Company F, 33rd Regiment, North Carolina Troops
Middletown, Hyde County, North Carolina

Enlisted Men
A ~ D

Private George A. Andrews
Killed in Action (?)

George A. Andrews resided in Hyde County and enlisted for the war in Orange County on July 8, 1862. Present or accounted for until he died at Guinea Station, Virginia, February 9, 1863. Cause of death not reported. No further information.


Private Martin Van Buren Ball
Captured (2) / Wounded

Martin Van Buren Ball resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until captured at Hanover Court House, Virginia, May 27, 1862. Sent to Fort Monroe, Virginia. Paroled and transferred to Aiken's Landing, James River, Virginia, where he was received on or about July 12, 1862, for exchange. Declared exchanged at Aiken's Landing on August 5, 1862. Returned to duty prior to November 1, 1862. Present or accounted for until captured at or near Fussell's Mill, Virginia, August 16, 1864. Confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, August 22, 1864. Paroled and transferred to Boulware's Wharf, James River, Virginia, where he was received on March 16, 1865, for exchange. North Carolina pension records indicate he was wounded on an unspecified date.

Martin V. Ball was born in July, 1842 and died in 1910, the son of Sharick Ball and Julia (___?___). He married Rena Anney Midyette and Mary Eleanor O'Neal. He applied for a Confederate pension in 1901 and 1906. He was buried in the Cutrell-Sadler-Williams Cemetery, No Grave Marker, on SR# 1139 (near the Myron Garrish home).

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Julia A. Ball 40, Sylvester 17, Elizabeth 15, Samuel 13, Sarah A. 11, Martin V. 9.
1870 Census: (Currituck) - Martin 28, Renia 22, Samuel W. 4, Elizabeth 2, John 12.
1880 Census: (Currituck) - Martin Ball, 36, Fisherman, Married.
1900 Census: (Currituck) - Martin V. Born: July 1842, Age 57; Mechanic, Wife: Mary, 29, Married: 4 years; Betsey 3, Larena 1.
1910 Census: (Currituck) - Martin V. 67, Fisherman, Mary E. 39, Years Married: 14; Elsie 7, Martin H. 22 months.

Private Richard Berry
Captured / Wounded (2)

Richard Berry resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until captured at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862. Paroled and exchanged on or about December 17, 1862. Returned to duty in January-February, 1863. Wounded at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 1-3, 1863. Returned to duty prior to September 1, 1863. Present or accounted for until wounded in the right hip and/or right arm at or near Petersburg, Virginia, on or about April 1, 1865. Hospitalized at Danville, Virginia, April 3, 1865. Released on an unspecified date.

Richard Berry was born on July 12, 1838 and died on December 28, 1910, the son of William Berry and Bridget (___?___). He married in 1865 to Louisa Elizabeth Gibbs. He applied for Confederate pension in 1901, 1908, and 1911. Two of these applications were widow pensions by Elizabeth "Bettie" Berry. Richard Berry was buried in the Berry-Ewell-Gibbs Cemetery, Richard (Dick) Berry, North Lake Road # 1311, near R.B. Ballance's. His tombstone reads "A Friend To His Country and a Believer in Christ". He applied for a Confederate pension in 1901, 1908, and 1911. Two of these applications were widow pensions by Bettie (Elizabeth) Berry.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - William 62, Bridget 60, Ira 20, Delila 17, Nancy 18, Richard 12, Reuben 10.
1870 Census: (Lake Landing) - Richard 32, Farmer, Elizabeth 22, Thomas I, Irah 232.
1880 Census: (Lake Landing) - Richard 42, Farmer, Elizabeth 31, Thomas L. 10, Chas. B Gibbs 22, (Wife's Brother), Bertha Litchfield 4 (No Relation).
1900 Census: (Lake Landing) - Richard B., Farmer Born July 1837, 62, 4 Years Married 34, Louisa E. 49, Charles B Gibbs 39, (Wife's Brother).
1910 Census: (Engelhard) - Richard 71, Bettie E. 62, Living in Household of son Luther T. Berry.

