North Carolina Records On Line
NOTE: As of January 2012, I find that most of these links have gone AWOL. I will work on cleaning them up as I get the opportunity. If you know the new location, please drop me a note.
Ashe & Alleghany Counties
- 1890 Union Veterans Schedule Hyde County, NC.
- Battle of Morrisville Station
- Civil War Newspapers: Fortress Munroe - Arrival of 550 Paroled Prisoners from Richmond - Friday, 21 October 1864
- Civil War in Anson County, North Carolina
- Civil War Rosters of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina A list of numerous Civil War Units
- Civil War Units Raised in Union County, North Carolina
- Civil War Veterans Pictures
- Confederate Parole Records
- Craven County, NCGenWeb site
- Death Roster - Gordonsville Receiving and Forwarding Hospital March 1862-October 1865 Diane has the book of complete death rosters for every state. She will gladly look up a person in the book. Please put Gordonsville Death Roster in the subject line. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dobbs County, NCGenWeb site
- Duplin County, NCGenWeb site
- Duplin County, Listing of Regiments and Rosters
- First North Carolina Soldier Who Died
- Garvin County, Wynnewood, OK Confederate Monument [Veteran list includes the states/units of AL, AR, AZ, GA, KY, LA, OK, MO, MS, NC, SC, TN, TX, VA, Cado Indian Battlation, Palmetto Sharpshooters, Chickasaw Battalion, Cherokee Mounted Rifles, Choctaw & Chickasaw Mounted Rifles]
- General's Burials Listing
- The General Lyon Disaster
- The Burning of the General Lyon
- The Passenger List of the Steamer General Lyon
- Sources for the Steamer General Lyon Disaster - The New York Times - April, 1865 and The Times of London, April 27, 1865
- The Goldsboro Rifles, Camp #760, Sons of the Confederate Veterans - Also includes the Mass Grave Project of Willow Dale Cemetery
- Grand Army of the Republic Death Rolls Books [advertisement] includes states of AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, Dakota Territory, DE, District of Columbia, FL, GA, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MS, MO, NE Territory, NE, NH, NJ, NM Territory, NY, NC, OH, OR, PA, RH, TN, VT, VA, WV, WI, US Army, USCT, US Navy, Veterans Reserve Corp.
- Greene County, NC GenWeb Project
- A Guide to Military Organizations and Installations of North Carolina 1861-1865
- Hanover Dragoons [re-enactor's page]
- Harrington Light Artillery
- History and Rosters of Confederate Units That Served in the Shenandoah Valley
- Howard's Grove Hospital [numerous states]
- Jones County, NC GenWeb Project
- Land and Naval Forces: Regiments involved in the Battle of Plymouth, NC
- Lenior County, NCGenWeb site
- Macon County, NC in the Civil War
- McRae's Battalion, North Carolina Cavalry, CSA
- Mecklenburg County, NC.
- Military Obituaries
- Military Units by County
- Multiple Companies, Regiments of NC Troops, Cavalry and Confederate Navy
- Muster Roll of Jackson's Company 1865 [Jackson's Co (A), Burbridge's Regt (4th MO) Cavalry]
- New Hanover County, NCGenWeb site
- North Carolina Civil War Home Page
- North Carolina Civil War Image Portfolio
- North Carolina Civil War Soldiers Records by Censusdiggins.com
- North Carolina Confederate Civil War Soldiers
- North Carolina Confederate Troops
- North Carolina Convention (1862-1865). State Troops.
