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Cavalry Battalion, Holcombe Legion      
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David Philip Lagrone - Asst Surgeon   
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Contact Name:  David W. Keller
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  10/14/2011
Company Unknown
Perry Lucas - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Woodard
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Contact Homepage:  smwoodard68@aol.com
Date Added:  2/23/2017
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James T McCaa - Sergeant   
Not a relative but I had a piston with his name on it
Contact Name:  Robert Enik
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Date Added:  2/13/2014
Company A
John Griffin Winters - Private   
John was 30 years old when he enlisted 17 Mar 1862 in Darlington District SC . This was a consolidated Cavalry unit consisting of Hampton's Legion, 4th Battalion, Capt's Boykin's & Lipcomb's Companies. The South was running out of manpower. He was taken prisoner at Whitehall, NC and sent to Lookout Point, Md. He was released after swallowing the 'Yellow Dog' on 21 June 1865. He is distantly related to me by marriage.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  3/6/2019
Company B
James E Clifton - Private   
any more information about the unit or pictures would be awesome!
Contact Name:  Blake
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Contact Homepage:  blakerhoden08@gmail.com
Date Added:  10/24/2015
Company B
j j kendrick - Private   
enl. capt. hamiltons co sc provost guard 2nd sc cav paroled 5/8/65 buried skull shoals bapt. ch. gaffney sc
Contact Name:  joseph pridmore
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Date Added:  1/8/2009
Company B
Huger J Mickler - Corporal   
Born in Beaufort SC in 1836. Enlisted into the 9th South Carolina Volunteers Co.E as Corporal. When unit entered Confederate Service was redesignated as the 11th South Carolina Infantry Regiment. Transfered into Hamptons Legion Cavalry Battalion. Hamptons Cavalry Battn was later redesignated as the 2nd South Carolina Cavalry Regiment. He was in Company-B. Huger with his brother William were both one of the famed 'Iron Scouts' of Hampton. The regiment brought to Virginia, Huger and his brother William continued their scouting in Northern Virginia frequently working side by side with Col John S Mosby, the 'Grey Ghost of the Confederacy'.
In December 1862 during a scouting mission near Centerville Va in Prince William County his scouting party was ambushed by Federal Cavalry hidden in waiting beside a church. Huger was killed and left laying in the road. Local citizens with permission of the Federal officer in charge there retrieved the body and buried him in their local church yard.
Contact Name:  LtFrederick
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Date Added:  9/29/2009
Company B
William A. Mickler - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Kenneth M. Wilson
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Date Added:  7/24/2009
Company B
William Alfred Mickler - Lieutenant   
Born in Beaufort SC in 1840. Enlisted into the 9th South Carolina Volunteers Co.E as Private. When unit entered Confederate Service was redesignated as the 11th South Carolina Infantry Regiment. Transfered into Hamptons Legion Cavalry Battalion and promoted to Sergeant. Hamptons Cavalry Battn was later redesignated as the 2nd South Carolina Cavalry Regiment. He was in Company-B. He lead the first scouting assignment ordered by Gen Wade Hampton. William was a noted scout with daring abilities and one of the famed 'Iron Scouts' of Hampton. The regiment brought to Virginia, William and his brother Huger continued their scouting in Northern Virginia frequently working side by side with Col John S Mosby, the 'Grey Ghost of the Confederacy'. William was later wounded at the Battle of Brandy Station Va. promoted to Lieutenant he continued his service as his regiment was sent into North Carolina then southward. He surrendered and was paroled on April 16th 1865 in Augusta Ga. Died in 1917 in St.Augustine Fla.
Contact Name:  LtFrederick
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Date Added:  9/29/2009
Company C
James Washington Moore - 2nd Lieutenant   

Born in Beaufort
District, S.C.
Feb. 25, 1837
Died Dec 27, 1919
——
( CSA 2nd Lt., 2nd SC Cavalry, Company C
Later, as State Senator, served as Gen. for State Militia )
Grave Marker reads General James Washington Moore
Buried at Gillisonville (SC) Baptist Church Cemetery
Contact Name:  MAS
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Date Added:  2/5/2009
Company E
John Howard Morgan - Private   
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Contact Name:  Christopher H. Ezelle
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Date Added:  6/16/2013
Company E
R P Snoddy - Unknown   
2nd Great Grandfather
Contact Name:  R W Stepp
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Date Added:  10/13/2018
Company G
John Edward Bradley - Sergeant   
Erskine College (SC) senior in Apr '61. Enlisted in 7th SC Inf and served in VA, but reenlisted for the Cav in Apr '62 and joined troop G (Bonham's Light Dragoons), 2DSCC. Served mostly with the 'Iron Scouts' while in VA, but was with the Regt in MD and PA for all invasions and Cav raids. Rotated back to SC/NC coast with the Regt in May '64. Shown as 'present' on last avail Regt muster roll in Dec 64...but--like most of the scouts--does not seem to appear to be on a surrender roll anywhere. Later Abbeville District planter, SC legislator, engineer, and educator (Orig Life Trustee at Clemson College). Died in 1907. (Grandfather of USAF 4-star GEN Mark Edward Bradley, 1907-1999.)
Contact Name:  Robert L McGarity, COL Army Ret
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Date Added:  4/25/2008
Company G
James Hunter Simpson - Private   
James Hunter Simpson - b.1843, Due West (Abbeville, SC); d. 1898 - Due West, SC - buried Bethlehem ARP Church, HWY 20 - Due West, SC
Contact Name:  Mark A Simpson
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Date Added:  3/2/2010
Company H
Oswell William Sill - Private   
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Contact Name:  Beth Guess
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Date Added:  1/15/2008
Company I
William Albert Howle - Private   
1835-1917 Enlisted on 1 May 1862 in Yorktown, Virginia. Was probably in Hampton's Legion prior to this date, but have not been able to find record of this.
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  9/20/2013
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