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Company A
william earl fowler
- Private
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Contact Name: patrick phillips
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Date Added: 5/13/2009

Company A
Calis C Miller
- Private
Looking for information on Calis Miller brother
Burr (napolean Miller.


Contact Name: Jessie Lewis Matthews
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Date Added: 5/20/2019

Company A
Gary Sparks
- Private
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Contact Name: T.strickland
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Date Added: 12/28/2012

Company A
Jesse Sparks
- Private
B;1820Union SC D:1875 SC
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Date Added: 12/28/2012

Company A
John Franklin Sparks
- Private
Born in 1834 Union SC.Enlisted Dec 28 1861 Camp Hampton Columbia SC. shows hes sick at CSA Hospital in Richmond VA Jan 22 1862 & Dies on Nov 31 1861.in Richmond Va {possibly the Chimbrozo Hospital VA. ?
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Date Added: 12/28/2012

Company A
Levi Sparks
- Private
B:1826 Union SC-D:1899 SC
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Date Added: 12/28/2012

Company A
Magary S. Sparks
- Private
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Date Added: 12/28/2012

Company B
James Harrison Vinson
- Private
He was from Union, SC and served throughout the war and is buried at Bethlehem United Methodist Church in Union, SC.
Contact Name: Hoyle Vinson, Jr
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Date Added: 4/14/2007

Company C
Noah Odell Bell
- Private
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Contact Name: Greg Hubbard
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Date Added: 12/30/2013

Company C
pleasant gossett
- Private
fought in the battle of sharpsburg,five forks,salor's creek,charlestion,rappahannock,second manassas,kinstion, wilmington nc, the crater, peterburg, and appomattox
Contact Name: caleb
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Date Added: 7/13/2011

Company C
William Thomas Jackson
- Corporal
William Thomas Jackson was born October 27, 1845 in Fairforest, SC. He served in the 18th SCVI, Company 'C' known as the Cross Keys Boys,from October 09,1863 until April 10, 1865. He had both arms broken in the explosion of the mine at the Crater and was wounded in both shoulders at the battle of Burgess Mill, Va. He died on March 14, 1925 in Cross Keys,SC. He was married three times and had 9 children. He owned two farms and a country store at his death.
Contact Name: Max Jackson
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Date Added: 4/25/2007

Company C
Simpson Malone
- Private
Buried at Lisbon Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Mountville, Laurens Co., S.C.
Contact Name: Jo Ann Harris
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Date Added: 6/18/2005

Company D
James Jefferson Estes
- Private
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Contact Name: Russell Estes
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Date Added: 6/10/2014

Company D
Thomas Jefferson Hallum
- Sergeant
My 3rd Great Uncle. Moved to Arkansas after the war.
Contact Name: Michael L. Upchurch
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Date Added: 4/30/2015

Company D
George W (ashington) Smith
- Private
Was married to Eliza Jane Cooper.
He left that relationship sometime after the war.
Lost all contact after he left Eliza.
Information as to where he went and where he is buried would be appreciated. He was born 12/12/1837 and may have died in 1907. He was from Grove Station, Anderson District, South Carolina.
Contact Name: Berry Kennedy
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Date Added: 3/21/2007

Company E
Miles Oliver Knighton
- Private
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Contact Name: Lamar Nelson
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Date Added: 5/24/2016

Company F
John Black
- Private
Dob;1825 union SC Maried to Susan Elizabeth Taylor from Union SC.Dod;feb 20 1862 measles epidemic camp Hampton Columbia South Carolina[ enlisted at Davises old field union SC Dec 18 1861 {make note confederate batteries opened fire on fort sumter april 12 1861 Charleston SC .under the command of Brigadier General Pierre G.T. Beauregard CSA }
Contact Name: trisstrickland
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Date Added: 11/17/2011

Company F
James Mullinax
- Private
Enlisted in the Confederate Army on December 18, 1861 at Camp Hampton. On December 28, 1861, assigned to Company F, 18th SC. Infantry Brigade. Died of disease Feb. 18, 1862 in Charleston, SC.
James was the illegitimate son of a Stroup and Mary Velilah
Contact Name: Barbara Selletti
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Contact Homepage: http://bselletti.tripod.com
Date Added: 5/27/2005

Company F
Jacob C. Pridmore
- Private
Enlisted Jan 21 1864 Charleston SC.{under 7th SC reserves Dec 21 1864 Charleston SC.{wife Elizabeth Regina Taylor} Jacob born Dec 30 1825 Union Dist. South Carolina Died Dec 31 1910 Cherokee co. SC. (my 3rd grt uncle)
Contact Name: T.strickland
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Date Added: 12/7/2012

