26th SC Infantry Company K
Partial List

Abstracted & written by:
Bob High, Whiteville, NC

The following partial list of members of Company K, 26th South Carolina Infantry, Confederate States of America, is from microfilm at the South Carolina Archives, Columbia, S. C., and was abstracted by the author. Notations are the end of each man's service record are from the 1850 and 1860 U. S. Census tabulations of Horry District, S. C., and Columbus County, N. C. This company of men was formed at Blanton's Crossroads community in Horry District, S. C., in January 1862.

BLACKBURN, JOHN D.
BUFFKIN, ALBERT JOEL
BUFFKIN, REDDING
BUFFKIN, J. T.
CARTWRIGHT, ALVA
CARTWRIGHT, ENOCH
CARTWRIGHT, RICHARD
CARTWRIGHT, WILLIAM H.
FIPPS, J. W.
FIPPS, L. G.
FOWLER, ANDREW M.
FOWLER, AMOS
FOWLER, F. H.
FOWLER, G. W.
FOWLER, JACOB P.
FOWLER, PETER
FOWLER, WILLIAM
GARRIS, W. J.
GORE, C. P.
GORE, WILLIAM E.
HARDEE, PATRICK
HARRELSON, ELISHA
HARRELSON, G. W.
HARRELSON, ISAIAH
HARRELSON, J. H.
HARRELSON, WILSON
HODGES, JOSIAH
HODGES, R. L.
HOOK, JAMES M.
JOLLY, HUGH J.
JOLLY, LEWIS
JONES, DILLON D.
LEWIS, HENRY
LEWIS, JAMES
LEWIS, JAMES S.
LEWIS, S. G.
LEWIS, SOLOMON
LEWIS, STEPHEN S.
LITTLE, JACOB
LONG, DOCK L.
LOVET, ELI
MARTIN, E. W.
MARTIN, J. W.
MARTIN, WILLIAM N.
McDANIEL, J. E.
McDANIEIS, DAVID
McDANIELS, WILLIS
McDURMIL, CARY
MINCY, N. B.
NORRIS, ISAAC K.
PARKER, G. W.
PRINCE, CORNELIUS J.
PRINCE, W. K.
RODGERS, HUGH
RODGERS, JESSE
SESSIONS, PHILANDER C.
SIMMONS, WILLIAM
SMALL, AMOS C.
SMALL, HENRY
SMITH, WILLIAM
STEVENS, ISAAC L.
STRICKLAND, A. G.
STRICKLAND, A. P.
STRICKLAND, W. R.
STROUD, GEORGE W.
STROUD, ISAAC
STROUD, JOHN
TAYLOR, W. J.
THOMPSON, S. H.
TODD, JOSEPH
TODD, R. J.
TODD, S. D.
TYLER, ELIAS
TYLER, JACKSON
WATTS, JAMES
WILLIAMSON, JOHN H.
WILLIAMSON, JOHN
WILLIAMSON, W. P. D.
WISE, GILBERT

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BLACKBURN, JOHN D. - Private - Blackburn resided in Horry District or Columbus County, N. C., when he enlisted on 27 February 1864 in Horry District. He was present or accounted for until given 30-day furlough from Richmond, Virginia, hospital on 20 July 1864, being admitted on 14 July 1864. He was reported absent without leave (AWOL) in Columbus County, N. C., since 1 September 1864 on February 1865 muster roll. See Family No. 651 in 1860 U. S. Census of Columbus County, N. C., where John Blackburn is 33 years old.

BUFFKIN, ALBERT JOEL - Private - Buffkin enlisted on 15 March 1864 in Horry District and as he was under 18 years of age, he required parental consent which is noted in military records in Novenber-December 1864. He was present or, accounted for until captured on 2 April 1865 near Southside, Virginia (near Petersburg). He was confined at Point Lookout, Maryland and released on 24 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance. See Family No. 506 in 1850 U. S. Census of Columbus County, N. C., and Family No. 740 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C.

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BUFFKIN, REDDING - Private - Buffkin enlisted on 1 May 1864 in Horry District at unknown age. He was present or accounted for until captured on 5 April 1865 near Southside, Virginia (near Petersburg). He was confined at Point lookout, Maryland, and released on 24 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.

