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Entered service in April 1861.

Captain, John W. Harrington, Retired May 1862.  Wounded Manassas. Died 1884.
Townsend, Chas. P. 1st Lieutenant.  Elected Captain May 1862.  Wounded Malvern Hill.  Alive
Parker, John R. 2nd Lieutenant Elected 1st lieutenant May 1862.  Wounded Fredericksburg, 
  Knoxville, Gettysburg.  Captain at close of war.  Alive.
Weatherly, C. M. 2nd Brevet Elected adjutant May 1862.  Wounded at Sharpsburg, Berryville, 
  Knoxville.  Alive
Dudley, T.E., 1st Sergeant  Sergeant-major, November 1861.  Promoted Captain, October 1862.  
Lester, Isaac B. 2nd Sergeant.  Died Chancellorsville, April 1862
Murdoch, Jno. T.  3rd Sergeant.  Sergeant-major May 1862 Discharged.  Died April 1865
Odom, Leggett, 4th Sergeant  Died Richmond, September 1861
Crosland, Wm. A. 5th Sergeant.  Discharged May 1862.  Alive
Easterling, Thos.  1st Corporal Wounded Savage Station.  Died 1878
Townsend, Henry E., 2nd Corporal.  Died Richmond 1862
Cook, Jno. R. 3rd Corporal.  Wounded at Williamsburg.  Alive
Tatum, R.J., 4th Corporal.  Appointed wagonmaster 1862.  Alive
Gillespie, O.H.  5th Corporal.  Transferred to Medical Corps.  Died 1882.
Douglas, Hugh J.  6th Corporal.  Elected 2d Lieutenant.  Killed at Cedar Run.

1. Adams, Elijah, appointed color-sergeant, killed Gettysburg
2. Adams, Harris, appointed second lieutenant, killed Gettysburg
3. Adams, John Tyler, wounded Williamsburg, died 1871
4. Andrews, Stephen D. discharged 1861, died 1871
5. Bristow, Chesley D. assigned to quartermaster department, living
6. Bristow, Edmund D., discharged April 1862
7. Bullard, Henry, living
8. Bundy, Wm, discharged 1864
9. Butler, Wm., died 1863
10. Butler, Elijah, died 1886.
11. Campbell, J., lost sight of.
12. Caulk, Daniel, transferred to cavalry 1862; dead
13. Cook, Thomas, A.M., wounded Manassas, died 1876
14. Coward, Louis M., transferred to 4th Cavalry; died in hospital 1862
15. Crosland, Samuel, died Lynchburg 1861
16. Connor, Robt. T. D., transferred to 4th Cavalry; died in hospital 1862
17. Cooper, Wm. C. died since war
18. Cooper, Vernon H. , wounded Fredericksburg; died Richmond.
19. David, Ephraim C., wounded Gettysburg; living
20. David, Robt. J., wounded Fredericksburg; died at Richmond
21. David, Joseph H. wounded Chattanooga; living
22. David, Aiken L. , living in Alabama
23. Dudley, James, promoted second lieutenant 1864; drowned 1868
24. Driggers, Jesse, killed
25. Driggers, Jesse G. , living
26. Easterling, Alfred R. died Richmond 1862
27. Easterling, Robert C. , transferred to 6th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers 1862; alive
28. Easterling, Josiah K., killed at Gettysburg 1863
29. Easterling, Wm. T. living
30. Easterling, Elijah, wounded Gettysburg, Wilderness, Deep Bottom; alive
31. Edens, Thos. W. discharged 1861; died 1895
32. Emanuel, Chas. L. transferred 1862; dead
33. Fletcher, Joshua D., wounded Fredericksburg, transferred to cavalry; alive
34. Gibson, Wm. L.died Richmond 1861
35. Gillespie, Samuel, discharged 1861; died at home
36. Grant, Jno s. died 1872
37. Graham, henry C. died 1862
38. Harvel, John, wounded Gettysburg, Fredericksburg; killed Chickamauga
39. Henagan, Jas. M., appointed quartermaster 1862 alive in Alabama
40. Heyward, Isham, transferred to 21st Regiment South Carolina Volunteers and killed
41. Hinson, John B. appointed sergeant-major 1863; wounded Sharpsburg and Fredericksburg, alive
42. Hinson, Philip H. transferred 1863; wounded Chickamauga and Atlanta
43. Hambrick, Amos, survived the war; lost sight of
44. Huckabee, John J. wounded Fredericksburg; alive
45. Irby, Wm. W. wounded Williamsburg; alive
46. Jones, James H. died 1895
47. Jackson, James A. L. wounded Fredericksburg; died 1884
48. Jackson, Enos, wounded Savage Station; died 1864
49. Johnson, Neill D. died in Virginia 1862
50. Johnson, Hugh T. transferred to cavalry 1862; lost to sight
51. Johnson, Daniel, died 1861
52. Lavinger, Geo. W. wounded Gettysburg, living
53. Long, henry A. transferred to 4th Cavalry, wounded Manassas; dead
54. Liles, Joseph R. discharged; alive
55. Lavinger, Daniel, discharged.
56. Miller, John M. appointed 1st sergeant, lost leg Chickamauga; alive
57. Miller, Henry, wounded Knoxville, lost leg; dead
58. Munnerlyn, Chas. T. , elected lieutenant 1862, wounded Fredericksburg, dead
59. McCollum, Jno. H. appointed 2nd sergeant 1863, 1st sergeant 1864; alive
60. McIntosh, Nicholas H. discharged 1861; dead
61. McIntosh, Alex  wounded Malvern Hill; killed Gettysburg
62. McQueen, John, wounded Gettysburg; living
63. McInnis, Simeon J. wounded Cold Harbor; alive
64. McKenzie, Alex, living
65. Odom, Josiah, transferred to 6th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers. Dead
66. Odom Sion W. transferred to 24th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers; dead
67. Odom, Philip W. transferred to 24th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers; dead
68. Parker, Harrison, died 1868
69. Prince, Jno. T. wounded Fredericksburg; living
70. Potter, Solomon, transferred to cavalry; lost sight of
71. Privatt, Evander, wounded Malvern Hill; killed Chickamauga
72. Pearson, Robt. C. died 1863
73. Roscoe, John living
74. Roscoe, Geo. W. living
75. Rowe, Joseph H. transferred to 24th South Carolina Volunteers, killed
76. Rountree, Moses, alive
77. Skipper, Josiah, lost to sight
78. Sneed, Israel, wounded Maryland Heights; living
79. Stanton, Noah, transferred to 24th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers; killed Franklin
80. Stanton, John A., killed Petersburg 1864
81. Stanton, Milton, transferred to 24th Regiment, living
82. Southerland, Thos. A., transferred to medical department, dead.
83. Thomas, Carey J. discharged 1861; alive
84. Thomas, Joseph M., wounded twice at Petersburg; living
85. Thomas, Robert D. died 1882
86. Thornwell, Chas A., killed at Deep Bottom
87. Williams, David, wounded Williamsburg; alive
88. Wright, Daniel G. died Richmond 1863
89. Wright, Ellerbe, died Lynchburg 1863
90. Wright, Geo. W. living
91. Webster, Henry D. wounded Knoxville; alive
92. Webster, Thos. M. alive
93. Webster, Chas. T. wounded Petersburg; alive
94. Webster, Hartwell, wounded Maryland Heights; died 1863

Killed in battle: 	13
Died during war: 	22
Wounded:  		37
Discharged:		11
Transferred:		17
Retired:		 3
Died Since War:		17
Lost sight of:		 6
Living			49

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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