Owen Johnson

Owen Johnson

November 5, 1835 – October 30, 1914
1860 Residence: Bladen County, NC

Military Record
October 7, 1862 – Enlisted at Bladen County, NC
53rd North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: Private
August 25, 1863 – Sent to the Hospital at Orange Court House, VA
November-December, 1863 – Returned to Duty
October 19, 1864 – Wounded in the right leg at Cedar Creek, VA
Hospitalized at Charlottesville, VA
January 5, 1865 – Admitted to the Hospital at Richmond, VA
January 10, 1865 – Furloughed

Parents
Joel Johnson, Jr. 1791-1860? (Tombstone shows 1858 but present in 1860 Census)
Mary Tatum 1793-1856

Siblings
Richard Washington Johnson 1817-1872
Daniel Johnson 1824-1884
Kinion Johnson 1826-1873
Mary Jane Johnson 1829-1903
Evan Johnson 1831-1903
Mary Eliza Johnson 1935-1903
Sophia Helen Johnson 1838-1911

Wife
Margaret Jane Herring 1847-1918
Children
Lee Ella Johnson 1867
Robert Lee Johnson 1869
Jules Walter Johnson 1873-1951
Thomas Jefferson Johnson 1876-1948
Mary Priscilla Johnson 1878-1956

Burial
Owen Johnson Cemetery
About 1 mile south of Sand Hill Loop Road
White Lake, NC

Owen Johnson Grave

Owen Johnson Grave

Joseph Samuel Dunn

Joseph Samuel Dunn
1805 – November 15, 1867

Alternate Spelling: Joseph S. Dunn or Joseph Dunn
1860 Residence: Dezerett, Bladen County, NC

4th Great Grandfather of Mack Eason
4th Great Grandfather of Tim Eason

Military Record
May 23, 1861 – Enlisted at Bladen County, NC
3rd North Carolina Regiment, Company H
Rank: 1st Lieutenant
October 5, 1861 – Resigned
March 12, 1862 – Enlisted at Randolph County, NC
46th North Carolina, Company F
Rank: Sergeant
July 10, 1862 – Promoted to 1st Sergeant
September 17, 1862 – Wounded at Sharpsburg, MD
Prior to November 1, 1862 – Returned to Duty
December 15, 1862 – Arrested for violation of Article 52 of the Articles of War (dealing in general with misbehavior before the enemy)
March-April, 1863 – Returned to Duty
April 27, 1863 – Demoted to Private
August 25, 1864 – Wounded at Reams’ Station, VA
December 26, 1864 – Returned to Duty
April 9, 1865 – Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, VA

Parents
Joseph Samuel Dunn 1760
Mary McGowan 1765

Siblings
Unknown

Wife
Elizabeth Walker 1793 – 1885

Children
Catherine Dunn 1829
Cephus McGowan Dunn 1830 – 1911     18th NC Co K
Sarah Dunn 1832
Joseph Dunn 1836

John Owen Davis

John Owen Davis
May 10, 1834 – January 31, 1914

1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
September 5, 1861 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
33rd North Carolina Regiment, Company G
Rank: Sergeant
May-October, 1862 – Demoted to Private
March-August, 1863 – Promoted to Sergeant
January 15, 1865 – Demoted to Private
February 14, 1865 – Deserted to the Enemy
February 17, 1865 – Confined at Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC
February 20, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Sampson Davis 1797-1860
Mary Cain 1798

Siblings
Bunyon T. Davis 1828-1846
Elias M. Davis 1830-1922        19th NC Co D
Catherine Jane Davis 1832

Wife
Sarah Ann Hollingsworth 1838-1891

Children
Nancy Jane Davis 1860
Emma Jane Davis 1862-1945
Mary Davis 1867
Ralph Davis 1868
Rufus Jackson Davis 1872-1935
Ras Lee Davis 1875-1931
Annie Bertha Davis 1885-1947

Burial
Davis Cemetery
Butler Nursery Road
Fayetteville, NC

John Owen Davis Grave

John Owen Davis Grave

Joseph Carson Geddie

Joseph Carson Geddie
November 18, 1844 – September 23, 1911

Alternate Spelling: Joseph C. Geddie
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
December 15, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank: Private
June 1, 1864 – Wounded at Cold Harbor, VA
September 30, 1864 – Wounded in the right leg & Captured at Fort Harrison, VA
Hospitalized at Fort Monroe, VA
January 9, 1865 – Transferred to Point Lookout, MD
January 17, 1865 – Paroled at Point Lookout, MD
January 21, 1865 – Received for Exchange at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA
January 22, 1865 – Hospitalized at Richmond, VA
January 26, 1865 – Furloughed

