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Mason, William P.

Date Secured: October 1924
Source: John C. Stiles, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired). National Guard of Georgia, Brunswick, Georgia.
Remarks: Commissioned by the C.S. Congress. Enlisted in Virginia. Served as Midshipman in 1862. Was Master in 1863. 2nd Lieutenant in 1864. 1st Lieutenant Aide-de-Capmp, Army in 1864. 1st Lieutenant Commanding the "Beaufort" in Virginia wasters in 1865.
Ranks Held: Midshipman, C.S. Navy; Master, C.S. Navy; Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Beaufort


Mason, John T.

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Resigned as Surgeon, U.S. Navy, May 6, 1861. Surgeon, June 10, 1861. Surgeon, October 23, 1862, to rank from March 26, 1861. Served on C.S.S. "Baltic" 1862-1863. Recruiting Station, Macon, Georgia in 1863-1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Baltic


Mason, John T.

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Acting Midshipman, September 27, 1861. Midshipman, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Passed Midshipman, Provisional Navy (no date). Master in line of promotion, Provisional Navy (nominated) November, 1864. Served on the C.S Receiving Ship "United States", Gosport Navy-Yard, 19861-1862. C.S.S. "Hampton" 1862-1863. C.S.S. "Shenandoah" 1864-1865.
Ranks Held: Midshipman, C.S. Navy; Master, C.S. Navy
Ships: United States; Hampton; Shenandoah


Mason, John T.

Date Secured: October 1924
Source: John C. Stiles, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired). National Guard of Georgia, Brunswick, Georgia.
Remarks: Commissioned by the C.S. Congress. Enlisted in Virginia. Served as Midshipman aboard the cruiser "Shenandoah" in 1864. Was Master aboard the "Shenandoah" in 1864.
Ranks Held: Midshipman, C.S. Navy; Master, C.S. Navy
Ships: Shenandoah


Mason, John T.

Date Secured: June 1924
Source: Mr. John D. Lining, 125 Fair Ground St. Jackson, Tennessee. He having an article on the "Shenandoah" written from the diary of his brother Dr. Charles E. Lining who was the Surgeon on the "Shenandoah".
Remarks: Midshipman on board the "Shenandoah". From the state of Virginia.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Shenandoah


Maury, William Lewis

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Resigned as Lieutenant, U.S. Navy, April 20, 1861. Commander in the Virginia Navy. 1st Lieutenant, C.S. Navy, June 10, 1861. Commander, February 17, 1863. Commander, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from May 13, 1863. Commanding Naval Battery Sewell's Point, Virginia in 1861. C.S.S. Tuscaloosa", 1862-1863. Commanding C.S.S. "Georgia" 1863-1864; relieved January 19, 1864. C.S.S. "North Carolina" 1864. Sick leave, 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Tuscaloosa; Georgia; North Carolina


Maury, William L.

Date Secured: October 1924
Source: John C. Stiles, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired). National Guard of Georgia, Brunswick, Georgia.
Remarks: Served in the U.S. Navy prior to the Civil War. Commissioned by the C.S. Congress. Enlisted in Virginia. Served as Lieutenant, 1861. 1st Lieutenant in 1862. Commander commanding the cruiser "Georgia" in 1863. Commander commanding the "North Carolina" in North Carolina waters in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy; Commander, C.S. Navy
Ships: Georgia; North Carolina


Mayo, Wyndam R.

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Resigned as Acting Mishipman, U.S. Navy, 1pril 25, 1861. Acting Midshipman, July 8, 1861. Passed Midshipman, January 8, 1864. Master in line of promotion, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Served on the C.S.S. "United States", Gosport, Navy-Yard, 1861-1862. C.S.S. "Chattahoochie" 1862-1863. Naval Station, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1863-1864. C.S.S. "Yadkin" 1864.
Ranks Held: Midshipman, C.S. Navy; Master, C.S. Navy
Ships: United States; Chattahoochie; Yadkin


Mayo, Wyndham R.

Date Secured: October 1924
Source: John C. Stiles, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired). National Guard of Georgia, Brunswick, Georgia.
Remarks: Commissioned by the C.S. Congress. Enlisted in Virginia. Served as Midshipman in 1861. Was Master aboard the "North Carolina" in North Carolina waters in 1864.
Ranks Held: Midshipman, C.S. Navy; Master, C.S. Navy
Ships: North Carolina


McCarrick, Patrick

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Master not in line of promotion, August 25, 1861. Lieutenant for the war, March 18, 1862. 1st Lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 8, 1864. Served on C.S.S. "Seabird"; battle of Roanoke Island; captured; paroled February 12, 1862. Mississippi defenses 1862-1863. Participated in Johnson's Island expedition, October, 1863. C.S.S. "North Carolina" in 1863-1864.
Ranks Held: Master, C.S. Navy; Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Seabird; North Carolina


McCarrick, James W.

Date Secured: August 1924
Source: Pages 300 and 303, Volume #5, North Carolina Regiment, 1861-1865, by Walter Clark. Furnished by Colonel A.H. Boyden, Salisbury, North Carolina.
Remarks: From Norfolk, Virginia, attached to the steamer "Winslow".
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Winslow


McCarrick, James W.

