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

* = Company of Militia last called into service

NAME RANKCO. REGIMENT ADDITIONAL DATA
SALMON, JosephPrivateH Orr's Regiment of Rifles Wounded at Fredericksburg.
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SALMON, Samuel J.1st Sgt.H Orr's Regiment of Rifles Promoted June 1862. Killed at Second Manassas, July 1862.
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SALMONS, Samuel PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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SAMPSON, JosephPrivateI 21st Regiment Infantry From Georgetown. Detailed Qr. Master's Dept.
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SANDERS, PeterPrivateH Orr's Regiment of Rifles Wounded at Gaines Mill.
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SANDERSON, D.4th Cpl.E 23rd Regiment InfantryDetached service.
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SANDERSON, J.W.---- ----
See obituary contributed by Buddy Harrelson, 9 Apr 2003.
SANDERSON, SolomonPrivateE Gregg's 1st Regiment Surrendered April 1865.
Sept 30, 1919 - Sarah A. Sanderson of Lake View applied for pension for Solomon A. Sanderson's service in Co. E, First Regt, SC Volunteers

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SARVIS, JohnPrivateL Eighth Regiment Infantry
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SASSAR, BenjaminPrivateH Orr's Regiment of Rifles Killed at Horse Shoe, 1864.
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SAWYER, James A.CorporalL 21st Regiment Infantry--
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SAWYER, JohnPrivate L21st Regiment Infantry Transferred 1863.
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SAWYER, JohnPrivate H23rd Regiment Infantry Surrendered --
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SAWYER, T.Private L10th Regiment Infantry --
SAWYER, ThomasPrivateL 21st Regiment InfantrySurrendered N. Carolina 1865.
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SAWYER, Willis PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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SCOTT, AndrewPrivateE Gregg's 1st Regiment Surrendered April 1865.
Oct 1, 1919 - Andrew Scott of Lake View applied for pension for service in Co. E., First S.C. Volunteers (Shooter's Company).

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SCOTT, AquillaPrivateE Gregg's 1st Regiment March 1862. Discharged Feb 1863, from wounds
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SCOTT, John W.PrivateE Gregg's 1st Regiment Surrendered April 1865.
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SCOTT, T--I1st SC (Hg) Died Jul 16 1862 Typhoid Fever.
Contributed by Frederick Sineath, Nov 1997.
SCOTT, William Washington ------ Feb 1, 1922 - Jane C. Scott of Little Rock, Dillon County applied for pension for William Washington Scott's service in Co. F, 21st S.C. Regt. (Thomas Company).
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SELLERS, John C.Private --Citadel Cadets April 4, 1919 - John C. Sellers of Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. B, Thompson's Co., Citadel Cadets Infantry Battalion.
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SESSIONS, L. R.---- -- April 21, 1919 - L. T. Sessions of Latta applied for pension for service in Co. B, Tenth Regt, S.C. Volunteers (Normans Company). Listed on 1921 Dillon County Pension Roll, residence Latta.
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SEXTON, Oliver M.PrivateD Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
SESSIONS, PercivalBuglerD Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
SESSIONS, Wesley W.PrivateH Orr's Regiment of Rifles--
SHACKLEFORD, J. B.First Lieutenant *Militia--
SHACKLEFORD, John B.Private L21st Regiment Infantry Discharged 1862.
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SHACKLEFORD, Stephen P.Private I21st Regiment Infantry --
SHACKLEFORD, W. S.First Corporal* Militia--
SHAW, A. B.Private* Militia--
SHAW, A.B.--D 10th SC Inf Killed Nov 21 1864 Franklin TN.
Contributed by Frederick Sineath, Nov 1997.
SHAW, BakerPrivate HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Promoted, 1862.
Oct 13, 1919 Sarah E. Shaw of Marion applied for pension for Baker Shaw's service in Company E, Orr's Rifles.

