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Corps of Cadets, Virginia Military Institute      
Company Unknown
Benjamin Edward Cabell - Lieutenant   
d. March 17, 1862, at Chimborazo Hospital,
Richmond, Va. His aged father did not know
of his illness until the telegraph announced his
death. He never rallied from the shock, and
soon after the loss of his 'Benjamin' the father (Benjamin Willian Sherdian Cabell) joined the son where parting is no more.
Contact Name:  John R Sloan
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Date Added:  1/17/2013
Company Unknown
Edward Claxton Edmonds - Colonel   
Col Edmonds was the commander of the 38th Virginia Infantry and was killed on July 3, 1863 during Pickett's Charge where his command part of Gen Lewis Armistead's followed Pettigrew's and Trimble's into the field. After marching west, the command turned and headed northeast. Col. Edmonds was killed about 30 feet from the Angle. He was buried on the field and later exhumed and is now buried at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond.
Contact Name:  C Edmonds Allen
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Date Added:  5/21/2008
Company Unknown
Benjamin James Hawthorne - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Cheryl Grafton
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  9/2/2008
Company Unknown
Robert A. McDowell - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Sandra
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  5/20/2015
Company A
Charles Dodson Bennett - Unknown   
Charles Dodson Bennett or Dotise as was called served form 1861-1865.
Contact Name:  Wesley Bennett
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/3/2013
Company A
Green w Clements - Corporal   
April 13, enlisted as private,In may 1862 was sent to hospital at Richmond from present camp.In June 1862 now corporal, he was detailed as Brigade Provost Gaurd. He was KIA during Pickett's charge at Gettysburg,Pennsylvania on July 3, 1863.His brother Bedford Clements died in union army prison camp. Other 2 brothers survived
Contact Name:  Timothy wilkins
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  6/28/2015
Company A
Parham Branch Clements - Private   
Enlisted 1862 at Kentuck, VA. Wounded at Gettysburg, Pickett's Charge, 1863 and Chester Station south of Richmond, 1864. Died 1879 age 49, and is buried in Ringgold, VA.
Contact Name:  Jerry Franklin
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  7/6/2008
Company A
Parham Branch Clements - Private   
Per Gregory's 38th VA Infantry book: Clement, Parham Branch: born 8/8 29 enl. 3/13/63 at Kentuck; Pvt; Co. A Present until admitted to Chimbarozo Hosp. 5/1/62 with remittent fever and furloughed from there 5/62 for 20 days. WIA at Gettysburg 7/3/63. Admitted Chimborazo Hosp. 7/13-7/17/63, with wound. WIA at Chester Station 5/10/64 and admitted to Chimborzo Hosp. 5/11/64 with compound fracture of left hand and amputated middle finger. Died 8/4/79. Buried Stimson-Wiles family cemetery, West of Rt 713 (on Old Hundred Rd) Ringgold, VA.
Contact Name:  Jerry H. Franklin
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  3/28/2011
Company A
David Nowlin Collie - Private   
enlisted 10/14/1864 Co A
Service 10/64 - Feb 65
Chimborazo #3 Hosp Mar 6 1865 Bronchitis
Transfer Danville Gen Hosp 3/16 arrive 3/20
Return to duty 4/11/1865
Contact Name:  Michael Collie
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/27/2016
Company A
William H Collie - Private   
enlisted Mar 8 1862 at Kentuck, Pitts Co, Va by Capt Dan Townes
Chimborazo #1 Hosp Mar 30 1862 Rubella
Died in Hosp Apr 10 1862
Service 1 mo 4 days
Contact Name:  Michael Collie
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/27/2016
Company A
Champ Terry Evans - Private   
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Contact Name:  Bill Bailey
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Date Added:  2/21/2016
Company A
George T Richardson - Private   
enlisted June 1861
wounded Aug 25 1862
Chimborazo #4 Oct 1861
Chinborazo #3 Apr 62
Contact Name:  Michael Collie
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/27/2016
Company A
Henry Richardson - Private   
enlisted Mar 1862
Chimborazo #2 Apr 62
Died Mat 9 1862 Rubella, Bronchitis, Typhoid
Contact Name:  Michael Collie
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/27/2016
Company A
