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1st South Carolina Infantry CSA

Name: Solomon SandersonRank: Private Company:
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Name: Frederick ConnorRank: Private Company: A
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Name: Robert DouglasRank: Unknown Company: A
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Name: Joseph EubanksRank: Private Company: A
Palmetto Sharp Shooters

paroled 9-4-1865 at Appromattox
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Name: Wiley JohnsonRank: Private Company: A
Wiley was from Chesterfield Co. SC, enlisted as Pvt. in 1st Regt. SC Vol. Infantry. He has 25 cards in his file. His unit was know as [ Butler's] and this infantry unit was later desiginated as the 3rd SC Artillery. August 1863 he is home on 30 day sick furlough. He is reported in awol status but that was in error as he is present in his company later. He is captured at Black Creek SC and sent to New Berne NC and then to Point Lookout Md. There on 28 June 1865 he'swallowed the yellow dog' by taking the oath. Released two days later. He lists his residence as Chesterfield District. He has dark complexion, five foot eight inches tall , grey eyes and brown hair.
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Name: Julius L. ToolRank: Private Company: A
Julius L. Toole enlisted on July 13, 1861 in the Barnwell, SC district. 30 day furlough from Jackson Hospital - dysentary- September 24, 1864. He was on the muster roll December 31, 1864. Captured at the Battle of Burkeville, Va.(battle before Appomattox) April 5, 1865. Arrived at POW camp at Point Lookout, Md. on April 13, 1865. Paroled June 21, 1865. Signed Oath of Allegiance same day.
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Name: Moses WatersRank: Unknown Company: A
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Name: Laban Allison WrightRank: Captain Company: A
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Name: Jacob Alonzo HoffmanRank: Private Company: B
Jacob Alonzo Hoffman was my great-great grandfather. He was born 16 Oct. 1837 in Orangeburg, SC & died 2 Mar. 1922 in Jacksonville, FL. He married Susan Anna Ellzey. His parents were John S. C. Hoffman & Rebecca Fersner.
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Name: William P. HunterRank: 3rd Lieutenant Company: B
William P Hunter
Rank at enlistment: Sergeant, later 3LT
State Served: South Carolina
Service Record: Enlisted in Company B, South Carolina 1st Infantry Regiment
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Name: Thomas Parker JordanRank: Private Company: B
Private Thomas Parker Jordan was a son of Bartholomew and Margaret Jordan of Cedar Springs in Abbeville County, South Carolina. Thomas enlisted in Company B, 1st Regiment South Carolina Rifles (Orr's Rifles); under the command of Capt. James M. Perrin. Company B was called McDuffie's Guards.

Private Thomas P. Jordan died near Richmond, Virginia on July 20th 1862 in the 35th year of his age. His remains were recovered and brought home and buried in the churchyard cemetery at Cedar Springs A.R.P. Church.
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Name: James Monoe McCaslanRank: Private Company: B
James Monroe McCaslan, son of James and Margaret McCaslan of Abbeville District South Carolina, was a graduate of Davidson College, a pious and consistent member of the Presbyterian Church at Hopewell.

James McCaslan volunteered in Capt. James Perrin's B Company, Col. Orr's 1st Rifle Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers in 1861; died of wounds received at the Battle of Bull Run, 2nd Manassas on August 30th 1862 at the age of 22.

