Volunteers in the Confederate Army from Marion County, SC
Surnames "Col"
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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
COLCUTT, James W.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Selected as one of four to receive reward for bravery. Noticed for gallantry, August 17, 1864, Davis Farm.

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COLE, E.PrivateL21st Regiment Infantry--
COLEMAN, D.W.Private FFourth Regiment Cavalry Discharged for disability.
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COLEMAN, E. A.-- ---- June 2005 - From Larry Jones:
E. A. Coleman, according to "Kinfolks," (Page 373) "assisted in the raising of a Cav. Co. from Marion and was elected 2nd Lt.; it became Co. D, 12th Batt. S. C. Cav.; appointed 1st Lt. 1 May 1862 upon reorganization. It later was consolidated with 10th Batt. and attached to 4th Regt. S.C. Cav.; because of age and ill health resigned 9 Jan 1863; later served in Co.D, 7th Batt. S. C. Reserves." I have a copy of his service records which supports most of these claims. However, there is nothing in his records that would prove that he did help raise this company, nor do I have anything to prove he did join the S.C. Reserves after active duty. He was the brother of Sampson J. (Julius) Coleman and the father of W. (William) D. (David) Coleman, also Confederate Soldiers. [W. D. Coleman after the war was active with Hampton's "Red Shirts" in reclaiming S. C. from "Radical" rule in 1876. (Kinfolks, page 374)
COLEMAN, Franklin D. PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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COLEMAN, G. B. Sgt.DTenth Regiment Infantry Wounded Murfreesboro, Chicamauga.
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COLEMAN, G. W. Sgt.FTenth Regiment Infantry Discharged.
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COLEMAN, I.M.Private FFourth Regiment Cavalry--
COLEMAN, J.P.PrivateFFourth Regiment CavalryWounded Hawes Shop.
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COLEMAN, J. W. PrivateDTenth Regiment Infantry Died at hospital.
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COLEMAN, JesseePrivate L10th Regiment Infantry --
COLEMAN, Louis PrivateD25th Regiment Infantry
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COLEMAN, S.Private* Militia--
COLEMAN, Sampson J.Corporal L21st Regiment Infantry Died 1880.
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June 2005 - Per Larry Jones, Sampson Julius Coleman was the brother of E.A. Coleman and uncle of William David (W.D.) Coleman.
COLEMAN, W. D.Cpl. L10th Regiment Infantry Promoted from Corporal. [sic] Wounded at Chickamauga.
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COLEMAN, W. J. Cpl.DTenth Regiment Infantry
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COLLIER, Thomas PrivateDGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery
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COLLINS, A.H.Private* SC Militia--
COLLINS, A. J.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Died at hospital.
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COLLINS, Andrew McDonaldPrivate C26th Regiment Infantry Jan 2, 1920 - Harriet Collins of Mars Bluff, Florence Co., applied for pension for Andrew McDonald Collins' service in Co. C, 26th Regt., S.C. Volunteers.
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COLLINS, Barny P.Private D7th Battalion, SC Reserves --
COLLINS, Benjamin F.Private D7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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COLLINS, Benjamin J.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
COLLINS, Charles G. Cpl.D7th Battalion SC Reserves enlisted on August 1, 1863 at Marion Court House, South Carolina, in Company C, of the 3rd. South Carolina State Troopers. Was promoted to the rank of Sergeant on November 1, 1863.
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COLLINS, Council EvanderPrivate C26th Regiment Infantry Jan 2, 1920 - Elizabeth J. Collins of Mars Bluff, Florence Co., applied for pension for Council Evander Collins' service in Co. C, 26th Regt., S.C. Volunteers.
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See (Photo), Graciously shared by John A. Kennedy, 2001
COLLINS, D. PrivateDTenth Regiment Infantry Died at hospital.
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COLLINS, D. F.Cpl. L10th Regiment Infantry Died of disease at Georgetown.
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COLLINS, David C.Private L21st Regiment Infantry Wounded at Walthall Junction, May 7, 1864. Died of wounds, May 13, 1864.
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COLLINS, E.C.Sgt.FFourth Regiment Cavalry--
COLLINS, Edward H.PrivateIEighth Regiment InfantryDied in Virginia 1861.
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COLLINS, F.A.Cpl.C26th Regiment Infantry --
COLLINS, FrankPvt.C26th Regiment Infantry Died Mt. Pleasant.
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COLLINS, GregoryPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
COLLINS, H. G.Private FFourth Regiment Cavalry April 4, 1919 - H. G. Collins of Mullins applied for pension for service in Co. F, Fourth Cavalry Regt and in Eighth Cavalry Regt.
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COLLINS, J. B. Cpl.FTenth Regiment Infantry Died Tiner's Station, Tenn.
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COLLINS, J. D.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Died at hospital.
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COLLINS, J. E. PrivateFTenth Regiment Infantry Wounded Murfreesboro, Chicamauga.
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COLLINS, J. G.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Died at hospital.
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COLLINS, John E.Sgt.HOrr's Regiment of RiflesPromoted from ranks 1862. Killed at Horse Shoe, May 1864.
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COLLINS, John L.Sgt. Major DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
COLLINS, John W.PrivateL21st Regiment InfantryDied of disease at Petersburg 1863.
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COLLINS, Joel B.Private L21st Regiment Infantry Killed on Darbytown Road, July 1864.
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COLLINS, MackPvt.C26th Regiment Infantry --
COLLINS, Owen R.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
COLLINS, PerryPrivateHOrr's Regiment of Rifles--
COLLINS, R.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Wounded at Chickamauga.
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COLLINS, RichardPrivate L21st Regiment Infantry Died in Union Prison, Elmira, Feb. 1865.
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COLLINS, R.Private FFourth Regiment Cavalry Killed at Trevillian Station 1863.
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COLLINS, S.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Wounded Missionary Ridge.
Oct 24, 1919 Trecy Collins of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for Samuel Collins' service in Co. L, Tenth Regt., S.C. Volunteers.

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COLLINS, S. J. PrivateFTenth Regiment Infantry Discharged, over age.
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COLLINS, S. T.Private FFourth Regiment Cavalry--
COLLINS, SamuelPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
COLLINS, ShadePrivate* SC Militia--
COLLINS, ShadrachPrivate L21st Regiment Infantry Discharged Jan. 26, 1863.
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COLLINS, Stephen R.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
COLLINS, ThomasPrivate*SC Militia--
COLLINS, Thomas J.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
COLLINS, Uriah H.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
COLLINS, ValentinePrivate I21st Regiment Infantry Oct 4, 1919 - Annis J. Collins of Marion applied for pension for Volentine Collins' service in Co. I, 21st Regt, SC Vols.
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COLLINS, W.Private DTenth Regiment Infantry
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COLLINS, Wm. T.Sgt. L21st Regiment Infantry Wounded Walthall Junction. Killed at Petersburg.
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