Henry Richardson - Private   
He served from March 1862 until May 1962 when he became ill from rubella, bronchitis and typhoid fever and died in the CSA Chimborazo #2 Hospital in Richmond, VA. He was my great uncle.
Contact Name:  Jack Mitchell
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  3/2/2014
Company B
Caleb Adkins - Private   
enlisted March 11, 1862
Contact Name:  Lionel Adkins
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  8/5/2007
Company B
Lewis G. Adkins - Private   
Lewis joined the 38th Infantry, Company B, of the Confederate Army late in the war, April 22, 1864. He served gallantly until the end of hostilities.
Contact Name:  Mary Lou Adkins Hagen
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  hagen.familyfiles.info
Date Added:  12/21/2007
Company B
George W. Blair - Sergeant   
My G Uncle 1840-1865 Captured at Gettysburg in Pckett's Charge,sent to Ft. McHenry,then Ft Delaware,then Pt. Lookout,exchanged Feb 21-22 1865 to Ft. Lee and back with the 38th Va. Vindicators KIA at Five Forks April 1,1865
Contact Name:  Sammy Blair
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  2/10/2016
Company B
Suter F. Blair - Private   
Pvt. Suter F.Blair 1843-1863 wounded in Pickett's Charge Gettysburg, July 3,1863 thigh amputation died in Gettysburg July 15 ,1863 brother to Sgt. George W. Blair also in 38th Co.B Vindicators Pittsylvania Co. Va. Seven Blair brother's served in the CSA
Contact Name:  Sammy Blair
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Date Added:  2/10/2016
Company B
John Roy Cabell - Captain   
Occupation: Physician
Enlistment Date: 4 Jun 1861
Commissioned Captain in Company B, Virginia 38th Infantry Regiment.
Mustered out on 10 Dec 1862.
Green Hill Cemetery, Danville, Danville City, Virginia Created by: Karen Marks Wrenn Record added: May 05, 2003 Find A Grave Memorial# 7415712
Contact Name:  John R Sloan
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/17/2013
Company B
Thomas William Casey - Private   
This is my G Grandfather
Contact Name:  Roger Casey
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  11/8/2015
Company B
M. Densmore - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Ted Evans
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Date Added:  7/7/2004
Company B
Samuel P. Dodd - Unknown   
Enlisted at Callands Va. 6/04/1861, died 3/17/1962, Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, Va.
Contact Name:  Michael Hancock
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/21/2010
Company B
Thomas Wesley Dodd - Unknown   
Enlisted 6/04/1861 at Calland, Va. Wounded at Drewry's Bluff 5/18/1864. POW, Five Forks 4/01/1865, released 6/20/1865
Contact Name:  Michael Hancock
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/21/2010
Company B
Josiah Fuller - Sergeant   
Sgt. Josiah Fuller Captured at Gettysburg July 3,1863 Died at Point Lookout POW camp Maryland. Cousin to George and Suter Blair also of Co. B Pittsylvania Co. Vindicators
Contact Name:  Sammy Blair
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Date Added:  2/10/2016
Company B
George Crawford Lynch - Private   
My 2x great grandfather.
He was shot in the foot, which bothered
him the rest of his life.
He died in Danville, Va. in 1907.
Contact Name:  Reginald M. Reid
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  Ixfinity by Comcast.net
Date Added:  6/5/2013
Company B
James R. Meadows - Private   
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Contact Name:  Don Meadows
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Date Added:  4/9/2007
Company B
George W. Mitchell - Unknown   
See John Edwin Michell, Sr.
Contact Name:  Karen Hughes
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  3/17/2010
Company B
James M Mitchell - Unknown   
see James E. Mitchell sr
Contact Name:  Karen Hughes
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Date Added:  3/17/2010
Company B
John Edwin Mitchell, Sr - Unknown   
Don't know a lot about this part of my family as when my father died he was the last one who knew anything but I found this stuff in my grandma's papers. I hope this is the right group as it states he and his brothers were members of the Barhamsville Grays, Co.B Virginia Regiment, Armistead's Brigade, Pickett's Division. If I have reported this wrong let me know. The brothers were George W. Mitchell and James M. Mitchell.
Contact Name:  Karen Hughes
