(c. 1820 - ?)
Home State: Virginia
Branch of Service: Artillery
Age 42, he enlisted and mustered as Private in Parker's Richmond Battery, Light Artillery on 14 March 1862 in Richmond.
On the Campaign
He was wounded in action Sharpsburg on 17 September 1862:
The fight commenced at break of day, and by sun-rise the smoke of battle hung like a pall over the scene of conflict. Men and horses fall in rapid succession ... Cook, Tumbridge, Duffey, and Bolton are more or less severely stricken.
The rest of the War
He was hospitalized in Culpeper, VA and absent, wounded into October 1862. He was with the battery to at least February 1864 when he was detailed, place not given.
References & notes
Service information from Krick1 via the Historical Data Systems database. The quote above from Royall W. Figg in "Where men only dare to go!" or, The story of a Boy Company (C.S.A.) (1885); thanks to Andy Cardinal for the pointer to that volume.
c. 1820; Richmond, VA