James M. Stone
Enlisted as a Private in "H" Co. VA 24th Cavalry
Enlisted as a Private in Company H, 24th Virginia Cavalry, December 1, 1863 at Charles City Court House, he was captured at Charles City C. H., December 13, 1863, exchanged on October 11, 1864, hospitalized in Richmond October 15 - 19, 1864, subsequently furloughed and forwarded back to the 24th, paroled at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865,
24th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry
24th Cavalry Regiment was organized in June, 1864, by consolidating eight companies of the 42nd Virginia Cavalry and two companies of Dearing's Confederate Cavalry. This unit served in General Gary's Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, and fought in various conflicts around Richmond. Later it was involved in the Appomattox Campaign and surrendered with 19 officers and 144 men. Its commanders were Colonel William T. Robins, Lieutenant Colonel Theodore G. Barham, and Major John R. Robertson.