These pages are dedicated to the memory of all the men from North Carolina that fought in the Civil War.
CHICAMAUGA BRISTOW STATION KELLY’S FORD WARM SPRINGS RAPPAHANNOCK RAILROAD BRIDGE Among other items contained in this document are the following casualties: 1. Chicamauga: 58th N.C.T. and some from 37th in descriptive letter 2. Bristow Station: 27th N.C.T.-one full account and a later account of Company E; Light Battery C, 10th N.C.T.; 15th (?) N.C.T.; 46th N.C.T.; 47th N.C.T., Company D 26th Regiment 3. 1st N.C. Cavalry, casualties from October 10-20, 1863 4. 25th N.C. Detachment, Battle Warm Springs (two—one short paragraph and a longer account) 5. 6th and 30th N.C. Regiments of Hokes Brigades commanded by Col. Archibald D. Godwin at Kelly’s Ford 6. 6th Regiment, Battle of Rappahannock Railroad Bridge North Carolina Standard Raleigh October 7, 1863 Capt. William A. Graham, Jr., Company K, 2nd N.C. Cavalry Regiment, has been appointed Assistant Adjutant General of this state. He was wounded in one of the recent battles in Virginia. Lt. Col. Stephen D. Pool has been made colonel of the 10th N.C. Regiment in place of Col. Bradford, deceased. Major Guion has been made lieutenant colonel in place of Colonel Pool. Colonel Love of the 62nd N.C.T. has resigned on account of ill health. The lieutenant colonel has also resigned. Major McDowell is colonel, Captain Rogers of Haywood is lieutenant colonel and Captain Henson of Transylvania is major. The 5th and 7th N.C. batteries have been united under one command under General Polk.