The following roster was provided by Terry Gladfelter (email@example.com). It is taken from an old newspaper article, published originally in the Greenville News, and republished in The Advertiser. Dates of publication are not given, but must have been about 1920. I have transcribed as published except that the names of the privates have been alphabatized. Additional notes on James Travis Medlock are from Terry Gladfelter. There may be a few names missing since the copy I have ends with a comma after the last name.
Contains Many Laurens Names
Co. A., 6th S.C. Cavalry Roll
Few are Living
Once Command had 141 Members
This reprint should be preserved by all who had kindred in gallant old company.
This roll printed below contains for the most part names of Laurens soldiers and Mr. Madden who found it among his papers is a Laurens man. The clipping, which is take from The Greenville News was handed to The Advertiser by Mr. Miller Curry and is published with pleasure. It will be read with interest and should be preserved, especially by the children and grand-children of the members of Co. A, 6th S.C. Cavalry.
While rummaging though a pile of old papers recently, Health Officer W. B. Madden found a list of the muster roll of Co. A, Sixth S.C. Cavalry of which he was a member.
Among the members of the company are the names of many Greenville people, the majority of them, however, being residents of Laurens county. Of the entire list, only a few are now living.
The roll, which includes 141 names is as follows:
REF: The Greenville News
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