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

* = Company of Militia last called into service

NAME RANK CO. REGIMENT ADDITIONAL DATA
ROGERS, Alex, Sr Private1st Co. C Manigault's Battalion, SC Artillery (18 Battn.Artillery) Enlisted at: Marion Court House, SC April 1862, at age 43. On last roll: April 15 to July 7 1862 Remarks: Discharged June 11, 1862
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ROGERS, Alexander D., Jr. Private1st Co. C Manigault's Battalion, SC Artillery (18 Battn. Artillery) Enlisted: Marion Court House May 27, 1862 On last roll: March/April 1864 (with Company C). He continued his service until about Feb 1865 (with Gregg's Company)
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Oct 13, 1919 Margaret A. Rogers of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for David Rogers' service in Company D, Greggs Battery, Pegrams Artillery Battalion. Per widow's pension application: Margaret was born 31 Aug 1848 in Marion County and married to David Rogers on 23 Dec 1869. David died 1 Sept 1897.
(Both A. David and Margaret Ann Rogers are buried in Miller's Church Cemetery.)

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Feb 2005 - Per Larry Jones, gg grandson, Margaret Ann Bryant was the wife of Alexander David Rogers, Jr.
June 2005 - Per Larry Jones, A. D. Rogers appears on a list of Confederate Prisoners of War paroled by T. L. Barker, Lieut. Col. 36 Mass. Vols., P.M., at Farmville, Va., between April 11 and April 21, 1865, by order of Brig. Gen'l Masey, Provost Marshal, Army of the Potomac.
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ROGERS, AllenPrivate EGregg's 1st RegimentTransferred from 8th Regiment. Surrendered April 1865.
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ROGERS, Allen PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Surrendered at Greensboro.
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ROGERS, AnsonPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Captured 1862.
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ROGERS, B.PrivateFFourth Regiment Cavalry--
ROGERS, BarfieldCpl.C26th Regiment Infantry Promoted from ranks 1864.
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ROGERS, BethelPrivateL21st Regiment Infantry--
ROGERS, C.B.Private *Militia--
ROGERS, CadePrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, Cambyses PrivateHEighth Regiment Infantry Wounded at Camp Chase. Surrendered with General Johnston.
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ROGERS, CaryPrivate L21st Regiment Infantry Died Petersburg 1864.
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ROGERS, DavidPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Selected as one of four to receive reward for bravery.
Sept 27, 1919 David Rogers of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for service in Company D, Greggs Battery.

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ROGERS, DennisPrivate EGregg's 1st RegimentEscaped from Point Lookout; killed a few days after in battle on July 24, 1864.
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ROGERS, E.Private FFourth Regiment Cavalry--
ROGERS, E. W. PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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ROGERS, EbenPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Died in Virginia, 1862.
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ROGERS, EbenezerPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, Ebenezer5th Cpl. IEighth Regiment InfantryKilled at Gettysburg.
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ROGERS, Ebenezer 3rd Sgt.LEighth Regiment Infantry Killed at Gettysburg.
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ROGERS, Ebenezer D.Private CGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Enlisting in Columbia, SC, on April 10, 1863, Private Ebenezer Rogers served with Manigault's Battalion, South Carolina Artillery (18 Battalion Artillery), in 1st Company C (South Carolina Siege Train). His last roll call with this company was March/April 1864. This company became an independent company, known as Captain Gregg's Company, South Carolina Artillery. Records further show Private Ebenezer Rogers with Captain Gregg's Company (McQueen Light Artillery) part of the South Carolina Artillery Regiment, in the Confederate States Provisional Army from May, 1864 through to his last roll call of January/February 1865. He was the only survivor of the known sons of Elijah Rogers. The other sons, John, Timothy, Wade, and Cade were killed or became ill and died during the Confederate War according to a family history by Ebenezer s son Samuel Taylor Rogers.
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Sources: South Carolina Archives & History Center, Confederate Abstract, dated May 8, 2000; Compiled Service Record, NARS Microcopy #267, Roll# CW622 and Roll# CW633.
ROGERS, ErvinPrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment Transferred from 8th Regiment. Surrendered April 1865.
Oct 3, 1919 Amanda Rogers of Dillon, Dillon County applied for pension for Irvine Rogers' service in Co. E, First Regt, S.C. Volunteers.