Private John M. Blackwood

John M. Blackwood resided in Hyde County and enlisted at Camp Holmes near Raleigh, October 2, 1864, for the war. Present or accounted for until he surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia,, April 9, 1865. No further information. Note: May be roster misprint or lived in Hyde County one year. Enlisted the same date as William H. Blake, etc.

Private William H. Blake

William H. Blake resided in Hyde County and enlisted at Camp Holmes near Raleigh, October 2, 1864, for the war. Present or accounted for until he deserted while on the march from camp near Petersburg, Virginia, to Jarratt's Station, Virginia, December 9, 1864.

William H. Blake was born on January 2, 1840, the son of Christopher Blake and Betsey (___?___). He married Mary A. Emory. He is buried in the William Henry Blake, Sr., Capt. Blake-Williams Cemetery on SR# 1306 (Newlands), No Marker.

1870 Census: (Fairfield) - W. H. 30 Farmer, Mary A. 30, William A. 3, Christopher 1, James 3 months.
1880 Census: (Fairfield) - William H. 38 farmer, Polly wife 48, William A. 12, Christopher C. 11, James N. 10, John 8, Joseph 1.

Brothers in the Confederacy:
James Mathias Blake, Sr. - Company H, 33rd Regiment.

Private Thomas R. Blakely

Thomas R. Blakely resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9., 1861. Deserted prior to January 1, 1862. Roll of Honor indicates he deserted to the enemy on January 7, 1862; however, record of the Federal Provost Marshal does not substantiate that report. No Further Information.

Boy John

On September 14, 1861 Boy John was issued pants at a cost of $6.00 in a bill sent to the Hyde County War Fund (H. H. Spencer) by Captain Thomas W. Mayhew. Note: An undetermined number of Black southerners served in Confederate Armies. At times they were listed in the rosters but primarily they are listed by uniform or rifle issues, or through personal letters. On September 12, 1861, Benjamin Mackey was issued his uniform pants and shirt at a cost of $2.25 in a bill sent to the Hyde County War Fund (H. H. Spencer) by Captain Thomas Mayhew. This bill for uniforms and other clothing runs from August 30 -September 14. We know that the company was assembled at Middletown no later than August 9, further only about half of the soldiers were issued clothing on this bill and received primarily odds and ends. There is doubtless other more complete clothing bills that when found will identify many more black Hyde Countians that fought with the Confederacy.

Private Abner Brinn

Abner Brinn resided in Hyde County and enlisted at Petersburg, Virginia, September 20, 1864, for the war. Present or accounted for until he deserted while on the march from camp near Petersburg, Virginia, to Jarratt's Station, Virginia, December 9, 1864. Previously served in Company I, 2nd N.C. Junior Reserves, (71st Regiment).

Abner Brinn was born in 1845, son of Abner Brinn Sr. and Mahala (___?___). He married in 1867 to Elizabeth Swindell and in 1876 to Mary Swindell.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Mahala 44, Josiah 18, John 21, Samuel 13, Seth 10, Abner 4, Nancy 1.
1880 Census: (Fairfield) - Abner 33, Mary 22, Nancy J. 12, Susana 9, George V. 3.

Brothers in the Confederacy:
John Brinn - Gibbs' Company Local Defense, Swindell's Rangers.
Samuel Brinn - Gibbs' Company Local Defense.
Seth Brinn - Company E, 4th Regiment.

Private Cicero Hawks Brooks
Captured (?) / Wounded

Cicero Hawks Brooks resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until wounded at New Bern on March 14, 1862. Company records indicate he was captured at New Bern; however, records of the Federal Provost Marshal do not substantiate that report. Reported absent wounded through April, 1864. Returned to duty in May-June 1864. Present or accounted for until he deserted while on the march from camp near Petersburg, Virginia, to Jarratt's Station, Virginia, December 9, 1864.

