6th Battalion of State Troops
Senior Reservess
Company D
Edgefield District

Officers
Cromley, Ira, Captain

Huiet, George D., Adjutant, Captain was a 48-year old farmer from Oakland in Edgefield District, who previously commanded Co. B, 2d SC Infantry, State Troops, in 1863. He was subsequently elected adjutant of the 6th Battalion SC Reserve Infantry. His oldest son, Sergeant Joseph R. Huiet, Co. B, 14th SC Infantry, was killed at Frayser's Farm, VA, on 30 June 1862.

Wise ( Wyse ), Joseph, 1st Lieutenant, was a 46-year old farmer from Perry's Crossroads in Edgefield District, who served previously as first lieutenant of Co. B, 2d SC Infantry, State Troops, in 1863. He was elected first lieutenant of Company D on 8 June 1864, in place of Thomas Jones. 1860.

Carson, Thomas, 3rd Lieutenant, father of Corporal Billy Carson

NonCommissioned Officers
Lee, Edward, Orderly Sergeant

Dyer, Samuel, 2nd Sergeant

Smith, Pink W., 3rd Sergeant

Timmerman, James, 4th Sergeant

Carson, William O. "Billy", corporal, born 29 July 1847 in Newberry County, died 19 November 1911 in Saluda

Chapman, Giles, Corporal

Cromley, John, Corporal

Edwards, Joab ( Jacob ), Corporal, joined as private

Smith, Jacob L., Corporal

Private
Adams, Henry

Adkins, J. S.

Amaker, Ephraim

Anderson, Henry

Autry, Felix

Banks, John H.

Bean, Lewis

Britt, William

Burnette, ???

Carter, John

Corley, James P.

Corley, Sion B.

Corley, Turner

Corley, Wilson

Crim, James

Crouch, Pinkney

Crouch, Wade A., born 15 Apr 1847, enlisted 9 Sep 1864 and discharged at Greenboro, Apr 1865. He died in Batesburg, Dec 1921.

Dean, Arthur

Dean, Sam

Derrick, Jesse ( Jessie )

Derrick, William

Dorn, Dock

Dorn, George

Eidson, John

Eidson, M.

Faulkner, Landrum

Feaster, John

Goff, W. C.

Graddick, John

Griffith, Pat

Hamilton, William

Hardy, Hilary M.

Hare ( Hair ), M.

Harris, Edward J. ( E. T. ), captured at Bentonsville, 19 March 1865. Died 3 June 1865 in New York POW Camp, Buried Cypress Hill National Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY

Harting, Perry

Havird, Winfield

Holland, Ed

Holley, Sam

Joiner, P., died 5 Mar Feb 1865 and is buried in Confederate Enclosure (Section E) of Elmwood Cemtery, Columbia. He may have been in company A

Jones, Thomas, , was a 45-year old farmer from Edgefield, who served previously as first lieutenant of Co. B, 2nd SC Infantry, State Troops, in 1863. He was elected first lieutenant of Company D at its formation in April 1864, but when that election was subsequently invalidated, and a new one held on 8 June 1864, he was not reelected. Thereafter, he served in the company as a private. Following the war, he represented Edgefield District in the state legislature.

Kittrell, J. C., died 1 Feb 1865 and is buried in Confederate Enclosure (Section E) of Elmwood Cemtery, Columbia. He may have been in company A

Long, James

Manard, Hamp

Maroney, John

McCraken, Will

Mitchel, Forest

Mobley, Allen

Morel, Lafatte

Moss, Syl

Nickerson, Charlie

Orander, William

Padgette, Russell

Padgett, Wade

Padgette, Wilson

Palmer, Edward

Rambo, Robert

Ramsey, ???

Reynold, Singleton

Riley, Edward

Rinehart, William

Rogers, Hilary Q., born 5 September 1847, enlisted in 18 August 1864 and was discharged 26 April 1865 in Greensboro. Resided in Ward, SC after The War. Hilary is buried with his wife, Sallie Bodie Rodgers, at Richland Springs Cemetery, near Ward, Saluda County.

Rogers ( Rodgers ), John Lemuel, born 1847. He married Frances Hannah Boddie who was born in 1851 and died in 1922. Lem died 1917.

Rodgers, Tilman

Roe, Lawrence

Roe, Ruben

Roton, David, killed at Bentonsville, 19 March 1865

Runnells, S.

Rutherford, Elijah

Smith, Ike

Smith, Luke

Smith, William H., born 13 Jan 1844. Enlisted Sept 1864 and surrndered with unit 15 April 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Smith, Zack

Snelgrov, Milledge

Stevens, Ben

Stevens, Leb

Stevens, William, was a 47-year old farmer from Ridge in Edgefield District who served previously as a private in Co. B, 2nd SC Infantry, State Troops. He was elected 3rd lieutenant of Company D at its formation in April 1864, but when that election was subsequently invalidated, and a new one held on 8 June 1864, he was not reelected. Thereafter, he served in the company as a private.

Story, Jasper

Wadkins, Walter

Walker, C. W.

Watson, Pearce

Witt, John

Wittle, Wesley

Wroten, Ira

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