5th South Carolina Cavalry Regiment
Surname C

CADDIN (CADEN), Hamilton: 17/DPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1820. Residence: St. Paul's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC. 5' 4" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 2 Apr 1862, age 42. Previously served in Co. B, 11th SC Infantry. Discharged for disability (double hernia) at Chisolmville, SC, 11 Aug 1862. m. Martha Ellis SMITH.

CADDIN (CADEN), William: 17/D, 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1817. Residence: St. Paul's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC; occupation: drover. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Jan 1863, age 45. Detailed as teamster. Granted a 40-day furlough to procure a horse, 5 Aug 1864. Last reported AWOL, 17 Sep 1864. Farming in Colleton Co., SC in 1870.

CAIN, C. C.: 5/KPVT. Enlisted at Columbia, SC, 30 Dec 1862. Last reported AWOL, 9 Oct 1864.

CAIN, William P.: 5/IPVT, Barnwell Dist. b. abt. 1807. Residence: Blackville, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 17 Jan 1863, [age 56], as substitute for W. W. WILLIS. Last reported on 31 Oct 1864, as absent sick since 11 Jun 1864. Retired farmer in Blackville, SC, in 1870.

(CAINE (CAIN), John E. (1839?1864): HCC, 5/KPVT, [Union Dist.]. b. abt. 1839. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 23. KIA at Trevilian Station, VA, 11 Jun 1864.

(CALDER, Edwin Eason: 17/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1835. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: collector. 5' 9" tall, florid complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, [age 28]. Trans. to Co. A, 25th SC Infantry, 22 Jul 1862. Capt. at Fort Fisher, NC, 15 Jan 1865, and sent to Elmira, NY. Took Oath of Allegiance and released, 17 May 1865.

CALDWELL, James: 14/APVT, Sumter Dist. Enlisted at Ashepoo Ferry, SC, 10 Mar 1862. Furnished a substitute (Stephen Lafayette BOYKIN) until 21 Jul 1863, and then trans. to Parker's (Marion) Battery SC Light Artillery.

CALK, Elisha (18441915): 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 4 Oct 1844. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 28 Feb 1863, age 18. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864. Per pension records, discharged at Greensboro, NC, [1 May] 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. d. 28 Apr 1915. m. Theodosia Adelaide WINGARD, abt. 1875; she applied for a Confederate widow's pension at Lexington, SC, 14 Apr 1919.

CALVERT, M. E.: 17/C, 5/B, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1842. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 20. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Living in 1897.

CALVITT, Edward S.: 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1817. 5' 8" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, light eyes, occupation: teacher. Enlisted at Chisolmville, SC, 18 May 1862, age 45, as substitute for Peter F. DUNNING. Previously served in Co. A, SC Hampton Legion Infantry. Trans. to Co. A, 21st Bn. GA Cavalry, in exchange with Frank M. PORCHER, 31 Jan 1864. Later served in Co. B, Tucker's Bn. SC Cavalry, and Ward's (Waccamaw) Battery SC Light Artillery. Last reported present in latter unit, 31 Dec 1864.

CAMPBELL, Benjamin D. (18441928): HCC, 5/KPVT, Union Dist. b. 6 Oct 1844. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 18. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Oconee Co., SC. d. 18 Aug 1928, and buried at Townville Baptist Church, Townville, SC. m. Mary H. BRUCE, abt. 1878.

CAMPBELL, John Q.: 5/KPVT, Laurens Dist. b. abt. 1846. Residence: Tylersville, SC. Enlisted at Columbia, SC, 15 Apr 1864, age 18. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Farming at Fish Creek, Polk Co., GA, in 1880. Living in 1897.

CAMPBELL, John W.: 1MM/SPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1831. Residence: St. Paul's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC; occupation: farmer. Entered State service at Pocotaligo, SC, 12 Nov 1861, [age 30]. Discharged, 31 Jan 1862. Farming at Adams Run, SC, in 1870.

CAMPBELL, Thomas J.: HCC, 5/KPVT, Union Dist. b. Nov 1821, VA. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 41. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Farming in Cherokee Co., SC, in 1900.

CAMPBELL, Willam Cotesworth Pinckney (18281888)]: 1MM/J[CPL], Colleton Dist. b. 29 Sep 1828, Charleston, SC. Performed scouting duty with the company during the period 11 Nov6 Dec 1861, but no other record of service found. Apparently detached from Oswald's Co., 1st (Martin's) SC Mounted Militia. Carpenter in Colleton Co., SC, in 1880. d. 5 Sep 1888. m. Mary Stuart GIBBES, Nov 1862.

CANADY, John W. (18431877): 17/B, 5/GPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 24 Oct 1843. Residence: St. George's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC; occupation: farmworker. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 10 Mar 1862, age 20. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. d. 1877, and buried in Byrd Graveyard, near Byrds, Dorchester Co., SC.

CANADY, Sol R. (1828?1884): 17/BPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1828. Residence: St. George's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC; occupation: laborer. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, [age 34]. Trans. to Co. O, 20th SC Infantry, 1 Sep 1863. Last reported absent sick, 29 Feb 1864. Post-war, farmer in Colleton Co., SC. d. 1884. m. Amelia RUDD.

CANNON, Theodore Washington: 17/CPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1832. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: shoemaker. 5' 9" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Mar 1862, [age 30]. Previously served in Hart's Battery, Hampton Legion Bn. SC Artillery. Trans. to Co. A, 24th SC Infantry, 18 Jun 1862. Last reported on clothing receipt roll at General Hospital No. 3, Augusta, GA, 12 Oct 1864. Carpenter in Dodge Co., GA, in 1880.

CANTWELL, Laurence (18351922): 17/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. Aug 1835, Ireland; emigrated to U.S. in 1853. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupaton: clerk. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 8 Mar 1862, age 27. No further record of service found. Post-war, commission broker in Charleston, SC. d. 2 Apr 1922, Orangeburg Co., SC. m. Lizzie E. PRICE.

CANTWELL, Patrick: 5/GPVT, Richland Dist. b. Mar 1827, Ireland; emigrated to U.S. in 1848. Enlisted at Charlotte, NC, 20 Apr 1864, age 37. Detached to QM Dept. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Grocer in Columbia, SC, in 1900.

CARLISLE, James N.: 17/APVT. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, and served as a substitute for Julius Petsch BROWNE, Jr., during the period 16 May30 Jun 1862. No other record of service found.

(CARN, Lewis Easter Wesley (18321887): 5/A, DBN/BPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 27 Mar 1832, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Occupation: planter. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 13 Oct 1863, age 28. WIA (thigh and back, severely) at Trevilian Station, VA, 11 Jun 1864. Detached to Dismounted Bn., 19 Sep 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Per "Memory Rolls," surrendered [at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr] 1865. d. 6 Oct 1887. m. Mary Caroline F. HORNE, 25 Jun 1859.

CAROTHERS, John Minor (18451923): HCC, 5/KPVT, York Dist. b. 30 Jan 1845. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 17. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864. Post-war, retail merchant in Newbern, AL. d. 21 Feb 1923. m. Margaret Isabel WILSON, 3 Dec 1868.

CARR, Charles Edwin (18401918): 17/A, 5/DCPL, Charleston Dist. b. 17 Sep 1840. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: clerk. 5' 9" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 24 Feb 1862, age 22. Appt. CPL, 16 May 1862. Detached to Signal Corps at Charleston, SC, 28 Mar15 Jun 1863. Detached as clerk at HQ, 1st Military Dist. of SC, at Charleston, SC, 16 Jun 186331 Dec 1864. Paroled at Augusta, GA, 25 May 1865. Post-war, cotton merchant in Augusta, GA. d. 12 Sep 1918, Greenville, SC, and buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC. m. Mary EWING, 1861.

(CARR, Edward P. (18361880): SJMR, 5/EPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 18 Sep 1836, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Residence: St. Stephens, SC. Enlisted at McClellanville, SC, 25 Mar 1862, age 26. WIA (gunshot in right thigh) at Price's Farm, VA, 28 May 1864. Last reported as granted a 40-day furlough to St. Stephens, SC, from Jackson General Hospital, Richmond, VA, 14 Aug 1864. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 16 Jun 1880. m. Ann Rebecca PARLER, 26 Nov 1865.

(CARRAWAY, Norman Lewis (18401908): 14/A, 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. 7 Aug 1840, Williamsburg Dist., SC. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 25 Jan 1862, age 22. Accidentally wounded (gunshot in left hand), 28 May 1864. Granted a 30-day medical furlough at Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, 5 Jun 1864. Last reported on 31 Oct 1864, as absent sick. Post-war, farmer in Clarendon Co., SC. d. 21 Dec 1908. m. Julia L. GEDDINGS, abt. 1866.

CARROLL, James M.: 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1817, Philadelphia, PA. 5' 81/2" tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, grey hair, occupation: machinist. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, [age 45]. Detailed to W. S. Henery & Co., Foundry, Charleston, SC, until discharged for disability (phthisis pulmonalis) at Columbia, SC, 27 Dec 1864.

CARSON, David: 14/DPVT, Barnwell Dist. Enlisted at Binnaker's Bridge, Barnwell Dist., SC, 28 Dec 1861, but never reported for duty. Appears to have instead served as SGT in Co. A, 2d SC Artillery. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864.

CARTER, David Legett: 14/C, 5/F, DBN/BPVT, Lexington Dist. b. abt. 1837, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 24. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last reported as granted a 60-day medical furlough at General Hospital, Danville, VA, 8 Dec 1864. Farming in Lexington Co., SC, in 1880. d. bef. 1900. m. Martha Ann Sophia SOX.

CARTER, [H. C.]: 1MM/J[PVT]. Performed scouting duty with the company during the period 11 Nov6 Dec 1861, but no other record of service found. Apparently detached from Oswald's Co., 1st (Martin's) SC Mounted Militia.

CARTER, James C.: 17/D, 5/CPVT, Barnwell Dist. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 25 Feb 1862. Deserted and capt. by enemy at Combahee Ferry, SC, 14 Mar 1865.

CARTER, John N.: 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. abt. 1831. Occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 14 Feb 1863, [age 32]. Admitted to General Hospital No. 11, Charlotte, NC, with catarrh, 6 Mar 1865. Last reported as returned to duty, 12 Mar 1865. Farming in Lexington Co., SC, in 1880.

(CARTLEDGE, William (1838?1865): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1838, London, England. 5' 6" tall, light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, occupation: seaman. Enlisted at Green Pond, SC, 1 Sep 1862, age 24, as substitute for David D. COHEN, Jr. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. KIA at Reams' Station, VA, 1 Feb 1865.

(CASEY, Christopher ("Cliff") C. (1823?1865) : HCC, 5/KPVT, Spartanburg Dist. b. 1823, Spartanburg Dist., SC. 5' 5" tall, dark complexion, blue eyes, light hair, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 39. Previously served in Co. I, 3d SC Infantry. KIA at Bentonville, NC, 21 Mar 1865.

CATTLES, Jacob J.: 1MM/SPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1820. Residence: St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC; occupation: laborer. Entered State service at Pocotaligo, SC, 12 Nov 1861, [age 41]. Discharged, 31 Jan 1862. Subsequently served in Co. I, 1st SC Cavalry. Last reported as granted a 30-day furlough to procure a new horse, 28 Dec 1864. Living Colleton Co., SC, in 1880.

(CAUGHMAN, Augustus Henry (18341876), 14/C, 5/FCPT, Lexington Dist. b. 18 May 1834, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 27, and appt. 1LT. Appt. CPT, 13 May 1862. WIA (leg, severely) at Monroe's Crossroads, NC, 10 Mar 1865. Post-war, retail merchant in Lexington, SC. d. 18 Dec 1876, and buried at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC. m. Josephine Mary BOOZER, 18 Mar 1868. Brother of John M. CAUGHMAN. First cousin of Elias Jacob, Patrick Henry, Wade Alexander, and Westley Felix CAUGHMAN.

(CAUGHMAN, Elias Jacob (18341912), 14/C, 5/FSGT, Lexington Dist. b. 16 Oct 1834. Enlisted at Lexington, C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 27, and appt. SGT. WIA (arm, slightly) at Gravelly Run, VA, 23 Aug 1864. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864. Post-war, dry goods retailer in Lexington, SC. d. 17 Apr 1912, and buried at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC. m. Sarah Elizabeth MEETZE, 24 Dec 1862. Brother of Wade Alexander CAUGHMAN. First cousin of Augustus Henry, John M., Patrick Henry Addison, and Westley Felix CAUGHMAN.

CAUGHMAN, John Godfrey (18431920): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 17 Sep 1843, Lexington, SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 18. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Neeses, SC, 4 Nov 1919. d. 5 Sep 1920, Orangeburg Co., SC. m1. Elizabeth B. HARTLEY, 1861; m2. Ann Catherine TAYLOR, abt. 1899.

CAUGHMAN, John M. (18461919), 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. Mar 1846. Per pension records, trans. from Co. B, 6th Bn. SC Reserve Infantry, Mar 1865, and discharged (i.e., paroled) at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Lexington, SC, 8 Apr 1919. d. 2 Oct 1919, and buried at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC. m. Sarah Ellen HOOK; she applied for a Confederate widow's pension, 17 Oct 1919. Brother of Augustus Henry CAUGHMAN. First cousin of Elias Jacob, Patrick Henry Addison, Wade Alexander, Tyler W., and Westley Felix CAUGHMAN.

CAUGHMAN, Patrick Henry Addison (18351924): 14/C2LT, 5/F1LT, Lexington Dist. b. 24 Sep 1835, Lexington, SC. 5' 11" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 24, and appt. SGT. Appt. 2LT, 13 May 1862. Apparently appt. 1LT after retirement of Amos O. BANKS, 24 Oct 1864. Capt. at Bentonville, NC, 21 Mar 1865. Sent to Fort Delaware, DE, and released, 14 Jun 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Lexington, SC, 24 Mar 1919. d. 23 Jul 1924, and buried at St. David's Lutheran Church, Lexington Co., SC. m. Harriett Susannah GEORGE, abt. 1859. Brother of Westley Felix CAUGHMAN. First cousin of Augustus Henry, Elias Jacob, John M., Tyler W., and Wade Alexander CAUGHMAN.

(CAUGHMAN {KAUFMAN), Tyler W. (18411892): 14/C, 5/FSGT, Lexington Dist. b. 22 Feb 1841. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 21, and appt. SGT. WIA (face and arm, severely) at Gravelly Run, VA, 23 Aug 1864, and disabled for life. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. d. 11 Feb 1892, and buried at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC. m. Elizabeth DRAFTS, 31 Aug 1870.

CAUGHMAN, Wade Alexander (18461922): 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 15 Mar 1846, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 16 Feb 1864, age 17. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Lexington, SC, 22 Sep 1919. d. 22 Oct 1922, and buried at Providence Lutheran Church, Lexington Co., SC. Brother of Elias Jacob CAUGHMAN. First cousin of Augustus Henry, John M., Patrick Henry Addison, Tyler W., and Westley Felix CAUGHMAN.

CAUGHMAN, Westley Felix (18241871): 14/CCPT, Lexington Dist. b. 27 Nov 1824, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 37, and appt. CPT. Overage at reorganization in May 1862, and declined reelection. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. d. 3 Nov 1871, and buried in Caughman Cemetery, Lexington Co., SC. m. Mary Catherine DRAFTS, 1855; she applied for a Confederate widow's pension at Lexington, SC, 4 Oct 1919. Brother of Patrick Henry Addison CAUGHMAN. First cousin of Augustus Henry, Elias Jacob, John M., Tyler W., and Wade Alexander CAUGHMAN.

CAVANAUGH, E. Lawrence: 17/CCPL, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1840, Ireland. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC., 20 Mar 1862, age 22. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. d. bef. 1897.

CHAFEE, Nathaniel Green Bourne: (18421897): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 14 Feb 1842, Charleston, SC. 5' 10" tall, light complexion, light hair, light eyes, occupation: clerk. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 20. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lancaster Co., SC. d. 29 Apr 1897, and buried in Bethany Cemetery, Aiken Co., SC. m. Rosa Clara GREGG, 5 Apr 1864, Aiken, SC.

CHANDLER, C. Gadsden: 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1826. Residence: Manning, SC; occupation: farmer. Trans. from 8th SC Reserve Infantry, 2 Feb 1863. Last reported on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Farming in Sumter Co., SC, in 1880.

CHANDLER, Robert Alexander: 14/APVT, 5/HCPL, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1822. Residence: Manning, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Ashepoo Ferry, SC, 14 Apr 1862, age 40. Appt. CPL, 1 Feb 1863. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864. Post-war, farmer in Clarendon Co., SC. d. bef. 1891.

CHAPIN, Leonard L. (1822?1879): 1MM/JSGT, 17/C1LT, 5/B1LT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1822, MA. Residence: 148 Meeting St., Charleston, SC. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 6 Nov 1861, and appt. SGT. Discharged, 16 Feb 1862. Enlisted in Confederate service at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 40, and appt. SGT. Appt. 1LT, 21 Mar 1862. Resigned due to disabilty (pulmonary disease), 15 Jun 1863. Post-war, carriage dealer in Charleston, SC. d. 10 Jan 1879.

CHAPLIN, Benjamin S., Jr. (18311885): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Beaufort Dist. 6' 0" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, occupation: overseer. Enlisted at Green Pond, SC, 1 Jan 1863, age 30. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war, teacher in Hampton Co., SC. d. 15 Dec 1885. Susan C. CHAPLIN of Hampton Co., SC, applied for a Confederate widow's pension based on his service, 27 Oct 1919. Cousin of Thomas Benjamin CHAPLIN. Brother of Daniel Jenkins, Ernest A., and Eugene Thomas CHAPLIN.

CHAPLIN, Daniel Jenkins (18431924): 5/DPVT, Beaufort Dist. b. 5 Dec 1843, St. Helena Island, SC. 5' 8" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, black eyes, occupation: overseer. Trans. from Co. I, 2d SC Infantry, in exchange with C. S. MARRIOTT, 21 Apr 1863. Capt. at Trevilian Station, VA, 11 Jun 1864, and sent to Elmira, NY. Paroled, 2 Mar 1865, and sent to James River, VA, for exchange. Admitted to Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, with pneumonia, 10 Mar 1865. Last reported as granted a 60-day furlough, 31 Mar 1865. Post-war, farmer in Colleton Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Walterboro, SC, 24 Mar 1919. d. Jul 1924, and buried in Live Oak Cemetery, Walterboro, SC. m. Maria Louisa CHAPLIN, abt. 1867. Son of Thomas Benjamin CHAPLIN. Brother of Benjamin S., Jr., Ernest A., and Eugene Thomas CHAPLIN.

CHAPLIN, Ernest A. (18401875): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Beaufort Dist. b. abt. 1840, St. Helena Island, SC. 5' 7" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 21. Capt. on State Road near Orangeburg, SC, 13 Feb 1865. Sent to Point Lookout, MD, and released, 26 Jun 1865. Post-war, farmer in Colleton Co., SC. d. 1875. Son of Thomas Benjamin CHAPLIN. Brother of Benjamin S., Jr., Daniel Jenkins, and Eugene Thomas CHAPLIN.

