War of the Rebellion: Serial 066 Page 0656 S. C., FLA., AND ON THE GA. COAST. Chapter XLVII.

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Milton's (William H.) Cavalry. See Florida Troops, Confederate, 5th Battalion.

Mitzel's (Alexander von) Infantry. See Pennsylvania Troops, 74th Regiment.

Montgomery's (James) Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 34th Regiment.

Morton's (Joseph W.) Cavalry. See Massachusetts Troops, 4th Regiment.

Naval Battalion. See Confederate Troops.

Neal's (James H.) Infantry. See Georgia Troops, 19th Regiment.

Nelson's (P. H.) Infantry. See South Carolina Troops, 7th Battalion.

Nichols' (Isaac B.) Reserves. See Florida Troops, Confederate.

Noble's (William H.) Infantry. See Connecticut Troops, 17th Regiment.

North Carolina First Colored Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 35th Regiment.

Ochus' (A. A.) Infantry. See Florida Troops, Confederate, 2nd Battalion.

Olmstead's (Charles H.) Infantry. See Georgia Troops, 1st Volunteer Regiment.

Orleans Guard, Artillery. See Louisiana Troops.

Page's (Powhatan R.) Infantry. See Virginia Troops, 26th Regiment.

Palmetto Artillery. See South Carolina Troops.

Parker's (Edward L.) Artillery. See Marion Artillery, ante.

Pearson's (John W.) Infantry. See Florida Troops, Confederate, 6th Battalion.

Pee Dee Artillery. See South Carolina Troops.

Peeples' (W. B.) Cavalry. See South Carolina Troops, 3rd Regiment.

Pennsylvania Sixth Colored Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 6th Regiment.

Pennsylvania Eighth Colored Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 8th Regiment.

Pepper's (F. L.) Cavalry. See Georgia Troops, 29th Battalion.

Peterson's (A. G.) Infantry. See South Carolina Troops, 4th Battalion, Reserves.

Place's (James E.) Engineers. See New York Troops, 1st Regiment.

Plumly's (M. Wilson) Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 86th Regiment.

Poe's (Wilson W.) Reserves. See Florida Troops, Confederate.

Post's (Edwin) Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 9th Regiment.

Powell's (Edward) Reserves. (Official designation not of record.) See Edward Powell.

Powers' (George C.) Infantry. See Florida Troops, Confederate, 2nd Battalion.

Pritchard's (William R.) Heavy Artillery. See Georgia Troops, 22nd Battalion.

Pruden's (William H.) Infantry. See Georgia Troops, 32nd Regiment.

Rand's (Arnold A.) Cavalry. See Massachusetts Troops, 4th Regiment.

Randall's (Carrington E.) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 25th Regiment.

Ransone's (Julien) Heavy Artillery. See Georgia Troops, 28th Battalion, Battery C.

Read's (J. H.) Infantry. See South Carolina Troops, 21st Regiment.

Rebel Troop, Cavalry. See South Carolina Troops, 3rd Regiment.

Reisinger's (James W. H.) Infantry. See Union Troops, Colored, 25th Regiment.

Reynolds' (Benjamin L.) Infantry. See Florida Troops, Confederate.

Rhett's (Alfred) Heavy Artillery. See South Carolina Troops, 1st Regiment.

Rickenbaker's (Medicus) Heavy Artillery. See South Carolina Troops, 2nd Regiment, Battery C.

Ripley Rangers, Cavalry. See A. D. Sparks' Cavalry, post.

Rivers' (C. H.) Heavy Artillery. See South Carolina Troops, 3rd Regiment.

Robinson's (W. J.) Infantry. See Florida Troops, Confederate, 2nd Battalion.

Rocket Battery. (Improvised battery. See pp. 91, 141, 172, 187, 241.)

Ross' (George) Infantry. See Vermont Troops, 7th Regiment.

Rutledge Mounted Rifles, Artillery. See South Carolina Troops.

Rutledge's (B. Huger) Cavalry. See South Carolina Troops, 4th Regiment.

Salvo's (James) Artillery. See Washington Artillery, post.

Santee Artillery. See South Carolina Troops.

Schmidt's (Adolph) Cavalry. See New York Troops, 14th Regiment.

Schulz's (Frederick C.) Artillery. See Palmetto Artillery, ante, Battery F.

Scott's (George W.) Cavalry. See Florida Troops, Confederate, 5th Battalion.

Seabrook's (J. L.) Cavalry. See South Carolina Troops, 3rd Regiment.