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14th Virginia Cavalry (CSA), US Civil War Project

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  • Andrew Jackson Bishop (1839 - 1934)
    Civil War Veteran. Andrew Zimmerman was a member of Company D, 5th Alabama Cavalry, CSA during the War. [the inscription states Joined Confederate Army in 1862, Ham Carpenter's Co.D, 5th Battalion unde...
  • Captain (CSA) 14th VA, Absalom Knotts, Civil War veteran (1830 - 1900)
    Absalom “Captain” Knotts BIRTH 11 Dec 1830 DEATH 23 Apr 1900 (aged 69) BURIAL Minnora Cemetery Minnora, Calhoun County, West Virginia Children Mary Zella Knotts Harshman 1851–1929 Photo Simon A...
  • Sgt.14th.VA (CSA), James Rufus Knotts, Civil War veteran (1836 - 1907)
    Rufus Knotts BIRTH 11 Apr 1836 DEATH 10 May 1907 (aged 71) BURIAL Walnut Cemetery Calhoun County, West Virginia, KNOTTS, Rufus, 1st Sergeant, Co. E, 14th Virginia Cavalry. Born in Jackson Co., V...
  • Pvt. George Adam Schoolcraft (CSA) (1843 - 1922)
    George Schoolcraft enlisted in Company M, 14th Virginia Cavalry Regiment (CSA) in Greenbrier County VA September 1, 1862.
  • Pvt. James W. Schoolcraft (CSA) (1840 - d.)
    James Schoolcraft enlisted in Company M, 14th Virginia Cavalry Regiment (CSA) in Greenbrier County VA (WV) Sep 1 1862.

Company A - "White's Mounted Riflemen" commanded by Captain Mooreman B. White and were primarily from Greenbrier County.

Company B - "Charlotte Cavalry", commanded by Captain Edwin E. Bouldin, from Charlotte

Company C - "Valley Cavalry or Rangers", commanded by Captain William A. Lackey, from Augusta and Highland counties.

Company D - "Jenkins Guards", not officially mustered into service till Oct 1, 1862. Captain Robert B. Moorman, from Greenbrier County.

Company E - Captain Absalom Knott's company, from Calhoun County.

Company F (1st) - Captain James B Morgan's Company, from Boone County. Transferred to the 36 Battalion Virginia Cavalry May-June 1863.

Company F (2nd) - Captain William T Smith's Company from Montgomery and Roanoke Counties. Formed May 11,1863 to replace the original Company F.

Company G - "Border Rangers", Captain Waller R Preston, from Montgomery and Roanoke Counties.

Company H - "Second Rockbridge Dragoons", Captain John A. Gibson, from Rockbridge County.

Company I - "Churchville Cavalry", Captain James A. Cochran, from Augusta County.

Company K - "Greenbrier Swifts or Greenbrier Cavalry #2", Captain Benjamin F. Eakle, from Greenbrier County.

Company L - Captain John T. Bland, from Braxton and Nicholas Counties. Transferred to the 17th Virginia Cavalry as Company I on January 28,1863.

Company M - "Braxton Dragoons", Captain Clinton B. Duffield. Transferred to the 36 Battalon Cavalry as Company B on February 5, 1863.

Company N - "Night Hawk Rangers", Captain James S.A. Crawford, from Roane, Jackson, Wirt, and Wood Counties. Reassigned as Company F 17th Virginia Cavalry on January 28, 1863.

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