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CADE

Cade, Robert Yancey - Co. I, 4th S. C. Volunteer Calvary. Captured at Trevillian Station of June 11, 1864. His horse ran under a low tree and knocked him out of the saddle. He was taken to Fortress Monroe, Va and transferred to Elmira on July 25, 1864. He took the oath on June 30, 1865.

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CAIN

Cain, S. G. - Corp., Co. C, 26th SC, died Point Lookout Prison

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CALDWELL

Caldwell, R. W. - Orr's Regiment, Company B, 4th Sergt. Abbeville Co., Wounded at Wilderness

Caldwell, James A. C.- Orr's Regiment, Company B, Private, Abbeville Co., Living in MS in 1883

Caldwell, J. A. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., died of disease in hospital 1862

Caldwell, H.G. - Co. K, Sgt., 17th SC, died Point Lookout Prison

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CALHOUN

Calhoun, W. R. D. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, Private, age 25 when enlisted, Died Oct 1, 1862

Calhoun, Thoms W. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, Private, age 30 when enlisted, Oconee Co., Deserted

Calhoun, Warren R. D. - Pickens Co., SC, Private, Company E, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's Regiment, (died October 1862) 


CALLAHAN - CALLAHAM

Callahan, John William - Pickens District, South Carolina , 2nd Sergeant, Co.G, 22nd SC Infantry (died July 1864)

Callaham, T. C. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 22 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., living in 1883

Callaham, L. A. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 20 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died in battle at Gaines Mill June 27, 1862


CALLIS

Callis, James H. - Pickens District, South Carolina, Private, Co.E, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's ( died August 1862) 

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CALVERT

Calvert, W. J. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 18 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died of disease at Richmond, 1862

Calvert, F. M. -Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 25 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., Wounded at Fredricksburg, 1862; Captured; living in 1883


CAMPBELL

Campbell, J. L. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private., Anderson Co.

Campbell, A. D. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private., Anderson Co., died in battle at Gaines Mill

Campbell, James - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Private., Marion Co., died in battle June 1864

Campbell, Robert - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private., Anderson Co., Discharged

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CAMINADE

Caminade, John C. Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. B, Palmetto Sharp Shooters (died unknown)


CANNON

Cannon, W. R. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, Private, age 25 when enlisted, died in battle at Gaines Mill June 27, 1862

Cannon, Silas K- Orr's Regiment, Company E, Private, age 18 when enlisted, Surrendered.

Cannon, James M. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, Private, age 20 when enlisted, Surrendered.

Cannon, John W. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 21 when enlisted, Sergt., Oconee Co., Wounded at Cold Harbor; Promoted from ranks

Cannon, Warren R. - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. E, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's (died June 1862)

Cannon, M. - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. A, 2nd SC Rifles, (died Sept. 1862)

Cannon, L. M. - SC Palmetto Sharpshooters, Company K

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CAPEHEART

Capeheart, J. H. - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. B, 2nd SC Rifles, (d. unknown)

Capeheart, W. Frank - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, died of disease in 1862 


CAPPS

Capps, Andrew J. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, Private, Oconee Co., Deserted

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CARDEN - CARLISLE - CARWILE - CAROL

Carden, C. J. - Pickens District, South Carolina , Sergeant, Co. B, Palmetto Sharp Shooters, (d. October 1864)

Carlisle, L. A. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., died in battle at Fredricksburg

Carwile, J. N. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co

Carol, W. J. - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. K, 22nd SC Infantry, (d. July 1864) 

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CARPENTER

Carpenter, Thomas J. - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. unknown, (d. Sept.1863)

Carpenter, Thomas - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., died of disease at Richmond

Carpenter, Joseph - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., died of disease at Richmond

Carpenter, John - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., died of disease at Richmond

Carpenter, Beltire O. - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., died disease at Richmond

Carpenter, John (l 24) Private, Anderson Co., died since the war (before 1883) 

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CARSON

Submitted by Clyde B. Kinard, Jr. email bkinard@internix.net
Carson, Andrew M. - A private in Company I, 1st South Carolina Artillery. He enlisted at Charleston, S.C. on January 29, 1862 and was captured at Morris Island, S.C. on July 10, 1863. He was paroled from Elmira Prison on March 10, 1865, and exchanged at Boulware's Wharf, James River, Va. on March 15.

