Armstrong, Nathaniel Walker (1st Lt. '51), (1829-1896) Professor of Mathematics and Mechanical Philosophy, the Citadel. Educator and legislator in Alabama.
Lanneau, John Francis (2nd Lt. '56), (1836-1921) Assistant Professor
of Mathematics, the Citadel. Prior service as captain of cavalry, Hampton
Legion and as engineer officer. Educator in SC, AL, and MO. Professor of
physics at Wake Forest.
East, Olin Derrick (Cadet 1st Lt.), (1843-?) Laurens, 1st Class. Went west immediately after the war and his family never heard from him again.
White, Sims Edward (Cadet 2nd Lt.), (1844-1881) Charleston, 1st Class. Planter in Berkeley Co.
Sheppard, Orlando (Cadet 2nd Lt.), (1844-1929) Edgefield, 1st
Class. Attorney in Edgefield.
CADET NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS:
Snowden, William Howard (Cadet Orderly Sgt.), (1845-1906) Charleston, 1st Class. Merchant in Charleston and Macon, GA. Brother of T.G. Snowden.
King, James W. (Cadet 2nd Sgt.), (1844-1890) Kershaw, 1st Class. Physician and druggist in Florence.
Baskin, William Peebles (Cadet 3rd Sgt.), (1843-1876) Richland, 1st Class. Planter in Bishopville.
Horsey, Charles W. (Cadet 4th Sgt.), (1845-1878) Charleston, 1st Class. Physician in Fernandina, FL.
Culbreath, James Yarbrough (Cadet 1st Corp.), (1843-1904) Edgefield, 2nd Class. Attorney in Newberry.
Haynsworth, Moses Sanders (Cadet 2nd Corp.), (1845-1928) Darlington, 2nd Class. Farmer in Florence Co.
Horlbeck, John Schernley (Cadet 3rd Corp.), (1845-1916) Charleston,
2nd Class. Pecan grower and brick manufacturer at Boone Hall Plantation
near Mount Pleasant.
Adams, Edgar Sheppard (1848-?) Edgefield, 4th Class. Moved to TX and married there.
Allen, James Pierson (1848-1934) Charleston, 4th Class. Government engineer in Charleston.
Appleby, Felix Vivian (1845-1911) Colleton. Cotton buyer and merchant in St. George.
Boatwright, James Henry "Hal" (1846-1911) Richland, 4th Class. Father was Mayor of Columbia. Dry goods merchant and insurance agent in Wilmington, NC.
Boggs, Thomas E. (1847-1877) 5th Congressional District (Pickers), 4th Class. Farmer in Pickens Co.
Brown, Heyward (1847-1878) Barnwell, 4th Class.
Brown, Lawrence W. (1849-?) Barnwell, 4th Class. Farmer in Lancaster.
Buck, George Olney (1847-1865) Horry, 4th Class. Died of disease Jan. 22, 1865, while Cadets were in service.
Buckingham, William R. (1848-?) Barnwell, 4th Class. Insurance agent in Barnwell
Cain, Richard Marion (1846-1886) Sumter, 4th Class. Farmer in Sumter Co. Prior service in Co. K, 22nd SC Infantry. Brother of W.O. Cain.
Cain, William O'Dell (1844-1929) Sumter, 4th Class. Farmer in Sumter. Legislator. Brother of R.M. Cain.
Cannon, Lewis Cass (1846-?) Spartanburg, 4th Class. Bank cashier in Spartanburg. Alive 1891.
Cantey, Joseph Samuel (1846-1929) Clarendon, 4th Class. Farmer near Summerton.
Carwile, Zachariah Williams, Jr. (1849-?) Edgefield, 4th Class. Insurance broker and merchant in Augusta, GA. Brother of W.E. Carwile.
Chisolm, Laurens North (1848-1905) Charleston, 4th Class. Cotton and rice factor in Charleston.
Coffin, George Matthew's, Jr. (1847-1934) Charleston, 4th Class. Produce dealer and banker in Charleston. First cousin of Lt. Armory Coffin and C.E. Coffin.
Culbreath, John (1846-1865) Edgefield, 2nd Class. Died of measles April 17, 1865, while Cadets were in service.
Dargan, Kemp S. (1848-?) Richland, 4th Class. Insurance business in Atlanta.
Evans, Calvin L. (1845-1921) Chesterfield, 4th Class. Farmer in Cheraw.
Fell, John Hamlin (1845-1883) Charleston, 4th Class. Clerk in Charleston and Savannah, GA.
Ferrell, George W. (1846-?) 1st Congressional District (Marion), 4th Class. Prior service with Co. H., 8th SC Infantry. Wounded July 1, 1862, at Malvern Hill. Arm may have been amputated. Farmer in Bamberg Co.
