Malcolm James Wilson

Malcolm James Wilson
1823 -1905

Malcolm James Wilson

Malcolm James Wilson


Alternate Spelling:  Malcolm Wilson
1860 Residence:  Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
February 15, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank:  Private
July 26, 1862 – Discharged by reason of disability

Parents
Daniel L. Wilson  1793-1880
Rebecca James  1800-1874

Siblings
Christine Wilson  1818
Effie Wilson  1825
Charles Gillis Wilson  1826-1869
John W. Wilson  1827-1872
Catherine A. Wilson  1834

Wife
Catherine Ann Morrison Campbell  1836-1903

Children
Sally Ann Wilson  1856-1905
Emma Jane Wilson  1858
Flora Alice Wilson  1861-1913
James Archibald Wilson  1864-1935

Burial
Unknown

Private Isaac Eason Memorial

One of the visitors to our website graciously provided the Cumberland Plough Boys a donation in the memory of her 3rd Great Grandfather, Private Isaac Eason.   Private Eason served in the 38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K (“The Carolina Boys”).

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It is the privilege of the Camp to be able to honor all of those who fought and served the Confederacy from the area.  We have undertaken a huge task, The Confederate Soldiers Project, which involves preparing a web page on each soldier, providing information on their family, and burial location if known.  It is our goal to honor the soldier, and to make it easier for their descendants to find information on them.

We appreciate those who support us financially in our efforts.

 

Isaac Eason

Isaac Eason
1823 – November 9, 1897

Alternate Spelling: Isaac Easom
1860 Residence: Harnett County, NC

Military Record
January 27, 1862 – Enlisted at Harnett County, NC
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
May-June 1862 – Listed as a Deserter
November 11, 1862 – Returned to Duty
Present or Accounted for through October 1864

Parents
James Curtis Eason 1800
Charlotte Moore 1802

Siblings
Mary Eason 1832
Catherine Eason 1834
David Curtis Eason 1835-1904         19th NC Co D
John E. Eason 1837-1907        19th NC Co D

Wife
Lucretia Ryals 1825-1897

Children
Rebecca Eliza Eason 1845-1921
Mary Eason 1847-1932
Catherine Eason 1850-1915
Henry Eason 1858-1940
Spicy Annie Eason 1864-1929
James C. Eason 1866-1935
Louisa Eason 1869-1930

Burial
Unknown

Samuel Curtis

Samuel Curtis
1833 – February 23, 1865

1860 Residence: Caldwell County, NC

Military Record
October 19, 1863 – Enlisted at Caldwell County, NC
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
June 22, 1864 – Captured near Petersburg, VA
June 30, 1864 – Confined at Point Lookout, MD
July 23, 1864 – Transferred to Elmira, NY
February 23, 1865 – Died at Elmira, NY of chronic diarrhoea

Parents
John Curtis 1804-1881
Sarah Simmons 1798

Siblings
Edmund Curtis 1827-1881
Mary Curtis 1828-1912
William Curtis 1831
Thomas Curtis 1833-1903
Joshua C. Curtis 1838-1901
Susan Caroline Curtis 1844-1931

Wife
Mary Ann Lawrence 1834-1915

Children
James Monroe Curtis 1857-1916
Sarah E. Curtis 1861-1936
Martha Louise Curtis 1864-1907

Burial
Woodlawn National Cemetery
Grave #2246
Elmira, New York

Samuel Curtis Grave

Samuel Curtis Grave

Malcom R. Carver

Malcom R. Carver
1838 – Before 1900

Alternate Spelling:  Malcom Carver
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
June 12, 1861 – Enlisted
19th North Carolina Regiment, Company D
also known as 2nd North Carolina Cavalry, Company D
Rank: Private
September 1861 – Discharged for disability
January 27, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
October 16, 1862 – Discharge by reason of “organic disease of the heart”

Parents
Isham Carver 1810
Mary Ray 1804

Siblings
Clement C. Carver 1839-1906       5th NC Co A
Warren Carver 1840-1927       1st NC Inf Co F
Laura A. Carver 1841-1883
Mary Carver 1844

Wife
Susan Ann King 1847-1914

Children
Reubin King Carver 1873-1894
Sallie Carver 1881-1962

Burial
Unknown

Gilbert Carmichael

Gilbert Carmichael
1836 – August 1862

1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
November 9, 1861 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
August 1862 – Died in Cumberland County, NC of disease

Parents
John B. Carmichael 1799-1877
Nancy Fuller 1803-1889

Siblings
Neill Carmichael 1826-1894
Duncan Carmichael 1828-1862
Archibald Carmichael 1832-1905        2nd Bat NC Local Def Co E
Mary Jane Carmichael 1845-1920

