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1. Roseboro, Philip (Cleveland County) 1925 Applicant is a black man who acted as a servant to Captain John Roseboro in the South Carolina State Troops

2. Stevens, J. S. (Alamance County) 1926 Applicant is a black man who served as a cook for L. Banks Holt and Henry Ross in Co I, 8th Regt. NC Troops

3. Stewart, Peter (Surry County) 1926; 1928 Two widows' applications for Martha Stewart; widow's husband was a black man who acted as a servant to David Cooper

4. Polk, John (Lincoln County) 1926 Applicant is a black man who acted as a body guard to Colonel Samuel Love

5. Powell, Amos (Anson County) 1926. Applicant is a black man who acted as a body servant to Charles P. Powell

6. Jeffries, Bedford (Alamance County) 1926 Applicant is a black who served as a cook for B. G. Mebane

7. Potts, Milas (Cabarrus County) 1927 Applicant is a black man who helped build breast works around Wilmington

8. Spelman, John (Camden County) 1928. Applicant is a black man who served as a cook, in Co. A, 56th Regt. NC Troops

9. Brown, Enoch (Randolph County) 1927 Applicant served under Captain J. M. Odell as a cook and a washer. (pension application has (Col) wrote in.

10. Ratliff, William (Anson County) 1929; 1940. Two soldiers' applications; applicant is a former slave who acted as a cook for his master Nelson P. Hildreth

11. Stevens, J. S. (Alamance County) 1926. Applicant is a black man who served as a cook for L. Banks Holt and Henry Ross in Co I, 8th Regt. NC Troops

12. Jacobs, Enos (Sampson County) 1912; 1913; 1914; 1915; 1916 Five soldiers' applications; applicant is a black who built breast works at Fort Caswell; applicant also served as a cook for Walter Draughon and Buck Peterson; mention is made of Captain Jim Strange

13. James, Hampton (New Hanover County) 1928. Applicant is a black man who helped built breast works at Ft. Fisher and served as a cook while there.

14. McMillan, Bill (Duplin County) 1928.Applicant is a former slave of John C. McMillan who acted as a cook and servant for his master; applicant also goes by the name Bill Stallings; affidavit from veteran Atlas Teachey

15. Morrisette, Redic (Camden County) 1927; 1928. Two soldiers' applications; applicant is a black man who served as a cook


16. Jeffries, James (Caswell County) 1928 Applicant is a black man who was sent by his master, S. S. Lea, to serve as a laborer and to build breastworks; affidavit from veteran

17. Lowder, Caleb, Sr. (Lincoln County) 1925; 1926 One soldiers' application; one widows' application for Fannie Lowder; applicant is a black man who enlisted as a cook under Robert Hoke; name also given as Caleb Lauder

18. Roseboro, Philip (Cleveland County) 1925 Applicant is a black man who acted as a servant to Captain John Roseboro in the South Carolina State Troops.

19. Stevens, J. S. (Alamance County) 1926 Applicant is a black man who served as a cook for L. Banks Holt and Henry Ross in Co I, 8th Regt. NC Troops

20. Stewart, Peter (Surry County) 1926; 1928 Two widows' applications for Martha Stewart; widow's husband was a black man who acted as a servant to David Cooper

21. Polk, John (Lincoln County) 1926 Applicant is a black man who acted as a body guard to Colonel Samuel Love

22. Powell, Amos (Anson County) 1926 Applicant is a black man who acted as a body servant to Charles P. Powell

23. Potts, Milas (Cabarrus County) 1927 Applicant is a black man who helped build breast works around Wilmington

24. Thomas, John (Franklin County) 1927 Applicant was a black man who hauled supplies for Captain Charles Thomas.

25. Morrisette, Redic (Camden County) 1927; 1928.Two soldiers' applications; applicant is a black man who served as a cook.

26. Potts, Milas (Cabarrus County) 1927. Applicant is a black man who helped build breast works around Wilmington

28. Carter, Hawkins W. (Warren County) 1927. Applicant is a black man who constructed breast works, cooked and fought along side white soldiers; went to Virginia with Stephen W. Jones.

29. Sellars, Jerry (Alamance County) 1927 Applicant is a black man who acted as a servant to James Moore and Captain Joe Turner, Jr.

30. Russell, Frank (Cabarrus County) 1927 Applicant is a black man who acted as a servant to Captain James Harris

31. McDaniel, J. M. (Randolph County) 1928. Applicant is a black man who was sent to Wilmington to load and unload freight cars.

32. James, Hampton (New Hanover County) 1928. Applicant is a black man who helped built breast works at Ft. Fisher and served as a cook while there

33. Graham, John M. (Hoke County) 1928. Applicant is a black man who acted at a servant to Captain William H. McLaurin

34. McGhee, Frank (Granville County) 1928. Applicant is a black man who acted as a body servant to Captain Richard P. Taylor

35. Jones, Joseph (Guilford County) 1928 Applicant is a black man who served under Quartermaster Thomas

36. Judd, Stokes (Lee County) 1929; 1933; 1935 One soldiers' application; two widows' applications for Nettie Judd; veteran is a black man who acted as a body servant to Captain Davis; correspondence mentions applications for Mrs. M. L. Hill, Mrs. Malinda J. Coldwell, Mrs. R. A. Wells, and...

37. Maynor, George W. (Harnett County) 1929 Applicant is a free black man who helped construct breast works at Fort Caswell and Fort Fisher

38. Turner, Thomas (Orange County and Wake County) 1929; 1939 One soldiers' application from Orange County; two widows' applications for Clara Turner from Wake County; soldier's application lists veteran as a black man who worked at Hillsborough in the manufacture to salt petre and ammunition; widow's...

39. Ransom, M. C. (Granville County) 1929. Applicant is a black man who acted as a servant to Captain William Ballard, Lieutenant Henry Kearney, and Lieutenant John Morris

40. Smith, Stellin Parker (Vance County) 1932 Applicant was a free born black female who was forced to serve as a laundress in a Confederate Hospital in Kittrell

41. McDowell, Fred (Bladen County) 1934 Applicant was a black man who served under Captain Middleton during the building of Fort Fisher

42. Massenburg, Oscar (Wake County) 1934. Applicant is a black man who served as a teamster during the war; affidavit from John Thomas, a black man who served during the war

43. Hawkins, Sam (Franklin County) 1935. Applicant is a black man who attended a wounded officer, James M. Bonner









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