Clarence Henry MacKubin – [Plot B-02; Readable] ADOPTED

MacKubin_Clarence_H(SM).jpg

 

Died 7/06/1918.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Clarence Nelson MacKubbin  (Confederate)

Biographical data and notes:
- Clarence Nelson MacKubbin died on Jul 16 1918 at Soldier's Home, Pikesville, MD
- He is buried at Loudoun Park Cemetery, Baltimore, MD

Enlistment:
- Residing in Baltimore, MD at time of enlistment
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into K Company, 1st Cavalry (Virginia)

Sources for the above information:
- The Virginia Regimental Histories Series, (1987)

 

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John D. Mahoney – [Plot J-10; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

Mahoney_John_D_SM.jpg

 

Died 1/11/1906, aged 86.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Born in Ireland….Was wounded at Fort Sumter April 2, 1863, in the breast by a fragment of shell. Was taken prisoner at Columbia, SC, at the time of Sherman’s raid, and sent to Point Lookout. I remained there until Paroled June 15, 1865.

 

1) Toomey, Page 67

 

JOHN D. MAHONEY, J-10, Co. G, 1st SC Art.

 

American Civil War Soldiers

John Mahoney

Confederate SC

Private

Co. G, 1st Light Art. Reg. SC

 

US Civil War Soldiers

John Mahoney

Confederate SC

1 SC Art., Co. G

Rank in/out: Private

M381 Roll 20

 

www.genealogybank.com  Mortuary Notice, 13 January 1905, Baltimore American

Deaths of Old Soldiers

 

John D. Mahoney, aged seventy-six years, and Benjamin F. Pitts, aged seventy-eight years, died at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home, at Pikesville, late Wednesday night.  The old soldiers died within four hours of each other.  Mr. Mahoney was born in Ireland. He fought in the Civil War and was appointed to the Home from Harford county, May 5, 1888.  Mr. Pitts was born at Eagle’s Nest, Caroline county, Va.  He enlisted in Company A, Seventh Virginia Infantry, and fought throughout the Civil War.  He was admitted to the home in 1899.  The funerals will take place tomorrow.

 

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Pvt. James Mahoney – [Plot H-29; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

Mahoney_James(SM).jpg

 

Died 6/17/1906, aged 69.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

James Mahoney  (Confederate)

Biographical data and notes:
- James Mahoney died on Jun 17 1906
- He is buried at Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, MD
- Moved to King George County by 1900. Died at age 69.

Enlistment:
- Residing in Baltimore, MD at time of enlistment
- Enlisted on Aug 1 1861 at King George County, VA as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into Purcell Light Artillery (Virginia) on Aug 1 1861

Listed as:
- Absent, sick on Nov 15 1861
- Returned on Dec 15 1861 (Estimated day)
- Wounded on Jun 26 1862 at Mechanicsville, VA (In left hand)
- Hospitalized on Jun 30 1862 at Howard's Grove Hospital, Richmond, VA
- Returned on Mar 15 1863
- Wounded on Jul 3 1863 at Gettysburg, PA (Left ankle broken by shell)
- Returned on Jan 15 1864
- Oath Allegiance on May 1 1865 at District Of Northern Neck, VA

Sources for the above information:
- The Virginia Regimental Histories Series, (1987)

 

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Pvt. James R. Maltbie – [Plot E-58; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Died 9/22/1899, aged 76.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

JAMES R.  MALTBIE, E-58   Co. C., 4th TN Infantry

 

From www.genealogybank.com

 

The Sun Paper (Baltimore) 22 September 1899-Mortuary Notice

MALTBIE-Passed away peacefully, after a lingering illness, on Thursday evening, September 21, JAMES R. MALTBIE, in the 71st year of his age.

(Memphis and Chicago papers please copy)

 

The Sun Paper (Baltimore), 23 September 1899-News Article

James R. Maltbie

Mr. James R. Maltbie, a veteran of the Confederate Army, died yesterday at his home, 702 West Lexington street, after a lingering illness.  He was 70 years old, and for many years was a member of Franklin Street Presbyterian Church.  A widow and one daughter survive him.

  His funeral will take place from his late residence, No. 702 West Lexington street, this (Saturday) morning at 9 o’clock.

 

From www.ancestry.com

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

J.R. Maltbie

Confederate TN

4 TN Inf., Co. C (Neely’s)

Rank in/out: Private

M231 Roll 27

 

American Civil War Soldiers

J. Maltbie

Confederate TN

Enlisted as a Private in Co. C., 4th Inf. Reg. TN

 

Also found

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

J.R. Maltbie

Confederate TN

154 Senior Reg’t  TN Inf (1 Tenn Vols), Co. L

Rank in/out: Private

M231 Roll 27

 

 

American Civil War Soldiers

J. Maltbie

Confederate TN

Enlisted as a Private

Co. L, 154 Inf. Reg. TN

 

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Pvt. Tobias M. Manning – [Plot C-48; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Died 5/17/1862

 

62)  Confederate P.O.W.'S, Soldiers and Sailors Who Died in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals In The North , Francis Ingmire and Carolyn Ericson editors, Published by the National Archives, 1984 from an original dated 1912 called Register of Confederate Soldiers and Sailors who died in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals in the North, Compiled in the Office of the Commissioner for Marking Graves of the Confederate Dead, War Department, 1912

 

Buried 5/17/1862.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

TOBIAS M. MANNING, C-48, Co. G, 24th VA Inf

 

Source: www.ancestry.com

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Tobias Manning

Enlisted 2 June 1861 at Lynchburg, Va.

