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Volunteers in
the Confederate Army
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Marlboro County, SC

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Compiled by Victoria Proctor © 1999-2013

Surnames Beginning with "S"

 

NAME RANKCO. REGIMENT ADDITIONAL DATA
Sarris, A.L. Private K8th Regiment Infantrydied in Gordonsville, Virginia
Saunders, Moses -- CPeterkin's Cavalry--
Sinclair, Daniel C. -- CPeterkin's Cavalry--
Skipper, JosiahPrivate G8th Regiment Infantry--
SMITH, A.D. Captain D26th Regiment Infantry elected colonel 26th Regiment 1862, wounded Petersburg; died at home
Smith, H. Private I20th Regiment Infantry--
SMITH, John W. 1st Sgt. K8th Regiment Infantry detached service Winder hospital
Smith, W.D. Private K8th Regiment Infantry--
SMITH, Wm. Benjamin5th Cpl. E4th S.C. Cavalry Died before 1897
Sneed, IsraelPrivate G8th Regiment Infantrywounded Maryland Heights
Southerland, Thos. A.Private G8th Regiment Infantry transferred to medical department. Dead by 1897.
Sparks, A.D. Captain I20th Regiment Infantry--
Spearks, J.E. -- HPeterkin's Cavalrydied 1865
SPEARS, J. EdwinCaptain B24th Regiment Infantry resigned May 1863; died at home 1864
SPEARS, Silas4th Sgt. G23rd Regiment Infantry elected 3d lieutenant 1862; wounded Jackson, Mississippi; died
SPEARS, WilliamPrivate G23rd Regiment Infantry May 1, 1919 William Spears of Bennettsville, Marlboro County applied for pension for service in Company G, Twenty-third Regt., SC Volunteers
/ Victoria Proctor, Jan 2005
Spencer, T. D. Private I20th Regiment Infantry--
Sport, GeorgePrivate K8th Regiment Infantrydischarged 1861
Stantion, A.A.Private K8th Regiment Infantrysubstitute Levy Ivy
Stanton, J. Private I20th Regiment Infantry--
Stanton, John A.Private G8th Regiment Infantrykilled Petersburg 1864
Stanton, MiltonPrivate G8th Regiment Infantrytransferred to 24th Regiment
Stanton, NoahPrivate G8th Regiment Infantry transferred to 24th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers; killed Franklin
STONE, John Thomas -- HFifth Cavalry Regt. --
Feb 11, 1919 John Thomas Stone of McColl applied for pension for service in Co. H, Fifth Cavalry Regt.
/ Victoria Proctor, 2004
STUBBS, John B.-- ---- April 19, 1919 Eliza T. Stubbs of Brightsville, Marlboro County applied for pension for service of John B. Stubbs in Company F, Twenty-first Regt.
/ Victoria Proctor, Jan 2005
Stubbs, J.L.3rd Cpl. B24th Regiment Infantry promoted 2d sergeant 1863
May 1, 1919 Jackson Stubbs of Brightsville applied for pension for service in Co. B, Twenty-fourth Regt, SC Volunteers.

/ Victoria Proctor, Jan 2005
Stubbs, L.D. Private D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
--
Stubbs, LuciusPrivate K8th Regiment Infantry died Richmond, Virginia, 1861; body buried Bennettsville Baptist Church
Sturgis, Milton Private D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
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SUMMERFORD, T.M.J.1st Cpl. G23rd Regiment Infantry --
Sweat, Ellis Private D3rd Regiment
SC State Troops,
Jr. Reserve
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