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Date Added:  3/17/2010
Company B
James Lafayette Oakes - Private   
Great-great grandfather James L. Oakes enlisted in Co.B, 38th VA in August 1862. He joined his brothers Sgt. Tom Oakes and Cpl. John Oakes already in the company. James and another brother Charles had families. They enlisted in 1862 to avoid conscription, but Charles joined Co.E, 57th. James was shot through the left shoulder in Pickett's Charge and retreated with the army. He was wounded in the leg by a canister ball at Chester Station May 10, 1864. (Pittsylvania County Historical Society has this ball on display). James spent the remainder of the war recovering and was surrendered with the hospital in Thomasville, NC.
Contact Name:  James Brandau
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Contact Homepage:  www.murderatgreensprings.com
Date Added:  12/30/2009
Company B
James Washington Oakes - Unknown   
James was the father of Thomas Clement, James Lafayette, John Kerr and Charles Oakes. James survived the war and died 16 September, 1877 in Pittsylvania County.
Contact Name:  Jordan Turner
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Date Added:  6/29/2015
Company B
James Lafayette Oakes - Private   
James Lafayette Oakes
Enlisted: August, 1862
Unit: B. Company (Pittsylvania Vindicators), 38th Virginia Infantry Regiment/ Armistead's Brigade/ Pickett's Division/ Longstreet's Corps/ Confederate States Army
Born: 19 September 1836, Callands, Pittsylvania County, VA.
Died: 23 August 1920, Pittsylvania County, VA.
Buried: Chestnut Level Baptist Church Cemetery, Pittsylvania County, VA.
Remarks: Shot thru left arm at Pickett's Charge, retreated with remains of the Army of Northern Virginia. He was wounded in the left leg by a canister-ball at Chester-Station, May 10 1864. The ball is on display at the Pittsylvania County Historical Society. Spent the remainder of the war recovering and surrendered at a Thomasville, NC Hospital.
Contact Name:  Jordan Turner
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Date Added:  7/12/2015
Company B
John Kerr Oakes - 3rd Corporal   
3rd Corporal, John Kerr Oakes
Relation: Paternal 5th Great Grand-uncle.
Enlisted: 4 April 1861, Callands VA.
Unit: B. Company (Pittsylvania Vindicators), 38th Virginia Infantry Regiment/ Armistead's Brigade/ Pickett's Division/ Longstreet's Corps/ Confederate States Army.
Born: 14 June 1838, Pittsylvania County, VA.
Died: 2 February 1932, Pittsylvania County, VA.
Remarks: Promoted to Corporal after Malvern Hill. He was disciplined for allowing a deserter to escape his custody while on a train. John only incurred a bullet-nick to his lip throughout the war. John once carried food to General Lee at Appomattox- out of hunger from not eating for three days, John ate one of the pones of cornbread. John left Appomattox without parole, was eventually captured by union calvary and sent to Richmond. Swore an oath of allegiance and let free to walk home.
Contact Name:  Jordan Turner
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Date Added:  7/12/2015
Company B
John Kerr Oakes - 3rd Corporal   
John Kerr Oakes enlisted June 1861 at Callands. John received promotion to Corporal after Malvern Hill. John was once disciplined because a deserter escaped his custody while returning on a train. John fought the entire war with only a bullet nick on the lip. At Appomattox, John was detailed to carry food to General Lee. John had not eated for three days and ate one of the three pones of cornbread. John left before paroled, was then captured by Union cavalry and sent to Richmond. He was released after taking the oath of allegiance and walked home to Callands.
Contact Name:  James Brandau
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Contact Homepage:  www.murderatgreensprings.com
Date Added:  12/30/2009
Company B
Thomas Clement Oakes - 3rd Sergeant   
Thomas Clement Oakes was a young widower with a young son when Virginia seceeded. He left his boy with his parents and joined the Pittsylvania Vindicators at Callands along with brother John. The unit became Co.B, 38th VA Inf. Tom was promoted to 3rd Sgt. after Malvern Hill, but had missed that battle being hospitalized then with diarrhoea. A year later, Tom was wounded at Gettysburg, left on the field of Pickett's Charge and presumed dead. Tom had a severe thigh wound with fracture. Eventually removed to the Union II Corps hospital, Tom lingered there until dying August 2. He was buried between Schwartz and Bushman farms until disinterred and reburied in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond.
