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North Carolina 4th Battalion Junior Reserves

     

  • ORGANIZATION:

      The North Carolina 3rd Regiment Junior Reserves was formed in January, 1865, by consolidating the 4th, 7th, and 8th Junior Reserves Battalions. These battalions contained men between the ages of fifteen and eighteen, and had participated in the defense of Fort Fisher. They were drawn from the counties of Guilford, Alamance, Forsyth, Stokes, Person, New Hanover, Brunswick, Columbus, Catawba, Iredell, Rowan, Burke, Caldwell, Cumberland, Robeson, Richmond, and Rockingham. Attached to the Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, the regiment served in the Kinston area, then moved to Smithfield. Later it was assigned General L.S. Baker's Brigade, saw action at Bentonville , and surrendered with the Army of Tennessee.

  • OFFICERS:

      Colonel John W. Hinsdale, Lieutenant Colonel William F. French, and Major A.B. Ellington were in command.

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Hill, Daniel H.
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Historical Sketch and Roster of the 4th Battalion North Carolina Junior Reserves
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The Civil War in North Carolina
 
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North Carolina Civil War Soldiers Index
 
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