Caughman, Christopher, Capt. (1838- 30 Sep 1864) Son of Isaiah and Frances Caughman. Single. Promoted from 1LT. KIA Jones Farm, VA.
Hendricks (Hendrix), Franklin M., 2nd Lt.(ca. 1841- 30 May 1864) Son of Leroy and Jane Caroline Corley Hendricks. Promoted from Orderly Sgt., resigned, joined Co. F, 5th SC Cavalry. KIA Cold Harbor.
Counts, Walter H., 1st Sgt. (1835- 4 Oct 1861) Promoted from 2nd Sgt. Wounded 1st Manassas, died at Lynchburg, VA.
Williamson, Edwin J., Sgt. (ca. 1832- 4 May 1863) Son of Joseph and Rachel Williamson. KIA Guinea Station, VA.
Williamson, James Frank, Sgt. (?- ) KIA Jones Farm, VA.
Williamson, R. 5th Sgt.
Harman, Jobe (Job) Iva Franklin, 1st Sgt. (1842-1921). Promoted after Franklin Hendrix joined the cavalry. Son of Nathaniel and Sarah Frances Franklow Harman. Md. Lydia Williams. Moved to Texas.
Johnson, Enoch, Sgt. (ca. 1835- 22 May 1864) KIA Jericho Ford, VA.
Wingard, Unknown - 3rd Corporal
Harman, H.L.P., Cpl.- Discharged.
Harman, Cyreneus Zeb., Sgt.(? - 24 Oct 1864) KIA Jones Farm, VA.
Wessinger, Joseph Reuben, Sgt. (ca. 1840- ) Son of Michael and Margaret Younginer Wessinger. Brother of Eli and Noah Wessinger. Md. Harriet Taylor. WIA Gettysburg.
Morgan, Jeremiah W., Sgt. - WIA Gettysburg.
Barr, John J., Cpl.(1844- 5 May 1864) Son of William J. and Leah Bouknight Barr. Brother of Walter N. Barr, LT. KIA Manchester, VA. Hook, James Albert, Cpl. - WIA Ox Hill.
Rawl, James E., Cpl.(ca. 1845- ) Son of David and Sarah Emeline Corley Rawl. Enlisted when he was 15 years old and weighed 95 pounds. WIA 2nd Manassas and Knowles Station.
Seay, John Calhoun.(1834- 1919) Promoted to Corporal
Howell, John P. - WIA ? (greatgrandfather of John Howell
Alewine, Ephraim (ca. 1821- ) Md. Nancy
Anderson, Michael - Discharged*
Bass, G.W. (not on Roll of Honor)
Bell, John B. (1823- ) Md. Mary Sox. Discharged.
Boatwright, Azariah J. (1841- 1903) Son of William and Dempsey Boatwright. Md. Mary Emily Clark. WIA Gettysburg.
Boozer, Samuel Wesley (1820-1874) Son of David and Catherine Rawl Boozer. Md. Anna Margaret C. Meetze.
Busby, A. Jim (Jackson)- killed accidentally.
Calk, James A. (1847- ) Son of Washington L. and Sarah Ann Calk.
Caughman, George Martin, Cpl. (1838-1920) Son of George and Nancy Harmon Caughman. Md. Elizabeth Ann Lou Kaminer. WIA Wilderness.
Chaney, Jacob H. (K.) , Sgt. ( - 9 Aug 1863) Died of wounds received at Gettysburg
Chaney, James I. - Discharged.
Chaney, Levi (1844- ) Died at Orange Court House
Clamp, James Belton (?- 1 Sep 1862) Lexington. KIA 2nd Manassas.
Clamp, W.P. (is this Wm J.?)
Clamp, William J.
Cockcroft, George W.B. - WIA Wilderness.
Cockcroft, John H. - discharged
Corley, Daniel J. (1838- ) Son of Joseph I. and Susanna Welch Corley.
Corley, Henry N. (1841- 2 Jul 1863) KIA at Gettysburg 2 Jul 1863.
