Marlboro County, SC
MUSTER ROLL - COMPANY "F", 21ST REGIMENT,
SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS
On December 25, 1861, Company "F", 21st Regiment S.C.V., was formally accepted and enrolled for service by the State authorities. On January 6, 1862, orders were received to report at Charleston, but later orders sent the company first to Georgetown, S.C.Thomas, J.A.W. Captain (Note this is the author of the book) twice wounded; died August 2, 1896 Leggett, W.L., 1st lieutenant, resigned, died 1892 Easterling, N.A., 1st lieutenant, wounded, died in prison Townsend, R.E., 2nd lieutenant; alive (1896) Cook, W.D., 3d lieutenant, wounded and died in prison Moore, J.R., 1st sergeant, wounded and died in prison Easterling; A.G. 2nd sergeant; wounded and afterwards killed at Cold Harbor Adams, W.H., 3d sergeant, wounded, captured and yet alive Feagan, E.J., 4th sergeant; killed at Cold Harbor Quick, H.T, 1st corporal; wounded and died at Cold Harbor Moore, A.W. 2d corporal; captured till close of way; died 1897 Gibson, J.M., 3d corporal; killed near Petersburg Lester, T.C. 4th corporal; prisoner at close of war; alive Sinclair, D.M., 3d corporal, killed near Petersburg Odom, W.B., 3d corporal, wounded; captured; alive Weaton, D.D. 2d corporal; prisoner when war closed; alive PRIVATES 1. Adams, Joshua, wounded; alive 2. Adams, J.R., killed at Cold harbor 3. Adams, W.L., died in hospital 4. Anderson, J.G. (corp) killed at Petersburg 5. Barrington, P.L. ,died in Charleston in camp 6. Barrington, W., died in hospital 7. Barrington, Philip, killed at Petersburg 8. Bennett, F., captured; released at close of war; alive 9. Bennett, Thos. , captured; released at close of war; alive 10. Bowen, C., wounded; alive 11. Bowen, F.C. killed at Drury's Bluff 12. Bristow, D.M., wounded; captured; died in prison 13. Bristow, R.W., mortally wounded at Fort Fisher; died 14. Bristow, W.J., killed by accident 15. Brigman, Geo, discharged; alive 16. Bundy, G.W. captured at Fort Fisher; died in prison 17. Butler, Elijah, discharged; died in 1886 18. Butler, Wm., died in hospital 19. Butler, W., discharged, under age; alive 20. Calder, J.D., died in hospital 21. Calder, Standford, discharge; died October 27, 1891 22. Clarke, Archie, died in hospital 23. Clark, Jno. C. discharged; died 1886 24. Coward, J.H. transferred 25. Covington, A.B., discharged; alive 26. Covington, A.D., captured; released at close of war; alive 27. Cottingham, F., wounded at Walthall and died 28. Creech, David, captured at Fort Fisher; died in prison 29. Cummings, Elijah, captured and returned; alive 30. Currie, N.R., captured at Fort Fisher; died in prison 31. David, Dr. W.J., transferred to 18th Regiment; surgeon; died 1895 32. Dial, Jacob, captured at Fort Fisher; died in prison 33. Dunn, Thomas, killed at Petersburg 34. Dunn, Wm., died at home on sick leave 35. Easterling, A.J., died on sick leave 36. Easterling, G.W., captured and returned; died 1878 37. Easterling, H.R., died on sick leave 38. Easterling, Jesse A, 4th sergeant; killed on Morris Island, July 10, 1863 39. Easterling, Joel. A., died at Georgetown 1862 40. Easterling, Jno. L. died since war 41. Easterling, Jno. A. died in hospital 42. Easterling, Jas. T., discharged; since died 43. Easterling, W.L., served short time; alive 44. Easterling, W.T., captured at Fort Fisher; released; alive 45. Fletcher, Thos. Discharged; alive 46. Fields, Silas, alive 47. Gibson, A.H., killed at Drury's Bluff, 1864 48. Gay, P.W. captured at Fort Fisher; died in prison 49. Grice, E.G. died 1896 50. Guinn, Geo. Alive 51. Hamer, A.C. wounded at Petersburg; died in hands of enemy 52. Hamer, C.H, Captured at Fort Fisher; died in prison 53. Hamer, E.C., discharged; died 1891 54. Hamer, J.C., captured; died in prison 55. Hamer, P.M., 1st sergeant; discharged; died May 1885 56. Hamer, R. H. 4th corporal; discharged; alive 57. Hamer, T.C., died on sick leave 