2nd Regiment North Carolina Infantry

  North Carolina Infantry Second Regiment This regiment was at Newbern, N.C., from November, 1863 to February, 1864, to serve three years. It was consolidated with the 1st Regiment, N.C. Infantry on February 27, 1865. The official list of battles in which this regiment bore an honorable part is not yet published in orders Taken From: Official Army Register of the Volunteer Force of the U.S. Army for the years 1861-65, 1865 Published: Washington, D.C: G.P.O. Microfiche [Bethesda, Maryland]: Congressional Information Service, 1911 (CIS Executive Branch Documents, 1789-1909: nos W312-1 to W31-8) References: CIS Index to U.S. Executive Branch Documents, 1789-1909, Part 2 Colonel Nothing listed Lt. Colonel Walter S. Poor, 30 March, 1864 (Discharged by reason of consolidation) Major Nothing listed Captain William A. Moore, 18 Aug., 1864 First Lieutenants DeForest Marsters, 1 Jan., 1864 Elijah A. Smith, 10 January, 1864, (Dismissed by reason of consolidation) Virgil G. Barnard, Adj’t., 12 Feb., 1864 William Kraft, 18 Aug., 1864 J.W. Smith, a.w.m. Second Lieutenants John S. Gordon, 17 Aug., 1864 William K. Hammond, 18 Aug., 1864 J.L. Styson, a.w.m. (Dismissed March 27, 1865) Surgeon None Listed Assistant Surgeons None Listed Chaplain None Listed Casualties None Listed Resigned (2) Captain Thomas F. Newton, Jan. 19, 1865 1st Lt. C.C. Barracastle, April 9, 1864 Discharged (6) Capt. Edmund C. Blount, Feb. 23, 1865 Captain Calvin Haggard, Feb. 23, 1865 1st Lt. Edgar D. York, Dec. 19, 1864 1st Lt. Ernst H. Wardwell, R.Q.M., Feb. 23, 1865 2nd Lt. J. Albert Manning, Oct. 16, 1864 Surgeon Henry J. Menninger, Feb. 17, 1865 Died (2) 2nd Lt. William E. Overton, Sept. 21, 1864, of disease, at Beaufort, N.C. 2nd Lt. James L. Keeter, executed by enemy while a prisoner of war at Plymouth, N.C., in 1864 (no exact date given) NOTE: The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of consolidation. Transcribed by Christine Spencer July 2008

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