3rd SC State Troops, Company F - 1862

3rd South Carolina State Troops
Company F
Jun 1862 - Jan 1863
Greenville and Spartanburg Districts

Officers
Goodlett, William H., Captain, born about 1817, married Frances Rush, lived in the Double Springs / Milford section of upper Greenville County.
Poole, Stephen Hamilton, 1st Lieutenant, born 7 May 1822, Greenville. Enlisted 24 Nov 1862, Greenville and a note at the bottom of his pay record states "Signs roll, commanding the company." Married Mary L. Westmoreland and died 17 Jan 1897.   Contact:

Batson, Eliott, 2nd Lieutenant

NonCommissioned Officers
Foster, R. J., 1st Sergeant
Childress, James L., Sergeant
Farr, James M., Sergeant
McCarrell, George W., Sergeant, lived in the Highland Twp, Greenville County.
Moon, John P., Sergeant, lived in the Highland Twp, Greenville County.
Benson, Prue B., Corporal
Bramlett, William H., Corporal
Dunahoo, Andy J., Corporal, lived in the Highland Twp, Greenville County.
Green, James W., Corporal
Tripp, O. R., Corporal, lived in the Gantt Twp, Greenville County.
Willson, Alvin C., Corporal

Privates
Bailey, James M.
Batson, William
Bishop, Joel
Bishop, Toliver
Boswell, Benjamin
Brown, Barm B. ( Baron or Barrum B. ), lived in the O'Neal Twp around Milford, Greenville County. Enlisted 25 Nov 1862 in Greenville. He was present never paid.
Burgess, N. Frank
Carlton, James M.
Carman, John M.
Carter, George
Coleman, T. D.
Couch, William
Cox, William
Crain, Lemuel, born 6 Apr 1823, married Elizabeth Smith, died 9 Mar 1905, buried Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Highland Twp, Greenville County.
Crain, William, born before 1830, married Emily Bruce, died 5 Aug 1879, buried Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Highland Twp, Greenville County.
Dickey, William D., lived in the Highland Twp, Greenville County
Dickson, William
Dill, C. P., lived in the Highland Twp, Greenville County
Duncan, Hezekiah, born 19 Jun 1820, married Emily Caroline Odam, died 29 Mar 1887, buried Double Springs Baptist Church. Lived in the Double Springs / Milford sections, Greenville County.
Duncan, Joseph B., born 27 Dec 1822, , married Maria Odam died 11 Feb 1905, buried Double Springs Baptist Church. Lived in the Double Springs / Milford sections, Greenville County.
Duncan, Thomas
Duncan, William E.
Edwards, Frank, lived in the Oneal Twp, Greenville County.
Edwards, Garison, lived in the Oneal Twp, Greenville County
Evans, James
Farr, Baylus E.
Fleming, Lewis H.
Foster, Absolom B.
Fowler, John
Gibson, Henry S., lived in the Oneal Twp, Greenville County
Groce, Henry, lived in the Oneal Twp, Greenville County
Harison, William
Hawkins, Henry
Hawkins, William B.
Henson, William
Howard, Elijah W.
Howard, John
Hunt Jr., Martin
Johnson, James
Johnson, William B.
Land, Jordan
Loftis, Francis Ashbury
Loftis, Jordan
Love, John
McCauley, Henry
McKinney Sr., William
Mills, Peter
Mitchell, Archy
Montgomery, Richard W.
Morrow, John F.
Pool, Jesse P.
Powell, William
Springfield, Pinckney
Suggs, Wiley
Tate, William Franklin
Tinunons, John
Turner, William
Waldrop, Tilmon W.
Watson, James M.
Wynn, James B.
Wynn, William
Young, James W.

Return to 3rd Regimental Unit

Note:
Many of these same men served together in The Sixteenth South Carolina, C.S.A. Company G, surrendering at Durham Station, 26 April 1865. The link will take you to a great site on this fine unit.


If you have any information about these troops or these units, please contact me at

1