South Carolina 14th Regiment, Co. H - Ryan Guards
Mustered at Camp Butler
This company was formed from men who lived in Edgefield County, in
the area which is now Aiken County. The regiment was organized
on 9 SEP 1861 and surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia
on 9 APR 1865.
Croft, Edward, Captain
Holley, M. T., First Lieutenant
Plunkett, O. C., Second Lieutenant
Jordan, William, Third Lieutenant
Courtney, G. M., First Sergeant
Courtney, Brooks, Second Sergeant
Courtney, Fuller, Third Sergeant
Jordan, Fuller, Fourth Sergeant
Steadman, J. E., Fifth Sergeant
Blackman, William, First Corporal
Wade, R. J., Second Corporal
Burckhalter, Andy, Third Corporal
Culler, James, Fourth Corporal
Bates, G. M.
Brown, U. T.
Bryant, J. G.
Courtney, R. L.
Cook, C. A.
Eubanks, B. J.
Eubanks, W. P.
Moseley, George Henry
Plunkett, J. T.
Plunkett, Patrick O.
Plunkett, William B.
Plumkett, William J.
Plunkett, William M.
Scott, John P.
REF: Ninety Years in Aiken County. Toole, Gasper Loren II. Privately
published. No date. No copyright.
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