Confederate Navy Ship(s) Search Results

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Rootes, L.M.

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". From the state of Virginia.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia


Rootes, Lawrence M.

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 Midshipman and Aide to Captain aboard the "Virginia" in Virginia waters in 1862. Midshipman aboard the "Fredricksburg" in Virginia waters in 1864-1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia


Rootes, Lawrence M.

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, July 31, 1861. Midshipman, July 31, 1861. Midshipman, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Passed Midshipman, Provisional Navy (no date). Served on C.S.S. "Virginia", 1862, Aide to Flag Officer Buchanan. Naval works, Atlanta, Georgia 1862-1863. C.S. Steamers "Patrick Henry" and "Fredricksburg", James River Squadron, 1864-1865. Semmes Naval Brigade, 1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Patrick Henry; Fredricksburg; Virginia


Saunders, Farmer

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, August 14, 1861. Killed February 2, 1864 at the capture of the U.S.S. "Underwriter". Served on the C.S.S. "Chicora" in 1862-1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Chicora


Schroeder, J. Charles

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 Assistant Engineer in 1861. Chief Engineer in 1862. Chief Engineer Canadian Expedition in 1863. Chief Engineer aboard the cruiser "Chickamauga" in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Chickamauga


Schroeder, J. Charles

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. 1st Assistant Engineer, June 20, 1861. Engineer, July 15, 1862. Chief Engineer, October 23, 1862, to rank from October 2, 1862. Chief Engineer, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Served on Steamers "St. Nicholas", Chesapeake Bay, 1861. Johnson's Island expedition, October, 1863. C.S.S. "Richmond", 1862-1863. C.S.S. "Chickamauga", 1864. James River Squadron, 1864. Aboard, 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: St. Nicholas; Chickamauga; Richmond


Semple, James A.

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 Paymaster in 1861. Paymaster aboard the "Virginia" in 1862. Paymaster in charge of Supplies in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia


Semple, James

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". From the state of Virginia.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia


Sharp, William

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. Naval battery, Hospital Point, Virginia, 1861. Battle at Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina, August 28-29, 1861; commended for Gallant Conduct; prisoner, Fort Lafayette, 1861; transferred from Fort Warren to Hampton Roads, Novermber 6, 1861. Ordered to Charlotte, North Carolina, September 2, 1862. C.S. Steamers "Beaufort" and "Neuse", James River Squadron, 1863-1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Beaufort; Neuse


Sharp, William W.

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 in 1861. 1st Lieutenant in 1862. Lieutenant Commanding the "Beaufort" in Virginia waters in 1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Beaufort


Simms, Charles C.

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. From the state of Virginia.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia


Simms, Charles Carroll

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 Commanding the "Richmond" in Virginia waters in 1861. 1st Lieutenant aboard the "Virginia" in Virginia waters in 1862. 1st Lieutenant aboard the "Selma" in Alabama waters in 1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Richmond; Virginia


Simms, Charles Carroll

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. Served as Lieutenant, Virginia Navy. 1st Lieutenant, C.S. Navy, 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. Norfolk Navy-Yard, 1861. Potomac River defenses, 1861. Steamer "St. Nicholas" 1861. C.S.S. "Virginia"; battle of Hampton Roads, March8-9, 1862. C.S.S. "Florida"; reported for duty, October 25, 1862. Selma, Alabama, 1863. Commanding C.S.S. "Baltic", 1863-1864. Commandiing C.S.S. "Nashville", Mobile Squadron, 1864; surrendered May 4, 1865; paroled May 10, 1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: St. Nicholas; Florida; Baltic; Nashville


Simpson, Thomas 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. 3rd Assistant Engineer, April 22, 1862. Resigned September 8, 1863. Served on C.S.S. "Baltic", 1862-1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Baltic


Sinclair, George 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. Formerly Lieutenant in U.S. Navy. Served as Midshipman, Virginia Navy. 1st Lieutenant, C.S. Navy, April 20, 1861. Commander, May 13, 1863. Commander, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from May 13, 1863. Gosport Navy-Yard, 1861-1862. Savannah, 1862. Commandiing C.S.S. "Fingal", 1862. Commanding privateer "Georgiana", 1863.
Ranks Held: Midshipman, C.S. Navy; Lieutenant Commanding, C.S. Navy
Ships: Fingal; Georgiana


Sinclair, William H.

Date Secured: October 1924
Source: John C. Stiles, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired). National Guard of Georgia, Brunswick, Georgia.
Remarks: Served in ther C.S. Navy as Master and Executive Offiver aboard the "Tuscaloosa", a Tender in 1863.
Ranks Held: Master, C.S. Navy; Executive Officer, C.S. Navy
Ships: Tuscaloosa


Sinclair, William H.

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 Midhsipman, August 8, 1861. Midshipman, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Gosport Navy-Yard, 1861-1862. Charlotte, North Carolina, 1862. C.S.S. "Alabama" 1862-1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Alabama; Tuscaloosa


Sinclair, William B.

Date Secured: July 1924
Source: Virginia Military Institute, Lee, Virginia. Furnished by Joseph R. Anderson, Historiographer.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Appointed to Navy from Virginia. Former Surgeon in U.S. Navy. Surgeon, July 10, 1861. Surgeon, October 23, 1862, to rank from March 26, 1861. Served on C.S. Navy ship "United States". Norfolk Navy Yards 1861. Naval Rendez-vous, Richmond, 1862-1864. Died in Baltimore. Commodore Maury and Lieutenant John M. Brooke gave his history, September 27, 1895.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: United States


Sinclair, Arthur

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 Commander in the Virginia Navy in 1861. Commander Commanding the "Winslow" in Virginia waters in 1862. Commander Commanding the "Atlanta" in Georgia waters in 1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Winslow; Atlanta


Sinclair Jr., Arthur

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 Captain's Clerk aboard the "Virginia" in Virginia waters in 1862. Master aboard the cruiser "Alabama" in 1863. 1st Lieutenant in 1864.
Ranks Held: Captain's Clerk, C.S. Navy; Lieutenant, C.S. Navy; Master, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia; Alabama


Sinclair Jr., George 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, July 17, 1861. Midshipman, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Served on C.S. Receiving Ship "United States". Gosport Navy-Yard, 1861-1862. C.S.S "Florida" 1862-1863. Captured off Bahia, Brazil, October 7, 1864. Mobile Squadron, 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: United States; Florida


Sinclair Jr., Arthur

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


Sinclair Jr., William B.

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 Midshipman aboard the cruiser "Nashville" in 1861. Midshipman aboard the "Florida" in 1864. Drowned at sea July 10, 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Nashville; Florida


Sinclair Jr., 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. Acting Midshipman, December 2, 1861. Midshipman, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Passed Midshipman, Provisional Navy (No date). Drowned at sea, July 10, 1864. Served on C.S.S. "Nashville", 1861. C.S.S. "Richmond", 1862-1863. C.S.S. "Florida" in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Nashville; Richmond; Florida


Sinclair Jr., George T.

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 Midshipman aboard the cruiser "Florida" in 1862-1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Florida

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