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South Carolina Legions
Hampton Legion

One flag survives in the Confederate Relic Room, Columbia, South Carolina
Another is mentioned and well described, and the following company flags survive. Claremont Rifles, Confederate Relic Room, German Volunteers, Confederate Museum, Charleston. From the Mounted unit the flags of the Edgefield Hussars, Red Shirt Shrine and Beaufort District Troop, Confederate Relic Room are given. The Washington Light Infantry, German Volunteers, and S.C. Zouave Volunteers flags are also covered. From the
Dedmondt, Glenn, The Flags of Civil War South Carolina, ISBN NUMBER 1-56554-696-2


Citadel Flag by Marilyn

South Carolina Legions
Hampton Legion

(COMMANDING OFFICERS)

LT. GENERAL WADE HAMPTON (Legion)
Wounded First Manassas
Promoted Brigadier General (5/23/62)
Wounded Gettysburg
Promoted Major General (8/3/63)
Promoted Lt. General (2/15/65)

MAJOR GENERAL MATTHEW BUTLER (Mounted)
Promoted Colonel, Second S.C. Cavalry (8/62)
Lost Right Foot (6/63)
Promoted Brigadier General (9/1/63)
Promoted Major General (9/19/64)

BRIGADIER GENERAL M. GARY (Infantry)
Promoted Brigadier General (5/19/64)

BRIGADIER GENERAL T.M. LOGAN (Infantry)
Wounded during the Seven Days Battles
Promoted to Brigadier General (2/65)


LT. COLONELS

B.J. JOHNSON
(Killed in Action 6/12/61)
First Manassas

J.B. GRIFFIN
Lt. Colonel (6/21/61)
Injured by Lightning (10/61)
Dropped at Reorganzation

BRIGADIER GENERAL MARTIN GARY
See Above

R.B. ARNOLD
Lt. Col. (5/19/64)
Surrendered the unit at Appomattox.


MAJORS

LT. GENERAL STEPHEN D. LEE (Artillery)
Promoted to Brigadier General (11/06/62)
Promoted to Major General (8/3/63)
Promoted to Lt. General (6/23/64)

MAJOR GENERAL M.C. BUTLER (Mounted)
See Above

BRIGADIER GENERAL JAMES CONNER (Infantry)
Promoted to Colonel, 22nd N.C. following Seven Pines
Wounded in leg, Seven Days Battle
Promoted to Brigadier General (6/1/64)
Wounded in leg, Cedar Creek

BRIGADIER GENERAL MARTIN W. GARY (Infantry)
See Above

J.B. GRIFFIN
See Above

J. HARVEY DINGLE
Killed in Action at Sharpsburg, with the Legion flag in his hand.

R.B. ARNOLD
See Above

B.E. NICHOLSON
Wounded at First Manassas and Darbytown Road
Paroled at Augusta, Ga.

Staff:
T.G. Barker (Adj.)
T.C. Beggs (Capt. Comsy.)
J.S. Buist (Capt. Asst. Surg.)
J.T. Darby (Major/Surg.)
C.L. Goodwyn (AQM)
W.P. Green (Asst. Surg.)
S.L. Hammond (Lt.)
Richard Johnson (Capt.)
W.B. Johnson (Chap.)
B.W. Taylor (Capt. Asst. Surg.)
W. Taylor (Asst. Surg.)

