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Sixteenth
South Carolina
C.S.A.
"The Garden of Stone"

"This Hallowed Ground"

Section Five
Sixteenth
South Carolina
C.S.A.



Emblems of Southern Valor, The Battle Flags of the Confederacy Joseph H. Crute, Jr. Illustrations by Roland N. Stock ISBN# 1-56013-001-6.



Springwood Cemetery, Greenville, South Carolina



C.M. Furman, Born 1840, Died 1934, (Service of Record, Captain, Company H)
Lt. J.L. Hawkins, Company A, 16th S.C.V., (Service of Record, Lt., Company A)
C.A. Parkins, Born 5/31/31, Died 1/16/10, (Service of Record, Captain, Company B)



P.D. Gilreath, Company F, Sixteenth South Carolina, Born July 9, 1836, Died Jan. 28, 1912, (Service of Record, Captain Company F, Sixteenth S.C. and Butler's Cavalry)
W.W. Goodwin, Company I, 16th S.C.V. (Service of Record, Private, Company I)
Daniel Henderson, Company K, 16th S.C.V. (Service of Record, None)



Washington Henderson, Company K, 16th S.C.V. (Service of Record, Probably W.E. Henderson, Private, Company K)
J.T. Higgins, Company A, 16th S.C.V. (Probably Theodore Higgins, Died of Illness, Private, Company A)
George Maloy Born -----, Died Jan. 8, 1862, A member of the the 16th Regiment, (Service of Record, Probably George Malloy, Private, Company A, Died of Illness, Charleston, S.C.)



Peter Reynolds, Company A, 16th S.C.V. (Service of Record, Private, Company A)
Confederate Unknown
E. Manning Smith, 3/16/46 to 12/3/13, Company F, Sixteenth South Carolina, Hampton's Legion, (Service of Record, Private, Company F)



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