Confederate VA

Co. G., 24th Inf. Reg. VA

Died from wounds at Baltimore, Md., 13 June 1862

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Tobias M. Manning

Confederate VA

24th VA Inf. Reg., Co. G

Rank in/out: Private

M382 Roll 35 (Soldiers and Sailors System)

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

Tobias M. Manning

Enlisted 6 Feb 1861 at Lynchburg, Va., as a Private

Co. G., 24th Inf. Reg., Va. 2 June 1861

Mustered out 13 June 1862 at Baltimore, Md.

The Virginia Regimental Histories Series

 

Civil War Prisoner of War Records 1861-1865-Register of Confederates who died in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals in the North

Manning, Tobias M, 5th NC died May 17, 1862, buried Loudon Park Cemetery lot A-49

 

1860 US Federal Census-VA-Mercer-My Division

 

John Manning

64

Farmer

SC

Margaret Manning

57

Wife

VA

John E. Manning

25

Laborer

VA

Tobias Manning

23

Laborer

VA

 

Living next door is the family of Andrew F. Manning

 

Source: www.footnote.com

 

T.M. Manning, Co. G, 24th Reg. VA Vol., appears on an official copy of a report of Killed, wounded and missing in 24 Reg. Va. vols in action near Williamsburg, Va. May 5, 1862. Remark: wounded

 

Tobias M. Manning, Pvt., Co.. G, 24 Reg. Va  Company Muster Roll July and Aug. 1861-Present, Sept. and Oct. 1861-Present, Undated-Present-Reenlisted for two years-Bounty of fifty dollars due Feb. 13, 1862, June 30 to Oct. 31, 1862-Absent-taken prisoner at Williamsburg May 5 and paroled.

 

Tobias M. Manning, Pvt., Co. G., 24 VA Inf. On Register of claims of Deceased Officers and Soldiers from Virginia which were filed for settlement in the Office of the Confederate States Auditor for the War Department-by whom presented: John Manning, father, filed Jan. 16, 1863, amount found due: 74.86

 

Tobias M. Manning, Pvt., Co. G, 24 Regt. VA Inf. On Register of Officers and Soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or died of wounds or disease-where born-Giles Co., Va., when deceased-June 13, 1862 at Baltimore, Md. from wounds.

 

In the file is a signed, sworn oath by John Manning to the Justice of the Peace stating he is the father of Tobias M. Manning who died without wife or children.

 

Publication #: M324 NARA

Publication Title: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia

 

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Mariott_Henry(SM)

 

MARRIOTT, HENRY. Pvt., Co. H (2nd), 1st Md. Inf. Enl. Richmond 6/15/61. Ab. sick in hospital 10/11-31/61. Present 11-12/61. Discharged 5/21/62. Paid 5/24/62. Promoted Lt. in Co. E, 2nd Md. Cav. d. in Mineral Co., Va. (now W. Va.) during the war. Rebur. in Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore 1874.

 

23) Driver, Page 469

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Pvt. John N. Martin – [Plot G-09; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Pvt., Co. E, 2nd Md. Inf. b. circa 1843. Res. of Talbot Co., Md. Enl. Richmond 9/13/62. WIA (right ankle) and captured Gettysburg 7/3/63. Sent to Chester, Pa. hospital. Transf. Point Lookout. Took oath and released 4/13/64. Member, Army & Navy Society, Maryland Line Association. Entered Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. from Talbot Co. 9/12/94 age 51, Stenographer. d. there 10/11/95 age 52. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 469

 

Died 10/11/1895, aged 52.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

JOHN N. MARTIN, G-09, Co. E, 2nd MD Inf.

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

John N. Martin

Confederate MD

2 Battn MD Inf., Co. E

Rank in/out: Private

M379 Roll 2

 

American Civil War Soldiers

John Martin

Confederate MD

Private

Co. E, 2nd Inf. Reg, MD

 

Civil War Prisoner of War Records, US Hospital Chester, PA

Martin, John N., Pvt, 1 MD, Co. E, captured Gettysburg PA 3 July 1863.  Transferred to Point Lookout Oct. 3, 1863.

 

Civil War Prisoner of War Records at Point Lookout from Hammond General Hospital

Martin, John N., Pvt, 1 MD Co. E, captured Gettysburg, PA, July 3, 1863.  Released Oath April 12, 1864

 

Martin, John N., Pvt, 1 Md, Co. E., captured Gettysburg, PA July 3, 1863.  Released on Oath of Allegiance

April 13, 1864, by order of Gen. Buten?

 

Oath and Parole

John N. Martin, Baltimore Co., MD, served Co. E, 1st MD

 

1850 US Federal Census-MD-Talbot

 

 

John S. Martin

56

Farmer

MD

 

Eliza J, Martin

46

 

MD

 

Robt. Martin

14

 

MD

 

Sarah Martin

21

 

MD

 

John N.S. Martin

9

 

MD

 

Ann M. Hazel

43

 

MD

 

Mary Hazel

7

 

MD

 

Wm. M. Hazel

1

 

MD

 

Richard Martin

50

 

MD

Blind

Robt. H.  ?

