Guilford Greys Headstones http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/ Guilford Greys Headstones Capt. William Adams - Photo 1 Shot through the abdomen and killed on September 17, 1862, while "fighting nobly on the bloody Field of Sharpsburg," Maryland. Captain Adams is buried in Green Hill Cemetery, Greensboro, NC. "Young in years, high in hopes, illustrious in daring and chivalrous deeds, he fills a soldier's grave in the quiet of his native town -- mourned by all who knew him." Photos courtesy of E. Martin http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238479 186238479 Capt. Williams Adams - Photo 2 Shot through the abdomen and killed on September 17, 1862, while "fighting nobly on the bloody Field of Sharpsburg," Maryland. Captain Adams is buried in Green Hill Cemetery, Greensboro, NC. "Young in years, high in hopes, illustrious in daring and chivalrous deeds, he fills a soldier's grave in the quiet of his native town -- mourned by all who knew him." Photos courtesy of E. Martin http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238480 186238480 Capt. John A. Sloan Mustered in as Sergeant. Detailed as acting Sergeant Major of the regiment and transferred to the Field and Staff on May 1, 1861. Elected 2nd Lieutenant on January 14, 1862, and transferred back to this company. Elected 1st Lieutenant on April 22, 1862, and was promoted to Captain on September 17, 1862. Wounded at Wilderness, Virginia, on May 5, 1864. Returned to duty prior to November 1, 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865. John A. Sloan died in 1885. He is buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. Photo courtesy of E. Martin http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238489 186238489 1st. Lt. James T. Morehead, Jr. Later served as Captain of Company C, 45th Regiment N.C. Troops and eventually became Colonel of the 53rd N.C. Regiment. - Buried in the First Presbyterian Church graveyard behind the Greensboro Historical Museum in Greensboro, N.C. Photo courtesy of Keith Osborn, First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Committee http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238497 186238497 2nd Lt. John A. Gilmer Resided in Guilford County and enlisted at Fort Macon at age 23. Elected 3rd Lieutenant on or about April 20, 1861, and was elected 2nd Lieutenant on October 5, 1861. Present or accounted for until he was elected Major on January 6, 1862, and transferred to the Field and Staff of this regiment. Later served as Colonel of this regiment. He survived the war and is buried in Green Hill Cemetery, Greensboro, NC http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=188071694 188071694 3rd Lt. William P. Wilson Elected 3rd Lieutenant on October 5, 1861. Later served as Adjutant of this regiment. - Buried in the First Presbyterian Church graveyard behind the Greensboro Historical Museum in Greensboro, N.C. Photo courtesy of Keith Osborn, First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Committee http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238502 186238502 Jno. E. Logan, M.D. Initially served as surgeon of the Greys, appointed Surgeon of the 4th N.C. Regiment, eventually transferred to the 14th N.C. Regiment where he served as surgeon until the end of the War. - Buried in the First Presbyterian Church graveyard behind the Greensboro Historical Museum in Greensboro, N.C. Photo courtesy of Keith Osborn, First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Committee http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238496 186238496 1st Sgt. Jed Harper Lindsay, Jr. Buried in the First Presbyterian Church graveyard behind the Greensboro Historical Museum in Greensboro, N.C. Photo courtesy of Keith Osborn, First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Committee http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238494 186238494 Cpl. William L. Bryan - Photo 1 Died in camp near Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 17, 1862, of "typhoid pneumonia." Buried in the Spotsylvania Confederate Cemetery, Spotsylvania, Virginia, in the North Carolina Section. - Photo courtesy of W. G. Faulk http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238481 186238481 Cpl. William L. Bryan - Photo 2 Died in camp near Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 17, 1862, of "typhoid pneumonia." Buried in the Spotsylvania Confederate Cemetery, Spotsylvania, Virginia, in the North Carolina Section. - Photo courtesy of Dan Janzegers, Bigfrenchguy@Yahoo.com http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238482 186238482 Cpl. Robert D. Weatherly Promoted to Sergeant Major on March 27, 1863, and transferred to the Field and Staff of the regiment. - Buried in the First Presbyterian Church graveyard behind the Greensboro Historical Museum in Greensboro, N.C. Photo courtesy of Keith Osborn, First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Committee http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238500 186238500 Pvt. James C. Davis Died at Fort Macon on August 29, 1861, of "typhoid fever." Private Davis's body was returned to Guilford county and he is buried in the family cemetery off of Yanceyville Street in Greensboro. His