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Cavalry Battalion, Holcombe Legion      
Company A
Sumner Pouncy Thomas - Corporal   
Sumner was 17 years old when he joined Capt W.R. Calhoun's Co. 1st Regt. SC Artillery. Enlisted 16 Mar. 1861 and mustered in at Fort Moultrie, Charleston on 18 May 1861. He was stationed on James Island in Charleston Harbor in Oct 1864. It is believed his unit saw service in Va. but I have not found documentation. He died at age 40 leaving a wife and 2 children. He was my 3rd cousin 5 x removed. Deo Vindice
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  12/11/2017
Company B
John N. Karr - Private   
He was born in 1834 in DeKalb County, Georgia. He married Mary Elizabeth Brown. According to Georgia pension records he served in the 1st South Carolina Artillery. In the 1880 census he is listed as 'John M. Karr' and his occupation was carpenter. At that time, he was living in North Fulton County with his wife and three of his six children. He owned a farm house in the area that is now Chastain Park. He died in 1911 and is buried in Fulton County, Georgia.
Contact Name:  Michael A. Day
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Date Added:  1/25/2006
Company B
Alfred Lundy - Private   
Alfred enlisted 7 Apr 1862 at Darlington, Darlington District SC. Enlisted by Lieut. Dargan for 3 years. His Regimental history gives his battles. He is captured and is on a Roll for paroled sick prisoners released 6 June 1865 after 'swallowing the Yellow Dog'. Captured at Cox Creek 4 Mar 1865. He died in 1878.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  2/27/2019
Company B
william newton rains - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  shane carter
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Date Added:  3/24/2014
Company B
Paul J Wilson - 1st Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Tracey Williams Mullis
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Date Added:  4/17/2012
Company C
Wesley Black - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stacie Fisk
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Date Added:  7/31/2011
Company C
Joseph Canady Boswell - Private   
Joseph was 24 Years old when he enlisted on 1 Aug 1861 at Darlington South Carolina , Darlington Co Court House. Capt D.G. McIntosh's SC Vol's. [Pee Dee Rifles.] Then Co D 1st [McGreary's Vol. Inf. This unit was then assigned to Capt Zimmerman's SC Artillery,as Co. C of Manigault's Battalion South Carolina Artillery. Joseph is distantly related to me by marriage.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  3/21/2018
Company C
John Marion Hudson - Private   
John M. Hudson, Pvt. Co. C, 1 (Orr's) S. C. Rifles, C.S.A., enlisted at Pickens C.H., S.C., July 1, 1862, was captured at Falling Waters (Gettysburg) July 14, 1863, and was paroled and exchanged at Point Lookout Md., Feb. 18, 1865, and was recieved at Boulwares & Cox Wharf, James River, Feb. 20 & 21, 1865.
Contact Name:  Kyle James
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Date Added:  1/20/2008
Company C
Morgan Richard Sturges - Quarter Master   
Morgan was about 22 when he enlisted 11 Feb 1861 at Darlington SC for 12 months. He appears at Quarter Master on the Field and Staff Roll. He was in the fight that led to the fall of Fort Sumter. He reenlisted for three years at the fort. Oct 1863 finds him in jail in Charleston - charges pending. He is ordered released by the Commanding General. With the rank of Pvt. he is assigned to the admin office of Col Rhett. After the fall of Charleston men of this unit were assigned to Calvary and Infantry units.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  3/24/2019
Company D
John Wesley Coker - Private   
John was from the Antioch Community of Darlington Co.[ District] SC. He was 16 years old in 1860. He enlisted at the Darlington District Court House on 20 Dec 1862 in Capt Warley's Co. D SC. Vols. This Artillery unit became 1st SC Artillery, aka 2nd SC Artillery and was commanded by Officers Lamar, Alston, & Lamar's Battery SC Light Arty. as well as Inglis' Light Arty. [Manigault's Battalion SC Arty.] Reference: Siege Train... Confederate Artillery in defense of Charleston SC.... John Wesley survived the invasion and died at his son's home in Birmingham, Ala. 13 Apr 1915 and is buried by his wife in Darlington Co. SC.
Contact Name:  phillip thomas
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Date Added:  7/31/2019
Company D
Elijah Covington - Private   
Elijah enlisted at Columbia SC by Major Green on 8 July 1864. He was 25 years old. He was captured in the Marlboro District SC on 6 March 1865. He was sent to New Bern NC and on to Harts Island in New York Harbor where he died on 24 May 1865 of exposure and starvation. 1st buried at Brooklyn, Kings Co. NY. Grave moved to Cypress Hills National Cemetery. Plot 2874 [ No stone ]
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  6/30/2014
Company F
Robert William Boney - Private   
Discharged August 1, 1864
Contact Name:  Tommy Corder
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Date Added:  7/6/2008
Company F
Archibald Campbell - Private   
Archibald was 23 Years old. He enlisted at Chesterfield, SC on 28 April 1862 for three years by Capt King. His CMR card for May - June 1862 states he was discharged at Fort Sumpter, and paid up to date on 27 June 1862. No reason in records for the discharge. It had to be for chronic illness or serious injury.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  6/23/2014
Company H
Reuben Bottoms - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Daniel
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Date Added:  8/19/2011
Company H
William Asberry Fowler - Private   
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Contact Name:  John Dove
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Date Added:  5/11/2010
Company I
Neighbor Harvin Holladay - Private   
Lived died, Buried in Manning, SC, Holladay Family Cemetery
Contact Name:  Thomas B. Holladay,III
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Date Added:  12/2/2010
Company I
Neighbor Harvin Holladay - Private   
I am not trying to copy my distant cousin Butch by adding the same relative, I just want to show my respects as well.
Contact Name:  Jeffrey Holliday
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Date Added:  5/2/2014
Company K
Ephraim Cobb JR. - Private   
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Contact Name:  Shirley (Pitts) Bennett
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Contact Homepage:  NINE
Date Added:  3/28/2007
Company K
Abijah Columbus Crawford - Private   
Pvt. Abijah Columbus Crawford Co. K, 1st SC Artillery, CSA was the son of David E. Crawford 1801-1865 & Mary Jane Jordan Crawford 1810-abt 1885 of Horry, SC. Abijah was one of 4 brothers that served in the CSA. He did survive the war, married Martha Moore & raised a large family in the Aynor, SC area. Abijah C. Crawford 1846-1900 is buried at Rehobeth Methodist Church in Horry, SC. He is my great-grand uncle via his youngest brother, John D. Crawford 1850-1906 (my GG-grandfather) of Galivants Ferry, SC.
Contact Name:  KEITH EDWARDS
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Date Added:  5/7/2012
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