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CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS OF HAMPTON COUNTY:

Adams. Christopher C. Private - 2nd Regment, Co. C.

Adams, Lamb B. Private - 11th Sc Reginment Co. K. (wounded in VA, arm amputated)

Altman, Abram B. Private - 11th Infantry Regiment Co. D.

Altman, Isaac Private - Kirk's Squadron, Co. A.

Anderson, Ephriam Private - 3rd SC Calvary, Co. H

Anderson, Robert H. Private - 11th Sc Infantry Co. F

Bowers Abram E. Captain - 24th Regiment Co. D. (Killed at Nashville, TN)

Breland, Josiah Private - 24th Regiment (Captured and died in the enemy's hand)

Causey, Thomas Allen - son of Allen Causey born in St. Peter's Parish in 1797.  At the time he served this area was Saint Peter's Parish and part of Beaufort County.   Served first in the 1st Regiment SC Mounted Militia and subsequently in Company E ,Third Regiment,SC Cavalry. US National Archives, submitted by Carol Suit.

Cook, Abraham M..Private - 11th Regiment Co. E

Cook Alfred C. Private - Kirk's Squadron Co. A

Cook, Andrew Jackson Private - 11th Reginment Co. E ( wounded and suffered lasting paralysis. POW at Elmira, NY)

Cook, Barnabas "Berry" Private - Manigault's Artillary Battalion, Co. D. (wounded, captured and died in Va on Jan 15, 1865)

Cook, Constantine Third Sergeant - 11th Reginment, Co. D

Cook, Elias Asberry Private - 11th SC Infantry Co. K.  My gr-gr-grandfather is Elias Asberry Cook, b.Mar 23, 1838. My father and I have been looking for his gravesite for 25 years.   He was paroled at Johnston's surrender at Bentonville, returned home and died in 1887.  Elias' father - Gadi Cook - is supposed to be buried in a cemetery in Stafford, SC.  Dennis Cook

Cook, Francis Asberry "Berry" Private - 11th Sc Infantry, Co. F ( wounded in Va., rejoined unit and captured at Fort Fischer, NC POW at Point Lookout, MD)

Cook, Hansford Private - Kirk's Squadron Co. H.

Cook, James Middleton Private - 11th Regiment Co F (died of disease at Confederate Hospital in Hardeeville, SC)

Cook, John Private - 11th Regiment Co. F ( died of disease in Hopsital)

Cook, McKenzie Private - 11th Regiment Co. D (died of disease at Confederate Hospital in McPhersonville, SC)

Cook, Reddin Private - 24th Regiment (surrendered and paroled at Greensboro, NC

Cook, Stephen Elliott Private - 11th SC Infantry, Co F

Cook, Washington Fourth Sergeant - 11th Regiment Co. D (killed at Swift Creek, VA)

Cook, William Martin Private - Kirks Squadron, Co. A Cavalry Assigned to detached duty as courier

Corbin, Edward Private - 11th Infantry Co. D. (Captured at Fort Fischer, NC on Jan. 15, 1865, and died as POW at Elmira, NY.)

Craps, H. F. Private - 11th REgiment Co. E

Crapse, Henry T. Private - 11th Regiment Sc Infantry 9th volunteers Co. E

Crapse H. T. Private - 11th Regiment SC Infantry 9th Volunteers Co. E

Crapse, J. J. Private - 11th Regiment Sc Infantry Co. E 9th Volulnteers

Crapse James J. Private - 11th Regiment Co. E Sc Infantry 9th Volunteers)

Crapse, Micheal D. Private - 3rd REgiment SC Calvary Co. E.also known as 2nd REgiment SC Calvary Capt. A. M. Martin's Co. Mounted Men SC Volunteers( taken prisoner at Florence, SC held at New Berne, NC Captured March 5, 1865 released June 26, 1865 at Point Lookout MD)

Crews, J.J. Washington Private - 11th SC REgiment

Crosby, Daniel Private - 11th Infantry Co. F (wounded and captured at Swift Creek, VA died in the enemys hands at Fortress Monroe on May 25, 1864)

Crosby, David Private - 11th Regiment Co. F (killed in battle at Swift Creek, Va on May 9, 1864)

Crosby, Emmanual Private - 11th Infantry Regiment, Co. F.

