Levi Washington Jones

Levi Washington Jones
1844 – January 15, 1865

1860 Residence: Bladen County, NC
Alternate Spelling:  Levy W. Jones, Levy Washington Jones, Levi W. Jones

Military Record
March 27, 1863 – Enlisted in New Hanover County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company I
Also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company I
Rank: Private
January 15, 1865 – Missing in Action at Fort Fisher, NC & reported killed

Parents
Nathan Jones 1822-1900        2nd Bat NC Local Def Co C
Elizabeth Ann Smith 1820-1902

Siblings
Amos Henry Jones 1846-1865        36th NC Co H
John Oliver Jones 1848-1904
Edna Anna Jones 1851-1922
Franklin Pierce Jones 1854-1901
Nancy L. Jones 1856-1918
Ruth Victoria Jones 1858-1936
Emma Elizabeth Jones 1861-1926
Owen Morgan Jones 1864-1938
Lucy E. Jones 1866-1926
Amos Washington Jones 1868-1940

Wife
Unmarried

No children

Burial
Henry Allen Cemetery
NC 131 Highway & Old NC 41
Bladenboro, NC

Levi Washington Jones Grave

Levi Washington Jones Grave

Henry C. Maultsby

Henry C. Maultsby
1845 – 1865

1860 Residence: Bladen County, NC
Alternate Spelling: Henry C. Maltsby

Military Record
January 11, 1864 – Enlisted at Bladen County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 3rd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 3rd Company B
Rank: Private
December 24, 1864 – Wounded in Action at Fort Fisher, NC
Sent to the Hospital at Raleigh, NC
January 18, 1865 – Returned to Duty
March 1, 1865 – Admitted to the Hospital at Greensboro, NC

(Note: Believed to have died in the Hospital at Greensboro because he was buried in a period grave in the High Point Area)

Parents
Neil McDuffie Maultsby 1795-1847
Nancy Wilson 1813-1870

Siblings
Henrietta F. Maultsby 1834-1862
Thomas Wilson Maultsby 1836-1899
Sarah Elisabeth Maultsby 1840-1906
William J. Maultsby 1840-1887        18th NC Co K
Lucy Ann Maultsby 1842-1908
Neill Josiah Maultsby 1846-1867

Never Married

Burial
Oakwood Municipal Cemetery
High Point, NC

Henry C. Maultsby Grave

Henry C. Maultsby Grave

Daniel R. Bordeaux

Daniel R. Bordeaux
October 8, 1844 – October 10, 1920

1860 Residence: Bladen County, NC
Alternate Spelling: Thomas Bordeaux

Military Record
November 10, 1862 – Enlisted at Bladen County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, Company H
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, Company H
Rank: Private
Present or accounted for through August 1864

Parents
Enoch Bordeaux 1822-1865       36th NC Co H
Sarah Ann Cain 1818-1898

Siblings
Elizabeth Ann Bordeaux 1847-1928
Martha Jane Bordeaux 1850-1919
Emaline Bordeaux 1853-1870
Marshall William Bordeaux 1855-1889
Mack Lloyd Bordeaux 1857-1935

Wife
Temperance Green 1847-1926

Children
Enoch W. Bordeaux 1874
Elizabeth J. Bordeaux 1879-1896
John Wesley Bordeaux 1885-1948

Burial
Carver’s Creek United Methodist Church Cemetery
Bladen County, NC

Daniel R. Bordeaux Grave

Daniel R. Bordeaux Grave

H. Thomas Bordeaux

H. Thomas Bordeaux
1828 – August 1864

1860 Residence: Bladen County, NC
Alternate Spelling: Thomas Bordeaux

Military Record
October 19, 1861 – Enlisted at Bladen County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company I
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company I
Rank: Private
July 19, 1864 – Transferred to
36th North Carolina Regiment, Company E
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, Company E
August 29-30, 1864 – Died at Fort Fisher, NC of disease

Parents
William Bordeaux 1788
Margaret Johnson 1792

Siblings
Elizabeth Bordeaux 1817
William Bordeaux 1818-1884        1st AL Co D
Enoch Bordeaux 1822-1865        36th NC Co H
Daniel Bordeaux 1823-1867        18th NC Co A
Temperance Bordeaux 1826
Rebecca Bordeaux 1830-1919
Israel Washington Bordeaux 1834-1913        36th NC Co H
James Bordeaux 1837

Wife
Rhoda A. ? 1833

Children
Rebecca A. Bordeaux 1848-1935
Hannah J. Bordeaux 1850
Clarkson Bordeaux 1854
Israel Keith Bordeaux 1855-1929

