Volunteers in the Confederate Army from Marion County, SC
Surnames "Alltman-Am"
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Compiled by Victoria Proctor 1995 to present

* = Company of Militia last called into service

NAME RANK CO. REGIMENT ADDITIONAL DATA / CONTRIBUTOR
ALLTMAN, W. J.Private *Militia--
ALTMAN, J.PrivateH Eighth Regiment Infantry Died at Bull Run.
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ALTMAN, J. BenjaminPrivate I21st Regiment Infantry Died Georgetown, March 28, 1862.
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ALTMAN, J. Hamilton 4th Cpl.I21st Regiment Infantry --
ALTMAN, J. WesleyPrivateI 21st Regiment InfantryDied Georgetown, March 26, 1862.
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ALTMAN, James D.Private D7th Battalion, SC Reserves Oct 27, 1919 Frances Altman of Gresham, Marion County applied for pension for James D. Altman's service in Co. D, Seventh Battalion, S.C. Reserves.
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ALTMAN, JohnPrivateE Gregg's 1st RegimentPromoted for bravery to Corporal, October 1862. Died June or July 1863.
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ALTMAN, Samuel S.PrivateI 21st Regiment Infantry Died Georgetown April 1862.
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ALTMAN, StephenCorporalD Gregg's BatteryDischarged April 16, 1863.
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ALTMAN, W. C.Private *Militia--
ALTMAN, W. T.PrivateD Tenth Regiment Infantry Wounded Murfreesboro.
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ALTMAN, William J.2nd Lt.I 21st Regiment Infantry Wounded Petersburg. Promoted May 1863.
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AMMONDS, BenjaminPrivateD Gregg's Battery--
AMMONDS, D. PinkeyPrivateDGre gg's BatteryDischarged Feb. 10, 1863.
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AMMONS, A. R.PrivateDTenth Regiment InfantryDischarged 1862.
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AMMONS, AsaPrivateI1st Reg. Inf. (Hagood's) enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862; not on that of April 30, 1863. Died at hospital 1863. / Victoria Proctor
AMMONS, Daniel P.PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry--
AMMONS, H. CalhounPrivateL21 st Regiment InfantryDischarged January 1863.
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AMMONS, Hamilton A.PrivateDGregg's Battery--
AMMONS, J. DuncanPrivateLEig hth Regiment InfantryWounded Gettysburg.
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AMMONS, John T.PrivateHOrr's Regiment of RiflesWounded Richmond, June 1863.
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AMMONS, LeviPrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry--
AMMONS, M.PrivateFFourth Regiment Cavalry--
AMMONS, PhilipPrivateI 1st Reg. Inf. (Hagood's) enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as having been sent to hospital, September 2, 1862; discharged at hospital, September ___, 1862, by order of Major General Smith. / Victoria Proctor
AMMONS, W. EdwardPrivateL21st Regiment InfantrySurrendered N. Carolina, 1865. / Victoria Proctor
AMYST, E.J.N.--L 10th SC Inf Killed Dec 31 1862 Murfreesboro, Tn / Frederick Sineath, November 1997.

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