5th South Carolina Cavalry Regiment
Surname D

DALY, John P.: 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1841. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 19. Granted a 40-day furlough to procure a horse, 5 Aug 1864. Last reported AWOL, 17 Sep 1864. Living in Savannah, GA, in 1897.

(DANDRIDGE, Thomas: 5/CPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 14 Apr 1863. DOD in camp at James Island, SC, 27 Dec 1863.

DANGERFIELD, James: SJMR, 5/E, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. Jun 1825. Enlisted at St. Stephens, SC, 4 Mar 1862, age 37. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Admitted to General Hospital, Danville, VA, with intermittent fever, 24 Oct 1864. Last reported as returned to duty, 5 Nov 1864. Farming in Berkeley Co., SC, in 1900.

DANGERFIELD, Morton C.: SJMR, 5/EPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1828. Residence: St. John's Berkeley Parish, Charleston, Dist., SC. Enlisted at St. Stephens, SC, 4 Mar 1862, [age 27]. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864.

DANGERFIELD, William (18401918): 5/E, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. Jan 1840. Enlisted at Mount Pleasant, SC, 31 Jul 1863, age 23. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Post-war, farmer in Berkeley Co., SC. d. 13 Jun 1918, Berkeley Co., SC.

DANTLZER, Daniel J. (18421914): 14/B, 5/A, DBN/BPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 3 Sep 1842, Orangeburg, SC. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 19. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 27 Jan 1914. m. Lavenia V. THOMPSON, abt. 1866; she applied for a Confederate widow's pension at Parler, SC, 29 Aug 1920.

(DANTZLER, David (18341908): 14/B2LT, 5/A1LT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 13 Jan 1834. Residence: Holly Hill, SC. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 27, and appt. 2LT. Acquitted by court-martial on AWOL charge, 25 Mar 1863. Appt. 1LT, 24 May 1863. WIA (gunshot in right ankle) at Cold Harbor, VA, 30 May 1864. Sent to Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, and furloughed home on 16 Jun 1864. Returned to duty at Richmond, VA, 13 Oct 1864, and assigned to collection of horses in Pulaski Co., VA. Returned to Lancaster, SC, with unserviceable horses, 5 Dec 1864, and remained with them until Apr 1865. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 18 Jun 1908, and buried in Old Providence Cemetery, near Holly Hill, SC. m. Elizabeth Amanda SHULER, 7 Mar 1866.

((DANTZLER, Edward D. (1834?1864): 14/B. 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. abt. 1834. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 27. WIA at Haws' Shop, VA, 28 May 1864, and DOW at General Hospital No. 9, Richmond, VA, 1 Jun 1864.

DANTZLER, George M. (18361926): 14/B, 5/A, DBN/BPVT, Orangeburg Dist., b. 9 Oct 1836. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 2 Feb 1863, age 27. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 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. Applied for a Confederate pension at Cameron, SC, 15 Sep 1919. d. 7 Mar 1926, Orangeburg Co., SC.

(DANTZLER, Irvin Peter (18231881): 14/BPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 12 Jan 1823, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 38. WIA (slightly) at Pocotaligo, SC, 22 Oct 1862. Furnished a substitute (his son, Peter Abraham DANTZLER), and discharged at Pocotaligo, SC, 4 Dec 1862. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 1 May 1881, Orangeburg Co., SC. m. Lavinia M. FELDER, 12 Feb 1846.

DANTZLER, James Andrew (18301884): 14/B, 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 21 Jan 1830, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 32. Last reported on 31 Oct 1864, as detached to horse infirmary at Lynchburg, VA, since 20 Jul 1864. Per "Memory Rolls," surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 3 Apr 1884, and buried in Mount Lebanon Lutheran Cemetery, near Cameron, SC. m. Ann Catherine HAIGLER, 28 Dec 1854.

(DANTZLER, John R. (1829?1863): 14/B, 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. abt. 1829. Residence: Poplar, SC; occupation: farmer. 5' 6" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 9 Jan 1862, age 33. Discharged for disability (dropsy) at McPhersonville, SC, 14 Jun 1862. Reenlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 2 Feb 1863. DOD at James Island, SC, 29 Dec 1863.

(DANTZLER, Peter Abraham (18471890): 14/B, 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 2 Mar 1847, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 4 Dec 1862, age 16, as a substitute for his father, Irvin Peter DANTZLER. WIA (leg, severely) at Lynch's Creek, Darlington Dist., SC, 24 Feb 1865. Paroled at Cheraw, SC, 5 Mar 1865. Post-war, dentist and farmer at Prattville, AL. d. 29 Apr 1890, and buried at Jericho Methodist Church, Cameron, SC. m. Julia Eugenia FERSNER, 2 Dec 1866.

