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Battalion of State Cadets      
Company B
William Meek Carothers - Private   
Born July 30th 1847 in York District(county)
Was a 4th Class-man
Lived in Clark County Arkansas in 1875, later moved to Dallas County, Alabama, he died on May 4th 1919 and is buried in Bethel Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Oak Hill, Wilcox, Alabama.
Served under Lt. Robert O. Sams.
My 1st Cousin 5 times removed…
Contact Name:  Andrew Parker
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Date Added:  11/21/2023
Company F
David Henry Beheler - Private   
GG Grandfather David "Henry" Beheler and his cousins William and Andrew Beheler served with the SC 17th Regiment Company F.














Contact Name:  Michelle Jackson
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Date Added:  12/6/2019
Company H
John Nelson Jarrod Coker - Private   
John was born in 1828 in Sumter Co. SC. He was 33 years old when he enlisted in Co H 26th SC Inf. on 14 Feb 1863 at Mcellanville, SC. His Regimental history shows he was engaged at: Jackson Siege, Bermuda Hundred, Petersburg Siege where he was wounded. The Crater. Fort Stedman and Five Forks before his unit surrendered at Appamattox on 21 Apr 1865. His wounds affected him the rest of his life. He died 20 Dec 1893 at Tuberville, Clarendon Co. SC. He has a proper CSA stone.
Contact Name:  phillip thomas
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Date Added:  7/20/2019
Company Field & Staff
James Benjamin White - Major   
Took command of SCMA Battalion after Colonel Peter F. Stevens was given command of the Holcombe Legion Infantry Battalion. Led the battalion for most of the war, including Battle of Tulifinny. Disbanded the battalion before end of war.
Contact Name:  Gavin Taylor
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Date Added:  4/14/2017
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