Bunyan Stansel

Bunyan Stansel
November 14, 1833 – 1916

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
May 18, 1861 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
18th North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: Private
May 27, 1862-Wounded in left leg and captured at Hanover Court House, VA.
Confined to Fort Monroe, VA
September 1, 1862-Transferred to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA for exchange
November 10, 1862-Declared exchanged at Aiken’s Landing
February 1865-Reported absent wounded or absent on light duty

Parents
Unknown Stansel
Martha ? 1815- (Johnston County, NC)

Siblings
Unknown

Wife
Rosa C. Meares 1848-1935 (Robeson County, NC)

Children
Martha Godwin Stansel 1870-1935
John Prentice Stansel 1873-1961
Eliza M. Stansel 1874-1926
Numa Reid Stansel 1878-1954
Jesse Coltrane Stansel 1886-1957
Bunyan Harvey Stansel 1887-1978
Thomas Barnes Stansel 1890 1945

Burial
Lumberton City Cemetery
5th Street
Lumberton, NC

Bunyan Stansel Grave

Bunyan Stansel Grave