Contact Name:  James Brandau
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Contact Homepage:  www.murderatgreensprings.com
Date Added:  12/30/2009
Company B
Thomas Clement Oakes - 3rd Sergeant   
3rd Sergeant, Thomas Clemet Oakes
Relation: Paternal 4th Great Grandfather
Enlisted: 4 April 1861, Callands VA.
Unit: B. Company (Pittsylvania Vindicators), 38th Virginia Infantry Regiment/ Armistead's Brigade/ Pickett's Division/ Longstreet's Corps/ Confederate States Army
Born: 23 July 1832, Pittsylvania County, VA
Died: 2 August 1863 in a Union Hospital due to wounds received at Pickett's Charge, Gettysburg , Adams County, PA.
Buried: Gettysburg Dead Section, Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond VA.
Remarks: Died of wounds received a month prior at the battle of Gettysburg (severe thigh wound with fracture). Thomas was promoted to 3rd SGT after Malvern Hill however was not present at Malvern Hill due to diarrhoea. Hastily buried between schwartz and bushman farms before being disinterred.
Contact Name:  Jordan Turner
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Date Added:  7/12/2015
Company B
david logan owen - Private   
was wounded at gettysburg during picketts charge, served under armistead, shot in right humerous, amputated at joint, captured july 5, 1863, parolled at wheats building hospital, baltimore, maryland, august 23, 1863. sent to city point for exchange august 24, 1863. retired to virginia
Contact Name:  elaine bryant stringer
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Date Added:  5/15/2008
Company B
John Henry Walker - Private   
John Henry Walker, Born: 14 Sep 1824, Died: 22 Dec 1915, enlisted as a Private on 24 May 1861 and mustered into Company B, 38th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America. John was wounded in right buttock and taken prisoner during Pickett's Charge at the Battle of Gettsburg on 03 Jul 1863. He was later returned to his regiment in an exchange of prisoners between the North and South. He was wounded again on 16 May 1864 during the Battle of Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. John Henry Walker Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 24 May 1861. Admitted on 17 Apr 1862 at Chimboraza Hospital, Richmond, VA. Detailed as Company Cook on 15 Sep 1862. Returned to regular duty on 03 May 1863. Wounded in right buttock during Battle of Gettsburg, PA on 03 Jul 1863 and taken prisoner. Confined on 05 Jul 1863 at Fort McHenry, MD. Transfered on 12 Jul 1863 to Fort Delaware, MD. Paroled on 30 Jul 1863 at Fort Delaware, MD. Admitted on 29 Aug 1863 to hospital in Farmville, VA for wound in right buttock. Furloughed for 30 days on 08 Sep 1863. Back on Rolls on 01 Apr 1864. Wounded, gunshot to right leg, on 16 May 1864 during Battle of Drewry's Bluff, VA. Admitted to hospital at Howard's Grove, VA on 17 May 1864. Furloughed for 60 days 0n 25 May 1864. Back on rolls on 01 Jan 1865. Regiment: 38th Infantry Regiment Virginia, Date of Organization: 12 Jun 1861, Muster Date: 9 Apr 1865, Regiment State: Virginia, Regiment Type: Infantry, Regiment Number: 38th,
Contact Name:  Gene R. Collins
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Date Added:  1/15/2018
Company B
Moses Walker - Unknown   
Moses Walker, Born: 1840, Died' 10 Sep 1861, Company B, 38th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America. Bet. 04 Jun–10 Sep 1861. Moses Walker died at Manassas Junction, VA on 10 Sep 1861 during the American Civil War as a result of wounds received during the First Battle of Manassas (First Battle of Bull Run). Regiment: 38th Infantry Regiment, Virginia, Date of Organization: 12 Jun 1861, Muster Date: 9 Apr 1865, Regiment State: Virginia, Regiment Type: Infantry, Regiment Number: 38th, Regimental Soldiers and History: List of Soldiers.
Contact Name:  Gene R. Collins
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Date Added:  1/15/2018
Company C
Greenberry Adkins - Private   
