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Civil War 1861 - 1865



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Stokes County Confederate Memorial

"Not for fame or reward -
Not for place or for rank -
Not lured by ambition -
Or goaded by necessity -
But in simple -
Obedience to duty -
As they understood it -
These men suffered all -
Sacrificed All -
Dared all - And Died -"


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Click on the links below to view the names of those Stokes County soldiers who were KIA (Killed in Action), DOW (Died of Wounds), or died from other reasons while fighting for the confederate cause.

 

Company A, 2nd Battalion, N.C. Infantry

Company F, 21st Regiment, N.C. Infantry

Company G, 21st Regiment, N.C. Infantry

Company H, 22nd Regiment, N.C. Infantry

Company D, 52nd Regiment, N.C. Infantry

Company D, 53rd Regiment, N.C. Infantry

Company G, 53rd Regiment, N.C. Infantry

Company H, 53rd Regiment, N.C. Infantry

Other Units

Click here for map of the Civil War

Click here for Regimental History

Note: Wounded in battle and died of wounds are at the same location unless otherwise noted.
Source: North Carolina Troops 1861-1865, A Roster, NC Division of Archives and History, and NC Stokes County Confederate Pensioners List.
Inscription: The above inscription is carved on the Confederate Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery and was written by Dr. Randolph Harrison McKim.