||Norfolk County, VA; Record of Events, April 1861 - May 1862
Flournoy, E. H., promoted 1st Lieutenant, May 17th, 1864.
Gills, Jos. P., killed Sept. 14th, 1862, at Crampton Gap.
Hollingsworth, John J.
Harrell, John W., wounded Sept. 14th, 1862, Crampton Gap, and died December 26th, in Charlestown.
James, Jos. P., wounded July 30th, 1864, at Crater, and died Aug. 6th.
James, Richard Y., captured Oct. 27th, 1864, at Burgess' Mill.
Johnson, Wm. W.
Jordan, Jos. P., died in hospital, April 20th, 1863.
Jollie, Geo. F., conscript from Isle of Wight, killed Oct. 27th, 1864, at Burgess' Mill.
Lawrence, Geo. W., wounded, 1863.
Minnis, Clinton C.
Moreland, Robt., promoted Sergeant.
Martin, Samuel J.
Martin, Joshua, wounded June 29th, 1862, Charles City Road, and died July 1st, conscript from Patrick county.
Purdy, John J., died in hospital, Oct. 31st, 1862, Richmond.
Ruthledge, Absolem F., captured Oct. 27th, 1864, at Burgess' Mill.
Ralph, John, captured Oct. 27th, 1864, at Burgess' Mill.
Swift, Wm. H., promoted Sergeant, March, 1863.
Scarft, Wm., died in hospital, July 5th, 1863.
Trifford, Wm., wounded May 12th, 1864, at Spotsylvania C. H.
Thoroughgood, Geo., wounded Aug. 30th, 1862, at 2d Manassas, and died Oct. 1st, at Warrenton.
Taylor, James, wounded Sept. 17th, 1862, at Sharpsburg, and disabled.
Taylor, David R., wounded Sept. 14th, 1862, at Crampton Gap.
Wills, Geo. T., wounded May 6th, 1864, at Wilderness.
Williams, Robt. S.
Wilkins, Wm. F., died in hospital, Feb. 10th, 1863, Richmond.
Wood, James M.
Wood, Alexander, died in hospital, Aug. 1st, 1862, at Liberty.
Woodhouse, Chas., captured sick in hospital, July 14th, 1863, at Hagerstown, Maryland.
Warren, W. J., died in hospital, July 15th, 1862, Richmond.
Killed and died—23.
|Norfolk County, VA; Record of Events, April 1861 - May 1862. Family Tree Legends Records Collection (Online Database). Pearl Street Software, 2004-2005. A Record of Events in Norfolk County, Virginia form April 19th, 1861, to May 10th, 1862, with a history of the soldirs and sailors of Norfolk County, Norfolk City and Portsmouth, who served in the Confederate States army or navy.: a machine-readable trans Chesapeake Bay Book Collection. American Memory, Library of Congress.|