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BUFFKIN, J. T. - 2nd Lieutenant - Buffkin enlisted in Horry District on 1 January 1862, mustering in as a private. He was present and accounted for until being elected Second Lieutenant on 19 May 1862. He resigned for unknown reason on 19 August 1862.

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CARTWRIGHT (Cartrette), ALVA - Private - Cartwright enlisted in Horry District on 27 February 1864 and was present or accounted for until killed at Clay's Farm, Virginia (near Petersburg) on 20 May 1864. See Family No. 1000 in 1860 U. S. Census of Columbus County, N. C., showing Alva "Cartrett" as 13 years old.

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CARTWRIGHT (Cartrette), ENOCH - Private - Cartwright enlisted in Horry District on 9 February 1864, at the time under age, as consent of parents was required. He was present or accounted for through 20 January 1865 when he was given 60-day furlough from a Richmond, Virginia hospital. See Family No. 808 of 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C., showing Enoch Cartrett" as 14 years old, born in North Carolina.

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CARTWRIGHT (Cartrette), RICHARD - Private - Cartwright enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until muster report of 29 February-30 June 1864 shows him on wounded furlough in Columbus County, N. C., since 3 June 1864. Further records show him wounded across back on 20 May 1864 at Clay's Farm, Virginia (near Petersburg). He returned to duty on 15 November 1864 and was present or accounted for until captured in Richmond hospital on 3 April 1865. He was sent to Point Lookout, Maryland on 2 May 1865, and released on 26 June 1865 after taking Oath of Allegiance. See Family No. 1000 in 1860 U. S. Census of Columbus County, which shows Richard "Cartrett" as 15 years old.

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CARTWRIGHT (Cartrette), WILLIAM H. - Private - Cartwright enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until wounded in first joint of left forefinger on 20 May 1864 at Clay's Farm, Virginia (near Petersburg), and hospitalized in Richmond on 21 May 1864. He was given furlough to Columbus County, N. C., on 28 May 1864 and returned to duty prior to 1 December 1864 when he was admitted to Richmond hospital. Muster roll of February 1865 shows him in hospital since December date. He was on list of paroled prisoners dated 13 April 1865 at Lynchburg, Virginia. See Family No. 1000 in 1860 U. S. Census of Columbus County where William "Cartrett" is 17 years old. Also see Family No. 378 in 1850 U. S. Census of Horry District.

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FIPPS, J. W. - Private - Fipps enlisted in Horry District at Blanton's Crossroads on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until he died in Horry District of disease on 25 January 1864. See Family No. 292 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District.

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FIPPS, L. G., Corporal - Fipps enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He mustered in as a Private. He was present or accounted for until 1 January 1863 when he was promoted to Corporal, and was present or accounted for until killed on 20 May 1864 at Clay's Farm, Virginia (near Petersburg).

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FOWLER, ANDREW M., Private - Fowler enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until he died of disease in Charleston, South Carolina hospital on 21 December 1863. Jacob Fowler, his father, filed a death claim on 14 April 1864. See Family No. 290 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, where Andrew Fowler is 20 years old in family headed by Jacob Fowler.

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FOWLER, AMOS - Private - Fowler enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until discharged for being over 40 years old on 1 January 1863 when term of enlistment completed. He is brother of Reuben Fowler of Columbus County, N. C., in Company D, 20th Regiment, North Carolina Troops.

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FOWLER, F. H. - Private - Fowler enlisted 17 November 1863 in Horry District with consent of parents as he was under 18 years of age. He was present or accounted for until 12 August 1864 when he was given 30-day furlough from Richmond, Virginia, hospital with destination Fair Bluff (Columbus County, N. C.). He returned to duty prior to February 1865 when he was noted as sick at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District. See Family No. 290 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District.

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FOWLER, G. W. - Private - Fowler enlisted 17 November 1863 in Horry District and was present or accounted for until captured on 6 April 1865 at Farmville, Virginia. He was imprisoned at Newport News, Virginia, and released on 15 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.