Footman, Henry E. (1845-1924) Williamsburg, 4th Class. Prior service in 25th Regiment SC Infantry. School principal in CA and later in commercial interests.
Gantt, Hamilton M. Greenville, 4th Class.
Gantt, Monroe (1847-1917) Lexington, 4th Class. Railroad agent and farmer in Aiken.
Goodman, William Pulaski (1845-1873) Edgefield. Rancher in TX; killed by Indians.
Graves, George Crawford (1845-1923) Abbeville, 3rd Class. Farmer in Abbeville Co. near Monterey.
Gwin, Richard A. (1838-?) 5th Congressional District, 4th Class. Prior service with Co. B (Butler Guards), 2nd SC Infantry. Memory Roll says Robert A. Gwin.
Harrison, Isham (1848-1918) Anderson, 3rd Class. In Walhalla.
Hemingway, Allard Belin (1846-1922) Georgetown, 4th Class. Farmer and merchant in Georgetown Co.
Huger, John Chapman (1848-1880) 2nd Congressional District (Charleston), 4th Class. Accountant in Summerville.
Hughes, Samuel Bones (1847-1920) Edgefield, 4th Class. Farmer in Edgefield.
Ingram, John Conyers (1847-1889) Clarendon, 4th Class. Farmer in Sumter.
Janney, Charles F. (1848-1885) Richland, 4th Class. Attorney in Columbia.
Johnson, John (1845-?) Colleton, 4th Class.
Johnson, Thomas Albert (1846-1865) Newberry, 4th Class. Died at Spartanburg of brain fever on March 23, 1865, while Cadets were in service.
Johnson, William Ewing (1847-1910) Kershaw, 4th Class. Dry goods merchant in Camden.
Johnstone, George (1846-1921) Newberry, 4th Class. Attorney in Newberry. Legislator and U.S. Congressman.
Jones, Johnstone (1848-1922) York, 4th Class. Adjutant General of NC and later attorney in CA.
Joye, Edmund Vernon (1847-1891) Charleston, 4th Class. Physician in Athens and Atlanta, GA.
Kennedy, William Watts (1846-?) Laurens, 4th Class. Lawyer in Laurens.
Kershaw, John (1847-1921) Kershaw, 3rd Class. Furloughed January 1865 to join the staff of his father, Maj. Gen. Joseph B. Kershaw, in VA, captured at Saylor's Creek and confined at Fort Warren, MA. Attorney until 1873 when he became Episcopal priest in GA and SC.
Keys, Joseph Whitner (1845-1913) Anderson, 4th Class. In Anderson.
Lamar, Abner Whatley (1847-?) 4th Congressional District (Edgefield). Clergyman in Kershaw.
Lenoir, James Yarborough (1847-?) Sumter, 4th Class. Farmer in Lamar Co., TX.
Lowndes, Richard I'on (1848-1889) Georgetown, 4th Class. Farmer in Georgetown.
Lyons, Jacob "Jake" Cohen, Jr. (1848-?) Richland, 4th Class. Continued his education in Philadelphia. In wholesale pharmaceutical business with his eldest brother in New Orleans.
Magrath, Andrew Gordon, Jr. (1845-1894) Charleston, 2nd Class. Son of the Governor, he was furloughed during the last year of the war to serve as an aide-de-camp to Brig. Gen. James Connor. Attorney and judge in Charleston.
Martin, Robert Hayne (1847-?) Charleston, 4th Class. Merchant in Charleston and Brooklyn, NY.
Matheson, John Stoney (1849-?) Charleston, 4th Class. Purser in the Merchant Marine in Charleston.
McBee, Vardry Echols (1849-1923) Greenville, 4th Class. Railway service in NC and GA. Brother of F.B. McBee.
McGhee, William Zach (1845-1885) 4th Congressional District, 4th Class. Prior service in Co. G. 7th Regiment SC Cavalry. Journalist and teacher in Cokesbury.
McMichael, William Edward (1846-1889) Orangeburg, 4th Class. Deputy Sheriff in Orangeburg Co.
Meng, Lewis (1846-1911) Union, 4th Class. Overseer in cotton mills in Spartanburg and Laurens.
Miller, Daniel A. (1846-?) 6th Congressional District (Fairfield), 4th Class. Prior service with Co. G. 6th SC Volunteers.
Moore, William H. (1847-1921) Abbeville, 4th Class. Farmer in Donalds.
Moore, Matthew Singleton (1849-?) Sumter, 4th Class. Farmer in Waterloo.
Moore, Thomas Thompson (1845-1922) Newberry, 4th Class. Dentist and city alderman in Columbia.
Munro, James (1846-1913) Anderson, 4th Class. In Union.
