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Click to enlargeVolume XIX: <br>Miscellaneous Battalions <br>and Companies <br>North Carolina Troops

Edited by Matthew M. Brown and Michael W. Coffey

This volume contains the unit histories and troop rosters
for six battalions and twenty-five independent companies
of North Carolina troops.

The battalions included are Avery’s, Hahr’s, McLean’s,
Mallett’s, the Salisbury Prison Guard Battalion, and
Clark’s Special Battalion Militia. Mallett’s fought in the
December 1862 Battle of Kinston. Clark’s was assembled
to assist in the defense of New Bern in March 1862.

The independent companies included in this volume are Banks’s, Bass’s, Cox’s, Croom’s,
Devane’s, Doughton’s, Duke’s, Galloway’s, Gibbs’s, Griswold’s, Harding’s, Hoskins’s,
Howard’s, Lanier’s, Lawrence’s, Lee’s, Luke’s, Lyon’s, McDugald’s, Mallett’s, Myers’s,
Nelson’s, Townsend’s, Wallace’s, and Warren’s. Most of these companies were formed
for local or special service. Duke’s and Luke’s companies took part in action at Fort Hatteras
in August 1861.

A well-researched history of each battalion/company is followed by a complete roster and
service records for all who served in the unit. A thorough index concludes the volume.

Hardbound. Pp. xiii, 516. Illus. Index. (2013)


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