John Douglas Malloy

John Douglas Malloy
July 5, 1840 – May 20, 1911

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
July 30, 1861 – Enlisted in Cumberland County, NC
24th North Carolina Regiment, Company F
Rank: Private
April 11, 1862 – Transferred to
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: 2nd Lieutenant
April 30, 1863 – Promoted to 1st Lieutenant
July 18, 1863 – Wounded slightly in the neck at Fort Wagner, Charleston, SC
September-October 1863 – Returned to Duty
May 16, 1864 – Captured at Drewry’s Bluff, VA
May 19, 1864 – Confined at Point Lookout, MD
June 18, 1864 – Promoted to Captain (while a Prisoner of War)
June 23, 1864 – Transferred to Fort Delaware, DE
August 20, 1864 – Transferred to Hilton Head, SC
October 20, 1864 – Confined at Fort Pulaski, GA
Prior to January 1, 1865 – Transferred back to Hilton Head, SC
March 12, 1865 – Transferred to Fort Delaware, DE
June 16, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Note: Confederate Prisoner from the Immortal Six Hundred

Parents
Duncan B. Malloy 1791-1870
Isabella McNeill 1798-1873

Siblings
Barbara Elizabeth Malloy 1824-1898
Daniel Archibald Malloy 1826-1888
William Wallis Malloy 1828-1845
Duncan Calvin Malloy 1831-1891
James Hugh Malloy 1837-1862        24th NC Co F

Wife
Jeanette Euphenia McGougan 1846-1922

Children
Duncan McGougan Malloy 1869-1956
James Hogue Malloy 1872- 1936
Annie Belle Malloy 1873-1946
Mary Elizabeth Malloy 1875-1960
Flora Catherine Malloy 1877-1958
Margaret Jeanette Malloy 1880-1970
Treva Rebecca Malloy 1882-1944
Alice Douglas Malloy 1884-1973

Burial
Lumber Bridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery
NC Highway 71, Robeson County
Lumber Bridge, NC

John Douglas Malloy

John Douglas Malloy

Henry Harrison Bolton

Henry Harrison Bolton
August 9, 1841 – June 6, 1921

Alternate Spelling: Henry H. Bolton
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
April 21, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank:  Private
Prior to July 1, 1863 – Promoted to Corporal
July 25, 1863 – Hospitalized at Wilmington, NC with rheumatism
October 1, 1863 – Promoted to Sergeant
November-December 1863 – Returned to Duty
June 1, 1864 – Wounded slightly at Cold Harbor, VA
August 19, 1864 – Captured at or near Globe Tavern, VA
August 22, 1864 – Confined at Point Lookout, MD
March 14, 1865 – Paroled at Point Lookout, MD
March 16, 1865 – Received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA for exchange

Parents
Peter Lee Bolton, Jr. 1814-1883
Mary Mason 1811

Siblings
Foster M. Bolton 1837-1865        54th NC Co C
William James Bolton 1839-1862        38th NC Co K
Peter Lee Bolton 1842-1910       51st NC Co I
Mary M. Bolton 1844
John R. Bolton 1846-1865        51st NC Co I
Neill Graham Bolton 1847-1918
Alexander Bolton 1849-1924
Amanda Bolton 1853
Daniel A. Bolton 1855-1926

Wife
Sarah Elizabeth Breece 1851-1908

Children
Arthur M. Bolton 1870-1898
Roe Ella Bolton 1871-1905
Roswell Phillip Bolton 1872-1932
Mary Eliza Bolton 1874-1904
John W. Bolton 1875-1912
Alice Lilly Bolton 1876-1954
Henry Leslie Bolton 1880-1909
Essie B. Bolton 1882-1882
Edna Bolton 1884-1884
Sadie Elizabeth Bolton 1887-1915
Ruth Elbert Bolton 1890-1892
Lacy D. Bolton 1890-1910
Harrison Hall Bolton 1894-1912
Jennings Carr Bolton 1895-1971

