Lewis Ballard Spell

Lewis Ballard Spell
October 10, 1843 – October 28, 1918

 

Alternate Spelling: Lewis B. Spell
1860 Residence: Sampson County, SC

Military Record
October 31, 1862 – Enlisted at New Hanover County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company C
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company C
Rank: Private
January 15, 1865 – Wounded and Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Fort Delaware, DE
June 19, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Owen H. Spell 1815-1864       46th NC Co I
Mary Butler 1816

Siblings
Robert Lewis Spell 1842-1864        46th NC Co I
Emily Spell 1846

Wife
Ann Frances Crumpler 1846-1920

Children
Florence Jane Spell 1873-1944
George Ballard Spell 1875-1946
Ida Frances Spell 1879-1968
Haywood Spell 1881
John Lewis Spell 1883

Burial
Spell Cemetery
Dunn Road (between Spell Road & Autryville Road)
Salemburg, NC

Lewis Ballard Spell Grave

Lewis Ballard Spell Grave

Archibald Doyle Black

Archibald Doyle Black
December 26, 1841 – September 4, 1908

 

Alternate Spelling: Archibald D. Black
1860 Residence: Rutland County, VT
(He returned to New Hanover County, NC before the war)

Military Record
December 12, 1861 – Enlisted at New Hanover County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 1st Company C
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 1st Company C
Rank: Private
November 4, 1863 – Transferred to
13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Company C
Present or Accounted for through February 1865
May 1, 1865 – Paroled at Greensboro with the remark “Deserted April 25, 1865”
May 3, 1865 – Paroled at Kinston, NC

Parents
Archibald Black
Rebecca Russell 1811-1859

Siblings
Mary Margaret Black 1837
Thomas Black 1850

Wife
Christiana Sprunt 1844

Children
Christiana Sprunt Black 1875-1956
James Menzies Black 1878-1951
Andrew H. Black 1879
Isabella I. Black 1883
Mary Black 1886

Burial
Alloway Cemetery
Watson Farm Road
Red Springs, NC

Archibald Doyle Black Grave

Archibald Doyle Black Grave

William Hugh McKinnon

William Hugh McKinnon
March 14, 1844 – September 30, 1908

 

Alternate Spelling: William H. McKinnon
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
May 16, 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
November 4, 1863 – Transferred to
13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Company B
Present or Accounted for through February 1865

Parents
Murdock McKinnon 1815
Narcissa W. McDonald 1824-1905

Siblings
Narcissa McKinnon 1842-1897
Martha McKinnon 1849
Susan McKinnon 1854

Wife
Ella Graham McNeill 1853-1936

Children
Mary A. McKinnon 1873-1948
Flora M. McKinnon 1875-1965
Murdock H. McKinnon 1877-1912
Sallie McKinnon 1879-1951
William Hugh McKinnon 1887-1960
Ella W. McKinnon 1891

Burial
Alloway Cemetery
Watson Farm Road
Red Springs, NC

William Hugh McKinnon Grave

William Hugh McKinnon Grave

John Graham Brown

John Graham Brown
November 9, 1844 – May 26, 1918

Alternate Spelling: John G. Brown
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
December 1, 1862 – Enlisted at Lenoir County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company B
Rank: Private
November 4, 1863 – Transferred to
13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Company B
Present or Accounted for through February 1865

Parents
Neill Brown 1771-1850
Rebecca Graham 1813-1848

Siblings
Sallie Jane Brown 1842-1917
Flora Ann Brown 1843
Daniel Brown 1848-1848

Wife
Alice Shaw 1850-1940

Children
Katherine Rebecca Brown 1869-1952
Sallie Brown 1871-1921
Hector M. Brown 1873-1918
Susannah Brown 1877-1930
Margaret Brown 1879-1948
Alice Shaw Brown 1882-1948   (Death Certificate shows birth as 1885)
Allen McCormick Brown 1884-1913   (Tombstone shows birth as 1888)
Mary Brown 1886-1973

Burial
Alloway Cemetery
Watson Farm Road
Red Springs, NC

John Graham Brown Grave

John Graham Brown Grave

George R. Parker

George R. Parker
1834 – June 17, 1865

Alternate Spelling: J.R. Parker, George Parker
1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
July 15, 1862 – Enlisted at Brunswick County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company A
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company A
Rank: Private
January 15, 1865 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Elmira, NY
June 17 or 18, 1865 – Died at Elmira, NY of chronic diarrhea

Parents
Joseph Dowd Parker 1807-1890
Mary Margaret Robinson 1806-1855

Siblings
Ellen Sophia Parker 1829-1909
Zilphia Ann Parker 1830-1906
James Matthew Parker 1835-1904        30th NC Co A
Mary Catherine Parker 1838
Margaret Elizabeth Parker 1839
Martha J. Parker 1842-1880
Sarah E. Parker 1844
John W. Parker 1847-1854
Lucian Egbert Parker 1851-1927

Never Married

Burial
Woodlawn National Cemetery
Grave #2808
Elmira, NY

George R. Parker Grave

George R. Parker Grave

Samuel L. Fowler

Samuel L. Fowler
1832 – ?

Alternate Spelling: Samuel Fowler
1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
October 24, 1863 – 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
July 19, 1864 – Transferred to
36th North Carolina Regiment, Company E
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, Company E
January 15, 1865 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Point Lookout, MD
June 27, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
William Fowler 1795-1852
Rachel Parker 1804-1875

Siblings
Ann E. Fowler 1824-1874
William Giles Fowler 1825-1910
Elizabeth Jane Fowler 1827-1909
Mary Ann Fowler 1829-1903
James Fowler 1830
John S. Fowler 1834-1862
Martha Mariah Fowler 1838-1911
Daniel B. Fowler 1839-1862        2nd NC 2nd Co E
Haynes Lennon Fowler 1847-1888        2nd NC JR Res Co A

Wife
Mary J. Smith 1838

Children
Unknown

Burial
Unknown

Edmund Lafayette Sikes

Edmund Lafayette Sikes
May 21, 1835 – March 3, 1865

Alternate Spelling: Edmund Lafayette Sykes, Edmund Sykes, Edmund Sikes
1860 Residence: Bladen County, NC

Great Grandfather of Joel Sikes

Military Record
May 1, 1862 – Enlisted at New Hanover County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company C
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company C
Rank: Private
January 15, 1865 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Elmira, NY
March 3, 1865 – Died at Elmira, NY of diarrhea

Parents
John Sikes 1798
Emily ? 1797

Siblings
Richard Sikes 1832
Giles A. Sikes 1838        18th NC Co B

Wife
Helen Johnson 1838-1903

Children
John W. Sikes 1858-1916
Richard C. Sikes 1859
Joel Daniel Sikes 1861-1886
Alice Sikes 1863

Burial
Woodlawn National Cemetery
Grave #1991
Elmira, NY

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