These pages are dedicated to the memory of all the men from North Carolina that fought in the Civil War.
North Carolina Standard Raleith May 15, 1861 Died, in the camp of his company in this place on Saturday, 11th inst., James Hudson, private in the company of the Hornetís Nest Rifles. His disease was pneumonia. His remains were followed to the depot by his late comrades in arms to be taken to Charlotte for interment. Fayetteville Observer, Monday, June 3, 1861 Died, at the marine Hospital in Wilmington on the 27th inst., J.H. Nance, aged 20 years. Mr. Nance was a member of Capt. Robert Taitís company of Bladen Light Infantry. His disease was pneumonia. Fayetteville Observer, Monday, June 10, 1861 Died, at the Marine Hospital in Wilmington, on the 4th inst., of inflammation of the brain, Richard J. Shipman, a member of the Bladen Light Infantry, aged 32 years. North Carolina Standard Raleigh July 3, 1861 We regret to learn that Michael Leary of Company A, 6th Regiment died at the companyís shops on Tuesday last, aged 35 years.