Cicero Hawks Brooks was born on December 8, 1842 and died on August 9, 1901, the son of Samuel Sheldon Brooks and Penelope Swindell. He married in 1867 to Calestia P. Midyette, and then to Nancy E. Selby.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Samuel 55, Penelope 28, Pardon S. 11, Olivia B. 9, Cicero H. 7, Arcade 5, Caleb F. 2, Almeda 3 months.
1860 Census: (Middletown) - Samuel 66, Penelope 38, C.H. 17, Arcada F. 15, Caleb 13, Alamenta 11, Samuel 8, Adaline 6, Sally A. 5, Elizabeth 18.

Brothers in the Confederacy:
Pardon Sheldon Brooks - Spencers Rangers

UDC Members:
Eloise Brooks Jordan, Bladen Stars Chapter # 2303, Elizabethtown, N.C.
Nancy Brooks Roper, Pamlico Chapter # 43, Washington, N.C.
Lucille Brooks Townsend, Pamlico Chapter # 43, Washington, N.C.

Private Samuel D. Carrowan
Died of Disease ?

Samuel D. Carrowan resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until he died at Middletown on December 20 or December 31, 1861. Cause of death not reported.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - William 45, Mahala 25, Samuel D. 12, William E. 10, Benjamin R. 3, Amanda 18.

Note: Brother Riley B. (Benjamin R.) had a number of children including Walter, Johnnie, Riley Hertford, Byron G., Amanda, Bennet and Rubbie.

John Collins

On September 6, 1861, John Collins was issued his uniform cap, pants and shirt and soap at a cost of $7.70 in a bill sent to the Hyde County War Fund (H. H. Spencer) by Captain Thomas W. Mayhew. Note: An undetermined number of Black southerners served in Confederate Armies. At times they were listed in the rosters but primarily they are listed by uniform or rifle issues, or through personal letters. On September 12, 1861, Benjamin Mackey was issued his uniform pants and shirt at a cost of $2.25 in a bill sent to the Hyde County War Fund (H. H. Spencer) by Captain Thomas Mayhew. This bill for uniforms and other clothing runs from August 30 -September 14. We know that the company was assembled at Middleton no later than August 9, further only about half of the soldiers were issued clothing on this bill and received primarily odds and ends. There is doubtless other more complete clothing bills that when found will identify many more black Hyde Countians that fought with the Confederacy. There are four possibilities for this soldier:

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Charity Collins 58, Nancy 26, Jane 18, David 13, Wellington 22, John 23.
1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Stansel Collins 30, Pemmy 30, Ann 14, John 10, Amanda 5, Frederick 4, Ellen 1.
1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - William Collins 38, Lucy 27, John 11, Elizabeth 7, Moselle 5, Martha 2, Henrietta 6/12.
1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - John Collins 26, Ann M. 24, John 2, Henrietta 1/12.

Private Jeremiah Farrow Cox

Pension Records indicate that Jeremiah Farrow Cox served in this company. Also served as Captain of Company A (Middle Creek Dist), 13th Regiment, Hyde County Militia.

Jeremiah F. Cox was born on December 31, 1830 and died on November 30, 1884, the son of Asby Cox and Naomi Farrow. He married Mary Susan White. He was buried at Middletown Christian Church on SR 1104. Widow Mary S. Cox applied for Confederate widows pension in 1924 and 1929.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Asbay Cox 52, Naoma 49, Jeremiah 20, William S. 25, Jonathan 15.
1860 Census: (SwanQuarter?) - J. F. Cox 30 Farmer, Mary 25, Katharine 2, J. A. 3 months.
1870 Census: (Lake Landing) - Jeramiah, Farmer 39, Mary 36, Catherin 12, Julia 11, Benjamin 9, Robert 8, Evaner 6, Bella 5, George 3, Walter 1.
1880 Census: (Lake Landing) - J. F. 50 Farmer/Merchant, Mary F. 45, Benjamin F. 18, Robert E. 16, Eavana 14, Mary B. 13, Geo L. 11, Walter 9, Carolina 7, Alice 6, Monroe 4, Nancy 3.