Parents
John Geddie 1814 – 1885
Janet Gainey 1814 – 1885

Siblings
Mary Jane Geddie 1841-1846
Hugh McDuffie Geddie 1843-1906     51st NC, Co I
John S. Geddie 1847-1848
Thaddeus Geddie 1849-1908
James D. Geddie 1851-1918
Julia Ann Geddie 1854-1857
Almira Geddie 1857-1918
Bernice Geddie 1859-1911

Wife
Mary Ann Maxwell 1855-1928

Children
Henry Carson Geddie 1878-1949
Minnie Clyde Geddie 1880-1967
Daisy Geddie 1882-1971
Nellie Jane Geddie 1885-1964
Paul Alexander Geddie 1889-1967
Annie Bell Geddie 1892
Katye R. Geddie 1895-1979

Burial
Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery
Eastover, NC

Joseph Carson Geddie Grave

Joseph Carson Geddie Grave

Carlton Walker Autry

Carlton Walker Autry
March 1848 – April 25, 1918

Note: Death Date on tombstone application shows March 15, 1917

Alternate Spelling: Carlton W. Autry, Calton W. Autry, Calton Walker Autry
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
August 3, 1863 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
2nd Battalion North Carolina Local Defense Troops, Company B
Rank: Private
July 26, 1864 – Deserted
August 16, 1864 – Arrested and Returned
November-December, 1864 – Confined at Military Prison in Wilmington
Sentenced to Death for Desertion
March 5, 1865 – Not executed, but restored to Duty
April 2, 1865 – Captured on the South Side Railroad
Confined at Hart’s Island, New York Harbor
June 14, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance
June 26, 1865 – Admitted to U.S.A. Transit Hospital, New York, NY with chronic diarrhoea
June 30, 1865 – Transferred to DeCamp General Hospital, Davids Island, New York Harbor
July 22, 1865 – Released again after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Newsom Autry, Jr. 1809-1885
Jane Willett 1809-1885

Siblings
John William Autry 1833-1900
Sabrina Ann Autry 1834-1911
Sarah Autry 1836
William Autry 1838-1862         30th NC Co A
Daniel Autry 1840-1863          5th NC Co A
Van Buren Autry 1842-1900         5th NC Co A
Margaret Autry 1844
Elizabeth Autry 1846-1910
Joseph Autry 1849

Wife
Sadie Kizaday Hockaday 1848-1932

Children
Georgia Anna Autry 1867-1963
Robert McKinsey Autry 1872-1930
James M. Autry 1875-1958
Benjamin Franklin Autry 1877-1956
Mary Jane Autry 1879-1965
Lucy Ann Autry 1883-1972
Elizabeth Charlotte Autry 1887-1971

Burial
Mims Cemetery
Camden Road
Fayetteville, NC

Carlton Walker Autry Grave

Carlton Walker Autry Grave

Neil McNeill

Neil McNeill
January 21, 1817 – March 10, 1897

Alternate Spelling:  Neill McNeill
1860 Residence: North Division, Robeson County, NC

Military Record
July 5, 1864 – Enlisted at Shoe Heel Depot (Maxton), NC
8th North Carolina Senior Reserves, McLean’s Company
Rank: Private
November 10, 1864 – Elected Captain of the
8th North Carolina Senior Reserves, McNeill’s Company

Parents
Daniel Marsh McNeill 1778-1852
Mary Buie Brown 1782-1852

Siblings
James McNeill
John Brown McNeill 1808-1906
Jane Campbell McNeill 1810-1890
Ala McNeill 1813-1895
Hector McNeill 1818-1890
William McNeill 1820-1891
Daniel McNeill 1824-1837

Wife
Annabella Margaret Downing Buie 1821-1905

Children
Daniel Buie McNeill 1840-1930
John Brown McNeill 1842-1930        40th NC, Co E
William Dodderidge McNeill 1843-1847
Archibald Alexander McNeill 1845-1865        24th NC, Co G
Flora Catherine McNeill 1847-1900
David Jarriot McNeill 1849-1918
Neill McPherson McNeill 1851-1929
James Scott McNeill 1854-1928
Mary Jane McNeill 1856-1921
Charity Caroline McNeill 1858-1915
Effie Ann McNeill 1858-1922
Margaret Downing McNeill 1860-1942

Burial
St. Pauls Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Saint Pauls, NC

