Lott Gregory of Swansboro was a private in the Civil War

by | Jan 26, 2016 | Confederate affiliation, Onslow

Lott Gregory was a farmer and commercial fisherman. He moved to Marines, NC and married Martha Caroline Barber. Their children were Charles Leonard, Jason Ernest, Mary Elizabeth, Flora LaDonia, Melissa, and Henrietta G. Millis. Lott served as a private in the Cavalry Regiment. His tombstone has the words inscribed, “A friend of youth and a friend of truth.”

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