Civil War 17th Regiment

17th Regiment North Carolina Troops
Men from Cabarrus County


Company F

Rank with Name — Occupation  – Notes

Cpl Richard F. FLEMING – unknown – paroled at Greensboro, NC on May 1, 1865
Private David B. PHILLIPS -unknown – joined U.S. Army Point Feb 18, 1864


Company G

Rank with Name – Occupation – Notes

Private John BARNHARDT – unknown – killed at Sharpsburg, MD Sep 17, 1862
Private Edward BOND – unknown – died in hospital at Richmond, VA of “dysentry”
Private William S. BREWER – unknown  - died in at Winchester, VA of a “measles”
Private Frederick CLINE – unknown – paroled at Greensboro, NC May 1, 1865
Private Valentine COOK – unknown – wounded, placed on furlough Oct 15, 1864
Private John A. CRESS – unknown – captured/died at Elmira, NY of “diarrhea”
Private Washingtom W. EARLY – unknown – died Apr 2,1863, Guinea Station, VA, cause unknown
Private Reuben P. FINK – unknown – took Oath of Allegiance on Jun 6, 1865
Private Martin KEES – farmer – died at hospital, place unknown, Nov 1862
Private Paul A. LITAKER – unknown – killed in Action at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863
Private Daniel M. LITTLES – unknown – died at Spotsylvania, VA Jun 10, 1864, wounds
Private Calvin W. MEISHIMER – unknown – died at Richmond VA Jun 5, 1863, Typhoid Fever
Private Martin A. PROPST – unknown – present or accounted for through Oct 1864
Private Mathias PROPST – unknown – wounded/died Gettysburg, PA July 5, 1863
Private Robert W. SEAMON – unknown – captured and joined U.S. Secret Service
Private Calvin A. SNELL – unknown – died at Richmond VA Nov 10, 1862, Diarrhea
Private George W. WALTER – unknown – died at Brandy Station VA Oct 31, 1863, disease


