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1st Lt. John Emerson was a 24 year old from Cartersville, NC in the 26th NC. As he charged forward with Company E "The Independent Guards" he was wounded and would be captured July 5. He would die in a New York hospital of his wounds.

1st Lt. John Emerson was a 24 year old from Cartersville, NC in the 26th NC. As he charged forward with Company E "The Independent Guards" he was wounded and would be captured July 5. He would die in a New York hospital of his wounds.

Pvt. James Henry Clayton Co. A, 50th North Carolina Survived the Battle of Bentonville and was paroled in Greensboro, May 9, 1865

Pvt. James Henry Clayton Co. A, 50th North Carolina Survived the Battle of Bentonville and was paroled in Greensboro, May 9, 1865

Captain Henry C. Albright, 26th North Carolina Infantry, Company G, "Chatham Boys". dmw

Captain Henry C. Albright, 26th North Carolina Infantry, Company G, "Chatham Boys". dmw

2nd Lt. Joel Jackson Denmark, Co. A 27th NC Infantry, KIA at Bristoe Station.

2nd Lt. Joel Jackson Denmark, Co. A 27th NC Infantry, KIA at Bristoe Station.

Private Elijah Joyner was a member of Company A of the 47th NC. He was 23 years old from Nash County. During the July 3 assault he was wounded in the side and would die of his wounds July 6

Private Elijah Joyner was a member of Company A of the 47th NC. He was 23 years old from Nash County. During the July 3 assault he was wounded in the side and would die of his wounds July 6

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