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HALL

submitted by: Robert B Hall,
S. B Hall, Co. K, SC 7th Vol. Cav. Wateree Mounted Rifles,was captured in Kershaw District on Feb. 25, 65 while home on medical furlough. He was held at Newbern, NC and transferred to Hart's Island, NY on April 10. He was a prisoner until released June 17. I believe this to be Shelton Benjamin Hall (2/25/1826-10/23/1908) of Kershaw County. Shelton Hall is listed in Historic Camden, Nineteenth Century by Kirkland and Kennedy.

submitted by: Robert B Hall,
Shelton Benjamin Hall (02/25/1839-10/23/1908) and Benjamin James Ratcliff (02/27/1822-06/04/1899) of Kershaw County,SC both served in the 7th Cavalry, SC Volunteers,Co.K, Wateree Mounted Rifles. They were enrolled on Feb 3, 1864 in Greenville and served in Virginia. B.J. Ratcliff served until Appomatox Courthouse. Shelton Hall was furloghed on Dec 25, 1864 and was captured in Kershaw County on Feb. 25,1865. He was held at Newbern, NC and transferred to Hart's Island, NY on April 10,1865. (The same day Ratclff and the Army of Northern Virginia were released after surrender) He was held until June 17, 1865. Their service is documented by federal records and the SC Archives. Two of Shelton's children, Harrison Columbus Hall (June 23,1854- Oct 6,1924) and Adaline (Aug 30,1856-Mar 10,1935), married two Benjamin's children, Martha Ellen (Sep 14,1858-Jan 30,1927) and James Henry (1855-1934).


HAMMET

Hammet, Marquis - enlisted at Pickens, April 25, 1863; on muster roll of October 31, 1864. Company H, 1st Regiment, SC Volunteer Infantry


HARRIS

Harris, Anderson Kennedy - Co. A, 18th S.C. Reg., Anderson Kennedy Harris was recuited in 1862, wounded and captured at the Petersburg Mine Blowup in July 1864, imprisoned at Elmira NY and released after the surrender.


HARBIN

Harbin, Sevier - enlisted at Pickens, February 19, 1864; died at General Hospital at Mount Pleasant, June 12, 1864. Company E, 1st SC Volunteer Regiment


HARLEY

Submitted by: Robert Strauss - Homepage http://www.io.com/~rstrauss/home.htm
John E. Harley - 1st (Hagood's) Regiment SC Volunteers (1843 - June 25, 1864 in Virginia of wounds) buried Unknown

Father, Dr. John Harley b. 1809, Mother; Elizabeth Hanson Williams born 1820. Siblings, Robert Rhett, Joseph, William, Isabelle, Anna and Lawrence

Not married, Children: None

Any information that you think would be helpful to other researchers: Died in Civil War. Pvt. John Harley, 1st Co. I/2d Co. C, 1st (Hagood's) Regiment SC Volunteers. Age 18, Barnwell District, SC, enlisted in Captain J.J. Brabham's Co., 1st SCV (subsequently Co. I) at Cole Island, SC, on 1 September 1861. He reported on muster roll of November 1, 1861, as on furlough, sick; reported on muster roll of December 31, 1861, as present, on muster roll of April 11, 1862, as present. On April 12 Co. I became Co.C. He was reported on the muster rolls of October 31 and December 31, as in hospital wounded ( unofficial reports indicate he was wounded at second Manassas on 30 August 1862). He reported on muster rolls of April 30 and June 30 1862 as absent, wounded; and reported on muster roll of August 31, 1863 as present; and was on muster roll of December 31, 1863 but on subsequent ones. Other records indicate he was killed at Hanover Junction, VA. on 25 June 1864. Source: National Archives and Records Administration, Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of South Carolina, 1861-1865, (Microfilm No. 267).


HEMBREE

Submitted by: Hilda Dyer - Email address: hilmar@crosstel.net
William Edward HEMBREE (b. 19 Dec 1845 in Pickens District,SC - died 4 July 1930 in Columbus, O) He served as a Private in Co.C, 2nd SC Rifles, Jenkins Brigade, Longstreets Division. He wrote the story of "The Day His Funeral was Preached" at the start of the battle of Petersburg. He settled in Ohio after release from a Union prison at the end of the war.

His parents were Edward Hembree, died in 1858. and Elizabeth Sanders, b.1814 SC, d in TN) They lived near Oakway Post Office, near Seneca, SC on Fulling Mill creek. They were married about 1835 and members of a Baptist Church. Eight children were born to this union.