(CHAPLIN, Eugene Thomas (18451865): 17/A, 5DPVT, Beaufort Dist. b. 1845, St. Helena

Island, SC. 5' 6" tall, light complexion, light hair, hazel eyes, occupation: student. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 16. Capt. on State Road near Orangeburg, SC, 13 Feb 1865. DOD in enemy hands at Goldsboro, NC, 15 Mar 1865. Son of Thomas Benjamin CHAPLIN. Brother of Benjamin S., Jr., Daniel Jenkins, and Ernest A. CHAPLIN.

CHAPLIN, Thomas Benjamin (18221890): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Beaufort Dist. b. 27 Apr 1822, St. Helena Island, SC. Residence: Tombee Plantation, St. Helena Island, Beaufort Dist., SC. 6' 0" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, occupation: planter. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 39. Previously served in Fripp's Co., 1st (Martin's) SC Mounted Militia. Detailed as courier to COL Ambrosio Jos GONZALES, Chief of Artillery, Dept. of SC, GA and FL, 20 May 1863. Ordered to rejoin company in VA, 5 Nov 1864. Paroled at Walterboro, SC, 3 Aug 1865. Post-war, trial justice on St. Helena Island, SC. d. 20 Dec 1890, St. Helena Island, SC. m1. Mary Thompson McDOWELL, Apr 1839, St. Helena Island, SC; m2. Sophia CREIGHTON, 1852, St. Helena Island, SC. Father of Daniel Jenkins, Ernest A., and Eugene Thomas CHAPLIN.8

CHASE, R. Watson: 1MM/JPVT, Charleston Dist. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 6 Nov 1861, and served to 13 Nov 1861. Previously served in Chichester's Co. (Charleston Zouave Cadets), 1st (Branch's) SC Militia Rifles. Enlisted for Confederate service in Co. A (Palmetto Guard), 18th (Manigault's) Bn. SC Heavy Artillery, 24 Aug 1862, and discharged for disability, 24 Dec 1862. d. bef. 1897.

CHEWNING, Lawrence Robert (18201893): 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. 9 Nov 1820, Clarendon Dist., SC. Residence: Wright's Bluff, SC; occupation: merchant. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 5 Sep 1863, age 43. Previously served in Co. D, 4th SC Infantry, State Troops. Detached to Engineer Dept. at Charleston, SC, until end of war. Post-war, farmer in Clarendon Co., SC, in 1880. d. 2 Sep 1893.

CHEWNING, William Thomas (18371880): 14/A, 5/H, DBN/BSGT, Clarendon Dist. b. 1837. Residence: Friendship, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, age 25. Appt. CPL, 1 Jun 1862. Appt. SGT, 30 Jun 1862. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. DOD (consumption) at Summerton, SC, 1880.

CHILDERS, William: 14/APVT, Sumter Dist. b. abt. 1829. 5' 6" tall, light complexion, light hair blue eyes, occupation: planter. Enlisted at Ashepoo Neck, SC, 25 Mar 1862, age 33. Discharged for disability (liver disease) at McPhersonville, SC, 24 Jun 1862.

CHINNESS (CHINNERS), Robert R. S., 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1799, St. John's Berkeley Parish, Charleston Dist., SC. Residence: St. George's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC. 5' 8" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, grey eyes, occupation: planter. Enlisted at Green Pond, SC, 5 May 1862, age 63, as substitute for Henry JAGER. Previously served in Anderson's Co., 1st (Martin's) SC Mounted Militia. Last reported on 31 Dec 1864, as absent sick in hospital at Summerville, SC since 17 Apr 1864. d. bef. 1897.

CHRISTOFEL (CRISTOFEL), George: 17/CPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. b. abt. 1825. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 37. Discharged for disability, 18 Sep 1862.

(CHUBB, Caleb L. (18301915): 17/B, 5/G, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. Jul 1830. Residence: Ridgeville, SC. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 31. Discharged for disability, 13 Sep 1862. Reenlisted as conscript at James Island, SC, 12 Jan 1864. WIA (shell concussion) at Trevilian Station, VA, 12 Jun 1864. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last reported as granted a 30-day medical furlough at Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, for rubeola, 22 Sep 1864. Post-war, farmer in Berkeley Co., SC. d. 18 Nov 1915, Berkeley Co., SC.

CHUBB, Jacob: 17/B, 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1816. Residence: Ridgeville, SC. 5' 8" tall, dark complexion, black hair, black eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 46. Discharged for overage at end of enlistment, 20 Feb 1863. Farming near Moncks Corner, SC, in 1880.

CHUBB, John: 17/B, 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. Jan 1828. Residence: Mt. Holly, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 34. Last reported detached to horse infirmary at Lancaster, SC, 15 Jul 1864. Farming in Berkeley Co., SC, in 1900.

(CLAGGETT, W. T. (1836?1862): 17/CPVT, Edgefield Dist. b. abt. 1836. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 26. Accidentally shot and killed while on parade at Green Pond, SC, 27 Jun 1862.

(((CLARK, John L. (1838?1864): 17/B, 5/GSGT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1838. Residence: St. George's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 29 Mar 1862, age 24. Reported as SGT, 31 Oct 1862. WIA and capt. at Haws' Shop, VA, 28 May 1864, resulting in amputation of lower right leg. DOD (pymia) at Stanton USA General Hospital, Washington, DC, 18 Jun 1864, and buried in Arlington National Cemetery, 19 Jun 1864.

CLARKE, James A.: 17/B, 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1834. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 28. Admitted to Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, with intermittent fever, 20 Nov 1864. Last reported returned to duty, 26 Nov 1864.

CLARKE, James Henry: 17/B, 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1832, Spartanburg Dist., SC. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: accountant. 5' 8" tall, light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 30. Discharged for disability (double inguinal hernia), 2 Dec 1863.

CLARKE, Mack M. (18451923): 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 26 May 1845. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 17 Mar 1863, age 17. Last reported as granted a 60-day furlough at General Hospital, Danville, VA, for acute diarrhea, 25 Nov 1864. Per pension records, discharged at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, farmer in Dorchester Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at St. George, SC, 20 Jan 1920. d. 30 Dec 1923, Dorchester Co., SC.

CLAUSSEN, F. W. (18221894): 1MM/JPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 9 Apr 1822, Oldenburg, Lower Saxony. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: merchant. Listed in company records for the period 7 Nov16 Dec 1861, but no other record of service found. Post-war, merchant in Charleston, SC. d. 30 Jan 1894, Charleston, SC, and buried there in Magnolia Cemetery.

