Officers Jones, W. J. M. " Nat", CaptainHudgens, James, 1st Lieutenant, born about 1817, a farmer in Cross Hill, Laurens in 1880 Gary, J. D., 2nd Lieutenant Fuller, H. M., 3rd Lieutenant NonCommissioned Officers Lindsay, R. B., 1st Sergeant Anderson, B. A., Sergeant Berry, J. H., Sergeant Brown, G. M., Sergeant Sullivan, J. D., Sergeant Clardy, J. M., Corporal Owens, B. L., Corporal Saxon, P. A., Corporal Spoon, John, Corporal, born about 1820, a farmer in Waterloo, Laurens County in 1880 Privates Abercrombie, John Abercrombie, Jonathan Allison, W. L. Anderson, D. H. Arnold, Martin Austin, W. H. Bailey, H. M. Balentine, D. F. Bedenbaugh, Elijah King (E. K.), born 11 July 1847, died 18 July 1910, married 22 December 1870 Mattie J. Rogers. Both buried Prosperity Cemetery, Newberry County. Benjamin, Matt, born about 1828, a farmer in Laurens, Laurens County in 1880 Blackerby, B. F. T. Blackwell, J. H. Boland, H. H. Bolt, James Bolt, Samuel Boyd, A. M. Boyd, J. H. Boyd, J. L. Brooks, J. S. Bryson, W. C. Burton, Hiram Burton, T. T. Coleman, Absalom Coleman, W. G. Crout, A. M. Dagnel, William Daniel, James Wright, He was born 22 Janiary 1814; his parents were Harrison and Susannah Daniel. He married in 1839 Eliza Antoinette Anderson, daughter of Thomas Anderson of Laurens County. He was the father of 11 children; three of his sons became Methodist ministers. Three other of his children died when quite young. After the war ended, he also served as a justice of the peace in Laurens County. He died 2 February 1904 and his wife died 24 October 1901. Both James and his wife Eliza are buried at in the cemetery at King's Chapel. Davenport, John Davis, B. C. Davis, William Dial, Hasting Elledge, Marion Elmore, L. D. Finley, Harrison Finley, William T., buried New Prospect Baptist Church, Laurens County Fuller, C. E. Fuller, Thomas Fuller, W. P. Golding, J. R. Goodman, B. B. Grayden, Starling Griffm, R. A. Harris, Oliver P., born about 1848, Stony Battery, Newberry County, married to Amanda C. buried in Prosperity Cemetery, Newberry County. Harris, W. P. Helms, W. M. Helms, William Hill, Crawford Hitt, Rainey Holcomb, Elisha Holden, Solomon Holmes, N. J. Jones, A. C. Jones, James Kernels, Jack Madden, Sidney LaFayette, born 28 Sept 1846. He was discharged in Newberry on 9 Apr 1865. He was a farmer in Sullivan, Laurens County after the war. Martin, A. S. Martin, J. A. Martin, James H., died 22 Jun 1886, buried New Prospect Baptist Church, Laurens County Martin, J. M. Martin, J. S. Martin, James McPhearson, Manoah Milam, D. M. Miller, John Miller, W. J. Monday, S. O. Moore, G. E. Moore, W. J. Motes, John H., buried New Prospect Baptist Church, Laurens County Nash, Robert Anderson, the son of Miles Nash. was born 14 June 1847, died 3 January 1921, and was buried in the churchyard cemetery at Pisgah United Methodist Church near Ware Shoals, Greenville County Nickeles, J. A. Norman, John Pinson, J. A. Pitts, E. L. Pucket, J. A. Robertson, Pierson Saxon, J. T. Simpson, A. F. Smith, C. D. Summerell, H. W. Sykes, Charles Taylor, D. G. Taylor, J. W. Turner, Thomas Wadkins, H. H. Waldrop, Franklin Walker, J. H. Wallace, John Wasson, J. H. Watkins, H. H. Watkins, Wylie Y., born about 1847, died in 1928 at his home in western Laurens County near Ware Shoals, and is buried at King's Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery in Laurens County (5 miles outside Ware Shoals) Wharton, W. N. Whitley, William Wills, J. W. Winn, O. A. Winston, G. G. Woods, Kellit Wooteman, J. D.
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