A Guide to the J. Marshall Neathery Genealogy, 1996 Neathery, J. Marshall Genealogy Ms1996-002

A Guide to the J. Marshall Neathery Genealogy, 1996

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Collection Number Ms1996-002


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Repository
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Collection Number
Ms1996-002
Title
J. Marshall Neathery Genealogy, 1996
Physical Characteristics
0.1 cu. ft. 1 folder
Creator
Neathery, J. Marshall
Language
English

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Scope and Content

Resident of Rolesville, North Carolina, amateur genealogist, and Baptist minister. Typescript, spiral bound genealogy entitled "Neathery Siblings Had Eight Ancestors in the Civil War: Five of Them at Gettysburg." Describes the lives of eight ancestors related to the Neathery family who served in the Confederacy during the Civil War. These ancestors include: William Robert Currin (1838- 1913) Company G, 30th North Carolina Infantry Regiment; William Faucett (1837-1904) Company I, 23rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment; Granville Grissom (1814-90), Company C, 3rd Battalion North Carolina Senior Reserves; James C. Currin (1836-1915) Company G, 30th North Carolina Regiment and Company K, 55th North Carolina Infantry Regiment; Jeremiah Hamilton Currin (1832-68), Augustus Dennis Frazier (1833-1903), and James Simeon Hobgood (1836-1911), all of Company K, 55th North Carolina Infantry Regiment; and George Daniel Nethery (1834-99), Company G, 14th Virginia Infantry Regiment. Five of these men fought in the Battle of Gettysburg.


Subjects and Indexing Terms

  • Civil War
  • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865