CLAYTON, John J.: 5/IPVT, Barnwell Dist. b. abt. 1818. Residence: Cowpen Branch, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at McClellanville, SC, 6 Oct 1863, [age 45]. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, 1 May 1865. Farming in Barnwell Co., SC, in 1880.

CLENDENNIN (CLENDENIN), Benjamin: 17/D, 5/CPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. b. abt. 1842. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 40. Admitted to General (Pettigrew) Hospital No. 13, Raleigh, NC, with gonorrhea, 11 Dec 1864. Last reported transferred to General Hospital No. 1, Kittrell Springs, NC, 1 Jan 1865.

COGSWELL, Harvey (18311902): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 11 Oct 1831 Charleston, SC. Residence: 37 Spring St., Charleston, SC. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 30. Detached to Evans & Cogswell, Confederate Government Printers and Lithographers (in which he was a partner), 25 Mar 1862. Trans. to Gist Guard Battery SC Heavy Artillery, 20 Mar 1864. Last reported as a deserter, 28 Feb 1865. Post-war, returned to his printing business in Charleston, SC. d. 16 Mar 1902, Charleston, SC, and buried there in Magnolia Cemetery. m. Mary KELLER, 5 May 1859. Brother-in-law of Benjamin Franklin EVANS.

COHEN, Asher D. (18381904): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 1838. 5' 9" tall, light complexion, light hair, light eyes, occupation: lawyer. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 5 Mar 1862, age 23. Detached to CS Arsenal, Augusta, GA, 29 Jan 1864. Retired to Invalid Corps, 30 Sep 1864, and assigned to enrolling duty. Post-war, lawyer in Charleston, SC. d. 1904. Brother of David D., Jr., and McDuff W. Cohen.

COHEN, David D., Jr. (18321890): 1MM/J, 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 17 Mar 1832, Charleston, SC. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: merchant. 5' 10" tall, fair complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 6 Nov 1861. Reenlisted in Confederate service at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 30. Furnished a substitute (William CARTLEDGE), and discharged at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862. Reenlisted, 10 Apr 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 3 Dec 1864. Post-war, merchant in Charleston, SC, and New York, NY. d. 1 Feb 1890, New York, NY. Brother of Asher D. and McDuff W. COHEN.

COHEN, Edward ("Ned") B.: 17/BCPL, [Charleston Dist.]. b. Feb 1841. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 21, and appt. CPL. Trans. to Walter's (Washington Artillery) Battery SC Light Artillery, 17 Oct 1862. Last recorded present, 31 Dec 1864. Post-war, grocer in Atlanta, GA. Retired and living in Atlanta, GA, in 1920.

COHEN, E. Lewis: 17/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1830. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 15 Mar 1862, age 32. No further record of service found. Per "Memory Rolls," trans. to unidentified command in 1862.

(COHEN, Marx Edward, Jr. (18391865): 17/APVT, Charleston Dist. b. 1839. 5' 6" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, occupation: dentist. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 5 Mar 1862, age 23. Previously served in Pope's Co., 1st SC Militia Artillery. Trans. to Co. F, 6th SC Cavalry, in exchange with Joel M. WOMACK, 28 Feb 1864. Later trans. to Hart's (Washington Artillery) Battery SC Light Artillery. KIA at Bentonville, NC, 19 Mar 1865, and buried in Beth Elohim Cemetery, Charleston, SC.

(COHEN, McDuff W.: 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. Apr 1842. 5' 8" tall, dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes, occupation: clerk. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 24 Feb 1862, age 22. WIA (gunshot in arm) at Drewry's Bluff, VA, 16 May 1864. WIA at Gravelly Run, VA, (hand and knee, severely), 23 Aug 1864. Last reported on 31 Dec 1864, as absent in hospital. Hardware dealer in Charleston, SC, in 1900. Brother of Asher D. and David D. COHEN, Jr.

COLCLOUGH, James Henry (18271895): 14/A2LT, Clarendon Dist. b. 15 May 1827, Sumter Dist., SC. Occupation: planter. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, age 35, and appt. 2LT. Not reelected at reorganization, 13 May 1862. Committed to SC Lunatic Asylum, Columbia, SC, for alcoholism in 1876. d. 3 Apr 1895, Columbia, SC, and buried at St. Phillip's Episcopal Church, Lee Co., SC. m. Susan Emma RICHARDSON, 1848.

(COLEMAN, Edward Pinckney: 14/ASGT, 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1837. Residence: Manning, SC; occupation: mason. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, age 25, and appt. CPL. Appt. SGT, 13 May 1862. Reduced to PVT, 31 Aug 1864. WIA at Heyward's Plantation, opposite Argyle Island on east bank of Savannah River, 21 Dec 1864.

COLLIN, T. R.: 14/BPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862. No further record of service found.

(((COLLINS, William H.: 17/D. 5/CPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862. WIA and capt. at Haws' Shop, VA, 28 May 1864, and DOW in enemy hands.

COLLINS, William: 14/B, 5/A, DBN/BPVT, Barnwell Dist. b. abt. 1812. Residence: Millersvile, SC; occupation: farm worker. Enlisted at Camp Felder, McPhersonville, SC, 3 Mar 1862, age 50. Discharged and then served as substitute for G. A. RODGERS. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864.

(COLSON, William P. (18401912): 14/D. 5/IPVT, Charleston Dist. b. Mar 1840. Enlisted at Binnaker's Bridge, Barnwell Dist., SC, 28 Dec 1861, age 21. Appt. CPL, 1 Sep 1864. Reported AWOL, 24 Oct 1864. Capt. as PVT at Stoney Creek, VA, 1 Dec 1864. Sent to Point Lookout, MD, and released, 5 Jun 1865. Post-war, carpenter and machinist in Charleston, SC. d. 29 Mar 1912. Harriet ("Hattie") COLSON of Rowesville, SC, applied for a Confederate widow's pension based on his service, 19 Sep 1919.

CONE, H.: 1MM/SCPL, [Colleton Dist.]. Entered State service at Pocotaligo, SC, 12 Nov 1861, and appt. CPL. Discharged, 31 Jan 1862.

(CONNELLY, Frank R.: 5/IPVT, Barnwell Dist. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 21 Feb 1863. DOD (brain fever) at McClellanville, SC, 12 Jun 1863.

CONNERLY, W. L.: 14/DPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. Enlisted at Binnaker's Bridge, Barnwell Dist., SC, 28 Dec 1861, but never reported for duty.

CONNORS, Thomas H.: 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1845. Residence: Friendship, SC. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 16 Dec 1863, [age 18]. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864.