17

Student

MD

 

 

www.genealogbank.com,  The (Baltimore) Sun, 15 Oct. 1895

                        John N. S. Martin

   Mr. John N.S. Martin died yesterday at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home, at Pikesville, of paralysis, aged fifty-one years.  He was a son of the late John S. Martin of Talbot County.

   He enlisted in the Confederate service at the age of seventeen under Capt. John W. Torsch, and served throughout the war in the Shenandoah Valley and at Gettysburg.  At the last named place he was badly wounded at Culp’s Hill and was taken prisoner.  He was sent to Chester, near Philadelphia, and was afterward transferred to Point Lookout, where he remained several months, and was then exchanged a short time before the close of the war.

   After the war he went to Cincinnati, Ohio where he engaged in newspaper work on the Times-Star.  His health failed about eighteen months ago and he went to the Confederate Home at Pikesville.

   A brother, Mr. Richard T. Martin, and one sister, Mrs. Wimbish, of Louisiana, survive him.

 

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Capt. Patrick H. Martin – [Plot F-77; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Martin_Patrick_H(SM)

 

Died 10/16/1900, aged 67.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Taken from genealogybank.com

The Sun Paper, Baltimore, Md., 13 Oct 1900

 

DEATH OF AN OLD SOLDIER

Patrick H. Martin, an inmate of the Confederate Home, died at the hospital of the home, at Pikesville, Wednesday after an illness of nearly two years.  He was a member of Co. B., Twenty-first Virginia Infantry, and served one year as Private in that company.  A requiem mass will be held in St. Charles’ Catholic Church this morning. Rev. M.J. Riordan, rector of the church will be the celebrant.  Mr. Martin was a bookkeeper and had rresided in Baltimore from immediately after the war up to the time of his admission to the home in 1898.  He was 68 years old. A widow survives him

 

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PATRICK H. MARTIN, F-77, Co. B., 21 VA INF

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Patrick H. Martin

Confederate VA

21 VA INF, Co. B

Rank in/out: Private

Alternate Name: Patrick Martin

M382 Roll 36

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Patrick Martin

Confederate VA

21 VA INF, Co. B

Rank in/out: Private

M382 Roll 36

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Patrick Martin

Residence: Richmond, VA

Occupation: Clerk

Enlisted: 23 May 1861 at Richmond, VA

Enlisted as a Private in Co. B, 21st Inf. Reg. Va.

Discharged 18 August 1863

Eyes: Dark

Hair: Red

Complexion: Dark

 

1900 US Federal Census-MD-Baltimore City-Independent City-Election Dist 3-Dist 27

Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home

 

Martin, Patrick, Soldier, June 1834, 65, single, Ireland Ireland Ireland, immigrated 1859, Naturalized, in USA 41 years, inmate

 

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Pvt. George W. Matherly – [Plot B-19; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

 

Died 11/05/1864.  Buried 11/06/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

GEORGE W. MATHERLY, B-19, Co. F., 42nd VA Inf.

 

Source: www.amcestry.com

 

American Civil War Soldiers

George Matherly

Enlisted 22 June 1861 at Henry Co., Va. as a Private

Served: Va.

Died of disease 5 Nov 1864 at Baltimore, Md. Hospital

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

George W. Matherly

Confederate VA

42nd Va Inf., Co. F

Rank in/out: Private

Alternate name: George W. Maverly

M382 Roll 36 (Soldiers and Sailors System)

 

Civil War Prisoner of War Records-Selected Records of the War Department Relating to Confederate Prisoners of War

Matherly, Geo. W., Pvt. 42nd Va, Co. F, captured Spottsylvania May 12, 1864, died West’s Bldgs Hospital Nov. 5, 1864 of chronic diarrhea, buried Loudon Park Cemetery

 

Civil War Prisoner of War Records-Register of Confederates who died in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals in the North

Matherly, Geo. Pvt., Co. F, 42 VA, died Nov. 5, 1864, buried Loudon Park Cemetery Confederate Lot B-36

 

Source: www.footnote.com

 

Matherly, George W., Co. F., 42nd VA Inf., Private-Private-Cards filed with Maverly, George W.

 

George W. Maverly, Pvt., Co. F., 42nd VA, Muster Roll April 30 to Oct 31. 1864-Absent-POW since 12 May 1864.   Enlisted June 22, 1861 at Henry Co., Va.

 

Geo. W. Maverly, Pvt., Co. F., 42 Va., Regimental Return Feb. 1862-on reenlisted furlough

 

G. W. Martherly, Pvt., Co. F, 42 VA on roll of POW at Point Lookout, Md., -arrival Belle Plains, Va. May 18, 1864-captured near Spottsylvania C. H. May 12, 1864. Transferred to Elmira, NY Aug. 3, 1864

On report of prisoners of war who died at West’s Bldgs Hospital, Baltimore, Md. for Nov. 1 to 15, 1864. Died 5 Nov. 1864 of chronic diarrhea and buried at Loudon Park Cemetery

 

Publication #: M324 NARA

Publication Title: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia

 

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Thomas H. Matthews – [Plot A-16; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

Matthews_Thomas_H(SM).jpg

 

Buried 11/15/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Pvt. James W. Matthews – [Plot H-31; Readable] ADOPTEDMatthews_James_W_sm

 

Died 11/15/1901, aged 76.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

JAMES W. MATHEWS, H-31, Co. D, 9 VA Inf.