DAVIS, C. J.: 5/CPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 21 Jan 1864, and detached to Engineer Dept. at Charleston, SC. Last reported as ordered to rejoin company, 3 Apr 1864.

(DAVIS, E. D. (1824?1862): 14/APVT, Sumter Dist. b. abt. 1824. 5' 10" tall, light complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, age 38. DOD (typhoid fever) in hospital at McPhersonville, SC, 20 Aug 1862. m. Elizabeth DAVIS.

((DAVIS, Edwin W. (1845?1865): 14/A, 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1845. Enlisted at McPhersonville, SC, 31 Oct 1862, [age 17], as substitute for Richard Ragin BRIGGS. Trans. to Co. I, 23d SC Infantry, 5 May 1863. Capt. at Petersburg, VA, 2 Apr 1865. DOD as POW at Point Lookout, MD, 27 May 1865, and buried there in Confederate cemetery.

(DAVIS, Flinn C.: 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1845, Fairfield Dist., SC. 5' 8" tall, fair complexion, dark hair hazel eyes, occupation: student. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 15 Mar 1862, age 16. Detailed as courier to COL John DUNOVANT. Capt. near Fayetteville, NC, 7 Mar 1865, and escaped during the action at Monroe's Crossroads, NC, 10 Mar 1865. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Tobacco broker in Louisville, KY, in 1880. Brother of Glenn Edwin and Zimmerman DAVIS, and nephew of Nathan H. DAVIS.

DAVIS, Glenn Edwin (18431930): 5/DPVT, 5/FSSGM, Charleston Dist. b. 4 Oct 1843, Fairfield Dist., SC. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: student. 5' 8" tall, ruddy complexion, dark hair, brown eyes. Trans. from Co. F, 6th SC Cavalry, in exchange with John E. SALISBURY, 6 Nov 1863. Detailed as courier to COL John DUNOVANT. Appt. SGM, 15 Mar 1865. Post-war, sheriff of Charleston Co., SC, and last surviving member of 5/D. d. 17 Apr 1930, Charleston, SC, and buried there in Magnolia Cemetery. m. Fannie B. STOCK, abt. 1873. Brother of Flinn C. and Zimmerman DAVIS, and nephew of Nathan H. DAVIS.

DAVIS, Isaac Isham:14/APVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1800, Washington, VA. 5' 10" tall, florid complexion, grey hair, blue eyes, occupation: planter. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, age 62. Discharged for disability ("infirmities of old age") at McPhersonville, SC, 6 Oct 1862. Farming in Clarendon Co., SC, in 1870.

DAVIS, James A.: 17/D, 5/C, DBN/BPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Jan 1863. Apparently trans. to Co. B, 18th Bn. SC Heavy Artillery, 20 Mar 1864, but returned to company in May 1864. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Admitted to General Hospital No. 11, Charlotte, NC, with scabies, 6 Mar 1865. Last reported as returned to duty, 3 Apr 1865.

DAVIS, Jessie W. (18271909): 1MM/S, 17/DPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 9 Apr 1827. Entered State service at Pocotaligo, SC, 12 Nov 1861. Discharged, 31 Jan 1862. Enlisted in Confederate service at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 2 Apr 1862, age 34. No further record of service found. Post-war, farmer in Colleton Co., SC. d. 24 Dec 1909, and buried at Sauldam Baptist Church, near Delemars, Dorchester Co., SC.

DAVIS, L.: 17/D, 5/CPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862. Detailed as teamster. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864.

DAVIS, Nathan H. (18201901): 5/DPVT, Greenville Dist. b. Mar 1820, Monticello, Fairfield Dist., SC. Residence: Greenville, SC, occupation: lawyer. 6' 1" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 1 Sep 1863, age 43. Detailed as private secretary to MG Wade HAMPTON, 1 Jun 1864, with acting rank of CPT. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, attorney in Greenville, SC. d. 27 Oct 1901, Greenville, SC. Uncle of Flinn C., Glenn Edwin, and Zimmerman DAVIS.

(DAVIS, Robert (1846?1864?): 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. Apparently served as substitute for Richard Ragin BRIGGS after transfer of Edwin D. DAVIS in 1863. DOD in hospital in VA, [1864].

