|University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Senior Class of 1860
From the book:
"The Last Ninety Days of the War in North Carolina"
By Cornelia Phillips Spencer
Adams, Robert B. In service from South Carolina
Alexander, Sydenham B., Capt. 42d NC Regt.
Anderson, Lawrence M., Lieut. Killed at Shiloh
Askew, George W., Capt. Miss Regt.
Attmore, Isaac T. Killed in Virginia
Baird, William W., Lieut. NC Regt.
Barbee, Algernon S., Lieut. Com. Dept. Army of the West
Barrett, Alexander, Lieut. 49th NC Regt.
Battle, Junius C. Killed at Sharp's Mountain
Bond, Lewis, Chief Ord. to Gen. Jackson
Borden, William H., Lieut. 50th NC Regt.
Bowie, John R., Sergt. Signal Corps, Louisiana
Brickell, Sterling H., Capt. 12th NC Regt. Resigned from wounds
Brooks, William M., 3d NC Cav.
Bruce, Charles, Jr. Killed at Richmond
Bryan, George P., Capt. 2d NC Regt. Killed
Bullock, Richard A., Com. Sergt. 12th NC Regt.
Butler, Pierce M., 1st Lieut. 2d SC Cav.
Cole, Alexander T., Capt. 23d NC Regt.
Coleman, Daniel R., 20th NC Regt.
Cooepr, Robert W., Chaplain Cobb's Legion
Cooper, Thomas W., 1st Lieut. 11th NC Regt. Killed at Gettysburgh
Daniel, S. Venable, 1st Lieut. 17th NC Regt.
Davis, Samuel C., Lieut. 4th NC Regt.
Davis, Thomas W., Lieut. 8th NC Regt.
Drake, Edwin L., Col. Tenn. Regt. Cav.
Fain, John H. D., Capt. 33d NC Regt. Killed at Petersburg, 2d April, 1865
Ferrand, Horace, Louisiana Regt.
Fogle, James O. A., Medical Dept, Richmond
Franklin, Samuel R. Died in service
Garrett, Woodston L., Lieut. 8th Ala Cav.
Gay, Charles E., Lieut. Miss Artillery
Graham, James A., Capt. 27th NC Regt.
Haigh, Charles, Sergt.-Major 5th NC Cav.
Hale, Edward J., Jr., Capt. A.A.G. to Gen. Lane
Hardin, Edward J., Lieut and Adjt. Conscript Bureau
Hays, Robert B. Forrest's Cavalry
Headen, William J., Lieut. 26th NC Regt. Killed
Henry, William W., Capt. Artillery, Army of the West
Hightower, Samuel A. 26th Louisiana Regt.
Holliday, Thomas C., Capt. A.A.G. to Gen. Davis, Killed
Houston, R. Bruce B., Lieut. 52d NC Regt.
Jones, H. Francis, Lieut. A.D.C. to Gen. Young, Killed
Jones, Walter J., Heavy Artillery, Afterward, 40th NC Regt.
Kelly, James, Presbyterian clergyman
Kelly, John B., 26th NC Regt.
King, William J., Medical Dept. Richmond
Lutterloh, Jarvis B., Lieut. 56th NC Regt. Killed at Gum Swamp
Martin, Eugene S., Lieut. 1st Battery Heavy Artillery
Martin, George S., Capt. Tenn. Art'y. Killed by bushwhackers
McCallum, James B., Lieut. 51st NC Regt. Killed at Bermuda Hundreds
McClelland, James C. Died in 1861 in Arkansas
McKethan, Edwin T., Lieut. 51st NC Regt.
McKimmon, Arthur N., Q. M. Dept. Raleigh
McKimmon, James, Jr., Lieut. Manly's Battery
Mebane, Cornelius, Adjt. 6th NC Regt.
Mebane, John W., Capt. Tenn Artillery Killed at Kenesaw Mountain
Micou, Augustin, Lieut. and A.A.G. Drew's Battalion
Mimms, Thomas S., Western Army
Nicholson, William T., Capt. 37th NC Regt. Killed
Pearce, Oliver W., 3d Regt. NC Cav.
Pittman, Reddin G., 1st Lieut. Eng. Dep.
Pool, Charles C.
Quarles, George McD. Died in service
Ryal, Tims, Louisiana Regt.
Royster, Iowa, Lieut. 37th NC Regt. Killed at Gettysburgh
Sanders, Edward B., Sergt.-Major 35th NC Regt.
Saunders, Jos. H., Lieut.-Col. 33d NC Regt.
Scales, Erasmus D., Capt. and Com. Sub. 2d NC Cav.
Smith, Farquhard, Jr. 3d NC Cav.
Smith, Norfleet, 1st Lieut. 3d NC Cav.
Smith, Thomas L. Killed at Vicksburg
Sterling, Edward G. Died in service
Strong, Hugh, In South Carolina service
Sykes, Richard L., In Mississippi service
Taylor, George W., Ass't. Surgeon, 26th Louisiana
Thompson, Samuel M., Colonel Tenn. Regt.
Thorp, John H., Capt. 47th NC Regt.
Vaughan, Vernon H. In Alabama service
Wallace, James A., 44th NC Regt.
Wier, Samuel P., Lieurt. 46th NC Regt. Killed at Fredericksburgh
Whitfield, Cicero, Sergt. 53d NC Regt.
Wilson, George L. Died
Wooster, William A., Capt. 1st NC Regt. Killed at Richmond
Of field-officers in the Confederate service, at least thirteen names are among
the Alumni of the University, namely:
Lieut.-General Leonidas Polk
Brig.-General George B. Anderson
L. O'B. Branch
Thomas L. Clingman
Robert D. Johnston
James Johnston Pettigrew
Matt. W. Ransom
Ashley W. Spaight
Adjutant-General R. C. Gatlin
Adjutant-General John F. Hoke
Generals Polk, Anderson, Branch and Pettigrew were killed, and all the others (with the exception of the
two bureau officers) severely wounded.