Soldier Profile - Cloer, W. M.

 
Full Name: Cloer, W. M.
Home State: North Carolina
Allegiance: Confederate
Unit/Service Branch: 62nd Infantry
 
The 62nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment was formed at Waynesville, North Carolina, in July 1862, and was composed almost entirely of men from Western North Carolina. Its members were recruited in the counties of Jackson, Haywood, Clay, Macon, Rutherford, Henderson, and Transylvania. The field officers were Colonels George W. Clayton and Robert G. A. Love, and Lieutenant Colonel Bryan Gibbs McDowell and they were descendants of Revolutionary War soldiers.
Letters Written by Cloer, W. M.
Letter August 27th, 1863 - Cumberland Gap
Letter August 23rd, 1863 - Cumberland Gap
Letter August 20th, 1863 - Cumberland Gap
Letter August 13th, 1863 - Cumberland Gap, Ky
Letter July 12th, 1863 - Cumberland Gap, Ky
Letter May 14th, 1863 - Unknown
Letter May 11th, 1863 - Greenville, Tenn
Letter October 17th, 1862 - North Carolina, Macon County
Letter October 16th, 1862 - Camp Zollicoffer, Tenn.
Letter October 14th, 1862 - Camp Zollicoffer, Tenn.

www.soldierstudies.org