COOK, C. C.: 5/CPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 1 Jun 1863. Trans. to Co. A, 2d SC Artillery, 20 Mar 1864. Trans. to another, unidentified unit, 10 May 1864.

COOK, James D.: 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1837, Charleston, SC. 5' 8" tall, fair complexion dark hair, light eyes, occupation: mechanic. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 25. Served as company, and later regimental saddler. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Living in 1897.

(COOK, John A., Jr. (1841?1864): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt 1841, Charleston, SC. 6' 0" tall, fair complexion, light hair, light eyes, occupation: clerk. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 28 Feb 1862, age 20, and detailed as company wagoner. KIA at Reams' Station (Wyatt's Farm), VA, 29 Sep 1864.

CORBETT, J. M.: 14/D, 5/I, DBN/BPVT, Orangeburg Dist. Enlisted at McPhersonville, SC, 11 May 1862. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last reported present with company, 31 Oct 1864. Living in 1897.

(CORBETT, Walter Colin (18331898): 14/A, 5/H, DBN/BPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. 27 May 1833. Enlisted at Ashepoo Ferry, SC, 25 Mar 1862, age 29. WIA (gunshot in left hand) at Chester Station, VA, 10 May 1864, resulting in amputation of two fingers. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post- war, farmer in Clarendon Co., SC. d. Aug 1898, and buried at Liberty Hill Free Will Baptist Church, Clarendon Co., SC. m. Susan Emma EVANS.

CORDES, John F.: 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1839. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 23. Last reported as detached to Engineer Dept. at Charleston, SC, 1 Mar 1864.

CORLEY, David Pickens: 14/C, 5/F, DBN/BPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 3 Jan 1845, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 17. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Horse farm worker in Grimes Co., TX, in 1910. Brother of Jefferson Pinckney CORLEY.

(CORLEY, Edwin Thomas (1840?1865): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. abt. 1840, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, [age 21]. Last reported on 31 Oct 1864, as absent sick in hospital at Columbia, SC, since 15 Sep 1864. DOD, 1 Mar 1865, Winnsboro, SC, and buried at Mount Hebron UMC, West Columbia, SC. m. Frances Elizabeth HYDRICK, abt. 1861. Brother of Godfrey Frederick, Jacob Andrew, John Simeon, and William Arthur CORLEY.

CORLEY, George Michael (18341922): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 25 May 1834, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 27. Previously served in Co. O, 1st (Gregg's) SC Infantry. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Lexington, SC, 5 Apr 1919. d. 29 Aug 1922, and buried in Corley-Harman Cemetery, Lexington Co., SC. m. Caroline TAYLOR.

CORLEY, Godfrey Frederick (18421932): 14/C, 5/F, DBN/BPVT, Lexington Dist. b. Jan 1842, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 19. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post-war, carpenter in Atlanta, GA. d. 8 May 1932, Fulton Co., GA. Brother of Edwin Thomas, Jacob Andrew, John Simeon, and William Arthur CORLEY.

CORLEY, Jacob Andrew (18381912): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 28 May 1838, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 24. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. d. 25 Sep 1912, and buried at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, West Columbia, SC. m. Sarah Jane ROOF. Brother of Edwin Thomas, Godfrey Frederick, John Simeon, and William Arthur

(CORLEY, Jefferson Pinckney (18401862), 14/CPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 13 Aug 1840, Lexington Dist., SC. 5' 10" tall, florid complexion, black hair, blue eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 21. Accidentally shot in head and killed at Pocotaligo, SC, 11 Aug 1862. Buried at Zion Lutheran Church, Lexington Co., SC. Brother of David Pickens CORLEY.

CORLEY, John Paul (18461934), 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 25 Apr 1846, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Columbia, SC, 17 Apr 1864, age 17. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Lexington, SC, 9 Apr 1919. d. 7 Nov 1934, and buried at Nazareth Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC. m1. Helen Antoinette YOUNGINER, 19 Apr 1877; m2. Lydia Vemaria CRAPS, 1883.

(CORLEY, John Simeon ("Sim") (18461943): 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 13 Jan 1846, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 5 Jan 186, age 17. WIA (gunshot in right thigh) at Drewry's Bluff, VA, 16 May 1864. Granted a 60-day medical furlough at Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, VA, 3 Jun 1864. Last reported on 31 Oct 1864, as absent sick in hospital at Columbia, SC, since 12 Oct 1864. Per pension records, discharged (i.e., paroled) at Greensboro, NC, [1 May] 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lexington, SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Lexington, SC, 11 Oct 1919. d. 16 Feb 1943, and buried in Corley Family Cemetery, Lexington Co., SC. m. Barbara Jemima SHULL, 20 Dec 1873. Brother of Edwin Thomas, Godfrey Frederick, Jacob Andrew, and William Arthur CORLEY.

CORLEY, Noah Francis (18351925): 14/CPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 2 Nov 1835, Lexington Dist., SC. 5' 9" tall, dark complexion, light hair, blue eyes, occupation: shoemaker. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 28 Dec 1861, age 26. Discharged for disability (chronic bronchitis) at McPhersonville, SC, 2 Jun 1862. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Lexington, SC, 22 Sep 1919. d. 25 Dec 1925, and buried at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC. m. Ellen Carlene CAUGHMAN, abt. 1861.

(CORLEY, William Arthur (18351889): 14/C, 5/FSGT, Lexington Dist. b. 6 May 1835, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 27. Capt. at Armstrong's Mill, VA, 10 Dec 1864. Sent to Point Lookout, MD, and released, 26 Jun 1865. d. 12 Jun 1889, and buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Columbia, SC. m. Sarah Rebecca WELCH. Brother of Edwin Thomas, Godfrey Frederick, Jacob Andrew, and John Simeon CORLEY.

(COUSAR, Andrew Flinn (18261896), 5/HCPL, Sumter Dist. b. 18 Nov 1826, Lancaster Dist., SC. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 13 Oct 1863, age 36. Appt. CPL, 1 Sep 1864. Per "Memory Rolls," wounded near Petersburg, VA, in 1864, but no other record found. Post-war, farmer in Lee Co., SC. d. 31 Jul 1896. m. Theodosia Bradley ENGLISH, 1847.

COWARD, [J. W.]: 1MM/J[ORD]. Performed scouting and sentry duty during the period 11 Nov6 Dec 1861, but no other record of service found. Apparently detached from Oswald's Co., 1st (Martin's) SC Mounted Militia.

COX, George Washington: 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1841. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 21. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864. Living in Charleston, SC, in 1870. d. bef. 1897.

