5th South Carolina Cavalry Regiment
Surname W

WAGNER, Louis J.: 17/C, 5/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1840, AL. Residence: Charleston, SC; occupation: machinist. Enlisted at Camp Gist, James Island, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 22. Detached to Wilmington & Manchester RR, 18 Sep 1863, and last reported as same, 31 Oct 1864. RR engineer in Jackson, TN in 1880.

WALKER, Benjamin A. (1828?1897): 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1828. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Oct 1863, [age 35]. Detailed as regimental commissary, Apr 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, grocer in Manning, SC. d. 1897, Manning, SC. m1. Frances Evelyn JUNE.

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

WALKER, James: SJMR, 5/E, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. Enlisted at Santee, SC, 25 Mar 1862. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Reported present with company, 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864.

WALKER, James A. (18451914): 5/IPVT, Barnwell Dist. b. Jul 1845, Barnwell Dist., SC. 5' 8" tall, light complexion, light hair, grey eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 21 Feb 1863, age 18. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864. Post-war, grocer in Bamberg, SC. d. 25 Aug 1914. Susan WALKER of Denmark, SC, applied for a Confederate widow's pension based on his service, 11 Oct 1919.

WALKER, Landon M. E.: HCC, 5/K, DBN/BPVT, Union Dist. b. abt. 1845. Residence: Hobbyville, Spartanburg Dist., SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 17. Last reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. d. bef. 1897.

WALKER, Robert S.: 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1839. 5' 8" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, light eyes, occupation: mechanic. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 25 Feb 1862, age 23. Last reported on 31 Dec 1864, as detached to Charleston & Savannah RR since Mar 1863. Post-war, machinist in Charleston, SC. d. bef. 1897.

WALKER, William M.: HCC, 5/KPVT, York Dist. b. abt. 1825, Chester Dist., SC. Residence: Yorkville, SC; occupation: dentist. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, [age 37]. Detached to regimental QM, 7 Jul 1864, and later served as division blacksmith. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, dentist in York, SC. Living in 1897.

(WALTZ (WATTS), Shadrack S. (18381864): 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 1838, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 8 Dec 1863, age 25. KIA at Atlee's Station, VA, 29 May 1864.

(WANNAMAKER, Adam H.: 14/B, 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. Dec 1829. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 30. WIA at Pocotaligo, SC, 22 Oct 1862. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. Living in Bowman, SC, in 1928.

WANNAMAKER, David E. (18431933): 14/B, 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 1 Apr 1843. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 18. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Applied for a Confederate pension at Bowman, SC, 18 Apr 1919. d. 19 Aug 1933, and buried at Ebenezer UMC, Bowman, SC.

WANNAMAKER (WANAMAKER), Frederick John (18361912): 5/A, DBN/BPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 1 Aug 1836, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Enlisted as conscript at Pocotaligo, SC, 16 Mar 1863, age 27. Detached to Dismounted Bn., 15 Aug 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Moved to FL in 1874. Applied for a Confederate pension at Fannin, Levy Co., FL, 6 Jan 1902. d. 5 Sep 1912, Hillsborough Co., FL. m. Eliza J. FELDER, Sep 1873; she applied for Confederate widow's pension at West Tampa, FL, 25 Sep 1912.

WANNAMAKER, James Robert ("Rob") (18401921): 14/B, 5/A, DBN/BPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 28 June 1840. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 25 Dec 1861, age 21. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Reported absent sick in hospital, 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Per "Memory Rolls," surrendered [at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr] 1865. Applied for a Confederate pension at Bowman, SC, 18 Apr 1919. d. 30 May 1921, and buried at Ebenezer UMC, Bowman, SC. Lenora WANNAMAKER of Bowman, SC, applied for a Confederate widow's pension based on his service, 11 Aug 1922.

WANNAMAKER (WANAMAKER), W. W.: 14/B, 5AB2LT, Orangeburg Dist. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, and appt. B2LT. Served as battalion QM. Resigned due to disability (chronic bladder and kidney disease), 23 Mar 1863.

WARD, John William: 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1842. 5' 5" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, occupation: clerk. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 19. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war, clerk in Charleston, SC. d. bef. 1897.

WARD, Philip: 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1846. 5' 7" tall, dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 1 Jan 1864, [age 18]. Trans. to Co. I, 23d SC Infantry, 18 Feb 1864. Capt. at Petersburg, VA, 5 Apr 1865. Sent to Point Lookout, MD, and released, 22 Jun 1865. Farming in Clarendon Co., SC, in 1880.

(WARD, Wade: 14/APVT, Clarendon Dist. Enlisted at McPhersonville, SC, 2 May 1862. DOD (fever) in hospital at McPhersonville, SC, 20 Jun 1862.

WARNER, Joel C.: 17/A, 5/DPVT, Colleton Dist. b. Jan 1837. 6' 2" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, occupation: planter. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 23. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Farming in Dorchester Co., SC in 1900.

WARREN, George Lawrence (18451928): 5/C, DBN/BPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 10 Feb 1845, St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 1 Apr 1863, age 18. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Colleton Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Williams, SC, 12 Sep 1919. d. 6 Mar 1928, and buried in Warren-Key Family Cemetery near Williams, SC. m. Rebecca BELL, abt. 1866. Brother of Thomas Jefferson WARREN.

