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5th Infantry, South Carolina Volunteers
Company B, E, F & G
Casualties at Chaffin's Farm, 1864

The Yorkville Enquirer, Oct. 12, 1864, reported the killed and wounded from York County at the battle near Chaffin's Farm in Virginia on September 30, 1864.

Field and staff:
Wounded: Colonel Asbury Coward
, Slight

Company B, Killed:
Garrison, J.V.
Stevenson, T.J.

Company B, Wounded:
Ashford, J.H
., Sgt., severe
Brandon, J.C., Sgt., severe (DOW 11/18/1864)
Black, J.P., Cpl., slight
Childers, John, slightly in foot
Patrick, G.A., Captain, contusion

Company E, Wounded:
Childers, James
, severe
Isom, W.A., slight
Kidd, W.H. Cpl., slight
Lowry, James, severe
McConnell, J.D., Lieut., slight
Moore, Benjamin, severe
Sweat, S.C., Cpl., wounded and missing. (KIA 9/30/1864)

Company F, Wounded:
Barber, J.R.
, slight
Hagins, Randolph A., severe
Harvey, D.J., severe
Horney, D.J., slight
Mintz, C.H., slight

Company G, Wounded:
Holmes, J.
, slight
Hullender, W.C., slight
McCarter, A.J., slight
Pursley, J.T., severe

Courtsey of Louise Pettus,York County Genealogical & Historical Society, P.O. Box 3061CRS, Rock Hill SC 29732

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