This site is created in dedication to my direct descendants that served proudly for their country during the War Between the States. This site in no way has any political agenda, or advocates anything closely related to hatred or racist views. If you do, this is not the place for you. It simply celebrates my personal heritage and those who served with them.
Those who ignor the past are destined to repeat it.
|3rd Sgt. Jacob Brantley Ouzts, my great, great, great grandfather enlisted into service of the Confederate Army by S.R. (States Rights) Gist. Killed at the Battle of Stones River in Murfreesboro, TN, December 31, 1862. 19th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry, Company C. Brother-in-law to Tillman Harling.||Pvt. Tillman Harling, my great, great, great grandfather who was with the army at surrender in 1865. 19th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry, Company C. Brother-in-law to Jacob Brantley Ouzts.||Pvt. James Madison Workman, my great, great grandfather, who enlisted April 14, 1861 as a member of the 3rd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry, Company B. Was transferred to the 2nd South Carolina Cavalry April 10, 1862, age 20. Served a short time as a prisonor of war until his release December 31, 1864.|
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