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Volunteers in
the Confederate Army
from
Marlboro County, SC

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Compiled by Victoria Proctor © 1999-2013

Surnames Beginning with "E"

 

NAME RANKCO.REGIMENTADDITIONAL DATA
Easterling; A.G.2nd Sgt. F21st Regiment Infantry wounded and afterwards killed at Cold Harbor
EASTERLING, Alfred R.Private G8th Regiment Infantrydied Richmond 1862
Easterling, C.D. 3rd Lieut. B24th Regiment Infantry promoted 2d lieutenant 1862; 1st lieutenant in 1863; captain 1863
Easterling, DavidPrivate K8th Regiment Infantryjoined company 1865
EASTERLING, ElijahPrivate G8th Regiment Infantry wounded Gettysburg, Wilderness, Deep Bottom
EASTERLING, Josiah K.Private G8th Regiment Infantrykilled at Gettysburg 1863
Easterling, Lewis R. Private K8th Regiment Infantryjoined company 1865
Easterling, N.A. 1st Lieut. F21st Regiment Infantry wounded, died in prison
EASTERLING, Robert C.Private G8th Regiment Infantrytransferred to 6th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers 1862
EASTERLING, Thos.1st Corporal G8th Regiment Infantry Wounded Savage Station. Died 1878
EASTERLING, Wm. T.Private G8th Regiment Infantry May 15, 1919 William T. Easterling applied for pension for service in Co. G, Eighth Regt, SCV, and in Co. F, Twenty-First Regt.
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
Edens, Allen 1st Lieut. E4th S.C. Cavalry promoted from 2d lieutenant 1863; died at home (before 1897).
EDENS, H.L. commissary D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
died near Raleigh, North Carolina
Edens, Henry 3rd Lieut. E4th S.C. Cavalry promoted captain from 3d lieutenant 1862; honorable discharge 1863; died before 1897
Edens, J.N. Corporal D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
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Edens, Joseph Private K8th Regiment Infantry--
Edens, Thos. H. Private K8th Regiment Infantrykilled Bean Station, Virginia
Edens, Thos. W.Private G8th Regiment Infantrydischarged 1861; died 1895
EMANUEL, Chas. L.Private G8th Regiment Infantry transferred 1862; Died before 1897
EMANUEL, Frank W.Private D26th Regiment Infantry elected sergeant-major 1862; ordinance sergeant 1861; died in Texas
Emanuel, James M. Private K8th Regiment Infantry--
EMANUEL, R.C. Captain G23rd Regiment Infantry died before 1897
Emanuel, Wm. P. Major E4th S.C. Cavalry elected Major May 1862; captured Trevilian Station, 1864; died about 1879
ENGLISH, AlexanderPrivate D26th SC Regiment Infantry wounded Jackson, Mississippi
/ Victoria Proctor, 2005
Enlisted February 5, 1863 Enlistment Period: The War Place of Enlistment: Church Flats, South Carolina Last Date of Company Muster Roll : January and February 1865 absent due to Illness
Born: 1824 Date of Death: Unknown... Cemetery Destroyed Buried on family plot in Marlboro County, South Carolina

/ Heather English from NARA records and personal research, 2 Feb 2005
ENGLISH, CharlesPrivate G23rd Regiment Infantry --
ENGLISH, EliPrivate D26th SC Regiment Infantry Enlistment Date: September 15, 1862 Enlistment Period: The War Place of Enlistment: Church Flats, South Carolina Prisoner of War that surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse on April 9, 1865 to Ulysses S. Grant
Born: March 15, 1833 Died: June 18, 1909 Buried: Wallace Cemetery, Marlboro County, South Carolina

/ Heather English from NARA records and personal research, 2 Feb 2005
ENGLISH, JamesPrivate G23rd Regiment Infantry --
ENGLISH, JohnPrivate G23rd Regiment Infantry transferred
ENGLISH, WelcomPrivate D26th SC Regiment Infantry killed Petersburg 1864
/ Victoria Proctor, 2005
Enlisted : February 1, 1963 Enlistment Period: The War Place of Enlistment: Church Flats, South Carolina Killed: July 26, 1864 at Petersburg, Virginia Burial Place: Unknown
/ Heather English from NARA records and personal research, 2 Feb 2005
ENGLISH, WilliamPrivate K8th Regiment Infantry [Note: listed in J.A.W. Thomas' History as having died of disease in Culpeper, VA; incorrect, see below--Victoria]
Enlisted : April 13, 1861 Enlistment Period: 12 months from April 13, 1861 to April 13, 1862 Place of Enlistment: Marlboro District, South Carolina Discharged: November 12, 1861 due to Illness Last payment Date November 14, 1861
Date of Birth : May 21, 1830 Date of Death : May 18, 1900 in Marlboro County, South Carolina Buried: Wallace Cemetery, Marlboro County, South Carolina

/ Heather English from NARA records and personal research, 2 Feb 2005
ERVIN, G.W. sergeant D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
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