8th Battalion of State Troops
Senior Reserves
Company A
Charleston District
SC Rifles

Officers
Bartless, William H., Captain, Charleston District. He was born 1817 and he died at General (College) Hospital No. 1, Columbia on 27 Mar 1865. He is listed in the 1850 U.S. Census as a merchant in Charleston, aged 33 and in the 1855 Charleston City Directory, he is listed as a commission merchant at 4 Venue Range.

Parler, A. E., 1st Lieutenant

Hull, Samuel J., 2nd Lieutenant

Bingley, C. W., Bvt. 2nd Lieutenant

NonCommissioned Officers
Hart, L. N., 1st Sergeant

Harvey, T. J., Sergeant

Hughes, O. E., Sergeant

Hughes, T. W., Sergeant

Cannon, R. J., Corporal

Martin, L. V., Corporal

Mood, A. H., Corporal

Morris, W. H., Corporal

Myers, Isaac, Corporal

Varner, P. F., Corporal

Privates
Bailey, E. J.

Bee, Joseph

Bennett, Thomas

Bosh, J. F.

Browning, T. S.

Browning, W. S.

Bullwinkel, J. H.

Bunch, James

Burbage, J. T.

Burgen, William

Campbell, J. T.

Campbell, W. B.

Cart, F. G.

Chazal, P. A.

Chitty, Joseph

Chubb, Jacob

Clark, H. B.

Cleary, P. W.

Cook, George

Cunningham, John

Dawson, J. E.

Dolason, H. D.

Donnelly, John

Donnelly, R. N.

Doucen Jr., P. M.

Ellis, Thomas

Flint, John T.

Fogartee, Samuel

Fuller, Th. A.

Gailliard, S. W.

Garrick, Henry, died on 4 Feb 1865 and is buried the Confederate section of Elmwood Cemetery, Columbia

Gourdon, P.

Grooms, Robert

Hart, H. S.

Herriot, B. G.

Horlbeck, John

Jackson, Rufus

Jervey, R. C.

Jervey, Wm.

Jones, S. K.

Kennedy, F. M.

Kennedy, Mich F.

Koennecke, H. W., died on 7 Mar 1865 and is buried the Confederate section of Elmwood Cemetery, Columbia

Lesesno, E. B.

Lockleer ( Locklean) , James

McDowell, John T.

McLaughlin, John

Meyers, John

Miller, Th. J.

Miller, W. L.

Missroon, James

Mitchell, A. R.

Moreland, E. M.

Morgan, J. N.

Murray, J. W.

Murray, Rich

Orcutt, L.

Parler, Edward Leonodas, born 9 May 1847, son of James A. and Jane Parler, of St. Mathew's Parish, S.C. Died at the Ladies Hospital in Columbia, on the 2 December 1864 of a disease contracted in the discharge of his duties as a soldier in the City of Charleston.

Parler, John J., born 10 May 1848, Dorchester County. Enlisted 15 Seprember 1864 and surrendered in April 1865

Petite, F. O.

Pinckney, Charles

Ponard, A.

Porter, A. E.

Pringle, W. P.

Pritchard, E. G.

Quinn, Daniel

Ravenel, James

Richards, F.

Roper, Richard

Sauls, B.

Sawyer, L.

Schipman, J. J.

Scott, Daniel

Scott, Wainwright, died on 9 Feb 1865 and is buried the Confederate section of Elmwood Cemetery, Columbia

Selby, John A.

Singletary, T.

Sinott, A.

Smith, John C.

Stamand, M. W.

Stoney, E. G.

Stoney, J. J.

Stoney, P. G.

Sweat, Rufus

Wagener, T. D.

Walling, R. F.

Way, A. A.

Way, Jacob H.

Wehman, F.

Welsh, Samuel B.

White, William

Wilder, T. J.

Wilson, A. B.

Wilson, Isaac R.

Wilson, W. M.

Winter, J. J., died on 25 Feb 1865 and is buried the Confederate section of Elmwood Cemetery, Columbia

Yates, John

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