Confederate Navy Ship(s) Search Results

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Johnson, J.V.

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 from Virginia. Served as 1st Lieutenant Commanding the cruiser "Georgia" in 1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Georgia


Johnson, 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 Assistant Engineer aboard the "Palametto State" in South Carolina waters in 1863. Was Engineer aboard the Torpedo Boat "Juno" in South Carolina Waters in 1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Palmetto State; Juno


Jones, Lucian C.

Date Secured: May 1924
Source: Roll of the Confederate Veterans Association, Camp N. 756 Savannah, Georgia. Compiled by Thomes F. Screven; Confederate Veterans Association, revised May 1, 1910, page 54.
Remarks: Entered the service October, 1861. Left the service May, 1865. Savannah Station and Wilmington Station, C.S. Steamer "Tallahassee". Flag Officer Tattnall, Battery Buchanan, Fort Fisher. Never detailed or in prison. At surrender April, 1865, Greensboro, South Carolina.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Tallahassee


Jones, Catesby R.

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 Richmond, Virginia.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia


Jones, Catesby 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 Lieutenant, U.S. Navy, April 17, 1861. 1st Lieutenant, June 10, 1861. Commander, April 29, 1863. Promoted for Gallant and Meritorious Conduct as executive and ordnance Officer of steamer "Virginia" in the action in Hampton Roads, March 1862; also in the action at Drewry's Bluff, May 15, 1862. Commander, Provisional Navy (nominated to rank from May 13, 1864). Served on the C.S.S. "Virginia" 1862. C.S.S. "Chattahoochie", 1862-1863. Naval ordnance works, Selma, Alabama, 1863-1864. Mobile Squadron, 1865. Paroled May 9, 1865, off Mobile, Alabama on board U.S.S. "Stockdale".
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy; Commander, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia; Chattahoochie


Jones, Catesby R.

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 from Virginia. Served as Captain of the Virginia Navy in 1861. Was Lieutenant, C.S. Navy in Virginia waters in 1861. Was Lieutenant and Executive Officer aboard the "Virginia" in Virginia waters in 1862. 1st Lieutenant Commanding the "Chattahoochie" in Florida waters in 1863. Was 1st Lieutenant Commanding the Naval Ordnance works in North Carolina waters in 1863. Was Commander of the Naval ordnance works a Selma, Alabama in 1864-1865. Promoted to Commander for Gallantry as Executive Officer of the "Virginia".
Ranks Held: Captain, C.S. Navy; Lieutenant, C.S. Navy; Commander, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia; Chattahoochie


Jones, Pembroke J.

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 from Virginia. Served as Lieutenant in the Virginia Navy in 1861. 1st Lieutenant in Virginia waters in 1862. 1st Lieutenant Commanding the "Resolute" in Georgia waters in 1862. 1st Lieutenant Commanding the "Raleigh" in North Carolina waters in 1864. 1st Lieutenant, Naval Battery Fort Fisher in North Carolina waters in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Resolute; Raleigh


Jones, Pembroke J.

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 in Virginia Navy. 1st Lieutenant, C.S. Navy, May 2, 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. Ordered to command Pig Point battery. James River, May 24, 1861. Commanding Barrett's Point, Elizabeth River, June 1861. C.S.S. "Georgia" 1862-1863. C.S.S. "Savannah" 1863. Special Service, 1863-1864. C.S.S. "Raleigh" 1864. Commanding submarine defenses, Chaffin's Bluff, September 1864. C.S.S. "Torpedo" 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Georgia; Savannah; Raleigh


Jordan, John 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. 3rd Assistant Engineer, April 29, 1862. 1st Assistant Engineer, August 13, 1863. 1st Assistant Engineer, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Served on the C.S.S. "Raleigh", 1862-1863. C.S.S. "Huntsville", 1863-1864. Naval Station, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1864. Mobile Squadron, surrendered May 4, 1865; paroled May 10, 1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Huntsville; Raleigh


Jordan, Marshall P.

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 "Palametto State" in South Carolina waters in 1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Palmetto State


Jordan, Charles 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 3rd Assistant Engineer, U.S. Navy. 3rd Assistant Engineer, June 11, 1861. 2nd Assistant Engineer, August 27, 1862. 1st Assistant Engineer August 15, 1863. 1st Assistant Engineer, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Served on C.S.S. "Florida" 1862-1863. C.S.S. Nansemond" 1863-1864. Naval Station, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Florida; Nansemond


Jordan, Marshall P.

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 2nd Assistant Engineer, U.S. Navy. 1st Assistant Engineer, July 6, 1861. 1st Assistant Engineer, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Naval Station, Charletson, South Carolina, 1862-1863. C.S.S. Palmetto State" 1863-1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Palmetto State


Kennon, Beverly

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 from Virginia. Served as Lieutenant in 1861. Was Lieutenant Commanding the "Governor Moore" in Louisiana State in 1862. Was 1st Lieutenant in charge of Ordnance in Virginia waters in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Governor Moore


King, Charles K.