Burial
H. H. Bolton Family Cemetery
Middle Road
Eastover, NC

Peter Lee Bolton

Peter Lee Bolton
March 20, 1842 – February 4, 1910

Alternate Spelling: Peter L. Bolton
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
September 21, 1863 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank:  Private
May-October 1864 – Reported sick in Hospital at Fayetteville, NC
November-December 1864 – Returned to Duty
March 12, 1865 – Captured near Fayetteville, NC
March 30, 1865 – Confined at Point Lookout, MD
June 24, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Peter Lee Bolton, Jr. 1814-1883
Mary Mason 1811

Siblings
Foster M. Bolton 1837-1865        54th NC Co C
William James Bolton 1839-1862        38th NC Co K
Henry Harrison Bolton 1841-1921        51st NC Co I
Mary M. Bolton 1844
John R. Bolton 1846-1865        51st NC Co I
Neill Graham Bolton 1847-1918
Alexander Bolton 1849-1924
Amanda Bolton 1853
Daniel A. Bolton 1855-1926

Wife
Mary Eliza Coleman 1858-1891

Children
Sutton L. Bolton 1880-1906
Josie May Bolton 1881-1928
Mary M. Bolton 1884
Della C. Bolton 1887
Essie Ellen Bolton 1888-1975

Burial
Lebanon Baptist Church Cemetery
3329 Beard Road
Eastover, NC

Peter Lee Bolton Grave

Peter Lee Bolton Grave

John R. Bolton

John R. Bolton
1846 – May 1, 1865

1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
December 21, 1863 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank:  Private
September-October 1864 – Reported sick in Hospital at Richmond, VA
December 20, 1864 – Returned to Duty
December 25, 1864 – Reported absent sick
March 12, 1865 – Captured near Fayetteville, NC
March 30, 1865 – Confined at Point Lookout, MD
May 1, 1865 – Died at Point Lookout, MD of “catarrh”

Parents
Peter Lee Bolton, Jr. 1814-1883
Mary Mason 1811

Siblings
Foster M. Bolton 1837-1865        54th NC Co C
William James Bolton 1839-1862        38th NC Co K
Henry Harrison Bolton 1841-1921        51st NC Co I
Peter Lee Bolton 1842-1910        51st NC Co I
Mary M. Bolton 1844
Neill Graham Bolton 1847-1918
Alexander Bolton 1849-1924
Amanda Bolton 1853
Daniel A. Bolton 1855-1926

Never Married

Burial
Mass Grave
Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery
Point Lookout, MD

Thomas Monroe

Thomas Monroe
April 4, 1825 – December 18, 1900

Alternate Spelling: Thomas Munroe
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
March 5, 1863 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank:  Private
Present or Accounted for through December 1863, but reported absent sick for most of that period
January-February 1864 – Returned to Duty
Reported absent sick in September-December 1864

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
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
Duncan James Monroe 1834-1894        38th NC Co K

Wife
Isabella McPhail 1831-1909

No Children

Burial
Longstreet Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Fort Bragg, NC

Thomas Monroe Grave

Thomas Monroe Grave

Francis S. Currie

Francis S. Currie
1834 – 1880

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
59th Regiment North Carolina Militia
Rank: Captain
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
February 7, 1862 – Reported Absent Without Leave
April 5, 1862 – Enlisted in the
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: Private
July 18, 1864 – Appointed 2nd Lieutenant
September 30, 1864 – Wounded in the left shoulder at Fort Harrison, VA
November-December 1864 – Returned to Duty
Present or Accounted for through December 1864

Parents
Alexander H. Currie 1808-1890
Sallie Gilchrist 1811-1905

Siblings
Gilbert G. Currie 1836-1881        51st NC Co D
Randal Madison Currie 1838-1864        51st NC Co D
Daniel Johnson Currie 1840-1872        51st NC Co D
Hamilton Luther Currie 1842-1855
Joseph John Currie 1845-1880
Ann Eliza Currie 1847-1880
Virginia Caroline Currie 1850-1877
Timothy Currie 1852-1933

Wife
Margaret Graham 1842-1920

Children
Lawrence Malcom Currie 1867-1937
Aleander Graham Currie 1868-1928
Flora Graham Currie 1870-1934
Ruth C. Currie 1873-1950