Carson, N. C. - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. D, Hampton's Legion, (d. Sept. 1864)


CARVER

Carver, Alfred - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. K, 22nd SC Infantry, (d. July 1864)

Carver, Allison -Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., died in battle at Chancellorville

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CARTER

Carter, Reuben E. - (l 20) Private, Anderson Co., died in battle at Cold Harbor, Jun 27, 1862


CASEY - CATER

Casey, Roland M. (l 38) Private, Anderson Co., dead

Cater, W. H.-Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., died of wounds 27 Jun 1862

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CHAMBERS

Chambers James W. -Orr's Regiment, Company C, Private, Oconee Co., age 22 when enlisted, Surrendered 1865


CHAMBLEE

Chamblee, J. M. -Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., Transferred 1862

Chamblee, Zedric L. - (l 34) private, Anderson Co.

Chamblee, Elisha F. - (l 3?) private, Anderson Co., missing

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CHARLES

Charles, J. D. -Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 20 when enlisted, 1st Lt., Greenville Co., Promoted from ranks 1862; Captured at Falling Waters, Jul 14, '63; in prison at Jo 


CHAPMAN

Chapman, Barry - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. G, SC Artillery Regiment, (d. December 1861)

Chapman, Philip - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Corporal, Pickens Co., Wounded at 2nd Manassas

Chapman, Joseph - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Pickens Co., Wounded at 2nd Manassas and Petersburg

Chapman, Henson - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Pickens Co., Wounded at 2nd Manassas

Chapman, Enoch - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Pickens Co.

Chapman, Cyrus - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Pickens Co., Surrendered 1865 

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CHASTAIN

Chastain, Thomas - Orr's Regiment, 1st SC Rifles, Company E, Pickens District, Private, age 25 when enlisted, died in battle at Gaines Mill June 27, 1862

Chastain, Martin N. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, Private, age 30 when enlisted, Deserted, D???? out of service

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CHILDRESS

Childress, Elias - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. K, 2nd SC Rifles, (d. November 1863)


CHILDS - CHILES

Following submitted by: Ronnie W. Bagwell, email secession62@hotmail.com
THOMAS JEFFERSON CHILDS (CHILES), (b. 22 Nov. 1825  d. 12 July 1907) Served as a corporal/private in Co. G, 3rd SC Reserves and in Co. H, 3rd (Palmetto) Bn., SC Light Artillery. He enlisted in Greenville, SC on 24 Nov. 1862 (90 days). Reenlisted 13 Feb. 1863 in Greenville, SC. He was absent sick during August 1863. On furlough for 30 days as of 2 April 1864. He was married on 3 Dec. 1848 to Annie Street. He was a son of John Chiles and Parmelia Green. He was born in Greenville District, SC. He died in Pickens County, SC and is buried at Griffin Baptist Ch. Cem. near Pickens, SC.

JOHN H. CHILES, Private, Co. B, 1st SC Regular (Butler's) Infantry, He was born in 1837 in Greenville District, SC, a son of John Chiles and Parmelia Green. He enlisted on March 22, 1862 at Camp Evans, SC. He was on the muster roll on Dec. 31, 1864.

PERRY CHILES, Private, Co. G, 4th SC Infantry, He was born ca. 1832 in Greenville District, SC, a son of John Chiles and Parmelia Green. He enlisted on April 14, 1861 in Greenville, SC. He was killed in action at the Stone Bridge, Manassas Junction, Virginia on July 21, 1861.

WILLIAM "WILL" CHILES, Private, Co. G, 4th SC Infantry, He was born ca. 1833 in Greenville District, SC, a son of John Chiles and Parmelia Green. He enlisted on 14 April 1861 in Greenville, SC. He died of disease at Culpepper General Hospital, Culpepper, Virginia on Sept. 11, 1861.

WADE HAMPTON CHILES, Private, Co. B, 1st SC Regular (Butler's) Infantry. He was born on 15 April 1838 in Greenville District, SC. He was a son of John Chiles and Parmelia Green. He enlisted on April 5, 1862 at Camp Evans, SC. He was paroled at Greensboro, NC on 28 April 1865. He died on 25 Oct. 1894 and was buried at New Liberty Baptist Church Cem. in Travelers Rest, SC.

