In some cases the company transferred itself to another regiment; as Co. G, 9th S.C.V., Capt. Jas. L. Coker, became Co. E, of 6th S.C.V.; Co. E, of the 4th S.C.V., became Co. B, of the P.S.S. Out of the 4th, 5th, and 9th S.C.V., a regiment of twelve companies was formed, called the Palmetto Sharp Shooters, Co. A. Capt. John W. Goss; Co. B, Capt. F. W. Kilpatrick; Co. C, Capt. Humphreys: Co. D, Capt. A. H. Foster; Co. E, Capt. Colclough; Co. F, Capt. Jos. E. Lee; Co. G. Capt. J. N. Withers; Co. H, Capt. J. W. Martin; Co. I, Capt F. Garvin, Co. K, Capt. John H. Evans; Co. L, Capt. John Daniels; Co. M, Capt. F. G. Latham.
The Palmetto Sharpshooters served throughout the war in Virginia and surrendered at Appomattox. The regiment accompanied Longstreet to Knoxville, TN, and then returned to Virginia in the spring of 1864. It was also known as Jenkin's Brigade after its Colonel, Micah Jenkins, and as Bratton's Brigade.
The regiment lost 9 killed and 74 wounded at Gaines's Mill, and 68% of the 375 engaged at Frayser's Farm. There were 2 casualties at South Mountain, 65 as Sharpsburg, 4 at Fredericksburg, and 44 as Wauhatchie.
At the surrender at Appomattox, the regiment had 29 commissioned officers, and 356 enlisted men. James M. M. Fall was Adjutant and A. H. Foster was Capt. Commanding.
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