Neil McNeill Grave

Neil McNeill Grave

James W. Blanks

James W. Blanks
April 12, 1847-January 27, 1912

 1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

James W. Blanks

James W. Blanks

Military Record
March 10, 1862 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company F
Rank: Private
December 3, 1863 – Reported absent without leave
January-February 1864 – Returned to Duty
May 16, 1864-Wounded in the shoulder at Drewry’s Bluff, VA.
Hospitalized at Richmond, VA
June 23, 1864-Returned to duty
Present or accounted for through December 1864

Parents
John “Jack” Blanks 1820- (Robeson County, NC)        31st NC, Co A
Elly Ivey 1817- (Robeson County, NC)

Siblings
John A. Blanks 1848
Mary E. Blanks 1852

Wife
Sarah C. Bell 1859-1953 (Robeson County, NC)

Children
Docia Blanks 1872-1912
John J. Blanks 1874-
Ella Blanks 1879-1912
Hattie Jane Blanks 1882-1945
William Wellington Blanks 1885-1963
Sarah Lula Blanks 1886-1960
Hector Thomas Blanks 1892-1972

Burial
Tenmile Center Baptist Church Cemetery
US Highway 301
West Howellsville, NC

 

R. Isham Stone

R. Isham Stone
November 23, 1838-July 23, 1907

Alternate Spelling:  Isham Stone
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
May 5, 1862 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
50th North Carolina Regiment, Company B
Rank: Private
November 18, 1862-Reported present, deserted from hospital at Petersburg, VA
September 1863-Returned to duty
December 1864 or January 1865-Captured near Savannah, GA
January 19, 1865-Admitted to hospital at Savannah, GA
January 27, 1865-Took the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Elias Stone 1807-1898 (Robeson County, NC)
Hester Britt 1814-1887 (Robeson County, NC)

Siblings
Rosannah Stone 1834-
Jacob Stone 1838-1922        50th NC , Co B
Joel Stone 1842-1920        50th NC, Co B
Leachy Stone 1845-1910
Mary Ann Stone 1846-1894
Cussie Frances Stone 1848-1933
Abigail Stone 1851-1916
Hester Jane 1854-1887
Martha Stone 1856-1929
Mary Ann Stone 1857

Wife
Joanna Williford 1840- 1902 (Robeson County, NC)

Children
Mary A. Stone 1859
Joseph Stone 1862
Willie Stone 1865
Ida Stone 1868-1942
Andrew M. Stone 1876

Burial
Lumberton City Cemetery
5th Street
Lumberton, NC

R. Isham Stone Grave

R. Isham Stone Grave

Owen Tyler Brown

Owen Tyler Brown
September 18, 1842 – October 13, 1924

Alternate Spelling: O. T. Brown, Owen T. Brown, Owen Brown
1860 Residence: Clinton, Sampson County, NC

Military Record
February 11, 1863 – Enlisted at Sampson County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company B
Rank: Private
July-August, 1863 – Report sick in hospital at Charleston, SC
September 29, 1863 – Hospitalized at Wilmington, NC with an intermittent fever
October 2, 1863 – Deserted
Prior to November 1, 1863 – Returned to Duty
May-July, 1864 – Wounded slightly, but not hospitalized
Present and Accounted for through 1864

Parents
James Brown 1800
Catherine Drew 1805

Siblings
Alsa Brown 1839
Elizabeth Brown 1840 – 1915
Electa Brown 1850

Wife
Margaret Catherine Boney 1850 – 1935

Children
Cornelia Brown 1873 – 1891
Ella Brown 1875
Lucey Brown 1878
Bettie Brown 1880
Bessie Brown 1884 – 1914
Eva Bell Brown 1888 – 1970
Romie Lamar Brown 1890 – 1970

Burial
Greenwood Cemetery
Dunn, NC

Owen Tyler Brown Grave

Owen Tyler Brown Grave

Labon Britt

Labon Britt
1826 – August 29, 1863

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
May 25, 1863-Enlisted in Wilmington, SC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company E
Rank: Private
July-August 1863-Reported absent, sick in hospital
August 29, 1863-Died in hospital at Mt. Pleasant, Charleston, SC

Parents
Jesse Britt 1802-1858 (Robeson County, NC)
Margaret Ivey 1802-1871 (Robeson County, NC)

Siblings
Calvin C. Britt 1832-May 14, 1864        51st NC, Co E
Mary Ann Britt 1829
Celia Britt 1831-1910
Rebecca Britt 1833-1880

Wife
Appie Lewis 1832-1919 (Robeson County, NC)

Children
Lott Britt 1849-1922
Jesse Lewis Britt 1852-1916
Havana Britt 1854-1903
Mary Margaret Britt 1857-1893

Burial
Confederate Cemetery
“Old Village”, across from Carr Street
Mt. Pleasant, SC