((DAVIS, Ross (18461864): 5/DPVT, Fairfield Dist. b. 1846. 6' 0" tall dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, occupation: cadet at SCMA (Arsenal), Columbia, SC. Trans. from Co. F, 6th SC Cavalry, age 19, in exchange with George T. SUMMERS, abt. 15 Nov 1863. Trans. to Co. E, 15th SC Infantry, 1 Mar 1864, and appt. 2LT. DOW in hospital at Petersburg, VA, 13 Jul 1864.

DAVIS, Samuel: 17/DPVT, [Barnwell Dist.]. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 2 Apr 1862, age 27. No further record of service found.

(DAVIS, Zimmerman ("Zim") (18341910): 1MM/J1LT, 17/ACPT, 5/DCPT, 5/FSCOL, Charleston Dist. b. 3 Oct 1834, Monticello, Fairfield Dist., SC. Residence: 277 East Bay St., Charleston, SC. 5' 10" tall, light complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, occupation: cotton broker. Attended College of Charleston. Pre-war, LTC, 16th SC Militia Infantry. Enlisted in State service at Charleston, SC, 6 Nov 1861, and appt. 2LT. Appt. 1LT, 20 Jan 1862. Reenlisted in Confederate service at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 27. Appt. CPT, 12 Apr 1862. WIA (hand, slightly) at Lynch's Creek, Darlington Dist., SC, 24 Feb 1865. Provisionally appt. COL, 15 Mar 1865, but war ended before promotion could be confirmed by the Confederate Senate. Commanded GEN Joseph E. JOHNSTON's escort at Durham Station, NC, 17 Apr 1865. Paroled at Augusta, GA, 25 May 1865, and took Oath of Allegiance at Columbia, SC, 3 Jun 1865. Post-war, treasurer of city waterworks, and active in civic and veterans affairs in Charleston, SC. d. 30 Mar 1910, Charleston, SC, and buried there in Magnolia Cemetery. m. Cornelia Jeanette MCIVER, 10 Nov 1857. Brother of Flinn C. and Glenn Edwin DAVIS, and nephew of Nathan H. DAVIS.

DEAN, ______: 1MM/JPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. Performed sentry and picket guard duty with the company during the period 11 Nov6 Dec 1861, but no other record of service found.

DEAN (DEEN), Job, 5/KPVT, Laurens Dist. b. abt. 1825. Residence: Newberry, SC; occupation: tailor. 5' 10" tall, fair complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Listed in "Memory Rolls," but no other record of service in company found. Previously served in Co. D, Holcombe Legion Bn. SC Cavalry.

DE BOW, Benjamin Franklin ("Frank") (1823?1867): 1MM/JPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1823. Co-editor of De Bow's Review magazine. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 6 Nov 1861, age 38, and apparently served to 16 Feb 1862. d. 25 Mar 1867. m. Josephine E. Q. BELL, 17 Mar 1845. Brother-in-law of Edwin Q. and Eugene B. BELL.

DECARADEAU, J. A., Jr.: 1MM/JPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. Listed in company records for the period 11 Nov6 Dec 1861, but no other record of service found.

DEEN (DEAN), James A.: 5/KPVT, Lexington Dist. Enlisted at Columbia, SC, 1 Feb 1863. Trans. to Co. C, 20th SC Infantry, 28 Mar 1863, and may have later served in Co. F, 22d SC Infantry.

DEIGHEN, John: 1MM/JPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1826, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: stable operator. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 17 Nov 1861, age 35, and served to about 14 Dec 1861. Later served in Co. I, 1st Charleston Guard SC Infantry. Post-war, stable operator in Charleston, SC. Living in 1897.

DELK, Robert Thomas (18351909): 5/IPVT, Barnwel Dist. b. 3 Nov 1835, Barnwell Dist., SC. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 7 Mar 1863, age 35. Paroled at Augusta, GA, 20 May 1865. Post-war, farm worker in Barnwell Co., SC. d. 3 Apr 1909, Barnwell Co., SC.

DENNIS, John Muldrow, Jr.: 5/HPVT, Sumter Dist. b. abt. 1831. Residence: Maysville, SC; occupation: teacher. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 19 Jan 1864, [age 33]. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. School teacher in Bishopville, SC, in 1880.

(DEVEAUX, Edward S.: 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1838, Charleston, SC. Residence: Charleston, SC. 5' 8" tall, light complexion, light hair, blue eyes. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 24. Detached to Engineer Dept. at Charleston, SC for construction of marine torpedo ram, 14 Nov 1862. Capt. at Camden, SC, 16 Apr 1865. Harness shop owner in Cooper Co., MO, in 1910.

DEVEAUX, James Campbell (18431894): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 1843. Residence: Charleston, SC. 5' 5" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, occupation: student. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 18. Detailed as company commissary. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war, clerk in Charleston, SC. d. 1894. Brother of John Porteous DEVEAUX, Jr.

