Joseph Marion King, 18291887 (aged 58 years)

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Joseph Marion /King/
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U.S., American Civil War Regiments, 1861-1866 - Ancestry.com Regiment: U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles Muster Date: 1 Feb 1863 Regiment State: South Carolina Regiment Type: Infantry Regiment Number: 10th Find Soldiers in this Regiment: U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles

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U.S., American Civil War Regiments, 1861-1866 - Ancestry.com Regiment: U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles Date of Organization: 31 May 1861 Muster Date: 9 Apr 1865 Regiment State: South Carolina Regiment Type: Infantry Regiment Number: 10th Battles: Fought on 31 Dec 1862 at Murfreesboro, TN.Fought on 19 Sep 1863 at Chickamauga, GA.Fought on 22 Jul 1864 at Atlanta, GA.Fought on 28 Jul 1864 at Ezra Church, GA.Fought on 28 Jul 1864 at Atlanta, GA. Regiment History: Chickamagua after battle report: Report of Col. James F. Pressley, Nineteenth South CarolinaInfantry, commanding Tenth and Nineteenth South CarolinaInfantry.HDQRS. TENTH AND NINETEENTH S. C. VOLS.,Missionary Ridge, Tenn., October 5, 1863.CAPT.:I have the honor to report the part taken by thiscommand in the late battle of Chickamauga.On September 18, we were first formed in line of battle onthe right bank of Chickamauga Creek, a little above Lee andGordon's Mills, and having three companies in front asskirmishers our line did not become engaged, but was at timessubmitted to severe shelling from the enemy's batteries on theopposite side of the creek, from which we lost 2 men killed and5 wounded.We held our position till the afternoon of the 19th, when,together with the remainder of our division, we were moved tothe right some 2 miles crossing Chickamauga Creek at Hunt'sFord, moving forward and taking position in the front line of thearmy for the night.On the morning of the 20th, our division was transferred to thecommand of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet, and we were placed in theLeft Wing of the army. At 11 o'clock we were ordered placed inagainst the enemy. Moving forward some three-quarters of amile, we encountered his line strongly posted, partly behindbreastworks of logs and dirt and partly behind the crest of a hill.We advanced up to within about 60 or 70 yards, when theengagement between us became general and exceedingly hotlycontested. Out brigade being, unfortunately, not supported on theleft, and the enemy's line overlapping us, the three left regimentswere necessarily either forced to retire or move by the right flankfor protection under some woods on their right. This entirelyexposed my left, the enemy at the same time opening from thatdirection a most terrific enfilade fire upon us with both musketryand artillery, from the effects of which my command wassuffering intensely. Notwithstanding this, the men fought withgreat desperation, and the left of my command, principally theNineteenth Regt., succeeded in pushing forward, driving theenemy from three pieces of his artillery and passing somedistance beyond the captured guns. My position at this timebecame a critical one, being comparatively isolated, and, afterhaving had some of my best officers disabled and many a noblesoldier killed or wounded, we were forced to retire. Just at thisjuncture Brig.-Gen. Anderson's brigade came to our relief, a partof one of his regiments passing through my ranks as we werefalling back, which, together with the terrible fire to which wewere exposed, divided my command. In a very few minutes Isucceeded in rallying a portion of my regiments, amounting to afair representation from each company, and immediately followedafter the gallant Mississippians who were driving the alreadyseverely punished Abolitionists before them.Owing to the forced retirement of the left of our brigade, I wasat this time alone, but finding Maj.-Gen. Hindman, he orderedme to report temporarily to Brig.-Gen. Deas, who was thenreforming his brigade. I moved on his left for some two hours,till I again met my own brigade. We were then moved forwardto attempt to dislodge the enemy from a strong position occupiedby his center on very high hills near the Rossville road. Hisposition here was well chosen, and his troops encouraged byhaving repelled one attack of our troops against him. We movedupon this position about 3. 30 o'clock, and were several timesrepulsed, but not discouraged; we would as often advance uponthe enemy's stronghold. Here the last struggle was made by ouradversaries, and they brought up line after line of their reservetroops and threw them against us. But by the determination ofour brave soldiers and the firm resolve which seemed to pervadealmost every breast that we would conqueror die, we succeeded about sunset in completely routingthem and assisted in gaining for our army a signal victory. Thisended the fighting in the battle of Chickamauga.The two regiments which I have the honor to command did theirduty nobly, and where so many did their whole duty it would beinvidious in me to make distinctions. Of course, as is probablythe case in all bodies of men, there were individuals who failedto act their part in the great struggle, but of those it would be outof place to particularize in this report.I am particularly indebted to and most cheerfully award the meedof praise to Lieut. Col. Julius T. Porcher, Maj. J. L. White, andAdjt. J. O. Ferrell for valuable and efficient service renderedthroughout the entire battle.Our losses were heavy. We buried upon the battle-field 1commissioned officer and 25 enlisted men. Our wounded are 5commissioned officers and 205 enlisted men. Total loss, 236. Anumber of our wounds were mortal and the list of dead that wehave already heard of reaches over 40.I am, captain, most respectfully, your obedient servant,J. F. PRESSLEY,Col., Comdg.Capt. C. I. WALKER,Asst. Adjt. Gen., Manigault's Brigade.Source: Official RecordsCHAP. XLII.] THE CHICKAMAUGA CAMPAIGN. PAGE 354-51[Series I. Vol. 30. Part II, Reports. Serial No. 51.] Find Soldiers in this Regiment: U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles