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 Midshipman, U.S. Navy, May 16, 1861. Midshipman, June 15, 1861. Acting Master, September 24, 1861. Lieutenant for the war, February 8, 1862. 2nd Lieutenant, February 8, 1862. 2nd Lieutenant, October 23, 1864, to rank from October 2, 1864. 1st Lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 6, 1864. Served on the C.S.S. "Virginia". Participated in the battle of Hampton Roads. Amrch 8-9, 1862. C.S.S. "Georgia" 1862-1864.
Ranks Held: Midshipman, C.S. Navy; Master, C.S. Navy; Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia


King, Leslie 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 Atlanta" in Georgia waters in 1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Atlanta


King, Leslie 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 29, 1862. 2nd Assistant Engineer, May 21, 1863. 2nd Assistant Engineer, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Served on the C.S.S. "Georgia" 1862-1863. C.S.S. "Atlanta"; captured by U.S.S. "Weehawken", June 17, 1863.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Atlanta; Georgia


Lambert, Edgar 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 from Virginia. Served as Lieutenant in 1861. 1st Lieutenant aboard the "Drewry" in Virginia waters in 1864. 1st Lieutenant aboard the Torpedo Boat "Scorpion" in Virginia waters in 1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Drewry; Scorpion


Lambert, Edgar A.

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 from Virginia. Served as Lieuteant in 1863. 1st Lieutenant in 1863. 1st Lieutenant aboard the "Gaines" in Alabama waters in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Gaines


Langhorn, James K.

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, January 29, 1863. 3rd Assistant Engineer, Provisional Navy, June 2, 184. Served on C.S.S. "Chicora" 1863-1864. Charleston Squadron, 1864. C.S.S. "Virginia 2". James River Squadron in 1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Chicora; Virginia 2


Langhorn, James K.

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 "Virginia" in Virginia waters in 1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Virginia


Laramour, R.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 Maryland. Appointed from Virginia. Gunner, December 18, 1861. Acting Master's Mate (No date). 2nd Lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Naval battery, Aquia Creek, 1861. Drewry's Bluff, 1862-1863. C.S.S. "Missouri", Shreveport, Louisiana, 1864.
Ranks Held: Gunner, C.S. Navy; Acting Master's Mate, C.S. Navy; Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Missouri


Layton, 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. Acting Boatswain, July 11, 1861. 2nd Class Pilot, 1864. Served on the C.S.S. "Nansemond" in 1862-1863.
Ranks Held: Acting Boatswain, C.S. Navy; 2nd Class Pilot, C.S. Navy
Ships: Nansemond


Layton, Charles

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 Pilot aboard the "Nansemond" and "Beaufort" in Virginia waters in 1864. Pilot aboard the "Richmond" in Virginia waters in 1865.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Nansemond; Beaufort; Richmond


Lee, Daniel 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 aboard the cruiser "Chickamauga" in 1864.
Ranks Held: Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: Chickamauga


Lee, Daniel Murray

Date Secured: July 1924
Source: The Virginia Military Institute. Furnished by Joseph R. Anderson, Historiographer.
Remarks: Born in Virginia. Graduated at the Virginia Military Institute, 1861. Appointed from Virginia. Active Midshipman, August 30, 1961. Midshipman, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Past Midshipman, Provisional Navy (No date). Served on the following receiving ships: "United States" at Norfolk, Virginia, 1861-1862. C.S.S. "Patrick Henry", 1863-1864; participated in the capture of U.S.S "Underwriter", February 2, 1864 on the C.S.S. "Chickmauga in 1864 just before surrender of army of Northern Virginia; was transferred to the C.S. and served as Captain and Aide-de-Camp on Stall with his brother Major General Fitzhugh Lee. He was born in Alexandria, Virginia on February 14, 1844. The son of Captain Sidney Smith Lee of the U.S. Navy and the C.S. Navy. He went with the Corps of caders under Jackson to Camp Lee at Richmond on April 21, 1861 and spent three months drilling volunteers; went to Manassas attached as drill master to brigade of General Whiting. Was then appointed to the C.S. Navy. His record from the Virginia Military Institue historiographer by himself as follows. Appointed Active Midshipman August 1861. Midshipman, June 2,1863. Past Midshipman, 1864. Lieutenant on C.S. Receiving Ship "United States", Norfolk, Virginia, 1861. Ironclad "Richmond" on James River, 1862-1863. C.S. Ironclad "Chicora". Charelston Harbor School, "Patrick Henry", James River, 1864. C.S. Cruiser "Chicora", "Chickamauga" 1864-1865. Lieutenant in charge of attachment of sailors to Man-Batteries ofMechanicsville Road in Port of Richmond. Later in Cold Harbor Fight of Petersburg, then Naval Brigade Drewry's Bluff. At fall of Richmond, was wounded and captured at Sailor's Creek, but escaped and joined the C.S. Calvalry. Captain and Aide-de-Camp to Major Genral Fitzhugh Lee. Remained with this command until surrender. Took part in Naval fight at Hampton Roads ("Monitor" &"Merrimack"). Ran Blockade Newport News Batteries twice from Norfolk to Richmond Steamer "Jamestown". Second time in Hampton Roads, cut out and captured two boats and one schooner with supplies U.S. Army in Hampton Creek. Special Expedition to run along side and capture "Monitor" and steamer "Harmony". Monitor refused to fight the second time. Naval attack Drewry's Bluff of U.S. Monitor. Naval attack Fort Sumpter and Batteries detachment of sailors from Steamer "Chicora". Ordered on Expedition under Captain Wood; captured U.S. Steamer "Underwriter" under Captain Minor, Plymouth, North Carolina. Assisted in capture of town. Fort Fisher first Naval attack, ran Blockade, U.S. Fleet off, Wilmington, North Carolina. C.S.S. Cruiser "Chickamauga".
Ranks Held: Midshipman, C.S. Navy; Lieutenant, C.S. Navy
Ships: United States; Patrick Henry; Chickamauga; Virginia; Richmond; Chicora; Patrick Henry

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