Duplin County, NC
Company E, 20th N.C. Regiment Reunion of 1904
Standing, Left to Right:
(1) Cousin of Jethro William Oates
(1) Daniel A. Cogdell (1838-1920) 2nd Lt.
Joseph B. Oliver (1841-1915) 2nd Lt.
E. Faison Hicks 1844-1918) Sergent
James D. Ireland 1844-1918) Pvt.
John H. Loftin 1829-1905) Pvt.
Augustine D. Hicks (1842-1919) 1st. Lt.
Benjamin B. Carr (1837-1905) Pvt.
Lewis Giddens (1835-1909) Pvt. - Musician
Kneeling, Left to Right:
(4) Giles Monroe Martin (1841-1930) Pvt.
(5) Henry J. Williamson (1844-1914) Pvt.
George F. Kornegay (1838-1920) Cpl.
Kenan Millard (1843-1919) Pvt. - Drummer
Reuben Branch (1834-1913) Pvt.
John H. Blalock (1833-19--) Sergent
Oliver Summerlin (1830-1911) Pvt.
(2) B.B. Carr married Susan E. Millard, first cousin of Mittie (Martin) Oates
(3) Lewis D. Giddens was founder of Giddens Jewelery in Goldsboro, N.C.
The cross-roads community of Giddensville in Sampson County was named in
honor of an ancestor.
(4) Brother of Mittie Martin Oates. Giles was wounded in the hip by a mini-ball
at Gettysburg, which he carried for life. He teased we kids by bending over,
touching his head and saying "feel my mini-ball".
(5) "Henry J. Williamson was grandfather of Grace (Williamson) Turner of
Wilson, N.C. "Miss" Grace was thrilled to receive a copy of the above
photo, it being the only known photo of her grandfather at the time I gave it to
her. A devoted researcher at the North Carolina State Archives and History, she
is ever willing to assist the novice, with a smile.
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