Private Hezekiah Creedle (Credle)
Captured (?) / Died of Disease

Hezekiah Credle resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for through March 13, 1862. Company records indicate he was captured at New Bern on March 14, 1862; however, records of the Federal Provost Marshal do not substantiate that report. Died in hospital at Mount Jackson, Virginia, and buried in Soldiers Cemetery, Mount Jackson, Shenandoah County, VA on November 5, 1862, of chronic diarrhea.

Hezekiah Credle was born about 1839/40, the son of Anson Credle.

1850 Census: (Swan Quarter) - Anson 48, Eliza 21, Sanford 16, William 11, Hezekiah 10, Parley 7, Francis 5, Elizabeth 9 months.

Brothers in the Confederacy:
Lt. William Credle - Swindell's Partisan Ranger Co.
Francis Franklin Credle - Swindell's Partisan Ranger Co.

UDC Member:
Letha O'Neal 444 Matt Ransom Middletown, N.C.

Private William Cullifer
Died of Disease

William Cullifer resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until he died in hospital at Lynchburg, Virginia, on or about June 1, 1862, of febris typhoid.

He was born in 1836 and died on June 20, 1862, son of Bartlett Cullifer and Sarah (___?___). He married Mary E. Flowers.

1850 Census: (Swan Quarter) - Bartlet Cullipher 53, Sarah 35, William 14.

Note: Christopher Columbus Cullifer, 1858-1935, was the son of William Cullifer.

Private Devotion Cutrell
Killed in Action

Devotion Cutrell resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until killed at or near New Bern on March 14, 1862.

He was born 1840 and died on March 14, 1862, son of Aaron Cutrell and Julia Quidley.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Aaron 42, Julia 40, Charity 13, Devotion 10, Nancy 8, Priscilla 6, Gibbs 4, Arrena 8 months.

Private Seth Cutrell
Captured / Wounded

Seth Cutrell resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until captured at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862. Paroled and exchanged on or about December 17, 1862. Returned to duty in March-April, 1862. Wounded at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 1-4, 1863. Returned to duty in September, 1863. Present or accounted for until he deserted while on the march from camp near Petersburg, Virginia, to Jarratt's Station, Virginia, December 9, 1864.

Seth Cutrell was born in 1841, son of Benjamin Cutrell and Mary (___?___). He married in 863 to Emmie Gibbs.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Benjamin 42, Mary 42, Sylvester 11, Seth 9.
1880 Census: (Lake Landing) - Seth 39, Susan (wife) 52, Jonathan R. 4.

Brothers in the Confederacy:
Sylvester Cutrell - Company F, 33rd Regiment.

Private Sylvester Cutrell

Sylvester Cutrell resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until he surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865.

Sylvester Cutrell was born on November 13 1837 and died circa 1877, son of Benjamin Cutrell and Mary (___?___). He married Margaret Ann Williams. He was buried in the Cutrell-Sadler-Williams Cemetery, SR# 1139, near Myron Garrish's home.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Benjamin 42, Mary 42, Sylvester 11, Seth 9.
1860 Census: (Middletown) - Sylvester 22, farm laborer in household of Bonner B. Fulford.
1870 Census: (Currituck) - E.J. (Sylvester Cutrell 32, Margaret 28, Edward 18, Robert 1, Mary 70 (Mother).

Brothers in the Confederacy:
Seth Cutrell - Company F, 33rd Regiment.

Sergeant James Jordan Dailey
Captured (2)

James Jordan Dailey resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Mustered in as Private. Present or accounted for until captured at Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13, 1862. Paroled and exchanged on or about December 17, 1862. Returned to duty in January-February, 1863. Promoted to Corporal on April 3, 1863. Present or accounted for until captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3, 1863. Confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware, on or about July 7, 1863. Transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland, October 15-18, 1863. Paroled at Point Lookout and transferred to City Point, Virginia, March 16, 1864, for exchange. Returned to duty on or about July 1, 1864, and was promoted to Sergeant the same date. Present or accounted for until he surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865. Previously served in Company B, 17th Regiment (1st Organization).

