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Marlboro County, SC
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MUSTER ROLL
COMPANY "B", 24TH SOUTH CAROLINA REGIMENT INFANTRY

Was organized in the summer of 1861 for State service. In December the company was received into the service, and assigned to duty at Charleston, South Carolina. In June, 1862, the company was mustered into the Confederate service and assigned to the Army of Tennessee May 6, 1862

COMMISSIONED AND NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS

Spears, J. Edwin, Captain; resigned may 1863; died at home 1864
Johnson, R., 1st lieutenant; promoted captain 1863; lost arm 1863; resigned 1863; died 1884
Griffin, Wm., 2d lieutenant; resigned 1862; died at home
Easterling, C.D., 3d lieutenant; promoted 2d lieutenant 1862; 1st lieutenant in 1863; 
  captain 1863; alive
Reese, J.D., 1st sergeant; died 1862
Tatum, F.P, 2d sergeant; promoted 1st sergeant 1862; 1st lieutenant 1863; alive
Green, W. J., 3d sergeant; promoted 3d lieutenant 1863; killed in battle 1863
Moore, T.B., 4th sergeant; promoted 2d lieutenant 1863; died 1873
Barrow, J.L, 5th sergeant; captured 1863; alive
Mallonie, J.C., 1st corporal, transferred to 26th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers
Stubbs, J.L., 3d corporal; promoted 2d sergeant 1863; alive
Hinson, J.P., 2d corporal; promoted 1st sergeant, 1863
Townsend, 4th sergeant, transferred to 26th Regiment

PRIVATES

1. Ammons, Allen, dead
2. Ammons, Alpheus, alive
3. Ammons, Thos. Still living
4. Arnett, Benj. Discharged 1863
5. Brigman, L, died 1875
6. Bristow, T.C. alive
7. Bennett, G.W., still living
8. Bass, Richard, alive
9. Bowyer, T.M., transferred 1862; dead
10. Bethea, A.J., detailed as hospital steward; dead
11. Bethea, T.T., killed Franklin 1864
12. Beverly, Robert, promoted corporal 1863; killed 1863
13. Barrentine, G.
14. Bennett., J.J., camp cook
15. Calder, H., killed Atlanta 1864
16. Cope, John, died in hospital in Atlanta, Georgia in 1864
17. Cope, E. , still living
18. Calder, R. transferred to Sharpshooters' Regiment 1862
19. Chavis, J., died at home 1868
20. Chavis, Wm., discharged 1862
21. Chavis, Geo. Died in hospital in 1862
22. Caulk, James, died in hospital 1862
23. Caulk, J.C.
24. Crawford, W.H.
25. Crawford, HY.B.
26. Crawford, G.G.,
27. Covington, H., transferred to 26th Regiment; died 1876
28. Day, Wm., killed battle Chickamauga 1863
29. Dunn, Alexander, died in camp 1863
30. Driggers, M.C., died at home 1878
31. Driggers, Whit. Dead
32. Driggers, C.O.
33. Driggers, ? , died at home 1862
34. Ellen, W.B., died at home
35. Easterling, W.B., promoted sergeant 1863; lost right arm Franklin 1864
36. Easterling, J.T. color-sergeant; killed Franklin, Tenn. 1864
37. Easterling, J.N. prisoner 1863
38. Easterling, W.L., alive
39. Fields, P. died at home 1863
40. Fletcher, N. died in camp 1862
41. Green, J.B., promoted 3 lieutenant 1863; alive
42. Green, Geo, died 1865
43. Griffin, John, died 1863
44. Gaddy, J.W.
45. Gaddy, Wm., transferred 1862
46. Hinson, H.P., alive
47. Hinson, E.D., died 1863
48. Hodges, R. alive
49. Hodges, J.H., died in hospital 1863
50. Hall, James
51. Haithcock, R., died in hospital 1863
52. Hubbard, Martin, lost thumb in battle
53. Jacobs, Asbury
54. Jones, J.A., color-sergeant; killed Franklin, 1864
55. Johnson, J. corporal; killed 1863
56. Jones, W.W., died at home
57. Jacobs., J.P, camp cook
58. Lewis, W.S., appointed sergeant 1863; died 1896
59. Liles, S.H., corporal; killed 1863 Kennesaw Mountain
60. McRae, W.J., captured 1863; died at home 
61. Miller, H., transferred to 8th Regiment; lost leg; dead
62. McCollum, H., still living
63. Meekins, W.E., corporal; killed 1863
64. Meekins, P.P. still living
65. Meekins, Oscar, killed Jonesboro, Georgia 1863
66. McQuaig, H., company courier; alive
67. Medlin, John discharged 1862
68. Medlin, Jas, discharged 1862
69. Medlin, Jonathan, discharged 1862
70. Norton, Elias
71. Norton, Samuel, killed Franklin 1864
72. Norton, Jas., died 1862
73. Odom, S.W. killed Chickamauga 1863
74. Odom, H.E., killed Jackson 1863
75. Odom, J.G. died in hospital 1863
76. Odom, D.A. transferred to sharpshooters 1862
77. Odom. L
78. Odom, P.E.
79. Peel, Freeman, captured 1864; died 1881
80. Parham. A. alive
81. Parham, Samuel, killed Peachtree creek, 1863
82. Parker, Wm., killed Peachtree creek, 1863
83. Quick, M. alive
84. Quick, A.
85. Quick, James, died at home
86. Rowe, W.D., died 1896
87. Rowe, J.H., died in hospital 1862
88. Rascoe, H. died in hospital 1862
89. Stubbs, Thos
90. Stubbs, Daniel, wounded and discharged 1863
91. Sanders, J., died in camp 1863
92. Sweat, Jas., died 1869
93. Sweat, J.W., died at home
94. Sweat, Simeon, killed 1863
95. Sweat, Harris, discharged 1863
96. Stanton, N., killed at Franklin, Tennessee, 1864
97. Stanton, E.G., wounded and discharged 1863
98. Stanton, M., killed Franklin 1864
99. Sweat, Sam, died from wounds 1863
100. Thompson, T.J., discharged 1862
101. Trawick, Peter, killed Franklin 1864
102. Turner, L., died at home
103. Turner, Jas.
104. Turner, D.
105. Turner, Jack, died 1895
106. Usher, Chas., died at home 1863
107. Wallace, J.B., in Texas; alive
108. Willoughby R., discharged 1862
109. Williams, Thos., died 1864
110. Williams, L.
111. Williams, Joseph, died in hospital 1863
112. Wright, Daniel, died 1862
113. Woodley, Jonathan, alive
114. Woodle, E, wounded 1863
115. Woodle, Hinson, killed in battle 1863
116. Waters, J.

Killed in battle	20
Died during War		23
Wounded			10
Died at Home		22
Captured		5


The data above was extracted and contributed by Barbara Cope Svetlick, volunteer extraordinaire, August 1998.

Source:

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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