Volunteers in the Confederate Army from Marion County, SC
Surnames "J"
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Compiled by Victoria Proctor 1995 to present

* = Company of Militia last called into service

NAME RANK CO. REGIMENT ADDITIONAL DATA
JACKSON, A. J.Private E23rd Regiment Infantry
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JACKSON, A. W. PrivateE23rd Regiment Infantry
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JACKSON, Alex.Private *Militia--
JACKSON, Andrew K.Private HOrr's Regiment of Rifles --
JACKSON, B. B.Private E23rd Regiment Infantry
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JACKSON, B. F. PrivateE23rd Regiment Infantry
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JACKSON, Charles T.Private IFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Columbia, February 15, 1864; reported on muster roll of August 31, 1864, as sick, at hospital, since July 19, 1864; reported on muster roll of October 31, 1864, as present; on last available muster roll (February 28, 1865) as present. / Victoria Proctor
JACKSON, F. M. PrivateE23rd Regiment Infantry
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JACKSON, James R.Private IFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) volunteered __________; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as absent without leave, never having reported in camp; enlisted at Franklin, Va., March 18, 1863; reported on muster roll of April 30, 1863, as having been left in camp, sick, near Franklin, Va., April 9, 1863; reported on muster roll of June 30, 1863, as sick, at hospital, since June 12, 1863; reported on muster roll of August 31,1863, as having been sent to hospital, sick, August 25, 1863; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1863, as sick, at hospital, since August 25, 1863; reported on muster rolls of June 30, August 31, October 31, and December 31, 1864, and February 28, 1865, as absent without leave since January ___, 1864. / Victoria Proctor
JACKSON, John PrivateE23rd Regiment Infantry Wounded Petersburg.
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JACKSON, John C. PrivateIFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) Enlisted at Petersburg, Va., August 31, 1863; reported on muster roll of June 30, 1864, as in arrest at Castle Thunder since May 1, 1864; reported on muster roll of August 31, 1864, as present; reported on muster roll of October 31, 1864, as at hospital, wounded, since October 7, 1864; reported on muster rolls of December 31, 1864, and February 28, 1865, as absent without leave since December 12, 1864.
Wounded Lookout Valley, 1863.

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JACKSON, John Knox
(one of six sons of William Jackson to serve)
Private* Militia--
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
See photo contributed by David Jackson, Dec 2003.
JACKSON, John T. PrivateIFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862; reported on muster roll of October 31, 1864, as sick, at hospital, since September 15, 1864; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1864, as absent without leave since November 26, 1864; died of disease, at his home in Marion District, January 20, 1865.
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JACKSON, Jeff.Private--SC Militia--
JACKSON, L.Private *Militia--
JACKSON, Laban E.-- ---- Oct 15, 1919 - Joanna Jackson of Latta, Dillon County applied for pension for Laban Emanuel Jackson's service in Co. E, Fourth Regt, S.C. Volunteers. / Victoria Proctor
/ See obituary contributed by Carolyn Klear, 8 Aug 2002.
JACKSON, Levi
(one of six sons of William Jackson to serve)
Private LEighth Regiment Infantry Surrendered at Greensboro.
Oct 2, 1919 - Levi Jackson of Dillon, Dillon County applied for pension for service in Co. L, Eighth Regt.
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
See photo contributed by David Jackson, Dec 2003.
JACKSON, Malcolm
(one of six sons of William Jackson to serve)
PrivateL Eighth Regiment Infantry Surrendered at Greensboro.
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See photo contributed by David Jackson, Dec 2003.
JACKSON, Nicholas PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Wounded Cold Harbor. Surrendered at Greensboro. Died by 1902.
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JACKSON, Owen
(one of six sons of William Jackson to serve)
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See obituary contributed by David Jackson, Nov 2003.
See photo contributed by David Jackson, Dec 2003.
JACKSON, ReubenPvt.C26th Regiment Infantry Captured at Five Forks 1865.
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JACKSON, Robert
(one of six sons of William Jackson to serve)
Private LEighth Regiment Infantry Wounded Beans Station. Surrendered at Greensboro.
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Nov 2003.
See photo contributed by David Jackson, Dec 2003.
JACKSON, S. S. 4th Sgt.E23rd Regiment Infantry Promoted from ranks.
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JACKSON, Selkirk PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Killed Petersburg, VA 1864.
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JACKSON, W.Private *Militia--
JACKSON, Warren A.
(one of six sons of William Jackson to serve)
PrivateIFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as having been left in hospital in Leesburg, Va., September 5, 1862; reported on muster rolls of April 30, June 30, and August 31, 1863, as detailed as brigade Teamster, April ___, 1863; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1863, as sick, at hospital, since October 31, 1863; reported on muster rolls of June 30, and August 31, 1864, as sick, at hospital, since June 12, 1864; died at home, September 5, 1864.
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See photo contributed by David Jackson, Dec 2003.
JACKSON, William J. PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Oct 28, 1919 - Celea Jane Jackson of Latta, Dillon County applied for pension for William Jackson's service in Co. H, 23rd Regt.
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JAMES, G. T.Cpl. L10th Regiment Infantry --
JAMES, H.L.PrivateFFourth Regiment CavalryDied 1874.
JAMES, J. H.Private*Militia --
JAMES, James V. PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Hospital Steward, October 20, 1862.
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JAMES, JosephPrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment Promoted Corporal Oct. 1864. Surrendered April 9, 1865.
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JAMES, PrestonPrivate HOrr's Regiment of RiflesKilled at Gaines Mill.
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JAMES, RobertPrivate IEighth Regiment InfantryDischarged.
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JAMES, RobertPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Killed at Gaines Mill.
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JAMES, Simpson T.PrivateE Gregg's 1st RegimentDied August 1862.
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JAMES, Thomas L. Sgt.D7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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JAMES, WilliamPrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment Killed Aug. 29, 1862.
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JAMES, William P.Private L21st Regiment Infantry Discharged Jan. 26, 1863.
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JARRAT, J. Allston2nd Lt. I21st Regiment Infantry From Darlington. Died of disease at Charleston.
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JASPER, A.W.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Killed at Murfreesboro.
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JENKINS, Robert W.5th Sgt.I Eighth Regiment Infantry Transferred to Cavalry.
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JENKINS, Robert 1st Lieut.I6th Regiment Cavalry Wounded Beams Station. Promoted Captain.
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JERMAN, John Robert-- ---- Oct 24, 1919 - Mary Jerman of Gresham, Marion County applied for pension for John Robert Jerman's service in Co. K, Twenty-sixth Regt, N.C. Volunteers.
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JOHN, Peter Monroe-- ---- Aug 10, 1926 - Sallie Blue John of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for Peter Monroe Johns' service in Co. L, Twentyieth Inf. Regt, S.C. Volunteers and in Co. H, Hampton Legion.
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JOHNSON, A.P.Private L10th Regiment InfantryWounded at Murfreesboro.
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JOHNSON, Carey PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Discharged, over age.
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JOHNSON, DavidPvt. DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
JOHNSON, David H.-- ---- Oct 31, 1919 - Elizabeth Johnson of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for David H. Johnson's service in Co. I, Twenty-first Inf. Regt, S.C. Volunteers.
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JOHNSON, Franklin A. PrivateF10th SC Inf Died in Tupelo, Ms of Pneumonia.
Contributed by Frederick Sineath, November 1997.
JOHNSON, G.W.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Wounded at Murfreesboro.
Oct 27, 1919 - Mary Jane Johnson of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for George W. Johnson's service in Company L, Tenth Regt, S.C. Volunteers and in S.C. Cavalry.

