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Battalion of State Cadets      
Company Unknown
THOMAS D DUNCAN - Private   
THOMAS D DUNCAN
ENLISTED IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY IN SOUTH CAROLINA AUGUST 1863,UNDER
CAPT.BUCHIN,COL.ROBERTS,LT.PHILLIPS.ALSO SERVED AS A HOME GUARD IN SOUTH
CAROLINA.WAS DISCHARGED FROM THE CONFEDERATE ARMY AT CHARLESTON,SOUTH CAROLINA.
HAS BEEN A RESIDENT OF TENNESSEE 37 YEARS PENSION APP.1903.
CONFEDERATE SOLDIER HE SERVED IN THE 23rd.SC INFANTRY,DREW PENSION IN GREENE CO.TN.PENSION FILE #5628
. Thomas D. DUNCAN was born 13 August 1823 in South Carolina, and died 16 January 1907 in Greene County, Tennessee. He married Sarah HALL about 1840 in South Carolina. She was born 15 November 1825 in South Carolina, and died 20 June 1907 in Greene County, Tennessee.
Parents were Thomas Duncan b 1798 NC d 1868 SC and Elizabeth b 1798 SC
Thomas Duncan b 1798 parents were William Duncan b 1749 NC D 1835 SC And Sarah Turner b 1766 NC

Contact Name:  Bobby R Presley
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Date Added:  7/9/2005
Company Unknown
James Henry Fore - Unknown   
Born 4th Jan. 1832, died 21st August 1909. A native of Marion County, S. C. The second son and third child of Thomas and Rebecca (Gasquie) Fore.

Educated in the common schools of Marion County - reared and trained as a farmer, which he made the occupation of his life.

His home and farm were his universe, and there everything was well ordered and precise. His barn and smoke-house were never empty, and he was not annoyed by collecting agents.

At the commencement of the Confederate War, he enlisted in the 23rd S. C. Regiment where he rendered faithful service to the close of hostilities.

He was twice married: First to Miss Mary L. Kirvin to whom was born six children, only three of whom survive, to wit; Thomas E., Donnela and Mary Jane, all of whom are worthy members of society in their native county, and all parents of families.

The second marriage was with Mrs. Henrietta (Lane) Brigman, to whom was born four children, of whom three survive to wit: Joe V., Nina and Rebecca. Joe V. and Rebecca are married but Miss Nina remains single, being the youngest of the children. The wife pre-deceased the husband by only a few years having been paralyzed
prior to her death.

The oldest brother of H. J. Fore - Ely Fore - in early life went to Alabama to make his home, and although it is known that he raised a family there, little is know here concerning them.

The second in family, Elizabeth Ann, became the wife of the late Col. E. T. Stackhouse, and was the mother of several sons of prominence in Marion County.
The next younger brother, Thomas, went west and died there.
Daniel died in a Yankie prison during the Confederate war. Rebecca Jane became the wife of Dr. W. W. Hamilton, a prominent and worthy citizen of the town of Marion, and a survivor of the Confederate War (in which none rendered more faithful service): and the mother of Dr. Thomas W. Hamilton now beginning his career in the home of his parents and ancestors.
Rebecca Jane is now the only surviving member of this interesting family in Marion County, who (it may be parenthetically stated) has largely performed the part of a mother as well as a noble sister to the other brothers and sisters and also to the widowed father. It was at her home that J. H. Fore always sought comfort and rest during the declining days, and it was there he went to receive the last kind offices of earthly friends; there to her aged father lingered and died there;
a younger sister, Miss Eugenia, made her home for many years and during a long and painful illness was nursed until the time of her death;
there a younger brother Willis Fore was borne when crushed by a moving railroad train, and received the comforting care of this gently sympathizing sister until he breathed his last;
and it was there children Ed. M. Fore were taken for training and maintenance after his tragic death.