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ROGERS, Ervin B. PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry --
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ROGERS, F.G.PrivateFFourth Regiment Cavalry--
ROGERS, FrancisPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, Fred G.PrivateL21st Regiment InfantryTransferred to 4th Cavalry.
ROGERS, George W.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, H.D.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, Henry PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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ROGERS, HinyardPvt. C26th Regiment Infantry Died at Charleston.
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ROGERS, Hugh G.Lt. HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Promoted from ranks 1862. Killed at Petersburg, October 1864.
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ROGERS, J. Benjamin PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Died, 1879.
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ROGERS, J. D.Private L10th Regiment Infantry --
ROGERS, J. DewPrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment Surrendered April 1865.
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ROGERS, JamesPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, JamesPrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment Killed July 24, 1864.
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ROGERS, Jas. J.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, JesseePrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, JesseePrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles
April 4, 1919 - Jesse Rogers of Mullins applied for pension for service in Co. H, (Fairlee's Company), Eighth Infantry Regt, Orr's Rifles.

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ROGERS, John PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Died in Virginia.
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ROGERS, John H. PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves Dead by 1902.
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ROGERS, John J. PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Killed at Malvern Hill.
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ROGERS, John R. PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Died Florence, SC.
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ROGERS, John W.PrivateL21st Regiment InfantryWounded 1864. Surrendered N.C. 1865.
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ROGERS, JohnsonPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, JosephPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Died at Sullivan's Island, 1862.
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ROGERS, Joseph-- ---- Oct 9, 1919 - Mary A. Rodgers of Marion applied for pension for Joseph Rodgers' service in Co. D, (Graham's Company), Second Regt., S.C. Volunteers.
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ROGERS, Joseph B.Private HOrr's Regiment of RiflesDied in Virginia, 1862.
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ROGERS, L.PrivateHOrr's Regiment of Rifles--
ROGERS, L. B.Private *Militia--
ROGERS, Lot B. PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Surrendered at Greensboro.
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
ROGERS, MillingtonPrivate HEighth Regiment Infantry--
ROGERS, Owen M.Private L21st Regiment Infantry Killed Darbytown Road 1864.
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ROGERS, PinckneyPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, R. H.CaptainC26th Regiment Infantry Promoted from Second to First Lieutenant in 1863, and Captain 1865. Served in 8th Regiment short time.
April 12, 1919 - Bedia Rogers of Dillon, Dillon County applied for pensin for Robert H. Rogers' service in Lofton's Company, 26th Regt.
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ROGERS, R. J.Private *Militia Oct 20, 1919 Virginia N. Rogers of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for Robert J. Rogers' service in Company E, First Regt, S.C. Reserves.
(Both Robert J. and Virginia (Norton) Rogers are buried in Miller's Church Cemetery.)

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ROGERS, R.R.PrivateFFourth Regiment Cavalry--
ROGERS, RobbinPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Died at Charleston.
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ROGERS, Robbin W. PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Surrendered Virginia 1865.
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ROGERS, Robert C.Sgt. DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Wounded Battery Wagner, Aug 1863.
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ROGERS, Robert H.2nd Lt.IEighth Regiment InfantryResigned 1862.
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ROGERS, T.PrivateL21st Regiment Infantry--
ROGERS, Thernas [?] PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry
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ROGERS, ThomasPrivateHOrr 's Regiment of Rifles--
ROGERS, Thomas G. PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Died Fort Fisher, Jan 16, 1865.
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ROGERS, Thompson PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry
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ROGERS, Timothy PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Killed Goldsboro, NC.
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ROGERS, TristramPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, Tristram B.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
ROGERS, Wade PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry
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ROGERS, WilliamPvt.C26th Regiment Infantry Killed Jackson, Miss.
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ROGERS, WilliamPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Killed at Fredericksburg, December 1862.
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ROGERS, WilliamsPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Discharged by Medical Board, 1862.
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ROGERS, William D. PrivateLEighth Regiment Infantry Surrendered at Greensboro. Dead by 1902.
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ROGERS, William H.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Captured Missionary Ridge.
April 14, 1919 - William H. Rogers of Fork, Dillon County applied for pension for service in Co. L, Tenth S.C. Regt.
Jan 4, 1922 Lenora Rogers of Fork, Dillon County, applied for Widow's pension.

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ROGERS, William J. PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry
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ROGERS, Willis PrivateH23rd Regiment Infantry Supposed dead; left in Mississippi.
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