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19th SC, Co. C

This site is created in dedication to

3rd Sgt. Jacob Brantley Ouzts, my great, great, great grandfather killed at the Battle of Stones River, in Murfreesboro, TN, December 31, 1862. Pvt. Tillman Harling, my great, great, great grandfather who was with the army at surrender in 1865.

Captain J. Quattlebaum's Company, 19th Regiment South Carolina Infantry, subsequently became Company C.

The 19th Regiment South Carolina Infantry was composed of ten companies, A to K, wich were organized on various dates in November and December, 1861, for twelve months. The regiment was re-organized for the war in May 1862 and temporarily consolidated with the 10th Regiment South Carolina Infantry about January 1, 1863, this regiment forming four companies of the consolidated organization but each company of the original regiment was mustered seperately. The 19th and the 10th Regiments South Carolina Infantry were again consolidated about April 10, 1865, and formed the South Carolina Battalion of Infantry (Walker's), the men of this regiment being finally paroled May 1, 1865, at Greensboro, N.C., as Companies C to F of that battlion.

Source: Confederate Muster Roll for J. B. Ouzts

Tillman Harling Compiled Service Record

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[Regimental History] [Company C Roster][Jacob B. Ouzts Compiled Service Record]

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