Volunteers in the Confederate Army from Marion County, SC
Surnames "Cr - Cu"
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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
CRAWFORD, A.B.Private E23rd Regiment Infantry --
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CRAWFORD, G. G.2nd Cpl. E23rd Regiment Infantry Promoted from ranks.
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CRAWFORD, Hardy B.Private IEighth Regiment Infantry Transferred to Cavalry.
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CRAWFORD, Henry L.Private EGregg's 1st RegimentKilled Aug. 29, 1862.
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CRAWFORD, James D.PrivateI 1st Reg. Inf. (Hagood's) enlisted on James's Island, July 8, 1862; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as detailed, November 8, 1862, to guard baggage at Culpeper, Va., reported on muster roll of April 30, 1863, as present; promoted to 1st Corporal between April 30, and June 30, 1863; reduced from 1st Corporal between December 31, 1863, and June 30, 1864; reported on muster rolls of June 30, August 31, and October 31, 1864, as sick, at hospital, since April 24, 1864; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1864, as present; on muster roll of February 28, 1865, as present. / Victoria Proctor
CRAWFORD, Thomas C.Private EGregg's 1st Regiment Wounded at Petersburg; carried to Point Lookout Prison.
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CRAWFORD, W. H. 2nd Lt.E23rd Regiment Infantry Dead (by 1902)
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CRAWFORD, William H.Captain D7th Battalion, SC Reserves--
CREEL, John J.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
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CREEL, Marion W.-- ---- --
/ Per Nevin Todd Creel, June 2005: Marion W. Creal is listed in the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors database, survived the war, and was brother to John J., Nathaniel B., and Samuel E. Creel, all soldiers of the Confederacy.
CREEL, N. B.Private I10th Regiment Infantry Died in Mississippi.
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/ Per Nevin Todd Creel, June 2005: Nathaniel Brown Creel died of disease in Corinth, MS 1862, lived in Johnsonville, SC, and was brother to John J., Marion W., and Samuel E. Creel, all soldiers of the Confederacy.
CREEL, Samuel E. Mc.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Wounded Davis Farm, August 20, 1864.
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CRIBB, DempseyPrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment Killed Aug. 29, 1862.
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CRIBB, Geo. TalleyPrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment Lost leg at Fredericksburg, VA.
Oct 27, 1919 Seneath Cribb of Nichols, Marion County applied for pension for George T. Cribb's service in Co. E, First Infantry Regt., S.C. Volunteers

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CRIBB, JosephPrivate *Militia--
CRIBB, LeviPrivate IEighth Regiment Infantry --
CRIBB, ThomasPrivate D7th Battalion, SC Reserves --
CRIBB, W. ThomasPrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment Wounded several times. Surrendered April 9, 1865.
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CRIDDLE, James R.Private L21st Regiment Infantry Discharged July 1862.
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CROKER, H.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Died at hospital.
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CROSBY, Thomas EliPrivate F10th Regiment Infantry Contributed by Bobby Merritt.
CROWLEY, William C.Private LEighth Regiment Infantry Transferred 23rd Infantry.
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CUDDLE, James R.Private D7th Battalion, SC Reserves --
CULPEPPER, George2nd Lt. HEighth Regiment Infantry Promoted from ranks 1862. Resigned Dec 1862.
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CUISACK, J. H.Sgt. C26th Regiment Infantry Discharged Mount Pleasant.
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CURRY, G. W.Private F10th Regiment Infantry Captured Missionary Ridge.
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CUSACK, George W.2nd Lt. IEighth Regiment Infantry Wounded at Cold Harbor. Lost a leg. Surrendered at Greensboro.
Dec 15, 1919 - Julia R. Cusack of Florence, Florence County applied for pension for service of George W. Cusack in Co. H, Eighth Regt, S.C. Volunteers.

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CUSACK, SamuelPrivate I6th Regiment Cavalry --
CUSACK, Samuel C.3rd Cpl. IEighth Regiment Infantry Wounded Sharpsburg. Surrendered Greensboro.
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CUSAIK, JosephPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles--

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