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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 "O"

 

NAME RANKCO.REGIMENTADDITIONAL DATA
Odom, D.A. Private B24th Regiment Infantry transferred to sharpshooters 1862
Odom, H.E. Private B24th Regiment Infantry killed Jackson 1863
Odom, J.G. Private B24th Regiment Infantry died in hospital 1863
ODOM, JosiahPrivate G8th Regiment Infantry transferred to 6th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers. Dead by 1897.
Odom, L. Private B24th Regiment Infantry --
ODOM, Leggett 4th Sergeant G8th Regiment Infantry Died Richmond, September 1861.
Odom, P.E. Private B24th Regiment Infantry --
ODOM, Philip W. Private G8th Regiment Infantry transferred to 24th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers. Dead by 1897.
Odom, S.W. Private B24th Regiment Infantry killed Chickamauga 1863
ODOM, Sion W. Private G8th Regiment Infantry transferred to 24th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers. Dead by 1897.
ODOM, W.A. -- ---- April 7, 1919 W. A. Odom of Bennettsville applied for pension for service in Co. D, Twenty-sixth Regt.
/ Victoria Proctor, Jan 2005
Rev. Mr. Ogborne Private D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
Chaplain of Regiment, died in Fayetteville

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