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GADDY

Gaddy, Levi - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Corporal, died disease at Fredericksburg, 1863, Wounded at Fredricksburg 1862


GAINES - GAINSS

Gaines, John - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Private, Transferred 1862

Gaines, Perry - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., 2nd Sargeant, Wounded at Spotsylvania; Surrendered; Promoted from ranks

Gaines, J. H. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, died in battle at Chancellorsville (spelling on document shows Gainss)

Gaines, J. E. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, Wounded at Darby Town Road; Surrendered.; living in 1883 (spelling on document shows Gainss)


GALLOWAY

Galloway, M. M. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, Private, Oconee Co., age 18 when enlisted, died in battle at Cold Harbor

Galloway, J. M. - Orr's Regiment, age 13 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co.,

Galloway, Calvin - Orr's Regiment, age 20 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died in battle at Spotsylvania


GAMBRELL

Gambrell, William - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, died of disease at Richmond

Gambrell, W. T. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, Died during war

Gambrell, W. A. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, died in battle at Gaines Mill

Gambrell, S. V. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, Wounded at Fredricksburg; Discharged on account of wound; living in 1883

Gambrell, John E. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, died in battle at Fredricksburg

Gambrell, J. S. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, Surrendered; living in 1883

Gambrell, H. R. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, died in battle at Spotsylvannia

Grambell, Enoch - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Corporal, Discharged; living in 1883

Following submitted by: Debbi McHenry <mchenryj@swbell.net>
Grambell, Pleasant Marion - Co. J. 4th SC,Co. E 13 SC Bttn. & Co. E 20th SC. (May 22, 1826 Honea Path, SC - Oct. 19, 1864 Battle of Cedar Creek VA.) Buried Where?Likely the mass grave for that battle in Stonewall Jackson Cemetery in Winchester VA

Father William Gambrell Jr. (b. ca. 1797-1880 Honea Path, SC). Mother: Narcissa Shaw (b. 1803 d. 1870 Honea Path, SC)

Married to: Jemima Caroline Mitchell, dau of Ephriam Mitchell and Edna Esther Wyatt Mitchell. - Children: 1. James Franklin Sept. 23, 1947 d. Jan 3, 1914 Honea Path, SC, 2. Narcissa Emaline Gambrell b. Sept. 16, 1849 H.P. SC died Aug. 3, 1945 Westover, TX, m. William Carter Alexander, 3. Sarah Elizabeth Gambrell b. Sept. 10, 1851 H.P, SC d. May 9, 1883 m. Judson James Ragsdale, 4. George W. Gambrell b. Feb. 17, 1854 H. P. SC d. Nov. 8, 1929 Bowie, TX m. Hester Ann Huff, 5. William Ephriam Mitchell Gambrell b. Jan 20, 1857 HPath SC d. May 22, 1932 Mineral Wells, TX, m. 1. Louisa E. Jones, 2. Lou Frances Huff Bucy, 3. Leona Kiddy, 6. Alice Eugenia Gambrell b. Nov. 30, 1859 H.P. SC, d. Apr. 7, 1910 Ga. Married G.W. Dortch

Any information that you think would be helpful to other researchers: I have the conscript papers and pay stubs from each outfit he served in. Will be happy to share. I have been to the Battle field at Cedar Creek VA and to the Stonewall Jackson Cemetery in Winchester. I have not been able to locate his grave. I do have a copy to the Charleston Mercury listing him as KIA in that battle. Word of mouth from other relatives say his head was blown off in the battle which may explain why he was not identified.

My GrGrGrandfather was Pleasant Marion Gambrell he was from Honea Path, SC. He volunteered the day after the first shots were fired on Ft Sumter. He served first in Co J, 4 South Carolina and Co. E. of the 13th SC. This was written about the Conscript records I got from the Archives in DC: David L. Hall was Capt. of Co. E 13th SC Battalion (also known as the 4th SC Battalion). Charles Starke Mattison was Lt. Col. of the 4th SC Regiments and Major in command of Mattison's Battalion is the 13/4th SC Battalion. M.G. Cox was 3rd Lt. Co. E. 13th Battalion. Gambrell was allowed a discharge by a provision of the conscript act discharging all over 35 and under 18 years. He being 36 years old. The first conscript Act went into effect on April 16, 1862. The second Conscript Act that went into effect only five months later, on Sept. 27, 1862 allowed President Davis to Call men from 18 - 45 years of age. In September he went back into the CSA in Co. E 20th Sc and served with that unit until he was killed in action Oct. 19, 1864 at the Battle of Cedar Creek near Winchester, VA. He enlisted in that unit March 2, 1863 Anderson Dist, SC. son of William Gambrell Jr. and Narcissus Gambrell Anderson Dist.

