Aldridge A. Barnes

Aldridge A. Barnes
1820 – October 4, 1864

Alternate Spelling: Aldred A. Barnes
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
February 28, 1862 – Enlisted at Robeson County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company E
Rank: Private
July 18, 1863 – Wounded at Fort Wagner, Charleston, SC
Prior to September 1, 1863 – Returned to Duty
June 1, 1864 – Captured at Cold Harbor, VA
June 11, 1864 – Confined at Point Lookout, MD
June 12, 1864 – Transferred to Elmira, NY
October 4, 1864 – Died at Elmira, NY of pneumonia

Parents
Unknown

Siblings
Unknown

Wife
Charity Lamb 1820

Children
Cloe Barnes 1845
John Barnes 1848
Washington Barnes 1851
Eveline Barnes 1852-1937
Crissy Barnes 1853
Randle Barnes 1858-1917
Comfort Barnes 1859

Burial
Woodlawn National Cemetery
Grave #640
Elmira, New York

Aldridge A. Barnes Grave

Aldridge A. Barnes Grave

Giles W. Thompson

Giles W. Thompson
1842 – July 18, 1863

Alternate Spelling: Giles Thompson
1860 Residence: Lumberton, Robeson County, NC

Military Record
April 24, 1861 – Enlisted at Robeson County, NC
12th North Carolina Regiment, 1st Company D
Rank:  Private
December 16, 1861 – Company was disbanded
February 28, 1862 – Appointed 2nd Lieutenant of the
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company E
December 11, 1862 – Promoted to 1st Lieutenant
July 18, 1863 – Killed at Fort Wagner, Charleston, SC

Parents
Jacob Alford Thompson 1800-1883
Sarah Williams 1804-1871

Siblings
Lemons Williams Thompson  1824-1898
Neill Alford Thompson  1827-1907
Susan C. Thompson  1828-1860
Penelope Jane Thompson  1829-1909
Julia Bostic Thompson  1834-1891
Mary Ann Thompson  1838
Sarah Thompson  1839-1917
Rose B. Thompson  1845
Elizabeth Thompson  1848

Never Married

Malcom W. Wilkerson

Malcom W. Wilkerson
October 10, 1839 – May 13, 1902

Alternate Spelling: Malcom W. Wilkinson, Malcom Wilkinson, Malcolm Wilkerson, Malcolm W. Wilkerson, Malcolm W. Wilkinson,
Malcolm Wilkinson

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
February 28, 1862 – Enlisted at Robeson County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company E
Rank:  Private
July 18, 1863 – Wounded in the left leg at Fort Wagner, Charleston, SC
Left leg was amputated
Reported absent wounded until October 1864
October 1864 – Retired from service

Parents
Alexander Wilkerson 1800
Helen ? 1810

Siblings
John D. Wilkerson 1831-1901
Mary Wilkerson 1834
Elizabeth Wilkerson 1836
James B. Wilkerson 1840-1904
Margaret Wilkerson 1846
Alexander Wilkerson, Jr. 1848-1907

Wife
Crissie Jane Prevatte 1832-1869

Children
Harriet Wilkerson 1858
William James Wilkerson 1865-1951
John C. Wilkerson 1866-1929
Crissie Jane Wilkerson 1869-1870

Wife
Martha Ann Turner 1846-1935

Children
Neill Wilkerson 1873
Ann P. Wilkerson 1876
Sarah J. Wilkerson 1877
Edgar Wilkerson 1877-1955
Archie Wilkerson 1878-1950
Ella Wilkerson 1880
Roxie Lee Wilkerson 1882-1969
Annie Wilkerson 1884
Amanda Wilkerson 1885-1953
Bessie Wilkerson 1888-1960

Burial
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery
Dillon, South Carolina

Malcom W. Wilkerson Grave

Malcom W. Wilkerson Grave

William Osburn Lee

William Osburn Lee
March 24, 1834 – September 28, 1902

Alternate Spelling:  William O. Lee
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
May 29, 1862 – Enlisted at Camp Holmes, near Wilmington, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company E
Rank:  Private
June 1862 – Reported absent sick
September-October 1862 – Reported Absent Sick
November-December 1862 – Returned to Duty
January-August 1862 – Reported Absent Sick
August 21, 1863 – Reported Absent Without Leave
January 25, 1864 – Returned to Duty
June 1, 1864 – Captured at Cold Harbor, VA
June 11, 1864 – Confined at Point Lookout, MD
July 12, 1864 – Transferred to Elmira, NY
February 20, 1865 – Paroled and transferred to James River, VA for exchange
February 28, 1865 – Hospitalized at Richmond, VA
March 6, 1865 – Furloughed for thirty days

Parents
Jesse Lee  1805-1888
Nancy ?  1805

Siblings
Franklin Lee  1836
James L. Lee  1840-1915       51st NC Co E
Mary Lee  1843
David Lee  1846-1864       51st NC Co E

