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Nancy Solt (#48260224)
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I am a native South Carolina...Growing up in Horry County (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) and moved to Ft. Wayne, Indiana after getting married. It was twenty years later that I was fortunate enough to return to my home state of S.C...That was 30 years ago.

I am married and have two grown sons and two grown grandsons and a beautiful 16 year old granddaughter.

My sibling count is 2 sister & 2 brothers...and a very large number of cousins of which most of all my family live here in South Carolina...They're all great people.

Two years ago my oldest son asked me to do a "Family Tree" for him ...Subscribing to '' launched me into the ancestry research world...I enjoy doing this kind of research and spend a lot of my time with it...

If there is any question or comment concerning this 'find a grave' page or if you can offer any additional information about Leona/Leoka Cook please contact me...

Gather your family history and put it on paper.


Nancy Solt ...Great-Granddaughter of Leona Cook...

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RE: Dr. James Chapman Craig
James C. Craig was Captain of 12th Battalion S.C. Cavalry (also known as 4th Squadron S.C. Cavalry). He was also Captain of 4th Regiment S.C. Cavalry Company A (also known as Rutledges's Regiment). This information comes from the National Park Service's U.S. Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865. Below is a detailed account of the units James C. Craig was in.

Many of the Cavalry companies which made up the South Carolina 4th Cavalry existed prior to the war as Militia companies. The Charleston Light Dragoons which became Company K of the 4th Cavalry traced its roots to pre-Revolutionary War times. This company is first mentioned in Confederate Military History as a part of the State Militia charged with guarding Fort Sumter in the summer of 1860. 4th Cavalry Regiment, also called Rutledge's Regiment of Cavalry and Rutledge's Cavalry, was organized in January 1863, by consolidating the 10th and 12th Battalions South Carolina Cavalry. An earlier date of organization has been suggested as December 16, 1862. The 10th Cavalry Battalion also called the 3rd Battalion was organized during late spring of 1862 with five companies. The unit served in the Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida and in January 1863 merged into the 4th South Carolina Cavalry Regiment. The 12th Cavalry Battalion was also known as the 4th Battalion prior to its merger into the 4th Cavalry Regiment. The 4th Cavalry Regiment surrendered on April 26, 1865. Company A had many men from Chesterfield County, Darlington County and Lancaster County, a few men from Horry County, Marlboro County and Kershaw County. Its commander was Captain James C. Craig.
Added by Julious on Apr 15, 2014 12:27 PM
RE: Dr. James Chapman Craig
I do not know the exact number of children of James Chapman Craig. I only listed the ones entered on Findagrave. I don't know how many children he had by each wife. I have not researched this family to the fullest. This website is Findagrave and is really meant to be just what it says find a grave. The children that are listed are the ones that are documented on Findagrave.
Added by Julious on Apr 15, 2014 12:22 PM
Patti Yourko Burns
RE: Bessie Cook Flowers Memorial
I cannot remove photos etc from memorials I did not place on the memorial, please contact robin.

Added by Patti Yourko Burns on Oct 28, 2013 1:12 PM

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