(DEVEAUX, John Porteous, Jr. (18381892): 1MM/JORD, 17/A2LT, 5/D1LT, Charleston Dist. b. 31 Jul 1838, Charleston, SC. 5' 7" tall, light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, occupation: mechanic. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 6 Nov 1861, and appt. ORD. Appt. B2LT, 30 Jan 1862. Reenlisted in Confederate service at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 23. Appt. 2LT, 12 Apr 1862. WIA (both legs, hands, and shoulder, severely) near Fayetteville, NC, 10 Mar 1865. Appt. 1LT, 15 Mar 1865. Post-war, shipsmith in Charleston, SC. d. 4 Jul 1892, Charleston, SC. Brother of James Campbell DEVEAUX

(DEVORE, David: 14/C, 5/F, DBN/BPVT, Lexington Dist. b. abt. 1837, Edgefield, SC. Residence: near Saluda, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 1 Jan 1862, age 25. WIA (slightly in thigh) near Drewry's Bluff, VA, 16 May 1864. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Admitted to General Hospital No. 11, Charlotte, NC, 6 Mar 1865. Last reported sent to another hospital, 14 Apr 1865. Farming in Lexington Co., SC, in 1880.

(DIBBLE, Virgil Cornelius (18411918): 17/APVT, 5/DPVT, 5/FSSGM, 5/A2LT, Charleston Dist. b. 8 Sep 1841, Charleston, SC. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: student. 5' 7" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Jul 1862, age 20. Previously served in Chichester's Co. (Charleston Zouave Cadets), 1st (Branch's) SC Militia Rifles. Detailed as company clerk. Appt. SGM, 1 Aug 1863. Appt. 2LT, Co. A, "for valor and skill," 15 Mar 1865. WIA near Fayetteville, NC, 15 Mar 1865, resulting in amputation of left arm. Post-war, teacher and principal of Charleston (SC) High School. d. 14 Aug 1918, Marion Co., SC, and buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC. m. Eliza C. BATES, 23 Dec 1869.

DICK, Robert J.: 14/APVT, Sumter Dist. b. abt. 1831. Residence: Sumter, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Ashepoo Ferry, SC, 22 Mar 1862, [age 31]. Previously served in Co. F, 9th SC Infantry. Discharged for disability (tumor on back of neck) at McPhersonville, SC, 7 Sep 1862. Farming at Sumter, SC, in 1880.

DINGLE, R. Rutledge: 14/A, 14/DPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. Apr 1830. Residence: Clarendon Dist., SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 2 May 1862, age 31. Trans. to Co. D, 1 Jul 1862, and furnished a substitute, William W. ROBERTS. No further record of service found. Post-war, farmer in Clarendon Co., SC. Living in 1900.

DISHER, William L. (1833?1893): 17/BCPT, Charleston Dist. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 29, and appt. CPT. Resigned abt. 23 Jul 1862, and thereafter employed as a conductor on the Charleston & Savannah RR. Post-war, railroad conductor in Charleston, SC. d. 1893, Charleston, SC, and buried there in Magnolia Cemetery.

DOAR, Elias M., III: 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1847. Residence: Charleston, SC. Listed on company Descriptive Roll, but no other record of service found. Probably enlisted aft. 1 Mar 1865, age 18. Living in St. James Goose Creek Parish, Charleston Co., SC, in 1870.

DOAR, Hugh Rose (1835?1871): SJMR, 5/EPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1835, Charleston, SC. 5' 6" tall, dark eyes, dark hair, dark complexion. Residence: Christ Church Parish, Charleston Dist., SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at McClellanville, SC, 19 Mar 1862, age 27. Trans. to Co. O, 20th SC Infantry, 26 Sep 1863, and following the disbanding of that unit, to Co. D, 2d SC Cavalry, 5 May 1864. Deserted to the enemy and released on oath at Charleston, SC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war, farmer in Charleston Co., SC. d. 25 Jul 1871. Mary Jane DOAR of 1 Atlantic St., Charleston, SC, applied for a Confederate widow's pension based on his service, 17 Oct 1919, and stated that he was discharged at Fort Fisher, NC, in 1865. Brother of John Watts DOAR.

