1st Infantry Regiment (Hagood's)

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1st Regiment Volunteers completed its organization at Barnwell, South Carolina, in December, 1860, and entered Confederate service in April, 1861. Its companies were raised in Charleston and the counties of Orangeburg, Lancaster, Barnwell, Greenville, Colleton, and Richland. The regiment served in the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, then moved to Virginia and brigaded under Generals Jenkins abd Bratton. It fought at South Mountain, Sharpsburg, and Fredericksburg, and later served under Longstreet at Suffolk and D.H. Hill in North Carolina. Again it was with Longstreet, but the unit did not take part in the conflict at Chickamauga. After fighting in the Knoxville operations the unit participated in the battles at The Wilderness, Spotsylvania, and Cold Harbor, the Petersburg siege, and the Appomattox Campaign. It reported 16 casualties at South Mountain, 40 at Sharpsburg, 1 at Fredericksburg, and 45 at Wauhatchie. Of the 169 engaged at Spotsylvania, thirteen percent were disabled, and from June 13 to December 31, 1864, there were 17 killed, 89 wounded, and 17 missing. It surrendered 21 officers and 201 men. The field officers were Colonels W.H. Duncan, Thomas J. Glover, James R. Hagood, Johnson Hagood, and Franklin W. Kilpatrick; Lieutenant Colonels Benjamin B. Kirkland and Daniel Livingston; and Majors George M. Grimes and Watson A. O'Cain.

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