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  1. 1890 Veteran and Widows Special Census
  2. 1890 Special Veteran Census of Macomb County, MI [search by soldiers name to include many states]
  3. 1890 York County Census Index
  4. 1890 Veterans Census for Northern Virginia - 1890 Veterans Census of Alexandria, Falls Church and Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, Prince William, and Stafford Counties Listing of soldiers/sailors from US Infantry, US Artillery, Navy, and states of CA, CT, DC, IA, IL, IN, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MN, MS, NC, NH, NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, TN, TX, VA, VT, WI, WV, Washington; other titles of Surgeons, Inspector General, US Inf., Chaplin Hospital; includes many names without state identification or units.
  5. 1906 Confederate Veterans and Widows Enumeration for DeSoto County, MS. [includes states of AL, AR, GA, MO, MS, NC, SC, TN and VA]
  6. 1907 Census of Confederate Soldiers. [includes numerous states]
  7. 1907 Census or Enumeration of Confederate Soldiers Residing in the state of Alabama - Baldwin County. [includes numerous states]
  8. 1907 Census or Enumeration of Confederate Soldiers Residing in the state of Alabama - Washington County. [includes numerous states]
  9. 1907 Census or Enumeration of Confederate Soldiers Residing in the state of Alabama - Mobile County. [includes numerous states]
  10. 1910 Civil War Veterans for DeSoto County, MS. [Soldiers are listed by name, place of birth, and service. List includes states of AL, AR, GA, IL, KY, LA, MD, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA; also birth place of Germany and Hungary]
  11. Access Genealogy: South Carolina Civil War Rosters
  12. Andreas' History of the State of Nebraska - Military Rosters This website is well worth looking at. It names the Veterans residence as well as their nationality and in some cases where buried. Of the first 3 pages I came up with more states and countries than I can list here. Nationalities of Canada, Prussia, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, Sweden, England, Luxemboug, Switzerland, Wales, and more.
  13. Aiken Independent Mounted Infantry, Captain William F. Percival
  14. Barnwell County, SC
  15. Battles of the Civil War involving South Carolina Units
  16. Camp 1921 Staff, Officers and Members of the Tallassee Armory Guards [numerous states listed]
  17. Captain Hugh R. Garden's Company
  18. Cedar Creek Confederate Order of Battle [numerous states listed]
  19. Charleston Light Dragoons
  20. Cherokee County Confederate Veterans
  21. Civil War - Order of Battle - Confederate
  22. Civil War - Gettysburg Confederate Order of Battle
  23. Civil War Ghosts
  24. Civil War Mysteries: Home of the Unknowns
  25. Civil War Photos
  26. Civil War Soldiers Buried within South Carolina
  27. Clarendon County Rosters
  28. Company of Military Historians
  29. Company Rosters [Co. F, 1st S.C. (Orr's) Rifles & Co. C, 2nd S.C. Rifles]
  30. Confederate General Hospital and Moore's Hill Cemetery in Scottsville, VA. [numerous states listed]
  31. Confederates taken Prisoner - The Battle of Five Forks, Dinwiddie< VA, April 1, 1865
  32. Connecticut Civil War Residence Index of Manuscripts
  33. Elliott's Brigade: Capt. Matthews' Co. Heavy Artillery Company A
  34. Fort Hill Guards - Later known as 4th SC Infantry Company I
  35. Garvin County, Wynnewood, OK Confederate Monument [Veteran list includes the states/units of AL, AR, AZ, GA, KY, LA, OK, MO, MS, NC, SC, TN, TX, VA, Cado Indian Battlation, Palmetto Sharpshooters, Chickasaw Battalion, Cherokee Mounted Rifles, Choctaw & Chickasaw Mounted Rifles]
  36. The General Lyon Disaster
  37. The Burning of the General Lyon
  38. The Passenger List of the Steamer General Lyon
  39. Sources for the Steamer General Lyon Disaster - The New York Times - April, 1865 and The Times of London, April 27, 1865
  40. Hampton Legion Cavalry Battalion
  41. Hampton Legion Infantry
  42. The Hanover Dragoons Camp
  43. Hart's Artillery Battery
  44. Histories and Rosters of Confederate Units That Served in the Shenandoah Valley
  45. Hospitals in Richmond during the Civil War
  46. Index to South Carolina Civil War Soldiers