Wife
Leah Hussey  1838-1915

Children
Elisha Lee  1857
Louisa Frances Lee  1860
Robert Edward Lee  1874-1939
William Arreu Lee  1877-1945
David Albert Lee  1880-1955

Burial
Meadowbrook Cemetery
Lumberton, NC

William Osburn Lee Grave

William Osburn Lee Grave

Jordan Prevatt

Jordan Prevatt
1836-July 18, 1920

Alternate Spelling:  Jordan Prevatte
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
February 28, 1862-Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company E
Rank: Private
November-December 1862 – Reported absent without leave
January-February 1863 – Reported sick
March-April 1863 – Returned to Duty
May-August 1863 – Reported sick
December 20, 1863 – Returned to Duty
September 30, 1864 – Captured at Fort Harrison, VA
October 5, 1864 – Confined to Point Lookout, MD
June 3, 1865 – Released after taking Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Wright Prevatt 1800-1889 (Robeson County, NC)
Anna Lamb 1810-1877 (Robeson County, NC)

Siblings
Archibald Prevatt 1827-1895
Michael L. Prevatt 1831-1864        51st NC Co E
Crissie Jane Prevatt 1832-1869
Alice Prevatt 1833-1900
Peter Pinkney Prevatt 1836-1866        51st NC Co E
Andrew Jackson Prevatt 1838-1865        51st NC Co E
James P. Prevatt 1840-1912        51st NC Co E
William W. Prevatt 1841-1908        51st NC Co E
Richard Rhodes Prevatt 1844-1924
Willis P. Prevatt 1842-1863        51st NC Co E
Zacharias R. Prevatt 1845-1926     3rd NC JR Res Co I

Wife
Angeline Barnes 1830-1893 (Robeson County, NC)

Children
Alice Minerva Prevatt 1858
Florence Amelia Prevatt 1860
Elizabeth Annette Prevatt  1862-1937
Iredell Jordan Prevatt 1865-1945
J. D. Brady Prevatt  1868
Ottie Wood Prevatt  1872-1936

Burial
Prevatt Cemetery
Old Whiteville Road
Lumberton, NC

Jordan Prevatt Grave

Jordan Prevatt Grave

Meredith Bullock

Meredith Bullock
June 7, 1825-April 27, 1904

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

 
Military Record
September 12, 1863 – Enlisted in New Hanover County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company E
Rank: Private
May 13, 1864-Wounded at Drewry’s Bluff, VA
September 1, 1864-Returned to duty
Present of accounted for through December 1864

Parents
Lemuel Bullock 1789-1850 (Robeson County, NC)
Millie Arnette 1796-1850 (Robeson County, NC)

Siblings
John W Bullock 1807-1906
Charles Stephen Bullock 1809-
Elias Arnette Bullock 1813-1880
Telitha Bullock 1815
Mary Bullock 1815-1850
Helen Bullock 1821-1887
Alice Arnette Bullock 1822-1860
Hinnant Bullock 1823
Rachel Bullock 1823-
John Walter Bullock 1828-1906
Charles Bullock 1830

Wife
Maranza Ann Hedgpeth 1832-1907 (Robeson County, NC)

Children
Frances L. Bullock 1850-1892
Florence Bullock 1852
English Troy Bullock 1855-1894
Edna Elizabeth Bullock 1856-1932
Harriet Newell Bullock 1860-1936
Maranza Elvina Bullock 1863-1952
Mary Brown Bullock 1865-1934
Joel Dawson Bullock 1868-1930
Swanie Strandia Bullock 1871-1937
Belle Victoria Bullock 1873-1915
Henry Arthur Bullock 1877-1934

Burial
Meredith Bullock Cemetery
RR # 2446
Fairmont, NC

Meredith Bullock Grave

Meredith Bullock Grave

James Pinckney Pitman

James Pinckney Pitman
June 7, 1835-July 24, 1896

Alternate Spelling: James P. Pitman, James P. Pittman, James Pinckney Pittman, James Pinkney Pittman, James Pinkney Pitman
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
April 24, 1861-Enlisted in Roberson County, NC
12th North Carolina Regiment, 1st Company, D
Rank: Corporal
December 16, 1861-Company disbanded
May 5, 1862-Enlisted at Camp Holmes, Wilmington, NC.
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company E
Rank: Private
January 7, 1863-Appointed 3rd Lieutenant
May 13, 1863-Hospitalized at Wilmington, NC with typhoid fever
June 16, 1863-Furloughed for thirty days
September 1, 1863-Returned to duty
May 18, 1864-Promoted to 1st Lieutenant
September 30, 1864-Captured at Fort Harrison, VA
Confined at Old Capitol Prison at Washington, DC
October 21, 1864-Transferred to Fort Delaware, DE
June 17, 1865-Released after taking the Oath Of Allegiance

Parents
Elias Pittman 1784-1859 (Robeson County, NC)
Annie Gerald 1796-1863 (Robeson County, NC)

