James Dickson McLean

James Dickson McLean
1841 – June 17, 1888

Alternate Spelling:  James D. McLean
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
March 1, 1862 – Enlisted in Cumberland County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company B
Rank: Private
December 17, 1762 – Wounded at Goldsboro Bridge
February 1863 – Appointed Corporal
March-April 1863 – Promoted to Sergeant
November 4, 1863 – Transferred to the
13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Company B
January 8, 1864 – Elected 2nd Lieutenant
September 1864 – Promoted to 1st Lieutenant
Present or Accounted for through February 1865

Parents
Angus Duart McLean 1814-1869
Mary Jane McEachin 1822-1861

Siblings
Archibald Alexander McLean 1844-1906       36th NC 2nd Co B
Sallie M. McLean 1847-1919
John Allen McLean 1851-1932
Hector M. McLean 1854-1921
Peter McLean 1856-1880
Amelia Celia McLean 1859-1905

Wife
Hattie McIntyre Purcell 1849-1904

Children
Alexander Purcell McLean 1879-1914
Annie Eliza McLean 1881-1957
Harriet Newell McLean 1883-1959
Allan McLean 1886-1945
James Dickson McLean 1888-1953

Burial
Hillside Cemetery
Hillside Avenue
Laurinburg, NC

James Dickson McLean  Grave

James Dickson McLean Grave

Archibald Alexander McLean

Archibald Alexander McLean
April 10, 1844 – March 5, 1906

Alternate Spelling:  Archibald A. McLean
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
May 15, 1862 – Enlisted in New Hanover County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company B
Rank: Private
November 4, 1863 – Transferred to the
13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Company B
May 1865 – Paroled at Greensboro, NC

Parents
Angus Duart McLean 1814-1869
Mary Jane McEachin 1822-1861

Siblings
James Dickson McLean 1841-1888       36th NC 2nd Co B
Sallie M. McLean 1847-1919
John Allen McLean 1851-1932
Hector M. McLean 1854-1921
Peter McLean 1856-1880
Amelia Celia McLean 1859-1905

Wife
Caroline Amanda Purcell 1845-1914

Children
Angus Wilton McLean  1870-1935
Harriet P. McLean 1872-1905
Mary Jane McLean  1875-1880
Sally McLean 1878-1941
Alexander Torrey McLean 1880-1974
Hector McLean 1883-1912
Mattie Williams McLean 1886-1969

Burial
Oak Grove Cemetery
411 Cemetery Road
Maxton, NC

Archibald Alexander McLean Grave

Archibald Alexander McLean Grave

James Baxter McCallum

James Baxter McCallum
1836 – May 16, 1864

Alternate Spelling:  James B. McCallum
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
March 11, 1862 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: Appointed 3rd Lieutenant
April 14, 1862 – Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant
May 16, 1864 – Wounded and Died of wounds at Drewry’s Bluff, VA

Parents
John McCallum 1804-1973
Mary McNeill 1803-1856

Siblings
Margaret Ann McCallum 1831-1911
Flora Ann McCallum 1834-1916
Henry Harrison McCallum 1840-1907       51st NC Co D

Never Married

Burial
Unknown

Henry Harrison McCallum

Henry Harrison McCallum
June 16, 1840 – August 6, 1907

Alternate Spelling:  Henry H. McCallum
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
April 26, 1862 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: Private
September 30, 1864 – Captured at Fort Harrison, VA
October 5, 1864 – Confined to Point Lookout, MD
March 17, 1865 – Paroled at Point Lookout and transferred to Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA, where he was received on March 19, 1865, for exchange

Parents
John McCallum 1804-1973
Mary McNeill 1803-1856

Siblings
Margaret Ann McCallum 1831-1911
Flora Ann McCallum 1834-1916
James Baxter McCallum 1836-1864        51st NC Co D

Wife
Margaret Ann McCallum 1841-1890

Children
John Baxter McCallum  1870-1955
Henry Scott McCallum 1873-1953
Mamie Bishop McCallum 1877-1959

