Thompson, Hugh Smith (Capt. '56), (1836-1904) Professor of Belles Lettres and Ethics, the Citadel. Educator, State Superintendent of Education, Governor, US Civil Service Commissioner, and Assistant Secretary of the Treasury.
Black, James Ewell (2nd Lt. '57), (1837-1894) Assistant Professor of Mathematics, the Citadel; formerly conscription officer P.A.C.S. Farmer in Spartanburg and insurance agent in Ft. Smith, AR.
Hollingsworth, Stephen Franklin (Cadet 2nd Lt.), (1842-1867) Pickens, 1st Class. Rancher in TX.
Dean, George Roswell (Cadet 2nd Lt.), (1844-1911) Anderson, 1st Class. Physician in Spartanburg.
CADET NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS:
Gray, James Medicus (Cadet Orderly Sgt.), (1843-1902) Barnwell, 1st Class. Farmer and saw mill and cotton gin owner in Allendale.
Klinck, Gustavus Wickenberg (Cadet 2nd Sgt.), (1844-1916) Charleston, 1st Class. Merchant in Charleston.
DeSaussure, Alexander Baron (Cadet 3rd Sgt.), (1844-1905) Charleston, 1st Class. Railway agent in Lynchburg, VA.
Peronneau, Henry (Cadet 4th Sgt.), (1843-1875) Colleton, 1st Class. Telegraphist in Texarkana, AR.
Pringle, William Ashmead (Cadet 1st Corp.), (1845-1885) Charleston, 2nd Class. Bookkeeper in Charleston.
Murdoch, Francis Johnstone (Cadet 2nd Corp.), (1846-1909) Charleston, 2nd Class. In Salisbury, NC.
Dozier, Melville (Cadet 3rd Corp.), (1846-1936) Williamsburg, 2nd Class. Educator and Chairman, Selective Service Board, Los Angeles, CA.
Spearman, William Robinson (Cadet 4th Corp.), (1843-1876) Newberry, 2nd Class. Brother of John R. Spearman. In Newberry.
Boinest, John Elias (Cadet 5th Corp.), (1845-1896) Charleston, 2nd Class. Bookkeeper in Charleston.
Barnwell, Joseph Walker (1846-1930) Charleston, 3rd Class. Attorney in Charleston, legislator.
Barre, John J. (1843-1872) Lexington, 3rd Class. In Newberry.
Bartlette, Julius Lyman (1845-?) Sumter, 3rd Class. Bank clerk in Laredo, TX.
Bethune, John B. (1846-?) Spartanburg, 3rd Class. Previous service with Co. K (Spartan Rifles), Palmetto Sharpshooters.
Black, Joseph F., Jr. (1847-1868) Abbeville, 3rd Class.
Bouknight, Joseph Huiet (1841-1911) Edgefield, 1st Class. Planter and bank president in Saluda Co.
Boyd, Thomas B. (1848-1884) York, 2nd Class. Methodist minister in Orangeburg.
Branch William Tully (1845-1903) Abbeville, 3rd Class. Hotelkeeper and insurance agent in Abbeville.
Breese, William Edmond (1848-1917) Charleston, 4th Class. Banker in Charleston and Asheville, NC.
Brown, Pinckney (1846-1919) Barnwell, 3rd Class. Farmer in Aiken.
Bull, Charles Pinckney (1846-1916) Charleston, 3rd Class. Attorney in New York City.
Carwile, William Edward (1847-1878) Edgefield, 4th Class. Railroad agent and telegraphist, Ridge Spring. Brother of Z.W. Carwile.
Chafee, John William Smith (1848-1907) Charleston, 4th Class. Company president in Augusta, GA. His sister married Theodore G. Croft.
Clark, Robert Knox (1848-1888) Marion, 3rd Class. Farmer and Clerk of Court in Dillon Co
Coffin, Charles Edmonston (1846-1906) Barnwell, 3rd Class. Banking business in Augusta, GA. Younger brother of Lt. Amory Coffin and 1st cousin of G.M. Coffin.
