NameJohn Harden Gum 27898,27899,27900,27901,27902,27903,27904
Birth1841, Highland County, VA27898,27899,27901,27903,27905
Birth MemoPendleton Co, VA?
Census1850, Highland County, VA27906
Census MemoDistrict 25
Census1860, Highland County, VA27898
Census MemoNew Hamden
Death1864, New Market, VA27903,27907,27908
Death Memoin the Civil War
FatherJohn Gum (1813-1885)
MotherMary Ann Gum (1820-1891)
Military
Civil War Service Records: (Anc Plus Gum 10/11/2002)
Gum John H., Co C, Unit: 162 VA Militia, Rank: Private, Allegiance: Confederate

Pg 110 At the June session of the county court, the justices took the oath of allegiance to the Confederate States. They also appointed the following committees of safety in compliance with the Governor’s proclamation of the preceding April: Monterey: John Gum of A.17475 (same John Gum?)

US Civil War Soldier Records & Profiles741
John H Gum
Rank at Enlistment: Private
State Served: VA
Service Record: Enlisted in .
Sources: Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records
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John Gum
Rank at Enlistment: Private
State Served: VA
Survived the War?: No
Service Record: Enlisted in . Mustered out on 6 Aug 1862 at Lynchburg, VA Hospl
Sources: The VA Regimental Histories Series

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865737
John H. Gum, 162nd Regiment, VA Militia; Company C; Rank In: Private; Rank Out: Private; Side: Confederate; Regiment State: VA; Film # M382 Roll 23
Last Modified 29 Apr 2011Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore