Name: YELVERTON, JOHN B. (also listed as J. B. Ellberton, J. B. Elliston, J. B. Elverton)
Rank: Private
Enlisted: 3 March 1862 
Service History: Abs. sick: Winchester, Virginia 1862/05/25, Cross Keys 1862/06/08, Cedar Mt., Virginia 1862/08/09, Hazel River 1862/08/23, Manassas Junction 1862/08/27, Manassas Plains 1862/08/28-30, Chantilly 1862/09/01, Harpers Ferry 1862/09/13, Sharpsburg, 1862/09/19, Gettysburg 1863/07/02-03, Battle Mount. 1863/07/24, Chickamauga 1863/09/19-20, Raccoon Mountain 1863/10/27, Knoxville 1863/11/20 & 29, Dandridge 1864/01/16, Wilderness 1864/05/06, Spotsylvania 1864/05/08 & 12; Abs. sick: Cold Harbor, 1864/06/03; P. at: Cold Harbor 1862/06/27, Malvern Hill 1862/07/02, Fredericksburg 1862/12/13, Suffolk, Virginia 1863/05/03, Lookout Valley 1863/10/28, Campbell's Station 1863/11/16 Disabled from wound received at Fussells Mill August 16, 1864. P.: Chester Station,1864/06/17, Deep Bottom 1864/08/14;Severely Wounded: Fussells Mill 1864/08/15; Ab. Wounded: Fort Gilmer 1864/09/29, Fort Harrison 1864/09/20, Darbytown 1864/10/07, Darbytown Road 1864/10/13, Williamsburg Road 1864/10/27.
Date of Birth: 1829 Place of Birth: South Carolina
Date of Death: 1886 Place of Death: Dale County, Alabama
Buried: Newton City Cemetery, Newton, Dale County, Alabama
Father: Kenneth Yelverton (b 17 October 1806 in South Carolina, d 5 November 1872 in Newton, Dale County, Alabama; son of Gideon B. Yelverton and Nancy Braswell)
Mother: Dicey //
Spouse(s): Sarah Ann // (b 17 February 1835 in Georgia, d 30 June 1874 in Dale County, Alabama)
Children: Oscar L., M. E. (daughter), J. D. (son), H. B. (son), C. Y. (son)
Occupation: Grocer, Clerk
Residence(s): Newton, Dale County, Alabama
Other: 
Photographs:

John B. and Sarah Yelverton
Newton City Cemetery

   

Submitter: Georgia V. Fleming E-mail: hyacinth@ala.net