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4th South Carolina Cavalry CSA

Name: John Alexander BirdRank: Private Company: A
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Name: James Clothier BurchRank: Private Company: A
James was born in 1828 in Mount Crogan, Chesterfield Co. So.Car. he was 32 years old when he joined on 22 April 1861, enlisted by J.C. Craig. He was in [Rutledge's] Company. He was captued at Lynch's Creek on 25 Feb. 1865 and transported to Hart's Island in N.Y Harbour. He was released on 16 June 1865 after 'swallowing the yellow dog... '
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Name: John Sebrey BurchRank: Private Company: A
John was born in Mount Crogan, Chesterfield County, So.Car. in 1821 and was abt. 40 years old when he joined Co. A 4th Regt. S.C. Cav. [Rutledge's] on 19 Feb. 1864 at Camp. He has several brothers and cousins in this unit.
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Name: Joseph Jackson BurchRank: 4th Sergeant Company: A
Joseph was born in 1823 and was 37 years old when he joined Co A. 4th S.Car. Cav. [Rutledge's] His was a family effort to drive out the invaders as he had three brothers in this unit.
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Name: W. P. BurchRank: Private Company: A
He enlisted at [camp Pocotaligo, So.Car.] on 1 April 1864 in Co A. 4th So.Car. Cavalry [Rutledge's] CMR: Feb.29 to 31 Aug. 1864. He is detailed as a courier at Brigade HQ. then on extended or daily duty assigned as Provost Guard.
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Name: William Meadow BurchRank: Private Company: A
William was 20 years old when he joined [at camp] on 22 April 1862. Enlisted by J. C. Craig. He is with several family members [Brothers] in this unit. [A real and true 'Band of Brothers', not some made up hollywood name. He is detailed on Fatigue Duty for the Regimental Quatermaster. In August 1863 he is again on detached duty as courier at Dist. HQ by order of Col. Rutledge
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Name: Thomas GillespieRank: Private Company: A
Co A. 12th Battalion SC Cavalry to Rutledge's Reg't
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Name: James JohnsonRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: A
James was a brother in law to the Burch family having married Elizabeth Thomas Burch of Mount Crogan, Chesterfield Co. So.Car.
He enlisted at Cheraw,So.Car. on 26 Dec.1861, enlisted by J.C Craig as a Pvt. in Co. A Rutledge's Cav. Regt. He was promoted to Bvt.2nd Lieut in July 1863. He is temporarily assigned as a trainer on the drill field. May 1864 he is in hospital with dx.Inf.Febris he is in Butler's Brigade. Return to duty 1 June 1864. CMR Shot in left foot on 29 Sept. 1864 and sent to hosp. Sent on wounded leave to Chesterfield District So. Car. He is away on leave when his unit is inspected by Maj.Gen. Wade Hampton on 30 Nov. near Petersburg, Va.
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Name: Henry Pressley McMillanRank: Private Company: A
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Name: James D. McMillanRank: Corporal Company: A
Killed at Monroe's Farm, 1865.
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Name: William Henry MooreRank: Private Company: A
Wounded at Hawe's Shop. Captured POW after Greensboro, NC post 9 Apr 1865 and imprisoned at Point Lookout, MD.
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Name: Henry Alexander BrakefieldRank: 3rd Corporal Company: B
Henry was 24 years old. He enlisted at Grahamville, [Camp Hampton] 0n 20 Jan 1862. In Sept 1863 he is detailed to seed wheat. In 1864 he is given leave for 40 days to find himself a horse. He was paroled 26th April 1865. He was in Logan's Brigade at the time of surrender. He is my 3rd cousin 4x removed and the son in law of Sarah Thomas 1814 - 1879.
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Name: John Marion BrakefieldRank: Private Company: B
John, was born in Armenia,Chester County SC. He was about 31 when he joined Capt O Barber's Co 2nd Battn: SC Vol. Cavalry AKA 10th Battalion. Enlisting at Camp Hampton on 20 Jan 1862 for 1 year and re-enliting for the war. He survived and raised a large family.
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Name: Thomas Christenberry BrakefieldRank: Private Company: B
Thomas was born in Chester County SC. He enlisted May 1861 In Captain Barber's Co. Mustered in at Grahamville, [Camp Hampton]. Oct 1863 finds him on picket duty and assigned to the ambulance Corps in May of 1864. He served honorably thru out the war and was paroled with his unit in April 1865 in Hillsborough, NC.
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Name: Jacob Elias CorderRank: Private Company: B
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Name: John D Marcus KeithRank: Private Company: C
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Name: John J. Swaney Rank: Private Company: C
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Name: Nathan ThomasRank: Private Company: C
Nathan enlisted in Co. C 12 Battn: S.C Cav. at Bennettsville, , Marlboro District, South Carolina on 12 Jan 1862. Enlisted by Capt. W.P. Emanuel for 12 months. This unit was mustered into the field as 4th Squadron S.C. Cavallry. This unit was consolidated with the 10th Battn: S.C. Cav. and two independent companies to form 4th Regt. SC Cav. Nathan Enlisted in the 4th on 1 May 1862 at camp on Cat Island S.C. in Co.C 4th SC Vol's, He is home sick from 8 July to 7 August 1862.
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Name: Samuel Henry BradhamRank: Private Company: D
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Name: William J. RogersRank: Private Company: D
William was born in Georgia near the SC Line on 18 Apr 1841. He enlisted 30 Oct 1861 at South Santee South Carolina In Co D 4th SC Cav. [Rutledge's] In June 1864 he is in Butlers Brigade.
He is about 20 years old. He fought with his unit throughout the war. He was on detached duty at Stones Creek with a disabled horse. He is the Father in Law of my 4th Cousin 3 x removed, Motie Rogers of Florence, SC 1880-1931
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Name: Ebenezer B. RoweRank: Private Company: D
B.1821 D. about 1900 unable to find death record. First reported in Capt. Thomas Pinckney's Co.A St. James Squadron Byrd's Battalion Sept. 1862. June 1863 Muster Roll shows he was paid $24.40 for use of his own horse & owed 6 mo. pay for use of own gun. Detailed by order of Gen. Beauregard for special duty {unknown}. March to Aug. 1864 absent on horse detail. Dismounted since Aug. 1864. Reg. reported to Gen. Hampton in Va. May 28, 1864. A wonderful letter home describes duty below Petersburg defending South Side RR to Weldon NC. Making up brestworks . 1st battle of Hatchers Run Oct. 27 '64 death of Gen. Hampton's son Preston. Being on skrimish line. Woods in front of his position 'strewed' with dead yankees. Engaging enemy sharpshooters. Being renforced with Conf. infantry. Etc. He is buried in St. Paul Cemt. Summerton SC. and is brother to John M. Rowe 5th SC Cav. & James L. Rowe of 23rd SC Inf.
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Name: Thomas W. TannerRank: Private Company: D
Thomas was the husband of Matilda A. Foxworth. He was a Private in Company F, Fourth Regiment Cavalry, SC Volunteers, in the Confederate States Provisional Army.
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Name: Laughlin Buie McLaurinRank: Unknown Company: E
Lauchlin was about 34 years old when he enlisted for service in Co E.4th SC Cavalry. This unit was raised in Marlboro Co. SC. He is not listed in the Natinal Archives. However He is found in the book History of Marlboro Co. SC written by J.A.W. Thomas [ his father in law ] Laughlin survived the war.
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Name: John BlackmanRank: Private Company: F
John was the son of John and Elizabeth Lane Blackman. He was married to Caroline Mears and Ann Bird.

