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Volunteers in
the Confederate Army
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Marlboro County, SC

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Compiled by Victoria Proctor © 1999-2014

Surnames Beginning with "H"

 

NAME RANKCO.REGIMENTADDITIONAL DATA
Haithcock, R.F.Private G23rd Regiment Infantry wounded Petersburg
HAITHCOCK, SamuelPrivate G23rd Regiment Infantry wounded Fort Steadman.
Dec 5, 1919 Rosie Haithcock of McColl applied for pension for Samuel Haithcock's service in Co. G, 23rd Regt., SC Volunteers.

/ Victoria Proctor, Jan 2005
Haitchcock, Thos. Private K8th Regiment Infantry wounded Chattanooga
HALL, Alexander2nd Sgt. D26th Regiment Infantry elected 3d lieutenant 1863
Hambrick, AmosPrivate G8th Regiment Infantrysurvived the war
HAMER, Daniel H. Private G23rd Regiment Infantry --
Hamer, P.M. -- HPeterkin's Cavalry--
Hammond, Haynes L.3rd Sgt. D26th Regiment Infantry transferred to North Carolina Regiment; killed Wilderness
HARGROVE, Daniel Thomas 3d corporal K8th Regiment Infantry Enlisted April 1861. Wounded Gettysburg 1863. Discharged April 1865 at Greensboro, NC. Died 12 Oct 1916.
Nov. 3, 1919 Margaret S. Hargrove of Clio applied for pension for service of Daniel Thomas Hargrove in Co. K, Eighth Regt.
See Pension Application Page One, Page Two
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
Hargroves, James Private K8th Regiment Infantry transferred to quartermaster department 1861; dead by 1897
Harril, Tristram Private K8th Regiment Infantry wounded Chattanooga
Harrington, John W.Captain G8th Regiment Infantry Retired May 1862. Wounded Manassas. Died 1884.
Harvel, JohnPrivate G8th Regiment Infantry wounded Gettysburg, Fredericksburg; killed Chickamauga
Haskew, John W.Private K8th Regiment Infantry wounded Gettysburg
HAYS, J.J. Private K8th Regiment Infantry captured Gettysburg
Hayes, James M.3rd Cpl. D26th Regiment Infantry --
Hays, Robt. W.Private K8th Regiment Infantry --
HEARSEY, George R.2nd Lt. K8th Regiment Infantry resigned June 1861; dead by 1897.
HENAGAN, Jas. M.Private G8th Regiment Infantry appointed quartermaster 1862 alive in Alabama (1897)
HENAGAN, John W.Major K8th Regiment Infantry Promoted to Colonel; killed in battle.
HERNDON, John J.1st Sgt. E4th S.C. Cavalry furnished substitute in 1862
Heustiss, A.J. -- HPeterkin's Cavalry--
Heyward, IshamPrivate G8th Regiment Infantry transferred to 21st Regiment South Carolina Volunteers and killed
Hinds, J.D. Private I20th Regiment Infantry--
Hinson, John B.Private G8th Regiment Infantry appointed sergeant-major 1863; wounded Sharpsburg and Fredericksburg
HINSON, J.P.2nd Cpl. B24th Regiment Infantry promoted 1st sergeant, 1863
Hinson, Philip H.Private G8th Regiment Infantry transferred 1863; wounded Chickamauga and Atlanta
Hodge, T.C. Private K8th Regiment Infantry--
HODGES, John L. Private D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
--
Hodges, T.C. Private I20th Regiment Infantry--
Huckabe, JohnPrivate K8th Regiment Infantry captured
Huckabee, John J.Private G8th Regiment Infantrywounded Fredericksburg
HUDSON, J.H. Lt. Col. D26th Regiment Infantry --

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