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

J.W. Matthews

Confederate VA

9th VA Inf. , Co. D

Rank in/out: Private

Alternate Name: James W. Mathews

M382 Roll 36

 

American Civil War Soldiers

James Matthews

Enlisted 1 May 1862 at Cedar Point, VA as a Private

Confederate VA

Co. F., 9th Inf. Reg. VA

 

There is a James W. Matthews in the 19th Inf. Co. D, VA

 

From www.genealogybank.com, The (Baltimore) Sun, 18 Nov 1901-Mortuary Notice

                        JAMES W. MATTHEWS

   The funeral of Mr. James W. Matthews, 76 years old, an ex Confederate soldier, who died Friday, took place yesterday afternoon from his home *** Barclay street.  Service were conducted by Rev. Anthony Bilkovsky.  The casket was draped with an old Confederate army flag.  Interment was made in Loudon Park Cemetery.  The pall bearers were W. H. Vier,  S. Bailey, J. Lousby and K. H. Kepler

 

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Pvt. Joseph V. McAvoy – [Plot B-91; Unreadable] ADOPTED

McAvoy_Joseph_V(SM)

 

Died 5/28/1907, aged 72.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

JOSEPH V. McAVOY, B-91, Co. D., 22nd MS Inf.

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Joseph McAvoy

Confederate MS

Enlisted as Private in Co.. D., 22nd Inf. Reg. MS

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Joseph McAvoy

Confederate MS

22 MS Inf., Co. D

Rank in/out: Private

M232 Roll 26 (Soldiers and Sailors System)

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

Joseph McAvoy

Enlisted as a Private in Co. D,, 22nd Inf. Reg.

Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

1900 US Federal Census-MD-Baltimore Independent City-election District 3-District 25

 

Name

Born

Age

Married/years

# children born-still living

Place Born

Father Born

Mother Born

Occupation/Relationship

 

McAvoy, Joseph V.

May 1835

65

Md 12yrs

 

Md

Ire

Md

Florist

McAvoy, Christiann

Aug 1847

42

Md 12yrs

2-0

Md

Ger

Ger

Wife

 

1880 US federal Census-MD-Baltimore-D 3- D 227

 

Name

Age

Occupation

Born

Father born

Mother born

McAvoy, Jos

45

Laborer

Md

Ire

Ire

 

 

Source: www.footnote.com

 

Joseph McAvoy, Pvt., Co. D (Rodney Guards) 22nd Reg. MS Inf., Muster Roll Aug. 5-13, 1861-Present, Aug. 13-Oct. 31 1861-Present, Nov and Dec 1861-Presnet, Dec. 31, 1861 to May 1, 1862-Present-enlisted Aug 31, 1861 at Corinth, MS,  May 1 to Aug 31, 1862-Present, Sept and Oct 1862-absent missing since battle Corinth-supposed to be in hands of enemy, May and June 1863-Absent sick at hospital, July 25 to Aug 31, 1863-Absent sent to hospital March 1863, Sept and Oct 1863 at hospital since Oct 4, 1862, Nov and Dec 1863-Absent in hospital  at Marion, March and April 1864-Absent sent to hospital Oct 4, 1862-since detaled by surgeons certificate March 16, 1864, July and Aug 1864-Absent detached duty at Wayside Hospital Selma, Ala, Aug 31 1864 to Feb 28, 1865-Absent detached at Wayside Hospital Selma,Ala..

 

On Hospital Muster Roll Jackson’s cavalry Division Hospital, Old Marion MS , attached to hospital June 1, 1863, employed as a nurse-Present.

 

Publication #: M269 NARA

Publication Title:  Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi

 

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Pvt. Daniel McCauley – [Plot C-77; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

McCAULEY, DANIEL: Enl. on 9/23/61 in Charlotte Co., VA. Discharged on 12/1/62, overage, age 37, 5'4 3/4", light comp., blue eyes, light hair, farmer. Rejoined. Pres. thru 12/64 roll. Born in Ireland. Living at the Maryland Line Soldier's Home, Pikesville, MD in 1894.

 

26) Courtesy Jeff Weaver, Staunton Hill Artillery Web Site.

 

Born in County Limerick, Ireland….Slightly wounded at Fort Fisher in the head by a minie ball.

