Hector Strickland

Hector Strickland
July 12, 1830 – October 8, 1921

1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
June 1, 1861 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
24th North Carolina Regiment, Company F
Rank:  Private
May 8, 1862 – Promoted to Sergeant
December 13, 1862 – Wounded in the arm and/or left shoulder at Fredericksburg, VA
Prior to May 1, 1863 – Returned to Duty
September 1, 1863 – Promoted to 1st Sergeant
June 12, 1864 – Appointed 3rd Lieutenant
April 1, 1865 – Captured near Hatcher’s Run, VA
Confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington D. C.
April 9, 1865 – Transferred to Johnson’s Island, Ohio
June 20, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Richardson Strickland 1810-1886
Jennett McLerran 1798-1885

Siblings
Mary Strickland 1832-1834
Isabella Elizabeth Strickland 1833
Ferby Jane Strickland 1836-1879
Richard Strickland 1838-1885        24th NC Co F
Patience W. Strickland 1845

Wife
Elva Ann Gainey 1833-1901

Children
Edgar Lawrence Strickland 1852-1897
Malissa A. Strickland 1853-1888
Richard Bunyan Strickland 1856-1933
Jeanette C. Strickland 1858-1943
Wellington Strickland 1858
Lenora Virginia Strickland 1860-1946

Burial
Bethany United Methodist Church Cemetery
Stedman, NC

Hector Strickland Grave

Hector Strickland Grave

Phillip H. Biggs

Phillip H. Biggs
May 24, 1836 – February 27, 1893

Alternate Spelling:  Phillip Biggs, Philip Biggs, Philip H. Biggs
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
January 17, 1865 – Enlisted at Fayetteville, NC
3rd North Carolina Detailed Men, Company A
Rank: Private

Parents
Neill Biggs 1797
Mary ?  1800

Siblings
Angeline Biggs 1829-1904
Helen Biggs 1830
Neill G. Biggs 1840-1909        19th NC Co D

Wife
Mary ? 1832-1898

Children
None

Burial
Big Rockfish Cemetery
Hope Mills, NC

Phillip H. Biggs Grave

Phillip H. Biggs Grave

Richard Buchanan Watson

Richard Buchanan Watson
March 31, 1826 – August 15, 1902

1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
August 20, 1861 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
8th North Carolina Regiment, Company E
Rank: Private
February 8, 1862 – Captured at Roanoke Island, but escaped
Temporarily assigned to the
54th North Carolina Regiment, Company C
March-April, 1862 – Detailed to the Fayetteville Arsenal
November-December, 1864 – Transferred to
2nd Battalion North Carolina Local Defense Troops, Company G

Parents
unknown

Siblings
unknown

Wife
Mary Ann Smith 1828-1868

Children
Alonzo A. Watson 1850
Adolphus Watson 1852
Mary E. Watson 1854
Lenora Watson 1856
Della Watson 1859
Ory Ann Watson 1861
Fanny Watson 1864
Charles M. Watson 1866
Jonnice Ellen Watson 1868-1904

Burial
Cross Creek Cemetery #1
Fayetteville, NC

 

John W. Plummer

John W. Plummer
1837 – August 16, 1865

1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
January 1, 1863 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
2nd Battalion North Carolina Local Defense Troops, Company A
Rank: Laborer
Present or Accounted for through December, 1864

Parents
Zach Plummer 1810-1870
Rebecca J. 1813

Siblings
Joseph C. Plummer 1838
Nathaniel Plummer 1845      2nd Bat NC Local Defense, Co A
Henry W. Plummer 1848        3rd NC JR Res, Co. H
Zachariah Plummer 1850
Rebecca A. Plummer 1856

Wife
Nancy J. Davis 1839

Children
Harriet Plummer 1858-1910

Burial
Cross Creek Cemetery #1
Fayetteville, NC

John W. Plummer Grave

John W. Plummer Grave

James Wemyss

James Wemyss
April 14, 1844 – September 6, 1861

1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
April 17, 1861 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
1st North Carolina Infantry, Company H
Rank: 1st Sergeant
September 6, 1861 – Died at Yorktown, VA  (according to tombstone)
Confederate Records list him mustering out in November 1861, but this is an obvious error.

Parents
David Wemyss 1800-1872
Helen Proudfoot 1804-1864

Siblings
William Proudfoot Wemyss 1834-1909        1st NC Co H
John Wemyss 1835-1883        1st NC Co F
Catherine Wemyss 1837-1864
Margaret McGillowace Wemyss 1838-1863
Mary Agnes Hosten Wemyss 1842-1926
Robert Wemyss 1847        2nd Bat NC Local Def, Co D

Never Married

Burial
Cross Creek Cemetery #1
Fayetteville, NC

James Weymss Grave

James Weymss Grave

Jarvis Buxton Lutterloh

Jarvis Buxton Lutterloh
December 8, 1841 – April 29, 1863

1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
April 17, 1861 – Enlisted in Cumberland County, NC
1st North Carolina Infantry, Company H
Rank: Private
November 12-13, 1861 – Mustered out
April 1, 1862 – Appointed 1st Lieutenant of
56th North Carolina Regiment, Company E
July-August, 1862 – Reported on Duty as Acting Quartermaster
April 28, 1863 – Wounded “by a minie ball through the lungs” at Battle of First Gum Swamp
April 29, 1863 – Died at Kinston of wounds

