The  14th N.C. Regiment

The 14th North Carolina Home Page

Company Rosters &
  Roll of the Dead

Biographies of officers and men of the
14th N.C. Regiment

Company Profiles
Profiles of the companies that comprised
 the 14th N.C. Regiment

Major Battles
Major battles in which the 14th N.C. was engaged and links to additional battle information

Other Links
of Interest

Sites with references to the 14th N.C. Infantry

By Company

Field and Staff

Company "A"
Roanoke Minute Men

Company "B"
Thomasville Rifles

Company "C"
Anson Guard

Company "D"
Cleveland Blues
Company "E"
Oak City Guard
Company "F"
Rough and Ready Guards
Company "G"
Reid Guard
Company "H"
Stanly Marksmen

Company "I"
Lexington Wild Cats

Company "K"
Raleigh Rifles


Roll of the Dead, 14th North Carolina Regiment

The 14th Infantry Regiment, formerly the 4th Volunteers, completed its organization in June, 1861, at Garysburg, North Carolina. Its companies were raised in the counties of Halifax, Onslow, Anson, Cleveland, Wake, Cumberland, Northampton, Stanly, and Davidson. With more than 1,000 men, the regiment moved to Virginia where it was placed in the Department of Norfolk. Later it was assigned to General Colston's, G. B. Anderson's, Ramseur's, and Cox's Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia.

The 14th participated in the various campaigns of the army from Williamsburg to Cold Harbor, fought with Early in the Shenandoah Valley, and ended the war at Appomattox. It sustained 17 casualties at Williamsburg, 102 during the Seven Days' Battles, 139 in the Maryland Campaign, 4 at Fredericksburg, and 142 at Chancellorsville. Of the 306 engaged at Gettysburg, twenty percent were disabled, and there was 1 killed and 4 wounded at Bristoe. It surrendered 7 officers and 107 men [at Appomattox].

The field officers were Colonels R. Tyler Bennett, Junius Daniel, and Philetus W. Roberts; Lieutenant Colonels William A. Johnston and George S. Lovejoy; and Majors Edward Dixon, Paul F. Faison, and Joseph H. Lambeth.

Joseph H. Crute, Jr., Units of the Confederate States Army,
Copyright 1987 by Joseph H. Crute, Jr., page 221

Source for Company rosters and "Roll of the Dead" is "North Carolina Troops, 1861-1865, A Roster, Vol. V. Infantry, 11th-15th Regiments, 13th Battalion", Compiled by Weymouth T. Jordan, Jr., unit histories by Louis H. Manarin, Raleigh, North Carolina, State Division of Archives and History, 1990, pages 386-493