- North Carolina Colored Troops Project
- North Carolina in the Civil War by NCGenWeb site
- North Carolina Civil War Sites
- North Carolina Physicans in the Civil War Units
- NC Union Volunteers Project
- Onslow County, NCGenWeb site
- Original North Carolina Field Musicians
- Pasquotank County, NCGenWeb site
- Pender County, NCGenWeb site
- Pender/Scales Brigade, NC Infantry
- Perquimans County, NCGenWeb site
- Randy A. Payne as Lt. General Nathan Bedford Forrest - Welcome to the NEW Command Escort [now being formed in Central North Carolina]
- Regimental Nicknames
- Researching Civil War Soldiers
- Reunion at Statesville, Confederate Veterans of Iredell County 1898
- Roll of Honor November 1863
- Sons of the Confederate Veterans, C. F. Connor Camp #849, Blue Ridge Battalion
- Sons of the Confederate Veterans, Zebulon Baird Vance Camp #15, Confederate Memories at the Smith-McDowell House
- The Stone's River Order of Battle [Confederate]
- Story: The Adventures of a Conscript by W. H. Yonce
- Thomas' Legion: The 69th North Carolina Regiment
- Union County History and Rosters
- Union Regimental History Index
- U. S. Navy (African Americans) from North Carolina
- The Washington Grays, Co K. 10th Regiment, NC State Troops, Heavy Artillery
- Watauga County and the Civil War (includes county roster of Confederate and Union Soldiers)
- 1stBattalion Heavy Artillery Co A, "Clark Artillery"
- 1stNorth Carolina Artillery
- 1stNorth Carolina Regiment of Cavalry
- 1stRegiment NC State Troops Field & Staff
- 1stRegiment North Carolina Cavalry, Co. G "Buncombe Rangers"
- 1stRegiment NC State Troops Co. E
- 1stNorth Carolina Cavalry Regiment, Co. G
- 1stNorth Carolina Cavalry Regimental Photographs [Now and Then], Duplin County
- 1stNorth Carolina Regiment, Co E. Enlisted Men
- 1stNorth Carolina Infantry
- 1stRegiment North Carolina Infantry, Co B, "Hornet's Nest Rifles"
- 1st North Carolina Union Volunteers
- 2ndRegiment Infantry, North Carolina Troops, Company B, Wilson County
- 3rdRegiment North Carolina Troops, Company B, Duplin County
- 4th North Carolina Cavalry Regiment
- 4th North Carolina Cavalry Co. A
- 5th North Carolina Senior Reserves
- 6th North Carolina Cavalry (The 65th North Carolina State Troops)
- 6th North Carolina Cavalry, CSA
- 6th North Carolina State Troops Co. I
- 7thRegiment North Carolina
- 8th Battalion, North Carolina Cavalry, Company E, Partisan Rangers, Duplin County
- 8th North Carolina, Co. H "Cabarrus Phalanx/Guards" [Re-enactors page with History and Roster]
- 9th Regiment, Company I, 1st Regiment North Carolina Cavalry, Duplin County
- 10thRegiment North Carolina State Troop Heavy Artillery Co K "The Washington Grays"
- 11th North Carolina Infantry, Company K, "Bethel Regiment", CSA
- 12thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. E "The Cleveland Guards"
- 12th Regiment, 1st Company C North Carolina Troops, The Original Duplin Rifles, Duplin County
- 13th North Carolina Infantry
- 13th North Carolina Infantry
- 13th Infantry Regiment North Carolina Troops CO. B York County
- 14thRegiment Colored Artillery
- 14thRegiment US Colored Artillery
- 14thRegiment, Co. C, "Anson Guard"
- 14thRegiment North Carolina Troops, Co. D "The Cleveland Blues"
- 14thInfantry Regiment Partial Roster
- 14thNorth Carolina Regiment
- 15thRegiment North Carolina Troops Co. C
- 15thNorth Carolina Infantry Co. L and K, "Franklin Rifles"
- 16thRegiment North Carolina Troops Co. D
- 16thRegiment North Carolina Troops Co. G
- 16thNC Infantry Regiment
- 18thRegiment North Carolina Troops Co. E "Moore's Creek Rifle Guard"
- 19thNorth Carolina Troops (2nd North Carolina Cavalry) History
- 20th Regiment, Company E North Carolina Troops, Known as the Confederate Grays & the Duplin Grays, Duplin County
- 22ndNC Infantry Regiment, formerly the 12th Volunteers
- 23rd Regiment, Company A, Anson County, NC
- 25thNorth Carolina Infantry Regiment
- 26th North Carolina Infantry
- 26thNC Troops, Co. K
- 26thNC Troops Wartime Roster
- 27th North Carolina Infantry
- 28thNorth Carolina Troops