  47. Kanapaux's Battery (Lafayette Light Artillery)
  48. Kershaw's Brigade
  49. MHI Photograph Database
  50. Military Units of South Carolina
  51. Montgomery County [Arkansas] Civil War Veterans [numerous states listed]
  52. Muster Roll of Field & Staff, 5th Regiment SC Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, CSA
  53. Muster Roll of Jackson's Company 1865 [Jackson's Co (A), Burbridge's Regt (4th MO) Cavalry]
  54. Palmetto Sharpshooters, Co. A, SCV "Johnson Rifles", Union County
  55. Palmetto Sharpshooters, Co. B, SCV "Calhoun Mountaineers"
  56. Palmetto Sharpshooters, Co. C, SCV "Palmetto Riflemen" Anderson County
  57. Palmetto Sharpshooters, Co. G, SCV "Jasper Light Infantry" York County
  58. Palmetto Sharpshooters, Co. I, SCV "Pickens Guards"
  59. Palmetto Sharpshooters, Co. L, SCV "Confederate Guards" Anderson County
  60. "Raise the Flag, and Go!" Letter from South Carolina Governor F. W. Pickens to Gen. James Simons of the 4th Brigade, S.C. Militia.
  61. Regimental Nicknames
  62. South Carolina Civil War Map of Battles
  63. South Carolina Civil War Rosters
  64. South Carolina Court Records
  65. South Carolina Department of Archives and History - Check the Research and Genealogy Indexes
  66. South Carolina in the Civil War Homepage
  67. South Carolina in the War Between the States
  68. South Carolina in the War Between the States: Soldier Index
  69. South Carolina Physicians in the Civil War
  70. South Carolina POW's At Hart's Island, NY 1865
  71. South Carolina Prisoners of the Civil War
  72. South Carolina State Militia, State Troops and other Independent Units
  73. South Carolina Rosters: Confederate Zouave Rosters
  74. South Carolina State Troops, Seed Corn Units 1864-1865
  75. Stone's River Order of Battle (Confederate)[numerous units listed]
  76. United Daughters of the Confederacy: Stonewall Jackson Chapter 476 [states listed under title: Our Ancestors]
  77. York County, South Carolina in the Civil War
  78. 1st South Carolina Artillery Battalion
  79. 1st Regiment Artillery South Carolina
  80. 1st South Carolina Cavalry
  81. 1st Infantry Regiment Rifles (Orr's Rifles)
  82. 1st South Carolina Cavalry, Co H, Robin Jones Cavalry, York County, SC
  83. 1st (Butler's) Infantry Regiment Regulars
  84. 1st 1st (Hagood's) Infantry Regiment
  85. 1st (Martin's) Mounted Militia Regiment 1861-1862
  86. 1st (McCreary's) Infantry Regiment (1st Provisional Army)(Gregg's)
  87. 2nd South Carolina State Troops Aug 1863-Feb 1864 Co. A-K
  88. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Regiment, Co. G "Flat Rock Guards"
  89. 2nd Artillery Regiment
  90. 2nd Artillery Regiment Company K - Edgefield Hussars
  91. 2nd South Carolina Cavalry, CSA, Hampton's Legion 1861-1865
  92. 2nd Cavalry Regiment Company I
  93. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead
  94. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead Co. A
  95. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead Co. B
  96. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead Co. C
  97. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead Co. D
  98. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead Co. E
  99. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead Co. F
  100. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead Co. G
  101. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead Co. H
  102. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead Co. I
  103. 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Roster of the Dead Co. K
  104. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Field and Staff
  105. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Co. A
  106. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Co. B
  107. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Co. C
  108. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Co. D
  109. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Co. E
  110. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Co. F
  111. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Co. G
  112. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Co. H
  113. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Co. I
