Volunteers in the Confederate Army from Marion County, SC
Surnames "Com - Coz"
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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
CONNOR, WilsonPrivate HOrr's Regiment of RiflesWounded Second Manassas.
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COOK, BerryPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
COOK, Henry B.1st Lt.IEighth Regiment InfantryWounded First Manassas. Resigned 1862.
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COOK, Henry B.1st Lt. D7th Battalion, SC Reserves Died by 1902.
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COOK, Hiram PrivateD25th Regiment Infantry
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COOK, James C.Private FFourth Regiment Cavalry Died 1882.
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COOK, James Ervin PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry --
COOK, John PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry
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COOK, Moses C.---- -- Feb 27, 1920, Moses C. Cook of Latta, Dillon County applied for pension for service in Co. I, 18th SC Regt. Appears on Dillon County Pension Roll For 1921, residence Latta.
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COOK, W. Private*Militia --
COOK, W. H. Cpl.DTenth Regiment Infantry
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COOK, Wm. H.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
COOPER, Brunson PrivateHEighth Regiment Infantry Surrendered with General Johnston.
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COOPER, E. W. PrivateC26th Regiment Infantry Captured at Five Forks 1865.
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COOPER, Fry PrivateC26th Regiment Infantry Died Petersville, Va.
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COOPER, John Private*Militia --
COOPER, RalphPrivateL21st Regiment Infantry--
COOPER, Levi PrivateITenth Regiment Infantry Mustered out, over age.
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COOPER, Robert D. 2nd Lt.HEighth Regiment Infantry Promoted from 2nd Sgt. May 1862. Wounded at Wilderness.
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COOPER, Simon PrivateITenth Regiment Infantry --
COOPER, Witherspoon PrivateHEighth Regiment Infantry Surrendered with General Johnston.
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COSTEN, W.Private*Militia --
COTTINGHAM, Conner PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Died near Richmond.
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COTTINGHAM, Jno. C.---- --Dec 22, 1919 - Mary J. Cottingham of Dillon, Dillon County applied for pension for John Colon Cottingham's service in Spark's Cavalry.
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
COTTINGHAM, StewartPrivateI Eighth Regiment Infantry Transferred 1st Infantry (Hagood's), enlisted at Charleston, May 10, 1862. Wounded Grovetown, VA August 29, 1862. Reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as having been left wounded at Manassas, August 29, 1862; reported on muster rolls of April 30, and June 30, 1863, as absent with leave since February 14, 1863, when he was furloughed for sixty days; reported on muster roll of August 31, 1863, as present; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1863, as sick at hospital; not on any subsequent available muster roll. Died 1874 from effect of wounds.
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COTTINGHAM, T. F.Private E23rd Regiment Infantry Died by 1902.
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COTTINGHAM, Thomas F.Private IEighth Regiment Infantry Wounded Cold Harbor. Surrendered Greensboro.
Sept 26, 1919 - Sallie Jane Cottingham of Fork, Dillon County applied for pension for Thomas Franklin Cottingham's service in Co. I, Eighth Regt.

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COTTINGHAM, Wesley PrivateD25th Regiment Infantry
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COTTINGHAM, Wesley H. PrivateC26th Regiment Infantry April 17, 1919 Martha Ann Cottingham of Mallory, Dillon County, applied for pension for service of Wesley H. Cottingham in Co. C, 26th Regt.
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COVINGTON, Harris 1st Lt.E23rd Regiment Infantry Resigned.
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COWARD, Abner PrivateIFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Charleston, June 1, 1862; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as having been sent to hospital, September 2, 1862; reported on muster roll of April 30, 1863, as having been left in camp, sick, near Franklin, Va., April 9, 1863; reported on muster rolls of June 30, and August 31, 1863, as sick, at hospital, since June 22, 1863; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1863, as present; on muster roll of February 28, 1865, as present. Died at home, 1866, from disease.
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COWARD, Ansel PrivateIFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862; reported on muster rolls of June 30, August 31, and December 31, 1863, and June 30, August 31, October 31, and December 31, 1864, and February 28, 1865, as absent without leave since May 29, 1863.
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COWARD, Ansel PrivateD25th Regiment Infantry --
COWARD, Harvey PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Died in Virginia.
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COX, George PrivateI6th Regiment Cavalry
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COX, George B.PrivateIEighth Regiment InfantryTransferred to Cavalry.
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COX, HughPrivateHOrr's Regiment of RiflesWounded South Anna.
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COX, J.T. PrivateHEighth Regiment Infantry Discharged 1861
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COX, Lewis J. Cpl.D25th Regiment Infantry Killed at Petersburg.
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COX, N.D.Private FFourth Regiment Cavalry Wounded Hawes Shop. Died of wounds, Jackson, VA. 1863.
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COX, Samuel PrivateI6th Regiment Cavalry
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COXE, James ------ --
See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.

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