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Abner Monroe Perrin
- General
Abner Monroe Perrin was promoted to Brig.General of the 14th SC in September 1863.
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Date Added: 2/28/2011

Company A
John Henry Andrews
- 2nd Lieutenant
John was born in Darlington Co SC he enlisted at Lightwood Springs near Columbia SC on 10 Aug 1861. Enlisted in Capt W.J. Carters Co for the war. He enlisted as a Pvt and was elected to 3rd Lieutenant & later appointed to 2nd Lieut. His Regiment fought at Seven Days battle thru to Cold Harbor, Gains Mill, 2nd Manassas and Shepardstown, He was wounded in the left leg on 3 May in the battle of Chancellorsville which led to its being amputated below the knee. He is sent home on wounded furlough and remained their at Timmonsville, Darlington Co. SC. He resigned his commission on 14 Apr 1864. He was then assigned to the local Invalid Corps. His archival file is well documented. Note to Researchers. Their is another individual in this unit named J H Andrews. Enlisted same place same time. He is a Pvt and died of typhoid fever in Richmond 5 Aug 1862.. One of his CMR's lists his rank as Lieut.. not true... John is the father in law of my 3rd cousin 4x removed.
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Date Added: 10/17/2019

Company A
Sidney Carter
- 2nd Lieutenant
Sidney was 26 years old and from Darlington Co. SC. He enlisted at Lightwood Knot Springs on 10 Aug 1861 in Capt. W J Carter's Co. [Lynch Creek Guards]. This became Co A 14th SC Infantry. He was elected 1st Sgt. Feb 1862 elected to 2nd Jr Lieut. and to full 2nd Lieut Feb 1863. In Oct 1862 he is is on home leave for wounds received in Battle. Returned to his unit and was Wounded on the 1 July 1863 at Gettysburg and died of his wounds on 8 July. In a twist of fate he was mistakenly buried with the dead at Gettysburg with a Conn. Yankee Regiment. He is distantly related to me by marriage.
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Date Added: 2/22/2018

Company B
General Paul McNure
- Private
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Date Added: 5/11/2011

Company B
John Samual McNure
- Private
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Date Added: 5/11/2011

Company C
John Patrick Caldwell
Rank Unknown
JP Caldwell enlisted in 1861 and served through the war until surrendering at Appomattox. He was later a farmer in Laurens County, SC and served as Superintendent of the Confederate Soldiers Home in Columbia, SC
Contact Name: Dan Ellington
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Date Added: 1/9/2009

Company C
Wade Hampton Philips
- Private
My great great grand father,
Served with C co. 14th SC Infantry, wounded at Sharpsburg, wounded and let in the hands of the enemy Gettysburg July 1863, paroled and returned home at end of war.
Contact Name: PHILIP McDaniel
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Date Added: 10/1/2020

Company D
Abner Monroe Perrin
- Captain
Abner Perrin is cousin to the 5 YOUNG brothers in Co.G 14th SC. Abner Perrin Young is named after AMPerrin. He was promoted to Brig.General of the 14th SC.
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Date Added: 2/28/2011

Company E
Jesse Vandiver Gwin
- 1st Lieutenant
Jesse Vandiver Gwin of Spartanburg, SC (1832 - 1905) served with the 14th South Carolina for the entire war. He received battlefield promotions from Private up to 1st Lieutenant. He was wounded and captured for a short time at Gettysburg. He moved his family to Calhoun Co., Alabama after the war. He is my gggrandfather.
Contact Name: Mike Little
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Date Added: 11/23/2005

Company E
William T Meares
Rank Unknown
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Contact Name: Kevin Reeves
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Date Added: 4/5/2004