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SHAW, Benjamin A.PrivateL 21st Regiment Infantry Died at Point Lookout 1863.
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SHAW, DanielPrivateH Orr's Regiment of Rifles Promoted, 1862.
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SHAW, Thomas Armstrong-- ---- April 18, 1919 - Thomas Armstrong Shaw of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. C, Second Regt, S.C. Reserves.
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SHELLEY, David2nd Lt.I 21st Regiment Infantry Captured Petersburg, June 24, 1864. Died Point Lookout, 1864.
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SHELLEY, John C. PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry
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SHELLEY, J. T.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Captured Missionary Ridge.
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SHELLEY, Joseph G.PrivateL 21st Regiment Infantry--
SHELLEY, Zachariah PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry
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SHELLY, C. W.Private* Militia--
SHELLY, DavidPrivate *Militia April 4, 1919 - D. Hoyt Shelly of Mullins, Marion Co., applied for pension for service in Co. C, Second Regt, S.C. Reserves.
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SHERWOOD, RichardPrivateI First 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 Columbia, May 7, 1862; reported on muster roll of April 30, 1863, as absent without leave since May 12, 1862; died in hospital at Columbia, May 25, 1863.
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SHERWOOD, T. C.Private *Militia April 29, 1919 - T. C. Sherwood of Little Rock, Dillon County applied for pension for service in Co. C, Second S.C. Regt. (Davis' Company, Second Cavalry Regt.). Listed on 1921 Dillon County Pension Roll, residence Little Rock
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
SHOOTER, Berry A.Cpl. DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
SHOOTER, Chas. F.PrivateE Gregg's 1st Regiment Promoted Sergeant May 4, 1864. Killed May 6, 1864.
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SHOOTER, Evander C.4th Sgt.E Gregg's 1st Regiment Elected 2nd Lt. May 4, 1864. Killed May 12, 1864.
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SHOOTER, Washington P.CaptainE Gregg's 1st Regiment Promoted Lt. Colonel 1864. Killed May 12, 1864. Graduate of Charleston Citadel.
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SHOOTER, William N.PrivateE Gregg's 1st Regiment Surrendered April 1865.
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SINCLAIR, Archibald C.Lt. HOrr's Regiment of Rifles Wounded at Petersburg 1864. Promoted from ranks, December 1862.
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
SINCLAIR, D.C.PrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) enlisted at __________between December 31, 1862, and April 3, 1863; furnished a substitute (Britton BOLTON), April 3, 1863.
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SINCLAIR, Malcom G.PrivateH Orr's Regiment of Rifles Died at Charlottesville, August 1862.
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SINEATH, Joseph Francis--I 6th SC Cav Enlisted June 15 1862, June 1, 1864, transfered to Charleston "Bachmans" German Lt Artillery.
Contributed by Frederick Sineath, Nov 1997.
Feb 8, 1921 Martha Sineath of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for Joseph F. Sineath's service in Sixth Regt, N.C.[sic] Cavalry.
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SINEATH, Joseph PPvt.I 21st SC Inf Enlisted June 15 1862, June 1, 1864, transfered to Charleston "Bachmans" German Lt Artillery.
Contributed by Frederick Sineath, Nov 1997.
SINGLETARY, H. H.Third Corporal *Militia--
SINGLETARY, Hamer PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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SINGLETARY, R. L.CaptainH Eighth Regiment Infantry Resigned May 1862.
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SINGLETARY, Wm. J.PrivateD Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
SKIPPER, Nathan M.-- ---- Oct 3, 1919 - Nathan M. Skipper of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. D, Twentieth Infantry Regt, N.C. State Troops.
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SMALLEY, IsaiahPrivateI Eighth Regiment Infantry Died in Virginia.
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SMITH, A.J.CorporalF Fourth Regiment Cavalry--
SMITH, A. N.Sgt. L10th Regiment Infantry Promoted from Corporal. Captured at Missionary Ridge.
May 3, 1919 Elizabeth J. Smith of Marion applied for pension for Allen N. Smith's service in Co. L, Tenth Regt, S.C. Volunteers.

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SMITH, Anderson PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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SMITH, Benj. GausePrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment Surrendered April 1865.
Oct 30, 1919 Catherine E. Smith of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for B. Gause Smith's service in Company E, First Regt, S.C. Volunteers.

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SMITH, Calom M.PrivateD Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Wounded Davis Farm and Wagner.
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SMITH, ChristopherFirst Sgt.E Gregg's 1st Regiment Transferred July 1862. Cadet of Charleston Citadel.
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SMITH, D. C. PrivateITenth Regiment Infantry
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SMITH, DanielPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
SMITH, David A.2nd Sgt.E Gregg's 1st Regiment Elected 2nd Lt. September 1862. Promoted Captain. Cadet Charleston Citadel. Surrendered April 1865.
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SMITH, E.PrivateF Fourth Regiment Cavalry Died 1872.
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SMITH, EdwardPrivateF Fourth Regiment Cavalry Died 1880.
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SMITH, Edward B.-- ---- April 18, 1919 - Edward B. Smith of Centenary, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. K, First Infantry Regt. and in Twenty-First Regt.
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SMITH, Edward W.---- -- Listed on 1921 Dillon County Pension Roll, residence Bingham
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SMITH, EliPrivateF Fourth Regiment Cavalry Sept 25, 1919 Elly D. Smith of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for service in Company F, Fourth Cavalry Regt.
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SMITH, EnochPrivateL 21st Regiment Infantry Died at Morris Island, April 23, 1863.
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SMITH, F.D.1st Cpl.E 23rd Regiment Infantry Promoted from ranks. Wounded.
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SMITH, G. W.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Transferred to Gregg's Battery.
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SMITH, George W.Cpl.D Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
SMITH, H.4th Sgt. E23rd Regiment InfantryPromoted from ranks.
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SMITH, Hardy D.Cpl.H 23rd Regiment Infantry Surrendered Appomatox.
April 29, 1919 - applied for pension for service in Co. H, 23rd Regt.