LEACEL L. CHILES, Sergeant, Co. B, 1st SC Regular (Butler's) Infantry, He was born on 17 Oct. 1841 in Greenville District, SC, a son of John Chiles and Parmelia Green. He enlisted on Feb. 28, 1861 in Greenville, SC. He was mustered in on May 17, 1861. He reenlisted on Feb. 28, 1862 at Camp Muist, SC. He was promoted to corporal on April 29, 1862. He was captured at Averasboro, NC on March 16, 1865. He was released at Hart's Island, NY Prison on June 17, 1865. He died on 11 Oct. 1917 and is buried at New Liberty Baptist Church Cem. in Travelers Rest, SC.

THOMAS CHILES, JR., Private, Co. A, 3rd Bn. (Palmetto) SC Light Artillery, Thomas was born on 10 Nov. 1848 in Greenville District, SC, a son of Thomas Chiles, Sr. and Catherine Little. He enlisted at age 13, on 1 March 1862. He served in Earle's Battery until 1864. He was married to Martha Jane Richardson and they were the parents of nine children. He died on 15 Jan. 1931 and is buried at Standing Springs Baptist Church Cem. in Simpsonville, SC.

WADDY THOMPSON CHILES, Private, Co. A, 3rd Bn. (Palmetto) SC Light Artillery/Capt. Earle's Co. Horse Artillery, He was born on 25 April 1840 in Greenville district, SC, a son of Thomas Chiles, Sr. and Catherine Little. He enlisted on March 1, 1862. He was paroled at High Point, NC on May 2, 1865. He was married on 8 Nov. 1865 to MarthaWashington Watson. He died on 3 Nov. 1939 and is buried at Salem United Methodist Church Cem. in Greenville co., SC.

OBEDIAH B. "DYER" CHILES, Private, Co. A, 3rd Bn. (Palmetto) SC Light Artillery, He was born on 6 March 1842 in Greenville District, SC, a son of Thomas Chiles, Sr. and Catherine Little. He was married to Emily Josephine Elrod and they were the parents of eleven children. He died on 18 August 1898 and is buried at Bethesda Methodist Church Cem. in Piedmont, Anderson Co., SC.

Chiles, James Ed Company B, Orr's Regiment, Private, Abbeville Co., Wounded at 2nd Manassas, Living in 1883

Chiles, Benjamin Company B, Orr's Regiment, Private, Abbeville Co.,

Childs, J. H. Company G, Orr's Regiment, Private, Abbeville Co., age 32 when enlisted, Wounded at Falling Waters, Fredricksburg and Wilderness, Captured, living in 1883

Childs, G. P. Company G, Orr's Regiment, Private, Abbeville Co., age 18, Wounded at Fredricksburg and 2nd Manassas, Died since war

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CHISHIN

Chishin, R. S. Company K, Orr's Regiment, Captain, Anderson Co., Wounded at Spotsylvania, Discharged, Promoted from 1st Corp., living 1883


CHRISTIAN

Christian, Major T. Company C, Orr's Regiment, Corporal, Oconee Co., Discharged; Promoted from ranks and transferred to other command

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CLAMP

Clamp, Henry Co.B, Private, Orr's Regiment, Abbeville Co.

Clamp, J. B. Co. G, Orr's Regiment, age 32 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., Captured; living