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FOWLER, JACOB P. - Private - Fowler enlisted 8 December 1863 in Horry District with consent of parents as he was under 18 years of age. He was present or accounted for until captured on 1 April 1865 at Southside Railroad, Virginia (near Petersburg), and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland. He was released on 27 June 1865 after taking Oath of Allegiance.

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FOWLER, PETER - Private - Fowler enlisted 1 January 1862 at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District. He "ran away from company" at Savannah, Georgia depot on 27 August 1863, and returned to duty 23 September 1863. He was present or accounted for until admitted to Petersburg, Virginia, hospital on 12 August 1864. He returned to duty 5 September 1864. No further records.

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FOWLER, WILLIAM - Corporal - Fowler enlisted on 1 January 1862 at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District and mustered in as Corporal. He was present or accounted for until wounded in right arm on 27 June 1864 at unspecified location in Virginia, probably near Petersburg. He was admitted to Richmond, Virginia, hospital on 1 July 1864, and given 30-day furlough on 5 August 1864. No further records.

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GARRIS, W. J.1 - Brigadaire General, (?) - in the Civil War. Roll of the Dead from SC shows him as deceased on March 26, 1862 in Horry, SC

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GORE, C. P. - Private - Gore enlisted on 10 February 1863 at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District. He was present or accounted for until given 30-day furlough to Horry District while sick on 1 February 1864. In February 1865, last record shows him absent without leave (AWOL) since 5 August 1864.

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GORE, WILLIAM E. - Private - Gore enlisted 10 February 1863 at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District. He was present or accounted for until being admitted to Richmond, Virginia hospital on 10 January 1865. He was captured in Richmond hospital on 3 April 1865, and paroled on 12 May 1865.

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HARDEE, PATRICK - Private - Hardee enlisted 20 February 1863 at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, and was present or accounted for until reported sick in Savannah Georgia, hospital and in Horry District August-November 1863. He deserted 5 November 1863 and returned to duty 29 February-30 June 1864. He was admitted to Williamsburg, Virginia, hospital on 14 June 1864 and transferred to Raleigh, N. C., hospital on 18 June 1864. No further records. See Family No. 778 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District where Patrick Hardee is 18 years old.

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HARRELSON, ELISHA - Private - Harrelson resided in Horry District when he enlisted 1 January 1862 at Blanton's Crossroads. He was present or accounted for until captured near Petersburg, Virginia, on 25 March 1865, and confined at Point lookout, Maryland, where he was released 13 June 1865. See Family No. 126 in 1850 U. S. Census of Horry District, where Elisha Harrelson is 8 years old.

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HARRELSON, G. W. - Private - Harrelson enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862 and was present or accounted for until killed at Jackson, Mississippi, on 14 July 1863.

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HARRELSON, ISAIAH - Private - Harrelson enlisted at Camp Wyatt, Wilmington, N. C., on 6 April 1862 in Company D, 20th Regiment, North Carolina Troops. He was present or accounted for until transferring to Company K, 26th South Carolina Infantry, on 24 February 1863. He was detailed as a teamster in May 1863 at Church Flats, S. C., and also detailed to travel to Fair Bluff, N. C. (Columbus County) and return deserters to camp in September 1863. He was present or accounted for through February 1865.

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HARRELSON, J. H. - Private - Harrelson enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until detailed as a teamster for the Quartermaster Department from December 1862 through March-April 1863. On 28 June 1863, he was detailed as a blacksmith at Canton, Mississippi and company records show him on this duty through February 1865.

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HARRELSON, WILSON - Private - Harrelson enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He mustered in as Corporal and was present or accounted for until promoted to Sergeant on 1 January 1863. He was reduced to ranks (Private) February-June 1864 and was present or accounted for until being paroled at Appomattox, Virginia, on 9 April 1865.

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HODGES, JOSIAH - Private - Hodges enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District on 1 January 1862 and was discharged on 3 January 1863 after one year's service for being under 18 years of age.

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HODGES, R. L. - Private - Hodges enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 10 February 1863, and was discharged by surgeon on 24 March 1863.