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South Carolina, U.S., Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M. King State: SC County: Horry District Township: All Saints Parish Year: 1860 Record Type: Slave schedule Page: 215 Database: SC 1860 Slave Schedule

Citation details: Census Year: 1870; Census Place: Dogwood Neck, Horry, South Carolina; Archive Collection Number: AD263A; Roll: 5; Page: 1; Line: 25; Schedule Type: Agriculture
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U.S., Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880 - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph King Enumeration Date: 31 Aug 1870 Place: Dogwood Neck, Horry, SC Schedule Type: Agriculture OS Page: 1 Line Number: 25

Citation details: Census Year: 1860; Census Place: All Saints, Horry, South Carolina; Archive Collection Number: AD262; Roll: 4; Page: 35; Line: 25; Schedule Type: Agriculture
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U.S., Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880 - Ancestry.com Name: Jos M King Enumeration Date: 17 Sep 1860 Place: All Saints, Horry, SC Schedule Type: Agriculture OS Page: 35 Line Number: 25

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U.S., Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 - Ancestry.com Name: J.M. King Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: South Carolina Regiment: 10th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry Company: M Rank In: Corporal Rank Out: Corporal Film Number: M381 roll 18 Other Records: Learn More about this Regiment

Citation details: South Carolina Department of Archives and History; Columbia, South Carolina; Year Range: 1900-1924; Death County or Certificate Range: Horry
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South Carolina, U.S., Death Records, 1821-1969 - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M. King Gender: Male Spouse: Eliza Ann King Child: Daniel T King Certificate Number: 013473

Citation details: Year: 1880; Census Place: Socastee, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: 1232; Page: 356C; Enumeration District: 069
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1880 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M. King Age: 52 Birth Date: Abt 1828 Birthplace: SC Home in 1880: Socastee, Horry, SC Street: 39 House Number: 39 Dwelling Number: 183 Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Self (Head) Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Eliza A. King Father's Birthplace: SC Mother's Birthplace: SC Occupation: Surveyor

Citation details: Year: 1870; Census Place: Dogwood Neck, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1499; Page: 67B; Family History Library Film: 552998
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1870 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph King Age in 1870: 42 Birth Date: abt 1828 Birthplace: SC Dwelling Number: 28 Home in 1870: Dogwood Neck, Horry, SC Race: White Gender: Male Post Office: Little River Occupation: Farmer Male Citizen Over 21: Yes Personal Estate Value: 150 Real Estate Value: 500 Inferred Spouse: Eliza King Inferred Children: Joseph King William King Catharine King Jonah King Frances King Mary King