original headstone was damaged over the years and a replacement was installed in 1997. The remnant of the original headstone was preserved and can be seen beneath the flowers in the photo. Photo courtesy of E. Martin http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238483 186238483 Pvt. H. Smiley Forbis Wounded at Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 17, 1862. Returned to duty. Died in hospital at Lynchburg, Virginia, March 13, 1864, of "diarrhoea chronica." He is buried in the Confederate Section of Old City Cemetery in Lynchburg in Lot 185, Grave 7, Row 2. Photo courtesy of E. Martin & G. Faulk http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238484 186238484 Pvt. Henry Clay Gorrell Buried in the First Presbyterian Church graveyard behind the Greensboro Historical Museum in Greensboro, N.C. - Photo courtesy of Keith Osborn, First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Committee http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186462972 186462972 Pvt. Leander Gwynn Hunt Captured at New Bern on March 14, 1862. Confined at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor. Exchanged. Promoted May 18, 1862, to Hospital Steward and transferred to the Field and Staff of the regiment. He is buried in the Huntsville Baptist Church Cemetery in Yadkin County in Huntsville, NC. Photo courtesy of E. Carter, Yadkinville, NC http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238485 186238485 Pvt. Samuel A. Hunter Resided in Guilford County and enlisted at Fort Macon at age 24, June 11, 1861. Present or accounted for until killed "by a fragment of shell" at New Bern on March 14, 1862."A noble and most worthy young gentleman." - Buried in the cemetery at Tabernacle United Methodist Church, Pleasant Garden, NC - Headstone photo courtesy of E. Martin and G. Faulk http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=188043191 188043191 Pvt. William F. Hunter Resided in Guilford County and enlisted at Fort Macon at age 22, June 11, 1861. Present or accounted for until wounded at Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 17, 1862. Returned to duty prior to November 1, 1862. Wounded in the thigh and right arm at Bristoe Station, Virginia, October 14, 1863. Right arm amputated. Died in hospital at Richmond, Virginia, on November 9, 1863, of wounds. - Buried in the cemetery at Tabernacle United Methodist Church, Pleasant Garden, NC - Headstone photo courtesy of E. Martin and G. Faulk http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=188043192 188043192 Pvt. Robert Henry Lindsay Died in camp, 1861. Cause of death not reported. - Buried in the First Presbyterian Church graveyard behind the Greensboro Historical Museum in Greensboro, N.C. Photo courtesy of Keith Osborn, First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Committee http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238495 186238495 Pvt. William H. McLain Died in a hospital at Winchester, Virginia, October 24, 1862, of disease. William McClain is buried in the Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia. He is number 212 in the North Carolina section. His name is misspelled (McClaine) on his headstone. Photo courtesy of W. G. Faulk. http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238486 186238486 Pvt. Wilbur Fisk Owen Captured at Bristoe Station, Virginia, October 14, 1863. Confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C., until transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 27, 1863. Exchanged and returned to duty in November-December, 1864. Captured at Amelia Court House, Virginia, April 5, 1865. Confined at Point Lookout until released on June 29, 1865, after taking the Oath of Allegiance. He migrated to central Illinois after the Civil War and is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Clinton, IL. Photo courtesy of Michael Cobb, Great-Great-Grandson of Wilbur Fisk Owen. http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238487 186238487 Pvt. Charles E. Porter Buried in the First Presbyterian Church graveyard behind the Greensboro Historical Museum in Greensboro, N.C. Photo courtesy of Keith Osborn, First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Committee http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238498 186238498 Pvt. William Seats Died at Winchester, Virginia, on September 24, 1862, of disease. William Seats is buried in the Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia. He is number 204 in the North Carolina section. His name is misspelled (Seal) on his headstone. Photo courtesy of W. G. Faulk. http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238488 186238488 Pvt. George J. Sloan Died at Fort Macon on July 31,1861, of disease. - Buried in the First Presbyterian Church graveyard behind the Greensboro Historical Museum in Greensboro, N.C. Photo courtesy of Keith Osborn, First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Committee http://www.guilfordgreys.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=186238499 186238499 Pvt. Samuel Park Weir Buried in the First Presbyterian Church graveyard behind the Greensboro Historical Museum in Greensboro, N.C. 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