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CLARK

Submitted by: Peggy C. Craft - email pcraft@mindspring.com

CLARK, Elijah Vance - born 1842 (tombstone) (1832 census records 1860 Anderson Co., SC); died January 1906, Mt. Carmel, SC; buried Hillcrest Cemetery, Bowman, Hart County, GA; married (1) Mary Elizabeth Duncan, died 1855-1860; married (2) Georgia Ann (Georgianne) Gaines, born 1841 (tombstone) (1835, census records 1860 Anderson Co., SC); died December 5, 1898, Hartwell, Hart County, GA; buried Hillcrest Cemetery, Bowman, Hart County, GA. Elijah Vance Clark's father: Henry Clark; mother: Sarah (unknown). E. V. Clark enlisted November 6, 1863, Charleston, SC, by Capt. Pickens, Company G 22nd Regiment SC Volunteers. Was dischared for medical reasons on December 7, 1863. Certificate of Disability for Discharge states: "Private E. V. Clark of Capt. Pickens Company of 22nd Reg't of SC volunteers at Sullivan Island on the 6th day of Nove 1863 to serve 3 years or the war. He was born in Anderson District state of South Carolina, is 28 years of age, 5 ft. 9 inches high, dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair, and by occupation when enlisted a farmer. He has been unfit for duty the greater part of the time since enlisted and it is well known that he has been seriously afflicted for years past." J. M. Pickens Capt, Co. 5, 22nd Reg't SC V, First Military District, Mount Pleasant, Nov 30th 1863. Discharged December 7, 1863, Sullivans Island, SC. Forwarded to me by a descendant of Elijah Vance Clark, who is the brother of my gg-grandfather, James Clark.

Clark, Alfred Co. C, Orr's Regiment, age 45 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., Discharged over age

Clark, John Co. H, Orr's Regiment, Private, Marion Co., Wounded at Horse Shoe, May 1864; Captured

Clark, J. B. (l 38) Orr's Regiment, Private, Anderson Co., died since the war

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CLAYTIRE (?)

Claytire, (?) Jesse M. - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Pickens Co., died in battle at Gaines Mill

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CLEMENT

Clement, J. K. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., Surrendered


CLEMSON

Clemson, John C. - Orr's Regiment, Company B, Private, Abbeville Co., Promoted Luet, SC Regulars

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CLELAND - CLEVELAND

Cleland, David - Orr's Regiment, Company G, Private, Abbeville Co., age 27 when enlisted, died in battle at Richmond, 1862

Cleveland, F. U. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, Private, age 26 when enlisted, Surrendered

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CLINKSCALES

Clinkscales, J. B. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., died in battle at Fredricksburg

Clinkscales, Silas W. - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., Surrendered; belonged to band in Arkansas

Clinkscales, Alex E. - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., Wounded at Fredricksburg; Surrendered, living in Oconee Co., in 1883

Clinkscales, Frank - Orr's Regiment, Company G, Private, age 25 when enlisted, Abbeville Co., died in battle at Gaines Mill <Notes:  Dr. Frank Clinkscales was killed by a cannon shot near the road running from New Cold Harbor to Old Cold Harbor, making two men of Company G killed by cannon shot before we had fired a gun.>>>

Clinkscales, B. T. - Private, SC Palmetto Sharpshooters, Company C, surrendered Appomattox

Clinkscales, R. M. - Private, SC Palmetto Sharpshooters, Company C, surrendered Appomattox

Clinkscales, R. L. - Private, SC Palmetto Sharpshooters, Company C, surrendered Appomattox

Clinkscales, J. F. - 1st Corporal, SC Palmetto Sharpshooters, Company C, surrendered Appomattox

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COBB

Cobb, J. C., Jr.- Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. H, 12th SC Infantry, (d. August 1862)

Cobb, Robert - Pickens District, South Carolina , Corporal, Co. K, 12th SC Infantry, (d. 1864)

Cobb, Thomas - Company H, Orrs Regiment, Private, Marion Co., Wounded at Fredricksburg

Cobb, H. A . - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded at Fredricksburg and Petersburg; Discharged on account of wounds; lost a leg; living in1883

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COCHRAN

Cochran, S. W. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 36 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., Wounded at Gaines Mill; living; Discharged; died since the war

Cochran, J. B. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 27 when enlisted, 4th Corp., Abbeville Co., Wounded at Falling Waters, Jul 14, 1863, Spotsylvania, May 12, 1864, Jones' Farm, Sep 30, 18??