Corley, Isaiah (ca. 1843- ) Son of Jesse and Abigail Roland Corley. Moved to Georgia.
Corley, John Luther (1837- ) Md. (1) Emmeline Taylor (2) ?
Corley, John M. (1823- 1874) Farmer.
Corley, Joseph E., 1st Sgt.- (1828- 15 Oct 1862) Died in a train wreck, Charlottesville, VA.
Corley, Thomas (1836- ) Son of Lawrence and Anna Barbara Derrick Drafts. Lost left arm.
Craps, Harrison Franklin (1840- 4 Oct 1861) Returned home sick, died at home.
Craps, Patrick Eldridge (1842- 8 Jul 1862) Son of David and Mary M. "Polly" Rucker Craps. Died of disease at Richmond. Transferred to Co. K, 15th SC Infantry.
Davis, Daniel David (ca. 1824- 26 Nov 1863) Lexington. Farmer. Died in prison at Fort Delaware.
Dent, Thomas H.
Dickison (Dickerson?), (Isaac Dichison?) (not on Roll of Honor) (ca. 1812) Md. Martha. Discharged.
Dooley, Henry T. (1829- 1907) Son of James and Rachel Seastrunk Dooley. Md. (1) Carolina Frye (2) Sarah Corley. WIA Ox Hill.
Drafts, James Calvin, Regimental Color Sergeant (1843- ) WIA 2nd Manassas in both legs, making it difficult to walk. Resided Prosperity, SC.
Ferguson, Gus A.* Moved to Texas.
Ferguson, Henry Augustus (not on Roll of Honor) (ca. 1841- ) Son of Robert and Mary Magdaline Kelly Ferguson. Md. Manoah Franklow.
Frank, John W. (ca. 1846- ) Son of Christian and Mary Ann Corley. Moved to Georgia.
Franklow, Jacob Anderson (1831-1894) Son of John Hepworth and Mary Smith Franklow. Brother of Robert Lutheran Franklow. Md. Mary Ann Harmon.
Franklow, Robert Lutheran (1831- 2 Jun 1865) Son of John Hepworth and Mary Smith Franklow. Brother of Jacob Anderson Franklow. Md. Henrietta Mariah Gartman. Captured 2 Apr 1865 and refused to take the oath of allegiance. Though ill, he refused admittance to a hospital. Finally took the oath around midnight 1 Jun 1865 and died the next morning.
Gartman, Hammond S. (ca. 1832- 6 Oct 1864) Son of William and Rebecca Cright Gartman. Md. Lucy Lenarah Franklow. KIA at Jones Farm.
George, Samuel P., Co. Commissary - WIA Chancellorsville, VA.
Goodwin, A.J. (ca. 1845- 15 Aug 1864) Son of Joseph J. and Olivia Goodwin. Died in prison at Fort Delaware.
Gross, Henry M. (1822- 1877) Son of Jacob and Mary Gross. Md. Sallie.
Hallman, Martin Luther ( - 5 Jul 1863) Lexington. Died in hospital at Charleston, SC.
Hallman, Martin Wilson (?- 11 Nov 1863) Lexington. WIA. Died VA.
Hallman, Patrick R. - died in hospital at Richmond, VA.
Hallman, William Wesley (1835- 1915) Son of Jacob and Margaret "Peggy" Boatwright Hallman. Md. Julia Ann Morris. Records say died in Winchester, VA.
Hammond, Joel Franklin (1843- 1909) Son of John and Eliza Hammond. Md. Catherine Ann Craft. WIA Chancellorsville, VA.
Hammond, William W. (?- 1 Sep 1862) Lexington. KIA Ox Hill, VA.
Harman, C. Zeb
Harman, Godfrey Michael (1845- 1931) Son of Reuben and Louisa Rauch Harman. Md. (1) Pauline Lavinia Boozer, (2) Clementine Day. Transferred to 20th SC Infantry.
