Research Counting the Confederate Service Records of Black and Mulatto Men

19thGeorgia

1st Lieutenant
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
"He's a Confederate soldier? He's a Rebel?"

From 2017:


839
Martin Lamotte
Private
FMC
Beauregard Native Guards (Company), 1st Louisiana Native Guards
CSR


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RedRover

Private
Joined
Dec 16, 2019
More armed Camp Servants with the 12th Virginia Cavalry, Laurel Brigade.

From George Baylor's "Bull Run to Bull Run" (Richmond, 1900), p. 345-347, regarding the camp servants of Co. B, 12th VA Cavalry.
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And more specific regarding the armaments of the camp servants, who participated in the charges at Brandy Station (June 9, 1863):
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James Marshall,
Hernando, FL.
 

19thGeorgia

1st Lieutenant
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
More armed Camp Servants with the 12th Virginia Cavalry, Laurel Brigade.

From George Baylor's "Bull Run to Bull Run" (Richmond, 1900), p. 345-347, regarding the camp servants of Co. B, 12th VA Cavalry.
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And more specific regarding the armaments of the camp servants, who participated in the charges at Brandy Station (June 9, 1863):
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James Marshall,
Hernando, FL.
Camp servants of Company B, 12th Virginia Cavalry

840
Carter Robinson
Cook

841
Phil Williams
Hostler

842
Tom Langford
Hostler

843
John Sorrell
Driver

844
Overton
Cook



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19thGeorgia

1st Lieutenant
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
849
James Wilkinson
Private
"mulatto" (census)
Company A, 25th South Carolina Infantry
CSR, Census

Enlisted at Marion Courthouse, SC, April 20, 1862. Captured at Fort Fisher, NC, January 15, 1865. POW at Elmira, NY. Released July 7, 1865. Residence (or nearest post office): Fairbluff, NC.

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"The Bombardment of Fort Fisher, January 15, 1865" Ships of the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron bombarding Fort Fisher, North Carolina, prior to the ground assault that captured the fortification.

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Fairbluff, NC (NE corner of map) on state line adjacent to Marion District, SC
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Section of map of North and South Carolina by A.J. Johnson, 1860


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19thGeorgia

1st Lieutenant
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
850
Jesse Lynch
"Captain's Cook" (not enlisted)
"mulatto" (census)
Company K, 5th North Carolina Cavalry
CSR, Census

Captured in Carteret County, NC, May 4, 1863.

Company K, 5th NC Cavalry/Record of Events, Roll for April 30 to August 31, 1863:
"The company was in a skirmish on 4th May last in Carteret County, N. C. in which it lost two men killed and twelve captured."

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1860 Census

Not many JL's in North Carolina, but this is the only one (age-wise) that could have served during the Civil War-
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Andersonh1

Brigadier General
Moderator
Joined
Jan 12, 2016
Location
South Carolina
Jordan Noble appears to have been a local celebrity in New Orleans, due to his role in the war of 1812.

New Orleans daily crescent. [volume] ([New Orleans, La.]) 1851-1866, January 01, 1861
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New Orleans daily crescent. ([New Orleans, La.]) 1851-1866, April 27, 1861
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Des Arc semi-weekly citizen. (Des Arc, Ark.) 1861-1861, May 31, 1861
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Shreveport daily news. (Shreveport, La.) 1861-1861, October 30, 1861
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And there are plenty of other news stories that refer to him and his military service during the war.
 
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