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COFFEE

Coffee, W. H. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, age 20 when enlisted, Private, Died Jul 8, 1862

Coffee, J. A. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, age 18 when enlisted, Private, Died Dec 2, 1862

Coffee, James A. - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. E, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's Regiment, (d. December 1862)

Coffee, William - Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. E, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's Regiment, (d. July 1862)

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COKER

Coker, Berry - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., died in battle at Wilderness


COLBY

Colby, Joseph B. - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., Wounded at Petersburg; Surrendered, living in Pickens Co., SC in 1883


COLE

Cole, H. A. - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., Discharged on account of disease, lived in Seneca City 1883

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COLLINS

Collins, J. H.- Pickens District, South Carolina , Private, Co. B, 2nd SC Rifles, (d. unknown)

Collins, Perry - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Private, Marion Co.,

Collins, John E. - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Sgt., died in battle at Horse Shoe, May 1864, Promotedd from ranks 1862

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COLLUM

Collum, Michael - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded at Gaines Mill; Discharged on account of wounds


CONNOR - CONNER

Connor, George McD. - Orr's Regiment, Company B, Private, Abbeville Co., died of disease at Home 1862

Connor, Wilson - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Private, Marion Co., Wounded at 2nd Manassas

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COOK

Cook, E. R. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, Private, Oconee Co., died of disease in Hospital


COOPER

Cooper, W. B. - SC Palmetto Sharpshooters, Company K

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COPPOCK

Submitted By: BrendaL@worldnet.att.net
Moses Matthais Coppock - Served in Civil War. was wounded at Spotsylvania and was at Appomattox. Lived in Bush River, South Carolina.

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CORBIN

Following submitted by: David Payne <otime@hotmail.com>
Corbin, William Franklin - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Oconee Co., Wounded at Fredricksburg (b: Apr 05, 1836 - d: Nov 20, 1899 in Oconee Co. SC) Buried in Corbin Cem. 7 mi. above Salem, SC off Rt. 130

Father: William (Billy) Frank CORBIN Mother: Belona (Lona) WHITMIRE

Married after 1862 to Frances Elizabeth (Fannie) NICHOLSON (Oct 15, 1839 - Nov 19, 1925 in Oconee Co. SC) Buried in Corbin Cem. 7 mi. above Salem, SC off Rt. 130

Corbin, James Daniel - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Oconee Co., enlisted Mar 20, 1862, died of wounds at Richmond in 1862, Wounded at Fredricksburg, (b. Aug 05, 1834 - d. Dec 31, 1862 in Richmond VA) buried in Hollywood Cem. Richmond, VA

Father: William (Billy) Frank CORBIN Mother: Belona (Lona) WHITMIRE

Married before 1856 to Frances Elizabeth (Fannie) NICHOLSON (Oct 15, 1839 - Nov 19, 1925 in Oconee Co. SC) Buried in Corbin Cem. 7 mi. above Salem, SC off Rt. 130

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COTHRAN

Submitted by Cynthia Raxter
Cothran, Woodson - Orr's Regiment, Company E, 1st SC Rifles, Private, age 40 when enlisted, Pickens District, died in battle at Gaines Mill July 20, 1862

Cothran, William J. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, Private, age 28 when enlisted, Deserted, father was Woodson Cothran above.

Cothran, James S. - Orr's Regiment, Company B, Captain, Abbeville Co., Wounded at 2nd Manassas, Chancellorsville, Isnco Ford?; Promoted, Lt, Capt

Cothran, R. B. - enlisted at Pickens, June 19, 1863; on muster roll of December 31, 1864. Co.D, 1st Regiment, SC , Volunteer Infantry 

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COWAN

Cowan, William T. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, Private, age 16 when enlisted, Abbeville Co., Wounded at Gaines Mill, Jun 27, 1862; Captured in 1863; Lost an arm in front of Petersburg, Ju

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COX

Cox, A. M. - Sergeant Pickens District, South Carolina , Co. B, 2nd SC Rifles, (d. unknown)

Cox, Zachariah B. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 32 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., died of disease at Richmond

Cox, Andrew P. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, Private, Oconee Co., Surrendered 1865

Cox, Allen - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., died in battle at Gaines Mill

Cox, Hugh - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Private, Marion Co., Wounded at South Anna

Cox , W. F. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., died of wounds at Gaines Mill

Cox , W. B. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., Surrendered, living in1883

Cox ,Thomas - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., Discharged; living in 1883

Cox, J. M. - Orr's Regiment, Company K,Anderson Co., Corporal, died in battle at Wilderness, Promoted from ranks

Cox, J. H. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., died of disease in Virginia