HENDERSON

submitted by: Kay Ashcroft, TX -email ene@peoplescom.net

Mastin L. Henderson - Co. C, 14th Regiment South Carolina Infantry, McGowan's Brigade, Enlistment: 12 Aug 1861 at Lightwood Springs, SC in Hamilton's field by Capt. W. L. Wood. Release: 16 June 1865 City Point, VA

Capture: 3 Apr 1865 at Southerland Station, VA (1 Jan 1837 - 3 Jan 1902) Buried: Calera, Bryan Co., OK

Married: Margaret A. Weir, 4 Dec 1872, Calhoun Co., AL - Children; 1. Annie Lee Henderson, b. 24 Feb 1874, 2. Sue Weir Henderson, b. 20 Apr 1875, 3. Wade Hampton Henderson, b. 11 Sept 1877, 4. James D. Henderson, b. 29 July 1879, 5. Mary Belle Henderson, b. 19 Feb 1881, 6. Kate Julia Henderson, b. 23 June 1882, 7.

Parents: Mastin L. Henderson, Sr., b. 8 Nov 1802 & Elizabeth Brock, b. 10 Mar 1806


HICKLIN

Meg Walker
William Cloud Hicklin - first Co.B, second Co.A, 6th SC Infantry


HOBBS

Submitted by: Charles H Byrd - Email address: byrdc@emh.gordon.army.mil
Willaim E. Hobbs. Entered the Confederate Services with South Carolina 24th Infantry Regiment, Company K. He was killed in action at Resaca, Georgia, around Atlanta, in 1864. He was married to Sarah H. Allen and they had two children, and was brother-in-law of Ossamus W., Washington D., James H., & Will Scott Allen, all of the 14th South Carolina Volunteers, Company K. Sarah later married Arthur H. Collett and they had three children. Sergeant at the time of his death at Reseca, Georgia.


HOLDEN

Submitted By: Marian Miller
Isaac Holden - (b. ca. 1828, Pickens Co., SC -d. bef. 8 Jul. 1864, Jericho Mills, VA) Note: Jericho Mills came from some family records passed to me. Mar. Jane Nicholson 13 Aug. 1848, Pickens Co., SC, Will dated 25 Oct. 1863, Pickens Co., SC (proved 8 Jul. 1864)


HOOD

Submitted by: Ronnie W. Bagwell, email secession62@hotmail.com
ENOCH HOOD, Private, Co. K, 6th SC Cavalry/Co. A, 20th SC Infantry. He was born in SC ca. 1824. He is said to be a son of Travis Hood and Sarah? He was married to Hulda Looper. She died prior to 1852 and on 12 Feb. 1852, Enoch married Henrietta Pritchett. He was the father of eight children. He enlisted in Co. K, 6th SC Cavalry on 1 Nov. 1862 at Pickens, SC. He transferred to Co. A, 20th SC Inf. on 22 March 1864. He was killed in action at Petersburg, Va. on 20 June 1864. It is believed he is buried in a mass grave on the battlefield. His widow filed a claim dated 31 Oct. 1864.

 


HOUSTON

Submitted by: James Houston - Hickory Creek, TX

Armstrong Postell Houston (1832-1901) was born and raised in Longcane, and attended Jefferson Medical College, in Pennsylvania. Then served as an asst. surgeon in CSA during the war. Practiced medicine in Clarkesville, GA until he died. I think he was a Presbyterian.


HUNNICUTT

Submitted By: Marian Miller
Andrew Young Hunnicutt - ( 04 Apr. 1843 - died 1863 at Petersburg, VA.) Ref: Records of Jessie (Hunnicutt) Burgess, Clemson, SC, 1979: "Andrew Young Hunnicutt, born 4 Apr. 1843, was killed at Petersburg, VA, in 1863. His father went in a wagon to Virginia and picked up his body, along with a Rice and Robertson boy from Pickens District and brought them home for burial. Andy's mother kept him packed in charcoal for six weeks in a small room on the porch. She hoped his four brothers would get home before she had to bury him. Each night, she sat by his coffin and knitted. Alas, she had to bury him, as the War drug on. He is buried at Old Pickens Presbyterian Church. However, his grave cannot be found there. Mr. Ed Gantt told my granddad before he died that a person was buried almost in the same grave, but we were never certain since the rock head stone had been removed several years before."

Submitted By: Marian Miller
Milton Reece Hunnicutt - (20 Mar. 1845 - 21 Jul. 1861) Bur. Hopewell Baptist Church Cem., Oconee Co.., SC, Stone reads: Killed At Manassas, C.S.A.

Submitted by: Kristy Smith
William J. Hunnicutt - Orr's Regiment, Company E, age 27 when enlisted, Private, Discharged (25 Nov 1832 - 2 Dec 1882) Buried: New Hope Bapt. Church, Married to? M. E. ?

NOTES: I found this information from the Oconee co. cemetery books. I am trying to help my aunt with her tree and in this cemetery her grandmother is also there-Laura Hunnicutt Turner.She maybe his daughter.I will update as information is found.


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