First (1st) Regiment
South Carolina Militia - Artillery
German Artillery
Company A

Officers
Norhden, Caston, Captain
Wagener, Frederich Wilhelm, Captain joined as 1st Lieutenant, born 29 Oct 1832 in Sievern Germany. came to America in 1848. On 19 May 1863 he assumed command of A Company South Carolina Artillery. He died 15 Nov 1921 in Charleston South Carolina. buried in the German Artillery section of the Bethany Cemetery in Charleston South Carolina. near his brother General Johann Andreas Wagener.
Werner, Didrich, Captain joined as 1st Lieutenant
Lesemann, J. D., 1st Lieutenant joined as 2nd Lieutenant
Lindstedt, George H., 1st Lieutenant joined as 3rd Lieutenant
Mehrtens, John, 2nd Lieutenant
Bischoff, N., 2nd Lieutenant, Bvt.
Hilken, H., Lieutenant

NonCommissioned Officers
Monsees, John, 1st Sergeant
Albers, H. H., Sergeant
Pieper, Julius Herrman Ernst. Sergeant, born 14 June 1841 in Ottberg, Amelunxen, Nordrhein-West, Germany. died 16 June 1887 in Charleston South Carolina. buried near his father in law General John Andreas Wagener in the Bethany Cemetery, Charleston. Julius was married to Elisa Albertine Louisa Wagener, daughter of General Johann Andreas Wagener. was in the civil war
Semken, William, Sergeant
Wohltman, J., Sergeant
Wragge, H., Sergeant
Wrede, H., Sergeant
Wreden, H., Sergeant
Dehls, C., Corporal
Goetjen, J. D., Corporal
Goetjen ( Gotjen ), J. D., Corporal
Goetjen ( Gotjen ), J. H. C., Corporal
Meyer, J. F., Corporal
Meyer, M., Corporal
Mullenhauer ( Mollenhauer ), H. W., Corporal
Muller, J. H., Corporal
Narger, S., Corporal
Reyels, Jac, Corporal
Rohde, H., Corporal
Thees, H., Corporal
Metz, E., Ch. Music.

Privates
Ahrens, H. W.
Albers, J. F. ( J. T. )
Apeler, J. F.
Appiarins, ??
Bahntge, W.
Beckmann, J. F.
Behrman, H.
Bennedict, E.
Boliman, B.
Bollman, D.
Borges, H.
Borjes, J. H.
Brandt, F. W. ( F. N. )
Bremer ( Brener ), H.
Brinluneyer, A.
Bruggemann, A. F.
Buck, H.
Bullwinkle, H.
Busch, J. H.
Busching, H.
Carlsen, E. F. ( E. T )
Carlsen, J. F.
Carstens, A. F.
Castens, C.
Christman, F.
Davis, J.
Dehlwers, D.
Dorre, C. F.
Dorre, F.
Dorre, H. W.
Doscher, H.
Dunneman, L.
Fiehn, F.
Geilfuss, A.
Gerken, J.
Goetjen ( Gotjen ), Adolp
Goetjen ( Gotjen ), D
Goetjen ( Gotjen ), Jacob
Groff, G.
Habenicht, E. A.
Hackemann, H.
Hahn, H.
Harbers, H. H.
Harbers, W. H.
Harken, H.
Hart, H.
Heimers, H.
Heins, H.
Hencken, C. H.
Hoberg, A.
Holling, J.
Honeck, H.
Huneske, G.
Johannes, E.
Kabel, H.
Kabel ( Kebel ), C.
Kasche, C.
Kaufman, E.
Kessler, H.
Klee, C.H.
Koper, C.
Kruger, W.
Kruse, F.
Kruse, J.
Kuck, J.
Lampe, B.
Lindstedt, A.
Luders, C.
Mehrtens, R.
Menke, A.
Meyer, G. H.
Meyer, H.
Meyer, N.
Meyer, W.
Meyerdircks, F.
Meyerhoff, H.
Mohlenhoff ( Mollenhoff ), J.
Mollenhoff ( Mehlenhoff ), J. H.
Mowrey, A.
Muller, W. T.
Nargen, S.
Oberkruger, F. W.
Offerhaslo, C.
Orth, F.
Patjens, H.
Richardson, E.
Ritter, J. F.
Schmidt, P.
Schnaars, F.
Schnaars, M.
Schnackenberg, D.
Schriever, H.
Schroder, E. F.
Schroder, H.
Schroder, J. C. L.
Schuchert, L.
Schulz ( Schultz ), H.
Semke, John
Semken, D.
Semken, J.
Stilling, A.
Strauss, B.
Thiele, F.
Thieling, F.
Thieling ( Theiling ), W. ( H. )
Tiencken, D.
Tiencken, J.
Tietjen, J. H.
Tork, E. F.
Tucker, H.
Voege ( Voge ), A.
Von Eitzen, H.
Von Lehe ( Lehe ), D. V.
Wagener, George A. Wagener . born 25 Dec 1845 in Charleston South Carolina. died 16 July 1908 in Charleston South Carolina. son of General Johann Andreas Wagener. Hege was born in Charleston South Carolina on Christmas day 1845 to Johann Andreas Wagener and Marie Eliese Wagner. He married Eleanor Keys in 1870 in Anderson South Carolina,
Wagener, Julius J., born 1847 in Charleston South Carolina. died 1917 in Charleston South Carolina. son of General Johann Andreas Wagener.
Wagener, Julius
Wahrens. Henry William Anton Wahrens, born 6 Dec 1843 in Oldenberg, Germany. not sure when or where he died. Henry's sister (Johanna) married Henry Frederich Wilhelm Pieper, brother of Sergeant Julius Herrman Ernst Pieper.
Walter, A.
Weber, M.
Wetherhahn, L.
Wetherhahn, S.
Wieland, D.
Wieters, John
Wohlken, H.
Wullbem, C.
Wullbem, H.
Wuters, J. C.

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