Harman, George Washington (1842- 6 Jun 1862) Lexington. Son of David and Mary Hoit Harman. Brother of Samuel Augustus Harman. Died of disease in hospital at Richmond, VA.
Harman, Godfrey D. (1839- 1919) Son of Frederick and Harriet Ellisor Harman. Md. Harriet Dominick. WIA Gettysburg.
Harman, Henry P. (ca. 1840- ) Missing(died)
Harman, Martin Luther (1841- 1887) Son of Godfrey and Barbara Wyse Harman. Md. (1) Mary Jane Rawl Sease, (2) Mary Magdaline Calk. Discharged. Accidentally killed since the war.
Harman, Samuel Augustus (1840- 8 Aug 1862) Son of David and Mary Hoit Harman. Brother of George Washington Harman. Died of typhoid in hospital at Danville, VA.
Hendricks, Henry Joseph (1830- 1906) Son of Absalom and Margaret Hendricks. Father of Patrick A. Hendrix. Md. Louisa Elizabeth Amick.
Hendrix, Jacob Stanmore (ca. 1842- ) Son of Uriah and Mahala Lites Hendrix. WIA Gettysburg.
Hendrix, Patrick A. (ca. 1849- ) Son of Henry Joseph and Louisa Elizabeth Amick. Discharged
Hendrix, William Noah
Hite, J. Albert (ca. 1820- ) Brother of Patrick Hite. Md. Celia.
Hite, Patrick (ca. 1821- ) Brother of J. Albert Hite. Died in hospital at Richmond
Hook, James A.
Hoover, Darrell (Derrick?)- Transferred to Palmetto Sharpshooters
Hoover, James I. - WIA. Transferred to Palmetto Sharpshooters.
Howell, James C., Sgt.( ) WIA ?
Hutto, Alonzo Burt - WIA Gettysburg and Knowles Station.
Hutto, Hiram - WIA Chancellorsville.
Hutto, Irvin (not on roster)
Hutto, James V. (1844- 9 Oct 1861) Son of Nicholas and Susanna Grubbs Hutto. Brother of John Hutto. Died of disease in hospital in Columbia, SC.
Hutto, James E.
Hutto, John (1837- 1898) Son of Nicholas and Susanna Grubbs Hutto. Brother of James V. Hutto. Discharged(died?)
Jackson, J. Samuel (?- 12 Sep 1862) Lexington. Died in hospital at Richmond
Keisler, George Albert (ca. 1835- 28 Jul 1863) Son of Joel Lee and Mary Ann Craps Keisler. Died of wounds received at Gettysburg.
King, William Capers, Sgt. (ca. - 7 Jul 1862) Lexington. Died of typhoid, Richmond, VA.
Kyzer, Drury, Rev. (1819- 1895) Son of John and Elizabeth Hendrix Kyzer. Md. (1) Hepsey Keisler, (2) Martha Chapman.
Kyzer, Joseph Franklin (1845- 1918) Son of Rev. Drury and Hepsey Keisler Kyzer. Md. Ellen Marietta Seay. WIA Sharpsburg and Gettysburg.
Lawson, William H., Cpl.
Leaphart, C.E.L.- discharged
Leaphart, West Caughman, 1LT (ca. 1841- 1 Sep 1862) Son of Rev. John F.W. and Rebecca Caughman Dreher Leaphart. KIA Ox Hill, VA
Leaphart, John Wade (1844- 1896) Son of William and Margaret Harmon Leaphart. Brother of Joseph Pierce Leaphart. Md. Carrie Harmon. WIA Gettysburg.
Leaphart, Joseph Pierce (1842- 1911) Son of William and Margaret Harmon Leaphart. Brother of John Wade Leaphart. Md. Lula Keisler. WIA Gettysburg.
Lever, Jacob (Macomb?) S.
Lown, John Joseph (1830- 1912) Son of John and Anny Lown. Md. (1) Elizabeth Catherine Boozer, (2) Susannah Boozer. WIA 2nd Manassas.