James Jordan Dailey was born circa 1845, (death date unknown), the son of Jordan P. Dailey and Ann Heggart.

1850 Census: (Currituck) - Graham Balance 21, Ann Ballance 28, Ann Daily 8, James J. Daily 5, Mary L. Dailey 1.

Sergeant Clement Daniels

Clement Daniels resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Mustered in as Private. Promoted to Corporal in January-February, 1863. Promoted to Sergeant in September-October, 1863. Present or accounted for until he surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865.

Clement Daniels was born in 1838 and died before 1874, son of Clement Daniels and Elizabeth (___?___). Married in 1866 to Mary Frances Thomas.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Clement 60, Elizabeth 50, Judah Williams 20, Arsena 18, Henry 17, Clement 12, William H. 11, Wilson 9, Rhoda 6, Joseph P. 4, Louisa 1, William 26, David Williams 23.
1870 Census: (Fairfield) - Clement 32, farmer, Mary 21, Robert 2, Jesse Thomas (wife's Father) 51, Sarah Thomas (Wife's sister) 18.

Brothers in the Confederacy:
Henry Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment, Swindell's Rangers.
William H. Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.
Joseph P. Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.
Richard Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.

Private Henry Daniels
Captured

Henry Daniels resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until he deserted in March-April, 1862. Captured by the enemy in Hyde County on March 10, 1863. Confined at Fort Monroe, Virginia,. Paroled and transferred to City Point, Virginia, where he was received on July 17, 1863. Present or accounted for until he deserted while on the march from camp near Petersburg, Virginia, to Jarratt's Station, Virginia, December 9, 1864.

Private Henry Daniels also served from at least late Winter 1863 through his capture (March 10, 1863) and after his release (July 17, 1863) in Captain Edward S. Swindell's Partisan Rangers.

Henry Daniels was born in 1833, son of Clement Daniels and Elizabeth (___?___). He married in 1852 to Isabella Sawyer, then to Charlotte (___?___). He applied for a Confederate pension in 1901. Widow Charlotte Daniels applied for Confederate widows pension in 1902.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Clement 60, Elizabeth 50, Judah Williams 20, Arsena 18, Henry 17, Clement 12, William H. 11, Wilson 9, Rhoda 6, Joseph P. 4, Louisa 1, William 26, David Williams 23.
1860 Census: (Swan Quarter) - Henry 25, Farmer, Charity 25, Jennetta 2.
1870 Census: (Fairfield) - Henry 30, Farmer, Charlotte 33, Mary E. 19, Clement B. 13, William H. 12, Joseph B. 10, Walter 4, Allen L. 2.
1880 Census: (Fairfield) - [?] Henry 48, farmer, Charlotte 43, wife, Mary E. 19, Clement B. 13, William H. 12, Joseph B. 10, Walter 4, Allen L. 2.
1900 Census: (Swan Quarter) - Henry 76, born 1834, Charlotte 64, Joseph B. 29, Ella 25 (daughter-in-law), Allen 27, Mary E. (granddaughter) 1 month.

Brothers in the Confederacy:
Clement Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.
William H. Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.
Joseph P. Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.
Richard Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.

Private Richard Daniels
Wounded

Richard Daniels resided in Hyde County and enlisted at Liberty Mills, Virginia,, January 27, 1864, for the war. Present or accounted for until reported absent wounded in May-June, 1864. Place and date wounded not reported. Reported absent without leave on July 11, 1864. Returned to duty on September 15, 1864. Deserted while on the march from camp near Petersburg, Virginia, to Jarratt's Station, Virginia, December 9, 1864.

