SC 14th Infantry Regiment
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D. C. Tomkins, Captain, resigned in 1862.
B. B. Bryan, Second Sergeant; made Second Lieutenant; disabled in battle 3rd of May, 1864.
Simeon Cogburn, Third Sergeant; made Second Lieutenant; severly wounded at Gettysburg July 1st, 1863.
E. L. Strother, Fourth Sergeant; wounded near Richmond, Va., detailed to Pioneer Company.
R. G. Johnson, First Corporal; wounded in battle - discharged.
F. L. Harling, Second Corporal; killed at Fredericksburg, Va., 13th December, 1863.
E. M. Outzs, Third Corporal; killed at Fredericksburg, Va., 13th December, 1863.
J. C. Buzhardt, 4th Corporal; severely wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 3rd, 1863.
R. S. Tombs, Fifth Corporal; wounded at Gettysburg, 1st July, 1863.
J. U. Werts, Sixth Corporal; died since the war.
C. H., May 12th, 1864, and assigned to Company "K," Fourteenth, South Carolina Volunteers, as Brevet Captain;
A. B. Amaker, wounded near Richmond, 1862, discharged 28th December, 1864;
R. D. Amaker, wounded;
Alex Adkins, died since the war; Oliver Adkins, eye shot out near Richmond, Va., discharged;
H. R. Adkins, recruit;
J. W. Buzhardt, discharged;
V. B. Bledsoe, died of disease at Richmond, 1862;
Goodwin Bryan, killed in batle near Richmond;
Lewis Bledsoe, died at home of measles;
J. H. Cogburn, died of disease in hospital at Richmond, 1862;
J. L. Dobey, killed at Gettysburg July 1st, 1863;
Benedict Dean, died at home of measles;
A. B. Dean, received in place of Peter Rogers;
Gibson P. Faulkner, severely wounded near Richmond;
G. W. Free killed at Gettysburg 3rd July, 1863;
L. M. Free, detailed to Pioneer Company;
John Faulkner, severely wounded and captured at Gettysburg 1st July, 1863;
Whit Glauzier, severely wounded - Wilderness, 1864;
W. J. Graham, killed near Richmond;
W. D. Graddick;
Joseph Harling, died at hospital;
James Harling; died at hospital;
Rufus Harling, wounded at Gettysburg July 1st, 1863, also at Wilderness;
T. B. Harvey, died of wounds in hospital;
P. B. Head, wounded and discharged;
B. R. Hill;
Mahlon Hearn, killed at Second Manassas;
M. C. Little, killed at Chancellorsville, Va.;
L. O. Lovelace, belonged to brass band;
B. W. Mayson;
Silas Morse, furnished a substitute;
Solomon Morse, joined Laurens Artillery without leave;
W. H. Monce, deserted in Battle of the Wilderness;
John Malay, substitute for Stevens Tompkins - deserted;
Willis Neal, died of wounds at hospital;
W. H. Neal, died of wounds at hospital;
Andrew Ouzts, killed near Richmond;
John W. Ouzts;
James Ouzts, killed at Gettysburg;
F. M. Ouzts;
W. H. Outzts, severely wounded;
J. L. Ouzts, killed at Wilderness;
J. H. Ouzts;
B. F. Ouzts;
George Ouzts, killed at Gettysburg 1st July, 1863;
Franklin Ouzts, lost an arm at Spottsylvania C. H. 12th May, 1864;
J. S. Pollattie, left command without leave;
H. D. Quattlebaum, died of disease at hospital;
Larkin Rice, wounded at Noel Station;
James Riley, discharged;
Williamson Rice, killed at Gettysburg 1st July, 1863;
J. L. Russell;
A. J. Rome;
Thos. Steedhan, died of disease at hospital;
B. N. Strother;
Timmerman, J. L. killed near Richmond
A. J. Timmerman,
B. M. Timmerman, died of disease in hospital;
B. W. Timmerman, discharged;
E. Timmerman, severely wounded at Gettysburg 1st July, 1863;
G. M. Timmerman, severely wounded at Gettysburg 1st July, 1863;
J. H. Timmerman;
J. L. Timmerman, died of disease in hospital;
R. W. Timmerman, died of disease in hospital;
F. Timmerman, killed;
W. E. Timmerman;
Jno. Tomkins, died of wounds;
Stevens Thompkins, furnished Jno. Malay substitute;
W. H. Turner exchanged for Franklin Ouzts;
A. C. Werts;
M. W. Wooten, killed at the Wilderness.
Total, officers, 16; privates, 114; total, rank and file, 130.
Killed in battle, 22; died of disease, 14; died of wounds, one since the war, 7; total number of deaths, 43.
Wounds received, not fatal, 26.
The deaths in this company is thus seen to be about one-third of the whole number of enlisted men in it.
This I find to be above the average - it is rarely greater - sometimes less.
REF: Chapman: History of Edgefield County - pg. 469
Rivers: Rivers Account of the Raising of the Troops
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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