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Taylor, Susie King
Reminiscences of my life in camp

- APPENDIX

APPENDIX

ROSTER OF SURVIVORS OF THIRTY-THIRD
UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS

The following are the names of officers and men as near as I have been able to reach.

Colonel T. W. Higginson.
Lieut.-Col. C. T. Trowbridge.

Company A.

Capt. Charles E. Parker,

Lieut. John A. Trow-bridge,

Lieut. J. B. West,

O.-Sergt. Joseph Holden,

1st Sergt.--Hattent,

2d Sergt. Wm. Jackson,

Thomas Smith,

George Green,

Manly Gater,

Paul Jones,

Sancho Jenkins,

London Bailey,

Edmund Mack,

Andrew Perry,

Morris Williams,

James Dorsen,

Abel Haywood.

Company B.

Capt. Wm. James,

O.-Sergt. Bob Bowling,

2d Sergt. Nathan Hagans,

3d Sergt. Cato Wright,

4th Sergt. Frederick Parker,

5th Sergt. Wm. Simmons,

Corp. Monday Stewart,

Corp. Allick Seymore,

Corp. Lazarus Fields,

Corp. Boson Green,

Corp. Steven Wright,

Corp. Carolina Hagans,

Corp. Richard Robinson,

David Hall,

Edward Houston,

Smart Givins,

John Mills,

Jacob Riley,

Frederick Procter,

Benj. Gordon,

Benj. Mason,

Sabe Natteal,

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Joseph Noyels,

Benj. Mackwell,

Thos. Hernandes,

Israel Choen,

Steplight Gordon,

Chas. Talbert,

Isaac Jenkins,

Morris Polite,

Robert Freeman,

Jacob Watson,

Benj. Managualt,

Richard Adams,

Mingo Singleton,

Toney Chapman,

Jos. Knowell,

Benj. Gardner.

Company C.

Capt. A. W. Jackson,

2d Sergt. Billy Milton,

Corp. Peter Waggall,

Corp. Henry Abrams,

Martin Dickson, Drummer,

Roddrick Langs, Fifer,

Joseph Smith,

Solomon Major,

John Brown,

Bram Strowbridge,

Robert Trewell,

Jerry Fields,

Paul Fields,

William Johnson,

Bram Stoved,

Robert Mack,

Samuel Mack,

Jack Mack,

Simon Gatson,

Bob Bolden,

James Long,

O.-S. Frederick Brown.

Company D.

Sergt. Isaiah Brown,

Luke Wright,

Dick Haywood,

Stephen Murrel,

Jos. Halsley,

Nathan Hazeby,

O.-Sergt. Robert Godwen,

Peter Johnson,

Csar Johnson,

Sampson Cuthbert.

Company E.

Capt. N. G. Parker,

Corp. Jack Sallens,

Quaker Green,

Abram Fuller,

Levan Watkins,

Peter Chisholm,

Scipio Haywood,

Paul King,

Richard Howard,

Esau Kellison,

Chas. Armstrong,

Washington Demry,

Benj. King,

Luke Harris,

William Cummings.

Company F.

Capt. John Thompson,

Sergt. Robert Vandross,

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Sergt. Csar Alston,

2d Sergt. Moses Green,

Corp. Samuel Mack,

Edmund Washington,

Isaac Jenkins,

Chas. Seymore,

Frank Grayson,

Bristow Eddy,

Abram Fields,

Joseph Richardson,

James Brown,

Frederick Tripp,

Frost Coleman,

Paul Coleman,

Robert Edward,

Milton Edward.

Company G.

Capt. L. W. Metcalf,

Sergt. T. W. Long,

Corp. Prince Logan,

Corp. Mark Clark,

Corp. James Ash,

Corp. Henry Hamilton,

Roddrick Long,

Benjamin Turner,

David Wanton,

Benjamin Martin,

John Ryals,

Charles Williams,

Hogarth Williams,

Benjamin Wright,

Henry Harker.

Company H.

Capt. W. W. Sampson,

1st Sergt. Jacob Jones,

2d Sergt. Thomas Fields,

Corp. A. Brown,

Corp. Emmanuel Washington,

Jackson Danner,

Joseph Wright,

Phillips Brown,

Luke Harris,

Lazarus Aikens,

Jonah Aikens,

Jacob Jones,

Thomas Howard,

William Williams,

Jack Parker,

Jack Ladson,

Poll McKee,

Lucius Baker.

Company I.

2d Sergt. Daniel Spaulding,

Corp. Uandickpe,

Corp. Floward,

Corp. Thompson.

Company K.

O.-Sergt. Harry Williams,

2d Sergt. Billy Coleman,

3d Sergt. Csar Oston,

Jacob Lance,

Jack Burns,

Wm. McLean,

Geo. Washington,

David Wright,

Jerry Mitchell,

Jackson Green,

David Putnam,

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B. Lance,

Ward McKen,

Edmond Cloud,

Chance Mitchel,

Leon Simmons,

Prince White,

Stephen Jenkins.

Quarter-Master Harry West.
Quarter-Master's Sergt., Edward Colvin.

A LIST OF THE BATTLES FOUGHT BY THE THIRTY-THIRD U. S. COLORED TROOPS, FORMERLY FIRST S. C. VOLUNTEERS.

Darien, Ga., and Ridge... 1862

St. Mary's River and Hundred Pines .. 1862

Pocotaligo Bridge 1

(1) Many prisoners and stores captured. ... 1862

Jacksonville, Fla... 1863

Township... 1863

Mill Town Bluff 2

(2) Four prisoners captured. ... 1863

Hall Island... 1863

Johns Island... 1863

Coosaw River... 1863

Combahee and Edisto 3

(3) 300 prisoners captured. ... 1863

James Island 4

(4) Fort Gregg captured. ... 1864

Honey Hill... 1864


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