Volunteers in the Confederate Army from Marion County, SC
Surnames "Can-Car"
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* = Company of Militia last called into service

NAME RANK CO. REGIMENT ADDITIONAL DATA / CONTRIBUTOR
CANDY, Samuel PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Died at home.
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CANNON, George H. 5th Sgt.I21st Regiment Infantry From Darlington. Living (in 1902).
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CANNON, J. B. Private* Militia--
CANNON, Henry Maxwell 1st Lt.I 21st SC Vols.Discharged, May 1, 1862. Dead (by 1902).
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CANNON, Samuel W. PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry
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CANNON, William H.2nd Cpl. I21st Regiment Infantry Of Darlington. 9 Dec 1919 - Lottie E. Cannon of Florence, Florence County applied for pension for service of William H. Cannon in Co. I, Twenty-first Regt., S.C. Volunteers
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CAPPS, FrancisPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Oct 27, 1919 Frank Capps of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. D, Gregg's Battery, Pegrams Artillery Battalion.
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CAPPS, FrancisPrivate CPegram’s Batt POW at Hart's Island, NY 1865
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CAPPS, John H. PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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CAPPS, John W. PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Discharged, over age, 1862.
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CAPPS, Newton Foster-- --- Oct 27, 1919 Newton Foster Capps of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. I, Eighth Regt, S.C. Volunteers.
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CAPPS, Richard PrivateDGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
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CAPPS, Richard Private LMcQueen’s Art.POW at Hart's Island, NY 1865
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CAPPS, William W.Private EGregg's 1st Regiment--
CARMICHAEL, Alexander J.PrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) Enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862. Wounded Manassas, Aug. 30, 1862. Reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as having been sent to hospital, September 2, 1862; died in hospital at Montgomery, Va., February 19, 1863. / Victoria Proctor
CARMICHAEL, Alex, Jr. PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Wounded Deep Bottom. Transferred from Co. I. Surrendered Greensboro.
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CARMICHAEL, Alexander6th Cpl.I Eighth Regiment InfantryKilled at Maryland Heights.
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CARMICHAEL, Alexander 1st Cpl.LEighth Regiment Infantry Killed at Harper's Ferry.
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CARMICHAEL, Alexander C. Sgt.D7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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CARMICHAEL, ArchiePvt.C26th Regiment Infantry --
CARMICHAEL, Archibald PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Wounded Deep Bottom. Transferred from Co. I. Surrendered Greensboro.
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CARMICHAEL, Archibald B. PrivateL21st Regiment Infantry Surrendered in N. Carolina, 1865.
April 8, 1919 - A.B. Carmichael of Hamer, Dillon County applied for Confederate pension for service in Co. L, 21st Regt.

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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
CARMICHAEL, D. PrivateDTenth Regiment Infantry Killed Murfreesboro.
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CARMICHAEL, D. PrivateE23rd Regiment Infantry 3rd Lieutenant. Died, 1864.
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CARMICHAEL, DanielPrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment Discharged 1862 on account of age and physical weakness.
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CARMICHAEL, Daniel A. Cpl.IFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) Died at Charleston, August 28, 1862.
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CARMICHAEL, Daniel M.Private L21st Regiment Infantry Surrendered in N. Carolina 1865.
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CARMICHAEL, Duncan C. PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Transferred from Co. I.
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CARMICHAEL, Duncan D. 1st Sgt.LEighth Regiment Infantry Surrendered at Greensboro.
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CARMICHAEL, Edward OrderlyH23rd Regiment Infantry Promoted from Third Sergeant. Surrendered Point Lookout. Dead (by 1902). Nov 11, 1928 - Annie Carmichael of Fork, Dillon County applied for pension for service of Edward D. Carmichael in Co. H., 23rd Regt.
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CARMICHAEL, EvanderPrivateL21st Regiment InfantryKilled on Darbytown Road 1864.
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CARMICHAEL, FranklinCorporalL21st Regiment InfantryKilled on Darbytown Road July 1864.
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CARMICHAEL, J. B.Private L21st Regiment Infantry--
CARMICHAEL, J.L.PrivateL10th Regiment InfantryDied at Franklin, of wounds.
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CARMICHAEL, JamesCpl. DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Discharged.
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CARMICHAEL, JohnPvt.C26th Regiment Infantry Died at Petersburg.
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CARMICHAEL, John PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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CARMICHAEL, JohnPrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Richmond, Va., August 14, 1862; reported on muster rolls of December 31, 1862, and April 30, 1863, as having been sent to hospital at Manassas, Va., August 29, 1862; reported on muster roll of June 30, 1863, as present; reported on muster rolls of June 30, August 31, October 31, and December 31, 1864, and February 28, 1865, as at hospital, wounded, since May 7, 1864. / Victoria Proctor
CARMICHAEL, Judson D.Private L21st Regiment Infantry Died in Union Prison, Elmira, NY, 1865.
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CARMICHAEL, Malcolm C.4th Sgt. IFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862. Promoted from Private to Second Corporal. Reduced from 2nd Corporal to Private between April 30, and June 30, 1863. Promoted to 1st Sergeant, October 1, 1864. Reported on muster roll of February 28, 1865, as absent without leave since February 27, 1865.
April 8, 1919 - applied for Confederate pension for service in Co. I, Hagood's Regt, Jenkins Battalion; residence Hamer, Dillon County.
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CARMICHAEL, William D.Captain LEighth Regiment Infantry Wounded at Malvern Hill, Gettysburg, and Petersburg. Promoted Captain at Gettysburg. Surrendered at Greensboro.
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See obituary contributed by Carolyn Klear, Oct 2003.
CARMICHAEL, William D.2nd Lt.IEighth Regiment InfantryWounded at Malvern Hill, Petersburg, Gettysburg, Deep Bottom. Surrendered Greensboro.
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CARTER, HenryPrivate E23rd Regiment Infantry
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CARTER, HenryPrivate D25th Regiment Infantry Killed Swifts Creek.
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Henry Carter, private in Company D of the 25th SC Infantry (Eutaw Regiment) was not killed at Swift Creek (05/09/64). He returned to duty after recovering from face wounds treated at CSA Hospital in Danville, Virginia. On 07/22/64, he entered SC General Hospital in Petersburg with wounds received during the Petersburg Siege. He died on 08/03/64.
/ Corrected data provided by Douglas Carter 21 Jan 2005 from Confederate records in Columbia, SC.
CARTER, JamesPrivate FFourth Regiment Cavalry Killed at Cold Harbor, June 1863.
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CARTER, Joe PrivateE23rd Regiment Infantry
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CARTER, JohnPrivate L21st Regiment InfantryWounded Petersburg; surrendered NC 1865.
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CARTER, John W.Private H23rd Regiment Infantry Transferred to 21st S.C. Regiment. Living (in 1902).
Oct 10, 1919 John W. Carter of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. H, 23rd Regt, S.C. Volunteers and in 21st Regt.

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