|Number of men enrolled||142|
The following "Record of Events" is given on the muster roll of July 1, 1862:
Left winter Quarters at Centreville Va. March 9th 1862 reached Richmond, Va. April 13th, 1862, left the City by steamer for Yorktown April 18th and reached camp near Lee's Farm the same night. Abandoned Camp at 6 o'clock P. M. May 3rd. and reached Williamsburg May 4th 1862. This Company was in the action of Williamsburg May 5th, 1862 and held a redoubt in front and to the left of Fort McGandery with Companies "I" & "K" (Capt Seays Comp) 5th Reg S. C. V. until 2 oclock P. M. retiring under command of Maj Wm Foster 5th. S. C. V. this battalion joined the charge made by Brig. Genl. Early's Brigade upon a battery fort held by the enemy on our left. Two privates of this company Wm Davis & Thos Johnson slightly wounded in this engagement.
May 18th 1862 Reached our present Camp near Richmond. The discipline & officering of this company is excellent-- Was in the battles of "Seven Pines"; "Coal Harbor"; and "Fraser's Farm."
The following "Record of Events" is given on the muster roll of December 31, 1862:
Left Camp near Culpeper C. H. the 21 November arrived at Camp near Fredericksburg November the 23d 1862 [word obliterated] Camps within the vicinity of Fredericksburg three times the Company was not actually Engaged in the battle of Fredericksburg
The following "Record of Events" is given on the muster roll of February 28, 1863:
Left Camp Near Fredericksburg Feby 15th, 1863. Arived at Camp near Chester station 20th Feby 1863,
The following "Record of Events" is given on the muster roll of June 30, 1863:
The Company left Suffolk on the night of the 3d of May got to Camp near Franklin Station Va. on the 4 about 22 mils on the night of the 5th and left Camp and marched in the direction of Black Water bridge distance about 15 miles returned on the [date obliterated] on morning of the 15th about 3 AM were aroused and marched past Franklin station and form'd a line of Battle close to carsville lay in line of Battle all day fell back that night about 2 miles went back the next morning (16) and formed another line of Battle and lay all day again fell back that night to the breast works close to Franklin Station 17th 18th 19th threw up breast works 20th on Picket 21st returned to old to old camp & remained until 10 oclock started & marched to within 1 mile of Backwater Bridge on the eavning of 23rd marched and crossed Blackwater Bridge & marched about 5 miles miles and returned across the River remained there until 26th,--27 marched up to Franklin Station and lay all day at the Breastworks 28 started for Blackwater stoped at Joiners church & remained there until eavning when we returned to camp, on the 2nd moved camp about 10 miles up the River and remained there until 4th--: when we started for Murfresboro N. C. lay one night at Joiners church & 2 at Monroes Ferry got to Murfresboro 7th left there 10 got to Boykin Station 11th left there 12th--got to Murphys Station--13 left there 14 for Petersburg got there 13th--.. camped about 3 miles of Petersburg left there 18 for Murphys station got there the same eavning lay there until 21st when we started for Petersburg marched to Ivor station in all over 25 miles got to Petersburgh 22nd camped about 3 miles from Petersburgh there 28 for Richmond got to this place the same eavning.
The following "Record of Events" appears on the muster roll of August 31, 1864:
This Company left the trenches near Petersburg on the 7 July. Crossed the James river and taken position near Deep bottom. & had a skirmish with the enemy on 14th.. Augs. and was engaged in the battle of White's Tavern on the 16th--,, Angst. Left Deep Bottom on 25 recrossed the James arrived at our present Bivoac near Petersburg on 26th Angst
The following "Record of Events" is given on the muster roll of October 31, 1864:
Since last muster this Co has marched from position near Petersburg crossed the James river was engaged on 30 sept in an assault on Battery Harrison sept 30th-- was also engaged in an attack on the enemy on the Darbytown Road Oct. 7. and again on the same road Oct 13, and was also in the fight on the Williamsburg road Oct 27 64.
The following "Record of Events" is given on the muster roll of December 31, 1864:
My Company has bin no general engagement since the last Muster The company was in the Reconnoiceance made near the New Markets Hights about 9th Dec before that time and since it has bin on the line between the Charles city and Williamsburgh Roads was sent to Gordonsvill to Repel a Yankee rade on 22 Dec Return to camp on 28th Dec an mustered to day by Lt Col Wylie
S E Carrol, Lt, comd, Co, H
The following "Record of Events" is given on the muster roll of February 28, 1865.
This company has been in no engagement since last muster Remains in camp on Williamsburge road till 24 Feb 1865 when we moved to the right and took position on the line near Fort Gilmore two men have Deserted since last muster Feb 28 1865.
REF: South Carolina Troops in Confederate
Service, Vol. III
Salley, A. S. The State Co., Columbia, SC 1930