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Eighteenth South Carolina Infantry
Company H
Catawba Light Infantry

This page contains a roster, a list of casualties at Petersburg, & links to battles for the 18th SCV Company H.

Officers:
R.H. Glenn, Capt., dropped 5/5/1862
William Berry Allison, 1 Lt., to Major/Lt. Col., enlisted 1/1/1862 at Camp Hamilton, paroled 4/9/1865 at Appomattox
Samuel L. Campbell, 2nd Lt/1 Lt., enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston SC, 9/14/1862 wounded & captured at South Mountain, exchanged 11/8/1862 at Aikins VA, wounded & listed as blind 11/1863, retired 8/24/1864
J.F. Johnston, Sgt/1 Lt., paroled 4/9/1865
Appomattox
G.M.A.C.Riddle, 3rdLt/2nd Lt., dropped 5/5/1862
Edward B. White, 2 Lt., KIA 8/30/1862 2nd Manassas
John M. Finley, Private/2 Lt., enlisted 4/29/1862 Camp Guerin, wounded 7/16/1864 left foot

Hunter, John J., Sergeant Major

Enlisted men:
Abernathy, L. H.
, Private, enlisted 3/11/1863 Wilmington NC, DOD 3/19/1864 Madison FL
Abernathy, W.N., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Camp Hamilton, wounded 6/6/1864, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Adams, Elwin, Private, enlisted 3/25/1863, wounded 6/17/1864 Petersburg, DOW 8/4/1864
Adkins, Jasper, Private, enlisted 11/27/1863 Mt. Pleasant, KIA 7/30/1864 Crater
Adkins, S.R., enlisted 3/15/1863 Camp Taylor, wounded 10/28/1864 Richmond VA
Anderson, David H., Private, conscript 10/31/1864 Columbia
Andison, D.H., Private,enlisted 1/26/1861 Camp Guerin, deserted 8/1/1863
Armstrong, William Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Camp Hamilton
Barber, William M., Private
Barnett, John N., enlisted 3/28/1862 Camp Guerin, paroled 4/1865 Farmville VA, DOW  received at Petersburg 8/23/1865 at York SC
Barnett, Robert A., enlisted 1/1/1862 Camp Hamilton, KIA on pickett 7/5/1864
Barnett, Thomas B., Private,enlisted 3/28/1862 Camp Guerin
Beamguard, D.C., Private
Berry, W.T., Cpl/Sgt, enlisted 5/15/1862 Charleston, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Blalock, J.W., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston
Bobbett, J.W., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston, DOD 6/30/1862 Charleston SC, buried Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina
Boyd, Francis Theodore, Private, enlisted 3/28/1862 at Camp Guerin, DOD 3/1/1863 at Kingston, NC. Son of Thomas Jefferson Boyd.
Boyd, J.A., Private,enlisted 4/28/1863 Raleigh NC, also served11th NC Co. H
Boyd, James Davidson, enlisted 3/28/1862 Camp Guerin
Boyd, John J., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston,also served 11th NC Co.H
Boyd, Rufus Franklin, Private
Boyd, Thomas Jefferson, Private, enlisted 5/5/1863 Charleston, KIA 7/30/1864 Crater VA, father of Francies T. Boyd.
Boyd, Thomas M., Private
Brandon, Hugh B., enlisted 1/27/1864 FL, captured 7/30/1864 Petersburg VA, sent to Pt. Lookout, sent to Elmira NY 8/8/1864, DIP 9/7/1864, buried Mill Creek Cemetery
Brandon, W.A., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston SC
Campbell, David Marshall, Private, enlisted 6/28/1863 Charleston SC
Campbell, Isaac Alexander, Private, enlisted 3/28/1862 Camp Guerin, DOD Mt. Pleasant 9/30/1863
Campbell, John A., Private, enlisted 2/10/1864 Charleston, captured at Petersburg, 4/1/1865 sent to Pt. Lookout, released 6/26/1865, listed with dark complexion, dk. brown hair, hazel eyes, 5'91/2"
Campbell, M.S., Private
Campbell, N.B.
Caps, H.H., Private
, enlisted 3/26/1863 Wilmington NC, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Capps, Samuel R., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston, shot through hand 7/30/1864 Crater, captured at Five Forks 4/2/1865, released from Pt. Lookout 6/24/1865, shown as born Mecklenburg NC, Light Complexion,Brown Hair, Grey Eyes, 5' 8 1/2"
Carothers, James Randolph, Private, DOD 12/3/1862 Lynchburg,
Old City Cemetery Lynchburg, VA
Carothers, William, Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston, wounded right thigh severe 5/20/1864, died at home 5/21/1864
Carroll, C.M., Private, enlisted 4/9/1862 Charleston, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Cherry, R.S., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862, DOD 1/22/1862 Camp Guerin Charleston SC
Clark, William, Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston, captured 7/30/1864 Crater, arrived Elmira 8/8/1864, DIP 9/2/1864
Clinton, John S., Private, enlisted 4/23/1864 Charleston
Cook, James Robertson, Private, enlisted 1/14/1864 Camp Guerin, POW Farmville VA 4/6/1865
Currence, Bishop B., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston, KIA 8/30/1862 2nd Manassas
Damron, A.B.
Damron, J.T.
, Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston, discharged 1/13/1863, also shown as Damiron, J.T.
Davis, William, parold 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Davis, William T., Private, enlisted 1/1/1863 Greenville, KIA 9/17/1862 Sharpsburg MD.
Davidson, A.B., enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston
Davidson, James Francis, Private, enlisted 3/28/1862 Charleston, furloughed 12/1/1862 for gunshot wound
Davidson, S.T., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston, captured at Crater 7/30/1864, sent to Pt. Lookout, transferred to Elmira 8/8/1864, paroled 3/14/1865 sent to James River for exchange
Davidson, Samuel L., Private
Davis, William T., Private, KIA 9/17/1862 Sharpsburg
Deviney, Robert Love, Private, enlisted 12/26/1863 Sullivans Island SC, wounded 5/20/1864 ,DOW 6/10/1864 received 5/20/1864 Clays Farm VA 
Dobson, Rufus, Private/Corporal, enlisted 3/28/1862 Camp Guerin, transfered to Hamptons Legion Co. F
