Crawford, William H, Captain
Officers Crawford, William H, CaptainCook, Henry B., 1st Lieutenant
NonCommissioned Officers Wilcox, John, Company Clerk and later served as Sergeant Major of battalionCarmichael, Alexander C., Sergeant Owens, Stephen G., Sergeant Moody, Salathiel S., Sergeant James, Thomas L., Sergeant Edens, Alfred, Corporal Martin, M. H., Corporal Collins, Charles G., Corporal Little, Daniel, Corporal Davis Jr., T. G., Corporal
Privates Alford, John CAlford, John D Alford, Walter S Alford, William Mack Altman, James D. Avant, Jordan G Bailey, ?? Baker, B. B. Berry, Clinton Berry, Samuel Bethea, D. Bethea, James D. Brown, Edward Brown, Henry Brown, John Brown, W. K. Bryant, Henry Bryan, Stephen S. Byrd, Huger Burriss, Robert L. Capps, John H. Carmichael, John Coleman, Franklin D. Collins, Benjamin F. Collins, Barny P. Crier, Thomas Cuddle, James R. Dickson, W. J. Eaddy, Trezevant Edwards, George Edwards Jr., William G Evans, Josiah Evans, Thomas Finnagan, Patrick Ferrel, James Finklea, J. Wesley Finklea, Samuel B. Foxworth, W. C. Fowler, Joseph Gibson, John Gododbold, Ervin Godbold, Robert Greenwood, James L. Gregg, Francis M. Gregg, William B. Hairgrove, Stephen A. Harrington, John T. Hatchel, B. Pleasant Hatchel, ?? Haynes, James W. Hudson, Eli T. Huggins, Enos T. Hutchinson, Rix Hyman, Causea Jordan, John D. Jordan, John T. Lee, Curtis Lewis, John Lewis, W. Evan Lewis, William S. Lowrimore, Collin W. Marlow, David Matthews, ?? Moore, John Beaty McCormac, P. McDaniel, Benjamin Franklin "Dock", was born on 23 December 1846, 7 of 12 children of James A. McDaniel, Sr. and Martha Ann Edwards McDaniel. in Charmichael Township, or modern-day Kentyre Community in what is now Dillon County. He attended Cow Branch Academy and went to Pee Dee Presbyterian Church. He married Elizabeth Ann Allen (born 11 Feb 1847 and died 24 Mar 1907) on 14 April 1864. He en;isted 17 Sep of 1864. During reconstruction, he was active in the "Red Shirt" movement with his father and surviving veteran brother. He continued farming in the area of Carmichael Township. He died on 18 Feb 1918 and was buried along with his wife at Kentyre Church, McKenzie, Eli McNeill, Simon P. Owens, William Parker, Robert Parker, Stephen Poston, Francis Poston, J. McK. Poston, Thomas Proctor, Thomas Prosser, Job Reaves, J. Robert Reaves Jr., Robert H. Served with company until he turned 18 and then transferred to 21st SC Infantry. Killed in Action at Ft. Fisher, NC, 13/15 Jan 1865 Richardson, John M. Rogers, E. W. Rogers, Henry Rogers, John H. Rowell, Jesse C. Rowell, William D, born about 1850 Salmons, Samuel Sawyer, Willis Singletary, Hamer Smith, Anderson Smith, Jacob W. Smith, Nathan Smith, Thomas Smithey, G. W. Stafford, Neill Tart, E. Murchison Tart, Henry Taylor, James Timmons, William Turbeville, William Waters, Willis Walsh, James E. Whute, John White, W. Coke Wilcox, John Williams, George N. Williams, James A. Wise, Wilson D.
Most of the above do not have Compiled Service Records and can be found in: A History of Marion County, South Carolina W. W. Sellers Columbia, SC: 1902
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