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Johnson, H. R.Private *Militia--
JOHNSON, HardySgt. DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
JOHNSON, Hugh G.PrivateH 23rd Regiment InfantryDischarged.
April 15, 1919 - Sarah A. Johnson of Latta, Dillon County, applied for pension for Hugh G. Johnson's service in Co. H, 23rd Regt.
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
JOHNSON, Samuel S. PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Died in hospital, Virginia, August 5, 1864.
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JOHNSON, T. H.Cpl. L10th Regiment Infantry Promoted from ranks.
JOHNSON, WilliamPrivateEGr egg's 1st RegimentDied July 1862.
JOHNSON, William C.PrivateF10th SC Inf Died in Tupelo, Ms of Pneumonia.
Contributed by Frederick Sineath, November 1997.
JOHNSON, Zeus (Zeno?)PrivateH 23rd Regiment Infantry Oct 27, 1919 - Zeno Johnson of Latta, Dillon County applied for pension for service in Co. H., 23rd Regt.
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JONES, Chesley D.Sgt. DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
/ From Larry Jones 2005: Chesley David Jones was captured at Petersburg Va. on April 2, 1865, and sent to Point Lookout prison in Maryland. After taking the oath of allegiance, he was released on June 28, 1865. He was also the brother of Ebenezer L. (Legette) Jones
JONES, D. M. PrivateE23rd Regiment Infantry
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JONES, Ebenezer L.Pvt. DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Oct 23, 1919 - Angeline Jones of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for E. L. Jones' service in Co. D, Greggs Battery, Pegrams Battalion.
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JONES, ElijahPrivate--SC Militia--
JONES, EvanderPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles --
JONES, Frederic D.PrivateL21st Regiment Infantry--
JONES, H.B. PrivateE23rd Regiment Infantry
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JONES, J. L. PrivateE23rd Regiment Infantry
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JONES, James A.Private E23rd Regiment Infantry
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JONES, James A.Private L21st Regiment Infantry Died Union Prison Elmira 1865.
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JONES, JesseePrivate IEighth Regiment Infantry Died in Virginia 1861.
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JONES, John S. PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry
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JONES, Wesley PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Killed at Petersburg, VA.
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JONES, WesleyPrivateH Orr's Regiment of RiflesDied at Danville, 1862.
Listed as POW at Hart's Island, NY 1865
NARA Microfilm #598- 79

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JONES, WilliamPrivate FFourth Regiment Cavalry Died 1872.
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JONES, Wm. M.Pvt. DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
JONES, Wilson B.-- ---- Oct 31, 1919 - Nevely A. Jones of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for Wilson B. Jones' service in Co. L, Seventh Inf. Regt, S.C. Volunteers.
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JORDAN, A. Bennett Bv. 2nd Lt.I21st Regiment Infantry Resigned, May 1, 1862.
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JORDAN, George S.4th Sgt. I21st Regiment Infantry Sept 29, 1919 - George S. Jordan of Eulonia, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. I, Twenty-First Regt., S.C. State Troops
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JORDAN, John D. PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves Died by 1902.
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JORDAN, John J. PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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JORDAN, W. King PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Captured Petersburg, June 24, 1864. Died Elmira Prison, 1864.
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JORDAN, WilliamPrivate L21st Regiment Infantry Surrendered N. Carolina 1865.
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