|Death: ||May 12, 1864|
Son of George and Catherine Ennis; brother of Pvt. Thomas Edward Ennis, also of the Stafford Light Artillery, and Pvt. George William Ennis of the 30th Virginia Infantry.
He married Mary Catherine Randall, son of John and Martha Randall, on 8/12/1861 in Stafford County, Va. They had one child, Charles Bernard Ennis, born in 1862. After Pvt. Ennis was killed, his widow married William C. Gray.
Cooper's Company, Stafford Light Artillery, Braxton's Battalion, Cooke's Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A.
Residence Stafford County VA;
Enlisted 8/9/1861 at Fredericksburg, VA, mustered in as a Private; reunited with his brother, Thomas Edward Ennis.
Listed as Absent, sick at home since Sept. 25 on Sept & Oct 1861 Rolls; returned to be listed Present on Nov & Dec 1861 Rolls.
Present on Jan & Feb 1862 Rolls.
Present on Sep & Oct 1863 Rolls.
No further record.
Killed In Action (place and date not stated) per postwar published and corroborated account of former comrade-in-arms in Stafford Artillery.
Stafford Light Artillery was organized in August, 1861, with men recruited in Stafford County, Va.
Family info courtesy of great-great-granddaughter of Pvt. Ennis, and family friend Lynda Durfee.
(bio by: BigFrench)
Spotsylvania Confederate Cemetery
Plot: Virginia State Section
Created by: BigFrench
Record added: Nov 06, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9764629
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