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

"This Hallowed Ground"

Section Six
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.



Clear Springs Baptist Church, Simpsonville, S.C.



J.M.H. Jones, 12/15/29, 11/26/02, (Service of Record, Corporal, Company I
Beny B. Garrett, 12/08/27, 3/16/82, (Service of Record, Private, Company A and I)
W. Jasper Fowler, 11/12/37, 9/18/82, (Service of Record, Private, Company I



J.M. Howard, Apr. 1, 1821, Jun 24, 1896. (Service of Record, Lt., Company I)
Anthony White, 1831, Killed in the Battle of Atlanta, 8/7/64, (Record of Service, Lt. Company I)
Wm. McCrary, 2/9/38/, 2/28/15, (Service of Record, Private, Company I)



James Richards, 1826, 1862, (Service of Record, Private, Company I)
J.S. Thackston, 1838, 1910, (Service of Record, Private, Company I)
Daughter of H.G. Vaughn who was killed in defense of his country, Franklin, Tn. (Service of H.G. Vaughn, Sergeant, Company I)



Thomas Goldsmith Jr. 1826-1880
Thomas Goldsmith Sr., (Service of Record, Lt., Company I
William Goldsmith
(Service of Record, Private, Company A)



T.R. League, 1846-1917, (Service of Record, Private, Company A)
Joshua League, (Service of Record, Private, Company A and C)
J.G. Baldwin, April 26, 1827, October 21, 1863, (Service of Record, Private, Company I)



Thomas W. Cely, Died of Wounds, Franklin, Tn. Body resides at McGavock Cemetery, Franklin, Tenn. Service of Record, Company C. Born 12/10/24, Died 12/24/64



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