Links that will illuminate the service of the
Sixteenth
South Carolina
C.S.A.
Sixteenth
South Carolina
C.S.A.
Links that will illuminate the service of the

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

Roy "Butch" Lipscomb
The Black Horse Air Cavalry
Troop G, Republic of Vietnam, 1968



Index of Links to Related Sites



When Liverpool was Dixie, Roy's Naval PageJoin Semmes and the AlabamaSail the High Seas with the Confederate RaidersIt addition to the history, you will find some excellent poetry here.Roy has it all
York County and the Hampton MovementWade Hampton in 1876York County During ReconstructionA look at the Hampton Movement in York CountyRoxanne does her usual great job.
First Georgia Sharpshooters, Walker's Divison, Army of TennesseeFirst Georgia SharpshootersWalker's DivisionA nice look at a Georgia Units serving with Gist and WalkerA very well done page.



New, home page
SIXTEENTH SOUTH CAROLINA MUSEUM
Reading room and Library





Spring Hill and Franklin, A beautiful new page (2002) by Eric A. Jacobson
The Atlanta Campaign - Dalton to Atlanta, May - Sept, 1864
The Battle of Franklin, Tn.- November, 1864
The Battle of the Crater



South Carolina Units



Brigades



Kershaw's Brigade, A.N.V. "Bobby Lee's Rock from S.C."Brigade HistoryRosters



Artillery



KANAPAUX'S BATTERY Lafayette's Light Department of South Carolina and GeorgiaHistory of the Lafayette LightRosters are on the way



Cavalry



The First South Carolina CavalryRegimental HistoryArmy of Northern Virginia.
The Fifth South Carolina CavalryRegimental HistoryArmy of Northern VirginiaRosters
The Sixth South Carolina CavalryCompany FArmy of Northern Virginia.
The Seventh South Carolina Cavalry Company I HistoryArmy of Northern VirginiaRosters
"1st (Martin’s) South Carolina Mounted Militia Regiment" In Defense of South CarolinaSouth Carolina ServiceRosters
"Aiken Independent Mounted Infantry" In Defense of South CarolinaSouth Carolina ServiceRosters



Infantry



First South Carolina, Orr's Rifles
Pickens County
Mcgowan's BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaRegimental HistoryRosters
First South Carolina, Orr's Rifles
Marion County
Mcgowan's BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaRegimental HistoryRosters
Second South Carolina Infantry Kershaw’s BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaRegimental HistoryRoster
Third South Carolina Infantry Kershaw’s BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaRegimental HistoryRoster
Fifth South Carolina Infantry Jenkins BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaCompany B, F, GGood Early War Information
Seventh South Carolina Infantry Kershaw’s BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaRegimental HistoryRoster
Eighth South Carolina InfantryKershaw’s BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaRegimental HistoryRoster
Tenth South Carolina Infantry Manigault’s BrigadeArmy of TennesseeHorry County Historical Society SiteRosters for the Tenth
Twelfth South Carolina Infantry McGowan's BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaCompany A, B, HAssorted Infromation
Thirteenth South Carolina Infantry McGowan's BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaRegimental History Roster
Fourteenth South Carolina Infantry McGowan's BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaRegimental History Rosters
Fifteenth South Carolina Infantry Kershaw’s BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaRegimental HistoryRoster
Seventeenth South Carolina Company C Evans' Brigade HistoryRosters
Seventeenth South Carolina Company E Evans' Brigade HistoryRosters
Seventeenth South Carolina Company F Evans' Brigade HistoryRosters
Seventeenth South Carolina Company K Evans' Brigade HistoryRosters
Eighteenth South Carolina Company G Evans' Brigade HistoryRosters
Eighteenth South Carolina Company H Evans' Brigade HistoryRosters
The Nineteenth South Carolina Manigault’s BrigadeArmy of TennesseeCompany CRoster
The Twentieth South Carolina Infantry Kershaw’s BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaRegimental HistoryRoster
Twenty-Second South Carolina Infantry Evan's Brigade BrigadeArmy of Northern Virginia and Army of TennesseeCompany B Roster
Twenty-Second South Carolina Infantry Evan's Brigade BrigadeArmy of Northern Virginia and Army of TennesseeAdditional InformationCasualties
Twenty-Third South Carolina Infantry Evans Brigade
(The Tramp Brigade)
Most Armies
(East of the Mississippi)
Company IRoster
Twenty-Third South Carolina Infantry Evans Brigade
(The Tramp Brigade)
Most Armies
(East of the Mississippi)
Company KRoster
Twenty Fourth South Carolina Infantry Gist BrigadeArmy of TennesseeCompany IRoster, Company I
The Twenty-fifth South Carolina Hagood’s BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaCompany IRoster
The Twenty-Sixth South CarolinaEvan’s Brigade
(The Tramp Brigade)
Most Armies
(East of the Mississippi)
Company HRoster
Palmetto Sharpshooters Jenkins BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaCompany A, GAssorted Infromation