 

1) Toomey, Page 66

 

Died 4/14/1910, aged 86.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

DANIEL McCAULEY, C-77, Staunton Hill Art, VA

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Daniel McCauley

Confederate VA

Capt. Paris’ Company VA Art (Staunton Hill Art)

Rank in/out: Private

M383 Roll 36

 

1870 US Federal Census-MD-Prince Georges-Vansville

McCauley, Danl

40

Laborer

Ireland

McCauley, Bridget

30

keeping house

Ireland

McCauley, David

11

 

MD

McCauley, Mary

16

 

MD

McCauley, Hannah

12

 

MD

McCauley, Ellen

9

 

MD

 

 

From www.genealogybank.com, The Baltimore American, 16 April 1910

            Mr. Daniel A. McCauley Dead

  Mr. Daniel A. McCauley, aged 86 years, an old Confederate veteran, died Thursdat night in the Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home, Pikesville, after an illness of several months.  He was born in County Limerick, Ireland and was a well known citizen of Baltimore.  At the beginning of the Civil War he enlisted as a private in the Confederate Army at Keysville, Va., in Staunton Battery, and was slightly wounded in his head at Fort Fisher.  He participated in the battles at Wilmington, Newport Barracks, Moorehead City and Roanoke, N.C., and other important engagements.  His survivors are one daughter (Mrs. Annie Anderson, of this city) and his daughter-in-law (Mrs. David McCauley of Phoenix, Ariz.)

   The funeral will take place at 8 o’clock this morning at St. Charles’ Catholic Church, Pikesville.  Requiem mass will be celebrated by the rector, Rev. Michael Riordan.  Interment will be in the Confederate Lot in Loudon Park Cemetery.  The pallbearers will be fellow inmates of the home.

 

The (Baltimore) Sun, 17 April 1910 Mortuary Notice

            DANIEL  A. McCAULEY

  The funeral of Mr. Daniel A. McCauley, a Confederate veteran, who died Thursday night at the Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home, Pikesville, took place yesterday morning from St. Charles’ Catholic Church.  Rev. M.J. Riordan, the pastor, conducted the services and the veterans from the home attended in a body.  Burial was in the Confederate grounds at Loudon Park Cemetery.  The pallbearers, all of whom were his old comrade in arms, were Messrs. George W. Hoffman, A.L. Maguire, William Donahue, J.H. Kepler, C. R. Price and George W. Bryant.

 

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George D. McClure – [Plot J-06; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

 McClure_George_D_SM.jpg

 

Died 7/19/1905, aged 65.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

GEORGE DOUGLAS McCLURE, J-06, 4 MD Art. (Chesapeake)

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

George D. McClure

Rank” Private

Served: Maryland

MD 4th Light Art. Battery

Index to Compiled Confederate Service Records

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

George D. McClure

Confederate MD

4 Battery MD Art.

Rank in/out: Private

Alternate name: G.D. McClure

M379 Roll 2

 

American Civil War Soldiers

George McClure

Confederate MD

Private in 4th Light Art. Reg. MD

 

The (Baltimore) Sun, 20 July 1905

McClure- On July 19, 1905 at Homeopathic Hospital, GEORGE DOUGLAS McCLURE, beloved husband of Emma H. McClure.  Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery this (Thursday) afternoon at 4 o’clock.

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Peter H. McClury – [Plot D-56; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Died 3/15/1912, aged 75.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Pvt. Stephen McDonald – [Plot H-30; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

McDonald_Stephen(SM).jpg

 

Died 10/11/1901, aged 70.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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James McDowell – [Plot C-79; Unreadable] ADOPTED

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Died 2/12/1910, aged 79.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

JAMES McDOWELL, C-79, Teal’s Art. TX

 

From www.genealogybank.com

 Baltimore American , 16 February 1910

            Funeral of Mr. McDowell

  The funeral of Mr. James McDowell, aged 70 years, a distinguished Confederate veteran and who served with Captain Beal’s Artillery, of Texas, who died late Saturday night at the confederate Soldiers’ Home, took place yesterday afternoon from the Home.  Services were conducted by Rev. John W. Neel, pastor of Arlington Presbyterian Church.  The pallbearers were; Frank Severe, George W. Aldridge, H.C. Blanchard, C.O. Davis, Samuel P. Glenn and P.B. Martin.  Interment was in the confederate lot in Loudon Park Cemetery.

 

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Pvt. Daniel McCaskill – [Plot B-80; Unreadable] ADOPTED

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Buried 11/20/1863, aged 24.

 

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John B. McGinnis – [Plot E-44; Unreadable] ADOPTED

McGinnis_John_B(sm)

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

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Pvt. George L. McGuire – [Plot J-04; Readable] ADOPTED

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Died 2/24/1907, aged 65.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Pvt. R. F. McInturff – [Plot C-33; Barely Readable] ADOPTEDMcInturff_R_F_sm

 

Buried 11/02/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

R. F. McINTURFF, C-33, Co. A., Thomas Legion

Source: www.footnote.com

NARA M270

Richard McInturff, Co. D, 1 Reg. Thomas Legion, NC and TN Vols. Age 19

 

Company Muster Roll Sept/Oct 1863, enlisted 8 Aug 1861 at Knoxville, Present- Nov/Dec 1863 Present- Jan/Feb 1864 Present- Apr 1864 Present- Report of POW’s who died at West’s Bldgs. Hospital, Baltimore, MD fromNov 1 to 15, 1864- Captured Strasburg, VA 19 Oct 1864, died 1 Nov 1864 of G.S.wound buried Loudon Park.

