Volunteers in the Confederate Army from Marion County, SC
Surnames "D"
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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
DANIEL, Dargan PrivateD25th Regiment Infantry --
DANIEL, Harllee PrivateD25th Regiment Infantry --
DANIEL, N.Private E23rd Regiment InfantryDied by 1902. / Victoria Proctor
DANIEL, RandalPrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Charleston, May 28, 1862; reported on muster roll of June 30, 1863, as absent without leave since May 29, 1863; reported on muster roll of August 31, 1863, as present; not on any subsequent muster roll. / Victoria Proctor
DANIEL, William H.-- ---- April 4, 1919 Elizabeth J. Daniel of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for William H. Daniel's service in Co. C, Twentieth Regt., N.C. Volunteers.
/ Victoria Proctor, Jan 2005
DANIELS, J. G. PrivateFTenth Regiment Infantry Died South Island.
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DANIELS, John L. PrivateDGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
DAVIS, ArthurPrivateH Orr's Regiment of Rifles Killed at Ox Hill, 1862.
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DAVIS, E. M.Private* Militia--
DAVIS, FrankPvt.C26th Regiment Infantry Captured Petersburg 1864.
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DAVIS, H. Foster PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Died of wounds, Petersburg, July 1864.
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DAVIS, HenryPvt.C26th Regiment Infantry --
DAVIS, J. G.Private HEighth Regiment Infantry Surrendered at Navy Yard.
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DAVIS, J.H.Sgt.C26th Regiment Infantry Promoted from ranks 1863.
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DAVIS, J.R.PrivateFFourth Regiment Cavalry--
DAVIS, James H. PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry
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DAVIS, S. J.Private *Militia April 4, 1919 - Stephen J. Davis of Gresham, Marion Co., applied for pension for service in Co. C, Second Regt, S.C. Reserves.
/ Victoria Proctor, Oct 2003
DAVIS, T. G., Jr. Cpl.D7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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DAVIS, W. J. Captain* Militia--
DAVIS, W. M. Private* Militia--
DAVIS, WilliamPrivateHOrr's Regiment of RiflesDied in camp, 1862.
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DEAS, Frank ------ Dec 9, 1919 - Frank Deas of Fork applied for pension for service in Co. L, 21st Regt, S.C. Vols. (McDuffie's Company)
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DEAS, John PrivateI6th Regiment Cavalry Oct 15, 1919 Laura Deas of Marion applied for pension for John Deas' service in Co. I, Sixth Cavalry Regt, S.C. Volunteers.
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DEAS, SimonPrivate HEighth Regiment Infantry Surrendered with General Johnston.
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DEAVER, A.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Wounded Murfreesboro. Lost a leg.
Oct 16, 1919 Alexander Deaver of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. L, Tenth Regt, S.C. Volunteers

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DeBERRY, Edmund4th Cpl.IEighth Regiment Infantry --
DeBERRY, Ed. 2nd Lieut.I6th Regiment Cavalry
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DEENS, Stephen R.PrivateEGregg's 1st Regiment--
DEER, William P.PrivateE Gregg's 1st RegimentSurrendered April 9, 1865.
POW at Hart's Island, NY 1865
NARA Microfilm #598-79
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DENNIS, George W.PrivateL21st Regiment Infantry--
DEW, Christopher T.PrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) volunteered_________; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as having been lodged in the jail of Marion District, by the Sheriff, as a deserter, October 10, 1862, and as having been sent to Richmond, October 24, 1862; reported on muster rolls of April 30, and June 30, 1863, as absent without leave since May 2, 1862; reported on muster roll of August 31, 1863, as having been dropped from the roll, he never having been mustered into Confederate service. / Victoria Proctor
DEW, Christopher I. PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry
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DEW, F.C.Pvt.C26th Regiment Infantry Died of disease at Church Flat.
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DEW, John A.PrivateHOrr's Regiment of Rifles--
DEW, John W. PrivateD25th Regiment Infantry
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DEW, Samuel PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Killed Goldsboro, NC.
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DEW, Turrentine PrivateD25th Regiment Infantry
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DICKSON, W. J. PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves Died by 1902.
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DILL, Bright PrivateI6th Regiment Cavalry
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DILL, D. M. Private*Militia --
DILLARD, J.H.Private FFourth Regiment Cavalry Sept 29, 1919 John H. Dillard of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. F, Fourth Cavalry Regt, S.C. Volunteers
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DILLON, WilliamPrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) Enlisted at Charleston, May 28, 1862; reported on muster roll of June 30, 1863, as furloughed for thirty days, June 24, 1863; reported on muster roll of August 31, 1863, as present; on muster roll of February 28, 1865, as present. Died after war in 1879. / Victoria Proctor
DIMARY, J. T. PrivateFTenth Regiment Infantry
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DOVE, Hugh G.PrivateIEighth Regiment InfantryKilled at Manassas.
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DOVE, J.D.Private*SC Militia--
DOVE, John W.PrivateIEighth Regiment InfantryKilled in Virginia.
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DOZIER, David R.-- ---- Oct 23, 1919 David R. Dozier of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. C, S.C. Reserves.
/ Victoria Proctor, Jan 2005
DOZIER, Griffin PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Killed Goldsboro, NC.
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DOZIER, J. Valentine 1st Cpl.I21st Regiment Infantry Killed Morris Island, July 10, 1863.
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DOZIER, John F. PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Captured Morris Island, July 10, 1863. Discharged Point Lookout at close of service.
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DOZIER, Tully PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Captured Fort Fisher, where he was discharged at close of service.
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DREW, N. PrivateDTenth Regiment Infantry Killed Murfreesboro.
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DREW, R. PrivateD25th Regiment Infantry --
DREW, ThomasPrivate *Militia Oct 28, 1919 Thomas J. Drew of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. C, Second Regt. S.C. Reserves.
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DREW, William PrivateDGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
DRIGGERS, R.S.Private E23rd Regiment InfantryDischarged.
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DUNSFORD, AsaPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Transferred, 1862.
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DURANT, William L.PrivateEGregg's 1st RegimentPromoted Corporal, 1864. Surrendered April 9, 1865.
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DURHAM, Solon A. CaptainH23rd Regiment Infantry Wounded at Goldsboro, N. C. Promoted to Major in C.S.A., and transferred.
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