Gambrell, John F. - Co. K 1st Orr's SC Rifles. Enlilsted at Honea Path, March 19, 1862 wounded Sept. 30, 1864. Captured at Petersburg, Apr. 3, 1865 Paroled at Hart's Island NY Harbor. Residence Belton, SC in Anderson Dist.

Gambrell, Enoch S. - Private, Co. K., 1st Orrs Rifles, Enlisted camp Pickens July 20, 1861, Age 19 years. Died of Fever July 2, 1862 at Richmond . Son of William Jr. and Narcissus Shaw Gambrell. D

Gambrell, Enos H. - Private, Co. E, 20th SC Infantry, Enlisted Anderson Dist March 16, 1863, Paroled Greensboro NC May 2, 1865. Last on Roll May/June 1864 Resident of Honea Path, Anderson Dist, SC son of Wm. Jr. and Narcissus Gambrell.


GARRETT

Submitted By: Sonia Rogers (Researching STEGALL, WELLS, CROMER, RICHEY, MCALISTER, ROGERS, GARRETT, KELLEY )
Thomas Perry Garrett - Private Company I Infantry Hamtpon Legion SC Volunteers. He enlisted in Pickens by Captain Hall on May 3, 1863 for duration of war. He was a Prisoner of War belonging to the Army of Northern VA and was with General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox Court House, VA. and was paroled on April 9, 1865. He was married to Elizabeth Stewart . Both are buried at Six Mile Baptist Church. (From Pickens County, SC)

Garrett, Lewis H. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, Private, Oconee Co., age 18 when enlisted, died in battle at Fredricksburg


GARRISON

Garrison, M. W. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co.,


GASQUE

Gasque, Thomas - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Private, died in Union prison


GASSAWAY

Gassaway, B. F. - Orr's Regiment, Company G, age 30 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died of disease at Richmond, 1862


GASTON - GARVIN - GARY - GENTRY

Gaston, William J. - Orr's Regiment, Company F, 3rd Corporal, Oconee Co., died in battle at 2nd Manassas

Garvin, J. T. - Pickens Co., Private, Company B, 2nd SC Rifles, died Sept. 1862

Gary, Samuel Jefferson - Pickens Co., Private, Company D, Hampton's Legion, died June 1862

Gentry, James M. - Orr's Regiment (l 35)


GEORGE

George, James Willis - Pickens Co., Private, Company E., 1st SC Rifles, age 18 when enlisted, died May 4, 1863

George, John N.- Orr's Regiment, Company E, age 22 when enlisted, 2nd Lt., Surrendered, Promoted from ranks


GIBSON

Gibson, Absolom - Pickens Co., Company E, 4th Corporal, 1st SC Rifles, Orr's Regiment, died June 22, 1864 at Wilcox Farm, promoted from ranks, age 20 when enlisted

Gibson, A. - enlisted at Pickens, February 12, 1864; reported on muster rolls of August 31, October 31, and December 31, 1864, as sick in hospital at Richmond, Va. 1st Infantry (GREGG'S) Company I - Richardson Guards

Gibson, James - Pickens Co., Private, Company I, 4th SC Volunteers, died February 1862

Gibson, Thomas Jr. - Pickens Co., Private, Company E, Orr's Regiment, 1st SC Rifles, died March 1, 1862

Gibson, Zac W. - Orr's Regiment, Company A, Private, Oconee Co., killed at home on furlough, 1861

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

Gibson, W. H. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, age 22 when enlisted, Private, Discharged

Gibson, Joseph - Orr's Regiment, Company E, age 18 when enlisted, Private, Surrendered

 


GILBERT

Gilbert, R. W. - Pickens Co., Sergeant, Company K, 22nd SC Volunteers, died July 21

Gilbert, S. E. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded 1864

Gilbert, William - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Private, died in battle at Turnpike, Apr 1864


GILMER GLAUS

Gilmer, J. J. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded 28 Aug 1862


GILSTRAP

Submitted by: Anita Quarles

Gilstrap, Peter - 5th Regiment, Grahamville, SC, May 6, 1862 for 3 years. Captain Calhoun at Pickens.Deserted Aug 21, 1863. Arrested Aug 24, 1863, confined in garrison guard tent. Left at Pocoladigo, SC to be transferred to another command. Subject: Court martial. Title of record G.O. , page 13, 126/2/5 Dept. SC, GA, FL, Beauragard. Date Dec 11, 1863, subject: Chain gang. Title of Record B.O. 222/2 SC, FL, GA. Sam Jones, Sept 9, 1864

Gilstrap, Peter - Private, Co. B, 2nd Battilion SC Volunteers, 12/26/1861 Pickens Dist. by J.C. Calhoun. Period; for the war.