Companies (Dismounted or Infantry)
CoCaptainCountyNickname
AJAMES CONNOR (Capt./Major) CHARLESTONWASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
.E.A. THOMAS (Capt.)..
.T. Klinck (1Lt.)..
.James Lowndes (1Lt.)..
.James McElroy (1Lt.)..
. W.E. O'Connor (1Lt.)..
. T.C. Albergottie(2Lt.)..
.Wm. A Dotterer (2Lt.)..
.J.P. Gibbs (2Lt.)..
. W.A. Henning(2Lt.)..
. R. Roy (2Lt.)..
.Joel Copes (3Lt.)..
.C.P. Lacoste (Lt.)..
.C.P. Porcher (Cadet)..
.J.H. Ancrum Jr. (Sgt. Major)..
.F.P. Hughes (Sgt. Major)..
BM.W. GARY (Capt./Col.)EDGEFIELDWATSON GUARDS
.B.E. NICHOLSON (Capt./Col.) ..
.R. A. TOMPKINS (Capt.)..
.R. W. TOMPKINS (Capt.)..
.L.A. Tulley (1Lt.)..
. A.D. Bates (2Lt.)..
. B.J. Bouknight (2Lt.)..
. W.D. Jennings (2Lt.)..
.T.P. Harman (3Lt.)..
.B.W. Ball (Lt.Adj.)..
CWM.T LESESNE (Capt.) CLARENDONMANNING GUARDS
.G.A. HUGGINS (Capt.) ..
.J.K.M. JAMES (Capt.) ..
.BROWN MANNING (Capt.) ..
.R.S. Campbell (1Lt.)..
.J.H. Dingle Jr. (1Lt.)..
.H.L. Benbow (2Lt.)..
.J.R. Haynsworth (2Lt.)..
.J.D. Kelly (2Lt.)..
.W.D. Witherspoon (2Lt.)..
.S.J. Gallard (Sgt. Major)..
.R.L. Bilups (1Sgt.)..
.A.E. Darby (1Sgt.)..
.W.J. Hammet (1Sgt.)..
D*W.H. AUSTIN (Capt.) (Capt.) ANDERSONGIST RIFLES
.E.B. BOWEN (Capt.) ..
.J.K. McNEELY (Capt.) ..
.H.J. SMITH (Capt.) ..
. R.R. Hudgens(1Lt.)..
. A.J. Stringer (1Lt.)..
.E.H. Acker (2Lt.)..
.J.T. Donaldson (2Lt.)..
.W.S. Smith (2Lt.)..
.N.O. Farmer (Lt.)..
.J.C. Bruce (1Sgt.)..
ET.S. ADAMS (Capt.) GREENVILLEBOZEMAN GUARDS
.R.B. ARNOLD (Capt./Lt. Col.) ..
.T.L. BOZEMAN (Capt.) ..
.W.A.B. DAVENPORT (Capt.) ..
.J.T. Stenhouse (1Lt.)..
.T.P. Baker (2Lt.)..
. O.P. Howard (2Lt.)..
. J.R. Huff (2Lt.)..
.M.W. Thompson (2Lt.)..
.Joel Copes (3Lt.)..
.J.J. Bozeman (Asst. Surg.)..
.J.S. Hammond (1Sgt.)..
.L.E. Parler (1Sgt.)..
FJ.S. Austin (Capt.) ANDERSON/GREENVILLEDAVIS GUARDS
.W.L.M. Austin (Capt.)..
.W.B. Charles (Capt.)..
.W.W. Tarrant (Capt.)..
.J.W. Austin (1Lt.)..
.Jeremiah Cleveland (1Lt.)..
.B.P. Morgan (2Lt.)..
.Robert Thomason (2Lt.)..
.Wm P. Grisham (3Lt.)..
.D.W. Yeargin (Lt.)..
.P.A. Ashmore (1Sgt)..
GE.S. Carson (Capt.)SUMTERCLARMONT RIFLES
.W.B. Councill (Capt.)..
.Isham Moore (Capt.)..
.J.G. Spann (Capt.)..
.T.W. Bracy (1Lt.)..
.J.J. Exum (1Lt.)..
.J.A. McEachern (2Lt.)..
.John Moore (2Lt.)..
.D. Zimmerman (2Lt.)..
.M.C. Sanders (1Sgt)..
HL.C. McCord (Capt.)STATEWIDE/ORANGEBURGS.C. ZOUVES
.J.D. Palmer (Capt.)..
.T.A.G. Clark (1Lt.)..
.W.G. Gardner (1Lt.)..
.S.E. Welch (1Lt.)..
.A.M. Snider (2Lt.)..
.S.L. Hammond (Lt.)..
.H.C. Arant (1Sgt.)..
ID.L. Hall (Capt.)FROM THE OLD FOURTHAFTER SHARPSBURG
.J.F. Goodlett (1Lt.)..
.Wm. Jones (1Lt.)..
.J.B. Ligon (1Lt.)..
KJ.H. Bowen (Capt.)FROM THE OLD FOURTHAFTER SHARPSBURG
.W.T. Field (1Lt.)..
.B.F. Mullikin (1Lt.)..
.J.H. Goodlett (2Lt.)..
.G.M. Williams (3Lt.)..
.C.P. Porcher (Cadet)..
.Ranson Foster (1Sgt)..


