TXR (CSA), John Worley Hatley

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TXR (CSA), John Worley Hatley

Birthplace: Hardin County, Tennessee, United States
Death: November 1867 (33)
Lampasas County, Texas, United States (Infected Toe)
Immediate Family:

Son of Green Wesley Hatley and Elizabeth Penelope Hatley
Husband of Deida Miers Hatley Parker
Brother of Sarah Ann Watson; Marcus Buchanan Hatley and Telitha Cumi Hatley

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About TXR (CSA), John Worley Hatley

John Worley was a Texas Ranger and had been out for days on look out for Indians. Came home with an infected toe and died from it soon after returning home.

Went into Confederate Services til May 1864 Received two land grants of 160 acres each in Lampasas County, TX

This company was raised in Stanly Co NC at Salisbury on Feb 1,1862. It was mustered as Company D of Major George Gibb's prison guard and assigned to guard duty at the Salisbury prison. In April of 1862 the company was reoraganized as a regiment and then became Co. C of the 42nd regiment . The usual length of enlistment was three years. However those that enlisted for less than three years were assigned to William Howard's prison guard and continued to serve at the Salisbury prison. On May 5,1861 a meeting was called at the courthouse and the cause was presented by Dr Richard Anderson. Volunteers were called for. On May 15, 1862, the young volunteers met at the courthouse in the center of Albemarle to organize Company C. The woman of the county supervised by a tailor had previously made confederate uniforms using the only sewing machine in the county that belonged to Mr McCAIN . Dressed in their uniforms and with two fifes and a drum they marched from the courthouse to the Marshall Hotel on the square . Louisa Thomas Hearne appeared on the balcony and sang "The Old North State". The people cheered and threw hats into the air the soldiers started their 30 mile hike to Salisbury ,NC. Robert Carter who was the 1st volunteer carried the flag. They left on the night train from Salisbury to Raleigh where they went into training at Camp Ellis. Zebulon Vance ( later became governor) was on the train that night telling jokes and stories. The regiment also trained at Crawford's farm south of Salisbury . The soldiers often said that Lt. Colonel John E. Brown would rather drill than eat. Some of the battles /skirmishes that this company engaged in: Bermuda Hundreds, Drewery Bluff, Gaines Mill, Sheppardsville, Cold Harbor, Wise's Fork, Newport Barracks , Kinston and Fort Fisher ROSTER Captains: Davidson UNDERWOOD -resided in Stanly Co and enlisted at age 32. Appointed Captain on Feb 28,1862. appointed Major on April 22, 1862 and transferred to the field and Staff of this regiment. James HOWELL- resided in Stanly Co and enlisted in Rowan Co at age 29.Appointed Lt on Feb 4,1862 Promoted to Captain on April 22,1862. Killed at Cold Harbor June 3, 1864 "A gallant officier" Robert Allen CARTER-resided in Stanly Co and enlisted in Rowan Co at age 28. Appointed 2nfd Lieutenant on Feb 28,1862. Promoted to 1st Lieutenant on April 22,1862. Promoted to Captain June 3, 1864 Lieutenants Martin EFIRD, David HATLEY, Samuel MANN William MORTON, Officiers and Privates Hampton ALDRIDGE, corporal Josiah ALDRIDGE, John BLACK, Thomas BLACK, Lawson BLACKWELDER, Benjamin BLAYLOCK, Sergeant John BLAYLOCK , Corporal Martin BOON, Davidson BOSWORTH, J E BRATTAIN, Absolum W. BRATTON, Hiram BRATTON, Calvin BROWN, Alsie BURGESS, Henry Wilson BURGESS, Isaac BURLEYSON, Corporal William BURLEYSON, David BURRIS, Archibald CAGLE, Benjamin CAGLE, Charles CAGLE, Churchwell CARPENTER, John CARPENTER, James CARTER Lewis CARTER Richard CARTER Franklin CAUBLE David COBLE James COBLE, William COBLE, George COLEY, Isaiah COLEY, Isham COLEY, James W. COLEY, Franklin COOPER, Henry COOPER, John COOPER, Archibald COX, Corporal William COX, Daniel CURLEE, Joseph Simeon CURLEE, Henry DAVIS, Stephen DUKE, Henry EASLEY, John EASLEY, John Jacob EFIRD, John EUDY, Adam EUDY, Eli EUDY, George Henry EUDY, Jefferson Green EVANS, Daniel FLOYD, John FLOYD, Rowland FORREST, William FORREST, Davidson FURR, Frederick FURR, James GILBERT, Jesse GILBERT, Stephen GILBERT, Wriley GILBERT, Jacob GLOVER, David GREEN, Thomas Hawkins HALL, Jacob HARTSELL SR, John L.HARTSELL, Isaac S. HARVELL, Calvin HATHCOCK, John H. HATHCOCK, Alexander HATLEY, John HATLEY, Nehemiah HEARNE, ...

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TXR (CSA), John Worley Hatley's Timeline

January 28, 1834
Hardin County, Tennessee, United States
November 1867
Age 33
Lampasas County, Texas, United States