Never Married

Burial
Monroe Family Cemetery
Buhmann Drive
Fayetteville, NC

Gilbert Carmichael Grave

Gilbert Carmichael Grave

Hector McL. Campbell

Hector McL. Campbell
1843 – November 13, 1862

Alternate Spelling: H. McL. Campbell, H. M. Campbell, Hector M. Campbell
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
February 15, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
September 12, 1862 – Captured at Frederick, MD
Confined at Fort Delaware, DE
October 2, 1862 – Transferred to Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA for Exchange
November 10, 1862 – Declared Exchanged
Hospitalized at Richmond, VA
November 13, 1862 – Died of “phthisis”

Parents
Alexander Campbell 1817-1859
Effie Ray 1817-1900

Siblings
Mary Campbell 1844-1929
Murdock Calvin Campbell 1847-1928
Margaret Campbell 1849-1864
Duncan R. Campbell 1852-1898
Alexander Campbell 1854

Never Married

Burial
Oakwood Cemetery
Section B, Row L, Grave 62
Richmond, VA

Daniel K. Campbell

Daniel K. Campbell
October 8, 1831 – January 2, 1902

1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
November 9, 1861 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: 1st Sergeant
April 29, 1862 – Demoted to Private
July 25, 1862 – Reported Absent Without Leave
February 8, 1863 – Returned to Duty
July 14, 1863 – Captured at Falling Waters, MD
Confined at Fort McHenry, MD
August 22, 1863 – Transferred to Point Lookout, MD
March 16, 1864 – Paroled & Transferred for Exchange
March 20, 1864 – Received for Exchange at City Point, VA
April 20, 1864 – Reported Absent Without Leave
July-August 1864 – Returned to Duty
Prior to October 31, 1864 – Promoted to Sergeant
April 2, 1865 – Captured near Petersburg, VA
April 7, 1865 – Confined at Hart’s Island, New York Harbor
June 18, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
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Isabella ? 1800

Siblings
Christian Campbell 1820-1883
Mary Campbell 1822-1862
John Campbell 1825
Frances Campbell 1830-1905

Never Married

Burial
Unknown

Joseph E. Jarrat Cain

Joseph E. Jarrat Cain
May 9, 1844 – February 5, 1905

Alternate Spelling: Joseph E. J. Cain
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
March 1, 1863 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
April 9, 1865 – Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, VA
May 15, 1865 – Took the Oath of Allegiance at Wilmington, NC

Parents
Samuel R. Cain 1815-1860
Nancy E. Jarrat 1818-1897

Siblings
Sidney E. Cain 1842-1913
Samuel Erastus Cain 1849-1931
Richard H. Cain 1850-1920
John A. Cain 1853-1903
Alexander McDuffie Cain 1855-1921

Wife
Christian McKeithan 1845-1880

No Children

Wife
Catherine E. Beard 1862-1906

Children
Rexford J. Cain 1886-1911
Ada I. Cain 1888
Leland Cain 1889
Mamie L. Cain 1891
Samuel Cain 1893
Daniel Roland Cain 1896-1956
Rodney Cain 1900-1902

Burial
Lebanon Baptist Church Cemetery
3329 Beard Road
Eastover, NC

Joseph E. Jarrat Cain Grave

Joseph E. Jarrat Cain Grave

Wiley Harris Brantley

Wiley Harris Brantley
August 22, 1846 – September 28, 1914

Alternate Spelling: Wiley H. Brantley, Wiley H. Brantly, Willie H. Brantly, Willie H. Brantley, Willie Harris Brantly
1860 Residence: Nash County, NC

Military Record
May 21, 1864 – Enlisted at Camp Holmes, near Raleigh, NC
1st North Carolina Junior Reserves, Company A
Rank: Private
September 3, 1864 – Transferred to
38th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank: Private
April 9, 1865 – Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, VA

Parents
Joshua Berredy Brantley 1818-1885
Martha Patsy Smith 1820-1882

Siblings
Malachi Allison Brantley 1837-1906
Micah Alvin Brantley 1839-1903        7th NC Co E
Bennett Dowd Brantley 1841-1864        7th NC Co E
Frances Brantley 1844-1928
Tabitha Brantley 1848
Martha Leah Brantley 1851-1921
Rutha Morgan Brantley 1853-1932
Alley Vannie Brantley 1854-1892
Joshua Felton Brantley 1855-1940
Smith Winston Brantley 1857-1937

Wife
Peninah H. Wiggs 1844
Children
James C. Brantley 1871-1929
John Blanton Brantley 1872-1905
Elizabeth I. Brantley 1876
Albert Stanton Brantley 1879-1905
Virgie Brantley 1886
Graham Vann Brantley 1892-1940
Weldon Graham Brantley 1918-1967

Burial
Mulberry Road
Franklin County, NC