Companies (MOUNTED SECTION)
CoCaptainCountyNickname
AM.C. BUTLEREDGEFIELDEDGEFIELD HUSSARS
BJ.F. LANNEAUGREENVILLE
CT.E. SCREVENBEAUFORTBEAUFORT DETACHMENT/BEAUFORT DRAGOONS
D*JOHN MEIGHANCOLUMBIACONGAREE MOUNTED RIFLEMEN


*Well's biography of Hampton lists McFie as having an orginal company of the Hampton Legion Mounted Unit, as well as Meighan. This unit is seen designated both B and D.


Companies (MOUNTED SECTION)
CoCaptainCountyNickname
AJ.J. Bunch (Capt.)EDGEFIELD EDGEFIELD HUSSARS
.M.C. Butler (Capt./Major) (Capt.)..
.J.D. Crafton (1Lt.)..
.Tillman Clark (2Lt.)..
.J.M. Lanham (Bvt2Lt.)..
.T.W. Glover (1Sgt.)..
.J.M. Wise (1Sgt.)..
BJ.F. Lanneau (Capt.)GREENVILLE/FURMAN UNIVERSITYBROOK'S TROOP/UNIVERSITY RIFLEMEN
.Leonard Williams (Capt.)..
.W.H. Perry (1Lt.)..
.Wm. F. Prince (2Lt.)..
.E.T. Stokes (2Lt.)..
.P.B. Williams (Bvt.2Lt.)..
.J.P. Moore (Bvt.2Lt.)..
.Absolum Blythe (1Sgt)..
CT.E. Screven (Capt.)BEAUFORTBEAUFORT DISTRICT TROOP
.John Ferebee (1Lt.)..
.W.W. Broughton (2Lt.)..
.H.W. Moore (Asst. Surg.)..
.O.P. Law (1Sgt)..
DTHOMAS TAYLORRICHLANDCONGAREE TROOP/RICHLAND TROOP
.C.R. Bryce (1Lt.)..
.J.P. McFie (1Lt.)..
.John Sondley (2Lt.)..
.W.H. Taylor (2Lt.)..
.J.G. Harlan (1Sgt)..


Artillery Detachment

Major Stephen D. Lee commanded both batteries of the Hampton Legion after Bachman's Battery joins the Legion in Virginia. As too how long these units were together, I do not know.

Company A-Washington Light Artillery or Washington Artillery Vols.-Charleston-Stephen D. Lee-This unit will become Hart's Battery.

Company B-The German Volunteers-Bachman's Battery-Charleston-Wm. K. Bachman-will be known as Bachman's Battery.


Hampton Legion Artillery, Company A Officers
.S.D. Lee (Capt./Major)..
.W.R. Marshall (1Lt.)..
.S.G. Horsey (1Lt.)..
.P.H. Hitchinson (2Lt.)..


Hampton Legion Artillery, Company B Officers
.W.K. Bachman (Capt.)..
.Rudolph Siegling (1Lt.)..
.James Simmons Jr. (1Lt.)..
.H.A. Wagener (2Lt.)..


Lee's Battery Officers
.Stephen D. Lee (Capt.)..
.W.F. Barnwell (1Lt.)..
.Benjamin Sloan (1Lt.)..
.J.G. Blount (1Lt.)..
.T.B. Hayne (2Lt.)..
.J.A Keith (1Lt.)..


Bachman's Battery Officers
.Wm. K. Bachman (Capt.)..
.Rudolph Siegling (1Lt.)..
.James Simmons Jr. (1Lt.)..
.Wm. Schwers (2Lt.)..
.Ernst Schmacher (Guidon)..


