Officers Senn, Rufus D., CaptainGill, George C., 1st Lieutenant Belcher, George W., 2nd Lieutenant, joined as a 3rd Lieutenant Richbourg, Rufus N., 2nd Lieutenant White, James M., 2nd Lieutenant, joined as a Private
NonCommissioned Officers Mauldin, Lemuel C., 1st SergenantStockman,, T. P., Sergeant Major, joined as a Private Addison, G. W., Sergeant, joined as a Corporal Carroll, A. E., Sergeant, joined as a Corporal Mauldin, Lemuel C., Sergeant Mullinax ( Mullinix ), W. C., Sergeant Phillips, W. J., Sergeant, joined as a Corporal Black, A. P., Corporal, joined as a Private Ellis, M. M., Corporal Miles, Edward H., Corporal, joined as a Private Prince, Hugh M., Corporal, joined as a Private Simpson, Hugh, Corporal, joined as a Private Weir ( Neir ), W. S., Corporal, joined as a Private Trevet, L. H., Drummer
Privates Adams, James H.Aiken, William Alewine, T. A. ( T. H. ) ( T. F. ) Alexander, Robert Carson Morrison, Born 24 July 1815 at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. He later served with Captain John Hardin in Company E, 3rd Battalion, Senior Reserves from Chester County. Died 07 April 1892 at Chester, South Carolina. Buried in Evergreen Cemetery at Chester, SC. Alexander, William Alexander, Wilson Alford, J. C. Ammon ( Ammons ) ( Ammens ), Solomon Anderson, C. D. Ard, W. J. Atkinson, John T. Balentine, George Barfield, G. W. Baugh, William Baughman, W. G. ( W. C. ) Beckham, W. G. Bell, A. T. Bell, J. M. Benjamin ( Benjamine ), M. Blackman, J. W. Blackman, W. J. Blakely ( Blakeley ), Edwin Bland, Charles Boatwright, Benjamin Boatwright, John H. ( K. ) ( R. ) Boney, Arthur Boney, Samuel Boyd, B. F. Boyle, Pat Brice, I. N. Brock, Stephen ( L. ) Brock, W. T. Brown, D. R. Brown, Isaac Brown, W. F. Busby, Christopher Campbell, G. Edward Campbell, W. A. Campbell, William M. Cannon, Benjamin Chambers, J. H. Clark, Isaac H. Clayton, J. J. Cockfield, W. H. Coker, S. M. Cook, A. J., Orangeburg County, POW at Hart's Island, April - July, 1865 Cook, T. D. Cook, Thomas C. Courtney, William Cowan, John Cox, Carwile Crawford, Robert Creswell, R. P. Creswell, Thomas Cribb, Thomas Cromer, J. L. Crook, D. S. ( D. L. ) Cunningham, J. J. Curry, T. R. Dale ( Dail ), Elias Davenport ( Devenport ), Moses Devine, Jerry Dickerson, T. E. Dinkins, R. Dobbins, Jesse Dobson, J. L. Driggers, Elisha Drinkard, George Duzenberry, George Earwood, A. Easler, Joel Eaves, Joseph S. Edwards, J. B. Edwards, J. M. Egan, John Elison ( Elixon ), Bryant English, William J. Enlow, A. G. ( A. Y. ) Eubanks, Walter Evans, W. C. Featherston, R. D. Ferrell, H. M. Fincklea ( Finklea ), Willis Finley ( Findley ), James Fleming, Green ( Griffin ) Floyd, J. E. Floyd, N. P., also served in 2nd SC Cavalry, Co F. Fowler, Shelton Franklin, B. Franklin, M. Fulmer, J. A. ( J. H. ) Gainey, E. Gamble, George Givings ( Givins ), A. J. Givings, Henry Gladden, J. L. Going, D. D. Good, H. Graham, O. B. H. Graham, W. N. Gray, W. D. Gregg, R. J. Gunter, W. Hamilton, Robert Hancock, Daniel Harden ( Hardin ) ( Harten ), F. A. Hardwick, L. M. Harkness, J. J. Hames ( Harney ), Joshua Harms ( Ham ), William Harris, W. T. Harten, John A. Hawkins, John Hawthorn, O. P. Hendrix, A. Herring, William Hilton, W. N. Hipp, James