Dorton, William P., Private Company G Covington, KY Nertch, James, Private Company E, deserted Frasher, John, Private Company F Later in the war, the 39th landed at Utah Beach on 10 June 1944 (D+4) with other reinforcing units and then fought through the rugged French countryside. Wright, James C., Private Company B Whitt, William, Private Company E, deserted Jones, Ambrose, Private Company B Blankenship, P.J., Private Company I, deserted Burchett, Richard L., 2nd Lt. Company A Thornbury, Walter, 2d Lt. Company D, killed in action Sept. 22, 1863, May 19, 1863 Elkins, Samuel, Corporal Company A Clark, John E., Sergeant Company C Hurley, Samuel, Private Company H, died Oct. 24, 1863, at Mt. Taylor, Alvis, Private Company E, deserted Ramey, John, Private Company G Hill, William E., Private Company A Tucker, John, Private Company I, deserted Clark, Andrew Jackson, Private Company D, died July 2, 1863, at Ashland, McBrayer, Lewis P., Private Company D Meade, Mc., Private Company K, deserted Company F, promoted from Sgt. Wolford, George, Private Company D Hall, Marion, Private Co. B, died March 11th, 1863, in Floyd County, Kelley, William, Private Company C 39th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry Historical Notes: The North Carolina 39th Infantry Regiment was organized at Camp Patton, Asheville, North Carolina, in July, 1861, as a five company battalion. Company A Charles, John, Private Company H, died April 9, 1863, at Louisa, of Lineage and Honors Information as of 12 November 2013. Branham, George W., Private Company G Hamilton, James W., Private Company D Shepherd, Daniel, Private Company F Allen, Jeremiah, Private Company H, deserted 1st Brigade, 4th Division, XXIII Corps, Department of the Ohio, to August 1863. Bowe, James S., Private Company A Sizemore, John, Private Company F, killed Dec. 7, 1862, of accidental Bolen, Enoch, Private Company F Gibson, William, Private Company F Martin, Simpson, Private Company F Hatfield, Jeremiah, Private Company H trans. Cook, Jarred, Private Company H Staff as Sgt.-Maj. Ward, Nathaniel, Private Company E Hicks, Jesse, Private Company F Parsons, Dillard, 1st Lt. Company E, resigned March 11, 1863 Goodman, William K., Private Company F Hatfield, John F., Private Company H, captured Jan. 9, 1864, and supposed Allen, George J., 1st Lt. Company F, resigned November 14, 1865 Company C Poston, Harvey G., Private Company A Pauley, Shadle R., 2d Lt. Company E Rowe, Loyd, Sergeant Company D Powers, William P., Private Company I, deserted Preston, Calvin, 2d Lt. Company F The unit was ordered to Tennessee, then Mississippi where it was brigaded under T.H. Company E, discharged Oct. 31, 1864, on Robison, Samuel, Private Company B Baldwin, John W. , Private Company B Stewert, William, Private Company I Stump, L. D., Private Company H, deserted Francis, Andrew, Private Company C, transferred to Co. E Company E, discharged Sizemore, Jefferson, Private Company F Bevins, George M. D., Private Company E, discharged June 10, 1865, Morgan, William, Private Company F From Milwaukee the regiment moved to Memphis, Tennessee, between June 13-17, 1864. Goff, Martin, Private Company E Originally organized for service in World War I, the 39th fought in most of the conflicts involving the United States during the 20th century, and since 1990 the 2nd Battalion has served as a training unit stationed at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. I Allen, Andrew Co. H 10th Ky Cav. Mainard, Thomas, Private Company D disability Sizemore, Farris, Private Company F Coleman, Richard D., 1st Lt. Company H, killed in action at Turman's Harkness, Joseph S., Private Co. E discharged Sep. 7, 1864, commissioned Gilispie, Thomas R., Private Company C Vanhoose, Samuel, Private Company G