The following account comes from the book A History of Marion County by W.W. Sellers:

'The whole South might be challenged to Produce a parrallel to John Blackman for unquestioned patriotism and cool courage. He volunteered in the Southern cause at the age of fifty-nine; he went into the army in Virginia, and after staying in service, was discharged on account of his age.

He knocked around the camp for three or four days, with a discharge in his pocket. In the meantime, a battle occured. Jack went back to his company, took his gun and went into the fight, was shot through the abdomen, the ball passing out at the rear-it happened not to cut any of his intestines, and Jack survived it; he lay in the hospital for two or three months, and then returned home.

Jack Blackman lived to be ninety years of age; in many respects, he was the noblest man of his day. Jack ought to have a monument erected to his memory-it is already erected in the hearts of all who knew him and knew of him.'
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Name: Edward C. CollinsRank: Sergeant Company: F
Serg. Edward C. Collins 1829-died about 1910 enlisted with Co F, 4th SC Calvary, CSA. He was from Ariel's Crossroads, Marion, SC & was one of 4 brothers that enlisted with the CSA. He was the only one to survive the war. He was the son of John J. Collins (War of 1812 Vet.) & Elizabeth Wheeler (sister of Gen. E.B Wheeler). His widow applied for a pension in Florida 1910 (so he must have living there when he died). His brother (John E. Collins) was my GGG-grandfather. Burial unknown.
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Name: Richard William McAlhanyRank: Private Company: G
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Name: John Johnston CRAIGRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted in 1863 as a private.
Fought on 28-29 May 1864 at Hawes' Shop, VA.
Fought on 30 May 1864 at Cold Harbor, VA.
Fought on 11 Jun 1864 at Trevillian Station, VA.
Fought on 24 Jun 1864 at Petersburg, VA.
Fought on 15 Aug 1864 at Morris Island, SC.
Fought on 25 Sep 1864 at Virginia.
Fought on 15 Oct 1864 at Virginia.
J. J. Craig died in 1866 after a long illness which began in the war.
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Name: John. M. HARPERRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted March 1863 at Camp Pritchard in Company H, 4 SC Cavalry, Rutledge's Regiment. He was 5 feet 7 inches tall, dark complexion, grey eyes and dark hair. He was discharged from duty due to chronic nephritis and diarrhea.
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Name: John Madison PerryRank: Private Company: H
Feb 1863 detailed as clerk to Lt Col Wm Stokes, commanding. According to Lt Col Stokes account, he disbanded the Regiment and sent the men home. When left with no mules to pull the Headquarters wagon, Stokes burned it rather than have it fall into Union hands. Therefore no Muster Roll record after Dec 1864.
The widow's pension application states that he surrendered at Greensboro NC on 26 Apr 1865.
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Name: Avery Nelson TerrellRank: Private Company: H
He is also listed as serving 90 days in 1862-63 in the sixth South Carolina Reserves
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Name: Robert Yancey CadeRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Robert Strong TisdaleRank: Sergeant Company: I
Enlisted May 1, 1862 at Cat Island, South Carolina. Served at engagements at Combanee River, Lowndes Mills, Cunningham's Bluff all here in S. C. Requested a transfer to D Co. 2nd S. C. Artillery around Nov. - Dec. 1863 with the rank of Private, so that he could be with his cousins. While with the artillery unit he saw service at James and John's Island, Fort Sumter, Charleston bombardment and Burden's Causeway, (all in South Carolina).
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