Volunteers in the Confederate Army from Marion County, SC
Surnames "McA - McD"
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Compiled by Victoria Proctor 1995 to present.

* = Company of Militia last called into service

NAME RANK CO. REGIMENT ADDITIONAL DATA
McARTHUR, James PrivateIFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, and April 30, and June 30, 1862, as having been sent to hospital, sick, November 15, 1862; reported on muster roll of August 31, 1863, as supposed to be dead. Died near Culpeper, VA December, 1862.
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McCALL, BarneyPrivate L21st Regiment Infantry--
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McCALL, D. N.Cpl. L10th Regiment Infantry Promoted from ranks.
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McCALL, J.PrivateL10th Regiment InfantryKilled at Bentonville.
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McCALL, JohnPrivateFFourth Regiment CavalryDied 1880.
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McCALL, J. AllsbrooksPrivateI Eighth Regiment InfantryTransferred to Cavalry.
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McCALL, John C.PrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Charleston, May 10, 1862; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as having been left in hospital at Secessionville, August 9, 1862; reported on muster roll of April 30, 1863, as absent with leave, sick, since August 30, 1862; not reported present on muster roll of August 31, 1863; reported on muster rolls of December 31, 1863, and June 30, August 31, October 31, and December 31, 1864, and February 28, 1865, as absent without leave since December 1, 1863.
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McCALL, Nathan 2nd Sgt.IFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as having been sent to hospital at Winchester, Va., October 17, 1862; reported on muster roll of April 30, 1863, as supposed to be dead. Died at home, 1862.
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McCALL, WilliamPvt. HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Marlboro County. Transferred 1862.
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McCLELLAN, Daniel B. PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry
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McCLELLAN, Evans T.---- ----
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
McCLELLAN, Enos PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry
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McCLENAGHAN, George S.5th Sgt.E Gregg's 1st RegimentPromoted First Sgt. May 4, 1864. Surrendered April 9, 1865.
POW at Hart's Island, NY 1865
NARA Microfilm #598-79

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McCLENAGHAN, Honorine H.1st Sgt.IEighth Regiment InfantrySurrendered at Greensboro.
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McCLENAHAM, Honorine 3rd Lieut.I6th Regiment Cavalry
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McCORMAC, JamesPrivateHOrr's Regiment of RiflesKilled at Gaines Mill.
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McCORMAC, John H. 5th Sgt.IFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862; promoted from Private to 4th Corporal between April 30, and June 30, 1863. Promoted from 4th Corporal between December 31, 1864, and February 28, 1865. On muster roll of February 28, 1865, as present.
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McCORMAC, NathanielPrivateH Orr's Regiment of Rifles--
McCORMAC, P.Pvt. D7th Battalion, SC Reserves --
McCORMAC, Simeon P.PrivateEGregg's 1st RegimentDied June 1864.
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McCORMAC, ThomasPrivateHOrr 's Regiment of RiflesKilled at Second Manassas.
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McCORMICK, Peter P.Private H23rd Regiment Infantry Wounded Second Manassas.
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McDANIEL, Alexander
(abt 1833 - 1862)
Son of James A. McDaniel, Sr. and Martha Edwards McDaniel
Private L10th SC Infantry "Enlisted 30 SEP 1861 at Marion. Died in hospital in Tupelo, MS 21 June 1862 due to illness. Burial location is lost."
/ "Died on the way back from Tennessee. Buried near Tupelo MS. Son of James A. McDaniel, Sr. (1801-1892)"

Above data provided by William S. McDaniel and
/ Lowell T. McDaniel.
McDANIEL, Amos PrivateIFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) Enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1862, as having been sent to hospital, October 17, 1862; reported on muster roll of April 30, 1863, as present; reported on muster roll of June 30, 1864, as having died of wounds received in battle, May 19, 1864, near Spottsylvania. (Killed at Spottsylvania, May 6, 1864.)
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McDANIEL, Benjamin Franklin
(1846-1918)
Son of James A. McDaniel, Sr. and Martha Edwards McDaniel
PrivateD 7th Battalion S.C. Reserves "Enlisted SEP 1864. Stationed at prison camp in Florence. Paroled April 1865.
(this soldier was the youngest serving brother of Joseph, James A Jr., Alexander, and William C. Preston McDaniel...all the sons of James A. McDaniel, Sr. (1801- 1892) of Marion County, residing in the area of Carmichael Township known today as Kentyre Community in Dillon County)"

Above data provided by William S. McDaniel.
Benjamin F. survived the War (one of only two brothers out of five to do so); he had at least six children by his first wife and died 1918 in Dillon County.
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McDANIEL, DanielPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Wounded at North Anna, 1864.
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McDANIEL, Enos PrivateITenth Regiment Infantry Mustered out, over age.
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McDANIEL, J. Randall PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry
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McDANIEL, James A. (Jr.)
Son of James A. McDaniel, Sr. and Martha Edwards McDaniel
PrivateH Orr's Regiment of Rifles "Enlisted 30 March 1862 in Marion, S.C. Remained with regiment until being placed on indefinite furlough for wounds recieved in action along the North Anna River, 23 May 1864."
/ "Died abt 1900. Buried McDuffie Cemetery, Dillon Co., SC. "

/ Above data supplied by William S. McDaniel and
/ Lowell T. McDaniel.
McDANIEL, John R. 3rd Sgt.I21st Regiment Infantry Captured at Petersburg. Died in Elmira Prison, NY.
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McDANIEL, JosephPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
McDANIEL, Joseph
Son of James A. McDaniel, Sr. and Martha Edwards McDaniel
PrivateI 1st SC (Hagoods) Infantry Enlisted 2 May 1862 at Lightwood Knot Springs near Columbia. Died in hospital at Summerville on 20 AUG 1862."
"Body returned to and buried in McDuffie Cemetary. Son of James A. McDaniel, Sr. (1801-1892)."

/ Above data supplied by William S. McDaniel and
/ Lowell T. McDaniel.
McDANIEL, RandallPrivate IFirst Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) Wounded Lookout Valley, October 28, 1863. Died, 1868, from effects of wounds.
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McDaniel, W.Third Lieutenant*Militia--
McDANIEL, Wm.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
McDANIEL, William C. Preston
Son of James A. McDaniel, Sr. and Martha Edwards McDaniel
PrivateH Orr's Regiment of Rifles Enlisted 20 July 1861 at Camp Pickens in Anderson County. Died in Roper Hospital in Charleston on 14 DEC 1861 due to fever. Son of James A. McDaniel, Sr. (1801-1892). Buried in McDuffie Cemetary in Dillon.
/ Above data supplied by William S. McDaniel
McDONALD, Neal-- --- --
See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Dec 2003.
McDUFFIE, D. D.Sgt. L10th Regiment Infantry Promoted First Lieutenant Co. G.
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McDUFFIE, Daniel Q.2nd Sgt.IEighth Regiment InfantryKilled at Gettysburg.
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McDUFFIE, Neill2nd Lt. D7th Battalion, SC Reserves --
McDUFFIE, Neill C.Captain L21st Regiment Infantry Transferred to Quartermaster Dept, 1862. Died 1881.
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