Thomas Wayman McInturff

33rd Virginia Infantry
Company B (Toms Brook Guard)
Stonewall Brigade

Husband of Frances M. McInturff (daughter of Sarah Golladay)

Thomas enlisted on 18 June 1861 as a Corporal. He was promoted to 3rd Lieutenant on 29 August 1861 and 2nd Lieutenant on 22 April 1862. He was shown on all muster rolls until 31 December 1863, which was the last recorded entry.

Thomas was wounded at Spotsylvania on 12 May 1864 and taken prisoner of war along with most of the Stonewall Brigade at the Battle of Spotsylvania.

Thomas married Francis in July 1865.

Thomas died of pneumonia on 10 January 1918. On 07 September 1918, his wife Francis was living in Woodstock when she filed a pension application based on his Civil War service. This pension application states Thomas's date of death as 1918, although his tombstone inscription says his date of death was 10 January 1917.

CSA flag   Buried at: Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock (Shenandoah County), Virginia   CSA flag

This page last updated on August 10, 2008