Hailey, Alfred C., 1st Lt. Company D promoted to Captain, Co. E, May Fields, Lewis, Private Company C Hall, Richard, Private Company K, deserted Hite, Robert, Private Company A Roberts, Preston, Private Company I, transferred to Company C KY Pinson, Thomas, Private Company H, transferred to Company I, August Nelson, Gabriel, Private Company G, discharged 21 Nov. 1864, at Ashland, KY Hagerman, William, Corporal Company I to Company H Mounts, Charles W., Private Company E Akers, William, Private Company A Reffett, Daniel, Private Company F Sowards, Martin B., Private Company C, died March 30th, 1863, at Louisa, McBrayer, Soloman S., Private Company D, died April 13, 1863, at Louisa, AustinLight ThomasO.Osborn. Mounts, Jackson, Private Company H Runyon, Calvery, Private Company E Moyers, James D., Private Company E Harkins, John J., Private Company B Hill, David, Private Company E Blankenship, F. M., Private Company H Mead, Robert, Private Company B Sowards, James M., 1st Lt. Company E, resigned Feb. 21, 1865 Rogers, James, Private Company E Payne, John D., Private Company I Keathley, Sympkins, Private Company B Long, Alfred, Private Company E Kenady, Solomon B., Corporal Company B, deserted Sept. 25, 1863 Stratton, William Harvey, Private Company C Slone, Simeon, Private Company I Castle, Benjamin F., Private Company A Collins, Nathaniel , Private Company B, discharged and promoted to Mounts, Harrison, Private Company I, deserted Stratton, Alexander, Private Company C McCoy, John, Private Company H Smith, Milton , Private Company C Miller, Addison, 2nd Lieutenant Company G Berry, William T., Private Company G Vanhook, William, Private Company B McCoy, Ulysses, Private Company H Davis, Henry, Sr., Private Company I, died Jan. 9, 1865, at Camp Nelson, Adams, James M., Private Company A KY Its service in this war earned the regiment its nickname "Fighting Falcons". Borders, Hezekiah, Private Company G, died 6 Sep. 1864, at Ashland, Helton, Charles, 2nd Lt Company I, dropped from the rolls by General Ross, James, Private Company C, deserted August 12, 1864, at Louisa, Rosters of the New York Infantry Regiments during the Civil War. at Louisa, KY Huger, Wesley R., Private Company E Baldwin, Alexander, Corporal Company B Pack, William, Private Company G Phillips, William E., promoted from Assistant Surgeon to Surgeon January Wright, Charles V., Private Company E Ratliff, Thomas, Corporal Company C, died April 8th, 1863, at Ashland, Newsome, James, Private Company C, transferred to Co. E, deserted The Mississippi 39th Infantry Regiment was organized at Jackson, Mississippi, during the late spring of 1862. Howell, John., Private Company B KY McCown, Thomas, Sergeant Company D 6, 1865 Mosely, William, Private Company G, deserted Stump, James, Private Company H, deserted Penix, Isaac W., Private Company D Aldridge, Aly, Private Company C, transferred to Co. Tipton, David, Private Company K Berry, William T., 1st Lt. Company E Frasier, Cirus, Private Company B May, John H., Private Company E Davis, John, Private Company I Riley, Thomas, Private Company K King, John, Private Company E Brady, Elias, Private Company F England, George W., Private Company B Raynes, John, Private Company H, deserted VA White, David, Private Company I Its services included garrison duty, railroad guard and picket duty around Memphis, as well as the repulse of the Confederate attack on Memphis, August 21, 1864. McCoy, Andrew J., Private Company E, died Dec. 11, 1862, at Pike County, The battalions had also received three Republic of Vietnam Crosses of Gallantry with Palm, the Republic of Vietnam Civil Action Medal, First Class, two Valorous Unit Awards and its fourth Presidential Unit Citation. May, Daniel, Private Company E Johnson, Solomon, Sergeant Company