DOAR, John Watts (18261897): SJMR, 5/EPVT, [Georgetown Dist.]. b. 22 Jun 1826, Georgetown Co., SC. Enlisted at McClellanville, SC, 19 Mar 1862, age 36. Reported trans. to Co. N, 20th SC Infantry, 25 Mar 1864, but no record of service in that organization found. Post-war, rice plantation overseer in Georgetown Co., SC. d. 2 Dec 1897, Georgetown, SC, and buried there in Elmwood Cemetery. m. Emma Catherine BURN, 25 Nov 1856. Brother of Hugh Rose DOAR.

DODD, Thomas Miles (18261880): 5/CPVT, [Colleton Dist.] b. 3 Feb 1826. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 1 Jan 1863, age 36. Previously served in CPT Hugo G. Sheridan's Co. (Round O Guards), 9th SC Infantry. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, Baptist minister and farmer in Colleton Co., SC. d. 16 Oct 1880, and buried in Fox Cemetery, near Round O, SC. m. Rebecca Minerva FOX, 3 Feb 1847.

(DORIUS, Lewis: 5/CPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. b. abt. 1819. 5' 4" tall, light complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Deserted to the enemy at Charleston, SC, 18 Feb 1865, and paroled, 11 Mar 1865. No other record of service found.

DOWLING, Aaron Decania (18361877): 5/IPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 19 Feb 1835, Barnwell Dist., SC. Enlisted at Adams Run, SC, 16 Jan 1864, age 26. Last reported AWOL, 24 Oct 1864. d. 13 May 1877, and buried at Willow Swamp Baptist Church, Norway, SC. m. Caroline Rebecca TYLER, 15 Feb 1859. Brother of Charles Thaddeus and John Caldwell Calhoun DOWLING. Brother-in-law of James Michael BARR.

DOWLING, Charleigh Thaddeus (18381904): 5/IPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 18 May 1838, Barnwell Dist., SC. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 17 Jan 1863, age 24. Detailed as bugler. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864. Post-war, farmer and dentist in Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 22 Jan 1904, Barnwell Co. SC. m. Meta Margaret QUATTLEBAUM, 21 Feb 1860. Brother of Aaron Decania and John Caldwell Calhoun, DOWLING. Brother-in-law of James Michael BARR.

DOWLING, Elbert Ligah (18251880): 17/C, 5/BPVT, Beaufort Dist. b. 3 Jul 1825. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 37. Previously served in Smart's Co., 1st (Martin's) SC Mounted Militia. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, game overseer at Hardeeville, SC. d. 12 Apr 1880 (consumption), and buried at Hopewell Baptist Church, Hampton, SC.

DOWLING, John Caldwell Calhoun (18431931): 5/IPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 6 Mar 1843, Springtown, SC. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 14 Feb 1863, age 19. Previously enlisted in Co. A, 1st (Hagood's) SC Infantry, and ordered to rejoin that unit, 23 Jun 1863. Post-war, hotel keeper in Barnwell, SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at 13 State St., Charleston, SC, 4 Nov 1919. d. 2 May 1931, and buried at Barnwell Baptist Church, Barnwell, SC. m. Mary Elizabeth BABERS. Brother of Aaron Decania and Charles Thaddeus DOWLING. Brother-in-law of James Michael BARR.

DOWLING, W. A.: 5/BPVT, Beaufort Dist. b. abt 1843. Listed in "Memory Rolls" with notation "Discharged," but no other record of service found.

DOWLING, William Hamilton (18421924): 17/C, 5/B, DBN/BSGT, Beaufort Dist. b. 4 Aug 1842, Brunson, SC. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 19, and appt. SGT. Previously served in Smart's Co., 1st (Martin's) SC Mounted Militia. Reported in Dismounted Bn., JulAug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 2 Nov 1864. Post-war, Baptist minister, county school commissioner, and probate judge in Hampton Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Hampton, SC, 24 Oct 1919. d. 11 Sep 1924, at Columbia, SC, and buried in Hopewell Cemetery, Hampton, SC. m. Clara Louise RUTH, 19 May 1867.

DRAFTS, Daniel Irvin (18401885): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 27 Jul 1840, Lexington Dist., SC. 5' 10" tall, light complexion, dark hair, grey eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 21. Discharged for disabilty at General (Ladies) Hospital No. 3, Columbia, SC, 27 Feb 1864. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. d. 26 Jun 1885, and buried at Cedar Grove Lutheran Church, Leesville, SC. m. Denorah Catherine CRAPS, 11 Oct 1860. Brother of George Michael, Henry Elias, Jacob Franklin, Jefferson Luther, and Samuel Patrick DRAFTS.

