John Robert Tew

 John Robert Tew
October 4, 1834 – February 17, 1918

Alternate Spelling:  John R. Tew
1860 Residence:  Sampson County, NC

Military Record
April 8, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank:  Private
March-April  1863 – Reported Absent Without Leave
May-June 1863 – 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
July 15, 1864 – Injured in a Train Wreck at Shohola, PA with broken left leg and mashed head
March 2, 1865 – Paroled & Transferred to James River, VA
March 6, 1865 – Hospitalized at Richmond, VA with debilitis
March 9, 1865 – Furloughed for 30 days

Parents

William B. Tew  1809-1851
Amy Godwin  1808-1872

Siblings
Margaret A. Tew  1832-1879
Anna Leah Tew  1832
Lewis Tew  1835-1862       46th NC Co I
Richard Tew  1839-1918      46th NC Co I
Osborn Tew  1842

Wife
Eleanor McIntyre  1830-1908

Children
Alice Lenora Tew  1860-1867
Laura A. Tew  1861-1921
John Curtis Tew  1866-1902
Julia F. Tew  1868-1874
Cornelia J. Tew  1870-1886

Wife
Mary Ellen Starling  1874-1929

No Children

Burial
Old Bluff Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Old Bluff Road
Godwin, NC

John Robert Tew Grave

John Robert Tew Grave

Nixon Pope

Nixon Pope
1823 – February 14, 1862

1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
June 1, 1861 – Enlisted in Cumberland County, NC
24th North Carolina Regiment, Company F
Rank: Private
February 14, 1862 – Died at Petersburg, VA of measles

Parents
unknown

Siblings
unknown

Wife
Dorcas ?  1834

Children
Ellen L. Pope  1855
Louisa C. Pope  1860

Burial
unknown

Gabriel Owens

Gabriel Owens
May 17, 1833 – June 24, 1916

Alternate Spelling: Gabriel Owen
1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

3rd Great Grandfather of William Bullard

Military Record
May 16, 1862 – Enlisted at Sampson County, NC
63rd North Carolina Regiment, Company C
also known as 5th North Carolina Cavalry, Company C
Rank: Private
February 3, 1865 – Transferred to
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company C
No further records

Parents
Lott Owens 1806-1880
Edith Parker 1804-1882

Siblings
Marshall H. Owens 1829-1907        38th NC Co A
Lucian B. Owens 1831-1862        46th NC Co I
Catherine Owens 1835
Sarah Owens 1839
Ann Owens 1841
Thomas Love Owen 1843-1903        20th NC Co F
William L. Owens 1847

Wife
Sarah Jackson 1833-1900

Children
Roberson Holmes Owen 1857-1937
Cornelia Owen 1861
Armelia Francis Owen 1862-1930
William Owen 1866
Lucian Bennett Owen 1869
John Owen 1871
Allie Braxton Owen 1874-1926

Burial
Unknown

William Kinan Bradshaw

William Kinan Bradshaw
1835 – May 5, 1863

Alternate Spelling: William K. Bradshaw
1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
September 1, 1861 – Enlisted at Sampson County, NC
30th North Carolina Regiment, Company A
Rank: Private
September 12, 1862 – Deserted
Prior to January 1, 1863 – Returned to Duty
May 3, 1863 – Wounded at Chancellorsville, VA
May 5, 1863 – Died of wounds

Parents
Sion Moses Bradshaw 1812-1862
Sarah J. Register 1812-1915

Siblings
Owen Kilby Bradshaw 1833        30th NC Co A
Mary Susan Bradshaw 1837-1900
Thomas David Bradshaw 1838-1912
Daniel J. Bradshaw 1839-1864        51st NC Co B
John Robert Bradshaw 1842-1912        36th NC 2nd Co A
Sarah Ann Bradshaw 1847
Hannah E. Bradshaw 1850-1927
George Washington Bradshaw 1852-1934

Wife
Sabra J. Faircloth 1836-1896

Children
Sarah E. Bradshaw 1859
William W. Bradshaw 1862-1938
Mary Matilda Bradshaw 1864-1941
Burial
Unknown

Owen Kilby Bradshaw

Owen Kilby Bradshaw
1833 – After 1900

Alternate Spelling: Owen K. Bradshaw
1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
September 1, 1861 – Enlisted at Sampson County, NC
30th North Carolina Regiment, Company A
Rank: Private
April 26, 1862 – Deserted
Returned to Duty on an Unspecified Date
August 25, 1862 – Deserted
Prior to July 1, 1863 – Arrested and Confined at Clinton, NC but he broke jail.

Parents
Sion Moses Bradshaw 1812-1862
Sarah J. Register 1812-1915

Siblings
William Kinan Bradshaw 1835-1863        30th NC Co A
Mary Susan Bradshaw 1837-1900
Thomas David Bradshaw 1838-1912
Daniel J. Bradshaw 1839-1864        51st NC Co B
John Robert Bradshaw 1842-1912        36th NC 2nd Co A
Sarah Ann Bradshaw 1847
Hannah E. Bradshaw 1850-1927
George Washington Bradshaw 1852-1934

Wife
Anna Mariah Bryant 1844

Children
Owen B. Bradshaw 1867
Alvin S. Bradshaw 1869-1906
Sarah E. Bradshaw 1871
Mary S. Bradshaw 1873
John Tilden Bradshaw 1876-1935
George Thomas Bradshaw 1879-1932