C Stacy, William, Private Company C Blankenship, Oliver, Private Company H Swiney, Spincer, Private Company D Davis, Squire, Private Company I The information contained in the following roster of the company was compiled principally from company muster rolls for February 1 through April 30, … During fighting in Sicily, Italy, the regiment came under the command of Colonel Harry A. Webb, William W., Private Company A Justice, John, Private Company D Jourdan, George W., Private Company A Nelson, Jacob, Private Company F Dempsey, Joseph B., Sergeant Company E Barnett, Sebra, Corporal Company F, drowned June 23, 1865, near Cincinnati, Jones, Granville, Private Company C, deserted April 10, 1863, at Ashland, Parsley, Samuel, Private Company I, absent sick at muster-out of Company May, Joseph, Private Company E, died May 17, 1863, at Ashland, KY On April 26, 1865, less than 90 officers and men surrendered. Corps Jacob, James, Private Company C Elliott, Abraham, Private Company A 39th Infantry Regiment was organized at Jackson, Mississippi, during the late spring of 1862. Justice, Edmund, Private Company F Marcum, Thomas, Private Company I Vanover, David, Private Company B Mims, David A., Colonel, promoted to Colonel and Commanding Officer Ratliff, William, Private Company F, died May 1, 1863, at Ashland, KY, of erysipelas Calhoun, Robert, Private Company B KY Morgan, William, Private Company B, died July 19th, 1863, at Ashland, Youts, (Younts) Solomon, Private Co. K, previously served in Co. D, Mollett, Elias B., Private Company G Powers, William H., Private Company K, killed in action, 12 June 1864, Crum, Adam, Private Company G Watkins, Wilson, Private Company G, deserted Williams, William H., Sergeant Company H Norman, William Reilly, Private Company H rolls Ratliff, Harrison, Private Company D Osborn, Thomas, Private Company F 1, 1863 Adkins, Lewis, Corporal Company D Vanhoose, John B., 1st Lt. Company G Deboard, John, Corporal Company G Childers, Pleasant, Private Company D Childers, Henry, Private Company G Biggs, Wiloby, Private Company F Davenport, William, Private Company A Blankenship, Isam, Private Company K, died 21 March 1863, at Louisa, Collins, Simon, Private Company F Mounts, Asberry, Private Company G Childers, Alexander, Private Company I KY Frasier, William, Private Company B Horn, John, Private Company K Roberson, Geo W., Sr, Private Company A Akers, Caleb, Private Company B Miller, Lafayette, Private Company G, deserted KY, buried at Lexington National Cemetery, grave Dotson, Elijah, Private Company H Wolford, Daniel, Private Company H, transferred to Company D, March Little, Reuben, Private Company K Sturgeon, William, Private Company F Slone, Morgan, Private Company I, deserted Volume 1, (pp. Rogers, John, Private Company K Spencer, John H., Corporal Company G Adams, Moses, Private Company F, deserted Burriss, William H., Corporal Company E Baker, William P., Private Company D Music, George W., Private Company A Phillips, William, Private Company H, captured near Turman's Ferry, Ramsey, James W., Corporal Company B Hamilton, Craig, Private Company B Kidd, James L., Private Company G Harrison, Calvin, Sergeant Company I Steltower, Claborne W., Private Company H KY Kenady, James, Private Company K, died 28 Dec. 1864, at Louisa, KY Hurley, William, Private Company H, captured at Turman's Ferry, returned 5th Colored Cavalry Dec. 29, 1863, at Ashland, KY When the 39th Infantry Regiment returned to Hawaii and deactivated in September, 1969, its battle streamers now included Counteroffensive Phase II, Counteroffensive Phase III, TET Counteroffensive, Counteroffensive Phase IV, Counteroffensive Phase V, Counteroffensive Phase VI, TET 69 Counteroffensive, and Summer-Fall 1969. Cook, Thomas A., Private