(1822 - 1872)
Home State: South Carolina
Branch of Service: Staff
He was a machinist in Charleston, and he enlisted as Private, Battery C (Walter's), Washington Light Artillery on 1 June 1861. He was appointed 2nd Lieutenant, date not given. He was assigned as acting Ordnance Officer to the Brigade in January 1862, and commissioned First Lieutenant and Ordnance Officer 1 May 1862.
On the Campaign
From General Evans' Report:
To my general and personal staff I am much indebted for their bravery and fidelity in carrying my orders. Captain T. D. Eason, ordnance officer; Captain A. L. Evans, assistant adjutant-general, [and] First Lieutenant samuel J. Corrie, aide-de-camp, were often under heavy fire and executed their several duties with intrepidity.
The rest of the War
He resigned 27 October 1862 to return to his trade in Charleston. He served again, as volunteer aide-de-camp to General Ripley in July 1863.
After the War
He was a millwright and machinist in Charleston, SC.
10/09/1822; Charleston, SC
12/27/1872 Charleston, SC; burial in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC