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Georgetown in Georgetown County, South Carolina — The American South (South Atlantic)
 

Company A, 10th South Carolina Infantry Regiment

Georgetown Confederate Memorial

 
 
Company A, 10th SC Regiment Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Craig Swain, May 6, 2010
1. Company A, 10th SC Regiment Memorial
The memorial appears to be constructed of zinc alloy. As such it has a chalky texture, and has warped with time.
Inscription. (Front):
1861 to 1865

Privates
J.C. Dennis.
W.H. Deal.
B.A. Deal, wd. July 22, '64, Atlanta.
J.C. Deal, discharged, over age, since died.
S.C. Davis, captured, Missionary Ridge, since died.
J.W. Durant, discharged 1862, since died.
J.L. easterling, promoted second lieutenant.
E.C. Ellis, wounded, Atlanta, July 22, disabled.
G.L. Ellis, wounded, Chickamauga.
St. John P. Ellis, discharged, over age, since died.
D.J. Elliott.
Z.P. Elliott, since died.
Washington Emanuel, died of wounds, Atlanta, July 28.
S. Emanuel.
E. Exum.
S.S. Fraser, discharged, December 1861.
E. Fayer, since died.
W.A. Gasque, discharged, since died.
S.K. Gasque, discharged, since died.
J.W. Graham, promoted, assistant surgeon.
S.D. Guilds, wd. Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, & Atlanta,
Upper Front Panel Photo, Click for full size
By Craig Swain, May 6, 2010
2. Upper Front Panel
This side lists the privates of the company, alphabetically, continuing from the right side, starting with the letter "D".
July 22, '64, since died
W.G. Gamble, wd. at Corinth, kd at Bentonville, N.C.
T.J. Harrison, killed, Murfreesboro.
S. Harper.
S. Hennesy, wounded at Chickamauga.
H.W. Heisenbottel, died.
A.G. Heriot, temporarily detached from company.
J.E. Holmes, wd. Murfreesboro, Atlanta, Franklin.
S. Howell.
W.J. Howard, died. S.B. Holliday, died.
E.K. Howard, died. Daniel Johnston.


"Co. A, rally on the right group! Commence firing! Don't mind us!" C.C. White at Murfreesboro
"It was the best company I ever saw in the service!" Gen. A.M. Manigault

Chickamauga

(Left Side):
Privates.
J.S. June, killed, Atlanta, July 22, 1864.
A.M. Jaudon, died.
W.H.J. Lowrimore, wd. Atlanta.
H.D. Lequieux, detached, since died.
T. Lane, detached, government armory.
Henry E. Lucas, detached from
Lower Front Photo, Click for full size
By Craig Swain, May 6, 2010
3. Lower Front
company.
T.A. Mathews, killed Atlanta, July 22, 1864.
O.S. Marlow, died.
A. McCants, died.
J.W. McCormick, wounded, Murfreesboro & Atlanta.
W.E. McNulty, detached, quartermaster dep't.
A. McNulty, promoted sergeant-major.
J. Murrow, since died.
J.C. McDougal, died.
F.S. McCants, killed, Nashville.
D.M. Michau, discharged, 1862.
J.J. Morris, wounded, Atlanta.
J. McLawhon, wounded, Atlanta.
S.D. McClary, discharged, 1862.
James McMulken, killed, Murfreesboro.
W.W. Marree.
W.S. Nurse, promoted hospital steward.
L.C. Newman.
W.C. Ogburn, wounded, Chickamauga.
E.T. Porter, wounded, Chickamauga.
J.H. Porter, promoted lieutenant Company C.
L.H. Pipkin, wounded, Franklin.
A.J. Richardson, discharged, over age, since died.
J.J. Richardson, captured, Missionary Ridge.
Edward Rodgers, since died.
G.W. Stalvey, transferred to
Left Panel Photo, Click for full size
By Craig Swain, May 6, 2010
4. Left Panel
This side continues listing privates in the company.
engineer corps.
L.N. Rowe, since died.
S.A. Sellars, discharged, since died.


Privates
W. Stanners, wounded, Chickamauga, since died.
J.C. Small, discharged, since died.
A.B. Skipper, died of sounds, Chickamauga.
J.P. Stalvey, died.
John R. Smith.
R.W. Sing, wounded, Atlanta.
W.R. Skelley, wounded, Atlanta.
L.G.W. Shaw, wd. Atlanta, July 28, disabled, since died.
I.D. Singleterry, wounded, Atlanta.
J. Sloan, detached, since died.
J.W. Tarbox, promoted ordnance sergeant.
J.B. Thomas, captured, Missionary Ridge, since died.
R.C. Ward, wounded, Chickamauga.
A.R. Walker.
J.D. West, wounded, Chickamauga.
W.H. West, captured, Murfreesboro.
C.A. Williams, discharged, since died.
G.W. Williams, died.
T.E. Williamson, killed, Murfreesboro.
John Wilson, transferred to Navy.
F.W. Wilson.
G.F.S.
Lower Left Side Photo, Click for full size
By Craig Swain, May 6, 2010
5. Lower Left Side
Wright, wounded, Atlanta, July 28, 1864.
L.H. Wise.
J.L. Ward, detached, hospital steward.
Atlanta

