North Carolina Standard, October 7, 1863: 62nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment

Thomas' Legion
American Civil War HOMEPAGE
American Civil War
Causes of the Civil War : What Caused the Civil War
Organization of Union and Confederate Armies: Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery
Civil War Navy: Union Navy and Confederate Navy
American Civil War: The Soldier's Life
Civil War Turning Points
American Civil War: Casualties, Battles and Battlefields
Civil War Casualties, Fatalities & Statistics
Civil War Generals
American Civil War Desertion and Deserters: Union and Confederate
Civil War Prisoner of War: Union and Confederate Prison History
Civil War Reconstruction Era and Aftermath
American Civil War Genealogy and Research
Civil War
American Civil War Pictures - Photographs
African Americans and American Civil War History
American Civil War Store
American Civil War Polls
North Carolina Civil War History
North Carolina American Civil War Statistics, Battles, History
North Carolina Civil War History and Battles
North Carolina Civil War Regiments and Battles
North Carolina Coast: American Civil War
Western North Carolina and the American Civil War
Western North Carolina: Civil War Troops, Regiments, Units
North Carolina: American Civil War Photos
Cherokee Chief William Holland Thomas
Cherokee Indian Heritage, History, Culture, Customs, Ceremonies, and Religion
Cherokee Indians: American Civil War
History of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian Nation
Cherokee War Rituals, Culture, Festivals, Government, and Beliefs
Researching your Cherokee Heritage
Civil War Diary, Memoirs, Letters, and Newspapers

North Carolina Standard, October 7, 1863:
 62nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment

North Carolina Standard
October 7, 1863

Capt. William A. Graham, Jr., Company K, 2nd N.C. Cavalry Regiment, has been appointed Assistant Adjutant General of this state. He was wounded in one of the recent battles in Virginia.

Lt. Col. Stephen D. Pool has been made colonel of the 10th N.C. Regiment in place of Col. Bradford, deceased. Major Guion has been made lieutenant colonel in place of Colonel Pool. Colonel Love
of the 62nd N.C.T. has resigned on account of ill health. The lieutenant colonel has also resigned. Major McDowell is colonel, Captain Rogers of Haywood is lieutenant colonel and Captain Henson of Transylvania is major. The 5th and 7th N.C. battalions have been united under one command under General Polk.

Site search Web search

Related Reading:

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

Return to American Civil War Homepage

Best viewed with Internet Explorer or Google Chrome