Noble, Russell (1847-1865) Charleston, 4th Class. Died of disease while Cadets were in service.
Obear, Henry Norwood (1847-1897) Fairfield, 4th Class. Attorney in Fairfield and Columbia.
Palmer, William DeHon (1846-1912) Charleston, 4th Class. Lost hand while Cadets were in service. Planter in Berkeley Co.
Parker, James Rose (1848-1884) Georgetown, 4th Class. Prior service with 1st (Gregg's) Regiment SC Infantry. Planter in Georgetown Co.
Patterson, William Bailey (1845-1864) Charleston, 2nd Class. Mortally wounded at Tulifinnv.
Pressley, William Burrows (1847-1930) Williamsburg, 4th Class. Rancher in CA.
Ragin, Henry Lawrence (1845-1906) Clarendon, 4th Class. Prior service in Palmetto Sharpshooters. Postwar, changed his name to Henry Ragin Thomas. Near Williston.
Rivers, Frederick Witsell Fraser (1846-1907) Colleton, 4th Class. Physician in Colleton Co.
Rogers, James Mitchell (1845-1924) Charleston, 1st Class. Merchant in MS, LA, and NC.
Salley, Alexander McQueen (1847-1929) Orangeburg, 3rd Class. Farmer in Orangeburg Co. and sheriff.
Sanders, Cotesworth Pinckney (1846-1919) Colleton, 4th Class. Merchant in Bamberg; attorney in Gaffney and Spartanburg.
Sellers, John Calhoun (1847-1920) Marion, 4th Class. Attorney, farmer, and land surveyor in Marion Co. Legislator and postmaster of Sellers.
Sessions, David Robert (1847-1924) Georgetown, 4th Class. Prior service in Co. B (Brooks Rifle Guards), 10th Regiment SC Infantry. Farmer.
Shuck, John Sexton (1847-1907) Barnwell, 4th Class. Teacher, mercantile business, and newspaper editor in Aiken and Bamberg.
Simons, William Wragg (1846-1913) Charleston, 4th Class. Clerk of Charleston City Council.
Simpson, McNeil Turner (1845-i919) Laurens, 4th Class. Planter and mercantile agent in Laurens Co.
Small, James Hampton (1850-1925) Georgetown, 4th Class. Merchant in Georgetown.
Smith, Henry A. (?-1909) 6th Congressional District, 4th Class. Prior service as Sgt., Co. B. 1st SC Artillery.
Snowden, Theodore Willard (1847-1896) Charleston, 4th Class. Brother of W.H. Snowden. Cotton broker in Charleston.
Spann, John Wesley (1846-1917) Lexington, 4th Class. Farmer in Gilbert.
Spearman, John Franklin (1845-?) Newberry, 4th Class. Schoolteacher in Newberry and railroad ticket agent in Columbia.
Stansell, Francis Wardlaw (1845-1875) Barnwell, 4th Class. In Williston.
Thomas, Peyre (1846-1885) Fairfield, 4th Class. Prior service. Physician in TX. First cousin of Capt. J.P. Thomas and brother of Cadets Edward and W.R. Thomas
Thomson, Arthur W. (1844-?) 3rd Congressional District (Barnwell), 4th Class. Prior service in 1st (Hagood's) Regiment SC Infantry.
Thompson, Waddy, Jr. (1847-1882) Greenville, 4th Class. Physician in Greenville.
Tiedeman, John Carston (1846-1938) Charleston, 4th Class. Wholesale grocer and provision dealer in Charleston.
Vance, James Wistar (1845-?) Abbeville, 4th Class. Physician in Memphis, TN.
Vose, John George (184B-1923) Colleton, 4th Class. City commissioner in Lawrenceville, GA
Walker, Mendel Lafayette (1845-?) Laurens, 4th Class. Prior service with 5th SC Infantry. Farmer
Wallace, Edwin Ruthven (1846-1892) Union, 4th Class. Prior service as Sgt., 5th Regiment SC Infantry, severely wounded at Frazier's Farm, VA.
Watson, Artemas Briggs (1847-1912) Edgefield, 4th Class. Methodist Minister in Saluda Co.
Wells, Joseph Seabrook (1848-1883) Beaufort, 4th Class. Commission merchant in Charleston.
Williams, Earle E. (1848-?) Edgefield 4th Class.
Williman, Walter (1845-1924) Charleston, 4th Class. Bank teller and cashier in Charleston.
Woodward, Alston Parke "Pat" (1847-?) 3rd Congressional District (Beaufort), 4th Class. Prior service as teamster with Co. D, Holcombe Legion. POW Kinston, NC, Dec. 15, 1862. Farmer at Hawthorne in Aiken Co.