DRAFTS, George Michael (18441905): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 19 Oct 1844, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 10 Dec 1862, age 18. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 2 Nov 1864. Post-war, farmer in lower Richland Co., SC. d. 5 Feb 1905, Columbia, SC, and buried at Zion Episcopal Church, Eastover, SC. m. Kate E. TRUMBLE. Brother of Daniel Irvin, Henry Elias, Jacob Franklin, Jefferson Luther, and Samuel Patrick DRAFTS.

DRAFTS, George Sebastian (18441921): 14/C, 5/FCPL, Lexington Dist. b. 31 May 1844. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 17, and appt. CPL. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 2 Nov 1864. Per "Memory Rolls" and pension records, discharged at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, probate judge in Lexington Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Lexington, SC, 7 Apr 1919. d. 22 Jul 1921, and buried at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC. m. Lavinia Emmeline WHEELER.

DRAFTS, Henry Elias (18421921): 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 13 Sep 1842, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 25 Feb 1863. Detailed as ambulance driver. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 2 Nov 1864. Per pension records, discharged 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. 16 Jun 1921, and buried at Cedar Grove Lutheran Church, Leesville, SC. m. Sarah Elizabeth TAYLOR. Brother of Daniel Irvin, George Michael, Jacob Franklin, Jefferson Luther, and Samuel Patrick DRAFTS.

(DRAFTS, Jacob Franklin (18361864): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 1 Jun 1836, Lexington, SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 26. DOD (chronic diarrhea) at home, 21 Oct 1864, and buried at Cedar Grove Lutheran Church, Leesville, SC. Brother of Daniel Irvin, George Michael, Henry Elias, Jefferson Luther, and Samuel Patrick DRAFTS.

DRAFTS, James Elliott (18261869): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 1826, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 36. Apparently discharged at end of enlistment in Dec 1862. Reenlisted at Dill's Bluff, James Island, SC, 18 Sep 1863. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. d. 22 May 1869, Lexington Co., SC. m. Sarah E. LEAPHART.

(DRAFTS, Jefferson Luther (18381904): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 10 Jul 1838, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 23. WIA (gunshot in face) Trevilian Station, VA, 11 Jun 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 2 Nov 1864. Per pension records, discharged (i.e., paroled) at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. d. 4 Feb 1904, and buried at Mount Hebron Lutheran Church, West Columbia, SC. m. Pauline Catherine BUFF, 22 Jul 1861; she filed for a Confederate widow's pension at Lexington, SC, 24 Mar 1924. Brother of Daniel Irvin George Michael, Henry Elias, Jacob Franklin, and Samuel Patrick DRAFTS.

DRAFTS, Samuel Patrick (18461919): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 13 Sep 1846, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted near Petersburg, VA, 17 Sep 1864, age 18. Post-war, county sheriff and veterinary surgeon in Lexington Co., SC. d. 27 Jul 1919, and buried at St. James Lutheran Church, Leesville, SC. m. Almena Sedecie LEWIE, 9 Nov 1865. Brother of Daniel Irvin, George Michael, Henry Elias, Jacob Franklin, and Jefferson Luther DRAFTS.

DRAKE, Charles C.: 1MM/J, 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1828, Wrentham, MA. Occupation: dry goods merchant. 5' 8" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 6 Nov 1861. Reenlisted for Confederate service at Charleston, SC, 13 Mar 1862, age 32. Furnished a substitute (T. G. RAVEN) JunAug 1862, and then rejoined the company. Furnished another substitute (F. HARRISON), 22 Feb 1863, and discharged at Green Pond, SC, 13 March 1863. Dry goods merchant in Bridgeport, CT, in 1880. d. bef. 1897.

(DREHER, Edwin James (18331907): 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 25 Oct 1833, Lexington Dist., SC. Trans. from Co. C, 20th SC Infantry, 13 Sep 1863. Capt. near Fayetteville, NC, 9 Mar 1865. Sent to Point Lookout, MD, and released, 6 Jun 1865. Post-war, teacher in Lexington, SC. d. 19 Jun 1907, and buried at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC. m. Elizabeth Janie GEORGE; she applied for a Confederate widow's pension at Lexington, SC, 10 Apr 1919.

(DREHER, John H. (18441863): 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 10 Nov 1844. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 25 Feb 1863, age 18. DOD (fever) at McClellanville, SC, 5 Jul 1863, and buried at Macedonia Lutheran Church, Prosperity, SC.

DRIGGERS, Punch B. (18331920): 14/A, 5/H, DBN/BPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. 4 Mar 1833. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, age 28. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Per pension records, discharged (i.e., paroled) at Greensboro, NC, 2 May 1865. Post-war, farmer in Clarendon Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Manning, SC, 4 Oct 1919. d. 8 Nov 1920. Elizabeth DRIGGERS of Manning, SC, applied for a Confederate widow's pension based on his service, 8 Jan 1921. Brother of Shadrach H. DRIGGERS.

