Officers Tyler, Thomas Bennet, CaptainHowell, Josiah, 1st Lieutenant Wimberly, Edward, 1st Lieutenant Jones, James M., 2nd Lieutenant
NonCommissioned Officers King, Jefferson D., 1st SergeantKnight, John A., Sergeant Corbitt, Willis, Sergeant Fanning, W. D., Sergeant Gissendanner, John D., Sergeant Sawyer, George R., Sergeant Able, Pierce, Corporal Cooper, J. E., Corporal Fallaw ( Falaw ), W. B., Corporal Gunter, Vinyard, Corporal, born about 1921 and was a farmer after The War in Hopewell, Aiken County Jenkins, B. M., Corporal Sawyer, John V., Corporal Williamson, Crawford E., Corporal
Privates Anderson, MichaelArthur, John H. Asbel, Eldridge Austin, V. V. S. Baltziger, Andrew Baxter, John Blackwell, John Boatwright Sr., George W. Boatwright, Thomas Bolin, William D. Brodie, Robert Brown, Joseph Bull, Thomas Busby, Jacob Cheney, John J. Clark, A. J. Cockerell, Elijah Cofer, James M. Cooper, Daniel Cooper, G. R. Cooper, Howell Courtney, James Crim, James E. Crim, Samuel Culler, James T. Day, James Dykes, George W. Fallaw ( Falaw ), H. P. Fallaw, Tillman B. Fox, Calvin Gaffney, William Gardner, John Garvin, Henry Goodwin, Louis Goodwin, Thomas Goodwyn, W. M. Gunter, Mastin and was a farmer after The War in Chinquapin, Aiken County Gunter, Monroe Gunter, Wilson, born 3 May 1813. He married Theressa Able Gunter who was born 22 March 1822 and died 5 April 1897. After The War, he was a farmer in Giddy Swamp, Aiken County. He died 4 October 1894 and both are buried in old family cemerary between Seivern and New Holland, SC Hall, William Hartley, Levi Hartley, Lodrick Hetherington, Samuel J. Hoover, Henry L. Horsey, John Hutto, James E. Inabinet, Absalom Inabinet, Andrew Inabinet, Samuel Jackson, Clement Jackson, Thomas J. Jeffcoat, Jacob Jones, Fair Jones, W. B. Kaidle, Madison Kneece, Ezekiel Kneece, John Laird, Jacob Livingston, Sampson Miller, David Nettles, J. U. J. O'Cain, J. M. Oliver, S. G. Ott, Henry V. Philips, William T. Porter, Francis M. Pound, Daniel Quattlebaum, Thomas Quin, Denis L. Redman, Jacob Reid, Benjamin P. Reid, S. H. Rutland, Cephus Sawyer, Jacob Senn, Jacob Sharp, James Sharpe, Emanuel Slagle, Malachi Smith, James Spires, J. Nelson Staley, James G. Sturkey, Andrew Sturkey, Gabriel Summers, Gabriel R. Watkins, Caleb Whitaker, James Williams, E. M. Williams, Malachi Yon, James E. Yon, John C. Zachael, A. W, Zekiel, Allen
Organized for six months local service from 1 August 1863, but not ordered into field service until 12 September 1863.
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