Timothy Fletcher Pridgen

Timothy Fletcher Pridgen
February 5, 1843 – January 27, 1907

Timothy Fletcher Pridgen

Timothy Fletcher Pridgen

Alternate Spelling: Timothy F. Pridgen
1860 Residence: Bladen County, NC

Military Record
April 26, 1861 – Enlisted at Bladen County, NC
18th North Carolina Regiment, Company K
Rank:  Private
April 24, 1862 – Promoted to Corporal
May 27, 1862 – Captured at Hanover Court House, VA
Confined at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor
August 5, 1862 – Exchanged at Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA
September 1, 1862 – Wounded in the arm at Ox Hill, VA
November 2, 1862 – Returned to Duty
May 2, 1863 – Wounded in the left arm at Chancellorsville, VA
September 1863-February 1864 – Promoted to Sergeant
July 28, 1864 – Captured & Wounded in the left thigh at Gravel Hill, VA
Confined at various Federal Hospitals
November 9, 1865 – Released

Parents
Timothy Pridgen 1797-1851
Janet Kelso Murphy 1800-1878

Siblings
Matthew Washington Pridgen 1834-1905        36th NC Co H
Catherine Elizabeth Pridgen 1836-1914
Hugh Francis Pridgen 1838-1863        4th NC Co F
Hannah Jane Pridgen 1840-1866

Wife
Katherine Elizabeth Bunn 1861-1945

Children
Walter Eldridge Pridgen 1883-1940
Leland Roy Pridgen 1884-1971
Mary Janet Pridgen 1886-1892
Timothy Maurice Pridgen 1889-1973
Lennie Louise Pridgen 1892-1954
Katie Bunn Pridgen 1896-1990
Hester Maude Pridgen 1901-1998

Burial
Harmony Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Wildcat Road
Kerr, NC

Timothy Fletcher Pridgen Grave

Timothy Fletcher Pridgen Grave