History of Edgefield County: From the Earliest Settlements to 1897 : Biographical and Anecdotical, with Sketches of the Seminole War, Nullification, Secession, Reconstruction, Churches and Literature, with Rolls of All the Companies from Edgefield in the War of Secession, War with Mexico and with the Seminole Indians
Biographical and anecdotical, with sketches of the Seminole war, nullification, secession, reconstruction, churches and literature, /with rolls of all the companies from Edgefield in the War of Secession, War with Mexico and with the Seminole Indians.
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Abbeville Abney afterwards Aiken army Atlanta Augusta Baptist born Brooks brother Calliham camp Captain Charleston Chickamauga church Cold Harbor Colonel command Corley Corporal Creek Culbreath Cunningham daughter death December died of disease died of wounds discharged at Appomattox Edgefield County Edgefield Court House Edgefield District Eldred Simkins elected enemy father Ferry Fourth Sergeant George Georgia Governor Hamburg Henry Hill honor Indians James John Johnson Jones Joseph July killed in battle Legislature living Major March married Martin miles Newberry Newberry County Ninety-Six Ninety-Six District officers Ouzts party pastor Pickens preached present privates Regiment Richmond Ridge road Saluda Saluda River Sampson Pope Samuel Samuel Hammond Savannah River Secession Second Lieutenant Second Sergeant served Simkins Smith soldier soon South Carolina Volunteers surrendered April Tenn Third Sergeant Thomas Tillman Timmerman Tories town Virginia Watson Whigs wounded at Gettysburg