 

Source: www.ancestry.com

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Richard McInturff

Confederate  NC

Inf. Regt. Thomas Legion NC, Co. D

Rank in/out: Private

CWSS M230 Roll 26

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Richard McInturff

Confederate NC

Private

Co. D, Thomas Legion Inf. NC

 

1850 US Federal Census-TN-Knox-Subdivision 15

 

Charles W. Price

62

Farmer

VA

Sarah M. Price

55

 

TN

Mary A. McInturff

35

 

TN

George W. McInturff

12

 

TN

Charles P. McInturff

9

 

TN

Richard McInturff

6

 

TN

 

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Pvt. James McKee – [Plot G-12; Unreadable] ADOPTED

McKee_James(SM)

 

Died 1/30/1894, aged 61.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

The Sun paper, 1 February 1894

Mr. James McKee, an ex-Confederate soldier, died at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home, Pikesville, Tuesday night, aged fifty-nine years.  He enlisted at New Orleans in April 1861 in Company I, First Kentucky Regiment of Volunteers. At the expiration of terms of service he re-enlisted in Company I, First Maryland Cavalry and served to the end of the war.  He was a prisoner at Fort Delaware when the war closed and was released March 2, 1864.  He will be buried today in the Confederate lot at Loudon Park.

 

The preceeding information from the Baltimore Sun was found on the website www.Genealogybank.com.

In small print “This entire and/or portions thereof are copyrighted by NewsBank and/or the American Antiquarian Society, 2004.”

 

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B. A. McLaughlin – [Plot F-52; Unreadable] ADOPTED

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Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

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Maj. McMurry – [Plot G-03; Unreadable] ADOPTED

McMurray_Major(sm)

 

Died September 1862. Reburied from Antietam to Greenmount Cemetery, Baltimore, 8/31/1863. Reburied at Loudon Park, 6/03/1896.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Maj. James H. Messick – [Plot Unknown; No Marker] ADOPTED

 

Died 7/24/1902, aged 53.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 JAMES H. MESSICK, Lot unknown, no marker,  14 AR Inf., died 24 July 1902 at age 53

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

James M. Messick

Confederate AR

14 (Power’s) AR Inf. Co. A

Rank in: Private

Rank out: Sergeant

 

James H. Messick

Confederate  AR

14 (Power’s) AR Inf.

Rank: Major

 

Side note:  There is an E. H. Messick, confederate AR, 14 (Power’s) AR. Inf, Co. F&S, rank in/out: Major. Alternate name Elisha H. Messick.

 

American Civil War Soldiers

James Messick

Confederate  AR

Enlisted as a Sergeant Co. A., 14 Inf Reg. AR.

 

J. Messick

Confederate  AR

Enlisted as Major, Co. S., 14 Inf. Reg AR

 

Side note:

E. Messick

Confederate AR

Enlisted as Major

Co. S., 14 Inf. Reg. AR

 

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J. H. Messick  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Major

Mustering information:
- Commissioned into Field and Staff, 14th Infantry (Arkansas)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records
- Field Officers, Regiments & Battalions of CS Army

 

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Charles H. Mettee – [Plot B-34; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

Mettee_Charles_H_SM.jpg

 

Died 6/21/1916, aged 70.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Charles Mettel  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into 2nd Light Artillery (Maryland)

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

 

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Charles Meyers – [Plot D-54; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

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Died 4/12/1912, aged 84.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Michall – [Plot B-11; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

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Buried November 1864.

 

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Lynn Franklin Miller – [Plot C-12; Readable] ADOPTED

 

Died 2/14/1925, aged 79.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Lineaus Franklin Miller  (Confederate)

Biographical data and notes:
- Lineaus Franklin Miller died on Feb 13 1925 at Old Soilders' Home, Pikesville, MD
-
He is buried at Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, MD
-
Entered Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, MD on 10/10/15 at the age of 75. Postwar occupation: Salesman.

Enlistment:
- Enlisted on Nov 22 1863 at Gloucester Point, VA as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into A Company, 5th Cavalry (Virginia) on Nov 22 1863

Listed as:
- On rolls on Apr 15 1864 (Estimated day)
- Absent, sick on Sep 28 1864
- Hospitalized on Apr 1 1865 at Petersburg, VA
- POW on Apr 3 1865 at Hospital, Richmond, VA
- Paroled on May 29 1865 at Richmond, VA

Sources for the above information:
- The Virginia Regimental Histories Series, (1987)

 

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Pvt. John R. Mims – [Plot D-65; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Mims_John_R(SM)

 

Buried 3/13/1864, aged 24.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 JOHN K. MIMS, Lot D-65, Co. E., 11 MS Inf.

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

John R. Mims

Confederate  MS

11 MS Inf., Co. E

Rank in/out: Private

 

American Civil War Soldiers

John Mims

Confederate  MS

Enlisted as a Private, Co. E., 11 Inf. Reg. MS

Killed at Gettysburg, PA

 

Civil War Prisoner of War records

Mimms, John R.,  11 MS, Co. E.,  captured at Gettysburg, PA.,  July 8, 1863, died at West’s Bldgs Hospital of a gunshot wound to the abdomin March 1, 1864.

 

Another record has date of death as 12 March 1864 at West’s Bldgs.

 

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John R. Mims

 

Private John R. Mims, Co. E, 11th Regiment Mississippi Infantry Volunteers – born 1839 in Georgia – died March 12, 1864, West’s Buildings Hospital, Baltimore, MD.  Buried Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore.