Company E
William Baylis Parsons
- Sergeant
William Baylis Parsons volunteered for the Confederate army on August 16, 1861 at the age of 18. He was part of Company E, South Carolina’s 14th Regiment, Gregg-McGowans Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Division, Stonewall Jackson’s Corps. He fought in 28 battles including Harper’s Ferry, Fredericksburg, Sharpsburg, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Chancellorsville, Deep Bottom, Second Manasses, and Spotsylvania at the 'Bloody Angle'. He was wounded 4 times, at Sharpsburg when a piece of shell hit his hand and at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863 he was wounded in the thigh. He was later captured and carried to David’s Island N.Y. and held prisoner for 2 months. He was wounded again at Orange courthouse and he was wounded a fourth time in 1864 at Deep Bottom, Virginia when a bullet went entirely through his shoulder. In the Battle of Wilderness, at great risk to his own life, he and his comrade, J. White Westmoreland, of Woodruff, SC saved the life of their Captain, H.P. Griffith, by carrying him in their arms off the field of battle. William Baylis Parsons died in 1934 at the age of 91 as the oldest Confederate veteran in Greenville County, South Carolina.
Contact Name: Paul Parsons
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Date Added: 8/26/2016

Company E
Charles Clayton Phillips
- Private
Died of wounds received in the Battle at Deep Bottom Virginia, He served with Company E, 14th Inf Reg. He was laid to rest in the Hollywood Confederate Cemetery in Richmond, VA. Section: Soldiers Section W Lot: 655
Contact Name: Roger Phillips III
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Date Added: 8/29/2012

Company F
John Gasaway DeShields
- Sergeant
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Contact Name: Shane Stone
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Date Added: 1/4/2011

Company F
William Winder Sloan
- Private
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Contact Name: Randy Williamson
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Date Added: 9/29/2007

Company G
Elijah B. Beagles
- Private
Injured at Gettysburg, and captured July 2, 1963.
Contact Name: Deb Baldock
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Date Added: 1/21/2005

Company G
John Hamilton Bickett
- Private
John Bickett was cousin of the 5 YOUNG brothers, CoG 14thSC, and also brother-inlaw of Abner Perrin Young,and also brother-inlaw of Rueben Weed, John Anthony Weed and Andrew William Wilson Weed.
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Date Added: 2/27/2011

Company G
Andrew Creswell Brown
- Private
Andy was brother-inlaw to the 5 YOUNG brothers in Co.G, 14thSC
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Date Added: 2/27/2011

Company G
Henry D. Cason
- Private
Henry D. Cason enlisted 9-1-1863 at Abbeville, S.C. He was a Private in Co. G 14th Regiment S.C. Infantry. He was in the hospital on several different occasions for bronchitis, and rubeola. He was killed in the Battle of Jones House, Petersburg, Virginia on September 30,1864.
Contact Name: Bobby Jones
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Date Added: 8/18/2003

Company G
Thomas V. Creswell
- Private
Thomas is buried at Lower Long Cane ARP church cemetery. He has a Confederate Veterans headstone.
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Date Added: 3/6/2011

Company G
Robert Drennan
- Private
Robert Drennan is brother-inlaw to Abner Perrin Young, 14th SC Co.G
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Date Added: 2/28/2011

Company G
James Derrick Ethridge
- Private
J D Ethridge enlisted in The Confederate States Army when he was 18 years old on Aug 17, 1861 in Abbeville County, SC. Company G, 14th Regiment, SC Volunteers. He was wounded when he was 19 years old in The Battle of Fredericksburg, VA., by a gun shot on the third day of battle Dec 13, 1862, which required amputation of his right leg. His leg was amputated by a surgeon in a battlefield hospital.

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Date Added: 5/11/2010

Company G
Thomas Alexander Robinson
- Private
Thomas was in the 14th SC Regiment Company G, along with his brother in-law Samuel Oliver Young and Sam's 4 brothers as well as other relatives. He was wounded June 1862 during the battle at Gaines Mill, VA, and killed in action 6 Aug.1864 at the Battle of Petersburg, VA. (history of 14th SC Regiment)
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Date Added: 3/4/2011

Company G
William Cowan Robinson
- Private
William was shot June 1862 at the Battle of Gaines Mill, VA. He entered into hospital 29 june 1862 until his wounds healed. He then went home but returned to Co.G 14thSC until he was discharged due to poor health. William served with his Robinson and Young cousins.
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Date Added: 3/6/2011

Company G
Andrew William Wilson Weed
- Private
Andrew W.W.Weed is brother-inlaw to Abner Perrin Young, CoG 14thSC
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Date Added: 2/27/2011

