The following publications detail the life

and times of the regiment


The 30th North Carolina Infantry in the Civil War by William Thomas Venner, McFarland & Co. Jefferson, NC; 2018

To Drive the Enemy from Southern Soil:  The Letters of Colonel Francis Marion Parker and the History of the 30th Regiment North Carolina Troops; By Michael W. Taylor, Morningside House, Inc., Dayton, Ohio; 1998


Stephen Dodson Ramseur, Lee’s Gallant General; by Gary W. Gallagher; the University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC; 1985


Experience of a Confederate Chaplain 1861-1864; By Rev. A. D. Betts, D.D., N. C. Conference Methodist Episcopal Church, South.  Chaplain 30th N.C. Troops.  Edited by W. A. Betts.


North Carolina Troops, A Roster, 1861-1865; Volume VIII;

By Weymouth Jordan and Louis Manarin; Division of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC 1861


Record of J.W. Bone’s Service in the Civil War, Company I, 30th Regiment NC; on file Albemarle Stanley County Library, NC


Writings of Aaron Leonidas DeArmond; Company K, 30th Regiment NC; as complied by Ms. Martha Riggins Brown; on file Sardis Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, NC


Histories of the Several Regiments and Battalions from North Carolina in the Great War 1861-1865; By Walter Clark Volume II; Thirtieth Regiment by Colonel F.M. Parker


Also on file with our Historian

Writings and diary of Capt. William E. Audrey 30th NCT Co K

And some letters of Capt. John Witherspoon 30th NCT co K


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