Lt. Alfred R. James – [Plot F-12; Readable] (Private Burial) ADOPTED

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Died 11/10/1892.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

ALFRED R. JAMES, F-12, Private burial, Co. D, 28 VA Inf.  Died 10 Nov 1892

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Alfred Randolph James

Confederate VA

28th VA Inf., Co. E

Rank in: First Lieutenant

Expanded Rank in” 3rd Lieutenant

Rank out: Private

M382  roll 29

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Alfred James

Occupation: planter

Enlisted: 20 May 1861, Botetourt, VA

Confederate  VA

Promoted to Full Second Lieutenant 28 April 1861

Enlisted as Third Lieutenant 20 May 1861 at age 30 years

Commission in Co. E. , 28th Inf. Reg. VA. 20 May 1861

Promoted to Full Private (Reduced to ranks) 28 April 1862

 

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Thomas H. Jarrel – [Plot D-15; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

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Buried 11/06/1864.

 

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John Carroll Jenkins – [Plot F-67; Readable] ADOPTED

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Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

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D.D.S. Lt. Benjamin R. Jennings – [Plot C-75; Unreadable] ADOPTED

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Pvt., Co. D, 1st Md. Inf. & Co. A, 2nd Md. Inf. b. 1840, Baltimore, Md. Dentist, Baltimore. Enl. Harpers Ferry 6/1/61. Present 9-12/61. NFR. Reenl. Co. A, 2nd Md. Inf. 6/4/64. Present 10/31/64. WIA (right leg) Hatcher's Run 2/5/65. Ab. wounded in Richmond hospital 2/7/65. Captured in Richmond hospital 4/3/65. Sent to Newport News. Released 7/2/65. Member, Army & Navy Society, Maryland Line Association. Entered Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. from Baltimore 11/5/89, age 48, Dentist. d. there 7/2/10 age 59. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 450

 

In the latter part of May 1864 I enlisted in Company A, Second Maryland Infantry. On the 5th of June I joined my company….On the 5th of February 1865 was in the battle of Hatcher’s Run where I was wounded in the leg by a minnie ball. Was sent to the Robinson Hospital in Richmond….Was in Richmond at the time that the city was evacuated. Witnessed the firing and burning of the Training Ship Patrick Henry. The blowing up of a Confederate gunboat. The entering of the first Union Troops in the city. The arrival of President Lincoln on his visit to Richmond….

 

1) Toomey, Page 60

 

Died 7/02/1910, aged 68.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 BENJAMIN R. JENNINGS, C-75, Co. A, 2nd MD Inf

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Benjamin Jennings

Confederate MD

Enlisted as a Private

Co. D, 1st Inf. Reg. MD

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865 

Benjamin R. Jennings

Confederate MD

2nd Battn MD Inf., Co. A

Rank in/out: Private

M379 Roll 1

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Benjamin Jennings

Confederate MD

Enlisted as a Private

Co. A, 2nd Inf. Reg MD

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Benjamin R. Jennings

Confederate MD

1 MD Inf., Co. D

Rank in/out: Private

M379 Roll 1

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

Benjamin R. Jennings

Rank at Enlistment: Private

Served: MD

Enlisted Co. A, MD 2nd Inf. Reg

Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

Benjamin R. Jennings

Rank at Enlistment: Private

Served: MD

Enlisted in Co. D, MD 1st Inf. Reg.

 

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Jester – [Plot F-69; Unreadable] ADOPTED

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Pvt., Co. D, 2nd Md. Inf. Enl. date unknown. KIA Gettysburg 7/2-3/63. Rebur. Hollywood Cem., Richmond 1872. Rebur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore 1874.

 

23) Driver, Page 450

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

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John Jett – [Plot Unknown; No Marker] ADOPTED

 

Died 12/25/1893, aged 65.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

JOHN JETT,  Unknown plot, No marker

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

John E. Jett

Confederate VA

6 VA Inf. Co. I

Rank in/out: Private

M382 roll 29

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

John E. Jett

Enlisted: 5 September 1861

Rank at Enlistment: Private

Enlisted at Richmond, VA

Served: Virginia

Survived war: Yes

Enlisted in Co. I, VA 6th Reg on 9 May 1861

Promoted to Full Corporal 1 Nov 1861

Promoted to Full Private 1 September 1863

Promoted to Full Sergeant 3 March 1863

Mustered out 5 April 1865 at Bermuda Hundred, Va.

