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1863), Mary R. (1866) and David (1869). December 15, 1858, and they lived and farmed in the Mocksville District. St. Leger enlisted in Davie County on September 3, 1862, with the rank of Private. C. Cavalry, while absent detailed as a blacksmith. He remained absent on detail through October 1864, and was paroled at Salisbury, North Carolina, in 1865. After the war he returned to Davie County and farmed in the Calahaln District. He married again, this time to Elizabeth Parish on March 18, 1885.
He was promoted to Corporal on November 1, 1863, and was present or accounted for until he was wounded at Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, May 9, 1864. He was hospitalized at Lynchburg, Virginia, where he died of his wounds. The date of his death was not reported. Sarah’s application for a widow’s pension is on ﬁle in the State Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina. However, the application was denied by the commission because her real estate taxes were based on assets of $1200, which exceeded the value allowed.
So he reenlisted at an unknown place and time. Things did not go well after that. He was admitted to Richmond hospital with neuralgia on December 28, 1862, transferred to Danville hospital January 8, 1863, was absent sick through December 1863, absent without leave January 3, 1864, absent sick with “Feb. Intermitt” in Richmond hospital June 19, 1864, and furloughed for 30 days August 4, 1864. He was reported absent without leave January 27, 1865, and was paroled at Salisbury, North Carolina, May 1865.
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