66th Regiment Co F

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. 

John H. Nethercutt, Capt.
Willie J. Rasberry, Capt.
Chris. D. Foy, Capt.
Willie J. Rasberry, 1st Lt.
Chris. D. Foy, 2nd Lt.
Frank Foy, 2nd Lt.
S. Sidney Carter, 2nd Lt.

Non-Commis'd Officers: 
Jas T. Witherington, 1st Sgt.
Philemon H. Bender, 2nd Sgt.
Jackson H. Kinsey, 3rd Sgt.
Luby Harper, 4th Sgt.
Amos W. Askew, 5th Sgt.
Lewis Bynum, 1st Corp.
Joseph F. Brook, 2nd Corp.
David W. Hood, 3rd Corp.
Lewis A. Barfield, 4th Corp.

(Not All in alphabetical order) 
Arnold, James
Arnold, Edward
Arnold, Stephen
Arnold, John
Avery, Thomas
Andrew, Ivey
Adams, Owen
Bryan, Thomas J.
Bryan, Frederick J.
Bryan, Lewis C.
Bosick, Mitchell
Barfield, Lewis A.
Bynum, John
Brock, John J.
Brittain, Andrew J.
Bell, Elijah, J.
Becton, Richard S.
Banks, Joseph B.
Bowen, Matthew
Curren, F. I.
Case, Thomas
Carlton, James B.
Corner, Johns
Dawson, James W.
Dudley, Thomas E.
Doherty, Cullen
Doherty, Wm. K.
Doherty, Henry
Duval, Wm. T.
Evans, John B.
Evans, Joseph
Etheridge, Calvin
Freeman, Charles
Freeman, Lewis
Frazzell, James O.
Futrell, John
Ferrands, Joseph B.
Ginn, Burwell
Gooding, John
Gooding, Carny
Gooding, Council
Gooding, Moses
Hamilton, Alexander H.
Harper, Franklin
Hood, Reuben
Harrison, D. H.
Hall, George W.
Haddock, Wm. G.
Haddock, John A.
Huffman, W. B.
Hardy, Epenetus
Huffman, C. J.
Howland, James L.
Humphrey, Lewis
Irvin, Richard
Ipoch, Wm. G.
Irving, Wm.
Jolly, Joseph H.
Jones, James
Jones, J. B.
Jones, Jesse
Jones, Frederick
Jones, A. H.
Jones, A. J.
Jones, Everett
King, David
King, Ivey
King, Samuel
Koonce, John C.
Kilpatrick, W. L.
Loftin, Andrew J.
Loftin, Thomas J.
Littleton, Arthur
Lane, J. B. C.
Leary, Barney
Lorans, William
Leary, Robert
Levin, H. Wood
Morgan, Richard
Morgan, Stephen
Moore, J. C.
Murphy, John
Moore, Stephen
Murphy, J. R.
Moore, William
Metts, William
Metts, James
Moore, James
Moore, Wright
Mizengo, Bennett
Nunn, Joseph H.
Newbold, E. J.
Outlaw, T. E.
Phillips, William
Pollock, George W.
Pollock, James B.
Pennington, S. P. E.
Rasberry, Allen
Rasberry, Alexander J.
Richardson, G. A.
Robertson, William
Sawyer, Charles
Smith, Bartemus
Smith, J. W.
Smith, C. C.
Smith, Titus B.
Smith, Fennel
Sullivan, Owen
Summerlin, Jesse J.
Stilly, Thomas
Small, John
Simmons, Alfred
Stanly, James A.
Stanley, John L.
Simmons, Simeon
Sherar, Edmund E.
Sylivant, Owen
Sugg, R. P.
Sugg, E. D.
Sylivant, John
Sugg, Hardy
Simmons, John W.
Small, Sylvester
Taylor, Lewis
Taylor, J. P.
Taylor, Jesse
Turner, George P.
Turner, James B.
Turner, John
Tilgham, William J.
Thigpen, James
Venters, Silas
White, S. J.
White, Benjamin
White, Frederick
White, Needham M.
White, Haywood A.
Witherington, John H.
Witherington, Adner
Witherington, James W.
Witherington, Shade W.
Witherington, James G.
Wilcox, Forney
Wilcox, William
Whaley, Levi J.
Wood, Levi W.
Williams, Joseph H.
Whaley, Everett S.
Whaley, John
Wilcox, Furnifold

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