(1833 - 1905)
Home State: North Carolina
Education: Trinity College (Durham), Class of 1859
Command Billet: Commanding Company
Branch of Service: Infantry
A college tutor, in March 1862 he organized and was first Captain of Company G, 46th North Carolina Infantry.
On the Campaign
He was present at Harpers Ferry and Sharpsburg on the Maryland Campaign. He noted that all his officers were disabled and only 16 of the 48 men of his Company who were at Sharpsburg were present for duty after the battle.
The rest of the War
He was on furlough for illness from October 1862 - January 1863, afterward on duty in North Carolina and Richmond, VA. He resigned his commission for reasons of health in December 1863 and returned to teaching.
After the War
He was on the faculty of Trinity College until 1878, when he went into the insurance business in Greensboro. He was elected to a term in the State Senate in 1881, and later President of the Randleman Manufacturing Company.
References & notes
03/12/1833; Duplin County, NC
08/20/1905; burial in Trinity Cemetery, Trinity, Randolph County, NC
1 Evans, Clement Anselm, editor, Confederate Military History, 12 Volumes, Atlanta: The Confederate Publishing Company, 1899, Vol. 4, pg. 427 [AotW citation 10105]
2 Clark, Walter, editor, Histories of the Several Regiments and Battalions from North Carolina in the Great War, 1861-1865, 5 vols., Raleigh and Goldsboro (NC): E. M. Uzzell, Nash Brothers, printers, 1901, Vol. 3, before pg. 63 [AotW citation 12801]