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Ten regiments of North Carolina State Troops, numbering 1st to 10th, were organised to serve during the war on 8 May, 1861, and thirteen regiments of volunteers for twelve months service were authorised, numbering 1st to 8th and 10th to 14th on 10 May, 1861. Special Orders No.222, Adjutant and Inspector General’s Office, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, 14 November, 1861, authorised the original ten regiments of state troops to keep their numbering and the volunteers to be redesignated. All units were subsequently known as North Carolina State Troops.
The 9th, 19th, 41st, 59th, 63rd, 65th, and 69th became cavalry.
The 10th, 36th, and 40th became artillery.
Others that are not listed did not serve in Virginia.
1st Regiment: Company A (Ellis)* • Company C (Charlotte)* • Company D (Rowan)* • Company E (Wilmington)*
2nd Regiment: Company I*
3rd Regiment: Company G* • Company H (Branch)*
13th Battalion: Company C* • Company F*