Company G GA Brown, Jeremiah, Private Company D, discharged July 23, 1865, at Louisa, Hall, Isham, Private Company I, discharged Feb. 15, 1864, at Louisa, KY Brock, Aaron, Private Company E Kendrick, Thomas J., Private Company I, deserted Prater, Ezekial, Private Company F Breeding, Albert J., 1st Sergeant Company H May, Harvey, Private Company E, deserted Davis, Benjamin, Jr., Private Company I Ramsey, John F., Private Company B, died March 27th, 1863, at Louisa, Reynolds, John, Private Company A McCoy, John R., Private Company H Slaughter, George Lafayette (Sergeant) – Company F, 39th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, North Carolina Troops. Regiments, Rosters and Muster Rolls; Virginia. Salyer, Henry, Private Company F Henderman, Leo, Private Company E Cook, William A., Private Company E, deserted Helton, Robert, Private Company B, died September 8th, 1865 returned April 30, 1863 Cemetery, Jones, Oklahoma (Oklahoma County) Dotson, George W., Private Company H Blackburn, Nathaniel, Private Company D Alley, Joseph H., Private Company B Hampton, Levi J., Adjutant, killed in action in the Johnson County to 2Lt. escaped Dec. 1, 1864 Caudill, Jackson, Private Company K Creek, Floyd Co., KY McKinsey, Ballard P., Private Company K, died on September 5, 1865, McCowen, James, Private Company K July 1, 1863, to Co. E, died Hamilton, Kenas F., Private Company K, died 5 Dec. 1864, at Louisa, Stapleton, Isaac, Private Company G May, Soloman, Private Company B Roton, Jonathan, 1st Sgt. Powers, Linsey M., Private Company K Young, Jobe, Private Company K Flemmon Clay, Private Company G, died 28 May 1863, at Louisa, KY Sanders, Zachariah T., Private Company I Adams, William, Private Company K Jones, Jesse, Private Company H Transferred to Company F, 39th Regiment and promoted to Captain, Feb. 14, 1862. McGuire, William, Corporal Company C, captured Dec. 4, 1862; released Dec. 1864, at Lexington, KY Dorchester Roster - War of 1812 - 48th Regiment of the 12th Brigade. KY, on account of disability Blair, Isaiah , Private Company B Weddington, Jacob, Private Company A, died Feb. 5th, 1865, at Ashland, wound Baity, James, Private Company K, deserted Webb, Joseph H., Private Company A Franklin, William J., Private Company A, died July 14th, 1863, at Louisa, 4th Battalion 39th Infantry was reactivated in October 2017 at Fort Jackson. KY Haws, Allen P., Captain Company G Nesbitt, William H., Private Company C Cumpton, William, Private Company K, transferred to Company B, Dale, Cumins, Private Company I Sterling, Nelson, Israel, Private Company E William H., Private Company K Clay, Andrew, Private Company K, deserted Helvey, William, Corporal Company C, discharged April 3, 1865, for Panley, Shadle R., Private Company C, transferred to Co. E, 39th Infantry Hamilton, Leonard, Private Company K Rowe, Stephen, Private Company D, discharged Aug. 18, 1865, at Louisa, returned April 30, 1863 Martin, James A., Private Company K, deserted Vandever, Nicholas T., Private Company I King, Chocklet, Private Company A, discharged date unknown at Louisville, Bolen, Rice, Private Company F Branham, George W., Private Company C Hickman, John W., Sergeant Company G KY Carter, Campbell, Private Company H Miller, James A, Private Company C Blankenship, Washington, Private Company H Lake, James J., Wagoner Company E 15, 1863 Chumbley, Elias B., Private Company E, deserted Adkins, Andrew J., 2d Lt. Company B Rakes, Richard, Private Company I Powers, Joseph D., 1st Lt. Company K Payne, Simeon L., 2nd Lt Company I, promoted from Sgt. Harmon, Lorenzo D., Corporal Company G Carver, Wiley, Private Company F From Pike, Barbour, Henry, Walker, and Russell counties, commissioned in 6th Colored Apr... 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