Croft, George William (1846-1904) Edgefield, 3rd Class. Attorney in Aiken. Legislator and U.S. Congressman. Brother of T.G. Croft.
Croft, Theodore Gaillard (1845-1915) Edgefield, 3rd Class. Physician in Aiken. Prior service as Set. Co. C (Croft Mountain Rangers), 16th Regiment SC Infantry. Brother of G.W. Croft; he married sister of J.W.S. Chafee.
Dargan, James Thornwell (1846-?) Richland, 3rd Class. Insurance company president in Atlanta, GA.
Dargan, John Hugh (1846-1877) Darlington, 3rd Class.
DeSaussure, William Peronneau (1847-1936) Charleston, 3rd Class. In Richmond, VA. Brother of A.B. DeSaussure.
Dougherty, John (1846-1892) Charleston, 3rd Class. Cotton broker in Charleston.
Dubose, Hampden Coit (1845-1910) Darlington, 3rd Class. Presbyterian missionary to China.
Duncan, D'Arcy Paul (1846-1921) Spartanburg, 3rd Class. Farmer in Spartanburg Co. Railroad commissioner of SC.
Ervin, Erasmus Ellerbe (1847-1919) Clarendon, 3rd Class. Presbyterian minister in NC, KY, and SC.
Felder, Jacob Stroman (1845-1928) Orangeburg, 3rd Class. Farmer in Orangeburg.
Fike, Claudius Lucius t1845-1894) Spartanburg, 2nd Class. Surveyor in Laurens.
Fishburne, Lawrence Newman (1845-1904) Colleton, 3rd Class. Merchant in Colleton Co. Brother of C.P. and W.J. Fishburne
Frazier, Wesiey W. (1844-?) Abbeville, 2nd Class. Physician at Mechanicsville, Sumter Co., 1890.
Furman, Farish Carter (1846-1883) Greenville, 3rd Class. Attorney, farmer and county judge in Milledgeville, GA.
Furman, John Hudson (1848-?) Greenville, 3rd Class. Mining engineer and world traveler
Graham, John (1847-?) Beaufort; 4th Class.
Green, Allen Jones (1846-1910) Richland, 3rd Class. Planter, attorney, and judge in Columbia.
Hagood, Lee (1846-1890) Barnwell, 3rd Class. Prior service as courier on Gen. Micah Jenkins' staff. Insurance agent in Columbia.
Harrell, Charles Talley (1847-1907) Darlington, 3rd Class. Cattle dealer in Columbia.
Hayne, Robert Brevard (1848-1883) Charleston, 3rd Class. Clerk, SC Railway in Charleston.
Heyward, Albert Rhett (1846-1910) Charleston, 3rd Class. Planter in Charleston and railway service in Columbia. Brother of J.H. Heyward.
Heyward, James Barnwell (1848-1931) Beaufort, 4th class. Planter at Salkehatchie.
Heyward, Julius Henry (1849-1923) Colleton, 4th Class. Attorney in Greenville. Brother of A.R. Heyward.
Jervey, Lewis Simons (1848-1927) Charleston, 4th Class. Cotton and rice broker in Charleston in partnership with D.H. Bacot.
Johnstone, Sedgewick Lewis Simons (1848-1873) Georgetown, 4th Class.
Lesesne, James Petigru (1848-1892) Charleston, 4th Class. Attorney in Charleston. Drowned in Australia.
Lewis, John Earle (1844-1928) Pickens, 3rd Class. Farmer in Seneca.
Lide, Thomas Parks (1845-1906) Darlington, 4th Class. Baptist minister in Sumter.
Locke, Arthur Hall (1846-1905) Charleston, 2nd Class. Cotton broker and commission merchant in Charleston.
Lockwood, Joshua (1845-1924) Charleston, 2nd Class. Physician and druggist in Charleston.