Siblings
Alexander Pittman 1818
Catherine Pittman 1820-1888
Henry Flowers Pittman 1823-1888
Bethel Pittman 1825-1853
Isham Pittman 1828-1864         12th NC 1st Co D
Eliza Pittman 1830-1896
Sarah Jane Pittman 1833-1897
William Ellery Pittman 1843-1853

Wife
Ann Catherine Atkinson 1844-1920 (Robeson County, NC)

Children
Mary Catherine Pittman 1868-1946
Isabelle Florence Pittman 1869
Isham Boid Pittman 1872
Walter Brooks Pittman 1872
Eula A. Pittman 1874-1957
Henry Charles Pittman 1876-1918
Claudia Cornelia Pittman 1878-1958
Irma Frances Pittman 1880-1964
Rosie L. Pittman 1885
Maggie A. Pittman 1887

Burial
(Old) Fairmont Memorial Cemetery
South Main Street
Fairmont, NC

James Pinckney Pitman Grave

James Pinckney Pitman Grave

Isham Rowland Butler

Isham Rowland Butler
May 3, 1833 – June 4, 1905

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
May 12, 1862-Enlisted at Camp Holmes, Wilmington, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company E
Rank: Private
November-December 1862 – Reported absent without leave
January-February 1863-Returned to duty
May 16, 1864-Wounded at Drewry’s Bluff, VA
November-December 1864-Reported absent wounded

Parents
John Butler 1800- (Virginia)
Asenath Rowland (Robeson County, NC)

Siblings
Nancy A. Butler 1836
Charity Butler 1838
Sarah Butler 1840
Martha Butler 1842
Mary Butler 1842
Ann Eliza Butler 1843-1927
John Butler 1849

Wife
Sallie Phillips 1831-1893 (South Carolina)

Children
Jane Butler 1857-1940
David Butler 1858-1883
Lola Butler 1859-1941
Mollie Butler 1861-
Sarah Elizabeth Butler 1862-1917
Nancy Butler 1866-1932
Charity Butler 1870-1953

Burial
Butler Cemetery
Gaddysville Road (RR # 2481)
Gaddysville, NC

Isham Rowland Butler Grave

Isham Rowland Butler Grave

Hugh Griffin Mitchell

Hugh Griffin Mitchell
September 1, 1831-December 10, 1908

Alternate Spelling:  Hugh Griffin Mitchell, Sr. , Hugh G. Mitchell
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
May 15, 1862-Enlisted at Camp Holmes, Wilmington, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company E
Rank: Private
September-October 1862-Reported sick
November-December 1862-Reported absent without leave
January-February 1863-Returned to duty
August 3, 1863-Transferred to 2nd Regiment Corps Engineer, Company A. This company is now being formed in the District of the Cape Fear, under the directions of Capt. James, Chief Engineer

Parents
Nazareth Mitchell 1758-1846 (Northampton County, NC)
Elizabeth Griffin 1781-1820 (Robeson County, NC)

Siblings
Elias Mitchell 1827-1900

Wife
Julia Bostic Thompson 1834-1891 (Robeson County, NC)

Children
Quince Bostic Mitchell 1852-1896
Arrabella Mitchell 1854-1916
Augustus Mitchell 1856-1936
John Henry Mitchell 1857-1936
Rosella Mitchell 1859-1974
Nazareth R. Mitchell 1861-1945
Walter Lee Mitchell 1863-1932
Sarah Elizabeth 1866-1931
Julius Thompson Mitchell 1869-
Helen Griffin Mitchell 1872-1911
Hugh Griffin Mitchell Jr. 1873-1931
Julia Mitchell 1877

Burial
Mitchell Family Cemetery
2335 Fairgrove Road
Fairmont, NC

Hugh Griffin Mitchell Grave

Hugh Griffin Mitchell Grave

Robert H. Martin

Robert H. Martin
1835-August 25, 1864

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
May 5, 1862-Enlisted at Camp Holmes near Wilmington, NC
51st North Regiment, Company E
Rank: Private
June 1, 1864-Captured at Cold Harbor, VA
June 11, 1864-Confined to Point Lookout, MD
July 12, 1864-Transferred to Elmira, NY
August 25, 1864-Died at Elmira of “chronic diarrhea”

Parents
Norman Martin 1806-1891 (Robeson County, NC)
Mary Dean 1805-1864 (Robeson County, NC)

Siblings
Effie Martin 1829
Thomas Martin 1830-1908    1st Battalion NC Heavy Artillery, Co A
William A. Martin 1832       1st Battalion NC Heavy Artillery, Co A
Elizabeth Martin 1836
Mary Ann Martin 1838
Martha J. Martin 1842-1909
John D. Martin 1847-1929
Norman Mac Martin 1850

Wife
Martha Butler 1834

No Children

Burial
Woodlawn National Cemetery
Elmira, NY

Robert H. Martin Grave

Robert H. Martin Grave

Memorial Stone:
Lumberton City Cemetery
5th Street
Lumberton, NC

Robert H. Martin Memorial

Robert H. Martin Memorial