Company H

Rank with Name – Occupation – Notes

Lieutenant John M. ALEXANDER – farmer – reported absent, wounded Jan 28, 1865
Lieutenant John M. ALEXANDER – farmer – died July 5, 1862, Richmond VA, wounds
Lieutenant Dixon B. PENICK – farmer – reported abs/wounded thru Jan 28, 1865
Lieutenant Samuel E.W. PHARR – unknown – resigned Mar 3, 1862
Lieutenant James L. STAFFORD – farmer – reported abs/wounded thru Oct 1864
Private Aldophus C. ALEXANDER – farmer – died Sep 7, 1863 of Typhoid Fever
1st Sgt Daniel L. ALEXANDER – farmer – captured/paroled Mar 18, 1865 in Virginia
Private Dionysius E. ALEXANDER – farmer – wounded at Gettysburg, PA Jul 1-3, 1863, died
Private Samuel A. ALEXANDER – farmer – paroled at Greensboro, NC May 1, 1865
Private William H. ALEXANDER – farmer – died in Richmond, VA June 2-6, 1862 “disease”
Private Cyrus A. ARCHER – farmer – captured in hospital/paroled in May 1865
Private Felix A. ARCHIBALD – unknown – present or accounted for through Oct 1864
Private Mathew A. BAKER – farmer – killed at Chancellorsville, VA May 3, 1963
Private Asa BARNHARDT – farmer – present or accounted for through Oct 1864
Private Loche BARNHARDT – farmer – died Feb 18, 1864 of “disease,” place unknown
Private James M. BEATY – farmer – killed at Chancellorsville VA, May 3, 1963
Private William H. BEAVER – farmer – died in hospital Carolina City NC, Nov 9, 1861
Private Robert S. BLACK – unknown – paroled at Greensboro NC, May 1, 1865
Private John S. BLACKWELDER – farmer – paroled at Camp Lee VA, Feb 27, 1865
Private Caleb E. BOST – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC, May 1, 1865
Private William A. BROWN – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC, May 1, 1865
Private James E. CALDWELL – unknown – retired to Invalid Corps Jan 18, 1865
1st Sgt Robert M. CALDWELL – farmer – died at Chancellorsville VA, May 5-8, 1863
Private James M. CARTER – unknown – furloughed, hospital Richmond Mar 11,1865
Private Robert H. DAVIS – paroled at Greensboro NC, May 1, 1865
Private Thomas G.. DAVIS – farmer – discharged Jan 12,1863 “chronic ulcers of the leg”
Private Caleb DAWKINS – farmer – died in hosp.Carolina City, NC Dec 15-17, 1861
Private Mastin DAWKINS – farmer – died Richmond VA, Jun 19, 1862 “typhoid fever”
Private Christopher H. DEJOURNETT – cabinetmaker – discharged Nov 3, 1862, unknown reason
Private Lafayette DEMARCUS – farmer – retired to Invalid Corps Dec 9, 1864
Private William B. DEMARCUS – farmer – paroled at Appomattox, VA Apr 9, 1865
Private John M. DORTON – farmer – paroled at Washington, DC Feb 27, 1865
Private Matthew J. EDDINS – farmer – killed at Fredericksburg, VA Dec 13, 1862
Private Eli M. ELLIS – farmer – paroled at Greensboro, NC May 1, 1865
1st Sgt Thomas M. ERWIN – farmer – killed at Gettysburg, PA Jul 3, 1863
Private Anderson FREEMAN – unknown – discharged Nov 15, 1862 for disability
Private William H.H. GIBSON – farmer – discharged Dec 31, 1862 for disability
Private Thomas H. HAMILTON, Jr – farmer – died in Richmond, VA of wounds Jun 11, 1863
Private Miles E. HARRIS – farmer – died Nov 1, 1864 of wounds, place unknown
Private Robert R. HOLBROOKS – unknown – paroled at Greensboro NC, May 1, 1865
Private William H. ELLIS, Jr – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC, May 1, 1865
Private Burton E. KIMMONDS – unknown – paroled at Greensboro NC, May 1, 1865
Private William W. KIZER – unknown – killed at Chancellorsville VA, May 3, 1863
Private John H. LEMMONS – farmer – killed at Chancellorsville, date unknown
Private William Q. LEMMONS – unknown – died Nov 7, 1862 of “disease,” place unknown
Private John LEWIS  - farmer – died at Carolina City NC, Dec 26, 1861, “camp fever”
Private Jacob K. LONG – farmer – died in Richmond VA of disease Aug 7, 1862
Private Cicero H. McCARHERN – unknown – killed at Gravel Hill VA, Jul 28, 1864
Private Aaron B. MCCLELLAN – farmer – killed at Chancellorsville VA, May 3, 1863
Private Albert B. MCCLELLAN – student – died of “disease” Jul 8-9, 1862, place unknown
Private Cyrus F. MCCLELLAN – farmer – killed at Chancellorsville VA, May 3, 1863
Private James H. MCCLELLAN – unknown – discharged Oct 10, 1862 for disability
Private James H. MCCLELLAN – farmer – present /accounted for through Oct 1864
Private Joseph H. MCCLELLAN – farmer – discharged Oct 11, 1861 for “phthisis pulmonalis”
Private Marshall D. McCLURE – farmer – died Aug 22, 1864 at Petersburg VA of “Exhaustion”
Private John S. McCOMMONS – farmer – died prior to Aug 19,1862 at Wilson, NC, [cause] unknown
Private Daniel E. McEACHEARN – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC, May 1, 1865
Private Zimri M. McEACHEARN – farmer Cabarrus – wounded at Chancellorsville, died May 12, 1863
Private Robert C.C. McKINLEY – farmer – discharged Nov 21, 1863 for disability
Private John M.W. McKINLY – unknown – died of “disease” Jul 10, 1862, place unknown
Private James L. MARTIN – farmer – took Oath of Allegiance Jun 12, 1865, Elmira, NY
Private Joseph G. MARTIN – farmer – died in Richmond VA of wounds Oct 3, 1864