Burial
Unknown

Randal Madison Currie

Randal Madison Currie
June 7, 1838 – September 30, 1864

Alternate Spelling: Randal M. Currie
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
February 7, 1862 – Reported Absent Without Leave
March 22, 1862 – Enlisted in
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: Private
December 17, 1862 – Wounded at Goldsboro, NC
July-August 1863 – Returned to Duty
September 21, 1864 – Promoted to Corporal
September 30, 1864 – Killed at Fort Harrison, VA

Parents
Alexander H. Currie 1808-1890
Sallie Gilchrist 1811-1905

Siblings
Francis S. Currie 1834-1880        51st NC Co D
Gilbert G. Currie 1836-1881        51st NC Co D
Daniel Johnson Currie 1840-1872        51st NC Co D
Hamilton Luther Currie 1842-1855
Joseph John Currie 1845-1880
Ann Eliza Currie 1847-1880
Virginia Caroline Currie 1850-1877
Timothy Currie 1852-1933

Never Married

Burial
Unknown

Gilbert G. Currie

Gilbert G. Currie
August 13, 1836 – September 30, 1881

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
April 26, 1862 – Enlisted at Robeson County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: Private
Served for a time as Company Cook
Present or Accounted for through December, 1864

Parents
Alexander H. Currie 1808-1890
Sallie Gilchrist 1811-1905

Siblings
Francis S. Currie 1834-1880        51st NC Co D
Randal Madison Currie 1838-1864        51st NC Co D
Daniel Johnson Currie 1840-1872        51st NC Co D
Hamilton Luther Currie 1842-1855
Joseph John Currie 1845-1880
Ann Eliza Currie 1847-1880
Virginia Caroline Currie 1850-1877
Timothy Currie 1852-1933

Wife
Flora Amanda McInnis 1848-1920

Children
Trissie Robeson Currie 1870-1959
Angus Zebulan Currie 1874-1940
Francis Lee Currie 1876-1924

Burial
Unknown

Daniel Johnson Currie

Daniel Johnson Currie
November 1, 1840 – October 12, 1872

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

Military Record
March 27, 1862 – Enlisted at Robeson County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: Private
May 16, 1864 – Wounded in the left ankle at Drewry’s Bluff, VA
Hospitalized at Richmond, VA
Leg amputated
July 30, 1864 – Furloughed for sixty days
November-December 1864 – Retired from service

Parents
Alexander H. Currie 1808-1890
Sallie Gilchrist 1811-1905

Siblings
Francis S. Currie 1834-1880        51st NC Co D
Gilbert G. Currie 1836-1881        51st NC Co D
Randal Madison Currie 1838-1864        51st NC Co D
Hamilton Luther Currie 1842-1855
Joseph John Currie 1845-1880
Ann Eliza Currie 1847-1880
Virginia Caroline Currie 1850-1877
Timothy Currie 1852-1933

Wife
Annie Elizabeth Willis 1841-1879

Children
Nettie Currie 1866
Sallie Currie 1868-1898

Burial
Antioch Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Hoke County, NC

Daniel Johnson Currie Grave

Daniel Johnson Currie Grave

John Archie Conoly

John Archie Conoly
1830 – 1905

Alternate Spelling: John A. Conley, John Archie Connoley, John A. Connoley
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
April 26, 1862 – Enlisted at Robeson County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: Private
July-October 1862 – Reported absent sick
November-December 1862 – Returned to Duty
October 21, 1863 – Reported sick on furlough
March-April 1864 – Returned to Duty
Present or Accounted for through December 1864

Parents
Peter Conoley 1785-1871
Effie McDonald 1806-1892

Siblings
Mary Ann Conoly 1827
Christian McKay Conoly 1830-1905
Malcom James Conoly 1835
Daniel A. Conoly 1835-1861        24th NC Co G
William C. Conoly 1838-1861        24th NC Co G
Simeon Conoly 1841-1891
Abigail Caroline Conoly 1844-1909
Margaret Elizabeth Conoly 1848-1911

Wife
Flora Ann Livingston 1842-1874

Children
John Hector Conoly 1857-1933
Daniel A. Conoly 1864-1930
William James Conoly 1868-1936

Burial
Antioch Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Hoke County, NC

John Archie Conoly Grave

John Archie Conoly Grave