James Dickson McLean

James Dickson McLean
1841 – June 17, 1888

Alternate Spelling:  James D. McLean
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
March 1, 1862 – Enlisted in Cumberland County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company B
Rank: Private
December 17, 1762 – Wounded at Goldsboro Bridge
February 1863 – Appointed Corporal
March-April 1863 – Promoted to Sergeant
November 4, 1863 – Transferred to the
13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Company B
January 8, 1864 – Elected 2nd Lieutenant
September 1864 – Promoted to 1st Lieutenant
Present or Accounted for through February 1865

Parents
Angus Duart McLean 1814-1869
Mary Jane McEachin 1822-1861

Siblings
Archibald Alexander McLean 1844-1906       36th NC 2nd Co B
Sallie M. McLean 1847-1919
John Allen McLean 1851-1932
Hector M. McLean 1854-1921
Peter McLean 1856-1880
Amelia Celia McLean 1859-1905

Wife
Hattie McIntyre Purcell 1849-1904

Children
Alexander Purcell McLean 1879-1914
Annie Eliza McLean 1881-1957
Harriet Newell McLean 1883-1959
Allan McLean 1886-1945
James Dickson McLean 1888-1953

Burial
Hillside Cemetery
Hillside Avenue
Laurinburg, NC

James Dickson McLean  Grave

James Dickson McLean Grave

Archibald Alexander McLean

Archibald Alexander McLean
April 10, 1844 – March 5, 1906

Alternate Spelling:  Archibald A. McLean
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
May 15, 1862 – Enlisted in New Hanover 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 the
13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Company B
May 1865 – Paroled at Greensboro, NC

Parents
Angus Duart McLean 1814-1869
Mary Jane McEachin 1822-1861

Siblings
James Dickson McLean 1841-1888       36th NC 2nd Co B
Sallie M. McLean 1847-1919
John Allen McLean 1851-1932
Hector M. McLean 1854-1921
Peter McLean 1856-1880
Amelia Celia McLean 1859-1905

Wife
Caroline Amanda Purcell 1845-1914

Children
Angus Wilton McLean  1870-1935
Harriet P. McLean 1872-1905
Mary Jane McLean  1875-1880
Sally McLean 1878-1941
Alexander Torrey McLean 1880-1974
Hector McLean 1883-1912
Mattie Williams McLean 1886-1969

Burial
Oak Grove Cemetery
411 Cemetery Road
Maxton, NC

Archibald Alexander McLean Grave

Archibald Alexander McLean Grave

Edmund McQueen Thompson

Edmund McQueen Thompson
December 19, 1841 – June 22, 1915

Alternate Spelling:  Edward McQueen Thompson
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
September 26, 1861 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company D
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company D
Rank: Private
Present or Accounted for through August 1864

Parentsp
Samuel Thompson 1797-1881
Nancy A. McLean 1805-1878

Siblings
John Trimigan Thompson 1832
William B. B. Thompson 1834-1862        40th NC Co E
Archibald Duncan Thompson 1835-1903        40th NC Co E
James Douglas Thompson 1838-1875        40th NC Co E
Henry Pinkney Thompson 1840-1909        31st NC Co K
Sarah Ann McLean Thompson 1847

Wife
Jeanette Virginia Ivey 1851-1940

Children
Sarah O. Thompson 1873
Laura Effie Thompson 1873-1954
Jack T. Thompson 1877-1950
Lou E. Thompson 1881
Nancy Ophelia Thompson 1883-1923
Arthur D. Thompson 1891-1946

Burial
Unknown

Jacob Evander Alford

Jacob Evander Alford
November 5, 1837 – May 23, 1916

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
February 8, 1864 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 3rd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 3rd Company B
Rank: Private
January 15, 1865 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Point Lookout, MD
June 4, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Sion Alford 1796-1873
Elizabeth Little 1802-1889

Siblings
Henry Alford 1835-1913
David Alford 1836-1880        1st Bat NC HA Co C
Margaret D. Alford 1840-1909
Ellen Alford 1841-1924
Elizabeth Frances Alford 1843-1911
Mary Virginia Alford 1846-1925
Anabella Alford 1847-1918
Victoria Alford 1849-1868

Wife
Flora Ann Buie 1841-1926

Children
Robert Tullock 1869-1950 (Adopted Son)

Burial
Ashpole Presbyterian Church Cemetery
192 Ashpole Church Road
Rowland, NC

Jacob Evander Alford Grave

Jacob Evander Alford Grave

John Rory Brown

John Rory Brown
December 2, 1845 – January 8, 1929

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

Military Record
April 4, 1862 – Enlisted at Fayetteville, Cumberland County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company C
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company C
Rank: Private
Prior to July 1864 – Appointed Corporal
January 15, 1865 – Wounded & Captured at Fort Fisher, NC

Parents
John Brown 1807 1862
Margaret McRainey 1810-1880

Siblings
Isabella Elizabeth Brown 1832-1916
Mary Elizabeth Brown 1834-1866
Catherine Brown 1836-1916
Margaret Brown 1838
Malcolm Brown 1840
Daniel Brown 1842
Hector Brown 1847-1900
Sarah Brown 1849-1923
Effie Brown 1852

Wife
Martha A. McMillan 1838-1889

Children
Leonard Brown 1869
Duncan McMillan Brown 1871-1940
Margaret J. Brown 1876
Gentry Brown 1884

Wife
Eliza Sholar 1868-1949

Children
John Lacy Brown 1895-1969
Mattie Priscilla Brown 1898-1970
Archie P. Brown 1900-1983
Myrtle Brown 1902-1980
Rory Stamps Brown 1906-1983

