Officers Hearst, John W., CaptainSproull, C. William, 1st Lieutenant Jones, Dennis F., 2nd Lieutenant Lites, R. W., 2nd Lieutenant Wideman, James H., 3rd Lieutenant
NonCommissioned Officers Sullivan, William P., 1st SergeantWestfield, Edward, 1st Sergeant Gibson, William, Sergeant Harmon, William, Sergeant Liles, M. W., Sergeant Lindsay, Joseph C., Sergeant Newby, James, Sergeant Patterson, G. S., Sergeant Coombe, John, Corporal Criswell, John F., Corporal Edmunds, F. H., Corporal Puckett, William C., Corporal, married M. E. Ann Talman 26 Nov 1849, enlisted in Summerville on 10 Nov 1862 and died on 1 Jan 1863 (age listed as 43 years 3 1/5 months) in the camp hospital, Camp Adams Run. Roche, Edward, Corporal Spence, Samuel, Corporal Cothran, James, Wagonner
Privates Allen, C. H.Allen, J. A. Bailey, John D. Banks, P. Banks, William Barksdale, James Barwick, Edward Barwick, John Beasley, J. R. Beasley, W. W. Beauford, Byrd Bell, J. C. Brown, Redmond Burdeshaw, S. S. Bumett, H. Callan, Richard, was born in Ireland, circa 1815. He was a joiner, resident in Abbeville Court House, SC, household of his brother-in-law, William M. Mooney, at the time of the Eighth (1860) Federal Census, 20 June 1860. He died, probably in SC, sometime between 1862 and 1865. His widow, Mary A. (O'Keefe) Callen, resided at 20 Liberty Street in Salem, MA, in 1866 (SD, 1866). She died in Salem, MA, 23 January 1892, aged sixty-two years (MA VRs). Carrol, James Cauley, C. C. Cook, Frederick Cook, Nicholas Cook, S. B. Criswell, James P. Criswell, ? Criswell, Thomas 0. Criswell, Thomas S. Deason, Berry Deason, John Devlin, John L. Dillashaw, William P. Edmunds, J. Alex Edwards, H. F. Edwards, Thomas J. Elkins, John W. Enright, John Fair, R. A. Ferqueron, James D. Ford, Joseph Gibson, Elias Hainblin, J. K. Holloway, Edward P. Holloway, Henry Laird, S. P. Langley, Josiah Lawson, H. W. Leroy, P. B. Martin, Green B. Martin, James Martin, John J. McCain, Peter McKinney, William W. Minor, James Minor, Lewis Minor, W. Mooney, William M., was born in Kilmacthomas, County Waterford, Ireland, 14 August 1824. William M. and Margaret (O'Keefe) Mooney were evidently resident in Abbeville, SC, as early as June 1854 (when their son Michael was buried in Long Canes Cemetery). William M. Mooney was a joiner, resident in Abbeville Court House, SC, at the time of the Eighth (1860) Federal Census, 20 June 1860; his real-estate was valued at $1,200 and his personal-estate was valued at $1,400. Mooney's brothers-in-law, Richard Callen and Patrick O'Keefe, were also resident in his household. He was "...for 20 years a grocer in Derby Street" in Salem. He kept his grocery store at 92 Derby Street in Salem, MA, between 1876 and 1893; he also lived at the same address throughout that same period, presumably upstairs from his grocery store. His widowed sister-in-law, Mary A. (O'Keefe) Callan, lived in his Derby Street household, between 1876 and the time of her death in 1892 (SD, 1876 through 1893-94). He died in Salem, Massachusetts, 16 December 1893 Moore, J. T. Morgan, Thomas Nelson, Enoch Palmer, Joshua Puckett, Allen, nrother of Corporal William C Puckett, married Susannah E., enlisted in Summerville on 10 Nov 1862 and died on 9 Jan 1863 in Abbeville District (age of 36 years, 6 1/2 months) and is buried in Troy, Greenwood County, South Carolina. Rich, Lewis Rosenwick, George Rutledge, P. S. Service, L. C. Smith, Willis Taylor, E. J. Wait, Joshua Walker, Burton C. Walker, Chesley Walker, Robert Wideman, Francis Wideman, S. Boggs Wier, John A. Wilson, John H. Wilson, Samuel A.
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