  114. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Co. K
  115. 3rd South Carolina Regiment
  116. 3rd South Carolina Regiment Volunteer Cavalry Co. B
  117. 4th Cavalry Battalion (also known as 3rd Cavalry Battalion)
  118. 4th Cavalry Regiment
  119. South Carolina State Militia Fourth Brigade of Charleston
  120. 5th Regiment South Carolina Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, CSA
  121. 5th South Carolina Calvary Regiment 1861-1865
  122. 5th South Carolina Calvary Regiment, CSA 1861-1865
  123. 5th Infantry South Carolina Volunteers, Co. G
  124. 5th South Carolina Cavalry, Co. K, "Mountain Rangers"
  125. 6th Infantry, Co. B "Catawba Guards" South Carolina Volunteers
  126. 7th Cavalry Regiment
  127. 7th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry, Co. I, Sumter, South Carolina
  128. 7th Infantry Regiment
  129. 7th South Carolina Infantry, Co. D
  130. 7th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment
  131. 8th Infantry Regiment
  132. 9th Infantry Regiment, CO. C "The Claredon Blues"
  133. 9th Regiment South Carolina militia - Upper Battalion
  134. 10th South Carolina Regiment
  135. 10th Regiment South Carolina Militia - Denny Company, CSA
  136. 12th Infantry, Company A South Carolina Volunteers "Palmer Guards" York County
  137. 12th Infantry Co. B South Carolina Volunteers "Campbell Rifles" York County
  138. 12th Infantry Regiment Co. C South Carolina Volunteers
  139. 12th Infantry South Carolina Volunteers, Co. C, Fairfield County
  140. 12th South Carolina Infantry, CO H "Indian Land Guards"
  141. 13th Regiment SC Volunteers
  142. 13th Infantry Regiment
  143. 13th Infantry Regiment Company K
  144. 14th Infantry Regiment
  145. 14th Infantry Regiment
  146. 15th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Co D, Roll of Kershaw Guards
  147. 16th South Carolina Infantry
  148. 17th Infantry Co. B, South Carolina Volunteers "Evans's Tramp Brigade" Lyles Rifles, Fairfield County
  149. 17th South Carolina Infantry, CO. C -"Evan's Tramp Brigade" Broad River Light Infantry York County
  150. 17th Infantry Co. D, South Carolina Volunteers "Evans's Tramp Brigade" Chester County
  151. 17th Infantry Co. E, South Carolina Volunteers "Evans's Tramp Brigade" Indian Land Tigers, York County
  152. 17th Infantry Co. F, South Carolina Volunteers "Evans's Tramp Brigade" Carolina Rifles
  153. 17th Infantry Co. G, South Carolina Volunteers "Evans's Tramp Brigade" Barnwell County
  154. 17th Infantry Co. H, South Carolina Volunteers "Evan's Tramp Brigade" Barnwell County
  155. 17th South Carolina Infantry, CO. K "Lacy Guards" York County
  156. 18th South Carolina Infantry, CO. A, Union County
  157. 18th South Carolina Infantry, CO. B, Union County
  158. 18th South Carolina Infantry, CO. C, Union County
  159. 18th South Carolina Infantry, CO. D
  160. 18th Infantry South Carolina Volunteers Co. E Spartansburg and Edgefield County
  161. 18th Infantry South Carolina Volunteers Co. F Spartansburg, Union and York County
  162. 18th Infantry Co. G, South Carolina Volunteers "Mountain Guards" York County
  163. 18th Infantry South Carolina Volunteers, CO. H "Catawba Light Infantry"
  164. 18th Infantry South Carolina Volunteers, CO. I "Darlington Rifles"
  165. 18th Infantry South Carolina Volunteers, CO. K, "Broad River Guards" Spartanburg, Union and York County
  166. 18th South Carolina Infantry Regiment
  167. 19th South Carolina Co. C
  168. 20th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry History
  169. 20th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry
  170. 21st South Carolina Infantry, CO. F
  171. 22st Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers, Co. B.
  172. 23rd South Carolina Volunteers, Co. G
  173. 23rd South Carolina Volunteers, Co. I
  174. 23rd South Carolina Volunteers, Co. K
  175. 24th South Carolina Volunteers
  176. 24th South Carolina Volunteers
  177. 25th South Carolina Infantry, Co. I, Edgefield Light Infantry
  178. 26th South Carolina Volunteers, Co. H
  179. 26th South Carolina Volunteers, Co. K
  180. 27th South Carolina Volunteers, Co. F
  181. 34th Regiment Aka 5th Regiment Company B, SC State Troops, York County, SC

 

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