- 28thRegiment North Carolina Troops Co. H "The Cleveland Regulators"
- 29thNorth Carolina Regiment, Co. H
- 30th North Carolina Infantry Company E Roster, Duplin County
- 31st North Carolina Infantry History
- 31st North Carolina Regiment, CO. B
- 34th North Carolina Infantry [History]
- 34th NC Infantry Regiment
- 34thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. B "The Sandy Run Yellow Jackets"
- 34thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. C "The Rutherford Rebels"
- 34thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. F "The Floyd Rifles"
- 34thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. H "The Rough and Readys"
- 34thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. I "The Rutherford Band"
- 35th North Carolina US Colored Infantry
- 35th Regiment, US Colored Troops
- 35th Regiment, U.S. Colored Troops (First North Carolina Colored Volunteers)
- 35th United States Colored Troops (First North Carolina Colored Infantry)
- 36th North Carolina US Colored Infantry
- 36th Regiment US Colored Infantry (Second North Carolina Colored Infantry)
- 37th Regiment US Colored Infantry
- 37th North Carolina Troops
- 37th North Carolina Colored Troops
- 38th North Carolina
- 38th Regiment Co A "Spartan Band"
- 38th North Carolina State Troops
- 38thRegiment North Carolina Troops, Co. I "The Cleveland Marksmen"
- 38th Regiment and Its History in the Civil War
- 40th Regiment, Company A, Herring Collection
- 41st North Carolina Troops Co. K, 3rd Regiment NC Cavalry "Clark Skirmishers"
- 42nd North Carolina Infantry, Company C
- 43rd Regiment Co A "The Duplin Rifles"
- "The Duplin Rifles", Photos and Information.
- 43rdRegiment Co H, "Fisher Light Infantry"
- 43rdRegiment Co.I "Anson Regulators"
- 43rdRegiment Co. K "Anson Independents"
- 44thRegiment North Carolina Troops
- 47thNorth Carolina Infantry Regiments Co. A & B
- 47th North Carolina Infantry
- 48thRegiment North Carolina Troops, Co. I
- 49thRegiment North Carolina Troops, Co. A
- 49thRegiment North Carolina Troops, Co. B
- 49thRegiment North Carolina Troops, Co. G "The King Mountain Tigers"
- 50thRegiment North Carolina Troops, Co. G "The Rutherford Farmers"
- 50thRegiment North Carolina Troops, Co. K "The Green River Rifles"
- 51st Regiment North Carolina Troops
- 51st Dublin Company B Known as the Warsaw - Sampsons
- 51st Regiment Co. C Known as the Duplin Stars
- 51st Regiment Co. G
- 51st North Carolina Regiment, Co. F "Ashpole True Boys"
- 52nd North Carolina Infantry
- 55thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. C "The Cleveland Grays"
- 55thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. D "The Cleveland Farmers"
- 55thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. F "The South Mountain Rangers"
- 56thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. F "The Cleveland Riflemen"
- 56thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. I "The Rutherford Rifles"
- 61st Regiment North Carolina State Troops Co. B "The Beaufort Ploughboys"
- 62nd North Carolina Infantry
- 63rd Regiment Co. C (5th Regiment N.C. Cavalry) Known as the Confederate Volunteers
- 66th Regiment Co. C
- 66th North Carolina Infantry
- 66th Regiment North Carolina Infantry
- 70thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. B
- 70thRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. C
- 71stRegiment North Carolina Troops, CO. C
- 135th US Colored Infantry
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Columbus County CSA Veterans
Civil War on Ocracoke and Portsmouth Islands - 1861
Cavalry Raid in Hyde County - Mar. 1-6, 1863
Hyde County Raid - March 7 - Mar. 14, 1863 - (101st PA Inf.)
Hyde County Raid - March 7 - Mar. 13, 1863 - (103rd PA Inf.)
Hyde County Raid - March 7 - Mar. 13, 1863 - (CWPPDS)
Expedition to Juniper Bay - Apr. 6-10, 1863
Report from Hyde County - April 15, 1863
Short and Sweet Raid - Sept. 21, 1863
Raid on Fairfield - Feb. 16-20, 1864
Hyde County 1890 Veteran Schedule
Moore County Confederate Veterans Roll of Honor
Union County History and Rosters
Soldiers Of Lincoln County
Columbus County Civil War Rosters