FIRST SOUTH CAROLINA CAVALRY
COMPANY "E" 

Colleton County
men from Charleston
aka James D. Tresevant's Cavalry
had been Company "E", First South Carolina Cavalry Battalion
   

Surname

Given

Rank

Notes

Avinger

J. F.

 

 

Barafer

Harly

 

 

Barentine

P.

 

 

Barker

J. H.

 

 

Benton

S.

 

 

Berry

B. B.

 

 

Berry

James

 

 

Berry

R. G. M.

 

 

Brady

R. F.

 

 

Brandenburgh

J. B.

 

 

Brandenburgh

J. M.

Corporal

 

Brandenburgh

L.

 

 

Brandenburgh

T. P.

Corporal

 

Brandyburg

L.

 

 

Bums

William H.

 

 

Burkett

William

 

 

Carr

A. J.

Sergeant

 

Carr

W. H.

Corporal

 

Collier

W. O.

 

William Oscar Collier, born November 27, 1827 and died August 30, 1876.  Son of William Collier Jr. and Rebecca Shuler.  Married February 15, 1866 to Sarah Charlotte Thomas, born July 3, 1831 and died October 16, 1892. 
4 known children.

submitted by Robert Bryan Aldrich 2/26/2002

Connor

W. D.

3rd Lieutenant

 

Cooner

E. J.

 

 

Culler

H. L.

Corporal

 

Cunningham

J.

 

 

Darby

Charles S.

Pvt. 2nd Lieutenant

 

Darby

F. B.

1st Sergeant

 

Darby

F. R.

 

 

Darby

J. B.

 

 

Darby

John B.

 

 

Dodd

W. F.

 

 

Dolin

M.

 

 

Dufford

E.

 

 

Dukes

J. J.

 

 

Dukes

T. C. S.

 

 

Felder

S. F.

Sergeant

 

Fogle

H. W.

 

 

Frederick

Alfred J.

1st Lieutenant

 

Garick

D. B.

 

 

Glover

Florence

2nd Lieutenant

 

Graham

John W.

 

 

Gressette

M. S.

Sergeant

 

Grimes

A. J.

 

 

Grimes

L.

 

 

Hill

Charles Allen

Click on Surname for Memorial link and more information. 

Hill

J. R.

1st Lieutenant

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Hill

L. W.

 

 

Hill

R. S.

Music

 

Hill

T. H.

 

 

Houck

C. W.

 

 

Howell

L. R.

 

 

Hudson

A.

 

 

Hudson

M. D.

 

 

Hudson

R. S.

 

 

Hussey

J. M.

 

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Hyotte

J. E.

 

 

Karick

A. G.

 

Lewis Robert Carn Howell, born December 12, 1823 in St. George, SC and died October 22, 1898, buried in Indian Fields Methodist Church Cemetery, Rosinville, SC.  Oldest son of Joseph Hardy Howell and Louisa Carn.   Married Sarah E. Reeves, born February 8, 1831 in Cottageville, SC and died July 25, 1915 and buried with her husband.  11 known children and many descendants.
submitted by Robert Bryan Aldrich 2/26/2002

Karick

E. D.

 

 

Keller

J. N.

 

 

Keller

J. W.

 

 

Kennerly

D. W.

 

 

Kiser

J. B.

 

 

Koger

H. J.

 

 

Malone

P. J.

 

 

Martin

J. Alvin

Corporal

 

McKenzie

L.

Sergeant

 

McKenzie

L. R.

 

 

Merrett

John

 

 

Murphy

J. J.

 

 

Murphy

J. P.

 

 

Myers

A.

 

 

Myers

D.

 

 

Parler

S. B.

 

 

Reeves

F. E.

 

 

Reeves

H.

 

 

Rigby

C. P.

 

 

Rigby

C. S.

 

Charles S. Rigby, born November 30, 1840 near Reevesville, Colleton District, SC and died July 5, 1904 and buried in the Reevesville Baptist Church Cemetery, Reevesville, SC.   Son of William Washington Rigby and Elizabeth Hussey, widow of John Grimes.   Charles S. Rigby married Amanda Griffith, born July 14, 1845 and died October 13, 1913 and buried with her husband. There are no known descendants.
submitted by Robert Bryan Aldrich 2/26/2002

Riser

R. W.

 

 

Romaniski

T.

 

 

Ross

David

 

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Rush

B.

 

 

Shandley

J. A.

 

 

Sherlock

T.

 

 

Shirer

J. H.

Sergeant

 

Shirer

W. D.

 

W. D. Shirer was listed in the 1860 census as age 18 and from Orangeburg, SC. He enlisted in the South Carolina forces in November 1861. Listed in the Official records as wounded at Chancellorsville in May 1863; he was in fact wounded in the East Field Cavalry action at Gettysburg in July 1863; according to personal recollections of J.P. Malone, also of the 1st. SC Cavalry. Shirer died in a Yankee hospital a few weeks later, having been left behind during the Southern pull back. His internment is unknown.

Smith

A. L.

 

 

Smoke

G. W.

 

 

Smoke

S. P.

 

 

Spell

H. W.

 

 

Spell

J.

 

 

Spigener

J.

 

 

Spigener

J. P.

 

 

Stokes

B.

 

 

Stoudemnire

D. C.

 

 

Stoudemnire

D. H.

 

 

Stroble

J.

 

Click on Surname for Memorial link and more information.

Syphrett

R. A.

 

 

Taber

Albert R.

2nd Lieutenant

 

Taber

J. R.

Lieutenant

 

Thompson

C. R.

 

 

Tindall

D. O.

 

 

Trezevant

James D.

Captain

 

Watt

J. L.

 

 

Watt

W. R.

 

 

Way

Madison  P.

Private 

b. 24 Dec 1826. He transferred to Co. A, 5th SC Cavalry, on 26 Mar 1863. d. 10 May 1896, and buried at Jerusalem Methodist Church, Elloree, SC.
submitted by Fred Knudsen Columbia, SC

Weathersby

D. L.

 

 

Weeks

L. W.

 

 

Wiles

J. M.

 

 

Wimberly

J.

 

 

Wimberly

J. G. W.

 

Joel George Washington Wimberly, born June 10, 1838 and died April 30, 1885.  Buried in Indian Fields Methodist Church Cemetery, Rosinville, SC.  Son of Captain Issac Wimberly.  No known spouse.
submitted by Robert Bryan Aldrich 2/26/2002

Wise

W. H.

 

 

Wise

William

 

 

Zeigler

J. J.

 

 

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