Burial
Unknown

Daniel J. Bradshaw

Daniel J. Bradshaw
April 8, 1839 – October 26, 1864

1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
March 26, 1862 – Enlisted at New Hanover County, NC
51st North Carolina Regiment, Company B
Rank: Private
February 23-June 30, 1863 – Reported on detached duty building signal houses near Charleston, SC
July-October, 1863 – Reported on detail under Lt. Young in charge of torpedoes at Mount Pleasant, SC
November-December, 1863 – Rejoined the Company
January – February 1864 – Duty as a Provost Guard at Petersburg, VA
May 31, 1864 – Captured at Cold Harbor, VA
June 8, 1864 – Confined at Point Lookout, MD
August 16, 1864 – Transferred to Elmira, NY
October 11, 1864 – Paroled at Elmira and transferred for exchange
October 26, 1864 – Died at hospital in Baltimore, MD of chronic diarrhoea

Parents
Sion Moses Bradshaw 1812-1862
Sarah J. Register 1812-1915

Siblings
Owen Kilby Bradshaw 1833        30th NC Co A
William Kinan Bradshaw 1835-1863        30th NC Co A
Mary Susan Bradshaw 1837-1900
Thomas David Bradshaw 1838-1912
John Robert Bradshaw 1842-1912       36th NC 2nd Co A
Sarah Ann Bradshaw 1847
Hannah E. Bradshaw 1850-1927
George Washington Bradshaw 1852-1934

Wife
Mary Jane Simmons 1824-1911

Children
Mary Jane Bradshaw 1861-1907

Burial
Loudon Park National Cemetery
Baltimore, MD

John James Highsmith

John James Highsmith
December 4, 1830 –February 18, 1921

Alternate Spelling: John J. Highsmith
1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
Captain William S. Devane’s Independent Company
September 5, 1862 – Transferred to
61st North Carolina Regiment, Company A
Rank:  Private
April 23, 1864 – Reported on detached service as a scout
May 5, 1865 – Took the Oath of Allegiance in Raleigh, NC

Parents
Jacob Highsmith 1796-1869
Elizabeth Bland 1802-1846

Siblings
Marium Highsmith 1826-1889
John James Highsmith 1830-1921
Robert H. Highsmith 1832-1918
Louella Susan Highsmith 1835
George Highsmith 1838-1922
Jeremiah Seary Highsmith 1841-1862        20th NC Co F

Wife
Mary Ann Fowler 1829-1903

Children
Jacob Franklin Highsmith 1868-1939
Mary Elizabeth Highsmith 1872
Mattie Highsmith 1876

Burial
Roseboro Cemetery
Roseboro, NC

John James Highsmith Grave

John James Highsmith Grave

Jacob Price Caison

Jacob Price Caison
May 1843 – April 15, 1924

Jacob Price Caison

Jacob Price Caison

Alternate Spelling: Jacob P. Caison, Jacob Price Cason, Jacob B. Cason
1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
March 3, 1862 – Enlisted at Sampson County, NC
46th North Carolina Regiment, Company I
Rank:  Private
November-December 1863 – Promoted to Corporal
May 5, 1864 – Wounded in the head at Wilderness, VA
September-December 1864 – Returned to Duty

Parents
Hillery Caison 1805-1870
Nancy Ann Boone 1818-1898

Siblings
Thomas Hillery Caison 1846-1920        2nd NC Junior Reserves, Company A
John Robert Caison 1848-1930
Luther Rice Caison 1850-1920

Wife
Rachel Catherine Parker 1839-1904

Children
Burris Deams Cason 1867-1933
Emmet Gales Cason 1870-1943
Timothy R. Cason 1875
Andrew Bertis Cason 1877-1939
Atlas Cason 1879
Minnie B. Cason 1884-1904

Burial
Unknown

Thomas Hillery Caison

Thomas Hillery Caison
April 19, 1846 – November 16, 1920

Thomas Hillery Caison

Thomas Hillery Caison

Alternate Spelling: Thomas H. Caison, Thomas Hillory Caison
1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
April 1864 – Enlisted at Sampson County, NC
2nd North Carolina Junior Reserves, Company A
Rank:  Private
September 20-October 31, 1864 – Reported absent sick

Parents
Hillery Caison 1805-1870
Nancy Ann Boone 1818-1898

Siblings
Jacob Price Caison 1843-1924        46th NC Co I
John Robert Caison 1848-1930
Luther Rice Caison 1850-1920

Wife
Mary Lou Underwood 1856-1914

Children
Walter Claudius Caison 1875-1950
Fredrick Anderson Caison 1877-1937
Purdie P. Caison 1879-1884
Dallas D. Caison 1881-1884
Daniel Eugene Caison 1884-1952
Eddie Adanoah Caison 1886-1968
Mary Florence Caison 1889-1971
Ella Dewey Caison 1893-1919
Irene Eunice Caison 1896-1973

Burial
Roseboro Cemetery
Roseboro, NC

Thomas Hillery Caison Grave

Thomas Hillery Caison Grave

Joshua Soal Hall

Joshua Soal Hall
September 8, 1847 – December 15, 1933

Alternate Spelling: Joshua S. Hall
1860 Residence: Sampson County, NC

Military Record
February 26, 1862 – Enlisted at Cumberland County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company C
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company C
Rank:  Private
Discharged by reason of age (no date)

Parents
Dave Calton Hall 1810-1852
Ruth Rainey Gibson 1822-1880

Siblings
Sarah Anne Hall 1836
Hinton Hall 1837
William Gibson Hall 1839-1907       30th NC Co A
Edward Hall 1841
Louisa Hall 1842
Charles Hall 1843
Thomas Franklin Hall 1848-1920
Millard Morehead Hall 1851-1941

Never Married

Burial
Roseboro Cemetery
Roseboro, NC

Joshua Soal Hall Grave

Joshua Soal Hall Grave