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1ST SOUTH CAROLINA CAVALRY
COMPANY H
ROBIN JONES CAVALRY
YORK COUNTY, SC

THIS PAGE CONTAINS A ROSTER, RECORD OF EVENTS FROM THE OFFICIAL RECORDS, & LINKS FOR BATTLES INVOLVING THE 1ST. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR ALL INFORMATION.

ROSTER:
Officers:
Jones, Robin A.P. Cadwallader
, Captain, KIA 6/9/1863, Brandy Station VA
Barry, James H., 1st Lt/Captain/Major
White, James W., 2nd Lt/1ST Lt.
Abell, Charles A., 3rd Lt/2nd Lt., retired 10/15/1862
Ratchford, James A., Private/2nd Lt.
Beckham, William H., Private/2nd Lt.

Enlisted men:
Adkins, Jackson
, Private
Bailes, A. B., Private (also shown as Bales,A.B.)
Barron, David, Private
Bigger, Alexander B., Private, DOD 7/15/1863, Mt. Jackson VA
Bigger, Moses A., Sgt/Corporal
Bolch, Alfred, Private/Blacksmith
Boyd, John T., Corporal
Ervin, James, Private
Faries, A.B., Private
Felts, J.S., Private
Ferguson, Abram, Private
Ferguson, W.T., Private
Finley, William G., Private
Gill, James A., Private
Graham, J.R., Sergeant/Pvt
Hall, S.B., Private
Hammond, W.P., Private
Hauser, J.W., Private
Hauser, L.C., Private
Hays, William H., Private
Hope, R.H., Private
Kee, A. Martin, Pvt/1st Sgt.
Kimbrell, Samuel J., Private
Kirkpatrick, H., Private
Lesslie, D.T., Private
Little, William J., Private
McClain, R.B., Private
McCully, A.J., Private
McDonald, J.M., Private
McConald, M.T., Private
McDoll, James, Private
McLain, Rufus, Private
Miller, Benjamin,Private
Mills, Simon M., Corporal/Sgt.
Moore, W.B., Private
Murrey, David N., Private
Nivens, W.H., Private
O’Neal, John, Private
Pankey, John B., Private
Parrish, James A., Private
Parrish, James M., Private
Parrish, John B., Private
Patterson, A.J., Private
Patterson, William F., Private
Pearson, C.M., Private (also served 15 Lucas Battn.)
Perry, Benjamin J., Sergeant
Reid, Jackson C., Private
Roach, John J., Private
Shaw, Robert, Private
Sifford, Michael L., Private
Smith, Alex, Private
Smith, Sidney L., Private
Steele, J.W., Private
Steele, Robert Alexander, Private
Steele, William Daniel, Private
Stewart, James H., Private
Turner, Joseph, Private
Ware, William Harrison, Private, also listed as William H. Were
White, Henry, Servant
White, John James, Private
White, T.F., Private
Whitesides, J.H., Private, buried Old City Cemetery Lynchburg
Williams, Alexander H., Private
Williford, Jesse, Private
Wilson, Matthew Wallace, Private
Wilson, Robert S., Private
Wilson, W.H., Private
Withers, John B., Private


Record of Events from the Official Records of the Rebellion for Company H:

Sept./Oct. 1862 - Stationed at Staunton, VA

Sept. 24, 1862 - Marched from Adams Run, SC to Summerville, SC.

Oct. 1, 1862 - The horses & men left for Staunton, VA.

Oct. 19, 1862 - Men reached Staunton, VA.

Nov./Dec. 1862 - Stationed at Camp Whatley, Culpeper County, VA.

Nov. 1, 1862 - Horses reached Staunton.

Nov. 19/26, 1862 - Removed from Staunton to Camp Whatley.

March/April 1863 - Stationed at Lunenburg County VA.

May 1-Aug. 31, 1863 - Stationed at Stevensburg.

Sept. 13, 1863 - Co. H was engaged in the fight around Culpeper, after which our forces retreated back to Racoon Ford. No one was killed, only one officer & four men were wounded. The effectual force of the company at the time was fifty-five men.

Oct.1/8, 1863 - After that the company was engaged in the fight at Robertson's River. One of our men was wounded & none killed. We then fell back to Rapidan River & remained one night in camp. Since then we attacked & drove the enemy from Culpeper & followed them as far as Warrenton.

Nov. 8, 1863 - The company had a skirmish with the enemy near Stevensburg.

Nov. 10, 1863 - Moved from Culpeper to Orange Court House, then to Louisa Court House.

Nov. 16, 1863 - Had several skirmishes with the enemy on the south side of the Rapidan River commencing about this date. Marched to Caroline County near Hamilton's Crossing, near Fredericksburg. The horses are in bad condition for the want of forage, particularly long forage.

Jan./Feb. 1864 - The regiment has been stationed in camp in Caroline County, VA since last muster. The horses are in bad condition for the want of forage, especially long forage.

March/April 1864 - Stationed at Columbia, SC.

March 20, 1864 - The regiment left VA for the state of SC.

March 31, 1864 - Arrived at camp near Columbia SC.

May/June 1864 - Stationed at James Island, SC.

May 19, 1864 - The regiment left Columbia SC.

May 21, 1864 - Arrived at James Island SC.

July/Dec. 1864 - Sationed at James Island SC.

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