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Acting Master's Mate (No date). Master not in line of promotion January 9, 1863. Master not in line of promotion, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Served on C.S.S. "Seabird" captured at Roanoke Island, North Carolina; paroled February 12, 1862. Selma, Alabama, 1862. Mobile Squadron, 1863-1864. Ordered to C.S.S. "Macon" Septamber 8, 1864. Relieved March 20, 1865. from Command of battery at Shell Bluff, Georgia and ordered to C.S.S. "Macon".
Ranks Held: Acting Master's Mate, C.S. Navy; Master, C.S. Navy
Ships: Macon; Seabird


McCarrick, James W.

Date Secured: October 1924
Source: John C. Stiles, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired). National Guard of Georgia, Brunswick, Georgia.
Remarks: Served in the C.S. Navy as Master aboard the cruiser "Alabama" in 1864. Was Master aboard the "Macon" in Georgia waters in 1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Alabama; Macon


Micou, William B.

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Assistant Paymaster, September 30, 1862. Assistant Paymast, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Served on C.S.S. "Atlanta". Captured by U.S.S. "Weehawken", June 17, 1863. Prisoner at Fort Warren, 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Atlanta


Miller, Felix G.

Date Secured: October 1924
Source: John C. Stiles, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired). National Guard of Georgia, Brunswick, Georgia.
Remarks: Served in the C.S. Navy as Assistant Engineer aboard the "Savannah" in Georgia waters in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Savannah


Miller, Felix G.

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Assistant Engineer, November 2, 1861. 3rd Assistant Engineer, January 10, 1863. 3rd Assistant Engineer, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Served on the C.S.S. "Nansemond" 1863-1864. Ordered to C.S.S. "Isondiga" July 14, 1864 for temporary duty.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Nansemond


Mills, James

Date Secured: June 1924
Source: Michael Wade, 1417 West Main St. Richmond, VA.
Remarks: From Richmond, Virginia. Enlisted at Richmond.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Patrick Henry


Minor, Robert D.

Date Secured: September 1924
Source: Article on the "First Ironclad Naval Engagement in the World" written by E.V. White. Furnished by Captain E.D. Williams, Wilmington, North Carolina.
Remarks: Served on the C.S. Ironclad "Virginia".
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia


Minor, J.F.

Date Secured: October 1924
Source: John C. Stiles, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired). National Guard of Georgia, Brunswick, Georgia.
Remarks: Served in the C.S. Navy as Master's Mate aboard the cruiser "Shenandoah" in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Shenandoah


Minor, John (or Joshua) F.

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Appointed from Virginia. Acting Master's Mate, October 8, 1864. Served on the C.S.S. "Shenandoah" in 1864-1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Shenandoah


Minor, John C.

Date Secured: October 1924
Source: John C. Stiles, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired). National Guard of Georgia, Brunswick, Georgia.
Remarks: Served in the C.S. Navy as Master aboard the "Fredricksburg" in Virginia waters in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Fredricksburg


Minor, John C.

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Master not in line of promotion, December 18, 1861. Master not in line of promotion, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Ordnance Department, 1863-1864. C.S.S. "Fredricksburg", 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Fredricksburg


Minor, Lewis W.

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Formerly Surgeon, U.S. Navy. Surgeon, June 10, 1861. Surgeon, October 23, 1862, to rank from March 26, 1861. Served on C.S.S. "Tennessee", Mobile Squadron, 1863-1864. Surrendered May 4, 1865, Mobile, Alabama; paroled May 10, 1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Tennessee


Minor, Robert D.

Date Secured: October 1924
Source: John C. Stiles, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired). National Guard of Georgia, Brunswick, Georgia.
Remarks: Served in the U.S. Navy prior to the Civil War. Commissioned by the C.S. Congress. Enlisted in Virginia. Served as Lieutenant, Naval Ordnance Office in Louisiana waters in 1861. 1st Lieutenant abaord the "Virginia" in Virginia waters in 1862. 1st Lieutenant, Canadian Expedition in 1863. 1st Lieutenant Commanding the Naval Ordnance waorks in Virginia waters in 1864-1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia


Minor, Robert D.

Date Secured: March 1925
Source: U.S. and C.S. Navy registers, reports of officers, records of the C.S. Navy Secretary's Office.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed from Virginia. Formerly Lieutenant, U.S. Navy. 1st Lieutenant, June 10, 1861. 1st Lieutenant, October 23, 1862, to rank from October 2, 1862. 1st Lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 6, 1864. Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, 1861. Steamer "St. Nicholas", 1861. C.S.S. "Virignia" Flag Lieutenant to Admiral Buchanan; wounded in battle of Hampton Roads, March 8-9, 1862. Ordnance duty, 1862-1863. Participated in Johnson's Island expedition, October, 1863. In charge of Ordnance works, Richmond, 1863-1864. Flag Lieutenant and Ordnance Officer, James River Squadron in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: St. Nicholas; Virginia

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