It is believed that Private James Monroe McCaslan's remains were buried in Groveton Cemetery by Union soldiers, days after the battle.
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Name: John Griffin ThomasRank: Private Company: B
Griffin Thomas enlisted on July 27, 1861 and died of wounds recveived at Petersburg on July 27, 1864. He qualified as a member of the sharpshooter battalion (later known as ''Lee''s Sharpshooters'') formed from McGowan''s Brigade. Family lore has it that one day in the woods Griffin and a Union soldier shot each other; killing the Union soldier immediately, with Griffin dying about a week later in hospital.
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Name: John J. SmithRank: Corporal Company: C
resident of Calhoun County Alabama, 1861. Resident in Calhoun County at war's end, approximately 1865-66, birth of daughter 1866. Travelled to SC at war's start, 1861 because born and raised in Spartanburg district, SC. Born 1823. Enlisted at Walhalla, Oconee County. Promoted to Corporal 1865. Captured at 3rd Battle of Petersburg. Detained at Hart Island, Bronx, New York. Signed Oath of Allegiance 16 JUN 1865.
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Name: David William ByrdRank: Private Company: C
David served as a Pvt. in Co. C 1st Regiment Hagood's South Carolina Vol's. Joined at age 19 on 12 April 1861 at Summerville, SC. He saw service in Co. F, 2nd SC Art'y. formerly known as 2nd Lamar's Battn: SC Art'y.
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Name: Peter Calloway CrowRank: Private Company: C
Enrolled 02/26/1861 at Charleston, South Carolina for one year. Discharged 02/26/1862. Died 21 Aug 1899 at Brinkley, Arkansas. Buried in the Philadelphia Cemetery in Monroe County, Arkansas. My 2nd Great Grandfather.
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Name: Edward HolmanRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: C
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Name: William Judson SniderRank: Private Company: C
William Judson Snider (1831 - 1897) enlisted in Company C, 1 (Orr's) South Carolina Rifles as a Private on March 16, 1862 at Walhalla, South Carolina for 3 years or during the war. He became a Prisoner of War to the Army of Northern Virginia and was on the paroled list at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865.
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Name: Felix L. DillardRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted in Company D, South Carolina 1st Light Artillery Regiment.
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Name: John Ambrose GilstrapRank: Private Company: D
Also served in 4th South Carolina cavalry early in the war.
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Name: Samuel Daniel Medicus GuessRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Bennet PitmonRank: Private Company: D
From Lancaster Co.Wounded at 2nd Manasses;killed at Petersburg July 07,1864
Brothers Jethro and Laban also in war.
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Name: Jethro PitmonRank: Private Company: D
From Lancaster Co.Survived war.
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Name: Elihu ShuteRank: Private Company: D
Elihu born 1836 SC rec'd an abdomen wound during the war and eventually died from those wounds in 1878 in Carroll Co, MS.
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Name: Able PolsonRank: Private Company: E
Able was 25 years old from Chesterfield, Chesterfield Co. SC. He enlisted at Cheraw, SC on 27 Feb. 1862. Enlisted by Lt.J. Powe in Co E 1st Regiment South Carolina Infantry. He is wounded at Fort Moultrie, SC. No description of wound found.
20 March 1864 he is on extra duty cutting wood.
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Name: Robert Press SmithRank: Captain Company: E
In Santa Rosa, CA Rural Cemetery.

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Name: William Jordan WoodwardRank: Private Company: E
William is my second great-granduncle. He was the son of Michael and Elizabeth Lewis Woodward and the husband of Elizabeth. William and Elizabeth never had children.