Citation details: Year: 1850; Census Place: Horry, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M432_854; Page: 47B; Image: 98
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1850 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M King Gender: Male Age: 22 Birth Year: abt 1828 Birthplace: SC Home in 1850: Horry, Horry, SC Occupation: Farmer Industry: Agriculture Line Number: 13 Dwelling Number: 659 Family Number: 659

Citation details: Year: 1860; Census Place: All Saints, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1221; Page: 66; Family History Library Film: 805221
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1860 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Jos M King Age: 35 Birth Year: abt 1825 Gender: Male Birth Place: SC Home in 1860: All Saints, Horry, SC Post Office: Conway Dwelling Number: 1020 Family Number: 1020

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U.S., Find a Grave Index, 1600s-Current - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M King Birth Date: 13 Feb 1829 Birth Place: Horry, SC Death Date: 12 Mar 1887 Death Place: Horry, SC Has Bio?: Y Visit original web source

Birth February 13, 1829
Citation details: Year: 1880; Census Place: Socastee, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: 1232; Page: 356C; Enumeration District: 069
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1880 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M. King Age: 52 Birth Date: Abt 1828 Birthplace: SC Home in 1880: Socastee, Horry, SC Street: 39 House Number: 39 Dwelling Number: 183 Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Self (Head) Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Eliza A. King Father's Birthplace: SC Mother's Birthplace: SC Occupation: Surveyor

Citation details: Year: 1870; Census Place: Dogwood Neck, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1499; Page: 67B; Family History Library Film: 552998
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1870 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph King Age in 1870: 42 Birth Date: abt 1828 Birthplace: SC Dwelling Number: 28 Home in 1870: Dogwood Neck, Horry, SC Race: White Gender: Male Post Office: Little River Occupation: Farmer Male Citizen Over 21: Yes Personal Estate Value: 150 Real Estate Value: 500 Inferred Spouse: Eliza King Inferred Children: Joseph King William King Catharine King Jonah King Frances King Mary King

Citation details: Year: 1850; Census Place: Horry, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M432_854; Page: 47B; Image: 98
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1850 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M King Gender: Male Age: 22 Birth Year: abt 1828 Birthplace: SC Home in 1850: Horry, Horry, SC Occupation: Farmer Industry: Agriculture Line Number: 13 Dwelling Number: 659 Family Number: 659

Citation details: Year: 1860; Census Place: All Saints, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1221; Page: 66; Family History Library Film: 805221
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1860 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Jos M King Age: 35 Birth Year: abt 1825 Gender: Male Birth Place: SC Home in 1860: All Saints, Horry, SC Post Office: Conway Dwelling Number: 1020 Family Number: 1020

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U.S., Find a Grave Index, 1600s-Current - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M King Birth Date: 13 Feb 1829 Birth Place: Horry, SC Death Date: 12 Mar 1887 Death Place: Horry, SC Has Bio?: Y Visit original web source

Birth of a sonDaniel Thomas King
September 27, 1847 (aged 18 years)
Citation details: Year: 1900; Census Place: Conway, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: 1531; Page: 20B; Enumeration District: 0057; FHL microfilm: 1241531
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1900 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Thomas King Age: 52 Birth Date: Mar 1848 Birthplace: SC Home in 1900: Conway, Horry, SC Street: Negro Town House Number: 0 Sheet Number: 20 Number of Dwelling in Order of Visitation: 359 Family Number: 369 Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Head Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Anna P King Marriage Year: 1900 Years Married: 0 Father's Birthplace: SC Mother's Birthplace: SC Occupation: Farmer Months Not Employed: 0 Can Read: Yes Can Write: Yes Can Speak English: Yes House Owned or Rented: Own Home Free or Mortgaged: F Farm or House: F

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South Carolina, U.S., Death Records, 1821-1969 - Ancestry.com Name: Daniel T King Gender: Male Race: White Age: 70 Birth Date: 1848 Death Date: 30 Jul 1918 Death Place: Simpson Creek, Horry, SC Death Registration Place: SC Father: Joseph M. King Mother: Eliza Ann King Certificate Number: 013473 Volume Number: 29

