The Randolph Hornets in the Civil War: A History and Roster of Company M, 22nd North Carolina Regiment
This book conveys the history of the Randolph Hornets and the company's members through both official and personal accounts. Articles by Sergeant John T. Turner in 1914 recalling his experiences with the company are included as well as an in-depth history of the company battle flag, its capture and its return to the county. A complete roster of the company includes genealogical information and short biographies for several of the men. The final chapter provides information about the local reenactment group based on the company, whose performances provide a sense of the hardships of 19th century military life.
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1865 after taking 22nd Regiment A. P. Hill Allred Appomattox Court House April army Asheboro assigned to Company Battalion battle born boys Breedlove brigade brother buried Camp Holmes Capt captured Cedar Falls Chancellorsville Chatham County Confederate pension confined at Point Courier Court House died enemy enlisted at age enlisted at Camp enlisted in Company Evansport farmer Federals flag Foust Franklinville Fredericksburg Gettysburg Gray's Chapel Guilford County Hayes Jackson James John John Milton John Turner July June Kivett lieutenant living March married Moore County North Carolina Oath of Allegiance pany paroled at Greensboro Petersburg Point Lookout Raleigh Ramseur Randolph County Randolph Hornets reported absent resided in Randolph returned to duty returned to Randolph Richmond river Routh Sept September 1862 Sergeant served Seven Pines soldier Stephen Ward taking the Oath Trogdon troops Turner Turner's Romance United Methodist cemetery unspecified date Virginia William Yankees York