SOUTH CAROLINA 7th INFANTRY REGIMENT
Company I - Captain Benjamin Roper's Company
C. S. A.


Muster roll of Captain Benjamin Roperís Company I of the Seventh Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers, D. Wyatt, Aiken, Colonel, received at office of Adjutant and Inspector General, April 14th, 1863, showing the condition of the Company, July 23rd, 1862, I have no roll made up since the war.

Benjamin Roper, Captain, entered service 15th April at Charleston, S. C., received by the Authorities of South Carolina for twelve months, absent, sick; B. F. Sharpton, First Lieutenant, entered service 15th April, at Charleston, South Carolina, received by the authorities of South Carolina, was promoted from Second Lieutenant, July 3rd; W. Parkman, Second Lieutenant, entered service 11th September, at Flint Hill, Virginia; received by Colonel Bacon, was promoted from Third Lieutenant, July 3rd; W. E. Middleton, Third Lieutenant, entered service 15th April, at Charleston, South Carolina, received by the authorities of South Carolina, was elected Third Lieutenant July 18th; J. A. Mathis, First Sergeant, same record as W. E. Middleton, absent, sick, furlough; G. W. Holmes, Second Sergeant, same record as W. E. Middleton, present; N. L. Broadwater, Third Sergeant, same record as W. E. Middleton, present; E. J. Anderson, Fourth Sergeant, same record as W. E. Middleton, present; W. W. Bussey, Fifth Sergeant, same record as W. E. Middleton, absent, sick; S. Holmes, First Corporal, same record as W. E. Middleton, present; Thomas Harling, Second Corporal, received 4th June at Butler, S. C., by Major Evans, present; J. S. McKie, third Corporal, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Carolina, present; J. Briggs, Fourth Corporal, same record, present.

PRIVATES.

P. H. Broadwater, same record, but absent on sick furlough; S. Broadwater, same record, present; J. W. Bartley, received June 4th, same authorities, absent sick furlough; M. Calliham, received 6th August, Flint Hill, Va., by Colonel Bacon, present; G. W. Clay, received 4th June, Butler, S. C., by Major Evans, absent without leave; T. G. Green, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Carolina, present; W. H. Garrett, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Carolina, extra daily duty in Q. M. Department; W. W. Jennings, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities South Carolina, present; E. O. Morgan, received 6th August at Flint Hill, Va., by Colonel Bacon, sick at hospital; J. McDaniel, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Carolina, present; H. Mathis, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Carolina, present; W. A. B. Newson, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Carolina, present; A. J. Prince, received 11th September at Flint Hill, Va., by Colonel Bacon, present; P. N. Presley Received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Caroina, present; J. Roper, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Carolina, sick in hospital; J. Sharpton, received same, extra daily duty as teamster; G. W. Vance, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Carolina, present; W. W. Wash, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Carolina, present; J. Whitcombe, received 15th April at Charleston, S. C., by authorities of South Carolina, present.

The following were entered on the roll as "discharged," and then the entries crossed:

W. F. Prescott, Captain; J. P. Nixon, First Lieutenant; R. H. Middleton, Second Sergeant; Thos. Evans, private; Thos. McKie, private; Charlest Wiseman, private; G. W. Morgan, private.

Transferred also crossed. - T. W. Grafton, private; Thomas Hammond, private; W. L. Holmes, First Sergeant; W. J. Holmes, First Sergeant.

Died, also crossed. - R. Brooks, private; A. J. Briggs, private; J. T. Buse, private.

Total rank and file on the roll, 32; one absent without leave; several sick.


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