WARREN, Thomas Jefferson ("Jeff") (18431899): 17/D, 5/C, DBN/BPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 30 May 1843, St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 1 Dec 1862, age 19. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, lawyer in Hampton Co., SC. d. 2 Feb 1899, Colleton Co., SC, and buried in Warren-Key Family Cemetery near Williams, SC. m1. Mary ("Babe") WILLIAMS; m2. Clara RIZER. Brother of George Lawrence WARREN.

WATERS, Henry Chiswell (18221900): HCC, 5/KPVT, Union Dist. b. Nov 1822, Spartanburg Dist., SC. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 40. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in MS. d. 6 Nov 1900, Union Co., MS, and buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Lee Co., MS. m. Louisa Jane MONTJOY, 1 Dec 1852.

WATSON, David Milton: 14/D, 5/I, DBN/BPVT, Barnwell Dist. Enlisted at Binnaker's Bridge, Barnwell Dist., SC, 28 Dec 1861, age 17. Discharged for underage at end of enlistment, 20 Dec 1862. Reenlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 22 Apr 1863. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Living in 1897.

WATSON, Henry B.: 5/DPVT, Edgefield Dist. b. abt. 1844. 5' 8" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, grey eyes, occupation: student. Trans. from Co. K, 2d SC Artillery, 1 Sep 1863. Paroled at Augusta, GA, 31 May 1865. Living in 1897.

WATSON, James Henry: 5/H, DBN/BPVT, Sumter Dist. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 4 Mar 1863, age 17. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post-war, deputy sheriff in Sumter Co., SC. Living in 1891.

WAY, Madison Parler (18261896): 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 24 Dec 1826, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Trans. from Co. E, 1st SC Cavalry, 26 Mar 1863. Granted a 30-day medical furlough for rheumatism at Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, 28 Jul 1864. Furlough extended 30 days, 15 Oct 1864. Per "Memory Rolls," surrendered [at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr] 1865. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 10 May 1896, and buried at Jerusalem Methodist Church, near Elloree, SC. m1. Jane Etta BOOKHART; m2. Elizabeth MAHONEY. Brother-in-law of William John BOOKHART.

WAY, T. Adams: 14/B, 5/APVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1837. Residence: Friendship, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, [age 25]. Furnished a substitute (Chester W. FELDER) and discharged, [5] Jun 1862. Reenlisted, 23 Oct 1862. Furnished a substitute (John PACK) and discharged, 12 Feb 1863. Chairman of Clarendon County Board of Commissioners in 1891. d. bef. 1900.

WEATHERS, Philip: SJMR, 5/EPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. b. abt. 1841. Enlisted at Santee, SC, 5 Apr 1862, [age 23]. Last reported on 31 Oct 1864, as absent sick in hospital at Danville, VA. Turpentine manufacturer at St. Stephens, SC, in 1880.

WEATHERS (WETHERS), Pinckney Marion (18391907): 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 10 Jan 1839, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Trans. from Co. B, 20th SC Infantry, 16 Sep 1863. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. d. 10 Nov 1907, and buried at Ebenezer UMC (which he helped build) near Bowman, SC. m1. Lauretta Carn WHETSELL, 1865. m2. Delila TRAXLER; she applied for a Confederate widow's pension at Bowman, SC, 24 Feb 1923.

WEBB, Thomas J.: 17/B, 5/GPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. b. abt. 1840, NC. 5' 8" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 22. Detached to Charleston Mercury newspaper, 3 Dec 186231 Oct 1864. Paroled at Charleston, SC, 15 Mar 1865.

(WEBSTER, John Robert (18451926): 5/KPVT, Union Dist. b. 12 Jun 1845. Enlisted at Kenansville, NC, 14 Aug 1863, age 18. Capt. at Stoney Creek, VA, 1 Dec 1864. Sent to Point Lookout, MD, and exchanged at Aiken's Landing, VA, 12 Feb 1865. Received at Camp Lee, Richmond, VA, 17 Feb 1865. Farming at Braytonville, SC, in 1880. Postmaster at Cowpens, SC, in 1900. Applied for a Confederate pension at Cowpens, SC, 17 Sep 1919. d. 16 Nov 1926, Spartanburg Co., SC.

(WEIMAR (WEIMER), Daniel (18461915): 5/DPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 9 Oct 1846, Orangeburg Dist., SC; family moved to Alachua Co., FL, in 1850. 5' 4" tall, dark complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes, occupation: student. Enlisted at Green Pond, SC, 27 Jan 1863, age 17. Previously served in Co. I, 1st FL Cavalry. Trans. to Co. I, 2d SC Infantry, 14 Jan 1864, in exchange with Frank W. STOCKER. Capt. at Bentonville, NC, 19 Mar 1865. Sent to Point Lookout, MD, and released, 28 Jun 1865. Post-war, returned to SC, and then moved back to FL in 1891. Applied for a Confederate pension at Fernandina, FL, 1 Apr 1908. d. 10 Apr 1915, Nassau Co., FL. Mary C. Wingard WEIMAR of Fernandina, FL, applied for a Confederate widow's pension based on his service, 5 May 1915.

WEIMER, Jacob D. D. (18301898): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Orangeburg Dist., b. 7 Apr 1830, Orangeburg Dist., SC. 5' 10" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, occupation: merchant. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Mar 1862, age 33. Reported AWOL, 16 Sep31 Dec 1864. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. d. 20 Mar 1898, Orangeburg Co., SC. m. Jane Martha WAY.

