Nathaniel C. Cash, (CSA)

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Nathaniel C. Cash, (CSA)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Amherst County, Virginia, United States
Death: after 1909
Nelson County, VA, United States
Place of Burial: (hard to find), Amherst County, VA, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of William Willis Cash and Elizabeth Cash
Husband of Missouri Catherine Cash and Olivia "Livy" Rose Cash
Father of Phebe E. Cash; Henry Berry Cash; Eliza J. Bean; Charles E. Cash; Richard Cash and 6 others
Brother of Charles Madison Cash; Sarah Cash; Zebulon Cash; George Cash; Amanda Lucinda Campbell and 2 others

Managed by: Faustine Darsey on partial hiatus
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About Nathaniel C. Cash, (CSA)

Brief History

Lamkin's Company, Virginia Light Artillery (Confederate) Nelson Light Artillery No. 1 was organized in September, 1861 with men recruited in Nelson County. The company surrendered with 1 officer and 12 men. Captains James N. Lamkin and Woodville Latham were in command.

Name: Nathaniel Cash Enlistment Date: 1 Jun 1863
Enlistment Place: Massies Mill, Virginia
Enlistment Rank: Private
Muster Date: 1 Jun 1863
Muster Place: Virginia
Muster Company: Lamkin's
Muster Regiment: Amherst-Nelson LA
Muster Regiment Type: Artillery
Muster Information: Enlisted
Casualty Date: 30 May 1864
Casualty Place: Wayside Hospital, Richmond, Virginia
Type of Casualty: Hospitalized
Side of War: Confederacy
Residence Place: Amherst County, Virginia
Notes: 1864-06-01 Transferred, (Chimborazo Hospl, Richmond, VA); 1864-10-18 Furloughed, (Lowesville, VA), 30 days
Additional Notes: Postwar: farmer, Lowesville in 1907 age 66.
Additional Notes 2: Casualty 2 Date: 30 Sep 1864; Casualty 2 Place: General Hospl 24, Richmond, Virginia; Casualty 2 Casualty Type: Hospitalized; Casualty 3 Date: 07 Oct 1864; Casualty 3 Place: Moore Hospital, Danville, Virginia; Casualty 3 Casualty Type: Hospitalized;
Title: Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records; The Virginia Regimental Histories Series

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Nathaniel C. Cash, (CSA)'s Timeline

1848
March 1848
Amherst County, Virginia, United States