Tracy R. Fore, a younger brother, some years ago, moved with his family to the state of Florida.
Contact Name:  Robin Moore
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Date Added:  6/29/2009
Company Unknown
Hugh E Schnierle - Private   
Hugh was killed by shrapnel to the body at Petersburg.
Contact Name:  Gene Schnierle
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Date Added:  6/17/2006
Company A
Angus D. Douglass - Unknown   
Military 1864 Co. A, 23rd SC Infantry

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cmddlton/dglss1.html#anchor1185986
http://www.unc.edu/~ecanada/douglass.html

Angus D. Douglass, born 6/22/1818. Owned a cotton plantation. He also served as a Constable, working with his brother Daniel Douglass while he was a Magistrate of Chesterfield Co., SC. Married Catherine Smith. Angus Douglass died of measles 8/19/1864, Petersburg, Va., while serving in the Confederate Army, buried Petersburg, VA.

Contact Name:  Daniel Douglass
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Date Added:  8/14/2010
Company C
James Preston Davis - Private   
Pvt. James P. Davis (Hatches Coast Rangers) 1839-1906 is buried at Old Town Cemetery, Marion, SC. He was the son of Benjamin S. Davis & Julia Franklin Avant of Marion SC. He served in the SC Legislature & Marion County Treasurer. His sister was my GGG (Ann Catherine Davis Collins Floyd).
Contact Name:  Keith Edwards
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Date Added:  12/23/2014
Company C
Henry Calvin Easler - Private   
H C Easler sometimes spelled Eastler also fought in the Mexican War. Would Love to here from any body that might have any additional info.
Contact Name:  Chris W. Easler
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Date Added:  8/6/2008
Company C
David Kidd O'Brien - Captain   
Quartermaster
Contact Name:  Price Cameron, M. D.
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Contact Homepage:  lpjpcameron@comcast.net
Date Added:  12/6/2014
Company D
Edwin Ruthven White - Captain   
Captain Edwin White distinguished himslef and his unit on July 30, 1864 at the Battle of Petersburg by preventing the breach of the Confederate line during the explosion of the breastwarks known as the ''Crater''.
Capt ER White served in the SC Regiment from 1861 to 1865. He was captured at Dinwiddie Courthouse in April, 1865 and became a POW at Johnson Island until the war was over.
Contact Name:  Robert Downie White
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Date Added:  12/24/2004
Company D
Edwin Ruthven White - Captain   
Captain Edwin White distinguished himself and his unit on July 30, 1864 at the Battle of Petersburg by preventing the breach of the Confederate line during the explosion of the breastwarks known as the ''Crater''.
Capt ER White served in the SC Regiment from 1861 to 1865. He was captured at Dinwiddie Courthouse in April, 1865 and became a POW at Johnson Island until the war was over.
Contact Name:  Robert Downie White
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Date Added:  12/24/2004
Company F
Benjamin E Dove - Unknown   
Ben's CSA unit was 'Hatch's Coast Rangers'...He and wife, Mary Jane Roberts-Dove, are buried at Wesley Chapel UMC Cemetery in Lamar Co. Alabama. He has a CSA Heastone.
Jim Minor (12/26/09)
Contact Name:  Jim Minor
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Date Added:  12/26/2009
Company F
John Joseph McLure - Captain   
Commissioned as a Captain on 17 October 1861 at the age of 34.
Resigned on 5 July 1862.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  8/2/2010
Company G
Robert Gray Gilbert - Private   
Robert was 28 Years old, newly married with a small child. He enlisted in Marlboro District, SC on 24 March 1862. This unit was known as [Hatch's Coast Rangers.] He reenlisted on Sullivan Island at Charleston SC in March 1864. He suffered from Rubello and Febris Typhus. Wounded at Richmond Va, by gunfire to the back he is given a 30 day furlough on 20 July 1964. He was serving in Evan's Brigade. He survived the invasion and died 10 Feb 1913.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  3/26/2019
Company G
Elisha C Pipkin - 1st Lieutenant   
Elisha was 38 years old when he enlisted in Capt. R C Emanuels Co. [Hatch's] Coastal Rangers aka 23rd Regiment SC Infantry. Enlisted 17 Oct 1861 at Sessionville SC near Charleston. Appointed 1st Lieutenant 17 Dec. 1861. Served in and around Charleston before being sent to Virginia. Fought is 12 major battles and numerous skirmishes. Sent to Mississippi and was engaged at Jackson. Returned to Virginia and fought in the trenches at Petersburg. Va. Lost 47 men at the explosion of the Crater. Last fight was at 5 Forks. The men from Marboro County were known as the {Douglas Rifles] Elisha's wounds or disease is not disclosed but he died soon after on 24 April 1865. He was under extreme stress as he in his short life had lost two wives before the war. He had remarried. The stress of the war and personal losses ease him into an early grave... His two sons died young and left no one to carry on his name.
Contact Name:  phillip thomas
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Date Added:  8/24/2019
Company I
James W Bartlett - Private   
Member of Sprott's Guards.
Contact Name:  Adam Sutton
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Date Added:  7/4/2010
Company I
Daniel Judson Bradham - 2nd Lieutenant   
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Date Added:  5/5/2014
Company I
Thomas Abijah Bradham - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Jeffrey Holliday
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Date Added:  5/5/2014
Company I
Sgt Washington Allen Brewer - Sergeant   
He was James Franklin Brewer's bother. My 2nd Great Grand Uncle.
Contact Name:  Jeffrey Holliday
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Date Added:  5/2/2014
Company I
Morgan Sabb Cantey - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jeffrey Holliday
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Date Added:  5/5/2014
Company I
Thomas Robert Cantey - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jeffrey Holliday
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Date Added:  5/5/2014
Company I
William James Ransom Cantey Jr. - Captain   
Enlisted as 4th Sergeant, later promoted 2nd Lieutenant, and finally Captain. Killed April 1, 1865, Battle of Five Forks near Petersburg, Virginia. Two younger brothers also served with him. According to Chronicles of St. Marks Parish, diligent inquiry could not ascertain his fate, but it was believed he was captured and killed while trying to escape. His widow told her granddaughter (my grandmother) that his body servant attended to him the day of the battle and then never saw him again.
Contact Name:  John Cliett
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Date Added:  7/30/2014
Company I
William Robert Coskrey - Captain   
He is my 3rd Great Grandfather.
Contact Name:  Jeffrey Holliday
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Date Added:  5/2/2014
Company I
Henry J. Holladay - Private   