Lynah, Edward, Jr. (1846-1920) Charleston, 3rd Class. Rice planter in Beaufort Co. Brother of J. Lynah.
Lynah, James (1845-1901) Charleston, 3rd Class. Prominent in shipping and coal mining in Baltimore, MD. Brother of E. Lynah.
Mazyck, Arthur (1848-1914) Charleston, 4th Class. Attorney in Charleston.
McCabe, Benjamin Franklin (1847-1894) Charleston, 2nd Class. Businessman in Charleston and Berkeley Counties.
McCarty, Edward C. (1843-1929) Charleston, 2nd Class. Bookkeeper in Augusta, GA.
McCully, Peter Keys (1845-1917) Anderson, 2nd Class. Prior service in 2nd Regiment SC Rifles. Cotton buyer in Anderson.
Morris, William H. (1845-?) Colleton, 4th Class.
Muldrow, Robert Ellison (1848-1865) Sumter, 4th Class. Died of typhoid fever Apr. 7, 1865.
Parker, William McKenzie (1847-1865) Charleston, 3rd Class. Killed by Federal soldiers in Anderson May 9, 1865.
Pearson, Randall T. (1848-?) Edgefield, 3rd Class.
Perry, Jennings Waring (1846-1886) Colleton, 4th Class. Attorney in Charleston.
Poe, Joseph Taylor (1847-1917) Anderson, 2nd Class. Railroad service in Mobile, AL.
Pringle, James Reid (1846-1920) Charleston, 2nd Class. Cotton and rice factor in Charleston.
Rhett, William Haskell (1844-?) Charleston, 3rd Class. In Brooklyn, NY.
Sams, Mikelle Seabrook (1847-1914) Colleton, 3rd Class. In FL.
Sanders, Lawrence Witsell (1846-1870) Charleston, 2nd Class. Clerk in Charleston.
Simons, Augustus Taveau (1847-1900) Charleston, 4th Class. In Charleston.
Simpson, James Garlington (1846-1926) Laurens, 3rd Class. Farmer in Clinton and attorney, alderman, board of education, mayor, and probate judge in Bolivar, MO.
Smith, John Julius Pringle (1849-1927) Charleston, 4th Class. In Charleston.
Spearman, Frank G. (1844-1928) Newberry, 2nd Class. Property owner in Cross Anchor.
Spearman, John Robert (1841-1922) Newberry, 2nd Class. Farmer in Newberry Co. Brother of W.R. Spearman.
Stewart, John Wistar Simpson (1846-1914) Greenville, 3rd glass. Farmer, surveyor, and mill operator in Greenville.
Stone, Eugene Earle (1843-1907) Greenville, 3rd Class. Prior service in 26th SC Infantry. Planter in Greenville Co.
Taylor, David Sloan (1845-1891) Anderson, 2nd Class. In Anderson.
Thomas, Carey Judson (1845-1923) Marlboro, 3rd Class. Prior service in 8th Regiment SC Infantry. In Inverness, FL.
Thomson, Robert (1846-1927) Beaufort, 3rd Class. In Beaufort Co.
Thompson, James (1848-1898) Beaufort, 4th Class. In Blackville.
Tobin, Isidore Lartigue (1847-1909) Barnwell, 4th Class. Prior service in Le Gardeur's Company (Orleans Guard Artillery), Louisiana Artillery. Attorney in Allendale. His sister married Lee Hagood.
Todd, Samuel Ross (1846-1874) Laurens, 3rd Class. In Laurens.
Vernon, W.R. (1844-?) Laurens, 1st Class.
Vinson, John (1846-?) Richland, 2nd Class. Farmer in Fairfield Co.
Waller, Cadmus Garlington (1845-1901) Abbeville, 2nd Class. Merchant in Greenwood and Mayor. Brother of E.H. Waller.
Whaley, Edward Clarence (1847-1907) Orangeburg, 4th Class. Planter on Edisto Island.
Wilson, Franklin Nelson (1844-1905) Williamsburg, 2nd Class. In Clarendon Co.