Crosby, George S. Private - 11th REgiment Co. F.

Crosby, Richard Private - 3rd Cavalry Regiment, Co. A

Crosby, Stephen Elliott Private - 11th Regiment Co. F

**DeLoach, Abram Private - 11th Calvary Co. E.

**CSA Army records show rank as Private, tombstone inscription of Captain refers to Red Shirt Co.

DeLoach, Charles Private - 24th Regiment Co. D

DeLoach, Jacob C. Private - 11th SC Regiment Co. I

Deloach, Jessie Private - 24th Regiment Co. D

Dobson, William Ferdinand, born January 26, 1845 died July 22, 1927. Served in Civil War Company E, 11th SC Infantry, captured at Buford Bridge Feb. 8, 1865, released June 26, 1865. Returned to Hampton County, served as County Coroner until his death. Source SC Dept of Archives, Columbia, SC. (My great-grandfather).  Supplied by virginia sinclair

Faust, James P. Private - Kirk's Squadron, Co..H

Fennell, Arthur Private - 11th Regiment, Co. F (died from disease in hospital at James Island, Sc on Feb. 19, 1864)

Fennell George Michael Private - 11th Regiment Co. D

Fennell, James Seth Private - 3rd Sc Calvary Co. D. (wounded in 1864)

Fennell, John N. Private - Kirk's Squadron, Cavalry, Co. A

Fennell, Washington Private, 3rd Cavalry Regiment Co. D

Fennell, William A. Private - 11th Infantry Regiment Co. D

Fennell, William H. Private - 11th Regiment,,Co.. F (MIA at Swift Creek, VA.)

Freeman, David Thomas Jr. Private - 3rd SC Calvary, Co. C

Freeman, James E. Private - 11th Infantry Co. E. (killed on picket duty at Petersburg, VA on June 18, 1894)

Freeman, John N. Private - 24th Regiment Co. D

Gatch, John David Private - 2nd SC Regiment, Cavalry

Gill, Allen Jerry - 2nd SC Cavalry

Gooding, John Jacob Major - 11th Infantry REgiment, Co. D

Gooding Perry Private - 11th Regiment Co. F (Wounded on the Weldon Rairoad at Swift Creek, Va and died in the emeny's hands on May 16, 1864)

Gooding, Thomas Private - 11th Regiment Co. F

Harriott, John Private - 5th SC Cavalry, Co. B

Harrison, John H. Major - 11th Regiment (Killed at the Battle of Pocotaligo on Oct. 22, 1862

Heape, Wheeler A. Pvt. , of 11th Regiment SC Infantry 2nd Co F.

Horton, Benjamin F. Private - there are 2 military records existing for the Conferates named Benjamin F.

Horton, One in the 3rd Sc Calvary, Co. C and Co. f of the 11th REgiment, the latter fell victim to disease

Horton Joseph Private - 11th SC Regiment Co. F (Killed at Swift Creek, VA)

Horton, Moses Private - Kirk's Squadron, Co. A

Horton, R. Franklin Private - 11th Regiment Co. E

Horton, Redden S. Private - Kirk's Squadron, Co. A

Hughey, William R. Private, 24th Regiment, Co. D. (surrendered and paroled at Greensboro, NC)

Hull, Samuel Edward Private - 11th Regiment, Co. F (Captured in Va., Died while POW at Elmira, NY Yankee Prison body never came home to SC)

Johnson, Frizzell D. Private - 3rd Calvary Regiment, Co. F

Jones, John Sergeant - 47th GA Infantry Regiiment )died June 5 1862)

Keel, C. Wise S. Private - McCreary's Co. A, Sc Infantry (Captured at Petersburg, Va and imprisoned at Elmira, NY_

Mixson, James R. Private - 11th Sc Regiment Co. I

Mixson, John A. Sergeant - 11th Infantry Regiment, Co. F (died of typhoid at Petersburg, Va on June 15, 1864) another brother, also signed up in 1861. But, died of typhoid fever at Petersburg, June 15, 1865. The Crater Charge was on July 30. He is buried in the common grave for the SC enlisted men at Blandford Cemetery, near Petersburg, VA.

