STOVER
Hall of Honour

Revolutionary War:

Col. Thomas Ballard
1751 - 1843
After the War served as a Major of Militia in 1794
Served as Lt. Colonel of 25th Reg. on 11/28/1804
Civil War:

John T. Truesdal
1839 - 1862
Brother of John C. Truesdal
Fought with Co. G, Reg S.C.F.
Died, pierced through the head at the Battle of Sharpsburg

John C. Truesdal
1842 - 1864
Brother of John T. Truesdal
Killed at the Battle of Sulphur Springs in Alabama on 9/25/1864
William Jackson Stover
1829 - 1890
Achieved rank of Captain
Wounded at Sharpsburg, captured at Antietam on 9/21/1862
Wounded in leg on 7/3/1863
Wounded again by minimal through left shoulder on 5/15/1864
Taken prisoner again on 4/3/1865
John Cunningham Stover
1822 - 1904
Fought in Co 1 and 12th Reg. under Colonel T.F. Clayton
Achieved rank of Captain
James Leavell Stover
1835 - 1889
In Co. K, 7th Reg. SC Calvary
Worked as courier for General Beauregard’s HQ
Possibly injured on 8/1864
Thomas Bradford Stover
1825 - 1864
Died at Battle of Haw’s Shop or Elon Church on 5/28/1864 in Hanover, VA
Custer also fought in that battle on the Union’s side
David C. Stover
1841 - 1862
Died at Battle of Malvern Hill, VA
Carol Stover Frink’s 1C2R, William Daniel Gore
died at that same battle