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Fairlee, George M. - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Captain, Richmond, NC, died of disease at Guinea Station June 1862

Fant, Jesse L - Orr's Regiment, l 30

Fant, Pressey - Orr's Regiment, l 28

Faulkner, William Leonidas - Lancaster Co., SC. Captured at Petersburg, VA July 30,1864. He appears on roll of POW's at Point Lookout, Md on August 5, 1864 and was received at Elmira on August 12, 1864. He died Sept. 7, 1864 of Typhoid. His effects were 1 pr. shoes, 1 hat, 1 pocket book. The last letter his wife received was before capture and dated July 23, 1864. W.L. Faulkner was born in Lancaster County, SC 20 Feb. 1825. He is buired in Grave No. 309.

Featherstone, J. C. C. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., Transferred 1863

Fennel, Frederick - Pickens District, Private, Company I, Palmetto Sharp Shooters (d. May 1864)

Fennel, Henry L. - Pickens District, Private, Company G, 22nd SC Volunteers (d. August 1864)

Ferguson,Elisha A. - Pickens District, Private, Company H, 4th SC Volunteers (d. August 1861)

Fielding, E. C. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., died in battle at Ridley's Shop, 13 Jun 1864

Fields, Sam - Orr's Regiment, Company G, Private, Abbeville Co., age 21 when enlisted, died in battle at Gaines Mill

Fincher, Timothy W. - Pickens District, Private, Company E, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's Regiment (died May 1863)

Fincher, T. W. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, age 24 when enlisted, Private, died in battle at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863

Fincher, J. N. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, age 22 when enlisted, Private, Surrendered

Findley, John W. - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Oconee Co., Wounded at 2nd Manassas

Findley, Dan. W. - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Oconee Co., Wounded at Fredricksburg

Findly, William E. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 22 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., died f disease at Richmond

Findly, Thomas W. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 26 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., died of disease at Laurel Hill

Findly, Charles B. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 20 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., Surrendered 1865

 

Finley, Joseph H. - Pickens District, Private, Company C, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's Regiment (d. November 1864)

Finley, Thomas W. - Pickens District, Private, Company C, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's Regiment (d. June 1863)

Finley, Zachariah E. - Pickens District, Private, Company C, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's Regiment (d. June 1863)

Finklea, William - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Private, Marion Co., Died since war

Finklea, Hugh - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Private, Marion Co., died of disease at home, 1862

Finklea, Harvey - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Private, Marion Co.,

Finklea, Alfred - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Private, Marion Co.,


FISHBURNE

Submitted by: Justin Lee Bowen, General John B. Hood Camp 1208, Sons of Confederate Veterans
Capt. Robert Fishburne Jr. - (born:Sept. 5, 1843 in Charleston died:July 28, 1883 at Sullivans Island) Married Claudia Mary Miller. Children: 1.Claudia Gervais - Sept. 25, 1870-Dec. 25, 1933, 2. Robert - Nov. 6, 1871-unknown, 3. Benjamin Clay - Feb. 1, 1873 - Oct. 6, 1928, 4. Margaret Miller - July 27, 1874- 1924, 5. Charles Ewing - Feb. 18, 1879-Feb 12 1890, 6. Caroline Louisa - Oct. 31 1877- unknown, 7. Preston Wescott - Sept. 18, 1880- may 31, 1941

Capt. Fishburne Served in the 2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry. He commanded Company I of Kershaw's Brigade, known as the Palmetto Guard. He enlisted as a private in this company and was promoted twice during the war. He became the captain and commanding officer of this company on June 6, 1864. He surrendered with Johnson's Army and was paroled at Greensboro on May 2, 1865.


Fisher, W. A. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, Private, Abbeville Co., age 23 when enlisted, Wounded at 2nd Manassas, Aug 28, 1862; living in 1883

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

Fladger, Hugh - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Private, Marion Co., died of disease in Virginia, 1862

Flinn, Marion - Orr's Regiment, Company G, Private, Abbeville Co., age 22 when enlisted, in Union prison at Point Lookout, 1863

Flinn, J. B. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, Private, Abbeville Co., age 20 when enlisted, died of disease at Hospital

Forsyth, Warren - Orr's Regiment, l 30

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

Fowler, Jesse W. - Orr's Regiment, l 26

Fowler, James M. - Orr's Regiment, l 22

Foxworth, Chesley - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Sargent, Marion Co., Promoted from ranks 1862

Fredericks, Thomas M. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 28 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., Deserted

Fredericks, Jacob W. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 24 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., died in battle at Chancellorsville


FREE

Submitted By: Buck Free - hfree@awod.com

John M. Free - Second Georgia Regiment. (Birth date: 1837 in Edgefield, SC - Death date: July 30, 1863 - killed by lightening in Chattanooga Tenn.) Buried: Confederate Cemetery in Chattanooga, Tenn.

Married: 1861 in Edgefield, SC, Wife: Elizabeth Polatty Free. (She received a pension check - $70.00 per year - 'til her death in 1922)

Children: His only son, William Jefferson Free, was born April 26, 1862 and was never seen by his father.

His obituary notice in the Edgefield SC Advertiser: "Killed by lightening at Chattanooga July 30, John M. Free, in his 26th year. In the death of John Free, the country has lost a gallant soldier and his wife a kind and loving husband. He was born in Edgefield where he lived till a short time before the war when he moved to Georgia. He joined the second Georgia cavalry Regiment. He left a wife and babe, a mother and 2 sisters."John was my ggf and his only son was my grandfather.