Private Alexander L. MAXWELL – unknown – died in Winchester VA (unknown) Oct 31, 1862
Private John MICHAEL – unknown – died in July 1862 of “disease,” unknown place
Private Benjamin H. MOORE – farmer – killed at Gravel Hill VA Jul 28, 1864
Private Joseph T. MOORE – unknown – paroled at Greensboro NC May 1, 1865
Private David C. MORRISON – farmer – died Jul 28, 1864, place and cause not reported
Private Elam J. MORRISON – farmer – mortally wounded May 3, 1863, died Jul 25, 1863
Private Leroy M. MORRISON – unknown – reported absent wounded thru Oct 1864
Corporal Samuel D. MORRISON – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC May 1, 1865.
Private John MOTLEY – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC May 1, 1865.
Private Isaac H. NEWELL – farmer – died at Brooks Run on Aug 6, 1862 of disease
Private Wm. J. NICHOLSON – unknown – took Oath of Allegiance Jun 12, 1865, Elmira, NY
Private William D. NOLES – unknown – wounded at Ox Hill VA, died prior to Sep 1, 1863
Private J.H. OVERCASH – unknown – died on Jun 9, 1864. cause and place unknown
Private S.C. OVERCASH – unknown – died on Aug 17, 1864 of typhoid, place unknown
Private Balis E. PARRISH – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC May 1, 1865
Private David H. PERVIANCE – unknown – died at Point Lookout MD Nov 21, 1863 (smallpox)
Private Benjamin F. PETITE – farmer – paroled at Appomattox VA Apr 9, 1865
Corporal Isaac N. PHARR – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC May 1, 1865
Private Samuel A. PHILLIPS – unknown – paroled at Greensboro NC May 1, 1865
Private Henry M. POLK – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC May 1, 1865
Private James P. QUERY – farmer – died at Salisbury NC on Oct 26, 1863 of disease
Private John N. QUERY – farmer – killed at Ox Hill VA, Sep 1, 1862
Private John N.G. RODGERS – unknown – wounded at Gettysburg and captured
Private Thomas S. RODGERS – farmer – “lost” in battle at Chancellorsville VA
Private James S. RUSSELL – farmer – paroled at Charlotte NC on May 24, 1865
Private Samuel RUSSELL – farmer – wounded at Ox Hill VA, died on Nov 15, 1862
Private Williamson M. RUSSELL – unknown – killed at Sharpsburg MD on Sep 17, 1862
Private James C. SCOTT – farmer – died in Richmond VA of “erysipelas,” Dec 1, 1863
Corporal Eli J. SMITH – farmer – killed at Ox Hill VA, Sep 1, 1862
Private Hugh J. SMITH – unknown – died on Nov 10, 1863 of disease, place unknown
Sergeant William W. SMITH – student – present or accounted for thru Oct 1864
Private James H. SNEAD – blacksmith – died in Carolina City NC Nov 9, 1861, cause unk.
Private William SNEAD – blacksmith – paroled at Charlotte NC May 6, 1865
Private James A. SPEARS – unknown – deserted/paroled at Jackson MS May 19, 1865
Private Winslow SPEARS – unknown – died in Goldsboro NC Apr 7, 1862, cause unk.
Private Erastus S. STANSILL – farmer – wounded at Fredericksburg, died Dec 19, 1862
Private William L. STANSILL – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC May 1, 1865
Private William M. STINSON – farmer – paroled at Appomattox VA Apr 9, 1865
Private Francis H. STOWE – farmer – retired to the Invalid Corps on Apr 22, 1864
Private Charles TAYLOR – farmer – reported absent/wounded thru Oct 1864
Private Hugh S. TAYLOR – farmer – died in Lynchburg VA, typhoid fever, Jul 10, 1862
Private Giles D. TEETER – farmer – died in Richmond VA of pneumonia Dec 28, 1862
Private Marshall H. TEETER – farmer – discharged at Carolina City “ulcer” Nov 29, 1861
Private Monroe TEETER – farmer – deserted, Oath of Allegiance Sep 5, 1864 W. VA.
Private Calvin VARNER – farmer – discharged Camp Gregg VA, Jan 23, 1863
Private Joseph C. WELCH – farmer – died in Richmond VA of disease Aug 2, 1862
Private Alexander P. WHITE – unknown – died in Petersburg VA of wounds Jul 28, 1864
Private Daniel C. WHITE – farmer – died in Cabarrus NC, unk. cause Jan 22, 1862
Sergeant David H. WHITE – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC on May 1, 1865
Private James M. WHITE – unknown – killed at Gravel Hill VA on Jul 28, 1864
Private James Queary WHITE – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC on May 1, 1865
Private James R. WHITE – unknown – discharged Sep 17, 1864, unknown reason
Private Richard J. WHITE – farmer – killed at Spotsylvania, VA, May 12, 1864
Private Shaw William WHITE – farmer – paroled at Greensboro NC on May 1, 1865
Private Victor D. WHITE – paroled at Greensboro NC on May 1, 1865
Sergeant William S. WHITE – unknown – killed at Jone’s Farm VA Sep 30, 1864
Private David R. WINECOFF – unknown – died at Pt. Lookout MD “diarrhea” Jan 11, 1864
Private Henry D. WINECOFF – unknown – died Feb 14, 1863 Richmond VA, leg amputated
Private James B. WINECOFF – unknown – paroled at Greensboro NC on May 1, 1865
Private William H. WINECOFF – farmer – died Dec 9, 1862 in Staunton VA of pulmonalis
Private George A. YERTON – farmer – killed at Gaines Mill VA Jun 27, 1862
Private Joseph YORK – unknown – died at home on Nov 3, 1862, cause unknown
Private Jesse G. YORKE -farmer – killed at Chancellorsville VA May 3, 1863