Civil War - Confederate Records
64th Virginia Infantry was formally created on December 14, 1862, by the consolidation of the 21st and 29th Battalions of Virginia Infantry. The Regiment was reorganized September 1, 1863 at Cumberland Gap and became known as the 64th Virginia Cavalry.
Company B, Captain William R. Boles' Company, was formerly Company B, of the 21st. Company commanders were Capt. William R. Boles and Captain Benjamin F. Poteet. David P. Standerford and William J. Standerfer served in Co. B.
John F. Standifer of Wise County, VA served in Co. B. He previously served in Co. C, 5th VSL and in Co. A., French's Battalion. (age 29, Farmer, Wisci Co. 1850 census)
John Sandifer of Warwick County, Private, CSA, died at Chester Station, Virginia, in 1863. Fort Eustis Historical and Archaeological Association, Warwick County, Virginia, 1782-1880, Who Was Who (1977), p. 316. *Contributed by Fred Eggleston
Thomas Sandifer of Warwick County, Private, CSA, surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse on 9 April 1865. Ibid.*Contributed by Fred Eggleston
From: The Roster of Confederate Soldiers, 1861-1865, Vol. SIV; edited by Janet B. Hewett
S.S. Sandefer, Mil. Washington City
Samuel M. Sandefur, Lt. Arty. King's Co.
|Alfred Sandford, 9th Cav. Sandford's Co||Alfred Sandford, 111th Mil. Co. 4, Cpl|
|E. C. Sandford, 15th Cav. Co. A||George L. Sandford, 47th Inf. Co. C, Cpl|
|G. R. Sandford, 9th Cav. Sandford's Co.||James Sandford, Lt. Arty. Arch. Graham's Co.|
|James Sandford, Conscr. Cp., Lee Co. A||James B. Sandford, 0th Cav. Sandford's Co.|
|James B. Sandford, Cav. 15th Bn. Co. A||John B. Sandford, 47th Inf. Co. D, Cpl|
|Lucius E. Sandford, 9th Cav. Sandford's Co., Capt.||Lucius E. Sandford, 15th Cav., Co. A, Capt|
|Lucius E. Sandford, Cav. 15th Bn. Co. A, Capt||Lucius E. Sandford, 111th Mil. Co. 5, Capt.|
|Thomas V. Sandford, 47th Inf. Co. C, AQM||W. E. Sandford, 15th Cav.|
|William E. Sandford, 9th Cav. Sandford's Co.||William P. Sandford, 47th Inf. Co. C|
|W. J. Sandford, 10th Cav. 2nd Co. E||Ivon Stanford, 37th Inf. Co. C|
|Abram Standifer, 5th Inf. 2nd, Co. E||Alex. F. Sandifer, 11th Inf. Co. B|
|Benjamin J. Sandfier, Inf. 44th Bn., Co. E||B. F. Sandifer, Inf. 44th Bn., Co. E.|
|George P. Sandifer, 11th Inf., Co. B||John H. Sandifer, 32nd Inf. 2nd, Co. H|
|L. G. Sandifer, 3rd Inf. Loc. Def., Co. A||Robert T. Sandifer, 11th Inf., Co. B|
|Thomas J. Sandifer, 11th Inf., Co. B||Thomas P. Sandifer, 32nd Inf., 2nd Co. H|
|W. D. Sandifer, 3rd (Archer's) Bn. Res., Co. B||William A. Sandifer, 11th Inf. Co. B, Cpl|
|William A. Sandifer, 39th Mil. Co. B|
David Standeford, 51st Inf. Co. I
David P. Standerfer, Inf. 21st Bn., Co. B
David P. Standerfer, 64th Mtd. Inf., Co. B
James Standerfer, 50th Inf., Co. B
William J. Standerfer, Inf. 21st Bn., Co. B
William J. Standerfer, 64th Mtd. Inf., Co. B
B. F. Standiford, 20th Cav., Co. G
John Stanford, Lt. Arty, Cayce's Co.
James Stanifer, 64th Mtd. Inf. Co. K
POW's Soldiers & Sailors who died in Federal Prins & Military Hospitals in the
compiled by Ingmire & Ericson from the National Archives:
p. 87 - Camp Chase (Near Columbus, OH): George Standeford, Rank: Citizen; Co. Marshall Co., VA; date of death: August 11, 1862; Confederate Cemetery.
p. 374 - Point Lookout, MD: Jas. Standerfer, Pvt. B, 50 VA d. September 4, 1864; b. Confederate Cemetery
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