Officers Martin, John C., CaptainJones, J. T. C., 1st Lieutenant Holland, Thomas Jeptha " Tom ", 2nd Lieutenant, examined outgoing POW mail at Camp Sorghum. He was born 19 Sep 1846 in Anderson County, died at Holland's Store, Anderson County, 12 April 1893 and is buried in Roberts Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Anderson County. He was a merchant. Brock, J. Ab, 3rd Lieutenant
NonCommissioned Officers Todd, John W., 1st SergeantWerner, Theodore Joseph "Joe", 2nd Sergeant, born 27 Nov 1846, died in 1936 in Aiken County, and is buried in Mount Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery, Pickens County, SC Reed ( Rud ), Joel Holbert, 3rd Sergeant, born 8 Feb 1847 in Anderson County. married Annie M. Emerson , Anderson Co. SC. Died 20 June 1920, Marion County , Florida per FL pension #A04664. Cunningham, Tom H., 4th Sergeant McCrary ( McCreary ), Samuel, 5th Sergeant Telford, S. S., 1st Corporal Moorehead, R. L., 2nd Corporal Taylor, William, 3rd Corporal Powell, J. R. ( J. A. ), 4rh Corporal
Privates Adams, John T.Archer, Albert Bagwell, Jasper Bailey, J. N. D. Bannister, John H. Blake, J. L. Boleman, Sam L. Breazeale ( Braezeale ), V. H. Branyon ( Branyan ), William, died 11 Feb 1865 and is buried in Confederate Enclosure (Section E) of Elmwood Cemtery, Columbia Browne, Walker G. Campbell Jr., A. C. Carroll, J. P. Cox, Aiken Cox, John Cox, William B., died 6 Feb 1865 in General (College) Hospital, No. 1, Columbia, SC Davis, William A. Dawson, James Deal, M. B. ( M. E. ) Dean, J. L. Drake, J. T., died 13 Jan 1865 and is buried in Confederate Enclosure (Section E) of Elmwood Cemtery, Columbia Drake, Tom F. Fleming, Riley Freeman, W. I. Gaines, Edmund Pendleton, born 4 Nov 1846 and died 3 Jan 1927 Gambrell, John M., born about 1847, lived in Abbeville TWP. Enlisted June 1864 and was discharged 15 Apr 1865 near Greenville, SC. Gambrell, J. F. Gallaher, William C., born about 1834, lived in Abbeville TWP Gallaugher, William D, was enlisted by W. K. Bradley, born Aug 1820. He appeared on a muster roll at C.S.A. General Hospital No. 11, Charlotte, NC. Complaint: Debilitas. Admitted 8 Mar 1865. Returned to Duty: 22 Mar 1865. Note: Card is headed: Pvt, Co. F, 4th Res, but 5th SC Res has been penciled in. In 1907, his name appeared on an Abbeville County listing of Confederate Veterans as a member of the following unit: Pvt., Co "G" 2nd Battalion Reserves with the notations, Age 45 and dead. He was at Columbia and Charlotte, NC. Gassaway, Benjamin F. ( F. F. ), born 1 Mar 1847. Enlisted Jul 1864 and discharged at Ware Place, Greenville County, 19 Apr 1865. Residing at Honea Path, Anderson County, in 1919. Graham, James M. ( James W.), died 1 Mar 1865 in General (College) Hospital, No. 1, Columbia, SC while a guard at Columbia and is buried in Confederate Enclosure (Section E) of Elmwood Cemtery, Columbia Green, James Hall, T. L. C. Harris, T. L. Haynie, J. L. Hunnicutt, J. Q. Jenkins, Henry Mc Johnson, J. P. Jones, L. W. Kay, David Lewis, born 16 Feb 1846 in Anderson County, his parents moved to Alabama, then back to SC at war, died 15 Mar 1931, and is buried Six Mile Baptist Cemetery, Pickens County. Kay, George W., born about 1846, died about 1870, perhaps in Franklin County, GA. Kay, James Webster, born 13 Sep 1847, Broadmouth Creek, Anderson County, died 6 Jan 1865 of typhoid in Columbia, contracted while on guard duty at Camp Asylum ( POW Camp for Union Officers), and is buried Broadmouth Baptist Cemetery (the church is in Abbeville County and adjoining cemetery in Anderson County). Kay, Jessie, born 12 Apr 1847 in Anderson County, died 10 Jun 1909, and is buried Eastview Cemetery, Honea Path, Anderson District Kay, Luda Franklin, born 20 Jun 1847 in Anderson County. died 4 Jan 1865 in Columbia (2 days before his cousin James Webster Kay), contracted while on guard duty at Camp Asylum (POW Camp for Union Officers), and is buried Broadmouth Baptist Cemetery, Anderson District Kitsinger, Jeff Latham, W. J. Lolliss, J. Long, S. C. Maddox, George Washington, born 30 Oct 1847, died 31 Mar 1918 in Pickens County, and is buried in Mount Zion UMC, Pickens County, SC Manning, Ibzan C. Mattison, P. A. McAdams, W. T. McBride, S. L. McFall, Waddy Thompson, born 19 Feb 1847 in Anderson County, SC, died 12 Feb 1905 in Pickens County, and is buried in Pickens Sunrise Cemetery, Pickens County, SC McKee, George Middleton McPhail, J. W. McPhail, L. M. ( L. M. ) Mitchell, W. N. Moore, Harlston Perrin ( W. P. ), married Martha "Mattie" E. Lewis while on furlough on 3 January 1865. They moved to Texas in 1877 and their family eventually numbered nine children, including Kirby Runion Moore. He died on 12 December 1921. Mullikin ( Mullikins ), H. D. Pace, Reuben, married Louisiana Huff, 1 Aug 1880, Anderson County, died 22 Mar 1929, Jefferson County , Florida Pickens, Robert Welborn, was born 31 Aug 1847, in Anderson County, the son of Colonel William Smith and Julia Ann Welborn Pickens. He married Mary Catherine Wiggington on 30 March 1871, and they had nine children. Robert died 19 Feb 1948 in Easley, Pickens County, after his one hundredth birthday in 1947, having become the region's oldest living Confederate veteran. He is buried in Pickens Chapel, Anderson County, SC Pitts, Pinckney Poore, Berry Price, Benjamin Franklin, born 7 Dec 1846, died 20 May 1928, buried Long Cain Cemetery, Abbeville County, lived in Abbeville TWP
Price, John (James) Julius, born 29 July 1847, died 15 Sep 1925, buried Iva City Cemetery, Anderson County, lived in Abbeville TWP
Reed, JoeRobinson, Robert J. ( J. J. ), born 1843, lived in Abbeville TWP Sanders, James A., born 1847, lived in Bordeau/Indian Hills Area. Died 6 Jan 1865 in Columbia while on guard duty at Camp Asylum and is buried in Confederate Enclosure (Section E) of Elmwood Cemtery, Columbia Shaw, J. N. Shockley ( Shorkley ), W. A. Silcox, F. A. Smith, Luther Preston, born 9 Nov 1848, Anderson District and died 7 Sep 1919 Smith, M. C. Smith, Scott Nimrod, died 18 Jan 1865 and is buried in Confederate Enclosure (Section E) of Elmwood Cemtery, Columbia Smith, Wesley Taylor, John Thomas, Thomas Tupper, R. F. Wells, Thomas S. Whaley, A. M. Wiles, J. L. Williford, L. Q. Willingham, Elijah Willingham, J. N. ( T. W. ), was granted a 60-day furlough by the Medical Examining Board, Columbia, on 10 Feb 1865 Wright, R. M. Yeargin, G. W.
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