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Braxton's Battalion, Confederate Artillery      
Company A
Abrham Lantz - Private   
Enlisted from Pedelton Co, Virginia. Buried near Whitmer,WV
Contact Name:  Max Humphreys
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Date Added:  7/27/2007
Company A
Anthony Triplett - Unknown   
ANTHONY TRIPLETT- was born December 18, 1841 in the Dry Fork region of Randolph County WV., the son of John and Nancy Bennett Triplett. He enlisted in Co. A 18th Virginia Cavalry May 5, 1863 along with cousins Oliver and Jasper Wilmoth Triplett. Anthony was captured May 21, 1863 at Beverly, WV. He was forwarded to Fort Monroe, Va. where he was exchanged. While on detached duty on the night of March 20, 1864, Anthony and a squad of the 18th Virginia Cavalry were ambushed by the Union Home Guard ('The Swamp Dragons'), at 'The Sinks of Gandy', Randolph County. Anthony was severely wounded and left for dead but escaped and recovered from his wounds. His cousin Oliver was killed. Anthony was again captured in Highland County, Va. on May 29, 1864 by the Union 10th West Virginia Infantry and sent to POW Camp Chase. He was released by Oath January 10, 1865. After the war Anthony settled in Taylor County, WV., married Emeline Lake and raised two children. Anthony died at Webster, Taylor County December 13, 1925, and is buried with his wife in Lake Cemetery, Marion County, WV.
Contact Name:  Ralph Bennett
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Date Added:  1/10/2020
Company B
Ashford Park - Private   
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Contact Name:  Valerie Spear
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Date Added:  9/11/2007
Company C
Benjamin Markwood Haines - Private   
Benjamin M. Haines - from Slanesville, VA (WV) was in the 13th VA Infantry Co. I until late 1863 - moved to 18th VA Cavalry through the end of the war. There is mention in several publications indicating he may have also served in the Confederate Signal Corp. Paroled at Staunton, VA May 1865. Farmer - Born 2/7/1840 Died 5/28/1918, buried in Salem Church Cemetery, Slanesville, WV. His headstone is marked with the 13th Co. K for unknown reasons - a mistake by his wife Nancy - or maybe he was in K for a short period - unknown.
Contact Name:  Dan Cowgill
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Date Added:  11/10/2010
Company G
john william carpenter - Private   
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Contact Name:  horace g cooke jr.
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Date Added:  7/8/2004
Company G
Jasper Newton DeVier - Private   
enlisted 2/21/1863
Contact Name:  Suzanne DeVier
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Date Added:  7/7/2008
Company G
Jacob Hockman - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jerry Hockman
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Date Added:  9/22/2004
Company G
Phillip Kramer - Private   
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Contact Name:  David Murray
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Date Added:  1/8/2017
Company H
Joseph Henry Lutz - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jason Clawges
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Date Added:  11/19/2010
Company K
Moses biller - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Norman P Miller
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Date Added:  11/14/2009
Company K
Elijah Estep - Unknown   
CSA Unit: Co. K, 18th Virginia Cavalry.
d. Apr 11 1865 at Ft Delaware (POW)
buried at Finn's Pt. National Cemetery, Salem County, New Jersey.
Fort Delaware (DE) Military Prison, 1862-1865.
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller : 1st cousin 4 times removed, Father’s side)

Contact Name:  Norman P. Miller
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Date Added:  1/22/2008
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