WELBOURNE (see WILBURN).

WELCH (WELSH), Edward B.: 5/G, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 1 Feb 1863. Last reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864.

WELCH, James E.: SJMR, 5/E, DBN/BPVT, Georgetown Dist. Enlisted at Santee, SC, 17 Mar 1862. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864.

WELCH, John: 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1843 (age 19). Listed in "Memory Rolls," but no other record of service found.

WELLS, William Richard (18451894): 5/H, DBN/BPVT, Sumter Dist. b. 31 May 1845, Sumter Dist., SC. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 27 Jul 1863, age 18. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Sumter Co., SC. d. 31 Dec 1894, Sumter, SC, and buried in Wells Family Cemetery near Privateer, Sumter Co., SC. m. Eliza Mary MELLICHAMP, 16 Apr 1868.

WELLS, W. S.: 14/APVT. Listed on muster roll, dated 2 Jan 1862, but no further record of service found. Not recorded in "Memory Rolls."

WERTHEIM (WERTHEIMER), Berthold: 17/BPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. b. abt. 1844, Prussia. 5' 6" tall, fair complexion, black hair, hazel eyes, occupation: clerk. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 18. Trans. to Co. G (German Hussars), 3d SC Cavalry, 1 Aug 1862. Discharged as foreign national, 5 Apr 1863.

(WESSINGER, James Luther: 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. abt. 1840. Residence: Dutch Fork, SC. 5' 101?4" tall, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 19 Dec 1861, age 21. Discharged for disability, 26 May 1862. Reenlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 23 Feb 1863. Capt. at Stoney Creek, VA, 1 Dec 1864. Sent to Point Lookout, MD, and released, 21 Jun 1865. Store clerk in Columbia, SC, in 1880. Buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Columbia, SC. Son of George and Leah Taylor WESSINGER.

WEST, Noel (18301897): 17/B, 5/GPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. b. 21 May 1830. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 10 Mar 1862, age 31. Reported AWOL, 26 May 1863. Convicted of desertion by court-martial, 11 Dec 1863, and sentenced to death. Escaped from confinement at James Island, SC, 9 Feb 1864. No further record of service found. Post-war, planter in Charleston Co., SC. d. 27 Feb 1897. m. Celia Ann BALLENTINE, 20 Feb 1859.

(WESTENDORFF, Marion A. (18401865): 1MM/J, 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 1840, Charleston, SC. 5' 9" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, occupation: clerk. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 18 Jan 1862. Reenlisted in Confederate service at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 21. Detailed as bugler. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. DOD in Charleston, SC, 1 Jun 1865.

WHALEY, George Washington ("Judge") (18381930): 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 3 May 1838, Goose Creek Parish, Charleston Dist., SC. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 15 Jan 1864, age 25. WIA (gunshot in neck) at Trevilian Station, VA, 11?12 Jun 1864. Last reported MIA near Fayetteville, NC, 9 Mar 1865. Post-war, farmer in Berkeley Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Charleston, SC, 14 Oct 1919. d. 15 Jul 1930, Summerville, SC, and buried at White Meeting House, Dorchester Co., SC. m. Mary Jane HEAPE.

WHEELER, George R.: 17/BPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. b. abt. 1818. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 1 Apr 1862, age 44. No further record of service found. Probably discharged for overage.

WHETSELL (WHETSEL), David Carlisle (18291906): 5/APVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 1 Sep 1829, Orangeburg Dist., SC. Enlisted at Columbia, SC, 26 Jan 1864, age 36. Last recorded present, 31 Oct 1864. Per "Memory Rolls," surrendered [at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr] 1865. d. 20 May 1906, and buried at Reevesville Methodist Church, Reevesville, SC. m. Laurie Ammer CARN, 1 Mar 1852. Brother of John Martin WHETSEL.

WHETSELL (WHETSEL, WHITSELL), John Martin (18431925): 5/A, DBN/BPVT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 11 Mar 1843. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 31 Jan 1863, age 19. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Reported present with company, 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 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 Bowman, SC, 18 Apr 1919. d. 15 Nov 1925, Orangeburg Co., SC, and buried at Ebenezer UMC, Bowman, SC. m1. Elizabeth C. DURR, 1865; m2. Margaret A. EASTERLING. Brother of David Carlisle WHETSEL.

WHETSELL (WETZEL), John W. (18321883): 17/APVT, Colleton Dist. b. 25 May 1832. Residence: St. George's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC. 5' 9" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, occupation: planter. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 5 May 1862, age 30. Furnished a substitute (John H. AIRS), 15 Jan 1863. Enlisted in Co. G, 11th SC Infantry, at James Island, SC, 1 Feb 1864. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1864. Post-war, farmer in Colleton Co., SC. d. 20 Aug 1883, and buried at Indian Field UMC, St. George, SC.

(WHETSELL, Josiah M. (1825?1864): 5/DPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1825. Residence: St. George's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC; occupation: farmer. 5' 10" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, grey eyes, occupation: planter. Enlisted at Green Pond, SC, 6 Feb 1863, age 38. DOD (dysentery) at Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, 15 Jul 1864.

WHETSTONE, John: 14/DPVT, [Barnwell Dist.]. b. abt. 1838. Enlisted at Binnaker's Bridge, Barnwell Dist., SC, 28 Dec 1861, age 23. Last reported present, 31 Dec 1862.

