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North Carolina Infantry Regiment Battle Flag  The 2nd North Carolina Volunteer Infantry regiment carried this battle flag.

North Carolina Infantry Regiment Battle Flag The North Carolina Volunteer Infantry regiment carried this battle flag.

$5 Georgia Confederate Civil War Note #16021 Dated April 6, 1864 Milledgeville

$5 Georgia Confederate Civil War Note #16021 Dated April 6, 1864 Milledgeville

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*FLAG ~ 61st Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment Battle Flag.

The was a regiment in Major General William Mahones division, This flag was surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse on April A Connecticut soldier took the flag home. Wool bunting and cotton.

Battle flag of the 55th Regiment North Carolina state Troops. It served in Davis'/Cooke's Brigade, Heth's Division, 3rd Corps (Hill's), ANV. The 55th lost their first flag at Gettysburg on July 3rd, 1863 in front of the stone wall near the Bryan Farm. This flag was issued to the Regt. as a replacement but it was captured during the fight at the Battle of Weldon Railroad, August 19, 1864 by Pvt. Jennings, Co. K, 56th Pa. Volunteer Infantry.

Battle Flag of the NC Captured at the Battle of Weldon Railroad , August 1864 The North Carolina Infantry Regimen.

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1st North Carolina Cavalry Regt Battle Flag. James B. Gordon, a Major in the 1st North Carolina Cav Regt at the beginning of the war, was promoted through the ranks and eventually became a Brigade Commander (commanding four N.C. Cavalry Regiments) under Gen Hampton’s Div of Cav. Brig. Gen. Gordon suffered an arm wound in May 1864 at the battle of Yellow Tavern. The wound was not mortal but erysipelas set. He died a few days later. It is rumored that this same flag had draped the General’s…

My husband's g-grandfather fought in the NC under this flag Private Martin Van Buren White of Chowan Co.

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Battle Flag No. 62 Captured at the Battle of Gettsyburg on July 3, 1863, by the 12th New Jersey Infantry, this flag is believed to have belonged to the 26th North Carolina Infantry. A history of the 26th Infantry records the following report on the incident in which the flag was captured: "Our color bearer, a member of Company K, Facuett's Company from Alamance County, succeeded in passing over this fence, but fell mortally wounded. He died that night with his face to the enemy. Our colors…

Battle Flag Of The North Carolina (The Museum Of The Confederacy) ​"North Carolina cannot remain much longer stationary; she must write her destiny either under the flag of Mr. Lincoln and aid to coerce the south or unite with the south to.

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