|NAME||RANK||CO.||REGIMENT||ADDITIONAL DATA / CONTRIBUTOR|
|ADAMS, Andrew J.||Private||E||4th S.C. Cavalry||--|
|ADAMS, Elijah||Private||G||8th Regiment Infantry||appointed color-sergeant, killed Gettysburg|
|ADAMS, Harris||Private||G||8th Regiment Infantry||appointed second lieutenant, killed Gettysburg|
|ADAMS, Jesse B.||Private||D||3rd Regiment, SC State Troops
|Born 13 April 1848. Enlisted 6 Sept 1864. Discharged 15 April 1865 at Spartanburg, SC.|
April 8, 1919 Jesse B. Adams of Bennettsville applied for pension for service in Company D, Third Regt, S.C. State Troops.
See Pension Application Page One, Page Two
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|ADAMS, J.R.||Private||F||21st Regiment Infantry||killed at Cold Harbor|
|ADAMS, John Tyler||Private||G||8th Regiment Infantry||wounded Williamsburg, died 1871|
|ADAMS, Jonathan||2nd sergeant||E||4th S.C. Cavalry||--|
|ADAMS, Joshua||Private||F||21st Regiment Infantry||wounded|
|ADAMS, Peter L.||Private||E||4th S.C. Cavalry||died Camp Waccamaw 1862|
|ADAMS, Thomas M.||Private||D||3rd Regiment, SC State Troops
|Enlisted 6 Sept 1864, discharged 15 April 1865 at Spartanburg, SC.
Died 31 Aug 1918.|
August 23, 1919 Elizabeth Adams of Gibson applied for pension for service of Thomas M. Adams in Co. D, Third Battalion.
See Widow's Pension Application Page One, Page Two
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|ADAMS, W.H.||3d sergeant||F||21st Regiment Infantry||wounded, captured|
|ADAMS, W.L.||Private||F||21st Regiment Infantry||died in hospital|
|ALFORD, J. M.||--||C||Peterkin's Cavalry||Dead by 1897.|
|ALFORD, JAS. M.||3d Lt.||K||8th Regiment Infantry||promoted lieutenant 1861; resigned 1861|
|ALFORD, M.M.||1st sergeant||K||8th Regiment Infantry||wounded Knoxville, captured and died in prison|
|ALFORD, NATHAN T.||2d corporal||K||8th Regiment Infantry||wounded Wilderness|
|ALFORD, Sion H.||3rd Lt.||E||4th S.C. Cavalry||--|
|ALLEN, Elmore||Private||K||8th Regiment Infantry||discharged 1861|
|ALLEN, Elmore||Corporal||I||20th Regiment Infantry||--|
|ALLEN, J.||Private||I||20th Regiment Infantry||--|
|ALLEN, T.W.||2nd corporal||G||23rd Regiment Infantry||killed at battle of Rappahannock|
|AMMONS, Allen||Private||B||24th Regiment Infantry||--|
|AMMONS, Alpheus||Private||B||24th Regiment Infantry||--|
|AMMONS, Silas||Private||G||23rd Regiment Infantry||lost leg at Second Mannassas|
|AMMONS, Thos.||Private||B||24th Regiment Infantry||--|
|ANDERSON, George||Private||E||4th S.C. Cavalry||died Camp Waccamaw 1862|
|ANDERSON, J.G.||Private||F||21st Regiment Infantry||killed at Petersburg|
|ANDREWS, Stephen D.||Private||G||8th Regiment Infantry||discharged 1861, died 1871|
|ARNETT, Benj.||Private||B||24th Regiment Infantry||Discharged 1863|
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