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The Resource And were the glory of their times : the men who gave their lives in defense of South Carolina in the War for Southern Independence, Artillery, Herbert O. Chambers, III

And were the glory of their times : the men who gave their lives in defense of South Carolina in the War for Southern Independence, Artillery, Herbert O. Chambers, III

Label
And were the glory of their times : the men who gave their lives in defense of South Carolina in the War for Southern Independence, Artillery
Title
And were the glory of their times
Title remainder
the men who gave their lives in defense of South Carolina in the War for Southern Independence
Title part
Artillery
Statement of responsibility
Herbert O. Chambers, III
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"The first volume of a new series of books by Herbert O. Chambers, III containing biographies of South Carolinians who died serving the Confederate States of America. In addition to previously known South Carolina Civil War dead, this volume contains the names of approximately 562 South Carolina soldiers who died in the South Carolina artillery service but have never been listed before in any previous attempts to identify South Carolina's war dead. These additional soldiers do not appear in Broken Fortunes, the previous "bible" of South Carolina's war dead. And Were the Glory of Their Times -- Artillery is a comprehensive work including the names and stories of all the previously known soldiers as well as the new names. Herbert Chambers has researched extensively the South Carolina soldiers lost in the struggle for Southern independence. This series begins with the South Carolina Artillery and will be followed by the South Carolina Cavalry and finish with the South Carolina Infantry men who lost their lives during the Civil War. Combined sources of military service records, census records and family histories provide detailed information on these men." -- http://www.broadfootpublishing.com/home.html
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Cataloging source
SGR
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1947-
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Chambers, Herbert O.
Dewey number
973.76
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • directories
Series statement
South Carolina regimental-roster set
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  • Confederate States of America
  • Soldiers
  • Registers of births, etc.
  • South Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • United States
  • South Carolina
Label
And were the glory of their times : the men who gave their lives in defense of South Carolina in the War for Southern Independence, Artillery, Herbert O. Chambers, III
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 768-805) and index
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
First South Carolina [hereafter, S.C.] Artillery Battalion -- First S.C. Artillery Regiment -- First S.C. Militia Artillery -- Second S.C. Artillery Regiment -- Third S.C. Light Artillery Battalion (Also known as Palmetto Battalion & White's Battalion) -- Manigault's Battalion S.C. Heavy Artillery (Also known as 18th Battalion & S.C. Siege Train Artillery) -- Fifteenth Battalion (Lucas') S.C. Heavy Artillery -- Bachman's S.C. Company German Artillery -- Charleston German Artillery - Formerly Company B, Hampton Legion Artillery) -- Ferguson's S.C. Light Artillery (Beauregard's Battery S.C. Light Artillery) -- Child's Company S.C. Artillery (Became Company C, 15th Battalion Artillery) -- Fickling's - Rhett's S.C. Light Artillery (Brook's S.C. Light Artillery) -- Gaillard's Company S.C. Light Artillery (The Santee Light Artillery) -- Garden's battery S.C. Light Artillery (The Palmetto Light Artillery) -- Gilchrist's S.C. Heavy Artillery (The Gist Guard Artillery) -- Gregg's Battery S.C. Light Artillery - McQueen Artillery (Initially 1st Company C, Manigault's Battalion Artillery) -- Hart's S.C. Artillery Battery - The Washington Artillery (Initially Company A, Hampton Legion Artillery Battalion) -- Jeter's - Boyce's S.C. Light Artillery (The Macbeth Artillery) -- Kanapaux's Battery S.C. Light Artillery (The Lafayette Artillery) -- Kelly's - Coit's Battery S.C. Light Artillery (The Chesterfield Light Artillery) -- Lee's, Captain Stephen Dill Company S.C. Artillery (Subsequently part of Company C, 15th Battalion Artillery) -- Mathewe's Battery S.C. Heavy Artillery (Formerly Bonneau's Company) -- Melcher's Company (Company B) S.C. German Artillery (Formerly Harm's Company 1st SC Militia Artillery) -- Parker's Company S.C. Light Artillery (The Marion Light Artillery) -- Stuart's - Elliott's S.C. Artillery (The Beaufort Artillery) -- Wagener's Company (Company A) S.C. German Artillery (Formerly Werner's Company 1st SC Militia Artillery) -- Walter's Battery S.C. Light Artillery (The Washington Artillery) -- Ward's Battery S.C. Light Artillery (The Waccamaw Artillery) -- McIntosh's - Zimmerman's S.C. Artillery (The Pee Dee Artillery) -- Hampton Legion, Company A S.C. Artillery (Subsequently Bachman's German Artillery) -- Unidentified S.C. Artillery Units (Men who died in unidentified S.C. artillery units)
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
820 pages
Isbn
9781568374345
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • ocn898082702
  • (OCoLC)898082702
Label
And were the glory of their times : the men who gave their lives in defense of South Carolina in the War for Southern Independence, Artillery, Herbert O. Chambers, III
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 768-805) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
First South Carolina [hereafter, S.C.] Artillery Battalion -- First S.C. Artillery Regiment -- First S.C. Militia Artillery -- Second S.C. Artillery Regiment -- Third S.C. Light Artillery Battalion (Also known as Palmetto Battalion & White's Battalion) -- Manigault's Battalion S.C. Heavy Artillery (Also known as 18th Battalion & S.C. Siege Train Artillery) -- Fifteenth Battalion (Lucas') S.C. Heavy Artillery -- Bachman's S.C. Company German Artillery -- Charleston German Artillery - Formerly Company B, Hampton Legion Artillery) -- Ferguson's S.C. Light Artillery (Beauregard's Battery S.C. Light Artillery) -- Child's Company S.C. Artillery (Became Company C, 15th Battalion Artillery) -- Fickling's - Rhett's S.C. Light Artillery (Brook's S.C. Light Artillery) -- Gaillard's Company S.C. Light Artillery (The Santee Light Artillery) -- Garden's battery S.C. Light Artillery (The Palmetto Light Artillery) -- Gilchrist's S.C. Heavy Artillery (The Gist Guard Artillery) -- Gregg's Battery S.C. Light Artillery - McQueen Artillery (Initially 1st Company C, Manigault's Battalion Artillery) -- Hart's S.C. Artillery Battery - The Washington Artillery (Initially Company A, Hampton Legion Artillery Battalion) -- Jeter's - Boyce's S.C. Light Artillery (The Macbeth Artillery) -- Kanapaux's Battery S.C. Light Artillery (The Lafayette Artillery) -- Kelly's - Coit's Battery S.C. Light Artillery (The Chesterfield Light Artillery) -- Lee's, Captain Stephen Dill Company S.C. Artillery (Subsequently part of Company C, 15th Battalion Artillery) -- Mathewe's Battery S.C. Heavy Artillery (Formerly Bonneau's Company) -- Melcher's Company (Company B) S.C. German Artillery (Formerly Harm's Company 1st SC Militia Artillery) -- Parker's Company S.C. Light Artillery (The Marion Light Artillery) -- Stuart's - Elliott's S.C. Artillery (The Beaufort Artillery) -- Wagener's Company (Company A) S.C. German Artillery (Formerly Werner's Company 1st SC Militia Artillery) -- Walter's Battery S.C. Light Artillery (The Washington Artillery) -- Ward's Battery S.C. Light Artillery (The Waccamaw Artillery) -- McIntosh's - Zimmerman's S.C. Artillery (The Pee Dee Artillery) -- Hampton Legion, Company A S.C. Artillery (Subsequently Bachman's German Artillery) -- Unidentified S.C. Artillery Units (Men who died in unidentified S.C. artillery units)
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
820 pages
Isbn
9781568374345
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • ocn898082702
  • (OCoLC)898082702

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