The Civil War Roster of Davie County, North Carolina
Biographies of 1,147 Men Before, During and After the Conflict
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About the Book
It could be said that Davie County, North Carolina, entered the Civil War only reluctantly. As late as February of 1861, a statewide ballot calling for a convention on secession had been defeated by a relatively small margin of votes. In Davie County, however, some 754 people voted against the convention, with only 263 in favor. Yet despite the initial opposition, an enormous number of Davie County men signed up to fight. Out of a population of 6,000, more than 1,200 men served in the Confederate forces, three-fourths of them volunteers.
This book seeks to identify every man who either served in a Davie County company or left Davie County to enlist in another county and to provide as much information as possible concerning each man’s military and genealogical history.
About the Author(s)
Mary Alice M. Hasty and Hazel M. Winfree
Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Bibliographic Info: 88 photos, appendices, bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2012 
Table of Contents
Foreword by Jim Rumley 1
THE DAVIE COUNTY ROSTER 11
Appendix 1: Company Rosters 235
Appendix 2: Townships Covered in the Censuses 247
Appendix 3: Burial Sites of Davie
County Confederate Soldiers 249
Appendix 4: Mocksville Monument Names of Men Who Died in the Civil War 255
Appendix 5: Men Who Died in the Civil War Not on the Mocksville Monument 258
Book Reviews & Awards
- “A very well-researched and well-organized volume…recommended”—ARBA.