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Artillery Units

Artillery batteries are difficult to research. Information is usually sparse and the units often changed names (or have multiple names) which makes for confusion. Most of the websites listed below contain several batteries grouped together. All links have been checked and updated on 12/14/01.

South Carolina Artillery Units by Steve Batson, his index to links to all South Carolina artillery units
Beaufort Artillery Historical Sketch
Beaufort Artillery also known as Capatin Stuart's Company Historical sketch
Chesterfield Light Artillery also known as Captain Kelly's Company Historical sketch
Ferguson's Light Artillery also known as Captain Beauregard's Company Light Artillery Historical sketch
Fickling's Light Artillery also known as Brooks Light Artillery Historical sketch
Garden's Battery also known as Palmetto Artillery History, Roster & Biographical Sketches
Garden's Battery also known as Palmetto Light Battery Historical sketch
German Light Artillery also known as Bachman's Artillery Historical sketch
German Light Artillery, Co. A Captain Wagener's Company. Historical sketch
German Light Artillery, Co. B also known as Captain Melcher's Company Historical sketch
Capatin Gilchrist's Company Heavy Artillery also known as Gist Guard Historical sketch
Hart's Horse Artillery History and Roster by Robert H. Moore, II
Hart's Horse Artillery also known as Washington Artillery Historical sketch
Johnson's Horse Artillery Historical Sketch
Kanapaux's Battery History, Biographical Sketches and History.
McQueen Light Artillery also known as Captain Gregg's Company Historical sketch and roster of Co. D
Macbeth Light Artillery also known as Captain Jeter's Company Historical sketch
Marion Light Artillery also known as Captain Parker's Company Historical sketch
Captain Mathewes' Company Heavy Artillery Historical sketch & roster of Co. A
Pee Dee Artillery also known as Captain Zimmerman's Co. Artillery Historical Sketch
Capatin Trenholm's Compnay Mounted Rifleman & Horse Artillery Historical Sketch
Waccamaw Light Artillery also known as Captain Mayham Ward's Company Artillery Historical Sketch
1st South Carolina Militia Artillery by Steve Batson
1st South Carolina Artillery Historical Sketch & Roster
1st South Carolina Artillery Battalion Later became part of 1st South Carolina Artillery (see above). Historical sketch & roster of Co. F
2nd South Carolina Heavy Artillery by Steve Batson
2nd South Carolina Artillery History & Roster
15th (Lucas') Battalion Heavy Artillery Historical Sketch
Five S.C. Batteries by Steve Batson. Bachman's Battery (also known as Charleston German L.A. Battery), Beaufort L.A. Battery (also known as Elliott's Battery and Stuart's Battery), Brooks' L.A. (also known as Fickling's Artillery Battery and Rhett's Artillery Battery), Chesterfield L.A. Battery (also known as Coit's Battery), Columbia Flying Artillery (also known as Waites' Battery, Waddell's Battery and Waddell's Horse Artillery)and Culpeper's Battery

Also See South Carolina Units for a list of contacts for more information about South Carolina units
Also see South Carolina Infantry Units
Also see South Carolina Cavalry Units

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