations as to status: KIA,W,DD
Contact Name:  Mike Brummett
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Date Added:  11/10/2011
Company E
Henry C Bateman - Private   
Henry enlisted 16 May 1861 and mustered out 19 Jan 1863 at Goldsboro, NC hospital. Records also showed he died of Typhoid Fever on 19 Jan 1863
Contact Name:  Angie Smith
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Date Added:  4/20/2016
Company E
William F. Fitzgerald - Private   
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Contact Name:  Sandy Winslow
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Date Added:  10/20/2012
Company E
Charles Pinckney MURRAH - Private   
Wounded at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863, and sent to Goldsboro, North Carolina, carried to Field Hospital on account of excessive heat and severe muscular cramps in 1863. Surrendered at Appomattox, Virginia, April 9, 1865.

This company which became the (new) Company A, 60 th GA Regiment, Meriwether County, 'Anthony Grays', was organized in September, 1861 for one year, as Captain DuBose's Company, Georgia Volunteers. Upon the organization of the 2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry in November 1861, it was assigned to that battalion as Company E. In May 1862, the company was reorganized and was transferred to the 60th Regiment Georgia Infantry by S. O. Number 84, A. & I. G. O, dated April 11, 1864, and became (New) Company A, of that regiment.
All Muster Rolls of this company prior to April 11, 1864, bear the caption 'Company E, 2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry.'
Charles had 2 first cousins in this unit, James A. and Morgan Henry Murrah.
Contact Name:  Cheri Rodgers Amarna
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Date Added:  1/2/2012
Company E
James A. MURRAH - Private   
Private -enlisted May 16, 1862. Left behind at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, as nurse for the wounded, July 3, 1863. Captured there July 5, 1863. Paroled at DeCamp General Hospital, David's Island, New York Harbor, August 24, 1863. Exchanged at City Point, Virginia, August 28, 1863. Left at Frederick City, Maryland, as nurse for wounded, July 9, 1864. Captured at Monocacy, Maryland, July 10, 1864. Imprisoned at Fort McHenry, Maryland, and Point Lookout, Maryland where he was paroled March 15, 1865. Transferred to Aiken's Landing, Virginia, same day. Received at Boulware & Cox's Wharves, James River, Virginia, and exchanged March 18, 1865. This company which became the (new) Company A, 60 th GA Regiment, Meriwether County, 'Anthony Grays', was organized in September, 1861 for one year, as Captain DuBose's Company, Georgia Volunteers. Upon the organization of the 2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry in November 1861, it was assigned to that battalion as Company E. In May 1862, the company was reorganized and was transferred to the 60th Regiment Georgia Infantry by S. O. Number 84, A. & I. G. O, dated April 11, 1864, and became (New) Company A, of that regiment.
All Muster Rolls of this company prior to April 11, 1864, bear the caption 'Company E, 2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry.'
James had 1 first cousin in this unit, Charles Pinckney MURRAH and brother Morgan Henry MURRAH.
Contact Name:  Cheri Rodgers Amarna
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Date Added:  1/2/2012
Company E
Morgan Henry MURRAH - 2nd Sergeant   
Enlisted May 10, 1862. Sick in hospital November 4, 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox, Virginia, April 9, 1865.
This company, (new) Company A, 60 th GA Regiment, Meriwether County, 'Anthony Grays', was organized in September, 1861 for one year, as Captain DuBose's Company, Georgia Volunteers. Upon the organization of the 2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry in November 1861, it was assigned to that battalion as Company E. In May 1862, the company was reorganized and was transferred to the 60th Regiment Georgia Infantry by S. O. Number 84, A. & I. G. O, dated April 11, 1864, and became (New) Company A, of that regiment.
All Muster Rolls of this company prior to April 11, 1864, bear the caption 'Company E, 2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry.'
Morgan's brother, James A. MURRAH and his 1st cousin, Charles Pinckney MURRAH were in this unit.
