TOLAR (VETERAN CSA), MATTHEW AUTRY - Cumberland County, North Carolina | MATTHEW AUTRY TOLAR (VETERAN CSA) - North Carolina Gravestone Photos

Matthew Autry TOLAR (VETERAN CSA)

Cross Creek #1 Cemetery
Cumberland County,
North Carolina

William James Tolar - Seriously wounded leading a charge, at the Battle of Atlanta, GA on July 22, 1864. Died on January 20, 1896

Lieutenant John Henry Tolar died at the battle near Chancellorsville, Va., on the 8th May, 1864

Robert Monroe Tolar - Private in Munn's Artillery: Captured at surrender of Fort Fisher, NC ~ (Died July 22, 1912)

Matthew Autry Tolar ~ Sergeant in Cumming's Battery North Carolina Volunteers (death date unknown)

Thomas Bunyon Tolar - Wounded in Battle at Murfreesboro, TN, on Dec.31, 1862/ Died August 1863 in Hospital Union Point, Georgia

Sampson Boone Tolar - Wounded in Hanover, VA - He served as a Private in Company K, 18th North Carolina Volunteers. Disabled for later service (Died July 31, 1909)

Alfred Hamilton Hayes Tolar He was a Captain in Company K, 18th North Carolina Volunteers. He was wounded three times, the last at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863 which disabled him from further duty. (Died July 21, 1927)

Haynes L. Tolar - Killed accidentally during Seven Days Battles around Richmond (Died June 1862) He was a Private in Company K, 18th North Carolina Volunteers.

Joseph Marshall Tolar - Buglar in Cumming's Battery North Carolina Volunteers ~ (death date unknown)

Bio information taken from Anna Faye Allison Burgess' Blogspot on the internet.

Contributed on 8/26/20 by tomtodd
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Submitted: 8/26/20 • Approved: 8/31/20 • Last Updated: 8/31/20 • R759-G756

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