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A.D. Smith, Colonel
J.H. Hudson, Lt. Colonel

Smith, A. D. Captain; elected colonel 26th Regiment 1862, wounded Petersburg; died at home
Davis, Washington W. 1st lieutenant; promoted captain 1862; killed Clay's Farm, Virginia
Wallace, John W., 2nd lieutenant; promoted 1st lieutenant 1862; dead
Davis, James M. 3d lieutenant; promoted 2d lieutenant 1862; died at home
Bristow, Alexander E., 1st sergeant; promoted 3d and 2d lieutenant 1862; captain 1864; alive
Hall, Alexander, 2d sergeant; elected 3d lieutenant 1863; alive
Hammond, Haynes L. 3d sergeant; transferred to North Carolina Regiment; killed Wilderness
Quick, Robert, 4th sergeant; promoted 1st sergeant 1864; killed Petersburg, 1864
Quick, Thomas P., 5th sergeant; killed Petersburg 1864
Parker, Peter, 1st corporal; promoted sergeant 1862; died at home
Brigman, J. Curtis, 2d corporal; alive
Hayes, James M. 3d corporal; alive
Roller, John 4th corporal; killed Sucessionville, 1862
Brigman, Eli, 5th corporal; killed Petersburg, 1864
Covington, Harris, 2d lieutenant 1861; promoted 1st lieutenant, 1864; captain, 1865; died 1876
Malone, John C. elected 1st sergeant 1862; transferred; living
Parham, Alex K. elected 1st sergeant 1863; alive
Emanuel, Frank W. elected sergeant-major 1862; ordinance sergeant 1861; died in Texas

1. Bittle James H, killed Petersburg 1864
2. Bolton, Britton, died at home
3. Brigman, Henry
4. Brigman, Moses
5. Brigman, William, killed at Petersburg, 1864
6. Brigman, Henry
7. Brigman, Jacob C.
8. Barrington, Goodwin, living
9. Barrington, Sion R., living
10. Barrington, Ebby W. , living
11. Barrington, Alex H., living
12. Bealancua, Augustus
13. Calder, Henry, transferred to 8th Regiment
14. Calder, Stamford
15. Calder, Daniel, died at home
16. Covington, henry, killed Petersburg 1864
17. Clayton, John, died at home of disease
18. Cole, William
19. Chavis, Eliab, alive
20. Chavis, James Alive
21. Chavis, Bytha J., died at home
22. Chavis, Willis J. living
23. Chavis, John, died June, 1862, at Charleston
24. Chavis, Nelson, living
25. Chavis, Eli, living
26. Chavis, Calvin, living
27. Chavis, Levi, killed Clays' Farm near Petersburg, 1864
28. Chavis, William, killed near Petersburg, 1864
29. Chavis, Bithel, died at home on furlough, 1864
30. Chavis, Alfred, killed August 1864, near Petersburg
31. Clark, William
32. Davis, Younger, died of disease at Secessionville
33. Dawkins, Elisha A. killed near Petersburg 1864
34. Driggers, Thomas, killed Secessionville, June 1862
35. Driggers, Eli, wounded Clay's Farm, Virginia, 1864; alive
36. Driggers, Gage, alive
37. Driggers, peter, alive
38. English, Alex, wounded Jackson, Mississippi
39. English, Eli, alive
40. English, Welcome, killed Petersburg 1864
41. Fletcher, John S. , severely wounded Petersburg, 1864; alive
42. Griggs, Henry, transferred to Coit's Battery 1864
43. Gilbert, Simeon
44. Gibson, Eli, wounded Burgiss Mill, Virginia 1865, alive
45. Gibson, Frank B. wounded near Appomatox, Virginia, day Lee's surrender, April 9th 1865; 
46. Gibson, John, killed near Petersburg 1864
47. Grooms, Evander, killed near Petersburg, 1864
48. Grant, James T. alive
49. Guinn, Anderson, alive
50. Hammond, Stephen, transferred to North Carolina Regiment 1864
51. Hatcher, Abner, wounded Petersburg 1864; alive
52. Hatcher, Aaron, died at home 1864
53. Hall, William, alive
54. Jacobs, Curtis J. alive
55. Jacobs, Archie, died Petersburg, Virginia
56. Jones, William
57. Jones, James H. , died 1895
58. Jacobs, Samuel, alive
59. Laviner, Hiram
60. Laviner, Harris, living
61. Liles, James S. wounded Petersburg 1864; alive
62. McGee, Wesley M.
63. Mumford, James Killed at Petersburg, Virginia
64. Morris, Campbell, died since war
65. McGee, henry
66. Mahoney, Thomas, discharged
67. Oxendine, Manny, alive
68. Oxendine, Leonard  C., promoted on field, 1864, to sergeant; alive
69. Odom, Alexander, alive
70. Odom, Noah, transferred to 4th South Carolina Calvary; alive
71. Parks, Alex, died Charleston 1863
72. Parker, Andres
73. Parham, William, died Church Flats, South Carolina
74. Perkins, Miles, died in hospital
75. Perkins, Wm.
76. Prevatt, Evander, died in hospital
77. Powell, Wm. R. alive
78. Quick, Aaron T. alive
79. Quick, Robt. W. died at home
80. Quick, Evander, alive
81. Quick, Stephen, wounded Petersburg and Appomatox,; dead
82. Quick, Ebby, wounded Petersburg 1864; alive
83. Quick, Wyatt, died at home 1863
84. Quick, Chas. D. alive
85. Quick, Madison, alive
86. Roller, Henry T.
87. Roller, Benjamin, alive
88. Roller, John, killed Secessionville, South Carolina
89. Rainwaters, Samuel
90. Rogers, Pinckney, alive
91. Smith, Stephen
92. Scott, Benjamin
93. Sweat, Benjamin, killed 1862
94. Sweat, Leonard, killed Petersburg 1864
95. Sweat, John died Secessionville 1862
96. Steen, Morgan
97. Strickland, Henry, died Petersburg 1864
98. Smith, James discharged
99. Sweat, William, wounded Jackson, Mississippi; alive
100. Stanton, John, killed Petersburg 1864
101. Townsend, Walter S. ; alive
102. Turner, Aaron alive
103. Watson, Coleman, died at home
104. Wilkinson, Gorman, died Charleston
105. Williams, Chas.

Killed in battle	22
Died during war		21
Died since war		6
Alive			47
Wounded		        10
Unknown		        23

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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