He was in Company E, Greggs First Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers. He enlisted August 1, 1861, was a private, and surrendered April 1865.
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Name: WILLIAM CLARK ABLESRank: Private Company: F
DIED IN DANVILLE VA, NOV 1862. CLARK IS BURIED IN MASS GRAVE IN DANVILLE CITY CEMETARY
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Name: Seth BellamyRank: 1st Corporal Company: F
Seth is my gg Grandfather...He was wounded in the hand at the battle of Fredricksburg, and in the thigh at the battle of Chancelorsville. He served the entire length of the war.
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Name: William Simpson DicksonRank: Private Company: F
Died June 23, 1862 near Fredricksburg, Va. Buried at the Confederate Cem. @ Fredricksburg,Va
1st Regiment of South Carolina Rifles Co F
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Name: Alexander Latimer DixonRank: Private Company: F
Private Alexander Dixon served in the second Co.F of the 1st SC Volunteer Infantry (Hagood's). Records from the SC Archives indicate that Private Dixon was wounded at Spotsylvania. He remustered and was eventually captured in Richmond in early 1865. He was incarcerated at Fort Delaware where he eventually was parolled.
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Name: Arthur A. HardeeRank: Private Company: F
This is my great, great, great grandfather on my mother's paternal line.
Enlisted 1863
Mustered out 9 Apr 1865
National Archives Film Number: M381 roll 14
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Name: William Henry SandersRank: Private Company: F
Served the entire duration of the war in James L Orr's Regiment from April 1861 through June 1865. Was wounded (shot) twice in the leg.
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Name: Cyrenus Augustus SmithsonRank: Private Company: F
1st Regiment of South Carolina Rifles, Co. F Private
Died at Richmond, May 15, 1862
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Name: John Jackson VisageRank: Corporal Company: F
John Jackson Visage was mustered into the 1st South Carolina Rifles - 'Orr's Rifles' from Pickens, County, South Carolina in July of 1861. He served in Company F - 'The Blue Ridge Rifles.' Present at Appomattox.
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Name: George Pressly ChilesRank: Private Company: G
George Pressly Chiles, the youngest of three sons of Thomas W. Chiles
and the former Miss Mary Wardlaw Hearst, was born in the bounds of Cear Springs, South Carolina. At the age of 19, George enlisted with his older brother, John Hearst Chiles as a Private in Company G, 1st Regiment South Carolina Rifles - 'Orr's Rifles' - serving throughout the war and surrendering on April 9th 1865 at Appomattox, Virginia.

George Pressly Chiles departed his young life at the age of 29 on May 1st 1871 in Bradley, South Carolina. He was laid to rest near his parents in the churchyard cemetery at Cedar Springs A.R.P.

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Name: John Hearst ChilesRank: Sergeant Company: G
John Hearst Chiles, the eldest of three sons of Thomas W. Chiles
and the former Miss Mary Wardlaw Hearst, was born in the bounds of Cear Springs, South Carolina. John enlisted with his younger brother, George Pressly Chiles as a Sergeant in Company G, 1st Regiment South Carolina Rifles - 'Orr's Rifles' - serving throughout the war and surrendering on April 9th 1865 at Appomattox, Virginia.

After the war, John H. Chiles married Miss Josephine Augustus Cason; with whom he had three daughters and two sons. He made his home in Bradley, South Carolina and departed his earthly life on August 19th 1903. He was laid to rest in the churchyard cemetery at Cedar Springs A.R.P. where he had been baptized some 75 years before.
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Name: William Lowndes DurstRank: 2nd Sergeant Company: G
Enlisted as a 4th Corporal on 16 August 1861 at the age of 17, fifteen days before his birthday.
Promoted to 2nd Corporal 5 April 1862.
Wounded in the left foot at Gaines Mill, VA on 27 June 1862.
Promoted to 3rd Sergeant on 1 October 1862.
Wounded in the right knee at the Wilderness, VA on 7 May 1864.
Promoted to 2nd Sergeant.
Surrendered on 9 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA.
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Name: Calvin M. GallowayRank: Corporal Company: G
Corporal Calvin M. Galloway, a son of Rev. Jonathan and Martha [Speer] Galloway was born in the bounds of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in 1844. Calvin enlisted in 1862 as a Private in Company G, 1st Regiment South Carolina Rifles - 'Orr's Rifles' - Pvt. Galloway rose to rank of Corporal. He was fatally wounded at Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia on May 12th 1864 during a 24 hour hand-to-hand combat near the edge of the Mule Shoe.

Corporal Calvin M. Galloway was a gallant soldier who believed in the cause of Southern Independence.
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Name: Isaac Livingston GrierRank: Private Company: G
Isaac Livingston Grier, a student of theology in the Associate Reformed Church, graduated top of his class from Erskine College, Class of 1860. In 1861, Isaac entered the theological seminary at Due West, S.C. Following the Battle of Fort Sumter, Isaac volunteered as a Private into Company G, 1st Regiment South Carolina Rifles - 'Orr's Rifles' in July of 1861.