Burial
Bordeaux Family Cemetery (Tatum Cemetery)
Owen Hill Rd (SR 1336)
Tar Heel, NC
Bladen County, NC

H. Thomas Bordeaux Grave

H. Thomas Bordeaux Grave

Enoch Bordeaux

Enoch Bordeaux
1822 – April 10, 1865

 

Military Record
September 2, 1863 – Enlisted at Brunswick County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, Company H
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, Company H
Rank: Private
January 15, 1865 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Elmira, NY
April 10, 1865 – Died of Variola at Elmira, NY

Parents
William Bordeaux 1788
Margaret Johnson 1792

Siblings
Elizabeth Bordeaux 1817
William J. Bordeaux 1818-1884       1st AL Co D
Daniel Bordeaux 1823-1867        18th NC Co A
Temperance Bordeaux 1826
H. Thomas Bordeaux 1828-1864       36th NC 2nd Co I
Rebecca Bordeaux 1830-1919
Israel Washington Bordeaux 1834-1919       36th NC Co H
James Bordeaux 1837

Wife
Sarah Ann Cain 1818-1898

Children
Daniel R. Bordeaux 1844-1920       36th NC Co H
Elizabeth Ann Bordeaux 1847-1928
Martha Jane Bordeaux 1850-1919
Emaline Bordeaux 1853-1870
Marshall William Bordeaux 1855-1889
Mack Lloyd Bordeaux 1857-1935

Burial
Woodlawn National Cemetery
Grave #2666  (Note: spelling on tombstone incorrect)
Elmira, NY

Note:  “Correspondence with Chemung County Historical Society in Elmira, NY confirms that Enoch Bordeaux’s name was recorded as Enoch Murdeaux in the original records at Elmira and recorded as Enoch Mindex on his tombstone.”

Enoch Bordeaux Grave

Enoch Bordeaux Grave

Enoch Bordeaux Memorial Marker

Enoch Bordeaux Memorial Marker

 

Amos Henry Jones

Amos Henry Jones
1846 – December 25, 1864
(Date of Death from Confederate Records, Tombstone shows January 15, 1865)

Alternate Spelling: Amos Jones
1860 Residence: Bladen County, NC

Military Record
March 31-April 1, 1864 – Enlisted in New Hanover County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, Company H
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, Company H
Rank: Private
Present and accounted for through August 1864
December 25, 1864 – Killed at Fort Fisher, NC

Parents
Nathan Jones 1822-1900        2nd Bat NC Local Defense, Co C
Elizabeth Ann Smith 1820-1902

Siblings
Levi Washington Jones 1844-1865        36th NC 2nd Co I
John Oliver Jones 1848-1904
Edna Ann Jones 1851-1922
Franklin Pierce Jones 1854-1901
Nancy L. Jones 1856-1918
Ruth Victoria Jones 1858-1936
Emma Elizabeth Jones 1861-1926
Owen Morgan Jones 1864-1938
Lucy E. Jones 1866-1926
Amos Washington Jones 1868-1940

Wife
Teracy Culbreth 1840

No Children

Burial
Henry Allen Cemetery
NC 131 Highway & Old NC 41
Bladenboro, NC

Amos Henry Jones Grave

Amos Henry Jones Grave

John Wesley Dowless

John Wesley Dowless
September 11, 1832 –  1911

Alternate Spelling:  John W. Dowless
1860 Residence:  Bladen County, NC

Military Record
March 7, 1862 – Enlisted at New Hanover County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company I
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company I
Rank:  Private
December 26, 1864 – Captured near Savannah, GA and admitted to the hospital with a burns on his foot
January 19, 1865 – Readmitted to the hospital with chronic diarrhea

Parents
William Dowless  1804-1851
Margaret Cain  1809-1851

Siblings
Margaret Dowless  1830
Samuel Anders Dowless  1831-1893         36th NC 2nd Co I
Elisha Dowless  1835-1909            36th NC 2nd Co I

Wife
Mary Ann Allen  1833-1874

Children
Charles Wesley Dowless  1852-1875
Ann Eliza Dowless  1854-1893
Lucy Maria Dowless  1856-1932
Mary Caroline Dowless  1858-1872
Lizzie Betts Dowless  1860-1930
Amanda Jane Dowless  1862-1944
John Washington Dowless  1865-1940
George Franklin Dowless  1867-1952
Attie William Dowless  1870-1871
Emma McNeal Dowless  1873-1879
Rufus H. Dowless  1875-1949

Wife
Mary Elizabeth Johnson  1854-1891

Children
Della Dowless  1876-1941
Joseph Randall Dowless  1878-1951

Burial
Carvers Creek United Methodist Church Cemetery
NC Hwy 87 (South of Elizabethtown)
Bladen County, NC