The Virginia Regimental Histories Series

 

American Civil War Soldiers

John Jett

Enlisted 9 May 1861 at Richmond, VA

Confederate VA

Enlisted in Co. I, 6th Inf. Reg. VA

Promoted to Full Corporal 1 Nov 1862

Promoted to Full Sergeant 3 March 1863

Promoted to Full Private (Reduced to ranks) 1 Sept 1863

Deserted 5 April 1865 at Bermuda Hundred, VA.

 

The (Baltimore) Sun, 29 December 1893

   Mr. John E. Jett, an ex-Confederate soldier, who died at the Maryland General Hospital Tuesday, was buried yesterday at Loudon Park, the pall-bearers being members of the Confederate Society.  Rev. Thos. O. Crouse conducted the services.  The funeral took place from the house of Mrs. Spencer Clark, 628 West Lombard street, where Mr. Jett had boarded many years.  W.S. Fry had charge of the arrangements.  Mr. Jett was sixty-three years old and a native of Richmond, Va.  He served throughout the entire civil war in Company I, Sixth Virginia Infantry, in Mahone’s brigade.  He was a carpenter and came to Baltimore twenty-three years ago.  He had been employed at the Mt. Royal shops of the Northern Central Railway Company.  He leaves a son and daughter in Manchester, Va., and another daughter in Petersburg, Virginia.

 

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Brig. Gen. Bradley T. Johnson – [Plot F-02a;Readable] UNAVAILABLE (Private Burial)

 

Colonel, 1st Md. Inf. b. Frederick, Md. 9/28/29. Gd. Princeton College 1849, A. B., 1852, A.M. Gd. Harvard U. 1851, LL.B. Lawyer, Frederick, Md. Commonwealth's Attorney. Enl. Co. A Harpers Ferry 5/21/61 as Captain. Present Camp Johnston near Winchester 6/61, appointed Major 6/17/61. Present Bull Run and promoted Lieutenant Colonel 7/21/61. Paid 12/9/61 and 2/29/62. Promoted Colonel 3/18/62. Present Front Royal and Winchester. WIA and horse killed Harrisonburg 6/6/62. Present Seven Days Campaign and Harrison's Landing. Commanding Brigade in Jackson's Corps 2nd Manassas, Sharpsburg and Gettysburg. Commanding Maryland Line 1863-1864. Promoted Brigadier General 6/28/64. Commanding W. E. Jones' Brigade of Cavalry 1864. Assigned to command prison camps in N.C. because of ill health 11/64. Served there to end of war. Lawyer, Richmond 1865. Served in Va. Senate. Moved to Baltimore 1878. Member, Army & Navy Society, Maryland Line Association. Farmer, "Woodlands," Amelia Co., Va. d. Rock Castle, Goochland Co., Va. 10/5/03. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 450

 

Died 12/05/1903, aged 73.

 

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Jane Claudia Johnson – [Plot F-02b; Readable] UNAVAILABLE (Private Burial)

 

Wife of Brig. Gen. Johnson.

 

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Pvt. Thomas Somerville Johnson – [Plot H-16; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Born near Prince Frederick, Calvert County, MD, in 1843….Was wounded by a shell at Hazel River, Culpeper, VA, September 1863.

 

1) Toomey, Page 59

 

Died 12/23/1903, aged 61.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 THOMAS SOMERVILLE JOHNSON, H-16, 2nd MD Art (Baltimore Light)

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Thomas Johnson

Confederate MD

2 Battery MD Art.

Rank in/out: Private

M 379 Roll 1

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Thomas Johnson

Confederate MD

Enlisted as a Private in 2nd Light Art. Reg., MD

 

The (Baltimore) Sun, 25 December 1903-Mortuary Notice

            Thomas S. Johnson

   Thomas Sommerville Johnson, an inmate of the Confederate Soldiers’ Home at Pikesville, died at the Maryland University Hospital on Wednesday morning at 7 o’clock, at he age of 60 years.  He was a native of Maryland and enlisted in the Baltimore Light Artillery at Frederick in September, 1862.  Just prior to the battle of Sharpsburg (Maryland) he was wounded by a shell at Hazell river, Culpeper county, Virginia, in September, 1863.  He served to the end of the war with his command and was considered a good and faithful soldier.  He was an active participant in all of the battles in which his battery was engaged.  He was admitted to the Confederate Home on August, 1, 1899.

   Mr. Johnson is survived by Mrs. T.S. Johnson, his widow, and Miss J.D. Johnson, a daughter, of Warrenton, Va.: a son, Mr. J. E. Johnson, of Baltimore, and Mrs. Henry P. Frost, another daughter, who lives in Buffalo, N. Y.  His sisters, Misses Margaret B. and Mary Johnson, 1929 Linden avenue, Baltimore, also survive.