COX, George William: 17/C, 5/BPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. b. abt. 1835. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 27. Detached as blacksmith to CS Arsenal, Charleston, SC, 24 Oct 1862, and remained there until end of war. Brother of Rodolph E. COX

COX, J. D.: 5/IPVT, [Barnwell Dist.]. Enlisted at Adams Run, SC, 8 Feb 1864. Trans. to Co. B, 2d SC Artillery, 24 Mar 1864. Last reported present, 31 Dec 1864.

COX, Rodolph (Rudolph) E. (18441925): 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 23 Oct 1844, Charleston, SC. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: apprentice blacksmith. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 18. Detailed to CS Arsenal, Charleston, SC, 29 Sep 186231 Oct 1864 (last report). Post-war, blacksmith in Charleston, SC, and house carpenter in Wilmington, NC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Charleston, SC, 23 May 1919. d. 5 Nov 1925, Wilmington, NC, and buried there in Oakdale Cemetery. Brother of George William COX.

CRAIG, J. W.: 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1840. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 22. Granted a 40-day furlough to procure a horse, 5 Aug 1864. Last reported AWOL, 17 Sep 1864. Living in 1897.

(((CRANE, W. O. (1835?1864): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1835, White House, NJ. 5' 6" tall, fair complexion, light hair, grey eyes, occupation: mechanic. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 24. WIA and capt. at Haws' Shop, VA, 28 May 1864, and DOW in enemy hands.

CRAPS (CRAPPS), Samuel Perkins (18421906): 5/F, DBN/BPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 31 Aug 1842, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 14 Feb 1863, age 20. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. d. 3 Jun 1906, and buried at Cedar Grove Lutheran Church, Leesville, SC. m. Sibbie Ann TAYLOR, abt. 1886.

CRAVAT, George H.: 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt 1845. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: blacksmith. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, [age 17]. Detached to CS Arsenal, Charleston, SC, 30 Jun 1863. Blacksmith in Charleston, SC, in 1880. Brother of Henry H. CRAVAT.

CRAVAT, Henry H.: 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1843. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: apprentice finisher. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, [age 19]. Detached to Charleston & Savannah RR, 8 Nov 1862. Last reported as ordered to rejoin company in VA, 5 Nov 1864. Engine builder in Savannah, GA, in 1870. Brother of George H. CRAVAT.

(CRAWFORD, Elijah: SJMR, 5/EPVT, Charleston Dist. 5' 6" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Enlisted at Santee, SC, 5 Apr 1862. Capt. at Columbia, SC, 17 Feb 1865. Sent to Hart Island, NY, and released, 6 Jun 1865.

CRAWFORD, Levi Louis (18311897): SJMR, 5/EPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 3 Jun 1831, St. Stephens Parish, Charleston Dist., SC. 5' 4" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Enlisted at McClellanville, SC, 25 Mar 1862, age 32. Surrendered at Charleston, SC, 14 Mar 1865. d. Jan 1897, and buried in Pine Tree Plantation Cemetery, Alvin, SC. m1. Sarah Rosana ORVIN; m2. Celia Ann WEATHERS. Brother of Peter Calvitt and Philip William CRAWFORD.

CRAWFORD, Peter Calvitt (18261905): SJMR, 5/EPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 8 Dec 1826, St. Stephens Parish, Charleston Dist, SC. 5' 3" tall, light complexion, dark hair, grey eyes. Enlisted at St. Stephens, SC, 26 Jan 1862, age 37. Trans. to Co. L/O, 20th SC Infantry, 26 Sep 1863. After that unit was disbanded, served in Co. G, 1st SC Artillery. Surrendered at Charleston, SC, 13 Mar 1865. Post-war, farmer in Berkeley Co., SC. d. 18 Dec 1905, and buried at Macedonia Christian Church, Macedonia, SC. m1. Lovey Ann ORVIN; m2. Annie HUGHES. Brother of Levi Louis and Philip William CRAWFORD.

CRAWFORD, Philip William (18441915): 5/E, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 10 Oct 1844, St. Stephens Parish, Charleston Dist., SC. Enlisted at Mount Pleasant., SC, 23 Feb 1863, age 18. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Berkeley Co., SC. d. 14 Apr 1915, and buried in Berkeley Grove Cemetery, Alvin, SC. m. Angeline Elizabeth HOOD, 26 Dec 1867; she applied for a Confederate widow's pension at St. Stephens, SC, 10 Nov 1919. Brother of Levi Louis and Peter Calvitt CRAWFORD.

CRAWFORD, William G.: 5/KPVT, Richland Dist. Enlisted at Camp Badger, near Wilmington, NC, 12 Feb 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. d. bef. 1897.

(CREIGHTON, T. M.: 17/BPVT, Charleston, Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 35. b. abt. 1827. Detailed as company teamster. Last recorded present, 28 Feb 1862. Per "Memory Rolls," d. 1862.

((CRIM, Henry E. (18411862): 14/CPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 1841, Lexington Dist., SC. Residence: Rockville, SC; occupation: farmworker. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 20. WIA at Pocotaligo, SC, 22 Oct 1862. DOW in hospital at McPhersonville, SC, 3 Nov 1862. Brother of Jacob M. CRIM.

CRIM, Jacob M. (18451921): 5/F, DBN/BPVT, Lexington Dist., b. 17 Jun 1845, Lexington Dist., SC. Residence: Rockville, SC. Enlisted at McClellanville, SC, 22 Jan 1863, age 17. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, farmer in upper Richland Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Colonial Heights, SC, 21 Mar 1919. d. 9 Nov 1921, and buried at Cedar Grove Lutheran Church, Leesville, SC. Brother of Henry E. CRIM.

CROCKER, Daniel: 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. Residence: St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC. b. abt. 1839. Residence: St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 1 Apr 1862, age 22. Last reported as granted a 30-day medical furlough at Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, for chronic diarrhea, 1 Sep 1864. Farming in Colleton Co., SC, in 1880. Brother of James S. and John W. CROCKER.

CROCKER, James S.: 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1835. Residence: St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 1 Apr 1862, age 27. Last reported as granted a 60-day medical furlough at General (Pettigrew) Hospital No. 13, Raleigh, NC, 12 Sep 1864. Brother of Daniel and James S. CROCKER.

(CROCKER, John W.: 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1843. Residence: St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 1 Apr 1862, [age 19]. DOD in hospital at James Island, SC, 4 Jan 1864. Brother of Daniel and James S. CROCKER.