Cox, J. B. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded at Reames Station

Cox, G. W. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Captain, Wounded at Gaines Mill; Discharged; living in 1883

Cox, Aris - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., Surrendered, living in 1883

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CRAIG

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Craig, William M. - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Sergent, Oconee Co., Wounded at Fredericksburg; discharged 1863 Parents: Robert Craig married to Rachel Speed (daughter of William W Speed and Sarah Lawrence)

Craig, Lawrence Cotesworth - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Sergent, Oconee Co., died in battle at Graveley Hill, Wounded at Ox Hill, (29 Sep 1827 in SC - 3 Oct 1864) He was buried in Craig Family Cemetery, Pickens Co., SC. He was a Sheriff. Parents: Robert Craig married to Rachel Speed (daughter of William W Speed and Sarah Lawrence)

Craig, John - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Pickens Co., Wounded at Wilderness and Gravel Hill. Parents: Robert Craig married to Rachel Speed (daughter of William W Speed and Sarah Lawrence)

Craig, Arthur R. - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Pickens Co., Surrendered in 1865 (18 May 1846 - 16 Dec 1902) He was buried in Craig Family Cemetery, Pickens Co., SC. Parents: Robert Craig married to Rachel Speed (daughter of William W Speed and Sarah Lawrence)

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CRAIN

Crain, Jasper - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Oconee Co., died in battle at Gaines Mill

Crain, Henderson - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Oconee Co., died of wounds at Richmond


CRAWFORD

Crawford, James P.- Orr's Regiment, Company B, Private, Abbeville Co., died in battle at 2nd Manassas

Crawford, J. H. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 20 when enlisted, 3rd Lt., Abbeville Co., Promotedd from ranks; Captured; living in 1883

Crawford, David - Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 32 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., Wounded at Deep Bottom; lost a leg; Captured; Died since the war (before 1883)

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CRAYTON

Crayton, B. F. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., Transferred to Commissary Department

Crayton, B. F. Ir. Master, Anderson Co., Appointed 21 Jul '61; resigned Oct '61

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CRENSHAW

Crenshaw, Samuel P. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 25 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., Surrendered in 1865, Married to Elizabeth A Hamilton was born on 15 May 1836. She died on 28 Aug 1927 in Pickens Co., SC. She was buried in New Mountain Grove, Pickens Co., SC. Parents: Matthew Crenshaw was born in 1800 in SC. - died in 1873 in Pickens Co., SC. and Frances Kelley was born in 1805 in VA. She died after 1850 in Pickens Co., SC.

Crenshaw, Hesekiah K. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 23 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., Surrendered in 1865

Crenshaw, Henry M. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 18 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., died of disease at Richmond. Parents: Matthew Crenshaw was born in 1800 in SC. - died in 1873 in Pickens Co., SC. and Frances Kelley was born in 1805 in VA. She died after 1850 in Pickens Co., SC.

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CRESWELL

Creswell, Charles M. - Orr's Regiment, Company B, 3rd Sergt., Abbeville Co., Promoted from ranks, Transferred to SC Regulars 

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CROMWELL

Cromwell, B. M. - Surgeon

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CROSBY

Crosby, Hampton - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., Discharged on account of disease; lived in Oconee Co in 1883


CROWTHER

Crowther, James - Orr's Regiment, Company B, Private, Abbeville Co., died in battle at Wilderness


CRYMES

Crymes, George - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., died in battle at Gaines Mill

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CULLENS - CULLEY

Cullens, A. N. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded at Fredricksburg; Discharged on account of wounds

Culley, Andrew - Orr's Regiment, Company C, Private, age 21 when enlisted, Oconee Co., Wounded at Cold Harbor; Surrendered in 1865

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CUMMINGS

Cummings, R. M. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., died of disease in Virginia

Cummings, M. C. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded at Spotsylvania; Discharged on account of wounds; living in1883

Cummings, John - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., died of disease at home

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CUNNINGHAM

Cunningham, James - Pickens District, South Carolina , Corporal, Co.B, 2nd SC Rifles, (d. unknown)

Cunningham, R. F. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 20 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died in battle at Gaines Mill

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CUSACK

Cusack, Joseph - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Private, Marion Co.,

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