For Additional Reading:

Crosland Charles: Reminiscences of the Sixties, 1910

Douglas, David, D.: The Civil War Letters of Captain Leonard Williams, Brooks Troop, Hampton Legion, Company K, Second South Carolina Cavalry

FIELD, RON: The Hampton Legion, Part I

FIELD, RON: The Hampton Legion, Part II

Moore, H.W.: Chained to Virginia, While Carolina Bleeds, The Civil War Correspondence of H.W. Moore and J.W. Moore

PRIEST, JOHN MICHAEL: Stephen Elliott Welch of the Hampton Legion

U.D.C., Charleston: For Love of a Rebel, The Georgetown Units

WALDEN, A.G.: Confederate War Diary of John T. Gaston
Wellman, Manley: Giant in Gray

*PARTIAL ROSTER

VANDIVER, L.A., HISTORY OF ANDERSON COUNTY

U.D.C.:Recollections and Reminiscences 1861-65:
Individuals:
Ackee, E.H., Hampton Legion Infantry, Vol. 6, page 384-389
Acker, William Acker, Company D, Hampton Legion Infantry, Vol. 7, page 245, U.D.C.
Adams, J.S. Adams, Hampton Legion, Vol. 8, page 282, U.D.C.
Albergotti, Reminiscences of T.C. Albergotti, Company A, Hampton Legion Vol. 10, page 56, U.D.C.
Bouknight, Benjamin, Co B, Hampton Legion, Vol. 2, page 526
Brice, Letters Brice Family, T.W. Brice, Hampton Legion, Sixth S.C.V., Brice, J.M., Sixth S.C.V., Vol. 7, page 396, U.D.C.
Campbell, A.P. (Three listings, Hampton Legion, Captain Co. G, Eighteenth SCV., Surgeon, Eighteenth Infantry), Vol. 6, page 8, UDC
Coxe, John, Davis Guard, Hampton Legion Infantry, Vol. 5, page 180
Dorn, J.R., Co B, Hampton Legion, Vol. 2, page 539
Field, W.T., Lt., Letters, Hampton Legion, Co. K/Co. C, 13th Battalion, Vol. Page 321-333
Gary, Martin, Hampton Legion Inf., Vol. 3, page 347
Gary, Martin, Letter, Seventh Cav., Hampton Legion Inf., Vol. 3, page 404
Herlong, V.A., Com B, Hampton Legion, Vol. 3, page 192
Nicholson, B.E. Nicholson, Hampton Legion, Vol. 7, page 221 & 222 U.D.C.
Nicholson, B.E., Hampton Legion Inf., Vol. 3, page 345
Poag, Leroy Davis, Hampton Legion Cav., Co D, Co. H, 2nd SC Cav., Vol. 5, page 532
Porter, P.A., Company I, Hampton Legion, Vol. 5, page 476
Rush, D.H. Rush, Hampton Legion, Hagood’s First, Vol. 8, page 45, U.D.C.
Thomas, E.A., Hampton Legion Inf., Vol. 3, page 345
Traylor, G.W. Traylor, Company A, Fourth SCV, Thirteenth Battalion, Hampton Legion, Company I, Vol. 6, page 183, UDC
Walton, W.F. Co B, Hampton Legion, Vol. 3, page 250
Walton, W.T, Co B, Hampton Legion Inf., Vol. 3, page 252
Walton, W.T., Co B, Hampton Legion Inf., Vol. 3, page 258
Walton, W.T., Company B, Hampton Legion, Vol. 5, page 253
Washington, Dan, Hampton Legion Artillery, Washington Light Artillery, Hart’s Battery, Slave Account, Washington was wounded. Vol. 4, page 592
Whetstone, Wm Whetstone, Washington Artillery, Hampton Legion, Wm. Gilmore Sims, Vol. 9, page 191, U.D.C.
Witherspoon, Letter, W.V. Witherspoon, Hampton Legion, Vol. 7, page 413, U.D.C.
Zimmerman, Dan, Hagood’s First, 20th SCV, Hampton Legion, Vol. 5, page
Rosters and Other:
Roster, Gist Rifles, Company D, Hampton Legion (Infantry), Vol. 7, page 265, U.D.C. Roster, Gist rifles, Williamston, S.C. Minutemen (Hampton Legion), Vol. 5, page 550 Roster, Gist Rifles, Co. D, Hampton Legion, Vol. 5, page 582


The following applies to the Second S.C. Cav., with some few notes on the Hampton Legion.


