|Death: ||Aug., 1863|
North Carolina, USA
He was a Confederate Soldier
21st Infantry Regiment
The Hundleys' were farmers in Stokes County, N.C.
John H. Hundley enlisted in Company C, 21st North Carolina Infantry Regiment (North Carolina Troops) on 4 August 1862. During most of his enlistment, Hundley was incapacitated by an unspecified, but apparently preexisting condition.
He died in August 1863 while on furlough.
(Info Below from Sam Eanes)
He was wounded in the left hand on July 1 1863 on the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg. He died with complications on July 28 1863.)
A collection at the UNC library consists of letters and a few financial documents, 1849-1899 and undated, of the Hundley family of Stokes County, N.C., and related families.
Most of the letters are from John H. Hundley to his wife, Sally W. Hundley, during his service in the 21st North Carolina Infantry Regiment (North Carolina Troops), 1862-1863. All but one of the Civil War letters were written from Virginia, many of them from hospitals. Most letters discuss Hundleys' health, but some describe military life, including troop movements.
Materials, 1864-1865, include letters of condolence to Sally Hundley and letters lamenting the deaths of family members and difficulties on the homefront, particularly the absence of men in their communities.
Letters of 1867 and 1868 give family news and report post-war hard times. Also included are a few pre-war financial papers related to the familys' farming and post-war correspondence from individuals who relocated to Missouri and Colorado.
George W. Hundley (1805 - 1871)
Emily M Lovell Hundley (1800 - 1876)
Sally W. Floyd Hundley (1834 - 1927)
Sally Ann Hundley Bouldin (1830 - ____)*
John H. Hundley (1833 - 1863)
Created by: deegraver
Record added: Jan 03, 2012
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