(1835 - 1906)
Home State: South Carolina
Command Billet: Company Commander
Branch of Service: Infantry
From Marion, he had fought in "Bloody Kansas" (1856-57), briefly studied the law, and was employed at the US Department of the Interior in Washington until shortly after South Carolina went out of the Union in December 1860. He was appointed Assistant Quartermaster at the rank of Captain serving around Charleston until the fall of Fort Sumter. He then enlisted as Private in Company I of the 8th South Carolina Infantry, seeing action at First Manassas. He was elected 2nd Lieutenant of his Company in October 1861, and Captain in the reorganization of April 1862.
On the Campaign
He was wounded - shot through both legs - on Maryland Heights at Harpers Ferry on 15 September while carrying the colors.
The rest of the War
He continued in service with his Company, wounded again at Gettysburg (July 1863) and at Bean's Station in December.
After the War
After the War he was a "bachelor and professional farmer" at his plantation near Little Rock, SC.
References & notes
06/19/1835; Marion County, SC
01/31/1906 Tampa, FL; burial in Harllee Cemetery, Dillion County, SC