Hodge, Alfred Horn ( Hom ), Crayton Hornsby, W. H. Huckabee, W. G. Hughes, A. Hughes, R. E. Humphreys, J. T. Humphreys, Samuel L. Hyatt, James H. Inabinet, Anaburke, Orangeburg County, POW at Hart's Island, April - July, 1865 Ivey, R. Jamison, W. C. Jeffcoat, Jacob Johnson, J. T. Jones, A. S. Jones, D. S. ( D. K. ) Jones, Henry Jones, J. E. Jones, R. P. Jones, T. J. Jordan, J. W. Judy, J. J. Kearney, Richard Kennedy, E. G. Kennedy, F. Kennedy, W. P. Kinard, Drayton T., also served in 2nd SC Cavalry, Co D. Klugh, H. G. Koon, J. S. ( J. L. ) Lake, John R. Langley, R. L. Langston, Ben Latimer, W. T. ( N. T. ) Lee, W. D. Lever, J. D. Love, T. M. Loyless, William Malone, John Malone, S. Mangum, J. B. Mattison, Wyatt Mauldin, M. Mc Adams, J. J. Mc Call, T. M. Mc Cauley, M. Mc Collough, J. W. Mc Cormick, P. H. Mc Elroy, J. W. Mc Fadden, R. B. ( P. B. ) Mc Garity ( Mc Garrity ), G. Frank Mc Gougan, Dan Mc Lane, J. D. Means, H. F. Melton, Allen Merchant, D. H. Metz ( Metzs ), George Miles, R. F. Miles, Thomas H. ( A. ) Miller, Jacob Miller, Z. Mills, A. Montgomery, J. A. Morris, G. T. Morris, J. T. Neal, William Nelson, Hiram Newby, John Norris, A. M. Norris, Henry Norris, Herbert F. Nunnery, B. T. Odom ( Odam ), J. D. Olney, W. H. Orcutt, L. Osborn, W. M. Pack, W. F. Padget, Josiah Pardue, John Parrish, James M. Parrish, W. N. ( W. W. ) Patterson, Robert Pearson, I. W. Phillips, W. R. Pollard, Joshua Posey, Edward ( Eldred ) Posten ( Postin ), Alfred Price, John Pursley, John Raser ( Razor ), L. J. Reeder, A. M. Remley, William H. Rhine, Noah Rhodes, B. F. Ridgeway, L. M. Riley, O. D. A. Robertson, A. M. Rodgers, I. L. Rogers, Anderson Roland, J. J., also served in 2nd SC Cavalry, Co F. Roller, William Rykard ( Ricard ) ( Rikand ), Frederick ( Fredls ) ( Fed ) Satterfield, E. Scurry, J. C. Setzler, Jacob Shedd, Joseph, also served in 2nd SC Cavalry, Co F. Shira, William Shoemaker ( Shumake ) ( Shumate ), G. W. ( G. N. ) Simpson, L. R. ( I. R. ) Simpson, W. D. Sloan, Robert Smith, J. K. Smith, W. B. Snider, Henry Snyder ( Smyer ), J. R. Steen, John Stephenson ( Stevenson ), J. G. Stephenson ( Stevenson ), W. G. Stephenson ( Stevenson ), W. J. Stockman, L. P. Suber, F. M. ( J. M. ) Taylor, E. B. Taylor, T. J. Tennant, J. B. Thomas, W. P. Thompson, William Timberlake, J. C. Tindal, I. J. Towers, A. B. Tribble, E. K. Trowbridge, S. F. Turner, William Vareen, J. D. Walton, W. P. Watts, J. G. Weaver, J. A. Weeks, Hampton Weeks, I. M. Wheeler, Alex White, William Wiggins, Britten Williams, H. Wilson, W. T. Woods, D. M. Wylie, Jonathan Young, James M.
Note: The only record of service for Senn's Company is in Guard Duty at the Richland Jail. The number of troops indicates they also did service at Camp Sorghum and Camp Asylum, know to be guarded by Local Defense troops. The number also indicates that the number was so large since the men had war related factory jobs. Also, many were younger than age of conscription and joined other units as the became of age. In addition to POW guard duty, there is some evidence that assited in maintaining Civil Order, guarded the various bridges amd military resources of the area.
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