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2nd Regiment of State Troops
Junior Reserves
Company G
Lexington County
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Officers
Rice, David H., Captain

La Motte, C. S., Captain

Howell, Josiah, Captain, born 1814, the son of Carson Howell (1768-1836) and Nancy Dolly Cook. He enlisted as a 1st Lieutenant. He died 1873 and is is buried at Bethcar Baptist Church near Wagener

Hartzog, Henry Graham, 1st Lieutenant. born in Bamberg County, 11 April 1848. He kept Wofford College to enlist as a private. He was in the hospital with typhoid fever at Chester ar end of war.

NonCommissioned Officers

Privates
Brabham, Mathew Moye, born 15 Oct 1848. enlisted Oct 1864 and was discharged Apr 1865 near Aiken, and died 14 Nov 1929

Carter, J. N., admitted to Wayside (1st Louisana) Confederate Hospital, Charleston in Jan or Feb 1865, where he died 8 March.

Carter, William Pinckney, enlisted near a Railroad Junction at Crusohachee Swamp in July 1864. He was captured 6 Feb 1865, was sent to the federal prison at Point Lookout, Maryland where he was released in July 1865.

Felder, J. M., born 23 Oct 1847. enlisted Oct 1864 and was discharged Apr 1865 near Aiken.

Gibson, J. M. enlisted near a Railroad Junction at Crusohachee Swamp in July 1864. He developed the measels and was sent home.

Gray, C. J., born 12 Oct 1845, enlisted 1 Nov 1864 and was discharged 1 Mar 1865

Hay, Walter

Hunter, Daniel O., born 18 Jan 1848, enlisted Oct 1864 and was discharged Apr 1865 near Aiken.

Johnson, William, admitted to Wayside (1st Louisana) Confederate Hospital, Charleston in Jan or Feb 1865, where he died 21 February.

Kearse, James Brabham, born 07 July 1848, died 19 November 1925, and is burried at Mizpah, Bufords Bridge

Walker. N. M., born 8 Feb 1848, enlisted 1 Nov 1864 and was discharged 1 Mar 1865

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