Greenberry Adkins volunteered at 18 years of age at Callands, Virginia, Pittsylvania County and served his country for 4 years during the Civil War. He enlisted in to Company C under Captain John R. [Roy] Cabell [The Pittsylvania Vindicators were organized at Callands on May 23, 1861 by Dr. John Roy Cabell, Captain. They entered Confederate Service on June 4, 1861, 38th Regiment of Infantry General Armstead's Brigade, Pickett's Division, Longstreet's Corp]. Two weeks before the surrender, when the army was breaking up, many of the men, including himself, were told by Lt. James P Warren : 'We are whipped. Make your way home the best you can.' This was after the 38th, serving as rear guard for Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, was over run by Union forces at the Battle of Saylers Creek, now wrongfully labeled Sailor's Creek, outside of Farmville, VA. After Saylers Creek, Greenberry walked from Farmville, VA to his home at Museville near Callands, Virginia. The residents along the way were very glad to furnish food and comfortable quarters. During the whole war he did not receive a scratch, but was shot through his clothing four times. One of the shots went through his frying pan at Drewry's Bluff.
Contact Name:  Mary Lou Adkins Hagen
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  hagen.familyfiles.info
Date Added:  9/25/2007
Company C
charles bryant - Private   
killed in action. gettysburg
Contact Name:  elaine bryant stringer
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  5/16/2008
Company C
John Thomas Grubbs - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Pam Soocey
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/26/2008
Company C
John B. McCormick - Corporal   
Served at Seven Pines, Malvern Hill, Antietam, Gettysburg (wounded and captured in Pickett's charge), Paroled in wounded prisoner exchange, rejoined the 38th Virginia Infantry, saw action at Chester Station, wounded at Drewry's Bluff, died in 1917 at age 75.
Contact Name:  Andrew Hays
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/14/2010
Company C
John Ellis Richardson - Private   
Enlisted @ Laurel Grove April 1861
WIA 3 July 1863 @ forefront of battle per pension application
WIA 15 May 1864 Rt. hand & collarbone
Put in Invalid Corps 15 December 1864; totally disabled 2x per Invalid roster @ National Archives
Pension from Commonwealth, Acts of 1884, 1898, 1900
Died in his sleep 2/3 August 1921 @ Java, Virginia
Buried in unmarked grave near the crossroads @ Kentuck, Virginia
Contact Name:  Eric J. Richardson
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/17/2004
Company C
Abram White - Private   
Abram was wounded at the battle of seven pines in both legs and was wounded at Gettysburg in both legs during Picketts charge and returned and was present at Lee's surrender
Contact Name:  Joseph White
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Date Added:  10/21/2009
Company C
Jerrie M White - 1st Corporal   
Jerrie was wounded at Picketts charge in the back, right leg and shoulder but would return and be present at the surrender
Contact Name:  joseph white
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Date Added:  10/21/2009
Company D
James Henry Collie - 2nd Corporal   
Enlisted in Danville, Virginia, on 02 Sep 1863 at age 18. Promoted to Full 2nd Corporal on 31 Dec 1864. Mustered out on 09 Apr 1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA. (Birth Date: 13 Apr 1845).
Contact Name:  Robert Beard
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  rfb.geo@yahoo.com
Date Added:  11/17/2016
Company D
Memory A Inman - Private   
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Contact Name:  Caryl Osborn
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  8/22/2014
Company D
Wyatt K. McNeely - Private   
died of dyspepsia,21 March 1862, in Chimborazo Hospital #4, Richmond, Va., buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond,Va.
Contact Name:  Michael L. McNeely
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  10/9/2011
Company D
Henry Coleman Mitchell - Private   
He served from May 24, 1861 until February 2, 1865 and survived the Battle of Gettysburg, PA. He is my great uncle.
Contact Name:  Jack Mitchell
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  3/2/2014
Company D
Charles Wesley Pritchett - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ricky Pritchett
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  8/28/2015
Company D
Luke P. H. Tarpley - Sergeant   
Enlisted 24 May 1861 as a corporal in Pittsylvania County, Virginia