   Funeral services were held yesterday at Memorial Protestant Episcopal Church, at Lafayette avenue and Bolton street, and were conducted by the rector, Rev. Dr. William M. Dame.  Interment was in the Confederate lot in Loudon Park Cemetery.

 

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J. M. Johnstone – [Plot C-15; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

 

Buried 11/01/1864.

 

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John J. Johnston – [Plot B-87; Barely Readable] ADOPTEDJohnson_John_J_sm

 

Died 10/08/1907, aged 67.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

John J. Johnston  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into E Company, 1st Infantry (Maryland)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

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Pvt. Charles T. Jones – [Plot I-05; Unreadable] ADOPTEDJones_Charles_T_sm

 

Died 6/21/1905, aged 86.

 

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George W. Jones – [Plot D-77; Unreadable] ADOPTED

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Died 1/03/1899, aged 62.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 The (Baltimore) Sun, 6 January 1899

Capt. George W. Jones

The funeral of Capt. George W. Jones, well known as a guide at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home at Pikesville, who died on Tuesday, took place yesterday from the home.  Religious services were held at the home, after which the body was placed in the funeral car of the Consolidated Railway and conveyed to Loudon Park Cemetery.  The body was accompanied by Quartermaster R.H. Matthews and the following pallbearers: John F. Key, James Maguire, Joseph C. Sanner, John D. Chambers, Arthur Brizendine and H.D. Clinton.  Capt. Jones was born in Fairfax County, Virginia and was sixty one years old.  Previous to the breaking out of the civil war he was master of a number of seagoing vessels.  In 1861 he enlisted in Co.D, Twenty sixth Virginia Regiment and was later transferred to Co. F, 18th Virginia Cavalry.  He served through the end of the war and afterward settled in Baltimore.  He entered the home in 18?2.

 

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James E. Jones – [Plot A-38; Unreadable] ADOPTED

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Buried 4/27/1863.

 

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Nicholas M. Jones – [Plot D-13; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

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Buried 10/29/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Nicholas M. Jones  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into E Company, 13th Infantry (Mississippi)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

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The name on the Camp's Adopt-A-Confederate archive page is correct being Nicholas M. Jones. Pvt. Jones is listed in Confederate P.O.W.'s Soldiers and Sailors Who Died in Federal Prisons & Military Hospitals In The North., Ingmire and Ericson Compilers from National Archives Records. Published in 1984 . 

 

The listing is as follows -

The heading reads  . . . List of Confederate Soldiers who, while prisoners of war, died at Baltimore, Maryland and Fort McHenry, Maryland

 

Jones, Nicholas M. Co. E 13 Miss. Inf. DOD 10/29/1864, Loudon Park Cemetery B-91 Confederate Lot

 

It should be noted that most were in the West's Building General Hospital here in Baltimore.

 

According to his service record, the middle initial 'M' was for Mitchel. His records show that he enlisted Sept. 12, 1862 In Enterprise. On May 14th he reenlisted for one year in Corinth Miss. By Capt. Walker.

 

His engagements were as follows -

Fredericksburg, Dec 11, 1862 - Present

Fredericksburg, May 3, 1863 - Present

Gettysburg PA, July 2, 1863 - Wounded

Knoxville, Nov. 8 & 23, 1863 - Present

Plank Road, May 6, 1864 - Present

Spottsylvania C.H. May 8, 11, 12 - Present

He was absent sick from mid May until Oct, 1, 1864

He was captured after being wounded at Cedar Creek Oct, 19 1864

 

After Gettysburg he was in Stuart Hosp. in Richmond

 

The card concerning his presence here in Baltimore is titled - U.S.A. General Hospital, West's Buildings, Baltimore, MD.

 

Diagnosis - Gun shot wound through cheek and neck involving arteries. Missile - Rnd ball

Wounded at Cedar Creek Oct. 19, 1864

Died Oct. 28, 1864 from the effects of his wounds. Secondary hemorrhage & subsequent exhaustion and debility. 

 

A summary card, post his death, lists his birth place to be Rosser's Ridge, Ala.. His occupation was a farmer. He was single and was 21 years old when he enlisted.

 

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Thomas J. Jones – [Plot C-58; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Buried 5/22/1862.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Thomas Jones  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- 22 years of age at time of enlistment
- Enlisted on May 30 1861 at Halifax County, NC as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into H Company, 5th Infantry (North Carolina) on May 30 1861
- Died of wounds as POW while serving in 5th Infantry (North Carolina) on May 20 1862 at Baltimore, MD

Listed as:
- POW on May 5 1862 at Williamsburg, VA
- Wounded on May 5 1862 at Williamsburg, VA

Sources for the above information:
- North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster, (1993)

 

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