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    4th South Carolina Infantry Battalion Company A & Brooks' Battery

    4th South Carolina Infantry Battalion & Brooks' Artillery Battery

    We are proud to announce the formation of the 4th South Carolina Infantry Battalion and Brooks' Artillery Battery of Jenkins' Brigade! The 4th South Carolina Infantry Battalion & Brooks' Battery are full members of Jenkins' Brigade along with the 2nd South Carolina Rifles, the 5th South Carolina Infantry, and the 6th South Carolina Infantry

    Historically, our regiment served in Jenkins' Brigade with Jones' Division under Longstreet's Corps in the Army of Northern Virginia.

    FIND US: Please visit us on Discord here, or have a look at our companies on the War of Rights company tool, listed below. Our Youtube channel is here. We have no attendance requirement, and men are free to come and fight with us as they please. We train all of our men to an above-average basic standard regarding marching, rifle fire, and bayonet use, with auxiliary drills regarding more advanced tactics. We also participate in many of the events across the War of Rights community, including North American and European time zone-friendly events.


    4th South Carolina Infantry Battalion - YhAEHFd.pngColonel Walsh
    4th SC A (NA) (Reserved) - Cpl. Rustler

    Brooks' Artillery Battery (Reserved) - Sergeant Provost
    Brooks' Battery (Any Region)

    Historical info: 4th Infantry Battalion was formed in April, 1862, when the 4th South Carolina Infantry Regiment was reorganized into a five company battalion. It was assigned to R.H. Anderson's and M. Jenkins' Brigade and saw action in the Battle of Williamsburg, the Seven Days' Battles, and the Maryland Campaign. The unit reported 12 casualties at Williamburg, 9 at Gaines’ Mill, and 38 at Frayser's Farm. On November 11, 1862, it was consolidated into two companies and united with the infantry of Hampton's South Carolina Legion. Major Charles S. Mattison was in command.

    Predecessor unit:
    4th Infantry Regiment was organized at Anderson, South Carolina, in March 1861 and soon moved to Virginia. It fought at First Manassas under N.G. Evans and reported 11 killed, 79 wounded, and 6 missing. In April, 1862, the unit totalled 450 men and that same month was consolidated into five companies and redesignated the 4th South Carolina Battalion. Its commanders were Colonel John B.E. Sloan, Lieutenant Colonel Charles S. Mattison, and Major James H. Whitner.

    South Carolina! First to secede!
    Last edited by Nigel Walsh; 01-10-2020 at 12:19 AM.

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    Last edited by Nigel Walsh; 01-05-2020 at 06:51 PM.

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    Join Date
    Jan 2020
    Charleston, South Carolina
    Glad to have them in the brigade!

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