Gilstrap, Abraham - Private, Co. D, 1st Regiment SC Infantry, enlisted Jan 31, 1862 by Captain Calhoun in Pickens District. Appears on registry of CSA General Hospital, #3 Greensboro, NC. Admitted March 18, 1865. Transferred from Raleigh, NC. Confederate Archives, Chapter 6, file #291, page 40 For PHOTOS click here

Gilstrap, John C. - Private, Co. E & O, 1st SC Regiment, enlisted Jan 31, 1862 Pickens: Paroled at Greensboro, NC, April 28, 1865. On last roll Nov/Dec 1864. Transferred from 4th SC Calvary. Roll # 113, NARS micro copy #267

Gilstrap, John - Co. C, 4th SC Calvary, enlisted Pickens May 3, 1862, on last roll; Sept. 13, 1863. Tranferred to 1st SC Infantry Regiment.

Gilstrap, John - Private, Co. B, 2nd Battilion SC Volunteers, 12/26/1861 Pickens Dist. by J.C. Calhoun. Period; for the war. June 30, 1863, absent sick.

Gilstrap, John - Pickens Co., Private, Company I, Palmetto Sharp Shooters, died May 1862

Submitted by: Verne Gravley Clubb of Chester, VA (formerly of Easley, SC)
Gilstrap, Lewis J. or S. - of Pickens County, b. 1832 and died, according to family tradition, in Virginia in 1864.


GLAUS

Glaus, John - Orr's Regiment, Company C, Private, Oconee Co., age 30 when enlisted, Surrendered 1865


GLENN

Glenn, Robert J. - Pickens Co., Private, Company C, 4th SC Cavalry, died October 1864

Glenn, J. F. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded 1864

Glenn, G. T. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., died of disease in hospital, 1862


GOFF

Goff, James - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Private, died in battle at Horse Shoe, May, 1864

Goff, Henry - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Private,

Goff, Azariah - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Sergeant, Promoted from ranks 1865


GOLDEN - GOODMAN

Golden, William H. - Orr's Regiment, Company C, Private, Oconee Co., age 17 when enlisted

Goodman, J. H. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded 1863


GORDON

Gordon, T. S. - Orr's Regiment, age 27 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., Wounded at Gaines Mill, Wilderness and Snicker's Gap; living 1883

Gordon, R. A. - Orr's Regiment, age 25 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died in battle at Gaines Mill

Gordon, John B. - Orr's Regiment, age 33 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died of wounds received at Gaines Mill; of disease at Richmond


GRAHAM

Graham, J. B. - Orr's Regiment, age 25 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died of disease at Richmond

Graham, C. N. - Orr's Regiment, age 30 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died of disease at Richmond


GRANT

Grant, William H. - Orr's Regiment, (l 35)

Grant, Perry - Orr's Regiment, (l 38)

Grant, J. W. - Pickens Co., Sergeant, Company B, 2nd SC Rifles, died unknown

Grant, Wade - Pickens Co., Private, Company E, 1st SC Rifles, died February 1862

Grant, W. M. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co.,

Grant, H. W. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded 1864

Grant, H. B. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., died in battle 28 Aug 1862

Grant, G. W. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., died in battle 13 Dec 1862

Grant, B. C. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co.,

Grant, W. U. - Orr's Regiment, Company E, age 24 when enlisted, Private, died in battle at Sullivan's Island, SC accidentally


GRAVELY

Gravely, James C. - Pickens Co., Private, Company B, Palmetto Sharp Shooters died 1862

Gravely, Joseph - Pickens Co., Private, Company F, 22nd SC Volunteers, died July 1864


GRAVES

Graves, George - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Private, died in battle on train