Burial
Oak Grove Cemetery
411 Cemetery Road
Maxton, NC

Henry Harrison McCallum Grave

Henry Harrison McCallum Grave

Aladdin Strong Wishart

Aladdin Strong Wishart
September 11, 1841 – September 7, 1926

Aladdin Strong Wishart

Aladdin Strong Wishart


Alternate Spelling:  A. Strong Wishart, Alladin Strong Wishart
1860 Residence:  Robeson County, NC

Military Record
September 6, 1861 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
31st North Carolina Regiment, Company A
Rank:  Private
February 19, 1863 – Promoted to Corporal
September 30, 1864 – Wounded at Fort Harrison, VA
Prior to January 1, 1865 – Returned to Duty

Parents
Eli Wishart 1813-1893
Mary Ann Storm 1811-1851

Siblings
Wellington Wishart 1832-1897        46th NC Co A
John Pinkney Wishart 1835-1862        46th NC Co A
Francis Marion Wishart  1837-1862       46th NC Co A
Susan Henrietta Wishart 1848-1878

Wife
Mary E. Thompson  1841-1911

Children
Berry F. Wishart  1870
Erastus S. Wishart  1872-1943
Mary Ann Wishart  1873-1952
Frank Augustus Wishart  1874-1943
Ira Eli Wishart  1877-1976
Willie Ann Wishart  1879-1965
George Beaty Wishart  1881-1941
Laura Lee Wishart  1883-1981

Burial
Collins Cemetery (also known as Wishart Burial Ground)
NC Hwy 41 (next to Carolina Plantation Golf Course)
Lumberton, NC

Aladdin Strong Wishart Grave

Aladdin Strong Wishart Grave

John Pinkney Wishart

John Pinkney Wishart
February 10, 1835 – December 30, 1862


1860 Residence:  Robeson County, NC

Military Record
February 8, 1862 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
46th North Carolina Regiment, Company A
Rank:  Private
Novemer-December 1862 – Promoted to Sergeant
December 30, 1862 – Died at hospital in Richmond, VA of variola

Parents
Eli Wishart 1813-1893
Mary Ann Storm 1811-1851

Siblings
Wellington Wishart 1832-1897        46th NC Co A
Francis Marion Wishart  1837-1862       46th NC Co A
Aladdin Strong Wishart 1841-1926        31st NC Co A
Susan Henrietta Wishart 1848-1878

Wife
Lucy Ann Meares  1835-1879

Children
Giles Eli Wishart  1857-1890
Letita Jane Wishart  1859-1938
John Jefferson Wishart  1861-1901

Burial
Unknown

Wellington Wishart

Wellington Wishart
October 27, 1832 – October 9, 1897

Wellington Wishart

Wellington Wishart

 

1860 Residence:  Robeson County, NC

Military Record
Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
46th North Carolina Regiment, Company A
February 8, 1862 – Elected 2nd Lieutenant
March 3, 1864 – Resigned by reason of chronic diarrhea and dyspepsia
March 17, 1864 – Resignation Accepted

“Remembered as the most silent man in the regiment, and as brave as he was silent”

Parents
Eli Wishart 1813-1893
Mary Ann Storm 1811-1851

Siblings
John Pinkney Wishart 1835-1862        46th NC Co A
Francis Marion Wishart  1837-1872       46th NC Co A
Aladdin Strong Wishart 1841-1926        31st NC Co A
Susan Henrietta Wishart 1848-1878

Wife
Delany Maria Meares 1837-1924

Children
Walter Seaman Wishart 1859-1950
Anna Wishart  1861-1932
Susan Elizabeth Wishart  1865-1902
John Howard Wishart  1867-1956
Eli Wade Wishart  1871-1930
Bertie Belle Wishart  1876-1959
Frank Holt Wishart  1879-1941