Lucas, David Edwin - WIA Spotsylvania.
Lucas, James Field M. (?- 29 Aug 1862) Lexington. KIA 2nd Manassas.
Lucas, James Mathias (ca. 1820- ) Son of William and Elizabeth Dunbar Lucas. Brother of Macomb H. Lucas. Md. Barbara Sharpe. WIA Gettysburg and Chancellorsville.
Lucas, John N. (1843- )Son of William and Rebecca Clark Lucas. Discharged(killed?)
Lucas, Macomb H. (1830-1918) Son of William and Elizabeth Dunbar Lucas. Brother of James M. Lucas. Md. (1) Mary Ann Hutto, (2) Jane Hutto. Discharged.
McCartha (McCarthy), John Jesse (1847- 1921) Md. Ellen J. WIA Reams Station, VA.
Meetze, George W., Capt.?
Meetze, Henry A.*- made quartermaster of 13th Regiment
Meetze, John Leonard (1824- 1909) Son of Jacob and Nancy Lowman Meetze. Md. (1) Martha E., (2) Lucinda L. Guise, (3) Roseanna Elizabeth Long. Discharged and afterwards joined the cavalry. Moved to Virginia.
Meetze, W.H. (ca. 1847- ) Son of Henry Adams and Mary M. Addison Meetze. Discharged.
Miller, Garret "Gary" (ca. 1829- 1912) Son of Henry and Permelia Taylor Miller. Brother of Jonathan Marion and William Luther Miller. Md. Martha.
Miller, James Reuben (ca. 1842- 1 Jul 1863) Lexington. Son of Jeremiah and Sally Eargle Miller. WIA 2nd Manassas and KIA Gettysburg.
Miller, Jonathan Marion (1834- 1908) Son of Henry and Permelia Taylor Miller. Brother of Garret Miller. Md. Mary Ann Ramick.
Miller, William Luther (1840- 1903) Son of Henry and Permelia Taylor Miller. Brother of Garret and Jonathan Marion Miller. Md. (1) Eliza King, (2) Catherine Elizabeth Gunter Miller. WIA Ox Hill, VA.
Morgan, J. W.
Plymale, Jasper - taken prisoner and refused to be exchanged.
Pool, Walter - missing
Price, Calvin (1843- 1931) Son of Christian, Sr. and Sarah Price. Md. (1) Nancy Catharine Banks, (2) Louisa F. Jumper.
Price, G. Wesley (?- 7 Jul 1862) Died of typhoid Richmond, VA.
Rister, John Adam (1824- 1907)
Rawl, James E.
Ruff (Roof), Benjamin Franklin (ca. 1841- 14 May 1863) discharged. Transferred to Co. G, 24th SC Infantry. KIA Jackson, MS.
Ruff (Roof), James E.(R.?), Regimental Orderly Sergeant
Ruff (Roof), Thomas Ely (?- 7 Sep 1862) Lexington. Son of David and Nancy Gable Ruff. Died of typhoid in hospital at Richmond, VA.
Seay, Luther F. (1844- 1933) Son of Mountain and Caroline Wessinger Seay. Md. Sarah Elizabeth Frick Wessinger. WIA Chancellorsville and discharged.
Seay, Mountain (?- 4 Apr 1862) Lexington. Son of Henry and Sarah Seay. Father of Luther F. Seay. Died of brain congestion at Camp Gregg, SC.
Shealey, Andrew Ozier (1829- 16 Jun 1862) Lexington. Son of Jacob J. and Mary Hallman Shealey. Died of typhoid at Richmond, VA.
Shealey, Samuel S. (?- 15 Jun 1862) Lexington. Died of typhoid in Richmond, VA.
Shealey, William Walter (1843- 8 Jul 1862) Lexington. Son of Rev. David and Sally Lindler Shealey. Md. Sarah Ann Miller. Died of typhoid at Richmond, VA.
