The Civil War in South Carolina



4th Infantry Battalion Reserves
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HISTORICAL NOTES:

This unit was organized with 6 companies in mid-1864. They were in the forces of General Joseph E. Johnston who surrendered at Durham Station, Orange County, NC on 26 April 1865.

OFFICERS:

Williams, James Henderson, Major. Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, born 1813, died 1892 of Newberry District, previously commanded the 3rd SC Infantry, 5th SC State Troops, and 9th SC Reserves

ASSIGNMENTS:

Ripley's Brigade (July to Oct)
  Columbia Military Prison
  Florence Stockade
  Chestnut's Brigade (Dec thru Jan)

BATTLES:

Carolinas Campaign (Feb thru April)

ROSTERS:

Company A - Captain William Henry Holman - Newberry District

Company B - Captain M. W. Coleman - Abbeville District

Company C - Captain John F. Sims - Newberry District

Company D - Captain W. J. M. Jones - Laurens District

Company E - Captain E. M. Cooper - Laurens District

Company F - Captain Wesley H. Robertson - Abbeville District

Company G - Captain - Unknown Distrrict

Company H - Captain William Boyd - Unknown District

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Note:
The 4th Battalion was initially organized with 5 companies on 10 Jul 1864. On 1 Nov 1864, Co. B was divided to form Co. F

If you have any information about these troops or these units, please contact contact

Bil Brasington

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