Private Grier was fatally wounded in the battle of Gaines' Mill, Virginia on June 27th 1862. Private Isaac Livingston Grier departed his earthly life knowing that every life is a profession of faith and an exercise of standing up to the cause in which one believes.
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Name: Columbus Cureton HaileRank: Captain Company: G
He was the Muster Officer for Company 'G'(Flat Rock Guards)
;a Reserve Company for Infantry of 2nd Company of SC.
According to SC History he served May23,1861-Sept1862;when he
became sick;and was ordered to Retire at his home in Kershaw,SC.
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Name: John Lind HemphillRank: Private Company: G
Rev. John Lind Hemphill was born in Abbeville County, South Carolina on February 21, 1838. He was received as a student of Theology by the Second Presbytery in 1859; then studied Theology at Due West and was licensed by the same Presbytery at Bethel, Laurens Co., South Carolina on April 6th 1861. During the Civil War, Rev. Hemphill served in Company G, 1st Regiment Rifles, known as Orr's Rifles, that was organized at Sandy Springs, South Carolina in July of 1861. Orr's Rifles members were recruited in the counties of Abbeville, Pickens, Anderson, and Marion. In April of 1862, it moved to Virginia with 1,000 men. Assigned to General Gregg's and McGowan's Brigade, it fought with the army from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor. Later the regiment endured the hardships of the Petersburg trenches and the Appomattox operations; surrendering in April 1865.

Just after the war, Rev. Hemphill preached for a time in Ohio. In the year 1867 he preached in Kentucky, and during a few months of the same year in Newton Co., Georgia. Rev. John Lind Hemphill departed his earthly life on October 30th 1899. He was laid to rest in the churchyard cemetery. The congregation at White Oak will bear the impress of his teaching and character for many a year.
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Name: Robert Reid HemphillRank: Sergeant Major Company: G
Robert Reid Hemphill, 2nd of four sons born to Rev. William R. and Hannah Hemphill, in Abbeville, South Carolina on May 3rd 1840. He graduated with first honors at Erskine College, in 1859.

When the war started, he enlisted June 8, 1861 at Richmond, in the Seventh South Carolina Volunteers, as a private. First acting as orderly for General M. L. Bonham, deceased, at the first battle of Manassas. June 25, 1862, he was transferred to 1st South Carolina Infantry, known as Orr's Rifles (serving along side his older brother, John Lind Hemphill) and was made sergeant major, in 1864. In that rank, he served in most of the battles in Virginia, until the end of the war at Appomattox on April 9th 1865. After the war, Robert Hemphill married Miss Eugenia Cornelia Brewton on April 6, 1870. He was a member of the House of Representatives, from 1870, to 1880, and from 1884 to 1886. In that year he was elected to the S.C. State Senate and served until 1894. He was also elected clerk of the Senate. Member of the S.C. Constitutional Convention, of 1895. Appointed a member of the Legislative committee to investigate charitable and penal institutions— a part of the great fraud committee. Chairman of committee on education in Senate and a trustee of Winthrop College, when founded. Robert Hemphill represented the State of South Carolina at the funeral of Jefferson Davis, in New Orleans. Later he delivered an address before National American Woman's Suffrage Association in Atlanta, Georgia, 1895 and introduced a bill into the S.C. Senate to change the constitution in order that women might be allowed to vote. For many years, he was editor of the 'Abbeville Medium.' Robert Reid Hemphill departed this life on December 28th 1908 in Abbeville; where he was buried at Melrose Cemetery.
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Name: Henry Thomas JohnsonRank: Private Company: G
Henry enlisted on 11 March 1862 at Chesterfield, Chesterfield County SC. He has 25 cards in his file. Henry becomes sick and has for over a year , absences from his unit. There is much confusion over his status and he is reported as awol. He is reinstated in his unit in April 1863 with pay due from time of his enlistment. He is on detached duty as a Nurse at the Hospital. Muster Roll, 28 April 1865 he is paroled near Goldsboro, NC. This record says he was enlisted at Cheraw, 28 Feb. 1862 by Lt Powe. He was a Nurse in Medical Dept at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan Island, SC.
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Name: Abel P. PittsRank: Private Company: G
Pitts, Abel joined the 1st. S.C. (Butler's) Infantry Regiment Regulars, Co. G at the age of 17. And enlisted at Pendleton on February 28, 1861 and died November 19, 1861 in the hospital of typhoid in Charleston. His father, Joel Pitts SR of Pickens Co., SC, filed claim in 1862. Abel was also listed as A. P. Pitts in his War Records.