Shumpert, Jacob A. (1839- 1926) Son of John and Mary Lites Shumpert. Md. Delitha A. WIA Gettysburg.
Smith, D. Postell (?- 1 Jul 1863) Lexington. Son of Robert and Louisa/Levicy Martin Smith. Brother of Henry M. Smith. KIA Gettysburg
Smith, Henry M. (1840- 1925) Son of Robert and Louisa/Levicy Martin Smith. Brother of D. Postell Smith.
Smith, John Martin - WIA Chancellorsville; lost a leg.
Smith, John Michael - Died at Richmond, VA.
Snelgrove, Ezra (ca. 1822- ) Son of Henry and Harriet Price Snelgrove. Md. Julia Ann Reeder. Transferred from Palmetto Sharpshooters.
Sox, Rufus E.*- discharged
Stacy, S.A., Sgt.
Steal, J. (Is this John Steel, b. ca. 1830?)
Steele, Isaiah (Is this Zekiah Steeel b. ca. 1831?) Moved to Georgia.
Taylor, Amos (1839- 13 Dec 1861) Son of Baton and Mary Elizabeth "Bethany" Taylor. Md. Mary Ann Miller. Died of disease at home.
Taylor, Arthur R.
Taylor, H. Marshall (ca. 1837- ) Son of Emanuel and Barbara Price Taylor.
Taylor, Isom G. (ca. 1830- ) Son of Louis P.C. and Frances Eddins Taylor. Brother of James Jonathan Taylor. Md. Mary Fry. Discharged.
Taylor, James Jacob (?- 17 Jun 1862) Lexington. Died of disease, Richmond, VA.
Taylor, James Jonathan (1836- ) Son of Louis P.C. and Frances Eddins Taylor. Brother of Isom G. Taylor. Md. Deborah Taylor.
Taylor, John J. - died at Coosawhatchie.
Taylor, Jolley (1827- 10 Jul 1862) Lexington. Cooper. Md. Jane. Died in Richmond, VA.
Taylor, James Julius (?- 29 Nov 1862) Lexington. Died of disease at Orange Court House, VA.
Taylor, Jacob Riley (?- 9 Jun 1862) Lexington. Died of typhoid at Richmond, VA.
Taylor, Thomas (ca. 1825- 8 Jul 1862) Lexington. Son of Baton and Mary Elizabeth "Bethany" Taylor. Died of disease at Richmond, VA.
Taylor, William (?- 22 May 1864) Lexington. Died at Charlottesville, VA from wounds received at Knowles Station, VA.
Taylor, Willson (ca. 1840- 1864) Son of Joseph and Cathrene Taylor. WIA 2nd Manassas KIA Wilderness
Tromridge, G. (not on Roll of Honor)
Wessinger, James (?- 29 Aug 1862) Lexington. KIA 2nd Manassas.
Wessinger, Noah, Sgt. (1837- May 1864) Son of Michael and Margaret Younginer Wessinger. KIA Spotsylvania, VA.
Wilson, John Mark - Transferred from Palmetto Sharpshooters.
Wingard, John Joseph (ca. 1845- 1 Sep 1862) Lexington. Son of Joseph and Willhelmina Muller Wingard. KIA by shell Ox Hill, VA.
Wingard, James S. (?- 8 Jul 1862) Lexington. Died of disease Richmond, VA.
Wise, Jeremiah, 2nd Lt. (1830-1895) Son of Michael Jr. and Sarah Chaney Wise. Md. Henrietta Blackwell. Promoted from 3rd LT.
Younginer, Joseph*- (Not on Roll of Honor) died at Richmond
Cadets in Gray, the Story of the Cadets of the South Carolina Military Academy and the Cadet Rangers in the Civil War by Gary R. Baker.
Confederate State Roster, Vol II
Roll of Honor, SC Department of Archives and History
Lexington County, South Carolina 1850 Census
Original roster provided by - John Howell (BOOTLEG151@AOL.COM)