Co. A, The second Captain listed as A.B. Boykin is incorrect, it was Alexander H. Boykin and his unit was also called the Boykin Rangers but not the "Boykin Mounted Rangers".

Co. B, Thomas E. Screven commanded the Beaufort District Troop, not to my knowledge ever referred to as the "Beaufort Detachment"

Co. C, The second Captain's name listed is misspelled, it is Meighan not "Mieghan". The first Captain was actually Thomas Taylor, the troop was previously designated as Co. D of the Hampton Legion cavalry battalion. The name "Hampton Detachment" as mentioned is really not correct. I have never heard them referred to as "Congaree Mounted Riflemen" just as the Congaree Troop.

Co. E, In case you are interested in first names, it was Alvin H. Dean

Co. F, William K. Easley was succeeded as Captain by John Westfield

Co. H, The Captain was James P. McFie not J.E. McFie

Co K, John F. Lanneau commanded the Brooks Troop (which was originally an infantry unit known as the "University Riflemen" of Furman). The were designated as Co. B of the Hampton Legion cavalry battalion.

With reference to Co.s B, C, I, and K, I would suggest listing their nicknames as "(Beaufort District Troop/Congaree Troop/Edgefield Hussars/Brooks Troop), (Co. C/Co. D/Co. A/Co. B), Hampton Legion Cavalry Battalion"

For additional reading I would also recommend:

Boykin, Richard - Captain Alexander Hamilton Boykin

Wells, Edward - Hampton and His Cavalry in '64

Griffin, James B.: A Gentleman And An Officer: A Military and Social History of J.B. Griffin's Civil War, edited by McArthur and Burton

Contact Ron who was kind enough to provide the above information on the Second S.C. Cav. and the Hampton Legion


Hampton Legion Infantry, Battles and Stations
DateBattle or CityLocationCommanding OfficerBrigadeDivisionCorps
7/21/61First Manassas.Col. Wade Hampton/WNot Attached..
. .. Lt. Col. Johnson/K ...
...Captain James Conner...
...Captain Mattew Gary...
4-5/62Yorktown.Col. Wade Hampton...
5/7/62Eltham's Landing.Col. Wade Hampton...
10/22/61 Reorganization . Lt. Col. GriffinGeneral Wade Hampton (Fourth Brigade)Major General Earl Van Dorn (First Division).
11/21/61 Reorganization .Lt. Col. GriffinGeneral Wade Hampton (Second Brigade)General W.H.C. Whiting’s Division.
5/31/62Seven Pines. Lt. Col. Martin GaryHood’s Brigade Whiting’s Division .
...Major J.H. Dingle...
6/25/62Legion Divided Formally.Lt. Col. Martin GaryHood’s BrigadeWhiting’s DivisionJackson’s Corps
6/27/62Gaines Mill.Lt. Col. Martin GaryHood’s BrigadeWhiting’s Division.
08/29-08/30-62Second Manassas.Lt. Col. Martin GaryWofford’s BrigadeHood’s DivisionLongstreet’s Corps
09/14/62Boonsboro.Lt. Col. Martin GaryWofford’s BrigadeHood’s DivisionLongstreet’s Corps
09/15/62SharpsburgDunker’s Church (Cornfield)Lt. Col Martin GaryWofford’s Brigade Hood’s Division Longstreet’s Corps
11/06/62Joined by two companies of Fourth Regt. Moves to Jenkin’s Brigade.Lt. Col Martin GaryJenkin’s Brigade Pickett’s Division Longsteet’s Corps
12/13/62FredericksburgMayre Heights Lt. Col. Martin Gary Jenkin’s Brigade Pickett’s Division Longstreet’s Corps
4/10-5/3-63Suffolk, Va.Detached with Longstreet in Va.Lt. Col Martin GaryJenkin’s BrigadeFrench’s DivisionLongstreet’s Corps
7/1-7/3GettysburgDetached in VirginiaCol. Martin GaryJenkins BrigadePickett’s DivisionLongstreet’s Corps
10/28-10/29-63Wauhatchie.Lt. Col. H. DingleJenkins Brigade..
11/12-63Knoxville.Lt. Col. H. DingleJenkins Brigade..
Late 63, Following Longstreet’s return to Virginia Detached to South Carolina to be Mounted.....
6/64Mounted and Returned to Virginia.Col. Thomas Logan Gary’s Brigade .Department of Richmond, General Richard Ewell
6/64-4/65Petersburg Siege.Col. Thomas LoganGary’s Brigade..
9/20/64Roper’s Farm.Col. Thomas LoganGary's Brigade..
9/29/64New Market Heights.Col. Thomas LoganGary's Brigade..
9/30/64Roper's Farm.Col Thomas Logan/WGary's Brigade..
4/6/65Saylor’s Creek.Lt. Col. R.B. ArnoldGary's Brigade..
4/9/65Appomattox.Lt. Col R.B. ArnoldGary's Brigade..