Elder, E., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston
Faris, Harvey H., Private/Corp., enlisted 5/5/1862 Charleston, flesh wound upper 3rd left thigh 3/25/1865 captured at Richmond 4/3/1865, sent to Pt. Lookout 5/9/1865, released 6/26/1865, listed with dark complexion, black hair, black eyes
Farris, James D., Private, enlisted8/27/1864 Columbia, gunshot wound 4/1/1864 Hatchers Run VA, DOW 6/12/1865 Lincoln General Hospital
Farris, Samuel Thomas, enlisted 1/1/1862 Charleston
Fewell, James W., Private, enlisted 3/28/1862 Charleston, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Forbes, J.T., Private, enlisted 5/14/1862 Shelby NC, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Gamble, J.A., Private
Garrison, D. A., Private
Garrison, Elias B., Private
Garrison, E.M., Private, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Garrison, J.A., Private
Garrison, Isaac A., Private, DOD at home 1/31/1862
Garrison, James Thomas, Private, missing 7/30/1864 Crater
Garrison, John M. Jr., Private
Garrison, Josiah, Private
Garrison, J.R., Private, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Garrison, Monroe
Garrison, S.M.
, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Garrison, T.D., Private
Gaulden, James D., Private
Glenn, David J., Jr., Private
Glenn David J., Sr., paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Glenn, James H., Private, KIA 2/5/1865 Hatchers Run VA
Glenn, John Franklin, Private, died 3/29/1865
Glenn, Samuel O. , Private, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Golden, William
Green, D.G., Private
Hamel, A.
, Private, KIA 7/30/1864 Crater
Harper, Andrew J., Private/3rd Sgt.
Harper, Thomas E., Private
Hemphill, Hugh R., Private
Henderson, William H., Private, also served Hampton Legion, died 7/11/1864 Kitreel Springs NC
Hill, J.J., Private, also served 18th Co.C as James J. Hill
Howe, Cephas H.M., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Columbia SC, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Howe, R.O., Private, enlisted 1/1/1862 Columbia SC, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Howe, Thomas A., Private
Huddleston, James H.
, Private, KIA 7/30/1864 Crater
Huddleston, Stephen, Private, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Huddleston, Thomas J., Corporal
Hunter, John J.
Hutchinson, James P.
, Private
Hutchinson, Samuel Jasper, Private
Jackson, D.A., Private
Jackson, J.D., Private
Jackson, John L., Private
Jackson, John M., Private, wounded & missing 7/30/1864 Crater
Jackson, Robert M., Private, KIA 7/30/1864 Crater
Jackson, S.W., Private
Jackson, W.J., Private, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Jackson, W.T., Private, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Johnston, James F., Private
Johnson, James L., Private, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Jones, John H., Private
Koon, I., Private
Lanier, Chesterfield C., Private/Corporal
Lawrence, Jacob, Private
Limval, S.D., Corporal, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Martin, Robert H., Sergeant, KIA 7/30/1864 Crater
Matthews, John A., Private, missing 7/30/1864 Crater, DIP 9/15/1864 Elmira NY
McCarter, Elias/Irvin, Private
McCarter, J.C., 5th Sergt, missing 7/30/1864 Crater
McCarter, J.L., Private
McCarter, Robert C., Corporal
McCarter, R.R., Private
McCarter, W. Elias, KIA 5/20/1864 Clay's Farm VA
McCarter, W.W., Private
McCully,Samuel B., Private, wounded severe in shoulder 7/30/1864 Crater, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
McCully, Samuel H., Private, DOD 8/6/1862 Raleigh NC
McDaniel, R., Private
McGuire, G.W., Private, DOW 9/10/1862, Warrenton VA, buried Manassas Cemetery
Menus, J., Private
Merritt, William H., Private, KIA 5/20/1864 Clays Farm
Messer, F., Private
Millen, W.T., Private, also shown as William F. Milling
Milling, James F., Private, also shown as J.F. Millen
Miller, Frank
Miller, James
Mitchell, L.W., Private
Montgomery, H.H.
, Private, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Moore, David J., Private
Moore, E.C.
Mitchell, L.W.
, Private
Murphy, Evans J., Private
Nivens, James T., Private, also served Hampton Legion Co. F
Patrick D. J., Private
Pettus, George H, , Private
Poag, J.M., Private
Poag, J.R., Private
Pope, M.T., Private
Robinson, C.D., Private
Robinson, W.T.
Saunders, W.C.
, Private, 8/15/64 Petersburg VA
Senn, G., Private
Simril, Franklin M., Private, KIA 5/20/1864 Clays Farm
Simril, Samuel Davidson, Private, wounded in thigh severe 7/30/1864 Crater
Smith, J.A., Corporal
Smith, S.S., Private
Spencer, Joseph H., Private/Sergeant
Spratt, J.W., Private
Stewart, A.M., Private
Stewart, S.A., Private
Stewart, William N., Private, wounded from explosion 7/30/1864 Crater
Stowe, S.D., Private
Tanner, T.H., DIP10/23/63 Point Lookout
Tate, James B., Orderly Sergeant, missing 7/30/1864 Crater
Teague, W., Private
Thomasson, Franklin L., Private
Thomasson, James F., Private, KIA 9/14/62 South Mountain MD
Thomasson, Thomas N., Private
Thorn, J.R., Private, KIA 7/30/1864
Crater
Tomlinson, R. Leander, Private, DOD 1/19/1862 Hospital Charleston SC
Turner, George D., Private
Wallace, John R., 1st Sergeant
Warren, J.R., Private, paroled 4/19/1865
Appomattox
Woods, Robert L., Private, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox
Woods, W.W., Private
Wright, James M., Private, missing 7/30/1864 Crater, DIP 10/20/1864 Elmira
Youngblood, Richard C., Private, KIA 7/30/1864 Crater
Youngblood, Thomas W., died 7/22/1862 Charleston SC
Youngblood, William O., Corporal, paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox

Blow up at the Crater: Casualties at Petersburg-18th Regt., SCV, Co. H - Yorkville Enquirer, 8/10/1864-List of casualties in Co. H, 18th Regiment, SC Volunteers in the fight of the 30th July 1864, :
Killed:
Sergt. R.H. Martin,
Privates Jasper Adkins, T.M. Boyd, A. Hamel, James H. Huddleston, J.F. Thorn, R.C. Youngblood.

Wounded:
S.D. Simril, severe in thigh 
Privates S.R. Caps, shout throught hand;  S.B. McCully, severe in shoulder:
W.N. Stewart, from explosion.

Missing:
Orderly Sergeant, James B. Tate, 5th Sergt.  J.C. McCarter,
Privates ; Hugh Brandon, William Clark, S.T. Davidson, J.T. Garrison, J.M. Jackson, wounded J.A. Matthews, J.M. Wright.
by J.F. Johnston, Lieut. Comd'g Co. H, 18th SC Vol.

-Courtesy Louise Pettus, Editor, The Quarterly, York County Genealogical & Historical Society.

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Battle Links for the 18th:
Malvern Hill Report of Colonel Wallace
Rappahannock Station VA
Battle of 2nd Manassas Report of W.H. Wallace
The Battle of 2nd Bull Run (2nd Manassas) Official Records
South Mountain AKA Boonsboro MD
Sharpsburg MD
Antietam AKA Sharpsburg Official Records
Battle of Antietam AKA Sharpsburg
Antietam AKA Sharpsburg MD
Kinston/Goldsboro NC
Jackson, MS
Hewlett's Farm/Ware Bottom Church VA
The Richmond Campaign Report of Brig.General Wallace
Battle of the Crater
The Siege of Petersburg
Fort Steadman
Lewis Farm VA
Five Forks VA
Saylor's Creek VA
Appomattox Campaign Wallace's Report
Appomattox Court House Virginia
Paroling the Army of Northern Virginia
South Carolina Infantry Units
South Carolina in the Civil War Homepage

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