58. Haywood, Anderson, discharged; died 1892 59. Haywood, Isham, killed on Morris Island 60. Haywood, Wm., died in hospital 61. Heustiss, G.W., wounded and died at Fort Fisher 62. Howard, John alive 63. Jacobs, B.L, died in hospital 64. Jacobs, Snowden, captured and released at close of war 65. Johnson, W.D. discharged; furnished substitute; alive 66. Leggett, A.J., captured; released at close of war; since died 67. Lochlin, A. alive 68. Locklier, Alex, died in hospital 69. Manship, A. killed at Petersburg 70. McKaskill, N.C. 2d sergeant; killed at Petersburg 1864 71. McCall, J.N. discharged; furnished substitute; alive 72. McDaniel, I.W. wounded twice, died 1887 73. McKenzie, J.C., alive 74. McQuage, J.R. 75. McIntyre, J.T. sergeant-major; wounded captured at Fort Fisher; died 76. Moore, B.J., Captured on Morris Island; died in prison 77. Newton, J.C. killed in battle of Drury's Bluff 78. Odom, D.A. alive 79. Odom, Henry, killed in battle at Petersburg 80. Odom, J.E., died in hospital at Georgetown 81. Odom, S.D. wounded; absent on sick leave at surrender; alive 82. Odom, J.E. wounded severely; died January 1885 83. Owens, Jno. Captured; died in prison 84. Pate, A.D. wounded at Fort Fisher and died 85. Pate, Willis, discharged; died 1888 86. Peel, Eli F. at surrender; alive 87. Peel, Thos. Wounded; alive 88. Polson, W., died at Georgetown 1862 89. Powers, Ervin, wounded; alive 90. Quick, Angus, captured at Fisher; died in prison 91. Quick, Henry, killed in battle 92. Quick, Jno. B. wounded at Fisher; died 93. Rascoe, Alex, captured; returned at close of war; alive 94. Rascoe, Wm., died in hospital 95. Scott, Wash, alive 96. Smith, C., captured, returned close of war alive 97. Spears, J.A., killed at Petersburg 1864 98. Steen, A., captured at Fisher; died in prison 99. Stogner, Thom, died in hospital Stogner, Wm., died at home on sick leave 100. Stephens, J.E., captured at Fisher, died in prison 101. Stephens, Rueben, died in hospital 102. Stubbs, A.A., discharged; died 8193 103. Stubbs, D.D. (4th corporal), captured and returned; alive 104. Stubbs, M.W., wounded mortally; died Petersburg 1864 105. Stubbs, S.F. captured at Fisher; died in prison 106. Stubbs, T.E. discharged; died since war 107. Stubbs, T.P, Discharged; alive 108. Tart, W.J., died Georgetown 109. Terrell, W.T. killed near Petersburg 1864 110. Thomas, Joe, died in hospital 111. Turnage, Luke, captured and returned close war; dead 112. Usher, M., Killed Walthall Junction 1864 113. Wallace, T.G. transferred to cavalry; alive 114. Waters, Reuben, killed at Petersburg 1864 115. Weatherford, Jas., died at home on sick leave 1864 116. Williams, Henry, captured; returned close of war; alive 117. Williams, Sam, transferred 118. Willis, Allen, killed at Petersburg 119. Wise, W.W. wounded severely; alive 120. Woodle, Ransom, severely wounded, since died Killed in battle 31 Died in hospital of wounds 5 Died in hospital and at home on sick leave 20 Died in prison 18 Accidentally killed 1 Total Killed 75 Captured and Kept in prison Until close of war 23 Discharged for Cause 16 Transferred to other commands 7 Wounded and continued to serve 33 Taking out the discharged and transferred and there were 121 men, rank and file, 131 captures and casualties, of the whole number enlisted now living 57 and unknown whereabouts as to 12. Total number enlisted 144
The data above was extracted and contributed by Barbara Cope Svetlick, volunteer extraordinaire, August 1998.
A History of Marlboro County, South Carolina by J.A.W. Thomas Reprint sponsored by the Marlborough Historical Society Gateway Press, Inc. Baltimore 1989 Originally published Atlanta, 1897 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 73-181859 International Standard Book Number 0-8063-7985-5 The notations after each man is his status when the book was written in the late 1890s. The book was published posthumously in 1897.
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