(DRIGGERS, Shadrach ("Shade") H.: 14/A. 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. Apr 1837, Sumter Dist., SC. Residence: Packsville, SC. 6' 1" tall, dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, age 25. WIA (gunshot in head and face) at Chester Station, VA, 10 May 1864, resulting in loss of right ear and partial paralysis of right arm. Discharged for disability at Bellfield, VA, 23 Dec 1864. Farming in Clarendon Co., SC, in 1900. Brother of Punch B. DRIGGERS.

DROSE, Edward A. (1841?1878): 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1841, St. James Goose Creek Parish, Charleston Dist., SC. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, [age 21]. Last reported on 31 Oct 1864, as detached to horse infirmary at Lynchburg, VA, since Jul 1864. Post-war, farmer in Berkeley Co., SC. d. 21 Oct 1878, Berkeley Co., SC. m. Alice DRIGGERS. Brother of Francis M. DROSE.

DROSE (DROZE), Francis ("Frank") M. (18431923): 17/C, 5/B, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 1 Jun 1843. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 19. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Per pension records, discharged (i.e., paroled) at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, farmer and minister in Berkeley Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Summerville, SC, 10 Oct 1919. d. 14 May 1923, Berkeley Co., SC. Brother of Edward A. DROSE.

(DUBOSE, William C. (1825?1864): 17/B, 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1825. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 27 Mar 1862, age 37. Tran. to Co. E, 7th (Enfield Rifles) Bn. SC Infantry, abt. 29 Feb 1864. KIA while on picket at Cold Harbor, VA, 6 Jun 1864.

DUC, Francis Henry (1836?1884): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1836, Bordeaux, France. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: tinsmith. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 28 Feb 1862, age 26. Detached to Medical Purveyor's Dept., Columbia, SC, 22 May 1862, and remained there for rest of war. Post-war, tinsmith in Charleston, SC. d. 10 Mar 1884, Charleston, SC. m. Sedonie Bertha DUTRIEUX, 18 Nov 1859.

(DUKES, Abraham Samuel (18441862): 14/BPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 20 Aug 1844, Cattle Creek, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Enlisted at McPhersonville, SC, 19 Aug 1862, age 19. KIA at Pocotaligo, SC, 22 Oct 1862, and buried in family cemetery at Cattle Creek, SC. Brother of John Gramling and Thomas Edmund DUKES.

DUKES, George H.: 14/A, 5/H, DBN/BPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. Jan 1843. Residence: Wright's Bluff, SC. 5' 6" tall, dark complexion, black hair, black eyes. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 31 May 1862, age 19. Discharged for disability (tuberculosis), abt. 18 Sep 1862. Reenlisted at Charleston, SC, 13 May 1863, and detailed as company ORS. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Farming in Clarendon Co., SC, in 1910.

DUKES, John Gramling (18351867): 14/B, 5/A, DBN/BCPL, Orangeburg Dist. b. 16 Jan 1835, Cattle Creek, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 27, and appt. CPL. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Per "Memory Rolls," surrendered [at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr] 1865. d. 5 Sep 1867 (typhoid fever), and buried in family cemetery at Cattle Creek, SC. m. Julia Mildred SMOAK. Brother of Abraham Samuel and Thomas Edmund DUKES.

((DUKES, John Henry (18341917): 14/D, 5/ASGT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 10 Jan 1834, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 28, and appt. CPL. Reported as SGT, 31 Aug 1862. WIA (arm, severely) and capt. at Monroe's Crossroads, NC, 10 Mar 1865. Post-war, state legislator and sheriff of Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 13 Dec 1917, Orangeburg, SC, and buried there in Sunnyside Cemetery. m. Sophia Janette JOHNSON, 17 Sep 1857.

(DUKES, Thomas Edmund, IV (18361904): 14/B. 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 23 Sep 1836, Cattle Creek, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 25. WIA (gunshot in left leg) at Haws' Shop, VA, 28 May 1864. Trans. to Orangeburg, SC, from Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, 3 Jun 1864. Per "Memory Rolls," surrendered [at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr] 1865. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 24 Feb 1904, Orangeburg Co., SC, and buried in Bruce-Dukes Cemetery, near Rowesville, SC. m. Emma Caroline WHETSELL, 6 Feb 1868. Brother of Abraham Samuel and John Gramling DUKES.

