Pvt. Mills Riddick, age 18, resident of Nansemond County, Virginia, enlisted in Company I, 9th Virginia Infantry at Pinner's Point, Virginia, received a gunshot wound in a picket fight near Suffolk April 13, 1863, patient at Episcopal Hospital, Williamsburg, Virginia April 18 to September 8, 1863, thereafter on detached service at Petersburg, Virginia with the Provost Marshall and Passport Offices, of the 23 cards in his service record file is an endorsement to President Davis of his "young friend's" application for transfer to the Signal Service/Corps in which it is recorded that his father was a member of the House of Delegates in the General Assembly. This recommendation states that Mills was age 18 when he enlisted in the regiment.
A James W. Riddick served in Co. K and Amos Riddick served in Co. I of the 9th Virginia Infantry
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