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1st Regiment of State Troops
Junior Reserves
Company D
Pickens County
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Officers
Hollingsworth, ?, Captain

Gary, Thomas N., Lieutenant, born 3 Dec 1847 in Pickens County, admitted to Wayside (1st Louisana) Confederate Hospital, Charleston on 28 Dec 1864 for Pneumonia, where he died 1 January 1865. His remains were returned to his parents who buried him in the Enon Baptist Church Cemetery, Pickens County

NonCommissioned Officers

Privates
Eadon, William, admitted to Wayside (1st Louisana) Confederate Hospital, Charleston on 8 Dec 1864 for Debility. Returned to duty on December 11. This may have been William H Eaton who was born 6 Jan 1851 in Pickens County.

Gaines, James Henry, born 11 May 1848 in Pickens County, admitted to Wayside (1st Louisana) Confederate Hospital, Charleston on 20 Dec 1864 for Dysentery. He was sent off on December 21, General (Encampment) Hospital No. 2, Summerville. He died 1 May 1935 and was buried in Mount Zion UMC, Pickens County

Garvin, Robert May, born 27 Jun 1848 in Pickens County, admitted to Wayside (1st Louisana) Confederate Hospital, Charleston on 20 Dec 1864 for Dysentery. He was sent off on December 21, General (Encampment) Hospital No. 2, Summerville where he died. He was buried in Mount Zion UMC, Pickens County.

Kemp, James M.

Kennedy, William J. , admitted to Wayside (1st Louisana) Confederate Hospital, Charleston in Jan or Feb 1865. He died 21 February and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery.

Madden, D. B. ( T. B. ), born 1848 in Pickens County, admitted to Wayside (1st Louisana) Confederate Hospital, Charleston on 28 Dec 1864 for Rheumatism. He was sent off on December 29, General Hospital No. 1, Summerville

Miller, J. H.

Neal, James A., born 1848 in Pickens County, admitted to Wayside (1st Louisana) Confederate Hospital, Charleston on 20 Dec 1864 for Dysentery. He was sent off on December 21, General (Encampment) Hospital No. 2, Summerville

Powell, A. S.

Reese, Alexander, died on 27 Jan 1865 and is buried the Confederate section of Elmwood Cemetery, Columbia

Smith, Thomas H., born 4 Feb 1948, enlisted 15 Oct 1864 and was discharged 20 Apr 1965 near Raleigh

Smith, William A., born 1846 in Pickens County, admitted to Wayside (1st Louisana) Confederate Hospital, Charleston where he died 9 February 1865, probably of Pneumonia.

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