 

The 11th Regiment Mississippi Infantry was mustered into Confederate service in Lynchburg, VA after being recruited from the Mississippi counties of  Neshoba, Yazoo, Monroe, Coahome, Noxubee, Chickasaw, Lowndes, Lamar, Carroll and Lafayette in the spring of 1861.  It fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from First Manassas to the end of the war.

 

In the 1850 Mississippi census for Lowndes County, John R. Mims is an 11 year-old living with his parents, Mathew (age 36) and Susan (age 20) Mims.  He has 2 older brothers and 4 younger sisters and a younger brother 9 months old.  Mathew Mims was born in Georgia as were the older boys.  Susan was born in North Carolina.  I assume she is a second wife since the oldest of the Mims boys is 15.   Mathew’s occupation is listed as “planter” with real estate valued at $3,500.  The oldest son is listed as “student” which might indicate the family was wealthy enough to allow the oldest son to be enrolled in school rather than working at the age of 15.  Mims is a common surname in Georgia and South Carolina and it appears as if the Mims family may have moved to Mississippi sometime about 1840 because the 9 year-old daughter was born in Mississippi while 11 year-old John was born in Georgia.

 

In the 1860 Mississippi census for Kemper County (east-central Mississippi near Meridian), John R. Mims was listed as a 21 year-old living with a family named Robertson.  Mr. Robertson was a farmer and Mims was listed as “manager of farm.”

 

He was enlisted April 26/27, 1861 at Crawford (or Crawfordville), Mississippi by Capt. Hairston (some records show Humphries) to serve for a period of 1 year.  The Company Muster Roll for January/February 1862 shows his period of enlistment was extended two years and he had a bounty due of $50.  Other records show he was mustered into the service of Capt. J. T. W. Hairston’s Company (Prairie Guards) 5th Reg’t, 1 Brig., Mississippi Vols. as early as February 15, 1861.  This company later became Co. E, 11th Regiment Mississippi Infantry.

 

Mims’ name appears as having been discharged from General Hospital at Culpeper Court House, VA on Sept. 28, 1861.  Another form shows him discharged from a hospital in Culpeper on August 23, 1861.  Perhaps he was wounded at First Manassas.  On August 31, 1862 he signed a form showing that he had received $69 which included $44 for 4 months pay (at $11/month) plus $25 for clothing.  In one instance it appears Mims signed his own name, but another form shows “J. R. Mimms X his mark.”  His name is alternately spelled with 1 “m” or 2.  On Sept. 27, 1862 he was listed at General Hospital No. 2 in Richmond, VA.  He showed up in November and December 1862 as “absent wounded” on the muster roll of Company E.

 

Company E of the 11th Mississippi participated in Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863 and suffered heavy casualties.  Mims was captured after being left on the battlefield as his injury (fractured pelvis) would have prevented him from retreating.  Initially, he was in hospitals in and around Gettysburg, then was admitted to a General Hospital in Chester, PA on July 21, 1863.  On January 14, 1864, he was transferred to McClellan Gen’l Hospital, Philadelphia (or Nicetown) PA from the hospital in Chester where his diagnosis was “Fract. left pelvis.”  Missile = “Conical” W’d at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863.  Treatment “simple dressing.”

 

On February 13, 1864 he apparently was moved to West’s Buildings General Hospital, Baltimore, MD from McClellan in Philadelphia.  This time his diagnosis showed “G.S. wd. of abdomen penetrating long intestines, passing through center of illeum crista.”  “Missile – Min Ball.”  Again the treatment is “simple dressings.”  The report from West’s Buildings shows he died March 12, 1864 at age 24 from a gunshot wound.  Remarks on his Record of Death and Interment state, “This man has no effects.”  His residence before enlistment was Lowndes Co., MS and he was single.  He was buried March 13, 1864 at Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore.

 

This information comes from his military service record and prisoner of war record I got from the National Archives and from census records.

 

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Pvt. Aaron Moore – [Plot B-52; Barely Readable] ADOPTEDMoore_Aaron_sm

 

Buried 5/24/1862.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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William Martin V. B. Moore – [Plot D-23; No Marker] ADOPTED

Moore_William_Martin_V_B(SM)

 

Died 3/12/1932, aged 89.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

William Martin Van Buren Moore  (Confederate)

Biographical data and notes:
- Born in Halifax County, VA
- Pre-enlistment occupation: Planter
- William Martin Van Bure Moore died on Mar 12 1932
- He is buried at Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, MD
- Died at age 89.

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into 1st Company, Rockbridge 1st LA (Virginia)

Sources for the above information:
- The Virginia Regimental Histories Series, (1987)

 

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Pvt. William H. Moore – [Plot G-16; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Moore_William_H(SM)

 

Died 10/09/1894, aged 52.

