(1822 - 1863)
Home State: South Carolina
Command Billet: Commanding Regiment
Branch of Service: Infantry
After a primary education, he was a school teacher until about 30 years of age, then a farmer. He was a member of the Darlington Riflemen, a local militia Company, rising to be Captain by 1854 or 55. He fought in "Bloody" Kansas 1856-57 and was elected Probate Judge of Douglas County, Kansas, on the pro-slavery side. He was back in South Carolina by the end of 1857.
In April 1861 he took his Company to Charleston, then Florence, where they were mustered into Confederate service as Company A of the 8th South Carolina Infantry. They joined the Army of Northern Virginia in June. At the Army reorganization, in April 1862, Hoole was elected Lieutenant Colonel of the Regiment.
On the Campaign
He relieved Colonel Henagan in command of the Regiment after that offcer was wounded in action on Maryland Heights on the 13th.
The rest of the War
He was killed in action with the 8th at the battle of Chickamauga (GA) in September 1863.
References & notes
Boigraphical details and photograph above from Dickert.1
10/12/1822; Darlington Court House, SC
09/20/1863; Chickamauga, GA; burial in Brunson Graveyard, near Darlington, SC