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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
SMITH, Hugh G.Private H23rd Regiment Infantry Surrendered Five Forks, Va.
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SMITH, J. F.Private L10th Regiment Infantry --
SMITH, J.G.PrivateF Fourth Regiment Cavalry Aug 16, 1920 Julia Ann Smith of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for John G. Smith's service in Company F, Fourth Cavalry Regt.
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SMITH, J.K.Private E23rd Regiment Infantry  
SMITH, J.R.4th Cpl.E 23rd Regiment Infantry--
SMITH, Jacob W.Private D7th Battalion, SC Reserves April 21, 1919 - Jacob W. Smith of Latta applied for pension for service in Co. D, Seventh Regt, S.C. Reserves (Crawford's Company). Listed on 1921 Dillon County Pension Roll, residence Latta
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SMITH, JamesPrivateF Fourth Regiment CavalryKilled at home 1865.
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SMITH, James R.-- ---- April 23, 1919 - James R. Smith of Dillon applied for pension for service in Co. M, First Regt, Georgia Regulars. Listed on 1921 Dillon County Pension Roll, residence Dillon
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SMITH, JohnPrivateF Fourth Regiment CavalryDied 1878.
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SMITH, JohnPrivate H23rd Regiment Infantry Surrendered Appomatox.
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SMITH, John J.PrivateD Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
SMITH, Joseph-- ---- Sept 25, 1919 - Joseph Smith of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. H, Twenty-third Regt, S.C. Volunteers.
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SMITH, Nathaniel PatePrivate FFourth Regiment Cavalry April 4, 1919 - Nathaniel P. Smith of Marion, Marion County, applied for pension for service in Co. F, Fourth Cavalry Regt.
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See obituary contributed by Robin Moore, Oct 2003.
SMITH, Nathan PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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SMITH, Neill1st Sgt.H Orr's Regiment of Rifles Promoted from First Corporal June 1862. Killed at Gaines Mill.
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SMITH, ReddinPrivate FFourth Regiment Cavalry Wounded at Cold Harbor.
April 18, 1919 - Reddin Smith of Marion, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. F, Hewitt's Company, Fourth Infantry Regt. (Cavalry)

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SMITH, S.PrivateF Fourth Regiment Cavalry--
SMITH, T. A.Sgt. L10th Regiment Infantry Mustered out, over age.
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SMITH, Thomas PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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SMITH, W.F.-- D10th SC Inf Killed Sep 20 1863, Chickamauga, Ga
Contributed by Frederick Sineath, Nov 1997.
SMITH, WesleyPrivateF Fourth Regiment Cavalry--
SMITH, William B.Private FFourth Regiment Cavalry April 4, 1919 - Julia Smith of Centenary, Marion Co., applied for pension for William B. Smith's service in Co. F, Fourth Cavalry Regt, S.C. Volunteers
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SMITH, WillisPrivate* Militia--
SMITH, Zach3rd Lt.EGregg's 1st RegimentDied from wounds received at Hagerstown, MD, July 1863.
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SNIPES, AllenPrivateE Gregg's 1st Regiment Died November 1864.
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SNIPES, ChesleyPrivateB 21st Regiment Infantry Died of disease 3/18/62 at Georgetown.
Data provided by Bill Snipes.
SNIPES, DanielPrivateD Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery POW at Hart's Island, NY 1865
NARA Microfilm #598-79

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SNIPES, J.PrivateL 10th Regiment Infantry Killed at Franklin.
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SNIPES, J.S.Private-- SC Militia--
SNIPES, MichaelPrivateI Eighth Regiment Infantry Killed at Cedar Creek.
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SNIPES, MosesPrivateL21st Regiment Infantry--
SNIPES, PerryPrivateC 18th SC Artillery Battalion Died of disease.
Data provided by Bill Snipes.
SNIPES, PerryPrivateD Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Died at Charleston.
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SNIPES, R.P. (R.S)Private E23rd Regiment Infantry Died of disease 08/28/64 at Richmond.
Data provided by Bill Snipes.
SPARKMAN, George R.PrivateI Eighth Regiment Infantry Died in Virginia
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SPARKMAN, Levi3rd Cpl.I Eighth Regiment Infantry Died in Virginia.
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SPIVEY, D. E.Private* Militia--
SPIVEY, Isaac------ --
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
SQUIRES, ThomasPrivateH Orr's Regiment of RiflesTransferred 1862.
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STACKHOUSE, E. ThomasCaptain IEighth Regiment Infantry Transferred Co. L.
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STACKHOUSE, E. Thomas CaptainLEighth Regiment Infantry Wounded at Sharpsburg, Gettysburg, Deep Bottom. Transferred from Co. I. Promoted Major, Lieutenant Colonel and Colonel.
See biography.