Contact Name:  Cheri Rodgers Amarna
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Date Added:  1/2/2012
Company F
Presley Lemuel Bennett - Private   
Presley Lemuel Bennett resided in Anson County, North Carolina and enlisted in Wake County on August 15, 1862. He was wounded at South Mountain, Maryland on September 14-15, 1862. He was wounded again at Chancellorsville, Virginia on May 3, 1863. Presley was reported as absent on company muster rolls through April 1, 1864. He was captured st Strasburg, Virginia on October 19, 1864 and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland until released after taking the Oath of Allegiance on June 4, 1865. Documents indicate that in 1870 he lived in Wadesboro, North Carolina (Anson County). Presley married Laura Bowman on 8-5-1875. They resided in Anson County, North Carolina and had 2 children that were twins. William White Bennett and Harriet Lilly Bennett were born on 10-8-1876. Presley Lemuel Bennett died 8-16-1917 and is buried in the Bennett family plot in Eastview cemetery in Wadesboro. Laura Bowman Bennett (his wife) died 6-24-1907. Presley's children and spouses are also buried here as well. We continue to look for information regarding our Confederate ancestor and would appreciate any information or photos of the company in hopes of finding out more about Presley Lemuel Bennett.
Contact Name:  William Bennett Williams
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Date Added:  2/20/2011
Company F
John Wright Carter - Private   
Died of wounds - March 13, 1863
Contact Name:  Wilbert Carter
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Date Added:  4/17/2012
Company F
Madison Kindley - Private   
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Contact Name:  C. Kindley
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Date Added:  6/14/2009
Company F
John D May - Private   
John is buried in the Confederate Section, at Long Island National Cemetery (Cypress Hills)in Brooklyn, New York in the same grave as my great- great uncle Jasper Newton Stowe (23rd North Carolina Infantry).
Contact Name:  lawson stowe warren
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Date Added:  12/31/2008
Company Field & Staff
Daniel Washington Hurtt - Major   
Major Daniel Washington Hurtt was born in New Bern, NC, on June 18, 1825. Early in 1861, he entered the service of the Confederate States as Captain of the Beauregard Rifles, assigned to Company I, 2nd Regiment, NC militia under the command of Colonel Charles C. Tew.
He served with the regiment on the Rappahannock and in North Carolina until the opening of the campaign of Richmond in 1862. He served in General Anderson's brigade during the Seven Days campaign and then at Mechanicsville, Cold Harbor, and Malvern Hill He was next in battle at South Mountain and Sharpsburg, where he was shot in the face, losing the teeth on one side of his upper jaw, and taken prisoner by the enemy and sent to the hospital at Boonsboro. About ten days later he was exchanged, and upon his recovery, he rejoined his regiment in time to take part in the battles of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, during which he was recognized for distinguished service in command of the brigade skirmishers, and was promoted to Major on the field by General Ramseur. On the first day's fight at Gettysburg, he was struck on the lower part of the breast by a minie ball, which, after penetrating a package of letters and a pocket bible, inflicted such injuries that he was incapacitated for further service. He reported for duty in May, 1864, but upon examination was granted a furlough, and in August, 1864, he was compelled to resign on account of continued disability. He made his home at New Bern in 1865, then removed to Tarboro, back to New Bern in 1877, and then to Goldsboro in 1886, where he remained until his death in 1805. He was buried in Cedar Grove cemetery in New Bern.
He married Maria E. Tisdale in 1846, who was the daughter of Captain William Tisdale, 18th US Infantry during the War of 1812. He had three children who survived the war: 1) Private William Tisdale Hurtt, 67th NC Infantry, 2) Private Stephen F. Hurtt, 3rd US Infantry, Spanish-American War, and 3) Henry T. Hurtt. After the death of his first wife, he wedded Kate L. Dewey. A brother of Major Hurtt, Seaman Edward H. Hurtt, served during the war on the Confederate blockade-runner, CSS Merrimac.
Contact Name:  Corey Patterson
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Date Added:  11/30/2009
Company G
Robert Hinton Jones - 2nd Lieutenant   
Robert was 20 years old when he enlisted on 16 May 1861 and elected as 3rd Lieut. Promoted to full 2nd Lieut. 13 July 1862. Oct 1861 finds him sick in the hospital at Fredricksburg, Va. Under fire at Battle of Chancelorsville Va. July 1-3 was in the battle at Gettysburg. 9 April 1865 unit surrender at Appomattox and swallowed the 'Yellow Dog' He is related thru marriage of my 2nd cousin 3 x removed.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  2/14/2019
Company G
George Washington Rhodes - Private   
George was the eldest of five (5) brothers who were in Co. G, 2nd NC Regt. Two died, one was captured twice. George was wounded six times in four battles: Fredericksburg-shoulder, Gettysburg-left leg, Spotsylvania-forefinger of left hand shot off and wounded in left leg, Cedar Creek-right wrist and right leg. Taken captured in Petersburg on April 3, 1865. Released from Point Lookout after taking the Oath of Allegiance on 17 June 1865. Would name one of his two sons Robert E. Lee Rhodes.