DUNNING, John J.: 1MM/J, 17/ACPL, Charleston Dist. Residence: Charleston, SC. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 6 Nov 1861. Appt. CPL, 30 Jan 1862. Reenlisted in Confederate service at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 20. Furnished a substitute (C. H. MARRIOTT), 4 Dec 1862, and discharged. d. bef. 1897. Brother of Peter F. DUNNING.

DUNNING, Peter F.: 1MM/J, 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. Residence: Charleston, SC. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 25 Jan 1862. Reenlisted in Confederate service at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 18, and furnished a substitute (Edward S. CALVITT). d. bef. 1897. Brother of John J. DUNNING.

(DUNOVANT, John (18251864): 5/FSCOL, Chester Dist. b. 5 Mar 1825, Chester Dist., SC. Appt. CPT, 10th US Infantry, 1855; resigned Dec 1860. Appt. MAJ, 1st SC Regular Infantry, 11 Apr 1861; appt. COL, 22 Jul 1861. Dismissed from service (probably for drunkeness), 8 Nov 1862. Appt. COL, 5th SC Cavalry, 28 Jul 1863, age 38. Appt. BG, 22 Aug 1864. KIA at Vaughan Road, VA, 1 Oct 1864, and buried in Dunovant Family Cemetery, near Chester, SC.

(DUNSBEE, George W. (18411917): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. Oct 1841, Birmingham, England; emigrated to U.S. in 1855. 5' 4" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, occupation: clerk. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 3 Mar 1862, age 20. WIA (shrapnel in left leg) at Swift Creek, VA, 12 May 1864. Last reported absent wounded in 1st LA Hospital, Charleston, SC, 31 Dec 1864. Post-war, clerk and bill collector in Charleston, SC. d. 16 Feb 1917, Charleston Co., SC.

DU PREE, Lafayette: SJMR, 5/EPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1815, NC. Residence: South Santee Ferry, Charleston Dist., SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Mount Pleasant, SC, 14 Oct 1862, [age 47], as substitute for R. H. SELBY. Last reported present, 30 Apr 1863.

DURANT, Daniel (18371920): SJMR, 5/EPVT, Georgetown Dist. b. 27 Feb 1837, Sampit, SC. Enlisted at McClellanville, SC, 17 Mar 1862, age 25. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, Methodist minister. d. 17 Sep 1920 (Bright's disease), Johnsonville, Florence Co., SC, and buried there in Durant Cemetery. m1. Telessa Jane ALTMAN, 25 Dec 1860; m2. Mary Emma MERCER, 20 Jun 1872; m3. Margarita Getha POSTON, 19 Jul 1900; m4. Susie Rachel THOMPSON, 16 Jul 1905. Brother of Thomas and William DURANT.

DURANT, Thomas: SJMR, 5/E, DBN/BPVT, Georgetown Dist. b. Jul 1834, Sampit, SC. Enlisted at McClellanville, SC, 17 Mar 1862, age 27. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Reported present with company, 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Farming in Georgetown Co., SC, in 1900. Buried at Beulah Methodist Church, Georgetown Co., SC. Brother of Daniel and William DURANT.

(DURANT, William: SJMR, 5/EPVT, Georgetown Dist. b. Sep 1841, Sampit, SC. Residence: Sampit, SC. Enlisted at McClellanville, SC, 17 Mar 1862, age 21. WIA (gunshot in right leg) at Chester Station, VA, 10 May 1864. Last reported admitted to General Hospital No. 11, Charlotte, NC, with icterus, 12 Apr 1865. Per family tradition, walked home from NC after the surrender in April 1865. Farming in Georgetown Co., SC, in 1900. Buried at Beulah Methodist Church, Georgetown Co., SC. Brother of Daniel and Thomas DURANT.

DUVAL, Wilfred G.: 17/A, 5/D, 5/FSPVT, Charleston, Dist. 5' 3" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, occupation: watchmaker. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 14 Apr 1862, age 24. Detailed as regimental bugler, May 1864. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Watchmaker in Charleston, SC, in 1870. d. bef. 1897.

((DYSON, James E. (1841?1864), 14/A, 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1841. Residence: Manning, SC. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, age 21. WIA (gunshot in right leg) at Burgess' Mill, VA, 27 Oct 1864. DOW in hospital at Petersburg, VA, 12 Nov 1864, and buried at Old Blandford Church, Petersburg, VA. m. Frances E. DAVIS, 1861. Brother of John J. DYSON.

DYSON, John J.: 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. 1839. Residence: Manning, SC. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 21 Feb 1863, age 24. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Farming at Sammy Swamp, Clarendon Co., SC, in 1880. Brother of James E. DYSON.

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