Volunteers in the Confederate Army from Marion County, SC
Surnames "Bo"
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Compiled by Victoria Proctor 1995 to present

* = Company of Militia last called into service

BOATRIGHT, Eli-- ---- Oct 11, 1919 - Lizzie Ann Boarwright of Marion applied for pension for Eli Boatwright's service in Co. F, Twenty-Seventh Regt, S.C. Volunteers.
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BOATRIGHT, FosterPrivate EGregg's 1st Regiment --
BOATRIGHT, J. PrivateDTenth Regiment Infantry --
BOATRIGHT, J. A.Private L10th Regiment Infantry --
BOATRIGHT, Thomas 3rd Cpl.I6th Regiment Cavalry --
BOATWRIGHT, Robert S. PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Wounded Morris Island, captured July 1863. Lost a leg.
Oct 10, 1919 Robert S. Boatright of Eulonia, Marion County applied for pension for service in Co. K, First Artillery Regt and in Co. I, 21st Infantry Regt.

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See service records contributed by David E. Boatwright, Jan 2004
BOATWRIGHT, Thomas-- F4th SC Cav Killed Jun 11 1864 Trevillians Station.
Contributed by Frederick Sineath, November 1997.
born 1832, Marion County, married 31 May 1857, to Lavenia Wiggins, b. 1835.
Contributed by Tenni58986@aol.com, 22 Jul 1998.
BOKER [Baker?], J. R. M.Private *Militia --
BOLTON, BrittonPrivateI First Regiment Infantry (Hagood's) received as a substitute for D. C. Sinclair, at Franklin, Va., April 3, 1863; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1863, as sick at hospital since December 14, 1863; reported on muster rolls of June 30, August 31, October 31, and December 31, 1864, and February 28, 1865, as absent without leave since March 27, 1864. Died at hospital 1864.
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BOND, Henry J.Private DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
BOND, William-- ---- Oct 2, 1919 - Sophie Bond of Dillon applied for pension for William Bond's service in Co. B, Tenth S.C. Infantry.
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BONE, John PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Died at home, 1862.
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BONE, Robert G. PrivateI21st Regiment Infantry Discharged, 1862, over age.
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BONEY, W.F.-- H1st SC (Orrs) Died Nov 25, 1863 Typhoid Fever.
Contributed by Frederick Sineath, November 1997.
BOOTHE, Robert Alston 2nd Lt.DTenth Regiment Infantry Resigned.
April 15, 1919 - Smithie A. Booth of Lake View applied for pension for service of Robert Alston Booth in Co. D., Tenth SC Regt. Smith A. Booth appears on Dillon County Widow's Pension Roll, residence Lake View.

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BOSTICK, F. J. CaptainFTenth Regiment Infantry Wounded Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge. Promoted from First Lieutenant.
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BOSTICK, J. H. PrivateITenth Regiment Infantry Died in Kentucky.
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BOSTICK, J. N. Cpl.FTenth Regiment Infantry Corporal Color Guard. Captured Missionary Ridge.
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BOSTICK, JosephPrivate DGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery --
BOSTICK, Paul J. PrivateDGregg's Battery, Manigault's Battalion Artillery
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BOSTICK, T. J. 2nd Lt.ITenth Regiment Infantry Promoted from Sergeant. Died of wounds at Franklin.
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BOWEN, J. W.---- -- Sept 27, 1919 - J. W. Bowen of Hamer applied for pension for service in Co. C, Fourth Regt, N.C. Infantry (McIntyre's Company). Appears on Dillon County Pension Roll For 1921, residence Hamer.
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