Mixson, Miles R. - Private, Co. C 19th Battalion South Carolina Calvary,  son of James and nephew of Jessie and John, was also in for the entire war. Family lore says he tried to sign up at Pocotaligo, probably about the same time that his uncles did. But, he was sent back home as being too young to go to war. The pension record for Miles R. shows that he enlisted in 1862, which was probably with Kirk's Partisan Rangers. Based on family lore and actual documents, if is my belief that this "special forces" outfit was more willing to accept an underage youth than the regular army. His pension application also shows that he was in NC for the surrender. Based on company history, he may have been in the Battle of Bentonville. The 19th SC Cavalry was then part of the Army of Tennessee, under the command of Lt. Col. William L. Trenholm. And, as part of the Army of Tennessee, it surrendered to Gen. William T. Sherman at Durham Station, NC on April 26, 1865. The headstone for Miles shows his birth year to be 1846. However, his death certificate, which I have just found on the "Find A Grave" web site, shows the birth year as 1845. But, his Muster Roll taken April 13, 1864, for the purpose of accepting Company B of Kirk's Partisan Rangers into Company C of the 19th SC Cavalry, shows his age as 17. Therefore, I believe that 1846 is correct, since he would not have turned 18 until July of that year. This would have made him 16 years old at the time that he enlisted.   Muster rolls for him, obtained from the National Archives, have a notation at the bottom that shows Company B of Captain Kirk's Company, South Carolina Partisan Rangers, which was organized July 11, 1862, became Company C of the 19th Battalion on December 20, 1864. The Pension Application for Miles shows that he enlisted in 1862, but, no month or day is shown. Therefore, he must have enlisted in Kirk's Partisan Rangers sometime between July 11, 1862 and December 31, 1862. Unfortunately, no muster rolls from Kirk's Partisan Rangers have been found as of this writing. The pension application also shows that Miles was discharged in NC in April of 1865. This is consistent with Company records. Based on the pension application and muster rolls, these two companies appear to be the only ones in which Miles R. Mixson was enlisted. However, there is a marker on his grave which shows he was a Serg. in Co. G, 5th Georgia Calvary. But, National Archives records for this GA enlistment conflict with those for the SC enlistment, which is confirmed by the pension application. Therefore, it seems the Sgt. in the GA Company was a different man. Neither have any records been found to place Miles in the 3rd SC Cavalry or in the 10th SC Infantry, as has previously been reported. Based on some writings that I have seen, Kirk's Rangers and the 3rd SC Cavalry may have been in some of the same battles, and possibly that led to the belief that Miles was a member of it.  Jennie London, great granddaughter of Miles R. Mixson 15 Nov. 2014
Mixson, Jessie M enlisted in 1861 and served until the surrender in NC in 1865, based on the pension application filed by his widow and his CMSR.
Mixson,James R, his brother, did sign up in 1861, but, only for 90 days. So, he was not at the surrender in NC.