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U.S., Find a Grave Index, 1600s-Current - Ancestry.com Name: Daniel Thomas King Birth Date: 27 Sep 1847 Birth Place: Horry, SC Death Date: 30 Jul 1918 Death Place: Horry, SC Cemetery: Carter Cemetery Burial or Cremation Place: Loris, Horry, SC Has Bio?: N Spouse: Annie Patience King Catharine Ann King Children: Emma C. Moore Alton Perry King Delton Thomas King George Washington King Catherine Owens Visit original web source

Citation details: Year: 1910; Census Place: Simpson Creek, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: T624_1463; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 0056; FHL microfilm: 1375476
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1910 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Daniel T King Age in 1910: 62 Birth Date: 1848 [1848] Birthplace: SC Home in 1910: Simpson Creek, Horry, SC Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Head Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Annie P King Father's Birthplace: SC Mother's Birthplace: SC Native Tongue: English Occupation: Farmer Industry: General Farm Employer, Employee or Other: Employer Home Owned or Rented: Own Home Free or Mortgaged: Free Farm or House: Farm Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Years Married: 9

Citation details: Year: 1880; Census Place: Socastee, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: 1232; Family History Film: 1255232; Page: 356C; Enumeration District: 069
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1880 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Daniel T. King Age: 33 Birth Date: Abt 1847 Birthplace: SC Home in 1880: Socastee, Horry, SC Street: 39 House Number: 39 Dwelling Number: 185 Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Self (Head) Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Catharine A. King Father's Birthplace: SC Mother's Birthplace: SC Occupation: Laborer

Citation details: Year: 1860; Census Place: All Saints, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1221; Page: 66; Image: 136; Family History Library Film: 805221
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1860 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Thos D King Age: 13 Birth Year: abt 1847 Gender: Male Birth Place: SC Home in 1860: All Saints, Horry, SC Post Office: Conway Dwelling Number: 1020 Family Number: 1020

Citation details: Year: 1850; Census Place: Horry, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M432_854; Page: 47B; Image: 98
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1850 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Thos King Gender: Male Age: 3 Birth Year: abt 1847 Birthplace: SC Home in 1850: Horry, Horry, SC Line Number: 15 Dwelling Number: 659 Family Number: 659

Citation details: Year: 1870; Census Place: Dogwood Neck, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1499; Page: 67B; Image: 182048; Family History Library Film: 552998
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1870 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Thomas King Age in 1870: 22 Birth Date: abt 1848 Birthplace: SC Dwelling Number: 27 Home in 1870: Dogwood Neck, Horry, SC Race: White Gender: Male Post Office: Little River Occupation: Farmer Cannot Read: Yes Cannot Write: Yes Male Citizen Over 21: Yes Personal Estate Value: 175 Real Estate Value: 50 Inferred Spouse: Catharine King Inferred Children: Mary King

Residence 1850 (aged 20 years)
Citation details: Year: 1850; Census Place: Horry, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M432_854; Page: 47B; Image: 98
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1850 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M King Gender: Male Age: 22 Birth Year: abt 1828 Birthplace: SC Home in 1850: Horry, Horry, SC Occupation: Farmer Industry: Agriculture Line Number: 13 Dwelling Number: 659 Family Number: 659

Residence
Residence Post Office: Conway
September 17, 1860 (aged 31 years)
Citation details: Census Year: 1860; Census Place: All Saints, Horry, South Carolina; Archive Collection Number: AD262; Roll: 4; Page: 35; Line: 25; Schedule Type: Agriculture
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U.S., Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880 - Ancestry.com Name: Jos M King Enumeration Date: 17 Sep 1860 Place: All Saints, Horry, SC Schedule Type: Agriculture OS Page: 35 Line Number: 25

Citation details: Year: 1860; Census Place: All Saints, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1221; Page: 66; Family History Library Film: 805221
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1860 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Jos M King Age: 35 Birth Year: abt 1825 Gender: Male Birth Place: SC Home in 1860: All Saints, Horry, SC Post Office: Conway Dwelling Number: 1020 Family Number: 1020

