SC 14th Infantry Regiment
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Adams, Cicero - Captain
H. Rufus Dean, First Lieutenant
W. J. Ready, Second Lieutenant
E. S. Mims, Third Lieutenant
W. H. Brunson, First Sergeant, Orderly
Jacob Youngblood, Second Sergeant
Tillman Watson, Jr., Third Sergeant
Joseph C. Jones, Fourth Sergeant
J. Wade Johnson, Fifth Sergeant
Lewis Coleman, First Corporal
W. P. James, Second Corporal
N. L. Griffin, Third Corporal
W. L. Burt, Fourth Corporal
Andrew Pickens Butler, Fifth Corporal
C. L. Miles, Sixth Corporal.
T. H. Bryan
W. D. Bryan
J. J. Bryan
J. W. L. Bartley
W. S. Covar
C. L. Covar
C. D. Covar
J. L. Covar
W. A. Christie
Clarke S. Corley
James A. Colgan
W. H. Casey
J. T. Casey
H. D. Crooker
W. F. Durisoe Jr.
C. L. Durisoe
W. B. Eidson
J. J. Eidson
C. H. Goodwin
R. B. Hughes
G. B. Lake
F. A. Murrell
M. T. McHenry
J. W. McCullough
D. F. McEwen
M. A. Markert
J. P. Moss
A. M. Perrin
Pressley M. Prater
John A. Rambo
W. D. Ramey
J. D. Roper
P. E. B. Bryan
W. R. Spann
B. T. Swearengin
J. C. Swearengin
J. A. Sease
Thomas L. Steadhem
J. M. Thurmond
C. W. Winn
A. G. Woodruff
Privates, 67; officers, 15; total, 82.
Second Company D as listed by Chapman's History of Edgefield.
Roll of Company "D," Fourteenth Regiment Infantry, South Carolina Volunteers, - all from Edgefield:
Abner Perrin, Captain; promoted Major, Colonel, and Brigadier General; killed at Spottsylvania.
E. S. Mims, Captain; wounded at Malvern Hill; promoted from Second and First Lieutenant.
H. D. Crooker, Second Lieutenant; killed at Gettysburg, promoted from First Sergeant;
W. E. Durisoe, Second Lieutenant; wounded at Noel's Station; promoted from ranks.
T. W. Carwile, Sergeant Major; wounded at Chancellorsville; promoted from the ranks.
C. L. Durisoe, First Sergeant; promoted from Corporal.
J. T. Gray, First Sergeant; wounded at Chancellorsville; promoted from the ranks.
James Paul, First Sergeant; promoted from the ranks.
Jackson Covar, Commanding Sergeant; promoted from the ranks.
M. T. McHenry, Corporal; wounded at Cold Harbor; promoted Ensign.
John Roper, Corporal; transferred to the Seventh Infantry May, 1862.