Company F
jacob c pridmore
- Private
enlisted at charleston,sc,jan21,1864 after serving w/7th sc reserves buried at mesopotamia meth. ch. my grgrgrandfather
Contact Name: joseph pridmore
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Date Added: 9/19/2008

Company F
madison pridmore
- Private
enlisted at davis'old field,union,sc dec18,1861 paroled appomattox c h april 9 1865 my grgruncle
Contact Name: joseph pridmore
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Date Added: 9/19/2008

Company G
Abner A. Chapman
- Private
Abner joined on 19 Dec. 1863. He was with Holcombe's Legion, Elliots Brigade. He was captured at the 'Crater' at Petersburg. He died of Chronic diarrhea while a prisoner of war at Elmira.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 10/3/2013

Company G
W J Dowdle
- Private
Killed at the Battle of the Crater. Memorial to PVT Dowdle and other S. Carolinians killed at the Crater located on a plaque in the Old Blandford Church, Blandford Cemetary, Petersburg, VA.

Old Blandford Church website

http://www.craterroad.com/oldblandfordchurch.html
Contact Name: JD
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Date Added: 8/31/2012

Company H
Andrew James HARPER
- Sergeant
Enlisted as a private. Promoted to Sargent. Killed at Gettysburg, PA.
Contact Name: Cheri Rodgers Amarna
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Date Added: 1/2/2012

Company I
Francis Marion Hodge
- Private
Francis was about 25 years old when he joined on 2 April 1862 at Charleston. Enlisted by Col. Gadberry. His original enlistment document survived. He suffers from chronic diarrhea and is hospitalized several times. In March 1864 he is on detached duty as a Teamster. In April 1864 he is in the hospital in Wilmington NC. He has not been paid in 8 months. Last record of pay was 31 Dec 1863. 29 March 1865 he suffers a gunshot to the left ankle and is in the hospital in Farmville Va. He survived the war and lived to at least 1880. He was the husband of my 2nd cousin 4 x removed Sarah L Young.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 6/27/2017

Company I
John Calhoun Hogge
- Private
John was born in Johnson Co. North Carolina. He was 25 years old when he enlisted in Darlington District So. Carolina on 6 Feb 1862 and mustered in at Charleston, S C on 14 April. He was 5 foot ten inches tall, blue eyes,black hair and dark complexion. He fought until the end. Paroled at Appamatox on 9 April 1865. He was the husband of my 4th great aunt, Catherine Howle 1853 - 1866. She was his 2nd wife.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 12/13/2018

Company I
Andrew Batson Odom
- Sergeant
Andy served from early 1862 until the surrender at Appomatox. He was wounded in action during the siege of Petersburg, VA shortly before the battle of the Crater, and was sent to SC to recuperate. This was fortunate as the explosion that formed the Crater resulted in many casualties in the 18th SC Infantry.
Contact Name: Hugh Odom
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Date Added: 1/20/2009

Company I
William Francis Wilks
- Private
William was 19 years old from Darlington Co. SC. He joined Capt J.W. Norwood's Co H 18th SC Vol's. at Camp Hampton 10 Jan 1862. This became Co I 18th SC Infantry. He served honorably thru the war and was captured on the Petersburg line on 25 March 1865. Sent to Point Lookout and released on 6 June 1865 after ' Swallowing the Yellow Dog'.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 2/5/2018

Company I
James M Young
- Private
James was born 19 Oct 1836 in Effingham Twp, Darlington co. SC. He has 14 items in his archival file. He enlisted 26 Mar 1862 at Darlington Court House, Darlington Co. SC. and mustered at Charleston. Moving into Virginia he fought at 2nd Manassas, South Mountain, Sharpsburg, Rappahannock Station, Siege of Jackson, Miss. Returned to Charleston and while stationed on Sullivans Island he was diagnosed with Cachexia, a disease characterized by poor health with wasting and malnutrition. Discharged 13 Feb 1864. He is described as 5 feet 10 in height, with blue eyes, sallow complexion and black hair. He died 4 Feb 1890 and is buried in the Center Community in Darlington Co. SC. We are related by marriage. He was sworn into service by Col. Gadberry and was in Capt. Floyds Company at time of discharge.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 1/28/2024

Company K
Jacob C. Childers
- Private
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Contact Name: Jerry Brown
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Date Added: 3/18/2014

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