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HOOK, JAMES M. - Sergeant - Hook enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He mustered in as a Corporal and was present and accounted for until promoted to Sergeant on 1 January 1863. He was present or accounted for until captured 2 April 1865 near Petersburg, Virginia, and was confined at Point Lookout, Maryland. He was released after taking Oath of Allegiance on 13 June 1865.

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JOLLY, HUGH J. - Private - Jolly previously served in Company F, 51st Regiment, North Carolina Troops. He was living in Horry District or Columbus County, N. C., when he enlisted in the 51st Regiment in New Hanover County, N. C., at age 22, on 1 May 1862. He was hospitalized in Raleigh, N. C., in October 1862 and discharged on unspecified date in December, 1862. Enlisted in Company K, 26th Regiment at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 May 1863 and listed as absent sick December 1863-June 1864, then assigned to light duty from November 1864 through February 1865. Brother of Lewis Jolly. See Family No. 760 in 1850 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C.

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JOLLY, LEWIS - Private - Born in Horry District, S. C., and enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 16 February 1863. He was present and accounted for until discharged by surgeon on 5 February 1864, after being report absent sick November 1863-January 1864. Discharge records report age as 17. Brother of Hugh J. Jolly. See Family No. 760 in 1850 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C.

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JONES, DILLON D. - Private - Jones resided in Horry District or Columbus County, N. C., when he enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for through February 1865, and captured at Hatcher's Run, Virginia (near Petersburg), on 25 March 1865. Confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, he was released 28 June 1865 after taking Oath of Allegiance. See Family No. 1086 in 1860 U. S. Census of Columbus County, N. C. A brother, Marvin P. Jones, served in Company E, 36th Regiment (2nd Regiment, Artillery), N. C. Troops. A brother, Stephen D. Jones, served in Company C, 20th Regiment, N. C. Troops.

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LEWIS, HENRY - Private - Lewis enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, 10 February 1863. He was present or accounted for until discharged on 17 August 1863. He reenlisted in this same company on 18 March 1864 in Horry District and was present or accounted for through February 1865, then was captured near Appomattox, Virginia, on 3 April 1865 and transferred to Hart's Island, New York Harbor, on 11 April 1865. He was released on 16 June 1865 after taking Oath of Allegiance.

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LEWIS, JAMES - Private - Lewis enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until dying of wounds from unspecified battle on unknown date in Jackson, Mississippi, hospital on 12 July 1863.

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LEWIS, JAMES S. - Private - Lewis enlisted for one year at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District on 1 January 1862, and was discharged on 1 January 1863 for being under 18 years of age. He reenlisted in this same company on 15 February 1864, with parental consent, and was present or accounted for until being wounded on 15 February 1865 in unspecified action. Last record is a 60-day furlough granted 29 March 1865 from a Richmond, Virginia, hospital.

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LEWIS, S. G. - Private - Lewis enlisted in Horry District on 7 August 1861. He was present or accounted for until he deserted near Bermuda Hundred, Virginia (on the James River, east of Richmond) on 15 June 1864.

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LEWIS, SOLOMON - Private - Lewis transferred from Company P, 1st South Carolina Infantry on 10 April 1863. He was present or accounted for until admitted to Richmond, Virginia, hospital with wound in left hand, on 2 August 1864, site of battle and date of wound unspecified. No further records. See Family No. 848 in 1850 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C.

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LEWIS, STEPHEN S. - Private - Lewis enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for through February 1865, and was captured at Southside Railroad, Virginia (near Petersburg) on 2 April 1865. He was confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, and released 29 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance. Federal prisoner of war records note him as "cross-eyed" and living at Floyds, S. C.

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LITTLE, JACOB - Private - Little's enlistment date unknown. He was captured near Appommattox, Virginia, on unknown date in April 1865 and transferred to Hart's Island, New York Harbor, on 10 April 1865. Federal prisoner of war records show Little died on 10 April 1865 of typhoid and was buried in grave No. 2425 at Hart's Island. A Federal report, dated 15 April 1865, lists his name as "John" Little.