Company G
John Anthony Weed
Rank Unknown
John Anthony Weed served in 14th SC Regiment Co.G, along with his brothers Rueben Weed and Andrew William Wilson Weed, his 3 sisters husbands, brother-in-laws John H. Bickett, Robert Drennan and Abner Perrin Young and Abner's 4 brothers. John was killed in action July 1863 at the battle of Staunton, Va.
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Date Added: 2/28/2011

Company G
Abner Perrin Young
- 2nd Sergeant
Abner Perrin Young, one of 5 YOUNG brothers in Co.G 14th SC. Abner was killed in action, 2nd Manassas, 8/29/1862, and buried on the battlefield.
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Date Added: 2/27/2011

Company G
Alexander Franklin Young
- 1st Lieutenant
Frank Young, one of 5 brothers in Co.G,14th SC
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Date Added: 2/27/2011

Company G
George McComb Young
- Private
George McComb Young, one of 5 brothers in Co.G, 14th SC. George was wounded at the Battle of Gettysburg.
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Date Added: 2/27/2011

Company G
John Hamilton Young
- Private
John Hamilton Young, one of 5 brothers in Co.G, 14th SC. Hamilton was killed in action 6/27/1862 at Battle of Gaines Mill, VA (Seven Days Battle around Richmond).
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Date Added: 2/27/2011

Company G
Samuel Oliver Young
- Private
Samuel is my gg-grandfather and along with his 5 brothers and several cousins and other family members served in Co.G, as well as their pastor of Lower Long Cane ARP church in Troy, McCormick County, SC.
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Date Added: 2/27/2011

Company H
B J Eubanks
- Private
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Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/4/2008

Company H
Darby Eubanks
- Private
Killed in the battle of Port Royal with his brother.
Buried together in Akin S.C.
Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/4/2008

Company H
Darling Eubanks
- Private
died of wounds received at Port Royal, S.C.
Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/7/2008

Company H
Edmund A Eubanks
- Private
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Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/4/2008

Company H
Isacc Eubanks
- Private
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Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/4/2008

Company H
J L Eubanks
- Private
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Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/4/2008

Company H
Jason Eubanks
- Private
Killed with his brother Darby, at the Battle of Port Royal.
Both brothers buried in the same grave in Akin S.C.
Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/4/2008

Company H
Joseph W Eubanks
- Private
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Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/4/2008

Company H
Luther Eubanks
- Private
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Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/7/2008

Company H
Spann Eubanks
- Private
Wounded at Wilderness, Va.
Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/7/2008

Company H
Walter P Eubanks
- Private
b: April 4,1833 d: Dec 9, 1899

Buried: Mt Beula Baptist Church
Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/7/2008

Company H
Walter W. Eubanks
- Private
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Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/7/2008

Company H
Wilson Eubanks
- Private
Born: 1834
Died: 1899
Buried in: Mt. Beulah Baptist Church Cemetery
AIKEN COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/7/2008

Company H
Eubanks Staten
- Private
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Contact Name: William Jaynes
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Date Added: 8/7/2008

Company I
Albert Tate Baker
- Private
Born: 1842
Died: 1910
Contact Name: Greg Hubbard
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Date Added: 12/30/2013

Company I
Obe (Obediah) Cann
- Private
Member of Co. I, 14th SC Inf, CSA, Olde Abbeville SCV, #39. Exact dates of service unknown.
Contact Name: Jesse Harris
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Date Added: 3/25/2011

Company I
Samual Hall
- Private
I am looking for any information on Company I of this Regiment, and a roster of the men.
Contact Name: Rhonda Kimbrell-Lem
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Date Added: 5/11/2015

Company I
Samuel Hall
- Private
Pvt Samuel Hall was my Great Great Grandfather.
Contact Name: Roger Kimbrell
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Date Added: 5/12/2015

Company I
William A. Shaw
- Private
Died in Staunton Va. in 1860
Contact Name: William W. Boles III
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Date Added: 1/2/2018

Company K
Ancel B. Adams
- Private
I believe A.B.Adams, my Great-Great Grandfather was in the battle of Gettysburg, where he was wounded and became a POW. On August 5, 1863 he died at David Island Civil War Prison Camp in Long Island Sound, N.Y. He is buried at Cypress Hills National Cemetery in Broooklyn, N.Y. If anyone has additional information about his life, I would appreciate receiveing it.
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Date Added: 3/24/2006

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