Burial
Parkton Cemetery
Robeson County
Parkton, NC

John Rory Brown Grave

John Rory Brown Grave

Andrew Jackson Currie

Andrew Jackson Currie
January 26, 1844 – June 3, 1930

Alternate Spelling: A. J. Currie
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
June 1, 1863 – Enlisted at Robeson County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 3rd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 3rd Company B
Rank: Private
January 15, 1865 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Point Lookout, MD
June 5, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Neill Anthony Currie 1818-1880
Catharine McPhail 1820-1860

Siblings
Phereby Elizabeth Currie 1842-1917
Robert Currie 1846-1925        1st Bat NC HA Co D
Susan Katherine Currie 1850-1920
John Calvin Currie 1858-1940
Jane Currie 1860

Wife
Flora Catherine Currie 1847-1934

Children
Alice Irene Currie 1871-1960
Ada Jane Currie 1873-1952
Allmond McCoy Currie 1875-1888
David Archibald Currie 1876-1900
Katie McPhail Currie 1878-1900
Hector Fleet Currie 1879-1960
Flora Jenette Currie 1882-1972
Annie Brown Currie 1884-1929
Lula Jackson Currie 1886-1923
Pearl Currie 1891-1968

Burial
Antioch Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Hoke County, NC

Andrew Jackson Currie Grave

Andrew Jackson Currie Grave

Neill C. McEachern

Neill C. McEachern
28 Aug 1822 – December 1864

Alternate Spelling:  Neill McEachern, Neil McEachern, Neill McEachin
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
November 13, 1863 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 3rd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 3rd Company B
Rank: Private
Present and or accounted for through August 1864

Parents
Hugh McEachern 1793-1844
Sarah Campbell 1790-1860

Siblings
Christian McEachern 1824-1900
Mary S. McEachern 1827-1910
Angus McEachern 1829-1864        1st Bat NC HA Co A
Daniel McEachern 1831-1862        1st Bat NC HA Co A
Wife
Ellen H. Powers

Children
Hugh A. McEachern 1857
Alexander Rufus McEachern 1860-1936

Burial
McEachern Cemetery
NC Highway 20 West, Robeson County
Saint Pauls, NC

Neill C. McEachern Grave

Neill C. McEachern Grave

 

Angus McEachern

Angus McEachern
March 10, 1830 – June 16, 1864

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
July 4, 1862 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
1st Battalion NC Heavy Artillery, Company A
Rank: Private
September 4-5, 1862 – Discharged at Wilmington, NC due to general constitutional debility
February 1, 1863 – Reenlisted at Wake County, NC
10th Battalion NC Heavy Artillery, Company A
May 1, 1863 – Transferred to
36th North Carolina Regiment, 3rd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 3rd Company B
June 16, 1864 – Died of disease

Parents
Hugh McEachern 1793-1844
Sarah Campbell 1790-1862

Siblings
Neill C. McEachern 1822-1864        36th NC 3rd Co B
Christian McEachern 1824-1900
Mary S. McEachern 1827-1910
Daniel McEachern 1831-1862        1st Bat NC HA Co A

Never Married

Burial
McEachern Cemetery
NC Highway 20 West
Saint Pauls, NC

Angus McEachern Grave

Angus McEachern Grave

 

 

John Robert Bradshaw

John Robert Bradshaw
November 26, 1842 – December 21, 1912

Alternate Spelling: John R. Bradshaw
1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
December 19, 1862 – Enlisted at Sampson County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company A
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company A
Rank: Private
December 1, 1863 – Transferred to
Sampson Artillery, Captain Abner A. Moseley’s Company
Rank: Private
April 28, 1865 – Appears on roll of men paroled at Greensboro, NC
with the remark “Deserted”

Parents
Sion Moses Bradshaw 1812-1862
Sarah J. Register 1812-1915

Siblings
Owen Kilby Bradshaw 1833        30th NC Co A
William Kinan Bradshaw 1835-1863        30th NC Co A
Mary Susan Bradshaw 1837-1900
Thomas David Bradshaw 1838-1912
Daniel J. Bradshaw 1839-1864        51st NC Co B
Sarah Ann Bradshaw 1847
Hannah E. Bradshaw 1850-1927
George Washington Bradshaw 1852-1934

Wife
Sarah Elizabeth Ann Jordan 1839-1884

Children
Lula Bradshaw 1871-1916
Sarah Elvira Bradshaw 1874
Robert Calvin Bradshaw 1875-1929
Mary Elizabeth Bradshaw 1877-1952
John Sion Bradshaw 1880-1961
George Lennon Bradshaw 1882-1947

Wife
Nancy J. ?  1870

Children
Irene Bradshaw 1897
Burial
Old Jordan Cemetery
Page Road
Clarkton, NC

John Robert Bradshaw Grave

John Robert Bradshaw Grave

William Ross Davis

William Ross Davis
1825 – 1918

Alternate Spelling: William R. Davis
1860 Residence: Bladen County, NC

Military Record
May 3, 1861 – Enlisted at Bladen County, NC
18th North Carolina Regiment, Company B
Rank:  Private
August 1, 1861 – Deserted
Prior to November 1, 1861 – Was returned to duty by the Sheriff
July 16, 1862 – Discharged for being over age
February 23, 1863 – Re-enlisted at Bladen County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 3rd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 3rd Company B
Rank:  Private
July 18, 1864 – Transferred to
36th North Carolina Regiment, Company E
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, Company E
Present or Accounted for through December 1864

Parents
Unknown

Siblings
Unknown

Wife
Alice Dowless 1818-1900

Children
George W. Davis 1847-1870
Thomas Elisha Davis 1849
Sarah Mariah Davis 1853-1921
William Montgomery Davis 1855-1931
Alice Evaline Davis 1858

Burial
Allen Cemetery
2 miles NW of Dublin on Bethel Church Rd
Dublin, NC