Residence 1860 (aged 30 years)
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South Carolina, U.S., Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M. King State: SC County: Horry District Township: All Saints Parish Year: 1860 Record Type: Slave schedule Page: 215 Database: SC 1860 Slave Schedule

Military service about 1862 (aged 32 years)
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U.S., Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 - Ancestry.com Name: J.M. King Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: South Carolina Regiment: 10th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry Company: M Rank In: Corporal Rank Out: Corporal Film Number: M381 roll 18 Other Records: Learn More about this Regiment

Military service February 1, 1863 (aged 33 years)
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U.S., American Civil War Regiments, 1861-1866 - Ancestry.com Regiment: U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles Muster Date: 1 Feb 1863 Regiment State: South Carolina Regiment Type: Infantry Regiment Number: 10th Find Soldiers in this Regiment: U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles

Military service April 9, 1865 (aged 36 years)
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U.S., American Civil War Regiments, 1861-1866 - Ancestry.com Regiment: U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles Date of Organization: 31 May 1861 Muster Date: 9 Apr 1865 Regiment State: South Carolina Regiment Type: Infantry Regiment Number: 10th Battles: Fought on 31 Dec 1862 at Murfreesboro, TN.Fought on 19 Sep 1863 at Chickamauga, GA.Fought on 22 Jul 1864 at Atlanta, GA.Fought on 28 Jul 1864 at Ezra Church, GA.Fought on 28 Jul 1864 at Atlanta, GA. Regiment History: Chickamagua after battle report: Report of Col. James F. Pressley, Nineteenth South CarolinaInfantry, commanding Tenth and Nineteenth South CarolinaInfantry.HDQRS. TENTH AND NINETEENTH S. C. VOLS.,Missionary Ridge, Tenn., October 5, 1863.CAPT.:I have the honor to report the part taken by thiscommand in the late battle of Chickamauga.On September 18, we were first formed in line of battle onthe right bank of Chickamauga Creek, a little above Lee andGordon's Mills, and having three companies in front asskirmishers our line did not become engaged, but was at timessubmitted to severe shelling from the enemy's batteries on theopposite side of the creek, from which we lost 2 men killed and5 wounded.We held our position till the afternoon of the 19th, when,together with the remainder of our division, we were moved tothe right some 2 miles crossing Chickamauga Creek at Hunt'sFord, moving forward and taking position in the front line of thearmy for the night.On the morning of the 20th, our division was transferred to thecommand of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet, and we were placed in theLeft Wing of the army. At 11 o'clock we were ordered placed inagainst the enemy. Moving forward some three-quarters of amile, we encountered his line strongly posted, partly behindbreastworks of logs and dirt and partly behind the crest of a hill.We advanced up to within about 60 or 70 yards, when theengagement between us became general and exceedingly hotlycontested. Out brigade being, unfortunately, not supported on theleft, and the enemy's line overlapping us, the three left regimentswere necessarily either forced to retire or move by the right flankfor protection under some woods on their right. This entirelyexposed my left, the enemy at the same time opening from thatdirection a most terrific enfilade fire upon us with both musketryand artillery, from the effects of which my command wassuffering intensely. Notwithstanding this, the men fought withgreat desperation, and the left of my command, principally theNineteenth Regt., succeeded in pushing forward, driving theenemy from three pieces of his artillery and passing somedistance beyond the captured guns. My position at this timebecame a critical one, being comparatively isolated, and, afterhaving had some of my best officers disabled and many a noblesoldier killed or wounded, we were forced to retire. Just at thisjuncture Brig.-Gen. Anderson's brigade came to our relief, a partof one of his regiments passing through my ranks as we werefalling back, which, together with the terrible fire to which wewere exposed, divided my command. In a very few minutes Isucceeded in rallying a portion of my regiments, amounting to afair representation from each company, and immediately followedafter the gallant Mississippians who were driving the alreadyseverely punished Abolitionists before them.Owing to the forced retirement of the left of our brigade, I wasat this time alone, but finding Maj.-Gen. Hindman, he orderedme to report temporarily to Brig.-Gen. Deas, who was thenreforming his brigade. I moved on his left for some two hours,till I again met my own brigade. We were then moved forwardto attempt to dislodge the enemy from a strong position occupiedby his center on very high hills near the Rossville road. Hisposition here was well chosen, and his troops encouraged byhaving repelled one attack of our troops against him. We movedupon this position about 3. 30 o'clock, and were several timesrepulsed, but not discouraged; we would as often advance uponthe enemy's stronghold. Here the last struggle was made by ouradversaries, and they brought up line after line of their reservetroops and threw them against us. But by the determination ofour brave soldiers and the firm resolve which seemed to pervadealmost every breast that we would conqueror die, we succeeded about sunset in completely routingthem and assisted in gaining for our army a signal victory. Thisended the fighting in the battle of Chickamauga.The two regiments which I have the honor to command did theirduty nobly, and where so many did their whole duty it would beinvidious in me to make distinctions. Of course, as is probablythe case in all bodies of men, there were individuals who failedto act their part in the great struggle, but of those it would be outof place to particularize in this report.I am particularly indebted to and most cheerfully award the meedof praise to Lieut. Col. Julius T. Porcher, Maj. J. L. White, andAdjt. J. O. Ferrell for valuable and efficient service renderedthroughout the entire battle.Our losses were heavy. We buried upon the battle-field 1commissioned officer and 25 enlisted men. Our wounded are 5commissioned officers and 205 enlisted men. Total loss, 236. Anumber of our wounds were mortal and the list of dead that wehave already heard of reaches over 40.I am, captain, most respectfully, your obedient servant,J. F. PRESSLEY,Col., Comdg.Capt. C. I. WALKER,Asst. Adjt. Gen., Manigault's Brigade.Source: Official RecordsCHAP. XLII.] THE CHICKAMAUGA CAMPAIGN. PAGE 354-51[Series I. Vol. 30. Part II, Reports. Serial No. 51.] Find Soldiers in this Regiment: U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles

Residence
Residence Post Office: Little River
August 31, 1870 (aged 41 years)
Citation details: Census Year: 1870; Census Place: Dogwood Neck, Horry, South Carolina; Archive Collection Number: AD263A; Roll: 5; Page: 1; Line: 25; Schedule Type: Agriculture
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U.S., Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880 - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph King Enumeration Date: 31 Aug 1870 Place: Dogwood Neck, Horry, SC Schedule Type: Agriculture OS Page: 1 Line Number: 25

Citation details: Year: 1870; Census Place: Dogwood Neck, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1499; Page: 67B; Family History Library Film: 552998
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1870 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph King Age in 1870: 42 Birth Date: abt 1828 Birthplace: SC Dwelling Number: 28 Home in 1870: Dogwood Neck, Horry, SC Race: White Gender: Male Post Office: Little River Occupation: Farmer Male Citizen Over 21: Yes Personal Estate Value: 150 Real Estate Value: 500 Inferred Spouse: Eliza King Inferred Children: Joseph King William King Catharine King Jonah King Frances King Mary King

Residence
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head: Self
1880 (aged 50 years)
Citation details: Year: 1880; Census Place: Socastee, Horry, South Carolina; Roll: 1232; Page: 356C; Enumeration District: 069
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1880 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M. King Age: 52 Birth Date: Abt 1828 Birthplace: SC Home in 1880: Socastee, Horry, SC Street: 39 House Number: 39 Dwelling Number: 183 Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Self (Head) Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Eliza A. King Father's Birthplace: SC Mother's Birthplace: SC Occupation: Surveyor

Death March 12, 1887 (aged 58 years)
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U.S., Find a Grave Index, 1600s-Current - Ancestry.com Name: Joseph M King Birth Date: 13 Feb 1829 Birth Place: Horry, SC Death Date: 12 Mar 1887 Death Place: Horry, SC Has Bio?: Y Visit original web source