(WHETSTONE, John C. (18371926): 14/DB2LT, 5/I2LT, [Orangeburg Dist.]. b. 11 Nov 1837. Enlisted at McPhersonville, SC, 13 May 1862, age 25, and appt. B2LT. Previously served in Tupper's Co. (Vigilant Rifles) 1st SC Militia Artillery. Appt. 2LT, 17 Feb 1863. WIA (gunshot in left foot) at Haws' Shop, VA, 28 May 1864. Last reported as absent wounded, 31 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Orangeburg Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Rowesville, SC, 18 Sep 1919. d. 9 Jun 1926, Orangeburg Co., SC. m. Malvina COLSON. Son of John Myers WHETSTONE.

WHETSTONE, John Myers (18091870): 14/D2LT, Orangeburg Dist. b. 15 Dec 1809, St. Matthews, SC. Enlisted at Binnaker's Bridge, Barnwell Dist., SC, 28 Dec 1861, age 52, and appt. 2LT. Not reelected at reorganization, 13 May 1862, and resigned. d. 22 Jul 1870, Midway, SC. m. Mary Elizabeth BICKLEY. Father of John C. WHETSTONE.

((WHILDEN, Louis Augustus (18321864): SJMR, 5/ECPT, Charleston Dist. Enlisted at Santee, SC, 30 Oct 1861, age 31. Appt. CPT, 30 Oct 1862. WIA (gunshot) at Drewry's Bluff, VA, 16 May 1864. DOW at Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, VA, 4 Aug 1864, and buried in Old Wappetaw Congregational Church Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, SC. m. Sarah Claudia MORRISON, 22 Dec 1857. Brother of Washington White WHILDEN, and cousin of William Henry WHILDEN.

WHILDEN, Washington ("Wash") White (18341886): 17/A, 5/DSGT, Charleston Dist. b. 24 Dec 1834, Mount Pleasant, SC. 5' 8" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, occupation: clerk. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 26, and appt. CPL. Appt. SGT, 16 May 1862. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war, drayman in Charleston, SC. d. 5 Dec 1886, Charleston, SC, and buried there in Magnolia Cemetery. Brother of Louis Augustus WHILDEN, and third cousin of William Henry WHILDEN.

WHILDEN, William Henry (18271884): 17/APVT, 5/DCPL, Charleston Dist. b. 27 Dec 1827, Mount Pleasant, SC. 5' 9" tall, fair complexion, dark hair, light eyes, occupation: planter in Christ Church Parish. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 19 Mar 1862, age 35. Reported as CPL, 21 Jan 1863. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war, storekeeper in Jacksonboro, SC. DOD (complications of influenza) at Jacksonboro, SC, 16 Apr 1884, and buried there at Bethel (White) Presbyterian Church. m. Sarah Ansley CAPERS, 24 Dec 1857. Cousin of Louis Augustus and Washington White WHILDEN. Brother-in-law of John MARSHALL, Jr.

(WHILEY, Thomas (1826?1864): 17/B, 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1826. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 30. Previously served in Chichester's Co. (Charleston Zouave Cadets), 1st (Branch's) SC Militia Rifles. Declared unfit for field service by Medical Examining Board due to chronic rheumatism, and assigned to light duty with QM Dept. at Charleston, SC, 17 Aug 1864. DOD (probably yellow fever)] at Charleston, SC, 3 Oct 1864, and buried there in Magnolia Cemetery.

WHITE, Anthony, Jr.: 14/A, 5/HPVT, Sumter Dist. Enlisted at Sumter, SC, 22 Mar 1862. Detailed as battalion and later regimental clerk. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864.

WHITE, Eliab John (18341889): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 1834, Chehaw, SC. 5' 6" tall, light complexion, light hair, light eyes, occupation: clerk. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 27. Previously served as 2LT in Chichester's Co. (Charleston Zouave Cadets), 1st (Branch's) SC Militia Rifles. Declared unfit for field service due to chronic dysentery, 1863. Detached to Post Office Dept. at Charleston, SC, and served as route agent on Charleston & Savannah RR through end of war. Post-war, streetcar conductor in Charleston, SC. Brother of Samuel Asbury WHITE.

(WHITE, James: 17/D, 5/CPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862. Admitted to Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA with gunshot in left leg, 9 Jun 1864. Granted a 30-day medical furlough, 13 Jul 1864. Last reported AWOL, 25 Oct 1864.

WHITE, James R.: 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1837. Trans. from Co. I, 23d SC Infantry, 17 May 1863. Admitted to General Hospital No. 9, Richmond, VA, 1 Apr 1865; returned to duty, 2 Apr 1865. Brother of McCauley J. and Robert P. WHITE.

WHITE, McCauley ("Mack") J.: 14/ACPL, 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1825. Residence: Packsville, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, age 37, and appt. CPL. Discharged in 1862. Reenlisted as conscript at Columbia, SC, 28 Sep 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Brother of James R. and Robert P. WHITE.

WHITE, Robert P.: 5/HPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1829. 5' 8" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 21 Feb 1863, age 34. Discharged for disability (spinal disease and "fever delerium"), 22 Jan 1864. Brother of James R. and McCauley J. WHITE.

WHITE, Samuel Asbury (18411901): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 1841, Chehaw, SC. 5' 10" tall, light complexion, light hair, blue eyes, occupation: clerk. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 25 Feb 1862, age 20. Previously served in Chichester's Co. (Charleston Zouave Cadets), 1st (Branch's) SC Militia Rifles. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war dentist in Charleston, SC, and Savannah, GA. d. 29 Apr 1901, Savannah, GA. Brother of Eliab John WHITE.