Color Sergeant Luke P.H. Tarpley and Color Corporal Cornelius Gilbert of Company D and Private Churchwell Parker of Company F each fell mortally wounded while bearing the colors in advance of the regiment during the charges at the Battle of Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862.

Contact Name:  Eileen Whalen
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  5/28/2008
Company E
Matthew T orrender - Private   
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Contact Name:  Troy Orender
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  9/15/2013
Company E
Reuben B Ricketts - Private   
enlisted Mar 8 1862 Danville

Contact Name:  Michael Collie
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/27/2016
Company E
Joel L. Willis - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Lorie Touart
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  3/15/2012
Company F
Nathaniel Bates - Private   
Son of my gr-gr-gr-grandmother Catharine Talbot Bates, was born 1843 in Scottsburg, Virginia.

Enlisted June 4, 1861 in Republican Grove Virginia, and was one of six brothers to serve the Confederacy.

Wounded at Gettysburg on July 4, 1863 with gunshot wound to left side and thigh and taken prisoner. Treated by the Union 2nd Army Corps Field Hospital and then sent to Prison Camps at Fort McHenry and Fort Delaware.

Contact Name:  Bobby G. Herring
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Date Added:  11/19/2005
Company F
Thomas Bates - Private   
Son of my gr-gr-gr-grandmother Catharine Talbot Bates.

Born in 1839 in Scottsburg Virgina
Died March 17, 1915 in Camp Lee Soldiers Home in Richmond Virginia.

Enlisted on June 4, 1861 at Republican Grove Virginia. One of six brothers to serve the Confederacy.

Wounded at Gettysburg, and treated at C.S.A. General Hospital at Charlottesville and later transferred to General Hospital in Lynchburg Virginia.

Contact Name:  Bobby G. Herring
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  11/19/2005
Company F
Benjamin F. Betterton - Private   
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Contact Name:  Pris Betterton
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  2/14/2011
Company F
James William Betterton - Private   
James Betterton, age 19 enlisted June 4, 1861 at Republican Grove, VA with his brother, Benjamin. This company was known at that time as 'Republican Grove Rifles'. Records show that he was present until November 30, 1961. From November until July 1862,when he returned to duty he was suffering with a hernia and pneumonia. He was constantly hospitalized from Richmond to Lynchburg, to Danville. He was a teamster(wagon driver) and served with a group listed as detailed and extra duty soldiers of the Q.M.Dept.Supply Train, Pickett's Div., Capt David Meade, AQM near Chester, VA. Muster Roll in February 1865 shows that he was out since Jan 1865 collecting stores. March 29, 1865 he was admitted to the hospital. He was captured on April 3, 1865 while he was a patient in the Fair Ground Post Hospital in Petersburg, VA. He was paroled by the Provost at Petersburg on April 18, 1865. He returned home to his homeplace at Mt. Airy, VA where he died in 1916 and is buried.
Contact Name:  Pris Betterton
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Date Added:  7/30/2008
Company F
Samuel S. Hancock - Private   
Enlisted Republican Grove, Halifax county. Captured at Battle of Gettysburg 7/3/1863. POW at Point Lookout, Md. Exchanged 1/17/1865. Survived
Contact Name:  Michael Hancock
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Date Added:  8/23/2015
Company F
Samuel Lafayette Hancock - Private   
Enlisted Republican Grove, Halifax county. Captured at Battle of Gettysburg 7/3/1863. POW at Point Lookout, Md. Died there 1/8/1865
Contact Name:  Michael hancock
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Date Added:  8/23/2015
Company F
Ryland Logan Hunt - Private   
Looking for information on Ryland Logan Hunt (1818-1892) and his son John Wilson Hunt (1843-1928). They both fought in the Civil War. John fought at Malvern Hill near Richmond, VA.
Ryland Hunt was my Great-Great Grandfather and John Hunt was my Great-Grandfather.
Contact Name:  Chris Hunt
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Date Added:  1/19/2016
Company F
Booker Howard Roakes - Private   
He was my 2x great grandfather.
He was shot in the shoulder, at Gettysburg.
He would have been in Picketts Charge.
Contact Name:  Reginald M. Reid
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  Xfinity by Comcast
Date Added:  6/5/2013
Company F
James A. Shelton - Private   
Brother of my Gr-Gr-Grandfather William Bradley Shelton, he was born in 1836 in Halifax County Virginia. Both men enlisted on June 4, 1861 in Republican Grove Virginia.