Parents
Thomas Snipes Lutterloh 1816 – 1900
Mary Frances Buxton 1821 – 1902

Siblings
Ellen Lutterloh 1843 – 1849
Harriet Ann Lutterloh 1845 – 1848
Thomas Charles Lutterloh 1847 – 1868        3rd NC JR Res, Co H
Ralph Buxton Lutterloh 1849 – 1910
Fanny Lutterloh 1851 – 1902
Edward Buxton Lutterloh 1853- 1872
Elizabeth Lutterloh 1855 – 1893
Anna Buxton Lutterloh 1857 – 1859
Herbert Lutterloh 1859 – 1913

Never Married

Burial
Cross Creek Cemetery #1
Fayetteville, NC

Jarvis Buxton Lutterloh Grave

Jarvis Buxton Lutterloh Grave

William Henderson Graham

 William Henderson Graham
1848-January 29, 1920

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

William Henderson Graham

William Henderson Graham

Military Record
February 28, 1863-Enlisted in Cumberland County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company B
Rank: Private
Transferred to
13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Company B
Present or accounted for through February 1, 1865

Parents
Robert Graham 1823-1870 (Cumberland County, NC)
Pantha Deal 1830-1880 (Cumberland County, NC)

Siblings
Caroline Rebecca Graham 1853-1922
Mary Graham 1855
Isabella Graham 1858

Wife
Mary Arabella McKay 1856-1926 (Cumberland County, NC)

Children
Sarah C. Graham 1880
Jane Graham 1883
Nelle Graham 1885
Ralph Graham 1888
Willie Graham 1889-1965
Even Graham 1890
Daniel Edward Graham 1893-1952
Flora Nora Graham 1895-1984

Burial
Marvin UMC Cemetery
6740 NC Highway 87 South
Fayetteville, NC

William Henderson Graham Grave

William Henderson Graham Grave

George W. Boushee

George W. Boushee
1827 – February 14, 1865

Alternate Spelling: George W. Booshee, George W. Bushee, George W. Bausher, George W. Baushee
1860 Residence: Columbus County, NC

Military Record
February 19, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
43rd North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank:  Private
January – February, 1864 – Reported Absent Without Leave
June 5, 1864 – Captured at Piedmont, VA
June 21, 1864 – Confined at Camp Morton, Indianapolis, IN
February 14, 1865 – Died at Camp Morton of “inflammation of the lungs”

Parents
Samuel Bushee 1801
Elizabeth Carter 1806

Siblings
Consider Boushee 1832-1912     43rd NC Co D

Wife
Nancy ? 1830

Children
Mary E. Bushee 1854

Burial
Crown Hill Cemetery
Indianapolis, In
Note: Originally buried at Greenlawn Cemtery, but was reinterred between 1928 and 1931

John Rebecca Buie

John Rebecca Buie
November 15, 1836-August 28, 1925

Alternate Spelling:  John R. Buie
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

John Rebecca Buie

John Rebecca Buie

Military Record
April 5, 1862 – Enlisted in Cumberland County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank: Private
Prior to July, 1, 1862 – Promoted to Sergeant
September-October 1862 – Reported Sick
May 16, 1864 – Wounded in the left arm at Drewry’s Bluff, VA
October 1864 – Reported absent wounded
November-December 1864 – Returned to duty

Parents
Duncan Buie 1797-
Rebecca Atkinson 1813-1860

Siblings
Daniel A. Buie 1830-1900
Elizabeth Buie 1832-1881
Duncan Buie 1835-1925
Mary Buie 1841
Margaret Buie 1842
Rebecca Buie 1843
Malcom James Buie 1845-1880        51st NC, Co I
George McDuffie Buie 1846-1907        51st NC, Co I

Wife
Martha A. Lewis 1852-1934 (Cumberland County, NC)

Children
Mary Elizabeth Buie 1876-1971
Martha Virginia Buie 1880-1953
Rosa Lillie Buie 1882-1980
Lila Herbert Buie 1886-1980
Lelia Hubert Buie 1886-1978
Eula Ivey Buie 1890-1975
Lolar May Buie 1897-1936
Floyd Sloan Buie 1897-1985

Burial
Buie Family Cemetery
Cumberland County
Fayetteville, NC

John Rebecca Buie Grave

John Rebecca Buie Grave

John William Wooten

John William Wooten
July 27, 1844 – November 17, 1916

 

Alternate Spelling:  John W. Wootten
1860 Residence;   Fayetteville, Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
October 1, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
33rd North Carolina Regiment, Company G
Rank:  Corporal
July 2, 1863 – Appointed 3rd Lieutenant
April 9, 1865 – Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, VA

Parents
Robert D. Wooten 1815-1885         33rd NC Co G
Elizabeth Morphis 1819-1905

Siblings
Selina Wooten 1847-1910
Mary Hodge Wooten 1849-1931
Robert Alexander Wooten 1854-1928
Josephine Anna Wooten 1854-1935

 Wife
Sarah Elvira Foscue  1842-1884

Children
Robert Foscue Wooten 1865
Florence Oldfield Wooten 1872
Carrie Isler Wooten 1875
Rosa Elvira Wooten 1881-1951

Burial
Trenton Cemetery
Jones County
, NC

John William Wooten Grave

John William Wooten Grave