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LONG, DOCK L. - Corporal - Long was living in Columbus County, N. C.,,when he enlisted in Horry District on 25 March 1864. He mustered in as a Private. He was present or accounted for until admitted to Richmond, Virginia, hospital 24 July 1864, 'with "fever." He was given 30-day furlough on 1 September 1864 with destination of Whiteville, N. C. (Columbus County). He was promoted to Corporal prior to 1 November 1864, and was reported absent without leave (AWOL) 25 November-31 December 1864. Returned to duty prior to February 1865, and was captured 25 March 1865 near Petersburg, Virginia and confined at Point Lookout, Maryland. He was released 28 June 1865 after taking Oath of Allegiance. A Federal prisoner of war record shows his home as Horry District, S. C. See Family No. 638 in 1860 U. S. Census of Columbus County, N. C., where Long is shown as 15 years old.

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LOVET, ELI - Private - Lovet enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, for one year on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until detailed as a teamster November-December 1862. Discharged on 3 January 1863 for being over 40 years old. See Family No. 67 in 1850 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C.

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MARTIN, E. W. - Private - Martin enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until 3 January 1863 when he was discharged for being 40 years old. See Family No. 523 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C.

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MARTIN, J. W. - Private - Martin was born in Horry District and enlisted, at age 26, at Magnolia. He was present or accounted for until 1 January 1863 when he was discharged for disability. Medical report says " ... born an idiot, frightened terribly at sound of gun." Enlistment date 1 January 1862.

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MARTIN, WILLIAM N.-Corporal - Martin was born in Horry District and enlisted, at age 54, at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He mustered in as Corporal and was present or accounted for until reduced to ranks (Private) for "inefficiency" on 1 January 1863. He was present or accounted for until discharged by surgeon on 20 April 1864 for debility.

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McDANIEL, J. E. - Private - McDaniel enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862, and was present or accounted for until he died of disease in Horry District on 28 December 1863.

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McDANIEIS, DAVID - Private - McDaniels enlisted at Secessionville, S. C., on 9 July 1862. He was present or accounted for until deserted 16 April 1864, enroute from Charleston, S. C., to Wilmington, N. C.

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McDANIELS, WILLIS - Private - McDaniels enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until deserted 16 April 1864, enroute from Charleston, S. C., to Wilmington, N. C.

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McDURMIL, CARY - Private - McDurmil enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until detailed to Brigade bakery November 1864-February 1865. Federal records show he was received as a deserter on 3 March 1865.

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MINCY, N. B. - Sergeant - Mincy, born in Horry District, enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He mustered in as a Private, and was discharged on 3 January 1863 for being over 40 years old. He reenlisted in this company on 18 March 1864 and was present or accounted for until noted in Petersburg, Virginia, hospital on 17 August 1864. Death claim made on 14 December 1864, by his widow, Sarah Mincy. See Family No. 467 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C. Last records show him as Sergeant.

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NORRIS, ISAAC K. - Private - Norris enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 21 February 1863. He was present or accounted for until admitted to Richmond, Virginia, hospital on 29 November 1864 with pneumonia. Military records show Norris died 23 December 1864 on three separate entries, and also one entry shows 23 January 1865 as the date of death.

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PARKER, G. W. - Private - Parker enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862 and was present or accounted for until he transferred to Company F, 1st South Carolina Infantry on 10 April 1863. See Family No. 752 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C., where George W. Parker is 12 years old.

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PRINCE, CORNELIUS J. - Corporal - Prince resided in Horry District when he enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads on 1 January 1862. He mustered in as a Private. He was present or accounted for until promoted to Corporal July-November 1864. He was present through February 1865, then captured near Petersburg, Virginia, on 2 April 1865. Confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, he was released 16 June 1865 after taking Oath of Allegiance.

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PRINCE, W. K. - Private - Prince resided in Horry District or Columbus County, N. C., when he enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads on 3 February 1863. He was discharged by surgeon's report on 24 March 1863. See Family No. 339 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, where W. R. Prince is 43 years old; and see Family No. 788 in 1860 U. S. Census of Columbus County, N. C., where Wilson Prince is 21 years old.

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RODGERS, HUGH -Private - Rodgers resided in Horry District when he enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until he was paroled at Appomattox, Virginia, on 9 April 1865. See Family No. 830 in 1850 U. S. Census of Horry District, where Hugh Rodgers in 9 years old.

