3rd South Carolina State Troops Company C Jun 1862 - Jan 1863 Anderson and Greenville District
Berry, W. R., Captain
Traynham, T. W., 1st Sergeant Evans, W. H., Sergeant Hopkins, Thomas, Sergeant Smith, A. H., Sergeant Wilson, Jasper, Sergeant Boyce, T. L., Corporal Davenport, W. A., Corporal Hopkins, J. H., Corporal Johnson, W. H., Corporal King, G. W., Corporal Woodside, J. L., Corporal Privates
Privates Andrews, T. T. Ashmore, J. S. Autery, William Babb, Jonathan Bagwell, Fedrick Bryson, M. N. Chaptman, Hewlett Chaptinan, T. J. Cooley, J. J. Cooley, J. M. Cooley, John Cothran, J. C. Darby, W. B. Davenport, Irvin Davenport, Obadiah Ford, John Gary, Jonathan Gibbert, William Gray, W. E. Holiday, J. E. Holiday, Tully James, Edward Johnson, W. J. Jordan, B. E. Kellett, D. W. Kellette, J. A. Lattie, William Lewis, J. J. Long, J. E. McDaniel, Charles McDowell, James Meeks, L. B. Mosely, Harmon Neighbors, George Page, Benjamin Franklin, born 25 Mar 1813 in Spartanburg County (Woodruff), died 22 Nov 1895 in Greenville County and is buried in a private cemetery near Ware Place. Peden, D. M. Pinson, M. A. Reece, James Rice, L. C. Simms, Martin Simms, William Smith, Ezeikel Smith, W. P. Sprouse, H. H. Stone, J. K. Stone, James Stone, Owen Sullivan, D. C. Sullivan, William R., born about 1822, son of John and Sarah Sullivan, Wife's name was Mary Tate, Larkin Cannon Thomison, George Tolison, Edward Vaughn, Kendrick Wilson, Hugh
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Note:Many of these same men served together in The Sixteenth South Carolina, C.S.A. Company E, surrendering at Durham Station, 26 April 1865. The link will take you to a great site on this fine unit.