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1st (Hagood's) Infantry Regiment Historical Notes: Hagood's 1st Regiment Volunteers completed its organization at Barnwell, South Carolina, in December,and entered Confederate service in April, Its companies were raised in Charleston and the counties of Orangeburg, Lancaster, Barnwell, Greenville, Colleton, and Richland.
"1st South Carolina Regiment is also known as The 1st Provisional Army, Gregg's Regiment and McGowan's Regiment. "Col. Gregg was technically over a brigade, and after his death, command of the brigade went to Gen.
McGowan. Command of this regiment was for a time under Col. Cormillus McCreary, hence the names". (From SC 1st Infantry Regiment (Gregg's), Internet site). 1st South Carolina Artillery (Calhoun's / Rhett's): South Carolina Volunteers in the Civil War on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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History of McGowan's Brigade: South Carolinians Known First as Gregg's Brigade Kindle Edition The fourteenth SC infantry was made up mostly of men from Aiken, SC, my town. The book seems very accurate and conveys the tone of the war under Lee. It is is my favorite of the twenty or so reports I own of many Civil War generals/5(7).
Neil was a member of the 7th South Carolina Battalion, of Johnson Hagood’s South Carolina Brigade, Hoke’s Division. Unfortunately for Neil and his fellow soldiers, Hagood’s Brigade marched into a strong spot in the Union lines, and were surrounded on three sides as they drove home their charge.
Johnson Hagood (Febru – January 4, ) was a planter, soldier and military officer in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War, reaching the rank of Brigadier General in the state militia and regular Confederate Army in After the war, he became a politician in the Democratic being elected in as Comptroller General and Governor: Wade Hampton III, William.
Rod Graggs Covered with Glory is a very good combat narrative of the Confederate 26th North Carolina infantry at Gettysburg. Gragg sketches the regiments history from its formation in He traces the maturation of Col. Henry Burgwyn, the famed Boy Colonel of the Confederacy, who by the age of 21 years had graduated from the University of /5.
Full text of "Meet your grandfather, a sketch-book of the Hagood-Tobin family" See other formats. When the book moves on to the battles the 13 th South Carolina participated in, however, there is an overreliance on the official reports of officers and on J.F.J.
Caldwell’s famous book A History Of A Brigade of South Carolinians Known First as “Gregg’s,” and Subsequently as “McGowan’s Brigade. The author does very well leading up. On this field March, men of South Carolina stood with men of other Southern states and fought bloodily and bravely for their beliefs and way of life.
In doing so they wrote their names in imperishable letters in the book of glory. [Back — — Map (db m) HM. This history of the 11th North Carolina Infantry in the Civil War—civilian soldiers and their families—follows the regiment from their mustering-in to their surrender at Appomattox, covering action at Gettysburg, Bristoe Station, The Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold.
The 2nd North Carolina Cavalry fought its first major battle in its home state at New Bern on Maand narrowly escaped with its men and reputation intact. The regiment was nearly decimated in the Gettysburg Campaign, but was rebuilt and later fought with Robert E.
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During the American Civil War, North Carolina joined the Confederacy with some reluctance, mainly because neighboring Virginia had done so.
Throughout the war, North Carolina remained a divided state. The population within the Appalachian Mountains in the western part of the state mostly continued supporting the so, North Carolina contributed more troops to the Capital: Raleigh.
A comprehensive record of South Carolinians imprisoned during the Civil War After more than fifteen years of research, Randolph W. Kirkland, Jr. has identified more t South Carolinians imprisoned by Federal forces as a result of their service to the Confederacy.
Drawn from more than sources, Kirkland's alphabetical list includes the individuals' names, ranks. Anderson Daily Mail. Ap THE YOUNGEST COLONEL. James R. Hagood of South Carolina Commanded a Regiment at 19 South Carolina had the distinction of having the youngest regimental commander in the Confederate States army.
This was James R. Hagood, commanding the First South Carolina regiment of Micah Jenkin’s dauntless brigade. Join us Tues., 5 pm for Jane Kleeb, chair of the Democratic Party of Nebraska, as she talks about her new book Harvest the Vote (Ecco, hb, pp., $) before the SC Democratic debate.
The Democratic Party has lost an entire generation of rural voters. By focusing the majority of their message and resources on urban and coastal voters, Democrats have. Hagoods Brigade; Twenty-Seventh Regt. [Source: South Carolina Department of Archives & History.] ADDISON [CAPT.] was born in aboutin [Edgefield, South Carolina].
He married before Decin [Edgefield, South Carolina]. Based on the date, and he being one of Hagoods Brigade boys naturally assumed he met his fate as a result of Hagoods costly attack at Weldon Railroad on Aug 21st Out of curiosity checked his CMSR file and noted that he is listed as died of disease at the South Carolina Hospital in Petersburg Va on Aug 22nd.
Alexander, John Williamson - Co. G, 5th S.C. Inf., Born November 7, at Gaffney, South Carolina, Died June 7, at Gaffney, South Carolina.
He was a private in Company "G" 5th South Carolina Infantry. He mustered in during first week of June, at Orangeburg, SC. : War of the Rebellion: Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies () by Scott, Robert N and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(20).
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14 PRIVATE F. D., - The cries of these poor wounded men were distressing, but as they were between the lines we could give them no help. During the day and night that our brigade held Butler in check every man that could handle a spade was helping build a line of works on Swifts Creek about three miles out of.
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Hagoods SC Brigade was the only SC Infantry troops that did having arrived in.