Hampton Legion Infantry, Organization in 1861and early 1862
CompanyCaptain or Command OfficerLocationNicknameDate Joined
1/AMartin GaryEdgefieldWatson GuardInception
2/BBrown ManningClardendonManning GuardInception
3/CH.J. SmithAndersonGist RiflemenInception
4/DW.L. AustinGreenvilleDavis GuardsInception
5/ET. LoganCharlestonWashington Light InfantryInception
6/FR.B. ArnoldGreenvilleBozeman GuardInception
GJ.G. SpannSumterClarmont Rifles6/26/61
H*Wm. BachmanCharlestonGerman Vols. 6/26/61
HL.C. McCordStatewideS.C. Zouaves7/29/62


* Company H becomes Company B of the Artillery under command of Major Stephen D. Lee. Eventually Company B., Artillery, Hampton Legion will become the German or Bachman’s Battery (See Artillery). Both units will have distinguished service with the Army of Northern Virginia.


Hampton Legion Infantry, Organization in late 1862
Colonel Martin Gary
Major Thomas Logan
ACapt. E.A. ThomasCharlestonWashington Light InfantryInception
BLt. R.A. Tompkins EdgefieldWatson GuardsInception
CCapt. Wm. T. LesesneClardendonManning GuardsInception
DCapt. E.B. BowenAndersonGist RiflesInception
ELt. Wm. A. DevenportGreenvilleBozeman GuardInception
FCapt. J.S. AustinGreenville Davis GuardInception
GCapt Isham MooreSumterClaremont Rifles7/62
HLt. W.G. GardnerStatewide (Orangeburg)S.C. Zouaves7/62
ICapt. D.L. HallOld Fourth/Thirteenth BattalionAbsorbed by LegionAfter Sharpsburg, 9/62
KCapt. J.H. BowenOld Fourth/Thirteenth BattalionAbsorbed by LegionAfter Sharpsburg, 9/62


Hampton Legion Infantry, Organization in early 1964
Colonel Thomas Logan
Wounded 10/64
Lt. Col. R.B. Arnold
AE.A. Thomas Charleston Washington Light Infantry
BB.E. Nicholson Edgefield Watson Mounted Guard
CWm. T. Lesesne Clarendon Manning Guard
DJ.K. McNeely Anderson Gist Rifles
EWm. A.B. Devenport Greenville Bozeman Guard
FWm B. Charles Greenville Davis Guard
GE.S. CarsonSumterClaremont Rifles
HW.G. GardnerStatewide (Orangeburg)S.C. Zouave Vols.
ID.L. HallOld Fourth/Thirteenth BattalionAbsorbed by Legion Inf.
KJ.H. BowenOld Fourth/Thirteenth BattalionAbsorbed by Legion Inf.


Letters of A.H. Dalton, Davis Guard, Hampton Legion Infantry (Company F) .Army of Northern VirginiaDalton Family PapersUniversity of South Carolina (2001)
Diary of First Lt. William JonesCompany I, Hampton Legion InfantryMarch to June, 1863 - A very well done page by a descendantThanks to Keith Jones for calling it to my attention.
Reunion of Gist GuardsCompany D, Hampton Legion Infantry1883Thanks again to Keith Jones.
William Hayne Perry, Hampton Legion, son of B.F. Perry - mention of Butler Guard and Fourth S.C. early in warArmy of Northern VirginiaUniversity of South Carolina.



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