Contact Name:  Jeffrey Holliday
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Date Added:  5/2/2014
Company I
Alexander John Richbourg - Sergeant Major   
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Contact Name:  Ansel McFaddin
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Date Added:  6/12/2016
Company I
James [Jim} L. Rowe - Private   
B.Oct.16,1818 Lived in Manning SC before & after war. Enlisted May15,1861 at Camp Gracie. {Hatch's Coast Rangers.} Older brother of J.M. Rowe 5th SC Cav. & E.B. Rowe of 4th SC Cav.
Contact Name:  Kenneth Williams
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Date Added:  11/27/2009
Company K
Charles James Joye - Private   
Charles was from Sumter, Sumter Co SC Post office was at Lynchburg. He was 16 y/o in 1860. He joined and was mustered on 15 Nov 1861at Christ Church Parish in Capt T D Frierson's Co. K Hatch's Regiment Coast Rangers for 1 year. He reenlisted on Morris Island on 9 May 1862. He was plagued with chronic diarrhoea and hospitalized twice for same. Given 30 day sick leave for same Oct 1864 from Jackson Hosp. Richmond Va. he was serving in Elliott's Brigade. He fought in 11 major battles and numerous skirmishes. He is listed as a POW at the time of parole at Appomattox Va on 9 Apr 1865. He lived until 8 Nov 1916 when he died in the Confederate Soldiers Home in Columbia, SC. he is buried in the Mouzon family cem. in Mouzon, Wiliamsburg Co. SC. He was the father in law of my 1st cousin 4 x removed.
Contact Name:  phillip thomas
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Date Added:  11/27/2019
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