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Name: Robert Johnathan RobinsonRank: Captain Company: G
Robert was sent to the Citadel where he learned more mischief than knowledge. Robert was related to most of the men in CoG 14th SC. In the last year of the war, he was the Captain of Co.G 1st SC Troops and served until a serious sickness of long duration sent him to the hospital. Captain Robinson made a name for himself and his community. After the Civil War, he was a member of the SC Legislature after the election of Gov.Wade Hampton. He was a Surveyor and a Mason.
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Name: Cooper Bennet ScottRank: Unknown Company: G
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Name: William SeawrightRank: Private Company: G
1st Regiment,South Carolina Rifles (Orrs)
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Name: w F. StivenderRank: Unknown Company: G
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Name: John E. CollinsRank: Sergeant Company: H
John E. Collins 1824-1864 was one of 4 brothers to serve in the CSA with only 1 surviving. He served in Co H, 1st SC RIFLES, CSA (there is not 1st SC Rifles listed here). He was the son of John J. Collins 1789-1871 & Mary Howard Collins 1793-1829 of Marion County, SC. He married Ann Catherine Davis 1826-1906. He is memorialized at Zion Cem. Horry, SC. His actual place of burial is at Hollywood Cem., Richmond, VA (unmarked). KIA in Battle of Mule Shoe, VA (May 12, 1864) & died May 29, 1864. My GGG-grandfather via his daughter, Maria Louisa Collins Crawford 1857-1907 of Marion & Horry, SC. His only son (Benjamin F. Collins) also served in the CSA. His other children were: Elizabeth Collins & Ann Matilda Collins Chestnut.
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Name: Peter NewtonRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Alexander T. WilksRank: Corporal Company: H
Alexander was from Steerpen District, Chesterfield Co SC. Abt 31 years old. Enlisted at Cheraw, SC 23 Jan 1862 Co H 1st SC Inf [Artillery [Butler's]. Enlisted by Lt. Powe for 3 years. Was absent several times on requiting duty. Wounded 18 July 1863 at Fort Wagner, Morris Island, Charleston SC. This unit in May 1863 was designated 3rd SC Artillery. Alexander is distantly related to me by marriage.
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Name: Mark S. BrownRank: Private Company: I
Mark S. Brown - son of John W. and Phoebe B. S. Anthony Brown of Lowndesville, (Abbeville County) South Carolina.

Enlisted at Anderson, August 11, 1863.
1st Regiment (Butler's), Company I,
South Carolina Volunteer Infantry.

M. S. Brown died of yellow fever in Louisiana Hospital on November 17, 1864. He was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC.
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Name: Earle GanttRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: I
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Name: John Judson SharpeRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted 14 Feb 1865 and paroled at Appomattox on 9 Apr 1865
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Name: Charles BryantRank: Private Company: L
Charles Bryant joined Orr's Rifles (1st Regiment) in 1862 as a
private from Anderson County. Orr's Rifles was later incorporated into Gregg's Brigade and ultimately into Stonewall
Jackson group. They fought at Fredericksburg where Bryant was
captured. He may have been released and recaptured a second
time. He was pardoned at Appomattox Courthouse in 1865. Very
proud he made it through all of that.
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Name: William Housley GarrettRank: Private Company: L
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