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Volunteers in
the Confederate Army
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Marlboro County, SC

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Compiled by Victoria Proctor © 1999-2015

Surnames Beginning with "N"

 

NAME RANKCO.REGIMENTADDITIONAL DATA
NEWTON, Ben J. Private D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
Born 25 April 1845. Enlisted 6 Sept 1864. Discharged April 1865 at Spartanburg, SC.
April 7,1919 Ben J. Newton of Bennettsville applied for pension for service in Co. D, Third Infantry Regt.
See Pension Application Page One, Page Two
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
NEWTON, C. Dudley Private D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
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NEWTON, Cornelius D.Private E4th S.C. Cavalry May 9, 1919 Dellia Newton of Bennettsville applied for pension for service of Cornelius D. Newton in Co. E Fourth Cavalry Regt., SCV.
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
NEWTON, David D. Private F21st Regiment Infantry
Nov. 27, 1919 David D. Newton of McColl applied for pension for service in Co. F, Twenty-First Regt.
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
NEWTON, Hope Hull Private E4th S.C. Cavalry severely wounded, Haw's Shop, May 28, 1865.
NEWTON, J.C. Private F21st Regiment Infantry killed in battle of Drury's Bluff
NEWTON, JosephPrivate E4th S.C. Cavalry May 22, 1919 Nancy Newton of McColl applied for pension for service of Joseph Newton in Co. E Fourth Cavalry Regt., SCV.
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
NEWTON, Peyton V.Private E4th S.C. Cavalry died 1896.
May 9, 1919 Elmira Newton of Bennettsville applied for pension for service of Payton V. Newton in Co. E Fourth Cavalry Regt.
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
NEWTON, Richard D. Private E4th S.C. Cavalry died Wilson, North Carolina 1864.
NEWTON, SmithPrivate D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
Enlisted 6 Sept 1864. Discharged April 1865 at Spartansburg, SC. Died 14 Dec 1914
Sept. 15, 1920 Annie E. Newton of Bennettsville applied for pension for service of Smith Newton in Co. D, Third Regt.
See Widow's Pension Application Page One, Page Two
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
NEWTON, Thos. B.Private E4th S.C. Cavalry Jan 122, 1921 Katherine Newton of Bennettsville applied for pension for service of Thomas B. Newton in Co. F Fourth Cavalry Regt.
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
Norton, Elias Private B24th Regiment Infantry --
Norton, Jas. Private B24th Regiment Infantry died 1862
Norton, Samuel Private B24th Regiment Infantry killed Franklin 1864

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