WHITESIDES, Benjamin John: 5/EPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1844. Residence: Christ Church Parish, Charleston Dist., SC. Enlisted at Mount Pleasant, SC, 8 Mar 1863, age 19. Admitted to Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, with catarrh, 2 Jun 1864. Last reported on 31 Oct 1864, as absent on sick furlough. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Farming in Charleston Co., SC, in 1870.

WHITMIRE, Kindred Calhoun ("Callie") (18451924): 5/KPVT, Union Dist. b. 21 Jul 1845, Union Dist., SC. Enlisted at Kenansville, NC, 29 Jul 1863, age 17. Last reported MIA at Bentonville, NC, 21 Mar 1865. Post-war, farmer in Union Co., SC. Applied for a Confederate pension at Cross Keys, SC, 11 Oct 1919. d. 24 Sep 1924, Union, SC, and buried at Padgett's Creek Baptist Church, Union Co., SC. m. Medorah Evelyn GORE, 12 Jan 1869. Brother of William Bobo WHITMIRE.

((WHITMIRE, William Bobo (18441864): 5/KPVT, Union Dist. b. 19 Apr 1844, Union Dist., SC. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 2 May 1863, age 19. WIA (gunshot in head) at Trevilian Station, VA, 11 Jun 1864. DOW at General Hospital, Charlottesville, VA, 25 Jun 1864. Brother of Kindred Calhoun WHITMIRE.

(WHITNEY, Henry Frost (18421864): 17/APVT, Charleston Dist. b. 1842, Charleston, SC. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 12 Feb 1862, age 20. Previously served in Chichester's Co. (Charleston Zouave Cadets), 1st (Branch's) SC Militia Rifles. Trans. to Trenholm's Co. (Rutledge Mounted Riflemen) SC Cavalry, 1 Oct 1862, in exchange with William H. KENNEDY. KIA at Riddle's Shop, VA, 13 Jun 1864.

WHITSELL (see WHETSEL).

WHITTAKER, Robert L.: HCCPVT. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, and furnished a substitute (Abram LEMASTER). Living in 1897.

WICHMAN (WICKMAN), Albert (18301909): 1MM/JPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 21 May 1830, Prussia. Performed sentry and scouting duties 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. Post-war, merchant in Walterboro, SC. d. 12 Apr 1909, and buried in Live Oak Cemetery, Walterboro, SC. m. Margaret Amanda BRADFORD.

WIGGINS, James B., M.D.: 17/APVT, Charleston Dist. b. May 1832. Residence: St. James Goose Creek Parish, Charleston Dist., SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 30. Appt. ASG, 4 Dec 1862, with date of rank from 29 Aug 1862, and trans. to 47th GA Infantry. Last reported present, 31 Oct 1863. Farming in Berkeley Co., SC, in 1900.

WIGGINS, John J. (18461913): 5/G, DBN/BPVT, Georgetown Dist. b. Jun 1846. Residence: Roadville, SC. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 31 Jan 1863, age 17. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Per pension records, discharged at Columbia, SC, 1865. Post-war, farmer in Berkeley and Orangeburg Cos., SC. d. 7 May 1913. Julia J. WIGGINS of Holly Hill, Orangeburg Co., SC, applied for a Confederate widow's pension based on his service, 16 Sep 1919.

(WIGGINS, Thomas (18311907?): SJMR, 5/EPVT, Georgetown Dist. b. Jun 1831. 6' 3?4" tall, dark complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Enlisted at Santee, SC, 17 Mar 1862, age 31. Capt. at Stoney Creek, VA, 1 Dec 1864. Sent to Point Lookout, MD, and released, 22 Jun 1865. Post-war, farmer in Georgetown Co., SC. d. abt. 1907. Sarah Ann WIGGINS of Sampit, Georgetown Co., SC, applied for a Confederate widow's pension based on his service, 17 Oct 1919.

WIGHTMAN, William Selleck (18381910): 17/A, 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 17 Mar 1838, Charleston, SC. 5' 5" tall, light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, occupation: clerk. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 21. Discharged for disability (tuberculosis), 21 Jul 1864. Post-war, wholesale grocer in Jacksonville, FL. d. 19 Jan 1910.

((WILBURN (WELBOURNE), Monroe W. (18441864): HCCCPL, 5/KPVT, Union Dist. b. 4 Jul 1844. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 18, and appt. CPL. Reduced to PVT, 20 Mar 1864. WIA (severely) at Trevilian Station, VA, 11 Jun 1864. DOD (pymia) at General Hospital, Charlottesville, VA, 15 Jul 1864. Prob. brother of Thomas WILBURN.

WILBURN, Sanford (18441912): HCC, 5/K, DBN/BPVT, Union Dist. b. 4 Nov 1844, Union Dist., SC. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 19. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Reported present with company, 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Union Co., SC. d. 29 Jun 1912, Cedar Bluff, SC, and buried at Padgett's Creek Baptist Church, Union Co., SC. m. Fannie Lenora HARRISON, 1877.

WILBURN (WILBORN, WILBOURN), Thomas: 5/KPVT, Union Dist. Trans. from Co. C, 18th SC Infantry, 27 Jul 1864, in exchange with Jabez B. HUFF. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. d. bef. 1897. Prob. Brother of Monroe W. WILBURN.