(CROFT, Samuel P.: 14/D, 5/IPVT, Barnwell Dist. b. abt. 1841. Residence: Springtown, SC. 5' 7" tall, light complexion, light hair, blue eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Camp Binnaker, Barnwell Dist., SC, 28 Dec 1861, [age 20]. WIA (side, slightly) at Burgess' Mill, VA, 27 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Farming in Barnwell Co., SC, in 1880. Living in 1897; d. bef. 1900

CROOK, David S. (18151881): 14/BPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. b. 15 Apr 1815, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Residence: Reeves Station, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, [age 46]. Discharged for overage at end of enlistment, 24 Dec 1862. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 16 Nov 1881, and buried in Crook Cemetery, Orangeburg Co., SC. m. Celia HUFF. Brother of John Ernest CROOK.

CROOK, John Ernest (18231882): 5/A, DBN/BPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 7 Aug 1823, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Residence: Reeves Station, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 6 Jul 1863, age 39. Detached to Dismounted Bn., 9 Jul 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Per "Memory Rolls," surrendered [at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr] 1865. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co. SC. d. 16 Sep 1882, Orangeburg Co., SC. m. Mary Ann WHETSELL. Brother of David S. CROOK.

CROOKS, W. T.: 5/KPVT. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1863. Claimed exemption as a blacksmith and never reported for duty.

CROSKEYS, James M. (18371905): 17/A, 5/DSGT, Colleton Dist. b. Mar 1837. 6' 0" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, occupation: mechanic. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 24. Appt. CPL, 20 Jun 1862. Appt. SGT, 16 May 1863. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, phosphate worker in Summerville, SC, and later retired to Greenville, SC. d. 19 Dec 1905, Greenville, SC. m. Elizabeth W. VERDIER, abt. 1869.

CROUCH, John C. (18451916): 5/I, DBN/BPVT, Barnwell Dist. b. Oct 1845. Residence: Bamberg, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Adams Run, SC, 1 Feb 1864, age 19. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last reported as granted a 60-day medical furlough at General Hospital No. 1, Kittrell Springs, NC, 6 Oct 1864. Post-war, preacher in Bamberg and Kershaw Cos., SC. d. 1 Jan 1916, Charleston Co., SC.

CRUM, John Wesley (18381922): 14/D, 5/IPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 30 Jun 1838. Enlisted at McPhersonville, SC, 13 May 1862, age 23. Last reported as MIA near Columbia, SC, 14 Feb 1865. Post-war, farmer in Bamberg Co., SC, and member of SC legislature. d. 2 Sep 1922, Bamberg Co., SC. m. Rebecca Ann HARTZOG, 24 Jan 1861.

CUDWORTH, Edward N.: 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1840. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupaton: moulder. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 20. Detached to Evans & Cogswell, Confederate Government Printers and Lithographers, 17 Nov 1862. Last reported as ordered to rejoin company in VA, 5 Nov 1864.

CUMMINGS, Benjamin W. ("Benny"): 17/D, 5/C, DBN/BPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1840. Residence: St. George's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC; occupation: farm worker. Previously served in Co. G, 9th SC Infantry. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 11 Jul 1862, age 22. Reported in Dismounted Bn., as of 1 Jul 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Farming in Colleton Co., SC, in 1880. Son of Elijah D. CUMMINGS.

CUMMINGS, Elijah (Elisha) D.: 17/D, 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1817, Colleton Dist., SC. 5' 5" tall, dark complexion, grey hair, grey eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 45. Discharged for disability (tuberculosis) at General (College) Hospital No. 2, Columbia, SC, 5 Dec 1863. Father of Benjamin CUMMINGS, and uncle of Washington Malphus and John Noel CUMMINGS.

CUMMINGS, John Noel (18261894): 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 7 Feb 1826. Residence: Steeds Lake, near Ridgeville, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 20 Feb 1863, age 36. Last reported in hospital at Danville, VA, Oct 1864. Wrote a letter home from camp in VA, 15 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Colleton Co., SC. d. 11 Feb 1894, and buried at Cummings Chapel, near Ridgeville, SC. Nephew of Elijah D. CUMMINGS, and half-brother of Washington Malphus CUMMINGS.

CUMMINGS, Lewis Bradwell: 17/D, 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1833. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1863, age 30. Previously served in Co. G, 9th SC Infantry. Last reported on 29 Feb 1864, absent detailed as an ambulance driver. Appears to have transferred to Co. H, 6th SC Cavalry, abt. 10 Jan 1864. Nephew of Elijah D. CUMMINGS.

CUMMINGS, Richard: 17/D, 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1832. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 30. Last reported present, 21 Jan 1863. Appears to have transferred to Co. H, 6th SC Cavalry, abt. 15 Oct 1863. Farming in Colleton Co., SC, in 1880. m. Jane ACKERMAN.

CUMMINGS, Washington Malphus ("Wash") (18371912): 17/D, 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 26 Jun 1837. Occupation: lawyer. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 25. Previously served in Earnest's Co., 1st (Martin's) SC Mounted Militia. Last reported present, 28 Feb 1864. Appears to have transferred to Co. H, 6th SC Cavalry, abt. 10 Jan 1864. Post-war, lumber mill operator in Colleton Co., SC. d. 16 Aug 1912, and buried in Bonny Rest Cemetery, Ridgeville, SC. m. Victoria Elizabeth WAY, 9 Jun 1859. Half-brother of John Noel CUMMINGS.

CUMMINGS, William Riggs (18251900): 17/D, 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 1825. Occupation: surveyor for Colleton District, SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 36. Reported AWOL, 15 Jun 1863. Appears to have transferred to Co. H, 6th SC Cavalry, abt. 15 Oct 1863. Living in Colleton Co., SC, in 1880. d. 4 Aug 1900, and buried at Cypress Methodist Church, near Ridgeville, SC.

CUNNINGHAM, Andrew B.: 1MM/J, 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1840, Charleston, SC. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: mechanic. 5' 8" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 6 Nov 1861. Reenlisted in Confederate service at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, on 17 Feb 1862, age 22. Detailed as bugler. Trans. to Mathewes Battery SC Heavy Artillery, 13 Mar 1864. Last reported absent sick in Charleston, SC, 31 Dec 1864. d. bef. 1897.

CUTTINO, Thomas Park (18451880): 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. 4 Sep 1845, Georgetown, SC. Residence: Friendship, SC. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 19 Nov 1863, age 18. Granted a 60-day medical furlough at General Hospital, Farmville, VA, 24 Sep 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Clarendon Co., SC. d. 25 Oct 1880. m. Portia Mary Ann LYNUM, 5 May 1866.

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