Nettles, Charles E. Private - 3rd Regiment, Co. E

Nettles, Henry Private - 3rd Cavalry Regiment, Co. A

Nettles, James Cuthbert Private - 11th Regiment Co. K

Nettles, Jessie M. Private - 3rd SC Regiment, Co. E

Nettles, Mark E. - First Butler GA Infantry

Nettles, Jr. William D. Private - 11th Sc REgiment Co K (Wounded and leg amputated. Died Sept. 14, 1864)

Nettles, III William D. - 11th SC Regiment Co K. Killed in va. on Feb. 6, 1863)

Peebles, Abraham - The National Archives did not have any information on Abraham Peeples, but the South Carolina Archives did. Unfortunately, their records contain some conflicting information. One record says he was killed at Swift Creek, while another says he was killed at Ft. Fisher. His muster roll shows him wounded at Swift Creek. My personal theory is that he was badly wounded at Swift Creek, muster roll shows he was wounded there and sent home for awhile on medical furlough. Perhaps someone mistakenly marked him as dead. Later, he returned and was subsequently killed at Ft. Fisher. His widow remarried, prior to the Pension Act, so we do not have that record.  Abraham Peeples is said to have been in the CSA, and was killed at Swift Creek. Problem - his year of death is given as 1861, and the Battle of Swift Creek, VA was not until 1864. Maybe there was another Swift Creek?   Jennie London

Prince, Joseph Edward Private - 3rd SC Cavalry

Richardson, Albert Rhett Sergeant - 5th Sc Regiment Co. B (killed in the Battle of Lynch's Creek on Feb. 26, 1865)

Richardson, Samuel G. Private - 11th sc Regiment

Stanley, Dempsey Private - 5th Cavalry Regiment Co. B, Whippy

Swamp Guards

**Stanley James Alexander Private - Kirk's Squadron Co. B

(surrendered at Durham Staion, NC on April 26, 1865. Visitors to the Sandy Run Cemetary in 1990 were shocked to find Grand

Army of the Republic on this tombstone. It is distressing to know that the mortal remains of an honorable Confederat soldier rest beneath the insignia of his enemy.

Stanley, John Joseph Private - 11th Sc Infantry, Co. D. (wounded at Petersburg, arm amputated at Confederate Hospital Farmville, VA.

Stanlley, Joseph Private - 11th Sc Infantry Regiment

Strickland, Elmore Private - 11th Regiment Co. D (killed May 16, 1864 at Swift Creek, Va.)

Thomas, James Private - 11th Sc Infantry Co. F

Thomas James Corporal - 11th Sc REgiment Co. D (captured and imprisoned at Point Lookout, MD)

Thomas, Phillip Sergeant - 24th Regiment Co. D

Thomas, Redding Private - 11th Regiment Co. D

Thomas, Thomas Private - 11th Sc Regiment Co. D

Thomas, Vincent James Private - 11th Regiment Co. D

Thomas, W. J. Sergeant - SC Cavalry, Co. B

Thomas, William Private 24th Regiment Co. D (killed in the Battles of Atlanta)

Tucker, Thomas Henderson Private - 47th GA Infantry. Co. F

(wounded at Richmand in Dec. 1865 discharged due to injuries but re-enlisted with the 59th GA Infantry, Co. D. wounded at Spotsylvania Court House, rejoined unit and paroled at Appomattox Court House, Va.)

Tuten, Laudowick Ashley Private - 11th Sc Regiment

Williaims, Benjamin S. Brevat Major - 47th REgiment GA Volunteers Captain in the Red Shirt Co. of 1876

Youmans, Robert Mitchell Corporal - 11th SC Regiment Co. F.

Youmans, Joseph Reid, Pvt.,  of Co. “D” 4th Regiment, SC Cavalry.

*****A note for anyone with a relative that fought in the Civil War and there is not a Conferderate Cross on their grave, please

contact the Daughters of the Confederacy and they will get you a cross ordered, they charge about $60.00 and hold a service for you at the graveside. Chapters that I know of in in Beaufort, Bamberg, Charleston, Aiken, North Augusta, Columbia.

If you think you have a ancestor that was in the Civil War you can research it at www.confederate.net

It is a most helpful link in finding out about your ancestors, or contact the SC Archives in Columbia., SC or the U.S. National Archives in Washington, DC

Sources are from the Archives in SC and the National Archives in Washington, DC.  Ms. Gloria Bowers helped supply most of what I didn't have. She helped me with it she is a Daughter of Confederacy and Revolutionary Society.  Yvonne C. DeLoach

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