WILLIAMS, Arthur M.: 1MM/J, 17/APVT, Charleston Dist. b. Jul 1838. Entered State service at Charleston, SC, 11 Dec 1861. Reenlisted in Confederate service at Charleston, SC, 17 Feb 1862, age 24. Discharged for disability, 26 Jul 1862. Bookkeeper in Charleston, SC, in 1900.

WILLIAMS, Calvin Knox (1825?1883): HCC, 5/KSGT, York Dist. b. abt. 1825, York Dist., SC. Residence: Sandersville, SC. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 36, and appt. SGT. Trans. to Co. K, 17th SC Infantry, 1 Nov 1863. Appt. 2LT, 16 Dec 1864, and paroled at Appomattox C.H., VA, 9 Apr 1865. Post-war, farmer in Union Co., SC. d. 1883. m. Jane Eliza Brown DUNOVANT.

WILLIAMS, D. L.: 14/B, 5/APVT, [Orangeburg Dist.]. b. abt. 1844. Enlisted at Orangeburg, SC, 24 Dec 1861, age 17. Discharged at James Island, SC, upon expiration of enlistment, 24 Dec 1862. Reenlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 22 Jan 1863. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Per "Memory Rolls," surrendered [at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr] 1865.

WILLIAMS, David R., M.D.: 5/HASG, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1825. Engaged by Confederate Army as a contract surgeon for troops at Mount Pleasant, SC, and served 5/H while it was stationed there, JulAug 1863. Physician in Christ Church Parish, Charleston Co., SC, in 1870.

WILLIAMS, D. W.: 5/FPVT. Paroled at Augusta, GA, 22 May 1865. No other record of service found. Not recorded in "Memory Rolls."

WILLIAMS, Frederic: 17/B, 5/GPVT, Beaufort Dist. b. abt. 1817. 5' 11" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 4 Mar 1862, age 45. Discharged for overage, 4 Mar 1863. Reenlisted at James Island, SC, 1 Nov 1863. Admitted to General Hospital, Danville, VA, with stricture urethra, 15 Dec 1864; returned to duty, 20 Dec 1864.

WILLIAMS, Harvey J.: HCCCPL, 5/KPVT, Union Dist. b. abt. 1826. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 36, and appt. CPL. Reported as PVT in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Farming in Union Co., SC, in 1870. d. bef. 1880.

WILLIAMS, Henry J.: 17/B, 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1840. Residence: Charleston, SC. Enlisted at James Island, SC, 1 Apr 1862, age 22. Trans. to Co. A, 25th SC Infantry, 12 Jan 1864, and then to Co. D, PBLA, 20 Feb 1864. Last reported detached to CS Navy, 25 Dec 1864.

WILLIAMS, J. K.: 17/B, 5/GPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1845. 5' 7" tall, light complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, age 17, as substitute for W. B. MCKEWN, 4 Apr 1862. Trans. to Co. B, 27th SC Infantry, 3 Feb 1864. Deserted to the enemy at Bermuda Hundred, VA, 1 Jun 1864.

(WILLIAMS, Jonathan Beatty (18451886): 5/KPVT, York Dist. b. 22 Mar 1845, York Dist., SC. Enlisted at Pocotaligo, SC, 11 Mar 1863, age 18. Admitted to Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, with gunshot in left arm, 17 Aug 1864. Last reported as granted a 30-day medical furlough, 4 Sep 1864. Post-war, lawyer in York, SC. d. 27 Nov 1886, York, SC, and buried in Rosehill Cemetery, York Co., SC. m. Mary Jane BARRON, 31 Mar 1869.

WILLIAMS, Thomas A.: 17/B, 5/GPVT. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 4 Mar 1862, age 27. Deserted to enemy while on picket at Battery Island, SC, 3 Jan 1864.

WILLIAMS, William D.: 14/A, 5/H, DBN/BPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1836. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, age 26. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Reported present with company, 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. d. bef. 1891.

WILLIAMSON, John B. (18421916): 5/KPVT, York Dist. b. Aug 1842. Trans. from Co. K, SC Palmetto Sharpshooters, 27 Nov 1863. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, school teacher in Sebastian Co., AR. d. 14 Apr 1916, Sebastian Co., AR.

(WILLIS, Alfred (1830?1864): 1MM/S, 17/DPVT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1830. Residence: St. Paul's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC; occupation: drover. Entered State service at Pocotaligo, SC, 12 Nov 1861. Trans. to home service, 24 Dec 1861. Discharged, 31 Jan 1862. Enlisted in Confederate service at at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 32, and provided an unidentified substitute, May 1862. Later served in Co. G, 11th SC Infantry. d. in hospital at Lake City, FL, 8 Mar 1864.

(WILLIS, Benjamin Godfrey (18421904): 17/DSGT, 5/CORD, Colleton Dist. b. 13 Feb 1842, Cottageville, SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 20. Reported as ORD, 30 Oct 1863. WIA (gunshot in left elbow) at Chester Station, VA, 10 May 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Colleton Co., SC. d. 2 Aug 1904, and buried in Cottageville Cemetery, Cottageville, SC. m. Carrie Sarah Havilla RISHER, 31 Dec 1863. Brother of Laurence Huggins, Robert Allen, and William Carol WILLIS.

WILLIS, C. N.: 5/CPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. Listed in "Memory Rolls," but no other record of service found.

