J. N. Ballenton

First Name: J.
Middle Name(s): N.
Last Name: Ballenton
Co. C, 30th North Carolina Infantry
Residence (County): 
New Hanover County, NC

[Ballenton (b. ca. 1825) served as a private in Co. C, 30th NC Inf. His entry in North Carolina Troops records that he was “taken from his shop by a file of men without being allowed an opportunity of seeing his family, never fired a gun in the rebellion and took the first opportunity of deserting and came into the Union lines at Kelly’s Ford” on November 11, 1863. Ballenton was confined in the Old Capital Prison on or about November 10 and died in hospital at Washington on March 13, 1864 of “Variola Confluenta.”]

Authored Letters

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ID Letter Date Author Recipient From To
10584 Vance149 June 21, 1863 J. N. Ballenton Zebulon Baird Vance NC Raleigh, NC

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