J. R. Redmond Letter

Job R. Redmond (ca. 1832-1864) was a native of Buncombe County, North Carolina and served as a sergeant in in Co. A, 5th North Carolina Cavalry Battalion (later merged into the 6th NC Cav. Regt.) According to the 1860 census, Redmond (also spelled Redmon) was a farmer, and he and his wife, Malinda (b. ca. 1836), had three children: four-year-old James, two-year-old William, and an unnamed four-month-old baby girl. In April 1864 Redmond was arrested for desertion and executed in November.

North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh
Military Collection, Civil War, Box 85, folder 7


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IDsort descending Letter Date Author Recipient From To
9519 Redmond1 November 2, 1864 Job R. Redmond Malinda Redmond , Redmond Kinston, NC Buncombe County, NC

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