May 8, 2014

Pages 724-725
Whole Number 41

RECORDS OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS OF VIRGINIA NAMED SPARKS-SPARKES
VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY, RICHMOND

by Charles Hughes Hamlin



Pinkney A. Sparkes. Company D, 38th Regiment, Armstead's Brigade; died of disease May 10, 1862. (Vol. 4, p. 260)

A. T. Sparks. Troop C, 4th Regiment, Fitzhugh Lee's Brigade (W. C. Wickham); enlisted April 1862 for three years. (Vol. 8, p. 350)

B. H. Sparks. Company D, 1st Battalion Virginia Reserves; enlisted April 1864 at Charlottesville for 11 months; Madison pension list. (Vol. 15, p. 239)

(Buck) W. J. Sparks. Company D, 1st Battalion Virginia Reserves. (Vol. 15, p. 239) (See also W. J. Sparks)

C. C. Sparks. Company G, 7th Regiment, Kemper's Brigade; enlisted May 1861, private; died at Fort Lee and buried in Finn's Point National Cemetery, New Jersey. (Vol. 1, p. 369)

E. Sparks. Company D, 17th Regiment, Corse's Brigade; enlisted April 1861 for 4 years; wounded Strasburg; Prince William. (Vol. 2, p. 289) This name may be Everett (W.) Speaks.

Gale W. Sparks. Master, Pro. Navy--"Confederate Navy"--Born in Louisiana, appointed from Louisiana; resigned as Acting Midshipman U.S. Navy April 25, 1861-Acting Midshipman July 8, 1861; passed Midshipman 8 January 1861; Master in line of promotion Provisional Navy June 2, 1864; Mississippi Defenses 1862-63; Mobile Squadron 1863-64; Charleston Squadron 1864- (Vol. 19, p. 233)

Henry T. Sparks. Company D, 1st Battalion Virginia Reserves. (Vol. 15, p. 239)

Hugh Sparks. Troop C, 16th Regiment, Cavalry Brigade. (Vol. 10, p. 546)

J. T. Sparks. Troop C, 16th Regiment, Cavalry Brigade. (Vol. 10, p. 546)

J. T. Sparks, Company G, 45th Regiment. Tazewell pension list. (Vol. 5, p. 106)

J. W. Sparks. Troop C, 4th Regiment, Fitzhugh Lee's Brigade (W. C. Nickham); enlisted 1861; captured 1864. (Vol. 8, p. 349) (See John Sparks, below; probably the same person.)

J. W. Sparks. Troop C, 16th Regiment, Cavalry Brigade. Tazewell pension list. (Vol. 10, p. 546)

James Sparks. 3rd Corporal, Company D, 1st Battalion Virginia Reserves; Madison County. (Vol. 15, p. 236)

John Sparks. Troop C, 4th Regiment, Fitzhugh Lee's Brigade (W. C. Wickham); enlisted 1861; captured 1864. (Vol. 8, p. 349) (See J. W. Sparks, above; probably the same person.)

John Sparks. Thoop C, 16th Regiment, Cavalry Brigade. (Vol. 10, p. 546)

John Sparks. "Letchers" Battery, Pegram's Battalion, Capt. Davidson's (Greenlee) Battery; under remarks: "Deserted to enemy May 1862 near Fredericksburg." (Vol. 18, p. 282) (See next item.)

John Sparks. Brander's Battalion; Muster Roll of Capt. Greenlee Davidson's Company J Light Artillery from the city of Richmond, Va.; known as the Letoher Artillery. This company was enrolled for active service at Richmond 17 February 1862. (W.D.C. 67, p. 3) (See item above.)

Jonas Sparks. Company D, 23rd Battalion Virginia Infantry. (Vol. 14, p. 440)

Jonas J. Sparks. 4th Corporal, Company C, 188th Regiment Virginia Militia; Colonel Henry S. Bowen. (Vol. 20, p. 319)

Joseph S. Sparks. Company D, 1st Battalion Virginia Reserves. (Vol. 15, p. 239)

Joshua W. Sparks. 3rd Corporal, Company C, 188th Virginia Militia; Colonel Henry S. Bowen. (Vol. 20, p. 319)

R. W. Sparks. 3rd Sergeant, Company A, 7th Regiment, Kemper's Brigade. (Reference to Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 24, pp. 361-363.) (Vol. 1, p. 336)

R. W. Sparks. Company A, 7th Regiment, Kemper's Brigade; enlisted April 1861. (Doubtless same as above.) (Vol. 1, p. 335)

William Sparks. Company No. 2, 111th Virginia Militia; enlisted Sep 15, 1861. (Vol. 20, p. 204)

William H. Sparks. Company No. 4, 111th Virginia Militia; enlisted August 14, 1861, Warrensville. (Vol. 20, p. 206)

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