6 Great Grandfather: Moses Gordy B: Jun 25 1780 D: Oct 26, 1820
Moses, his son, Levin and his wife, Elizabeth Murphy Gordy are burried in the Abbotts Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetary in Davidson County, North Carolina at 2817 Abbotts Creek Church Road. Moses' mother,Unicy Gordy B: 1758 D: 1821, is also buried there
Aquilla Jones was the grandson of Moses Gordy. His parents were Hannah Gordy and Agustus Jones.
Grandson Aquilla Jones B: 1838 Cousin to Moses Gordy B: 1830
May 28 1861 Volunteered and enlisted at age 34 in Co F NC 6th Regiment Infantry State Troops as a Musician and Private in Charlotte, NC for the duration of the war.
Jun & Aug 1861 Present Sick. Bounty paid $15.00.
Sep & Oct 1861 Present
Nov & Dec 1861 Present
Jan & Feb 1862 Absent. On furlough, NC, 30 days, 16 Feb., Gen Whiting
Mar & Apr 1862 Absent. Sick in hospital Richmond 29 March.
Mar 30 1862 Name appears on Register of Chimborazo Hospital No. 4. Disease: Pheumatism, Chron. Admitted Mar 30 1862, returned to duty May 8 1862.
May & Jun 1862 Not Stated.
Jun 11 1862 Appears on a Register of Chimborazo Hospital No. 3, Richmond, VA. Disease Chloeral Movbus. Admitted June 11 1862. Transferred to Lynchburg June 17 1862.
May to Oct 1862 Present
Sep 22 1862 Appears on a Register of Medical Directors Office Richmond, VA. Hospital Chimborazo Div 4. Disease: Diarahoea Ac. Admitted Sep 22 1862 Returned to duty Oct 10, 1862.
Nov & Dec 1862 Absent. On detached service, Ordnance Guard, since Nov 1862, by ord. Col Avery. Jan & Feb 1863 Present
Mar & May 1863 Absent. On detached service, Ordnance Guard, since 18 Mar.
May to Aug 1863 Absent. On detached service, Ordnance Guard, by Order Gen Ewell.
Aug 4, 1863 Appears on a List of men, of Hokes Brigade, on detached service. Remarks: Guard in Div. Ordnance Train by order of Gen. Early.
Sep & Oct 1863 Absent. On detached service, Ordnance Guard, by Order Gen Ewell.
Nov & Dec 1863 Absent. On detached service, Ordnance Guard, by Order Gen Ewell.
Jan & Feb 1864 Absent. On detached service, Ordnance Guard, by Order Gen Ewell.
Jun to Aug 1964 Appears on a Muster Roll of detached men with Ord Train Art VD at Staunton, VA.
Sep to Oct 1864 Absent. Detach service Corps, Ordnance Guard since Mar 19, 1963 order Lt Gen Early.
Nov & Dec 1864 Absent . Detach service Corps, Ordnance Guard since 16 Mar 63 order Gen Ewell. No Date Listed on Roll or Honor.
Apr 9 1865 Appears on a List of non-commissioned officers and men on duty at the Head Quarters of Brig. Gen A. L. Long. Commanding Artillery, Prisoners of War belonging to the Army of Northern Virginia, who have been this day surrendered by General Robert E. Lee, C.S.A. commanding said Army, to Lt Gen. U. S. Grant, commanding Armies of the United States. Paroled at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9 1865. List dated Head Qrs. Brig. Gen A. L. Longs Artillery Command April 9 1865.
Updated 01 Sep 11