James was wounded twice, once around June 20, 1862, and again at the Battle of Chester Station on May 10, 1864. He was captured at Sayler's Creek on April 6, 1865 along with about a quarter of Lee's Army, just three days before Lee surrendered at Appomattox.

Contact Name:  Bobby G. Herring
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  11/22/2005
Company F
William Bradley Shelton - Private   
My Gr-Gr-Grandfather born in 1839 in Halifax County Virginia. Enlisted on June 4, 1861 in Republican Grove Virginia, along with his brother James A. Shelton.

Died while in the service at Winchester Virginia due to complications from measels. His wife Susan Ann Shelton filed for and received a Confederate Widow's Pension from Louisiana on August 28,1899.

Contact Name:  Bobby G. Herring
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  11/22/2005
Company F
George Tribble - Private   
mustered in 20 June 1861 at the Republican Grove, Halifax, VA. Received wounds and was at Chimborazo Hosp and mustered out 20 June 1862 with a disability. Anyone with knowledge of him would be greatly appreciated.
Contact Name:  Karen Tribble
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Date Added:  2/15/2011
Company G
Henry Harrison Moore - 1st Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Spencer Crawford
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Date Added:  2/11/2009
Company G
Matthew James Rainey - Private   
Matthew James Rainey was my great-grandfather and died of illness on August 11, 1864 in Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond and is buried in Oakwood Cemetary on row F, #75. Grave is marked.
Contact Name:  mrainey@buggs.net
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Date Added:  12/24/2004
Company H
David Waller Mitchell - Private   
Served from July 2, 1861 until November 27, 1864. He was in Armstead's Brigade - Picketts Division and survived the Battle of Gettysburg, PA.

He is my great grandfather.
Contact Name:  Jack Mitchell
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Date Added:  3/2/2014
Company H
James Robert Perkins - 2nd Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Rick Shields
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Date Added:  1/23/2006
Company H
Hezekiah Ford Pigg - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Jason Page
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Date Added:  7/16/2010
Company H
nathaniel price - Private   
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Contact Name:  Todd Price
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Date Added:  7/2/2008
Company H
Abner Snow - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Robert L. Snow
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Date Added:  7/17/2018
Company H
John M. Walker - Private   
John M. “Jack” Walker, Born: Abt. 1804, Died: Aft. 08 Feb 1878, Company H, 38th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America. John M. Walker felt that because both of his sons were serving in the War Between the States, 'American Civil War', he had a responsibility to do the same. On 09 Oct 1864 he enlisted in Company H, 38th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America. Because of his advanced, age he was discharged on 26 Feb 1865. Name: John M. Walker Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: Virginia Regiment Name: 38 Virginia Infantry Regiment Name Expanded: 38th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (Pittsylvania Regiment) Company: H, Rank In: Private, Rank In Expanded: Private, Rank Out: Private, Rank Out Expanded: Private, Film Number: M382, Roll 57.
Contact Name:  Gene R. Collins
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Date Added:  1/15/2018
Company I
James W. Stringer - Private   
James W. Stringer, (may have also been known as James Straiger) served from 1861 to 1865 with Co. I, 38th Virginia Regiment throughout the entire War Between the States.