Richard Daniels was born in 1845, son of Clement Daniels and Eliazbeth (___?___). He married in 1888 to Margaret Ann McKinney.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Clement 60, Elizabeth 50, Judah Williams 20, Arsena 18, Henry 17, Clement 12, William H. 11, Wilson 9, Rhoda 6, Joseph P. 4, Louisa 1, William 26, David Williams 23.
1860 Census: (Swan Quarter) - Clement 79, Elizabeth 59, Wilson 17, William H. 18, Roda 16, Richard 15, Louisa 10.
1900 Census: (Fairfield) - Margaret A. Daniels 41, James T. Daniels 6, (living with brother Jessee McKinney).

Brothers in the Confederacy:
Clement Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.
William H. Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.
Joseph P. Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.
Henry Daniels - Company F, 33rd Regiment.

Private Thomas Daniels

Thomas Daniels resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until he deserted on or about March 21, 1862.

He was born circa 1835, father's name unknown, mother Elizabeth (___?___). He married Jerusha (___?___).

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Elizabeth 68, Sarah 44, Mary 44, Elizabeth 18, Thomas 13.
1860 Census: (Fairfield) - Thomas 23, Jerusha 27, Pruscilla 7, Martha 4.
1880 Census: (Swan Quarter) - Jerusha Daniels, 49, widowed (cook in household of Joseph Pledger).

Private William H. Daniels
Killed in Action

William H. Daniels resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until killed in battle near Richmond, Virginia, in the summer of 1862. He was the son of Clement Daniels and Elizabeth (___?___).

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Clement 60, Elizabeth 50, Judah Williams 20, Arsena 18, Henry 17, Clement 12, William H. 11, Wilson 9, Rhoda 6, Joseph P. 4, Louisa 1, William 26, David Williams 23.
1860 Census: (Swan Quarter) - Clement 79, Elizabeth 59, Wilson 17, William H. 18, Roda 16, Richard 15, Louisa 10.

Brothers in the Confederacy:
Clement Daniels - Company F 33rd Regiment.
Henry Daniels - Company F 33rd Regiment.
Joseph P. Daniels - Company F 33rd Regiment.
Richard Daniels - Company F 33rd Regiment.

Private William H. H. Douglas
Captured / Wounded

William H. H. Douglas resided in Hyde County where he enlisted on September 9, 1861. Present or accounted for until captured at Fredericksburg, Virginia,, December 13, 1862. Paroled and exchanged on or about December 17, 1862. Record of the Federal Provost Marshal dated December 1862, give his age as 22. Returned to duty in January-February, 1863. Present or accounted for until wounded at Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia,, May 12, 1864. Reported absent wounded until January 1, 1865, when he was reported absent without leave. 1867: received an artificial 'Jewett Leg' from the State of NC.

William H. H. Douglas was born in March 1839 and died on October 11, 1905. He was the son of William S. Douglass and Zilpah (Paine) Pugh Douglass and married Patsy E. Hamilton in Hyde Co. on Oct. 9, 1885 when he was 40 years old and she was 19. He applied for Confederate pension in 1901. He is buried in the Brooks-Midyett Cemetery, SR # 1117, Mt. Pleasant.

1850 Census: (Mattamuskeet) - Samuel T. 37, Celia M. 34, Margaret 12, Mary J. 10, William B. 1 month, William H. 9, Ivy B. Nobles 11, Agnes Rue 18, Decator 27.
1860 Census:(Unk. Twp.) - W. H. Douglas, Laborer, 20, living in household of Thomas P. Pugh.
1870 Census: (Lake Landing) - Samuel 57, Sealey 55, Margaret 31, Mary J. 33, Jerrusel 8, Florance 11, Augustus 9, William 29, Dianner 23, Margaret 1, William H. 29 (Invalid).
1900 Census (Lake Landing) - William H. 61 (born Mar. 1839), Patsy (Wife) 30 (married 15 years), Zelphia 13, Sam 6, Susie Hamilton 17, (wife's sister).

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