WILLIS, Daniel: 1MM/S, 17/D, 5/C, DBN/BPVT, [Colleton Dist.]. 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 35, but apparently discharged for overage soon thereafter. Reenlisted at James Island, SC, 26 Nov 1863. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864.

WILLIS, Laurence Huggins (18451914): 17/D, 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 10 Oct 1845, Cottageville, SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 17. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Colleton Co., SC. d. 10 Jun 1914, and buried in Cottageville Cemetery, Cottageville, SC. m. Harriet Eleanor DANDRIDGE. Brother of Benjamin Godfrey, Robert Allen, and William Carol WILLIS.

WILLIS, Robert Allan (18361888): 17/D, 5/CB2LT, Colleton Dist. b. 11 Aug 1836, Cottageville, SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 25. Appt. B2LT, 2 Apr 1862. Elected ordinary (probate judge) of Colleton Dist., SC, 16 May 1864, and resigned commission, 19 Jul 1864. Post-war, farmer in Colleton Co., SC. d. 3 Sep 1888, and buried in Cottageville Cemetery, Cottageville, SC. Brother of Benjamin Godfrey, Laurence H., and William Carol WILLIS.

(WILLIS, William Carol (18421901): 17/D, 5/CPVT, Colleton Dist. b. 13 Feb 1842, Cottageville, SC. Enlisted at Chehaw (Green Pond), SC, 12 Mar 1862, age 20. WIA at Pocotaligo, SC, 22 Oct 1862. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, sawmill worker in Colleton Co., SC. d. 1 Oct 1901, and buried in Cottageville Cemetery Cottageville, SC. m. Johanna LARISEY. Brother of Benjamin Godfrey, Laurence H., and Robert Allen WILLIS.

(WILLIS, W. W.: 14/DSGT, Barnwell Dist. b. abt. 1836. Residence: Blackville, SC; occupation: planter. Enlisted at Binnaker's Bridge, Barnwell Dist., SC, 28 Dec 1861, [age 25], and appt. SGT. WIA (severely) at Pocotaligo, SC, 22 Oct 1862. Furnished a substitute (W. P. CAIN) and discharged, 17 Jan 1863. Farming at Williston, SC, in 1880.

WILSON, Thomas W.: 5/KPVT, Union Dist. Residence: Cross Keys, SC. Enlisted at Camp Badger, near Wilmington, NC, 14 Jan 1864, age 18. Last reported in General (Pettigrew) Hospital No. 13, Raleigh, NC, 9 Apr 1865. d. bef. 1897.

WINDHAM, Henry F.: 14/A, 5/H, DBN/BPVT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1833. Enlisted at Camp Hampton, Columbia, SC, 2 Jan 1862, [age 31]. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Williamsburg Co., SC. d. bef. 1891, Mount Zion, Clarendon Co., SC.

WINDHAM, J. Drake (18451908): 5/EPVT, Charleston Dist. b. Feb 1845, Charleston Dist., SC. Residence: South Santee, St. Stephen's Parish, Charleston Dist., SC. Enlisted at Mount Pleasant, SC, 14 Jul 1863, age 18. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Last reported AWOL, 24 Oct 1864. Post-war, farmer in Berkeley Co., SC. d. 31 Jan 1908, Berkeley Co., SC, and buried at Macedonia Christian Church, Berkeley Co., SC.

WINDHAM, John Mifflin (18461917): SJMR, 5/E, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 1846, Bonneau, SC. 5' 6" tall, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. Enlisted at Santee, SC, 22 Mar 1862, age 17. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Aug 1864. Reported present with company, 31 Oct 1864. Paroled at Charleston, SC, 31 Mar 1865. d. 7 May 1917, Charleston Co., SC.

WINGARD, George Jacob, Jr. (18431921): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 3 Aug 1843, Lexington Dist., SC. Residence: Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 18. 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, 2 Apr 1919. d. 9 Nov 1921, and buried at Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Lexington, Co., SC. m. Julia Merab CORLEY, 20 Nov 1873; she applied for a Confederate widow's pension at Lexington, SC, 13 Feb 1922.

(WINGARD, Job Franklin (18281915): 14/C2LT, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 11 Oct 1828, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 33, and appt. 2LT. Not reelected at reorganization, 13 May 1862, and resigned. Reenlisted as PVT at Pocotaligo, SC, 23 Feb 1863. Capt. at Trevilian Station, VA, 11 Jun 1864. Sent to Elmira, NY, and exchanged at James River, VA, 10 Mar 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. d. 17 Jul 1915, Lexington Co., SC, and buried in Wingard Family Cemetery (now under Lake Murray). m1. Martha Frances UNGER, 20 Feb 1853; m2. Ann UNGER, 1872.

WINGARD, Simon Peter (18291909): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 23 Feb 1829, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 32. Elected clerk of court for Lexington Dist., SC, 25 Dec 1863, and discharged, 2 Feb 1864. Post-war, farmer and probate judge in Lexington Co., SC. d. 22 Jun 1909, and buried at Stephen's Lutheran Church, Lexington, SC. m. Mary Ann Mariah WINGARD, 27 May 1858.

WINGARD, Thomas Adam (18221892): 14/CPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 2 Jun 1822, Lexington Dist., SC. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 40. Discharged for overage at end of enlistment, 26 Dec 1862. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. d. 4 Mar 1892, and buried at Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Lexington Co., SC. m. Nancy Elizabeth MONTS, 19 Dec 1844.