 

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Edward Moran – [Plot F-65; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Moran_Edward(sm)

 

Died 10/09/1894. Reburied from Virginia, 1874.  (sic)

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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John O. Morgan – [Plot C-09; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Morgan_John_O(SM).jpg

 

Buried 2/24/1865.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Cpl. William T. Morgan – [Plot C-65; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

Morgan_William_T(SM).jpg

 

Died 1/03/1911, aged 72.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

WILLIAM THOMAS MORGAN, C-65, Co. A, Armistead Bty, VA

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

William T. Morgan

Confederate VA

Capt. Armistead’s Co., VA Light Art (Matthew’s Light Art)

Rank in: Corporal

Rank out: Private

M382 Roll 39

 

 

 

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Baltimore American 4 January 1911-News Article

                        WAR VETERAN DEAD

William T. Morgan Expires in the Hopkins Hospital

   William T. Morgan, aged 73 years, a veteran of the Civil War, died of heart failure and pneumonia shortly after 10 o’clock yesterday morning at the Johns Hopkins Hospital where he had been a patient since last Friday.  Prior to that date Mr. Morgan had been living in destitute circumstances in the house at 424 South Eden street but the Federated Charities became interested in the case and made an investigation, with the result that the veteran was sent to the hospital where he might obtain treatment.  Despite the skill and care of the physicians at the institution, however, Mr. Morgan’s condition rapidly grew worse.   The death is all the more pathetic in view of the fact that Mrs. Morgan, who is herself and invalid, was unable to be at her husband’s side when he expired-in fact she had not seen him since he was carried from the house last Friday.

   Mr. Morgan was born in Matthew’s county, Va.  When quite a youth he learned the trade of carpentry and ship joining.  At the outbreak of the civil War he enlisted in one of the regiments of his State and served throughout the war, being promoted to the rank of corporal for efficiency.  H e was with General Lee when the latter surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse.

    About 25 years ago Mr. Morgan came to this city to live and resumed his trade.  Not long after his arrival, however, his health began to fail and the family was obliged to subsist as best they could.  Mrs. Keturah Morgan, the wife, did what she could to maintain the family but when the son of the couple, William Morgan, Jr., began to fail in health it seemed that luck was against them.  He was obliged to give up his position and then father, mother and son were obliged to depend upon a 15 year old grandson for support.

  It was in this condition that the Federated Charities found the family.  Now, however, both the son and grandson are employed.

 

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Pvt. Samuel D. Mothershead – [Plot H-27; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Mothershead_Samuel_D(sm)

 

Died 7/30/1901, aged 74.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 SAMUEL D. MOTHERSHEAD, Lot H-27, Co. B., 40 VA Inf.

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Samuel D. Mothershead

Confederate VA

40 VA Inf., Co. B

Rank in/out: Private

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Samuel Mothershead

Enlisted: 28 May 1861

Confederate VA

Enlisted as a Private in Co. B., 40th Inf. Reg., VA

Discharged 15 July 1862

 

Civil War Prisoner of War Records

Roll of Prisoners of War at Point Lookout, MD

 

Mothershead, S.D., Pvt, 40 VA Inf. Co. B, captured at Falling Waters, MD July 14, 1863, exchanged Feb 1? 1865

 

 

1850 US Federal Census, VA, Richmond, Farnham Parish

Samuel D. Mothershead

 

21

Farmer

Richmond Co.

Mary A.F. Mothershead

 

33

 

Westmoreland Co.

Eugene Ficklin

 

6

 

Richmond Co.

Theodore Ficklin

 

1

 

Richmond Co.

 

1860 US Federal Census, VA, Richmond

Saml. D. Mothershead

 

33

Hand on light boat

VA

Mary A.F. Mothershead

 

44

 

VA

Triplett Mothershead

 

6

 

VA

Eugene D. Ficklin

 

16

 

VA

Theodore Ficklin

 

15

 

VA

 

1870 US Federal Census, VA, Fairfax, Dranesville

Mothershead, S.D.

 

41

Farmer

VA

Mothershead, Mary A.F.

 

50

 

VA

Wright, Elizabeth

 

13

 

VA

Palmer, Daniel

 

13

 

VA

 

1880 US Federal Census, District of Columbia

Mothershead, S.D.

 

51

Waterman

VA VA VA

Mothershead, Mary A.F.

 

59

 

VA VA VA

 

1900 US Federal Census, District of Columbia

Mothershead, Samuel D., born May 1828m age 72, widowed, Born In VA, parents born in VA. Boarder at the home of Albert Rusher.

 

 

IGI, www.familysearch.org

Samuel D. Mothershead

Born: 1826, Richmond, VA

Died: 23 July 1901

 

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Buried 7/27/1863.

 

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Pvt. Cornelius Saxton Mullin – [Plot C-06; Readable] UNAVAILABLE (V.A. Stone)

Mullin_Cornelius(sm)

 

Aged 84.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Cpl. Joseph Mullen – [Plot H-24; Readable] ADOPTED

Mullen_Joseph_SM.jpg

 

Died 3/01/1903.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Joseph Mullen  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted on Jul 18 1861 at Perquimans County, NC as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into F Company, 27th Infantry (North Carolina) on Jul 18 1861
- Paroled while serving in 27th Infantry (North Carolina) on Apr 29 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Promotions:
- Promoted to Corpl (Full, Vol) on Sep 18 1862

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

 

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Pvt. Edwin Maxcy Mungo – [Plot D-28; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Mungo_Edwin_M(SM)

 

(18) Private Lancaster (sic) Killed in Action in Virginia.

 

38)  http://www.researchonline.net/sccw/rosters/4thcava.htm

 

Buried 10/23/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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