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Revolutionary War

  • "Josiah Culbertson defends magazine, 1779, brief," Upper South Carolina Genealogy and History, February 2007, Volume 21, Issue 1. Piedmont Historical Society : Spartansburg, SC.
  • "Soldiers spared from gallows due to Captain Pattern address, March 1781," Upper South Carolina Genealogy and History, February 2007, Volume 21, Issue 1. Piedmont Historical Society : Spartansburg, SC.
  • "Major Joseph McJunkin's Rev. War service, scout in Spartan Regt., 1781," Upper South Carolina Genealogy and History, May 2006, Volume 20, Issue 2. Piedmont Historical Society : Spartansburg, SC.
  • "General Daniel Morgan's success at the Battle of Cowpens renews thoughts of victory," SAR Magazine, Spring 2006, Volume 100, Issue 4. National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution : Louisville, Kentucky. FHL Collection
  • "Battle of Cedar Spring, n.d.," Upper South Carolina Genealogy and History, February 2006, Volume 20, Issue 1. Piedmont Historical Society : Spartansburg, SC.
  • "Battle of Cowpens," SAR Magazine, Winter 2006, Volume 100, Issue 3. National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. FHL Collection
  • "Sullivan Independent Company of Volunteer Scouts, 1781," Upper South Carolina Genealogy and History, November 2005, Volume 19, Issue 4. Piedmont Historical Society : Spartansburg, SC.
  • "Revolutionary War pension applications (sel.)," Pinckney District Chapter Quarterly, December 2004, Volume 28, Issue 4. Pinckney District Chapter, South Carolina Genealogical Society : Spartanburg, SC.
  • "Old Bethel Graveyard, Rev. War soldiers memorial at Woodruff," ''Upper South Carolina Genealogy and History, August 2004, Volume 18, Issue 3. Piedmont Historical Society : Spartansburg, SC.
  • "District pension applications," Pinckney District Chapter Quarterly, March 2004, Volume 28, Issue 1. Pinckney District Chapter, South Carolina Genealogical Society : Spartanburg, SC.
  • "Battle of Cowpens, 1781," Minuteman, January 2004. Central Florida SAR Chapter : Kissimmee, Florida.
  • "Fort Prince commissary records, 1776-1777," Upper South Carolina Genealogy and History, August 2003, Volume 17, Issue 3. Piedmont Historical Society : Spartansburg, SC.
  • "Cowpens, small significant event," Genie, 2001, Volume 35, Issue 4. Ark-La-Tex Genealogical Association : Shreveport, LA. FHL Collection
  • "Spartans in the Revolutionary War," ''Pinckney District Chapter Quarterly, Fall 1993, Volume 17, Issue 3. Pinckney District Chapter, South Carolina Genealogical Society : Spartanburg, SC.
  • "Revolutionary grave markers," Pinckney District Chapter Quarterly, Spring 1993, Volume 17, Issue 1. Pinckney District Chapter, South Carolina Genealogical Society : Spartanburg, SC.
  • "Battle of Cowpens," Aiken County Historical Society Journal, April 1990, Volume 5, Issue 2. Aiken County Historical Society : Aiken, SC.
  • "Spartanburg in the Revolution," Old Spartanburg District Genealogy, March 1986, Volume 1, Issue 1. Gainey Research Services : Spartanburg, SC.
  • "Day to remember, October 7, 1780," Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, October 1980, Volume 114, Issue 8. Daughters of the American Revolution : Washington, D.C. FHL Collection
  • "Tories, 1783," Carolina Genealogist, Winter 1970, Issue 2. Heritage Papers:Danielsville, GA. FHL Collection
  • "Cowpens: prelude to Yorktown," North Carolina Historical Review, July 1954, Volume 31, Issue 3. Historical Publications Section : Raleigh, NC. FHL Collection
  • "Battle of Cowpens," American Monthly Magazine, August 1999, Volume 35, Issue 2 and September 1902, Volume 21, Issue 3. Daughters of the American Revolution : Washington, D.C. FHL Collection

War of 1812

  • List of Pensioners on the Roll, January 1, 1883; Giving the Name of Each Pensioner, the Cause for Why Pensioned, the Post-Office Address, the Rate of Pension Per Month, and the Date of Original Allowance... Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1883. FHL Collection 973 M2Lp v. 5; digital versions at Google Books and Internet Archive. [See Vol. 5, South Carolina, Spartanburgh County [sic], p. 188. Identifies War of 1812 veterans living in this county in 1883.]
  • "War of 1812 Pensioners," Piedmont Historical Society Quarterly, January 1983, Volume 1, Issue 1. Piedmont Historical Society : Spartansburg, SC.

Civil War

Civil War service men from Spartanburg County served in various regiments. Men often joined a company (within a regiment) that originated in their county. Listed below are companies that were formed in Spartanburg County or from many of its men.

- 1st Regiment, South Carolina Cavalry
- Company B - (also known as Ferguson Rangers, Spartanburg and Laurens Rangers)
- 1st Regiment, South Carolina Rifles (Orr's)
- Company L (also known as Calhoun Guards)
- 2nd Regiment, South Carolina Cavalry
- Company E (also known as Dean's Cavalry)
- 3rd Regiment, South Carolina Reserves (90 days 1862-63), Company F
- 3rd Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
- Company D - Cross Anchor
- Company K
- 5th Regiment, South Carolina State Troops,   
- Company E
- Company F
- Company G
- Company M
- 5th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
- Company C - (also known as Limestone Southern Rights Guards)
Before Reorganization Roster, After Reorganization Roster
- Company D
- Company F - (also known as Morgan Light Infantry)
Before Reorganization Roster, After Reorganization Roster
- Company G - ( also known as Pacolet Guard)
Before Reorganization Roster, After Reorganization Roster
- Company I
- Company K - (also known as Spartan Rifles)
Before Reorganization Roster, After Reorganization - Roster
- Company L
- Companies C, D, F, G, I, K. See the Regimental page 5th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry for additional information on these companies.


- 15th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
- Company B
- Company F



  • Landrum, J.B.O. History of Spartanburg County : embracing an account of many important events and biographical sketches of statesmen, divines and other public men and the names of many others worthy of record in the history of their county. Bowie, Maryland : Heritage Books, c1991. FHL Collection Book 975.729 H2L. Includes biographies of 97 prominent figures, 300 pages of history and 58 pages list Confederate soldiers.

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