Hybert Atkinson

Hybert Atkinson
April 16, 1846 – January 9, 1924

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
October 11, 1864 – Enlisted in Wilmington, NC
7th North Carolina Junior Reserves, Company C
Rank: Private
December 18, 1864 – Hospitalized at Wilmington, NC with fever
December 24, 1864 – Returned to Duty
December 25, 1864 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
December 29, 1864 – Confined to Fort Monroe, VA
December 31, 1864 – Sent to Point Lookout, MD
January 3, 1865 – Transferred (while a prisoner of war) to
3rd North Carolina Junior Reserves, Company I
May 13, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Kinchen Atkinson 1803-1879
Esther Purvis 1805-1881

Siblings
Elizabeth Jane Atkinson 1826-1891
Joseph Henry Atkinson 1827-1907        50th NC Co H
Clarissa Atkinson 1829
Bright Atkinson 1833-1912        50th NC Co B
E. C. Atkinson 1834        12th NC 1st Co D
Atlas Atkinson 1837-1917        12th NC 1st Co D
John Cross Atkinson 1841-1915        50th NC Co B
Ann Catherine Atkinson 1844-1920
Florence Elen Atkinson 1847
Kinchen Atkinson 1850
Martha Atkinson 1852

Wife
Appie Ophelia Thompson 1847

Children
William Robert Atkinson 1866-1941
Esther D. Atkinson 1867-1900
Mary Elizabeth Atkinson 1869-1909
Feisory Atkinson 1871
Anna Belle Atkinson 1872-1940
Oliver Thompson Atkinson 1875
Charity Feodosia Atkinson 1876-1932
Kinchen Atkinson 1878
Charles Herbert Atkinson 1880-1944
Nora Atkinson 1882-1935
Simon Brant Atkinson 1886-1957
Appie O. Atkinson 1888

Wife
Winsie Leggett 1863-1940

Children
Lou Ella Atkinson 1893-1921
Joseph L. Atkinson 1895-1961
E. Cowen Atkinson 1898
Luther Jenkins Atkinson 1901-1951
Harriet Atkinson 1903-1983
Rebecca Atkinson 1905-1917
Lester Atkinson 1909-1926
Margaret Atkinson 1915

Burial
Atkinson Cemetery
Atkinson Road
Fairmont, NC

Hybert Atkinson Grave

Hybert Atkinson Grave