FREEMAN

Submitted by Robin Wood , comments: This was my Great Grandfather
M. F. FREEMAN Co C, 1st S.C. State Troops 1863-64 (Because I knew my Grandfather was Martin Fralix Jr. I believe Martin Fralix was also the given name of Civil War soldier Grandfather, M. F. FREEMAN altho all records I have found used only initials M. F. FREEMAN) (7 Oct 1818 probably S.C. - 3 Jun 1902 probably in Oconee Co. S.C.) buried in Old Westminister 1st Baptist Cemetery

Father, mother, siblings with dates: Have never found parents, nor M. F.'s birthplace or any siblings.

1st wife: married ca 1839 to Mary Ann "Polly" SHAW daughter of Nancy TUCKER & William SHAW (Mary Ann born ca 1818 prob in S.C. She died 7 May 1874 in Anderson Co. S.C.)

Children of 1st wife: 1. Frances FREEMAN b ca 1840 m Isaac SADDLER ca 1857(children Mary b 1858 & John b 1860) 2. Mary Ann FREEMAN b ca 1841 married ca 1860(living at parents home during Civil War with son Thomas MANN b ca 1861. Was husband killed in War ?) 3. Emaline FREEMAN b ca 1843 m ca 1860 John DRIVER, 4. Elma Jane FREEMAN b 23 Feb 1946 (or 23 Feb 1848 on ARK Civil War Widow's pension) Elma Jane married 2 Jan 1866 to Wm James WOODS also a S.C. Civil War soldier blinded in war (9 childen) 5. John P. FREEMAN b 26 Dec 1846 marr possibly Annie WILSON and he died & was buried Oconee Co. 6. James C. FREEMAN b ca 1850 (may have died young) 7. Adison FREEMAN b ca 1852, 8. J. Calvin b 22 Sep 1854 married, died & bur Oconee Co., 9. Emma FREEMAN b ca 1857, 10. Martin Fralix FREEMAN Jr. b 8 Mar 1859 died 4 Feb 1940 Fort Smith, ARK (married ca 1882, in Georgia, to Nancy Caroline WOODS b 15 Sept 1858 Cobb Co. GA. They lived in Walker Co. GA. Had 7 children b in GA & ARK. Nancy died 14 Nov 1927 at Fort Smith, ARK), 11. Jefferson D. FREEMAN (still lived in father's home on 1880 Oconee Co. S.C. Census)

M. F. Freeman Married 2nd ca 1875 Lived Center twnship, Oconee Co on 1880 census

Children of M/F. & 2nd wife: Elizabeth (Surname Unknown; she b ca 1846) 12. Ella FREEMAN b ca 1876, 13. Samuel B. FREEMAN b ca 1877, 14. Caleb S. FREEMAN b ca 1878

Sources of above information: M.F. FREEMAN and 1st family:S.C.Census Anderson Co.1840,1850,1860,1870, M.F. FREEMAN and 2nd family:S.C. Census Oconee Co. 1880, S. C. Deed Book Anderson Co. E-Z pp 64 & 248, Confederate Record from National Archives, Oconee Co. Cemetery Survey p 221 Vol 1 (pub by Pendleton Chapt S.C. Gen. Soc.)

Freeman, William - Orr's Regiment, Company G, Private, Abbeville Co., age 28 when enlisted, Discharged 1862

Freeman, M. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, Private, Abbeville Co., age 30 when enlisted, died in battle at Gaines Mill

Freeman, George - Orr's Regiment, Company G, Private, Abbeville Co., age 26 when enlisted, Wounded at Jones' Farm and Deep Bottom


French, Jesse J. - Orr's Regiment, (l 24)

Fricks, Stephen H. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 21 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., Wounded at Wilderness and Discharged

Fricks, Joseph N. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 26 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., Wounded at Fredricksburg; Surrendered in1865

Fricks, Joseph - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 18 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., Surrendered 1865

Fricks, John D. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 19 when enlisted, Private, Oconee Co., in Union prison at Baltimore, MD

Fricks, Isaiah H. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, age 22 when enlisted, Oconee Co., 2nd Lt., died in battle at Wilderness, Promoted from Ranks


FRIPP

submitted by: ksstubbs@hal-pc.org

Thomas Riley Fripp, (Reverend) - died Sept. 1911, buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Columbia, SC. under a Confederate marker,was a Chaplain under Gen. Wade Hampton. Other than family history, I have not been able to confirm this. He attended Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC. The family was from Beaufort, SC.


Fowler, S. Waddy - Orr's Regiment, Company B, Private, Abbeville Co., died of disease in 1862

Fulks, W. M. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., Transferred to Ft Sumter

Fuller, P. Mc - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Private, Anderson Co., Transferred to Ft Sumter

Fuller, P. McD - Orr's Regiment, Company B, Private, Abbeville Co., Transferred to Co F, 2nd SC

Fuller, Samuel P. - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Private, Oconee Co., Surrendered

Fullerton, George W. - Pickens District, Captian, Company F, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's Regiment (d. May 1864)

Fullerton, George A. - Orr's Regiment, Major Promoted from Co F

Fulleston, George W. - Orr's Regiment, Company F, Captain, Oconee Co., died in battle at Spotsylvania, Promoted from Lt to Captain then to Major

 
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