Duncan James Monroe

Duncan James Monroe
December 23, 1834 – April 19, 1894

Alternate Spelling: Duncan J. Monroe, Duncan J. Munroe, Duncan James Munroe
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
November 9, 1861 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
September 28, 1862 – Hospitalized at Richmond, VA after “stunned by shell on left leg”
Prior to January 1, 1863 – Returned to Duty
July 14, 1863 – Captured at Falling Waters, MD
Confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC
August 8, 1863 – Transferred to Point Lookout, MD
August 16, 1864 – Transferred to Elmira, NY
No further records

Parents
Thomas Monroe 1792-1858
Catharine Turner 1793-1856

Siblings
William John Monroe 1821-1891       18th NC Co B
Catharine Monroe 1822-1896
Henry Neill Monroe 1824-1901        1st NC Inf Co F
Thomas Monroe 1825-1900        51st NC Co I
Annabella Monroe 1827-1904
Daniel A. Monroe 1829-1863        1st NC Inf Co F
Andrew Monroe 1831-1863        38th NC Co K
Mary Elizabeth Turner Monroe 1833-1908

Wife
Frances Isabella ?  1840-1905

Children
Katherine Graham Monroe 1877-1939
Daniel Alexander Monroe 1880-1942
Bella Turner Monroe 1883-1939
Thomas Henry Monroe 1885-1953

Burial
Longstreet Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Fort Bragg, NC