W. S. Covar, Corporal; wounded at Spottsylvania; promoted from ranks.
J. A. Colgan, Corporal; killed at Malvern Hill; wounded at Manassas and Gettysburg; promoted from ranks.
W. H. Atkinson, age 33, from Aiken;
W. V. Bartee, age 26, died of disease in hospital in 1864;
M. L. Bartley, age 17, wounded at Gettysburg;
N. L. Bartley, age 32, killed at Gettysburg;
T. W. Bartley, age 30, furnished substitute January, 1863;
John Bridwell, age 21; killed at Gettysburg;
L. R. Boyce, age 17, died of disease in hospital in 1863;
L. H. Bryan, age 22, Musician;
W. D. Bryan, age 18, Musician;
C. A. Cheatham, age 18, wounded at Manassas, transferred to Second Infantry in 1864;
M. A. Christie, age 22, wounded Cold Harbor;
B. W. Christian, age 28, wounded at Gettysburg;
John Cockrell, age 14, wounded at Petersburg,
L. P. Collum, age 20, wounded at Wilderness and Petersburg;
J. M. Collum, age 17, wounded at Petersburg;
A. Collum, age 22;
B. Corley, age 26, wounded at Wilderness and Gettysburg;
C. S. Corley, age 22, died of disease in hospital 1862;
F. H. Corley, age 20, killed at Gettysburg;
W. Corley, age 18, wounded at Cold Harbor, discharged February, 1863;
C. L. Covar, age 23, died of disease in hospital 1862;
J. W. Covar, age 25;
L. P. Covar, age 16, wounded at Chancellorsville;
John Cosey, age 20, wounded at Chancellorsville;
J. E. Colgan, age 17, wounded at Gettysburg;
E. M. Dinkins, age 24, wounded at Chancellorsville and Gettysburg;
G. R. Durisoe, age 17, killed at Petersburg;
A. Grice, age 16, died of disease in hospital 1862;
John Gregory, age 18, discharged November 23rd, 1861;
W. P. Goodman, age 15, discharged April 22nd, 1864;
W. W. Goodman, age 40, appointed Sutler October, 1861;
L. D. Hagood, age 26;
L. D. Hickson, age 16, wounded at Cold Harbor and Wilderness;
John Hostillo, age 52, discharged April 30th, 1864;
P. B. Kissic, age 24, killed at Noel's Station, wounded at Culpepper;
H. G. Kissic, age 22, died of disease in hospital May, 1863;
M. Lott, age 22, wounded at Chancellorsville and Wilderness;
Paul Mapuss, age 25, wounded at Chancellorsville;
W. H. McClintock, age 17, discharged December 19th, 1861;
F. A. Murrell, age 22, wounded at Frazier's Farm;
G. W. Murrell, age 16, wounded at Boteler's Ford and Spottsylvania;
J. W. McCullough, age 20;
William McGee, age 19;
F. M. Nicholas, age 43, discharged January 25th, 1863;
A. R. Nicholas, age 16;
Samuel Overstreet, age 24, wounded at Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and Noel's Station;
P. P. Posey, age 28, wounded at Gettysburg, Malvern Hill, Peterburg;
W. H. Posey, age 21, died of disease in hospital 1863, wounded at Chancellorsville;
W. C. Prater, age 48, discharged March 10th, 1863;
P. M. Prater, age 21, died in Union Prison, wounded at Cold Harbor and at Gettysburg;
N. P. Raimey, age 23;
W. D. Ramey, age 21, wounded at Malvern Hill;
Felix Ridgell, age 17, killed at Gettysburg;
T. T. Ridgell, age 20, killed at Petersburg, wounded at Cold Harbor and Gettysburg;
Cullen Rowe, age 17;
Simpson Rowe, age 20;
W. P. Ryan, age 16, wounded at Noel's Station;
P. B. Ryan, age 45, discharged April, 1863;
J. A. Sease, age 26;
J. D. Smitherman, age 28, killed at Frazier's Farm;
H. A. Strom, age 17, killed at Noel's Station, wounded at Manassas;
T. C. Strom, age 17, wounded at Chancellorsville;
T. J. Strom, age 20, killed at Petersburg, wounded at Cold Harbor;
G. J. Toney, age 30;
William Walton, age 17;
A. G. Woodruff, age 18;
A. W. Youngblood, age 25, promoted Assistant Surgeon September 10th, 1861;
Officers commissioned and non-commissioned 22; privates, 103; total rank and file, 125. Killed in batle, 21; died of disease in hospital, 12; died in Union Prison, 1; total deaths, 34.
Total loss from all causes a little less than one-third of the whole number, but the number killed in battle is a fraction greater than the usual rate, being a little over one-sixth of the whole.
Here's what's available.
Chapman, John A.
A History of Edgefield County
|Rigdon, John C. - The Civil War in South Carolina||
|Rigdon, John C. - The South Carolina Civil War Soldiers Index||
|Rivers, Col. William J. - Rivers Account of the Raising of the Troops for State and Confederate Service||
|Capers, Major Ellison. - Confederate Military History - South Carolina Volume - 705 pgs.|
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