WINTER, Hugh W.: 1MM/J, 17/B, 5/G, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1844. Residence: Ridgeville, SC. Listed in records of SC Rangers for the period 21 Mar18 Sep 1862, but no other record of service in this unit found. Enlisted in Willington Rangers at Charleston, SC, 20 Feb 1862, age 18. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865. Farming in Charleston Co., SC, in 1880.

WINTER, John J.: 17/B, 5/G, DBN/BPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1844. Residence: Mount Holly, SC. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 1 Jan 1863, age 19. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Farming in Charleston Co., SC, in 1870.

WISE (WYSE), Henry L.: 14/C, 5/FPVT, [Lexington Dist.]. b. abt. 1839. Enlisted at Lexington, C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 22. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, [1] May 1865.

WISE (WYSE), John Harrison (18281891): 14/C, 5/FPVT, Lexington Dist. b. 28 Mar 1828. Residence: Lexington, SC; occupation: farmer. Enlisted at Lexington C.H., SC, 18 Dec 1861, age 33. Discharged under "Habeas Corpus Act," 18 Jan 1864. Paroled at Augusta, GA, 22 May 1865. Post-war, farmer in Lexington Co., SC. d. 2 Dec 1891. m. Henrietta C. BARBER.

(WISE, William B. (18451864): 14/A, 5/HPVT, Sumter Dist. b. 1845, Packsville, SC. Enlisted at McPhersonville, SC, 20 Oct 1862, age 18. Granted a 30-day medical furlough for diarrhea and fever at Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, 2 Sep 1864. DOD, 13 Sep 1864.

WITHERSPOON, Charles Leroy (1846?1891): 5/HSGT, Clarendon Dist. b. abt. 1846. Residence: Plowden's Mills, SC. Enlisted at Charleston, SC, 15 Apr 1863, [age 17]. Appt. SGT, 31 Aug 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 25 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Clarendon Co., SC. d. 4 Jun 1891. Gulie Elma WITHERSPOON of Sumter, SC, applied for a Confederate widow's pension based on his service, 17 Oct 1919.

WITHERSPOON, John R.: 5/KPVT, York Dist. b. May 1837. Residence: Yorkville, SC; occupation: farmer. Apparently trans. from Co. I, 5th SC Infantry, 14 Jan 1864. Granted a 30 day medical furlough for scabies at Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, 23 Aug 1864. Last reported AWOL, 21 Oct 1864. Farming near York, SC, in 1900.

WITSELL, Thomas Lawrence: 1MM/JCPL, [Colleton Dist.]. b. Oct 1838. Performed sentry and scouting duties 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, and later served as SGT in Co. B, 3d SC Cavalry. Last reported present, 31 Dec 1864. Grocery salesman in Charleston, SC, in 1900.

WITSELL, Walter H.: 1MM/JSGT, Colleton Dist. b. abt. 1825. Residence: St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton Dist., SC; occupation: farmer. Performed sentry and scouting duties 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. Living in Walterboro, SC, in 1870.

WIX, Benjamin F.: HCC, 5/KPVT, Union Dist. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 16. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Living in 1897.

WIX, John T. (18231902): HCC, 5/KPVT, Union Dist. b. Jun 1823, Chester Dist., SC. Enlisted at Columbia, SC, 7 Jan 1863, age 40. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post-war, carpenter in Union, SC. d. 28 Mar 1902, Union, SC. m. Eliza Jane EISON.

(WOMACK, Joel Mayo (18451921): 5/DPVT, Charleston Dist. b. 3 Feb 1845, New Orleans, LA. 6' 0" tall, fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, occupation: student at SCMA (Citadel). Trans. from Co. F, 6th SC Cavalry, 28 Feb 1864, in exchange with Marx E. COHEN, Jr. Capt. at White House Landing, Pamunkey River, VA, 20 Jun 1864. Sent to Elmira, NY, and escaped 27 Oct 1864. Rejoined company in Jan 1865, and surrendered at Hillsboro, NC, 27 Apr 1865. Post-war, civil servant, insurance agent, and commercial traveler in Louisville, KY. d. 14 Jun 1921, Louisville, KY, of psilosis which according to his death certificate may have been contracted during a visit to Puerto Rico in 1918 (it also states that he attained the rank of major in the Confederate Army). Buried in Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, KY. m. Nannie O'BANNON, 30 Apr 1872.

WOOTEN, John E.: HCC, 5/K, DBN/BPVT, Union Dist. b. abt. 1825. Enlisted at Unionville, SC, 7 Nov 1862, age 37. Reported in Dismounted Bn., 31 Oct 1864. Last recorded on clothing receipt roll, dated 1 Dec 1864. Post-war, farmer in Union Co., SC. Living in 1897.

WRIGHT, Jonathan (John): SJMR, 5/EPVT, Charleston Dist. b. abt. 1825. Enlisted at Santee, SC, 14 Feb 1862, age 35. Trans. to Co. N/O, 20th SC Infantry, 1 Aug 1863. Last reported present, 29 Feb 1864.

WRIGHT, S.: 5/EPVT, [Charleston Dist.]. Enlisted Mount Pleasant, SC, 5 Jul 1863. Reported trans. to Co. L/O, 20th SC Infantry, 26 Sep 1863, but no record of service found in that unit.

WYSE (see WISE).

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