Clinton M Andrews

Clinton M Andrews

Civil War (Confederate) · Confederate Army · Colonel
Civil War (Confederate) (1861 - 1865)
Branch

Confederate Army

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State

North Carolina

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Conflict Period

Civil War (Confederate)

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Unit

Second Cavalry (19th State Troops)

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Rank

Colonel

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Served For

United States of America

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Stories about Clinton M Andrews

Clinton Andrews Grave

    Tombstone indicates that "Col. Clinton M. Andrews fell in battle near Nottoway Court House, Virginia on June 23, 1864". (Actually was wounded at Black & White, Virginia).

    He was the son of John Newton and Sarah H. Andrews, and the husband of Ellen M. Butz Andrews.

    Education: 
    Attended University of North Carolina. 
    Graduated from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania. 
    Occupation before War: Bank Cashier in Summerville North Carolina. 
    Principal of Military School in Statesville North Carolina.

    Civil War Career: 
    1861 – 1862: Captain of Company B 2nd North Carolina Cavalry. 
    1862 – 1864: Major of 2nd North Carolina Cavalry Regiment. 
    1864: Lt. Colonel of 2nd North Carolina Cavalry Regiment. 
    1864: Colonel of 2nd North Carolina Cavalry Regiment.

    1864: Mortally Wounded in Skirmish at Black & White Virginia.

    Cause of his death was from the effects of having his leg amputated.

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    10/28/2013
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