66th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry 66th Infantry Regiment was organized at Kinston, North Carolina, in October, 1862, by consolidating the 8th North Carolina Battalion Partisan Rangers and the 13th North Carolina Infantry Battalion. Its men were from the counties of Orange, Nash, Franklin, Wayne, Lenoir, Carteret, Jones, Duplin, and New Hanover. The unit was stationed at Wilmington, then in May, 1864, moved to Virginia. Attached to General J.G. Martin's and Kirkland's Brigade, it fought at Cold Harbor, was placed in the trenches of Petersburg, and saw action at Bentonville. On April 26, 1865, it surrendered with the Army of Tennessee. The field officers were Colonels Alexander D. Moore and John H. Nethercutt, Lieutenant Colonel Clement G. Wright, and Major David S. Davis. 8th Battalion Partisan Rangers was formed during the spring of 1863 using Nethercutt's Company of Partisan Rangers as its nucleus. The unit contained four companies and served in the New Bern-Kinston area of North Carolina until October when it merged into the 66th North Carolina Regiment. Its commander was Major John H. Nethercutt. Officers Joseph W. Latta, Captain Albert C. Faucett, Caotain James G. Latta, 1st Lt. John C. Lynch, 1st Lt. George B. Pearce, 2nd Lt. Non-Commissioned Officers John Couch, 1st Sgt. George B. Pearce, 2nd Sgt. Wm. R. Scarlett, 3rd Sgt. John Hall, 4th Sgt. Issac D. Whitaker, 5th Sgt. William G. Couch, 1st Corporal James D. Horner, 2nd Corporal John H. Rhew, 3rd Corporal James H. Browning, 4th Corporal Privates (Not All in Alphabetical order) Barnes, Wm. J. Blackwood, Wm. J. Browning, Moses Browning, Sidney Browning, William Browning, John W. Bowen, William Barbee, James Brockwell, George Brockwell, James Booths, Nash Barrow, William Borland, Andrew J. Baldwin, Nelson Couch, George Couch, Nathan Couch, Thomas J. Couch, David W. Couch, William Cole, William D. Correll, Benjamin Christian, James N. Crabtree, Wm. R. Crabtree, Robert Chisenhall, Sidney Chisenhall, L.C. Cates, Willie Cates, William Cates, Wm. J. Cates, Robert Cates, John M. Cates, James Cates, Thomas Cardin, William H. Cardin, H.H. Chrismand, C. Carrington, Richard Carrington, James T. Carrington, W.P. Carrington, John D. Dannagan, John D. Dixon, James T. Faucett, Thomas Faucett,David Glenn, Bryant Glenn, Hillman Glenn, William T. Guess, William C. Garrett, Skidmore Garrard, James Gresham, George Gates, Willie P. Horner, Moses W. Horner, Little D. Holloway, John A. Hicks, James E. Herndon, Charles M. Hill, Gaston Hall, Andrew Howell, Dupree Hampton, Gaston Johnson, Durell James, Jesse W. James, Thomas James, John T. Jeffreys, Benton King, Wm. A. Kirkland, John Latta, Phillips W. Latta, Wm. Lyon, Cadmus H. Mangum, Fielding Mayes, Wm. S. Monk, James McFarland, Simeon Mahon, Wm. F. Mitchell, Abel R. Pool, Rufus Pool, Ranson Pool, John Phipps, S.P. Phipps, Simeon Phipps, Green Proctor, Herbert Proctor, John Rhew, Silas Rhew, William Riley, William L. Riley, Thomas J. Rhodes, Andrew J. Rhodes, George A. Scarlett, James C. Stanly, John W. Smith, John W. Simpson, William Simpson, Charles Simpson, William Jr. Strayhorn, Samuel M. Thompson, F.M. Teasley, Willie Tate, Albert Urnsted, Henry Vicker, Moses Walker, Henry H. Walker, John A. Woods, William M. Woods, John M. Woods, James M. Jr. Woods, John Woods, James M. Wolford, Wm. W. Whitaker, James A. Whitaker, A.J. Watson, James W. Warren, Chesley P.
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