Contact Name:  John Rhodes
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Date Added:  7/27/2011
Company G
Henry H Young - Private   
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Date Added:  7/17/2014
Company G
Julius A Zimmerman - Private   
Born 1841. WIA 8 Feb 1862 at Roanoke Island NC. Died 26 Feb 1862 at Portsmouth VA.
Contact Name:  Tony Collins
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Date Added:  8/12/2009
Company G
Martin V Zimmerman - Private   
Born 1835. Captured 6 Feb 1862 at Roanoke Island NC. POW at Elizabeth City NC and died 4 Mar 1863.
Contact Name:  Tony Collins
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Date Added:  8/12/2009
Company H
William B. Pike - Private   
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Contact Name:  Rhonda Florian
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Date Added:  4/15/2012
Company H
James Rollins - Private   
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Contact Name:  Nelson Rollins II
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Date Added:  3/10/2013
Company H
Richard Lee Rollins - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Nelson Rollins II
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Date Added:  3/10/2013
Company H
Machlus Talton - Private   
Machlus 'Mack' Talton, born 1823 in Johnston Co., NC. Elisted 5/21/61 at age 38. Wounded 7/1/63 at Gettysburg. Wounded at Farmville, VA 5/6/64. Served in Lee's Army of Northern VA, Jackson's 2nd Corp, Rode's Div., Ramseur's Brigade, 2nd NC Regiment,Co. H led by Major D.W. Hurtt.'The 2nd NC Infantry participated in more than fifty various engagements during it's career.' Also includes Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness,Petersburg, and Appomattox Court House. He died at 57 in 1880, in Johnston Co., NC
Contact Name:  Ronald Eugene Talton
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Date Added:  8/9/2014
Company H
George Williams - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 9 May 1862 at the age of 18.
Died of disease on 23 January 1863 at Richmond, VA Hospital.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  6/27/2010
Company H
Jacob Williams - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 27 May 1861 at the age of 25.
Wounded in the left hand on 1 July 1863 at Gettysburg, PA.
Returned to regiment before November.
On Provost Guard at Corps Headquarters from November 1863 through the rest of the war.
Surrendered on 9 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  6/27/2010
Company H
Robin Williams - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 29 March 1864.
Surrendered on 9 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  6/27/2010
Company I
Edward K Bryan - 2nd Lieutenant   
I have alot of info on him. Not my relative, but I have his Officer shell jacket he wore in the war. Have family records.
Contact Name:  Bruce Hohler
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Contact Homepage:  www.franklinrelics.com
Date Added:  12/10/2006
Company I
Daniel Alexander Clodfelter - Private   
Born 1838, died 1918. WIA 22 Sep 1864 Fishers Hill VA; POW Elmira NY until paroled. Buried Pilgrim Lutheran Cemetery Davidson Co. NC
Contact Name:  Tony Collins
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Date Added:  2/20/2005
Company I
Hamilton L Clodfelter - Private   
Born 1832, died 1917. Buried Bethany Reformed Cemetery in Davidson Co. NC.
Contact Name:  Tony Collins
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Date Added:  8/12/2009
Company K
David Lewis Cordell - Private   
found this on ancsetry.com
Contact Name:  ben cordell
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Date Added:  1/2/2012
Company K
Wiley F. Higgins - Private   
Commissioned as a Lieutenant and transferred to Whitford's Battalion after battle of Gettysburg.
Contact Name:  Joe Moore
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Contact Homepage:  joetm1952@gmail.com
Date Added:  11/23/2018
Company K
Calvin Parsons - Private   
Calvin Parsons was born in 1841 in Ashe County, NC. He was the son of William Parsons & Ruth Sexton. Calvin left Ashe County for Raleigh in 1860 to enlist in the Confederate Army. Calvin Parsons enlisted in Co. K, 2nd NC infantry on Sept. 1, 1862. He was killed in battle at on 3 May 1863 at Chancellorsville, VA. He was the brother of my 3rd great grandfather John Hardin Parsons.
Contact Name:  Don Taylor
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Date Added:  11/20/2007
Company K
Alfred Thomas Shaw - Private   
Residence: Ashe County, North Carolina
Enlisted in Company K, 2nd Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 15 August 1862. POW on 19 October 1864 at Strasburg, VA (near Middletown, Virginia). Confined on 21 October 1864 at Point Lookout, MD. Took Oath of Allegiance on 20 June 1865. Released on 20 June 1865
Contact Name:  Gary Shaw
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  5/14/2007
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