GRAY

Gray, J. - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Private,

Gray, John - Orr's Regiment, Company B, Private, Abbeville Co., Detailed 2nd Regt Qr. M Sergt

Gray, James E. - Orr's Regiment, age 35 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., Discharged 1861

Gray, H. D. - Orr's Regiment, age 2? when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died in battle at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863

Gray, William - Orr's Regiment, (l 35)


GREEN

Green, John W. - Orr's Regiment, Company B, Private, Abbeville Co., Detailed to Commissary Dept

Green, John T. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., 1st Sergeant, Wounded at Fredricksburg; Discharged on account of wound; living in 1883

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

Green, D. R. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., 2nd Lt., Wounded at Fredricksburg; Promoted from 5th Sgt above tuue? Color bearer


GREER - GREIR

Greer, W. F. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, died of disease in Richmond

Greer, L. N. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., 2nd Sergeant, died of disease at Richmond

Greir, Robert - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, Wounded at Ox Hill; Surrendered, living in 1883

Grier, T. L. - Orr's Regiment, age 23 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., died in battle at Gaines Mill


GRICE

Grice, George - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Private, Discharged by Med Bd., 1862

Griffin, W. E. - Orr's Regiment, Company B, Private, Abbeville Co.,

Griffin, L. A. - Orr's Regiment, Company B, Abbeville Co., 1st Corporal, died of wounds sustained at Spotsylvania, died at Washington, DC, June 1864. Was age 18 when enlisted as a Private in Abbeville Co., then transfered to Co. B


GRIFFIN

Submitted by: Jim Johnson
Robert Young Hayne (Hane) Griffin - Pickens Co., Captian, Company H, 4th SC regiment, died unknown

Father: Elihu Holby GRIFFIN; Mother: Ann AMBLER

Siblings: 1.James Ambler GRIFFIN, (Birth: 25 May 1839, Pickens Co., SC - Death: 23 May 1826, Columbia, SC) 2. Edwin D. GRIFFIN, (b. 28 Dec 1836, Pickens Co., SC. d.8 Dec.1855, Pickens Co., SC.), 3. William GRIFFIN, (b. 13 Jan 1842, Pickens Co., SC. d. 3 July 1858, Pickens Co., SC.), 4. Elihu Holby GRIFFIN, Jr., (b. 10 Nov 1846, Pickens Co., SC. d. 3 Dec 1875, Pickens Co., SC.), 5. John Calhoun GRIFFIN, (b. 25 May 1851, Pickens Co., SC. d. 31 May 1890, Pickens Co., SC.), 6. Ann GRIFFIN, (B. 1844, Pickens Co., SC. d. ???), 7. Susan A. GRIFFIN, (b. 26 Nov 1853, Pickens Co., SC. d. 10 Apr 1884, ???)

Griffin, R. A. - Orr's Regiment, age 30 when enlisted, Private, Abbeville Co., Discharged 1862

Submitted by: Jim Johnson
James Ambler GRIFFIN - Unit Served in: 14 Apr 1861, Second Sergeant, Company H, Fourth Infantry, Regiment; November 1862 elected Second Lieutenant, Company B, Thirty Seventh Virginia Cavalry, becoming Commander in 1863 to end of war. (Birth: 25 May 1839, Pickens Co., SC - Death: 23 May 1826, Columbia, SC) Buried: Haygood Cemetery, Pickens County, SC

Father: Elihu Holby GRIFFIN; Mother: Ann AMBLER

Siblings: 1.Captain Robert Young Hane GRIFFIN, b. 29 July 1834, Pickens Co., SC. d. 11 July 1862, Seven Pines, VA., 2. Edwin D. GRIFFIN, b. 28 Dec 1836, Pickens Co., SC. d.8 Dec.1855, Pickens Co., SC., 3. William GRIFFIN, b. 13 Jan 1842, Pickens Co., SC. d. 3 July 1858, Pickens Co., SC., 4. Elihu Holby GRIFFIN, Jr., b. 10 Nov 1846, Pickens Co., SC. d. 3 Dec 1875, Pickens Co., SC., 5. John Calhoun GRIFFIN, b. 25 May 1851, Pickens Co., SC. d. 31 May 1890, Pickens Co., SC., 6. Ann GRIFFIN, B. 1844, Pickens Co., SC. d. ???, 7. Susan A. GRIFFIN, b. 26 Nov 1853, Pickens Co., SC. d. 10 Apr 1884, ???.

