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Cavalry Battalion, Holcombe Legion      
Company A
Abraham Hert - Private   
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Contact Name:  Debbie Knight
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Date Added:  5/27/2009
Company A
Uriah James Hood - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Fred Royal
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Date Added:  3/14/2007
Company A
Alfred A. Pardue - Sergeant   
A.A. Pardue died of disease in University Hospital in Knoxville, TN on Oct 29, 1862. He is buried in Bethel Cemetery in Knoxville along with approximately 1600 other C.S.A. soldiers. The undertaker made a list of the soldiers that he buried during the war. Either he wrote the name incorrectly or it was not legible. He is listed on the plaque at the cemetery as A.A. Parden. His widow, Rebecca Pardue is buried at Rock Hill Cemetery in Brunson, SC along with her daughter Mary Alice Pardue Sullivan and son-in-law Jefferson Darling Sullivan.
Contact Name:  Angie Henley
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Date Added:  8/19/2013
Company B
Thomas David Justin Howle - Private   
1838-1867 Enlisted on 1 Dec 1861 at Camp Hampton (near Columbia). Captured at Missionary Ridge on 25 Nov 1863. Released from Rock Island Military Prison 18 June 1865.
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  9/19/2013
Company C
Samuel McManus - Private   
Samuel McManus was captured at Atlanta, GA., August 31st, 1864
Contact Name:  John Dove
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Date Added:  6/6/2010
Company C
Thorney Snell - Private   
Thorney Snell, PVT Btry C 19th Regt Fld Arty Repl CP
Jackson, SC USA
Buried at: Section 28, Sit 124
Arlington National Cemetery

Born: 7 Jul 1894
Died: 6 Sep 1960
Contact Name:  Wanda
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Date Added:  4/15/2008
Company D
William Hardy Matthews - Private   
William Hardy Matthews was born 8 Aug. 1844 in that part of Edgefield County that in 1895 became Saluda County. He married Irene Amanda Havird (b. Feb. 1851 d. 30 Aug. 1907). His nickname was 'Butterfly Bill.' He died 25 Mar 1924 in Cool Springs,Saluda County, South Carolina and is buried at Sardis Baptist Church, Saluda, South Carolina. His wife is buried in the Z.C. Havird Cemetery, Saluda, South Carolina.
Contact Name:  Wayne Matthews
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Date Added:  10/14/2005
Company D
John J Rushton - Private   
John Rushton, age 20, captured at Missionary Ridge November, 1863;
Contact Name:  Shannon Gahan
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Date Added:  3/4/2010
Company D
James William Vines - Private   
James Vines of Saluda, SC, (Coleman''s Crossroad) died in 1913 and is buried with his second wife, Josephine Pardue Vines, at Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery, Saluda, SC.
Contact Name:  Van B. Thomas, Jr.
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Date Added:  10/12/2004
Company E
john h foster - Private   
enl 8/1/63 5th sc st troops 6mo.enl.11/63 19th scinf paroled 5/19/65 agusta ga my grgrgrandfather buried coyle family cemetery gaffney sc
Contact Name:  joseph pridmore
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Date Added:  1/8/2009
Company E
Robert Young McLeod - 1st Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Waverley T. McLeod Jr.
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Contact Homepage:  mcleod
Date Added:  10/26/2010
Company F
Samuel Thomas McAdams - Private   
Captured at Chickamauga and imprisoned 18 months at Rock Island IL
Contact Name:  Jason Pruitt
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Date Added:  10/16/2008
Company G
John G(ordon) C(?aldwell?) Drennan - Private   
John G. C. Drennan, born 1843, had been farming with his widowed mother and two sisters when he enlisted. He was wounded at the Battle of Atanta on 20 July 1864, but was back with his regiment when it was surrendered at high Point and paroled at Grensboro. He returned to rural Lowndesville and died there in summer 1873 at age 30 years and 12 days, leaving his mother, two spinster sisters, one daughter, and two sons.
Contact Name:  Bernard Schaaf
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Date Added:  7/30/2006
Company G
Sebron Sebastian McCurry - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ron D. McCurry
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Date Added:  10/26/2004
Company G
john valentine schrader - Private   
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Contact Name:  john terry
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Date Added:  3/19/2014
Company H
Joseph Joel Ashcraft - Private   
Joseph was the son of Joel Ashcraft and Martha 'Patsey' Ferguson. Joseph was living in Chester Co. SC near his mother when he enlisted. His mother moved to Bradley (now Cleveland) Co. AR before 1870 near her other sons who had returned home after serving with the 26th AR Infantry.

Joseph enlisted in Chester Dist. SC as a private with Capt. Senn's Co. H on November 18, 1862 and was captured July 3, 1864 near Marietta GA during the Atlanta Campaign. He was imprisoned at Camp Morton IN until March 15th of 1865. He was part of a prisoner exchange, was hospitalized in Richmond VA the 22nd of March and was paroled in Charlotte NC May 23, 1865.
Contact Name:  Norman V. Ashcraft
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Date Added:  1/31/2006
Company H
Benjamin Buntin Harvley - Corporal   
Benjamin joined the 19th as a private and mustered out a corporal.
Contact Name:  Robin Pearson Wilson
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Date Added:  3/7/2011
Company H
Charles T. Leroy - Unknown   
Charles T. Leroy had been wounded and captured; he was taken by train to a hospital at Forsyth GA where he died 9 Aug 1864. Buried Confederate Cemetery at Forsyth GA.

Note: I have no connection to this soldier other than he served with Joseph J. Ashcraft.
Contact Name:  Sharon Ashcraft
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Date Added:  1/12/2008
Company I
John Thomas Clamp - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ronald Clamp
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Contact Homepage:  www.ronclamp.com
Date Added:  5/30/2008
Company I
James Robert Sims - Private   
Killed at Chickamauga
Contact Name:  Laura Boydston
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Date Added:  10/29/2007
Company I
John Alexander Sims - Private   
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Contact Name:  Laura Boydston
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Date Added:  10/29/2007
Company I
Samuel Seborn Sims - Private   
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Contact Name:  Laura Boydston
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Date Added:  10/29/2007
Company I
Thomas Benjamin Sims - Private   
wounded in the neck at Murfreesboro
Contact Name:  kcwebchic@yahoo.com
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Date Added:  10/29/2007
Company K
James Green - Private   
James Green, Samuel Green, and John Green, all of Graniteville and each belonging to Co. K, 19th SC Infantry, were my Great-grand Uncles.
Contact Name:  Tom Martin
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Date Added:  12/13/2009
Company K
John Green - Private   
John Green, Samuel Green, and James Green, all of Graniteville and each belonging to Co. K, 19th SC Infantry, were my Great-grand Uncles.
Contact Name:  Tom Martin
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Date Added:  12/13/2009
Company K
Samuel Green - Private   
Samuel Green, John Green, and James Green, all of Graniteville and each belonging to Co. K, 19th SC Infantry, were my Great-grand Uncles.
Contact Name:  Tom Martin
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Date Added:  12/13/2009
Company K
William Martin Raborn - Private   
WM Raborn was wounded at Battle of Stones River, Murfreesboro, TN, on 1 Jan 1863. He died 7 days later and is buried in the Confederate section of Murfreesboro cemetery.
Contact Name:  Bryce Raborn
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Date Added:  5/15/2013
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