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RODGERS, JESSE - Sergeant - Rodgers enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until detached for service with an unspecified artillery battery November-December 1862. He was prorated to Sergeant on 1 January 1863, and was present or accounted for until killed at Clay Farm, Virginia (near Petersburg) on 20 May 1864.

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SESSIONS, PHILANDER C. - Sessions enlisted at Fort Boggs, Georgia, on 9 May 1862 in Company A, 18th Georgia Battalion and served in that unit until he transferred to this company on 26 March 1864. Military records show his rank as Sergeant in this company, and he was present or accounted for until captured near Southside Railroad, Virginia (near Petersburg) on 2 April 1865. Confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, he was released on 6 June 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance. See Family No. 843 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C., where Sessions is 16 years old.

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SIMMONS, WILLIAM - Private - Simmons enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862 and was present or accounted for until he died in Jackson, Mississippi, hospital on unspecified date from unknown cause. His mother, Viney Simmons, made death benefit claim on 1 August 1863.

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SMALL, AMOS C. - Private - Small enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862 and was present or accounted for until captured 30 July 1864 at Petersburg, Virginia. He was confined at Point Lookout, Maryland and transferred to Elmira, New York on 8 August 1864, where he died 17 December 1864 of diarrhoea. He was buried in grave No. 1074 in Woodlawn National Cemetery at Elmira. See Family No. 671 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C.

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SMALL, HENRY - Private - Small enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862, and was present or accounted for until discharged for being under 18 years of age on 3 January 1863. He reenlisted in this same company on 1 September 1863 and was present or accounted for until February 1865 muster report notes him absent without leave (AWOL) in Horry District since 24 September 1864.

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SMITH, WILLIAM - Private - Smith enlisted at Charleston, S. C., on 14 February 1863, and was present or accounted for until February 1865 muster report notes him absent without leave(AWOL) since 15 August 1864.

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STEVENS, ISAAC L. - Private - Stevens enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 10 February 1863 and was present or accounted for until he deserted at Savannah, Georgia, on 26 August 1863. He was in a Charleston, S. C., hospital on 27 October 1863, and returned to duty November-December 1863. He was present or accounted for until paroled at Appomattox on 9 April 1865. See Family No. 479 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C., where Stevens is 18 years old.

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STRICKLAND, A. G. - Private - Strickland enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 3 March 1863. He was present or accounted for until he deserted at Mount Pleasant, S. C., on 10 September 1863. See Family No. 702 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, S. C.

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STRICKLAND, A. P. - Private - Strickland enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 3 March 1863, and was present or accounted for until he deserted at Mount Pleasant, S. C., on 10 September 1863. See Family No. 56 in 1850 U. S. Census of Horry District, and Family No. 697 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District.

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STRICKLAND, W. R. - Private - Strickland enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 7 March 1863, and was present or accounted for until he deserted at Mount Pleasant, S. C., on 10 September 1863. He returned to duty 27 November 1863 and died in Charleston, S. C., hospital of disease on 15 December 1863. Charity Strickland, his widow, filed a death claim dated 12 April 1864. See Family No. 556 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, where Strickland is 36 years old.

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STROUD, GEORGE W. - Private - Stroud enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 9 January 1863 and was present or accounted for until he deserted at Savannah Depot, Georgia, on 27 August 1863. He returned for duty on 16 October 1863 and again deserted on 16 April 1864 while the company was enroute from Charleston, S. C., to Wilmington, N. C. See Family No. 673 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District,,where Stroud is 28 years old.

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STROUD, ISAAC - Private - Stroud enlisted at Magnolia on 5 May 1862 and was present or accounted for until he died of disease at Church Flats, S. C., on 28 November 1862.

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STROUD, JOHN - Private - Stroud enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 6 April 1863, and was present or accounted for until he deserted while the company was enroute from Charleston,, S. C., to Wilmington, N. C. See Family No. 672 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District, where John Stroud is 26 years old.

