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Aiken First Baptist Church

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Cemetery ID:
Aiken First Baptist Church Cemetery
York Street Aiken, Aiken County, SC
N33 33.683 , w81 43.067


    Located at the intersection of SC Hwy # 19 North and Hampton Avenue. Laurens Street and Hampton Avenue.


    This cemetery contains 24 known Confederate Veterans:

Browne, James5th. South Carolina CavalryD
Ewing, James T.No Service record found
Hahn, HenryGerman ArtilleryA
Prothro, Wilson E.Unknown
Seigler, J.2nd. South Carolina ArtilleryE
Wingard, James T.Matthew's SC HV Art.
Fallaw, A.S. (Acil)9th SC InfK
Gilliland, Robert (R)22nd Inf / I 26th NC / H&B 58th NCF
Jordan, Bradwell (B)9th. Inf BNA
Jordan, Hiram (H)Stiles Co. 16th Regt Mil
Jordan, Horton (H)Stiles Co. 16th. SC Regt Militia
Jordan, O.C.Truss Co. AL Cav Barbiere's BN
Jordan, Ollie (OD)18th South Carolina InfantryI
Jordan, Theodore (T)10th SC / A 26th SC InfH
Jordan(Capt), W.M.21st. SC InfE
Millar, William (W.L.)1st Charleston Inf BNA
Purvis, James R.17th NC Inf 2nd orgC
Scott, William D.C./ed roster
Steadman(GE, George Everett1st. SC CavC
Steadman, JG (James)5th St Troops / D 7th ResE
Steadman, William Monroe(W.M.) 1st SC Cav.C
Stinebeck, A.L./roster
Stinebeck, P.C./roster
Wilkinson, James G.O./ed roster
Jordan, Earle (E)1st Reg Tupper Co Mil Art, G 11th Res
Browne, JamesSC 5th Cavalry RegimentD
Hahn, HenrySC German ArtilleryA
Seigler, J.SC 2nd Artillery RegimentE
Wingard, James T.SC Matthews Heavy Artillery BattalionE


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