Burial
Meadowbrook Cemetery
E. 24th Street
Lumberton, NC

Wellington Wishart Grave

Wellington Wishart Grave

Henry Redfield McKinney

Henry Redfield McKinney
September 5 1838 – November 13, 1887

Alternate Spelling:  Henry R. McKinney
Born in Elmira, NY
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
April 24, 1861 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
12th North Carolina Regiment, 1st Company D
Rank: 2nd Lieutenant
Present and accounted for until the company was disbanded on December 16, 1861
Transferred to
46th North Carolina Regiment, Company A
August 4, 1862 – Promoted to Captain
August 25, 1864 – Wounded in the right arm at Ream’s Station, VA
Reported absent on furlough through December 1864
Returned to duty prior to April 9, 1865, when he surrendered at Appomattox Court House, VA

Note from Official Records: “A New Yorker by birth, but a staunch believer in States Rights, [he] served faithfully to the end, [and] was wounded several times. The regiment had no more capable or efficient officer.”

Parents
John A. McKinney 1815-1881
Elizabeth Redfield 1817

Siblings
Mathew J. McKinney 1839-1932       Union Soldier – 1st NY Mounted Rifles, Co E & G
Truman L. McKinney 1846-1928        Union Soldier – 33rd NY Co I
Lucinda A. McKinney 1847-1910

Wife
Loucina Marticia Lineberry 1840-1939

Children
Virginia Lee McKinney 1865-1939
John Albert P. McKinney 1867-1943

Burial
Oak Grove Cemetery
411 Cemetery Road
Maxton, NC

Henry Redfield McKinney Grave

Henry Redfield McKinney Grave

John Luther McLean

John Luther McLean
April 12, 1842 – February 28, 1922

Alternate Spelling:  John L. McLean, John Luther MacLean
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
June 4, 1861 – Enlisted in Robeson County, NC
24th North Carolina Regiment, Company G
Rank: Private
December 13, 1862 –  Wounded at Fredericksburg, VA
January- February 1863 – Returned to Duty
January- February 1864 – Promoted to Musician and detailed for duty with the Regimental Band
On an Unspecified Date – Permanently transferred to the
24th North Carolina Regiment, Field & Staff, Regimental Band
Present and accounted for through April 8, 1865

Parents
John Ferguson McLean 1806-1880
Effy McPhaul 1806-1850

Siblings
Amanda Flora McLean 1843-1928
Mary C. McLean 1847-1931
Daniel McPhaul McLean 1850-1862

Wife
Virginia Purcell 1847-1912

Children
Clarkie Drake McLean 1875-1962
Malcolm Purcell McLean 1878-1942
Martin Luther McLean 1884-1952
John Lacy McLean 1887-1967

Burial
Oak Grove Cemetery
411 Cemetery Road
Maxton, NC

John Luther McLean Grave

John Luther McLean Grave

Archibald James McNair

Archibald James McNair
July 5, 1840 – May 10, 1903

1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
August 27, 1861 – Enlisted in Union County, NC
40th North Carolina Regiment, Company E
also known as 3rd North Carolina Artillery, Company E
September 25, 1861 – Appointed 2nd Lieutenant
May 1, 1862 – Elected 1st Lieutenant at reorganization of the company
January 15, 1865 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Fort Columbia, NY Harbor
March 5, 1865 – Paroled and exchanged at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA

Parents
Duncan McNair 1810-1880
Margaret McCallum 1816-1849

Siblings
Francis Marion McNair 1825-1879
Jonathan E. McNair 1838-1918        40th NC Co E
Mary Eliza McNair 1839-1847
Artemus McNair 1842-1914
Eugenia H. McNair 1844-1847
Luther Scott McNair 1845-1910        40th NC Co E

Wife
Mary Catherine Rowland 1840-1921

Children
Margaret Eugenia McNair 1869-1941
Elizabeth Rowland McNair 1874-1956
John McKay McNair 1878-1880

Burial
Oak Grove Cemetery
411 Cemetery Road
Maxton, NC

Archibald James McNair Grave

Archibald James McNair Grave