He was born in 1838 and passed in 1904.
Contact Name:  Rick Stringer
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Date Added:  5/25/2010
Company K
Benjamin Bennett Cox - Private   
In Chimborazo hospital. At Appomatox when Lee surrendered.
Contact Name:  Michael Bentley
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Date Added:  12/14/2007
Company K
Powhatan unknown Cox - Private   
Died of pneumonia from wounds received in or around Charlottsville in the Chimborazo Hospital 4/7/1862.
Contact Name:  Michael Bentley
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Date Added:  6/19/2008
Company K
Thomas Pinkney Cox - Private   
Wounded in the hand at Gettysburg during Pickett's Charge. Tended at Chimborazo Hosp. then worked at the hospital in Danville. Called, 'Fightin' Tom'. Enlisted March 10, 1862 at Cascade,Va.
Contact Name:  Michael Bentley
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Date Added:  12/14/2007
Company K
Edward Harrison Estes - 2nd Lieutenant   
my great grandfather born 1840 in Cascade, Virginia, near Martinsville; one of few survivors of Pickett's charge at Gettysburg, along with his brother, Joe Estes,who was wounded; have original letter he wrote July 11, 1863 to his sister, documenting the charge and apparently reaching the wall at the Angle; was, like his brother,a member of Company K, 38th Virginia Regiment, Armistead's Brigade, Pickett's Division, Longstreet's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia. Died of natural causes in 1909 at age 69. Another brother, JD Estes, was a surgeon in 18th Regiment, Virginia Infantry. All 3 brothers survived the war.
Contact Name:  John R. Stewart
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Date Added:  9/18/2010
Company K
Joseph H. Estes - Captain   
Enlisted June 2nd, 1861 at age 22 - Wounded July 3rd, 1863 at Gettysburg - Survived the war as Captain of the 38th Virginia Infantry temporarily before the surrender of the ANV on April 7th, 1865(Uncle)
Contact Name:  Robert Jordan Sharpe
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Date Added:  10/31/2011
Company K
Silias Goodman - Private   
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Contact Name:  BETTY KOEBER
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Date Added:  5/2/2015
Company K
John P. Millner - Private   
John P. Millner was born 8 Dec 1838 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia to John R. Millner and Eliza A. Trotter. He served in Co. K, 38 Virginia Infantry (M382 roll 38). He was my 2nd cousin 3x removed.
Contact Name:  Donald Steven Smith
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.mdscv.org/1388/adopt-a-confederate/
Date Added:  1/13/2011
Company K
Joseph T. Millner - Private   
Joseph T. Millner was born in 1841 to John R. Millner and Eliza A. Trotter. He served in Co. K, 38th Virginia Infantry (M382 roll 38). He was my 2nd cousin, 3x removed.
Contact Name:  Donald Steven Smith
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.mdscv.org/1388/adopt-a-confederate/
Date Added:  1/13/2011
Company K
William Henderson Millner - 2nd Lieutenant   
William Henderson Millner enlisted as a private in Co. K, 38th Virginia Infantry early in the war. He attained the rank of 2nd Lt before surrendering in 1865. His parents were Jackson C. Millner and Susan Henderson. (M382 roll 38)

(2nd Cousin 3 times removed)
Contact Name:  Donald Steven Smith
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.mdscv.org/1388/adopt-a-confederate/
Date Added:  4/17/2007
Company K
Henry J Norman - Private   
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Contact Name:  Tom Seelig
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Date Added:  6/15/2011
Company K
Samuel H Shumate - Private   
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Contact Name:  Steve Shumate
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Date Added:  1/16/2015
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