John Wesley Dowless Grave

John Wesley Dowless Grave

George Sloan

George Sloan
January 21, 1834 – December 29, 1888
(Tombstone shows birth as January 1836)

1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
April 17, 1861 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
1st North Carolina Infantry, Company F
Rank: 3rd Lieutenant
November 12-13, 1861 – Mustered out
March 1, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company B
Rank: Private
March 19, 1862 – Transferred to
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank: 1st Lieutenant
April 30, 1862 – Promoted to Captain
May 16, 1864 – Wounded at Drewry’s Bluff, VA
Prior to June 1, 1864 – Returned to Duty
June 1, 1864 – Captured at Cold Harbor, VA
June 11, 1864 – Confined at Point Lookout, MD
June 23, 1864 – Transferred to Fort Delaware, DE
June 17, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Dickson Sloan 1796-1864
Catherine Bryan 1801-1845

Siblings
Ann Elizabeth Sloan 1820-1867
David Dickson Sloan 1821-1876
John Bryan Sloan 1823
Ellen Sloan 1825-1901
Sarah Jane Sloan 1829-1913
Robert Needham Sloan 1832-1852
Margaret Rachel Sloan 1837-1898
Catherine Sloan 1840
John Henry Sloan 1840
Mary Douglas Sloan 1843-1900

Wife
Hannah Lambert Mitchell 1849-1941

Children
George Sloan 1871-1932
Robert Charles Sloan 1873-1958
Louise Sloan 1875-1957
Sarah Swann Sloan 1877-1946
David Dickson Sloan 1881-1977
Katharine Bryan Sloan 1883-1922

Burial
Oakdale Cemetery
520 N. 15th Street
Wilmington, NC
Section H, Lot 67

Geroge Sloan Grave

Geroge Sloan Grave

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George Sloan Obituary

George Sloan Obituary

 

Kinchen Joseph Braddy

Kinchen Joseph Braddy
January 27, 1839 – August 20, 1908

Alternate Spelling: Kinchen J. Braddy, Kinchen J. Brady
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
April 17, 1861 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
1st North Carolina Infantry, Company F
Rank:  Private
November 12-13, 1861 – Mustered Out
February 15, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company C
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company C
Rank:  1st Lieutenant
August 1, 1862 – Promoted to Captain
January 15, 1865 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, NY
March 5, 1865 – Paroled & Exchanged at City Point, VA

Parents
Solomon Tharp Braddy 1791-1846
Eliza Taylor 1813-1844

Siblings
Mary Nicholson Braddy 1836-1869

Wife
Anna Jane Stephens 1850-1931

Children
Mary Anna Braddy 1871
Janie Stephens Braddy 1873-1958
Kathryn Henry Braddy 1876-1933
Louise W. Braddy 1878
Elizabeth Braddy 1880
Julia Braddy 1882-1919
Charles Leon Braddy 1884-1963
G. W. Braddy 1886
Serena D. Braddy 1887-1899
K. J. Braddy 1891

Burial
Carvers Creek United Methodist Church Cemetery
NC Hwy 87 (South of Elizabethtown)
Bladen County, NC

Kinchen Joseph Braddy Grave

Kinchen Joseph Braddy Grave

Daniel Munn

Daniel Munn
March 13, 1831 – February 22, 1904

Daniel Munn

       Daniel Munn

1860 Residence; Bladen County, NC

Military Record
April 26, 1861 – Enlisted at Bladen County, NC
18th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
September 10, 1861 – Appointed Captain and transferred to the
36th North Carolina Regiment, 3rd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 3rd Company B
January 15, 1865 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor
March 5, 1865 – Paroled & Exchanged at Boulware’s Wharf,
James River, VA

Parents
William Daniel Munn 1775-1856
Mary Campbell 1793-1865

Siblings
Mary Catherine Munn 1810-1878
Christine Munn 1825
Angus Munn 1828-1905
Ollen Munn 1837-1863        18th NC Co B

Wife
Isabella Frances Cobb 1844-1917

Children
John Archibald Munn 1864-1955
Alexander Lamb Munn 1866-1925
Sarah McMillan Munn 1868-1952
Angus Evander Munn 1871-1949
Mary Ella Munn 1873-1875
Lida Walker Munn 1875-1912
Wiley Cobb Munn 1878-1910
Frances Isabell Munn 1880-1970
Daniel Campbell Munn 1883-1964
Janie Vivian Munn 1884-1913

Burial
Saint Pauls Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Saint Pauls, NC

Daniel Munn Grave

Daniel Munn Grave