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STACKHOUSE, James-- BArsenal Cadets April 8, 1919 - James Stackhouse of Mullins applied for pension for service in Co. B, Thomas' Company, Arsenal Cadets.
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STACKHOUSE, John W. -- F 4th SC Cav Died Sep 10 1864 Elmira Prison
Contributed by Frederick Sineath, Nov 1997.
STACKHOUSE, M.CorporalF Fourth Regiment Cavalry--
STACKHOUSE, R. B.2nd Lt. L10th Regiment Infantry Not re-elected in 1862.
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STACKHOUSE, William R.PrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's)--
STACKHOUSE, Tristram F. PrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's)--
STACKS, EvanderPrivateF Fourth Regiment CavalryDied 1880.
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STAFFORD, Duncan C.2nd Lt.I Eighth Regiment Infantry Killed at Petersburg 1864.
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STAFFORD, James H.CaptainI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) Commenced service at Lightwood Knot Springs, May 2, 1862; reported on muster roll of August 31, 1863, as having been sent to hospital, sick, August 29, 1863; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1863, as present. Wounded at Spottsylvania, May 6, 1864. On muster roll of February 28, 1865, as present. Resigned March 1865, continuous bad health.
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STAFFORD, Neill PrivateD7th Battalion, SC Reserves
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STANLEY, John F. PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Died of wounds Fort Walthall, May 9, 1864.
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STANLEY, Matthew B.Captain DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Resigned, May 14, 1863.
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody, Sept 2003.
STEEN, JamesPrivateH Orr's Regiment of RiflesWounded at Horse Shoe and captured.
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STEPHENS, A. L.---- -- Oct 11, 1919 - A. L. Stephens of Dillon applied for pension for service in Co. D, 7th Regt, SC Reserves (Crawford's Company).
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STEPHENS, BarneyPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Oct 1, 1919 Barney Stephens of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for service in Company D, Gregg's Battery.
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STEPHENS, JessiePrivate* Militia--
STEPHENS, JohnPrivateE Gregg's 1st RegimentKilled May 6, 1864.
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STEPHENS, W.T.PrivateL 10th Regiment Infantry Mustered out, under age.
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STEPHENS, Wm. T.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery Oct 16, 1919 Metty Stephens of Mullins, Marion County applied for pension for W. Thomas Stephens' service in Company D, Greggs Battery, S.C. Volunteers.
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STEPHENSON, A.E.PrivateF Fourth Regiment Cavalry--
STEPHENSON, AndrewPrivateH Eighth Regiment InfantryDischarged 1861.
STEVENSON, J. N.Private* Militia--
STOCKS, JohnPrivateL Eighth Regiment Infantry From North Carolina.
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STONE, F.F.PrivateH Eighth Regiment InfantryDied Bull Run 1861.
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STONE, Samuel J.PrivateD Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
STONE, W.C.P.3rd Sgt. HEighth Regiment InfantryKilled at Spottsylvania. / Victoria Proctor
STONE, WilliamPrivateF Fourth Regiment Cavalry Died 1878.
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STUBBS, J. W.Private* Militia--
STURGES, S. B. PrivateITenth Regiment Infantry
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SUMMERFORD, Wm.PrivateL 21st Regiment Infantry Wounded at Morris Island July 1863.
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SURLES, Archibald B.PrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) 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 August 31, 1863, as having been sent to hospital, sick, August 20, 1863; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1863, as absent without leave since November 22, 1863; not on any subsequent available muster roll.
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See obituary contributed by Helen Moody.
SUTTON, John E.PrivateD Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
SUTTON, Wm. H.PrivateD Gregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
SWEAT, NoahPrivate E23rd Regiment InfantryWounded.
Sept 17, 1919 - Noah Sweat of Dillon applied for pension for service in Co. E, 23rd Regt, SC Volunteers.

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See obituary contributed by Danny Caulder.
SWEET, Ebenezer2nd Lt.L21st Regiment InfantryResigned.
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SWEET, W. P.Private L10th Regiment Infantry Died at hospital.
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