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The following "Record of Events" is entered on the muster roll of December 31, 1862:
Capt. Whitesides Co was at its organization assigned to Co H. Battalion of S C and detached on duty at Columbia S C to Guard prisoners & commissaries on the 11th of Nov it was ordered to prepare to leave that post and on the 17th it Recrived orders to proceed to northern virginia And report to the 5th S C Regt. and on the 24th Nov it came up with the Regiment at Camp near Fredericksburg and reported for Duty when it was assigned Co. G. Not engaged in the battle or Fredericksburg. No casualties.
The following "Record of Events" is entered on the muster roll of February 28, 1862:
The Company left camp near Fredericksburg Va. Feb 15th and marched to this station a distance of near 80 miles.
The following "Record of Events" is entered on the muster roll of June 30, 1863:
This Company has been in no engagement in the last two months but has done a great deal or marching about - has been in the line of battle several times and has been on picket several times.
The following "Record of Events" is entered on the muster roll of August 31, 1863:
Company left Camp near Richmond July 2nd went from there to Bottoms Bridge to meet the Enemy was not engaged and returned on the 4th instant changed camp on the 12th changed camp again on the 21st left Camp on the 29th went to Petersburg and changed Camp on the 20th inst.
The following "Record of Events" is entered on the muster roll of August 31, 1864:
the company left Petersburg Va on the 29th July crossed the James River stopt at Deep Bottom in line of the entrenchments was in a Battle of White tavern below Richmond Va on the 16th August no one hurt however returned to cross the River again to Petersburg on the 26 August Distance in all marcht in about 50 miles.
The following "Record of Events" is entered on the muster roll of October 31, 1864:
This Company left Camp near Petersburg Va 10th of sept went to Dunlaps stations Remained two days and Came Back to old Camp left there the 28th 1st Came to Richmond Va was in A Battle 30th sept had two men wounded & then Came to the Darby town road 1st of Oct & was in A Battle on the 7th had two men wounded moved to the left near chales City road was in a Batle 13th of Oct not acttuely Engaged no one hurt. Al lmarching for the two Expireing months in or about 40 miles.
The following "Record of Events" is entered on the muster roll of February 28, 1865:
the Company left Camp near the Williamsburg Road on the 24th feby. 1865 came to the New Market Road near the loyal Hill Church the distance of marcht about 14 miles.
REF: South Carolina Troops in Confederate
Service, Vol. III pgs. 203-216.
Salley, A. S. The State Co., Columbia, SC 1930