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LANGFORD Barnwell Francis (Barney) Langford, born 1845 in South Carolina -- He married Sarah Ann Clementine Matthews, She was born 1850 -- They are listed in the 1920 Jasper County, SC Census; In 1900 and 1910 they are listed in Hampton County, SC Census.  Researching Family, Need his descendants and siblings etc. -- Where died and buried ! 12 Nov. 2008 James T. Lord
LIMEHOUSE I am trying to verify where during the Civil War the location of an area where my ancestors enlisted at Cheehawville. My great grandfather, M. Mendenhall Limehouse, was born in Aiken in 1844 and was 16 when he first enlisted.  He was actually discharged as disability but was underage. He enlisted a second time 6 months later. On company muster roll of July 6, 1861, Hilton Head, SC signed by Lieut. H.S. Farley, Company C, 11th SC Infantry, 9th SC Volunteers, Confederate, Private, his age is listed as 18. He volunteered for one year service. He was a private in Capt Josiah Bedon's Company, 9th Reg SC Inf (subsequently became Company C, 11 Regiment, SC Infantry; organized 1861 under call of men for coast defense. Regiment reorganized May 3, 1862 with ten companies A-K. Other pay records show: sick leave, 10 days, Dec. 25, 1861; sick leave, 10 days, from April 17, 1862, St Georges Parish; Leave extended by order of the Comdg Gen--under age, term expires July 18, 1862. Discharged on account disability, his papers were mislaid at headquarters until after muster on June 30, 1862. Pay due from April 30-June 9, 1862. Discharged June 9, 1862, Hardeeville, by order Brig. Gen Drayton. (Copy of discharge papers for disability signed by Robert Ilderton, M.D.)

REEL 250 - M.M. Limehouse, born in Aiken, SC age is 16 yrs & 8 mo. Height 5' 8-10", light complexion, dark eyes, light hair, occupation, student.

REEL 52-Co D 17th Batt (6th Batt SC Cav) became the 5th SC Cav---M.M. Limehouse name appears ( as well as E.J. Limehouse and R.J. Limehouse) on petition to Secretary of War, G.W. Randolph signed at Chisolmville, SC on Sept. 3, 1862 requesting to appoint Major R.J. Jeffords as Colonel of regiment fromed by consolidation of 14th Batt and 2 other companies.

REEL 35 - 5th Cavalry...On January 27, 1863 he reenlisted at Chehaw, SC by Major Jeffords, as private with 5th Calvary.

Tensie Campbell
LINGG My ancestors lived in Grahamville, SC. The family names were LINGG and FERRELL. We know the FERRELL family had a property named "Riceshire" near present-day Ridgeland. The LINGG family owned an inn in Grahamville and Alois LINGG (?1810-1869) was a baker. Alois married Mary FERRELL around 1840 and they had 9 children. Mary was the daughter of Isaac and Jane FERRELL of Riceshire. Mary FERRELL had at least two brothers, Henry and Milton, both who married and had children, as well as several sisters we can't trace. Anyone out there doing research on these two families? (1/14/97) Kathy Marsh

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