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Volunteers in
the Confederate Army
from
Marlboro County, SC

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Compiled by Victoria Proctor © 1999-2014

Surnames Beginning with "D"

 

NAME RANK CO. REGIMENT ADDITIONAL DATA
DAVID, Aiken L.Private G8th Regiment Infantrywent to Alabama
DAVID, Ephraim C.Private G8th Regiment Infantrywounded Gettysburg
DAVID, J. Private I20th Regiment Infantry--
DAVID, Joseph H.Private G8th Regiment Infantrywounded Chattanooga
DAVID, Robt. J.Private G8th Regiment Infantry wounded Fredericksburg; died at Richmond
DAVID, Wm. R. Private D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
--
Davis, ColumbusPrivate K8th Regiment Infantry died in prison, Camp Chase
Davis, James M.3rd Lieut. D26th Regiment Infantry promoted 2d lieutenant 1862; died at home
Davis, Washington W. 1st Lieut. D26th Regiment Infantry promoted captain 1862; killed Clay's Farm, Virginia
Davis, YoungerPrivate D26th Regiment Infantry died of disease at Secessionville
DOTY, A. Private I20th Regiment Infantry--
DOUGLAS, Hugh J.6th Corporal G8th Regiment Infantry Elected 2d Lieutenant. Killed at Cedar Run.
DRAKE, AncilPrivate K8th Regiment Infantry died Warrenton, Virginia, during war
DRAKE, Preston3rd Lieut. G23rd Regiment Infantry --
DRAKE, Z.J.Captain D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
Enlisted 6 Sept 1864. Discharged April 1865 at Spartanburg, SC.
May 12, 1919 Mary V. Drake of Bennettsville applied for pension for service of Z.J. Drake in Co. D, Third Regt, S.C. State Troops.
See Widow's Pension Application Page One, Page Two
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
DRIGGERS, JessePrivate G8th Regiment Infantrykilled
DRIGGERS, Jesse G.Private G8th Regiment InfantryDied after 1897
Driggers, John Henry Private I20th Regiment Infantry --
Oct 27, 1919 John Henry Driggers of Clio applied for pension for service in Co. G., 23rd Regt.
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
Driggers, Robt. S.Private K8th Regiment Infantry discharged in 1861; died by 1897
DUDLEY, JamesPrivate G8th Regiment Infantry promoted second lieutenant 1864; drowned 1868
DUDLEY, Thomas E.1st Sergeant G8th Regiment Infantry Enlisted 19 Nov 1861. Sergeant-major, November 1861. Promoted Captain, October 1862. Discharged April 1865 at Petersburg, VA.
June 14, 1919 Amelia T. Dudley of Bennettsville applied for pension for service of Thomas E. Dudley in Co. G, Eighth Regt, S.C. Volunteers.
See Widow's Pension Application Page One, Page Two
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
DuPree, Thos. J. Private K8th Regiment Infantrydischarged 1861

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