Legions



Holcombe Legion Evan’s Brigade
(Mounted Section Joins Gary’s Unit)
All Armies
(East of Mississippi)
Company A
(Mounted Section)
Roster



Battalions


The Third South Carolina Battalion Kershaw’s BrigadeArmy of Northern VirginiaBattalion HistoryRoster



Militia Units



20th S.C. Militia Carolina’s CampaignIn Defense of Home and HearthRoster



South Carolina Reserve Battalions



Third Battalion of ReservesThe ChildrenIn Defense of Hearth and HomeCompany IAccount
Third Battalion of ReservesThe ChildrenIn Defense of Hearth and HomeCompany IRoster



Re-enactors



The Edisto Rifles, rise againThe Edisto Rifles, 25th South CarolinaA great new Charleston Group, actually a Great old Charleston Group. .
The Second South Carolina
Company B
The Butler Guard Greenville, South Carolina's Own.
125th Ohio Volunteer Infantry The Opdycke Tigers A great site from the Atlanta boys!!!.
The 42nd GeorgiaThe Grits Version of the Tigers!Another great site from Atlanta.
The Military Division of the MississippiHere is a great site with
“That Man’s Picture” on it
Our friends in Atlanta again!.



Hands Across the Mason-Dixon Line
Units and Individuals that met the 16th on the Battlefield.



Lt. Tom Reeves 10th Indiana Cavalry Lt. Reeves, like so many, found death often waited, stalking the edge of joy. Beautiful Tribute .
125th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, The Opdycke Tigers The Men waiting in the backyard of The Carter House One of our oldest friends on the net and another great 125th site Great Site !.



Other Topics:



Prisoner of War Camps that held the Gist Brigade





Camp Chase, Ohio The last home for many of the Gist Brigade The Ohio Site on the WarThe only site for Ohio Units
and much more
.
Elmira Prison Camp Library A look at a Union Prisoner of War Camp Members of the Gist Brigade will also be found here. An Excellent Site,
that is growing
.
Listing of the Gist Members who died at Elmira and Point Lookout Two of the worst camps Prisoner Listings Excellent Site.
From the Southern Point of View, Not for the faint hearted The thoughts of an Unreconstructed Southern Partisan On the conduct of the war by the North. Interesting Site.



Those who have helped and there are many others:



Phillip's Legion Kurt is doing a wonderful job on a hard fighting "forgotten" Georgia Unit A really wonderful page. ..
Dayle's Wonderful Music PageMusic from the War between the States: The best in music and lyrics on the web. My Thanks for all of the sound for my pages ..
The 37th Texas These folks are as kind and helpful as I have ever known. The place to go for information concerning black Confederates. ..
Southern Crossroads A new look at old sources and a southern community in the making. Another great southern page by Ms. M. ..
Greenville County genealogy research web site. If you need to find out about your family and they are from Greenville County, Mel is the man to see. Top of the line Genealogical Page..
The Confederate Corner Shelby Pittman does it again and again and againThe home of everything Kershaw..
South Carolina's War Between the States Links Mac Wyckoff continues to break new ground A wonderful and comprehensive site in the making...
Links to W.B.T.S. rostersVirginia Leddy's Roster LinksA most helpful page..



Other Great Pages...



A very nice Gen web page from Dorchester County (Formerly Colleton District) Susan has done a great job Takes me back to my childhood in St. George..




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