Company A, 33rd Va. Inf. - Stonewall Brigade
This list is taken from the papers of the Ex-Confederate Soldiers of Hampshire County. We do not know the exact source or who composed the original list. If you know more about this list, please let us know.
|Last Name||First Name||Rank||Comment|
|Adams||Jas.||Private||Killed 1st Battle Ball Run|
|Allen||Ed.||Private||Wounded at Battle of Bull Run and taken prisoner at Kernstown|
|Baker||Andrew||Private||Killed in Hardy Co.|
|Blue||Monroe||1st Corp.||elected Lt. In 18th Va. Cav. Killed at New Hope|
|Blue||Wm. J.||Private||Killed 1st Battle Ball Run|
|Bright||Mike||Private||Killed at Antietam|
|Buzzard||J. N.||2nd Lt.||Died in Winchester, 1862|
|Cadwallader||Jos.||Private||Wounded 1st Battle Ball Run|
|Carder||Elisha||Private||Drummer, wounded at Fishers Hill|
|Dagnon||Mike||Private||Deserted in 1862|
|Dailey||James P.||2nd Srgt|
|Eargome||Jos.||Promoted 2 Lt.||Vol. in Berkley Guards, killed at 2 Bull Run|
|Furlough||Thos.||Private||Killed 1st Battle Ball Run|
|Gaither||Jas.||Private||Killed at Spottsitvania|
|Grace||Philip L.||Cap.||Promoted to Major|
|Grace||Robt.||Private||Died at Home|
|Gross||Thos||Private||Killed at Battle of Bull Run March 21, 1861|
|Hambrlght||Private||Killed at 2nd Bat. Bull Run|
|Hartly||Elijah||Private||Killed at Battle of Kemstown, March 23, 1862|
|Hollehback||Amos||Private||Killed 1st Battle Ball Run|
|Johnson||Wm. P.||3rd Lt.|
|Long||Simeon D.||1st Lt.|
|Marker||Polk||Private||Killed 1st Battle Ball Run|
|McGraw||Thos.||Private||Died in Rock Island.|
|Miller||Martin||Private||Wounded at Kernstown|
|Montgomery||Wm.||3rd Srgt||Wounded at 1st Battle of Bull Run. Captured at Spottsylvania May 12, 64 prisoner during the war|
|Parsons||James G.||1st Srgt||Promoted to 3rd Lt. In 1862|
|Pence||E.||Private||Killed at 2 Manassas|
|Perrin||Charley||Private||Died in Hospital at Charlottsville|
|Perrin||Ralph||Private||Killed 2 Battle Bull Run|
|Powell||Wm.||Private||Promoted to Capt. wounded at Gettysburg|
|Pownall||Wm.||Private||Promoted to Lt. Killed at Chancersville|
|Rinehart||John||Private||Wounded 1st Battle Ball Run|
|Young||A. H.||3rd Corp|
- April 1861 Committee of Safety meets in Romney and begins to prepare for the coming war.
- May 18, 1861 the Hampshire Guards and the Frontier Riflemen leave Romney to join other Virginia regiments at Harpers Ferry
- Col. Lew Wallace with his Indiana Zouaves crosses Romney bridge and captures the town.
- For Civil War see: Romney in the Civil War
- April 10, 1865, General Lee surrenders to Gen. Grant at Appomattox Court House.
- April 24, 1865, Monday, Several Rebel officers Lieut McNeil et.al. and their orderlies in all about a dozen come down to the lines to confer with the authorities regarding a surrender.
- June 1, 1866 First decoration ceremony of Confederate graves in Indian Mound Cemetery.
- September 26, 1867 First Confederate Memorial dedicated to Confederate dead at Indian Mound Cemetery in Romney.