(Right Side):
From
Corinth
to
Bentonville

Company A.
originally
Georgetown Rifle Guards.
Captains.
Plowden C. J. Weston, Elected Lt. Goov. So. Ca. since died.
C.C. White, wounded at Atlanta and disabled, since died.
First Lieutenants.
A.J. Shaw, promoted major 1861. since died.
S.W. Rouquie, resigned, 1862.
C.C. White, prom. capt. for distinguished gallantry.
O.P. Richardson, mort. wd. Atlanta, July 22, 1864.
Second Lieutenants.
C.C. White, promoted first lieutenant.
O.P. Richardson, promoted first lieutenant.
J.P. Richardson, wounded, Atlanta, July 28, since died.
J.L. Easterling, wd. Atlanta, July 28; disabled,
Right Side of Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Craig Swain, May 6, 2010
6. Right Side of Memorial
Listed in the panel are the company officers and non-commissioned officers.
since died.
First Sergeants.
C.C. White, promoted second lieutenant, 1862.
J.P. Richardson, promoted second lieutenant.
J.F. LeRebour, killed at Atlanta, July 22, 1864.
F.R. Haselden, since died.
Sergeants.
J.F. LeRebour, promoted to 1st sergeant.
F.R. Haselden, promoted to 1st sergeant, 1864.
W.S. Porter, transferred to signal corps.
R.C. Wallace, discharged, 1862, since died.
E. Emanuel, died, Oxford, Miss. 1862.
Corporals.
E. Emanuel, promoted sergeant.
E.W. Haselden.
W.F. Shaw, transferred, since died.
N.B. Clarkson, detached, engineer corps.
J.H. Detyens, discharged, 1863; under age.
S.E. Lucas, prom. major, and brigade commissary.
Bugler.
C. Tabler, missing.

Privates.
I. Alexander.
M.J. Bailey,
Lower Right Side Photo, Click for full size
By Craig Swain, May 6, 2010
7. Lower Right Side
This section lists the company's privates, starting alphabetically, and is continued on the other sides.
detached, ordnance department.
F.S. Barth, died.
E. Blakeley, discharged.
J.L. Blakeley, detached, engineer corps.
R.O. Bush, Jr. disch'd, transferred navy, since died.
O.J. Butts, trans. to gov't machine shop.
T.J. Bourne, wounded, died at Macon, Miss.
James Bostick, killed at Atlanta, July 28, 1864.
J.H. Bessant, transferred to Co. M.
J.F. Beckman, wounded at Corinth, Miss.; discharged.
J.J. Bryan, detached, since died.
W.T. Capers, made chaplain of 10th So. Ca. Reg't.
J.G. Chadwick, died.
G.R. Congdon, promoted quartermaster sergeant.
R.F. Collins, died.
N. Cribb, died.
W.A.D. Croft, discharged, 1862.
D. Cannon.
G. Cook, killed, Atlanta, July 22, 1864.
D.M. Cook, wounded, Chickamauga.
I.M. Cook, captured at Murfreesboro, not returned.
W.J. Clarkson, wounded, Murfreesboro, discharged.
Q.L. Cooper, elected sheriff; discharged.

Franklin

(Back):
Erected
Back Panel Photo, Click for full size
By Craig Swain, May 6, 2010
8. Back Panel
to
Co. A.
10th So. Ca.
Regt. of
Infantry
C.S.A.

Erected by
the women of
Georgetown,
assisted by friends
elsewhere,
and dedicated to the
men who died, or
faced death, in the
war that asserted
constitutional
liberty and affirmed
our manhood.
A.D., 1891.


"pon Co. A, of the 10th So. Ca. Regiment, I always relied in the crisis of every danger; and no emergency ever occurred when they failed to do their duty." Gen. A.M. Manigault
Murfreesboro


 
Location. 33° 22.215′ N, 79° 16.666′ W. Marker is in Georgetown, South Carolina, in Georgetown County. Marker is at the intersection of Church Street (U.S. 17) and Screven Street, on the right when traveling west on Church Street. Click for map. Located in the old Baptist
Text on Lower Back Photo, Click for full size
By Craig Swain, May 6, 2010
9. Text on Lower Back
Cemetery. Marker is in this post office area: Georgetown SC 29440, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Antipedo Baptist Church / Old Baptist Cemetery (within shouting distance of this marker); Beth Elohim Cemetery (about 700 feet away, measured in a direct line); Bethel Church (about 700 feet away); Georgetown (approx. 0.2 miles away); Prince George’s Parish Church, Winyah (approx. 0.2 miles away); Prince George Winyah Church (approx. 0.2 miles away); Methodists (approx. 0.3 miles away); Howard School (approx. 0.3 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in Georgetown.
 
Also see . . .  10th South Carolina Infantry. Web site with details of the regiment's service and company rosters, including Company A. (Submitted on June 12, 2010, by Craig Swain of Leesburg, Virginia.)
Company A, 10th South Carolina Infantry Regiment Sculpture Photo, Click for full size
By Mike Stroud, May 11, 2013
10. Company A, 10th South Carolina Infantry Regiment Sculpture
 
 
Categories. War, US Civil
 
Company A, 10th South Carolina Infantry Regiment Sculpture close-up Photo, Click for full size
By Mike Stroud, May 11, 2013
11. Company A, 10th South Carolina Infantry Regiment Sculpture close-up
 
 
Credits. This page originally submitted on , by Craig Swain of Leesburg, Virginia. This page has been viewed 1,435 times since then. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. submitted on , by Craig Swain of Leesburg, Virginia.   10, 11. submitted on , by Mike Stroud of Bluffton, South Carolina. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016.
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