Married to: [1] Zilpha A. ALLGOOD, 20 Dec 1860. [2] Harriet Catherine SINGLETON, 27 Feb 1883.

Children: [1] Sarah Adaline GRIFFIN, Della Jane GRIFFIN, Joel Robert GRIFFIN, Azalea Ann GRIFFIN, Ambrose Elihue GRIFFIN, Zilpha Mahala GRIFFIN, James D. GRIFFIN, Clovia GRIFFIN. [2] Edwin Ross GRIFFIN, Harriet Avarilla GRIFFIN.

NOTES: Have considerable additional material and a few pictures, including one of him in 1861 in uniform. This is my maternal great grandfather and there are many stories and anecdotes about him.


GRISSON

Grisson, Allen - Pickens Co., Private, Company B, 2nd SC Rifles, died unknown

Grisson, J. W. - Pickens Co., Company B, 3th Sergeant, died unknown


GRUBBS - GRUBER - GRUNER

Grubbs, R. L. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, died of disease at Richmond

Grubbs, J. L. - Orr's Regiment, Company K, Anderson Co., Private, Transferred

Gruber, P. - Pickens Co., Company H, Sergeant,12th SC Rifles, died July 1862

Gruner, John - Orr's Regiment, Company H, Marion Co., Private, died in battle at Horse Shoe, May 1864


GUINN

Guinn, William A. - Orr's Regiment, (l 36)


GUYTON

Guyton, W. J. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co.,

Guyton, J. R. - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Private, Anderson Co., Wounded 1864

Guyton, A. M - Orr's Regiment, Company D, Anderson Co., 3rd Lt , Wounded in 1864; Fredricksburg and Spotsylvania Chancellorsville


GWIN

Submitted by: Nancie O'Sullivan SC - Proud of my gg grandfather !
Josiah Gwin , enlisted in Spartanburg, SC by Liet. Thompson.[ UDC Historical Proof and Muster Cards from Columbia ] Josiah Gwin Co. G 27th, SC Infantry, Captured at Petersburg, Va. Battle of Weldon Railroad/ Aug21, 1864, Arrived at Point Lookout Prison / Aug 24, 1864, Exchanged Oct 30, 1864. Died July 2, 1865. Son of John Gwin and Ruthy Higgins, Walnut Grove, Spartanburg Co. SC

Submitted By: Edythe Toole Seufert
Mansel Gwinn - CSA, Co. K. 3rd Reg. (B. 04 03 1829 in Spartanburg, SC - D. 08 13 1848 in Spartanburg, SC) buried at Friendship Baptist Church, Pauline, SC

Married to: Bathsheba West ( B. 09 07 1828 -D. 01 10 1910 in Spartanburg, SC) buried at Friendship Baptist Church, Pauline, SC, marriage date on 08 13 1848
Children: 1. Henry West Gwinn (B. 01 19 1850 in Spartanburg, SC - D. 01 19 1850 in Spartanburg, SC) buried at Friendship Baptist Church, Pauline, SC. 2. Avarilla Gwinn (B. 12 26 1851 in Walnut Grove, Spartanburg, SC -D. 05 16 1939 SC) 3. John Bookter Gwinn (B. 04 20 1854 - D. 10 31 1911 Spartanburg, SC) 4. Rutha Liller Gwinn (B. 02 20 1857 in SC - D. 02 13 1896) buried at Bogansville Methodist Church. 5. Catherine Deanna Emma Gwinn (B. 01 09 1857- D. 12 29 1917)

Mansels Parents were: John Gwinn (B. 12 08 1794 -D. 04 06 1852) buried in Pauline, SC near Walnut Grove, Married on 10 21 1813 to: Rutha Higgins (B. 02 15 1793 in Cedar Springs, Pacolet, SC - D. 06 17 1862)
Sibblings: 1.Kesiah Savilla Gwinn (B. 01 14 1821 - D. 01 31 1879) 2.Josiah Gwinn, (see above) CSA, (B. 06 09 1823 - D. 07 02 1865) 3. Catherine Gwinn (B. 03 07 1827 - D. 08 28 1892)

Mansel was a Baptist. He repaired shoes and made fine boots. He was also a Miller. In 1861, at first call, he volunteered to serve in the civil war as a confederate in Co. K. 3rd Reg. out of South Carolina. He served as Chief-of-Police in Spartanburg and also had a mercantile and grocery store. He finally returned to his farm to become a Miller.

 


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