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TAYLOR, W. J. - 2nd Lieutenant - Taylor transferred to this company fram Alston's Artillery and was elected Second Lieutenant on 11 November 1862. He was promoted to First Lieutenant on 5 July 1863 and was present or accounted for until killed near Petersburg, Virginia, on 29 July 1864. Isaac P. Taylor, his father, filed a death claim, dated 6 January 1865.

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THOMPSON, S. H. - Private - Thompson enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 3 March 1863, and was present or accounted for until he deserted at Savannah Depot on 27 August 1863. See Family No. 546 in U. S. Census (1860) of Horry District.

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TODD, JOSEPH - Private - Todd resided in Horry District and enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads on 3 February 1863. He was present or accounted for until he deserted at Mount Pleasant, S. C., on 10 September 1863. He returned to duty November-December 1863 and was present or accounted for until captured at Petersburg, Virginia, on 2 April 1865. He was confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, and released on 21 June 1865 after taking Oath of Allegiance.

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TODD, R. J. - Private - Todd enlisted at Charleston, S. C., on 14 February 1863 and was present or accounted for until he deserted at Mount Plesant, S. C., on 10 September 1863. He returned to duty 11 October 1863 and was present or accounted for until Febcruary 1865 muster report shows him absent without leave (AWOL) since 12 February 1865.

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TODD, S. D. - Private - Todd resided in Columbus County, N. C., or Horry District, S. C., before enlisting at Blanton's Crossroads on 10 February 1863. He was discharged by surgeon's report on 24 March 1863. See Family No. 497 in 1860 U. S. Census of Columbus County, N. C., where Todd is 23 years old and native of South Carolina.

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TYLER, ELIAS - Private - Tyler enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 1 January 1862 and was present or accounted for until he deserted 10 September 1863 at Mount Pleasant, S. C. He returned to duty 23 September 1863 and was present or accounted for until he was admitted to Petersburg, Virginia, hospital on 17 June 1864. He died in the hospital on 1 August 1864, from disease.

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TYLER, JACKSON - Private - Tyler enlisted in Horry District on 16 January 1863 and was discharged by surgeon on 24 March 1863. He reenlisted in this company on 16 December 1863 and the February muster report notes him absent without leave (AWOL) since 13 August 1864. See Family No. 316 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District.

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WATTS, JAMES - Private - Watts resided in Horry District and enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads on 1 January 1862. He was present or accounted for until captured near Petersburg, Virginia, on 3 April 1865. He was confined at Hart's Island, New York Harbor, and released on 17 June 1865 after taking Oath of Allegiance.

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WILLIAMSON, JOHN H. - Second Lieutenant - Williamson resided in Horry District and enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads on 1 January 1862. He mustered in as 1st Sergeant and was elected 3rd Lieutenant on 11 November 1862. He was promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on 5 July 1863 and was present or accounted for until wounded in the left foot (fracture) on 30 July 1864 in unspecified battle action. He was absent wounded through February 1865.

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WIILIAMSON, JOHN - Corporal - Williamson enlisted 15 March 1864 in Horry District. He mustered in as a Private and was promoted to Corporal on unspecified date. He was present and accounted for until hospitalized at Petersburg, Virginia, on 12 March 1865. He was transferred to unspecified hospital on 2 April 1865. No further records.

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WILLIAMSON, W. P. D. - Private - Williamson enlisted at Blanton's Crossroads, Horry District, on 3 February 1863. He was present or accounted for until "shot in body" and wounded at Clay Farm, Virginia, on 20 May 1864. He died of wounds on 23 May 1864 in a Petersburg, Virginia, hospital.

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WISE, GILBERT - Private - Wise resided in Columbus County, N. C., or Horry District when he enlisted 15 March 1864 in Horry District. He was in a Richmond, Virginia, hospital in August 1864 with home address listed as "Fair Bluff, N. C." (Columbus County), and listed as a deserter on Federal records dated 12 April 1865 at Washington, D. C.,where he was furnished transportation to Wilmington, N. C. See Family No. 735 in 1860 U. S. Census of Horry District.

The Independent Republic Quarterly
Vol.23 No.2; Spring 1989; pp.14-22

1 Submitted by Garris7769@aol.com

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