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Numerous Loves, of the prominent North Carolina Love family, served in the 16th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, 62nd North Carolina Regiment, and in Thomas' Legion of Cherokee Indians and Highlanders.

The real Private W. P. Inman, portrayed by Jude Law in the movie Cold Mountain, was a Haywood County highlander who served in Company F, Twenty-fifth North Carolina Infantry Regiment. Several of his brothers served in the Twenty-fifth and Sixty-second North Carolina Infantry Regiments. See: William P. Inman's Compiled Military Service Record (CMSR): National Archives.

Recommended Reading: North Carolina's Civil War Regiments and State Troops; Famous North Carolina Civil War Regiments and Battles; North Carolina’s Confederate Civil War History

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