Rather than reorganizing the regiment disbanded in April 1862, with many of the men and officers joining other South Carolina regiments. Some of the officers and men of Company C, subsequently served in Company E, Palmetto Regiment Sharpshooters SC. A few served in 2nd Company C 6th SC Infantry. Some served in 2nd Company E SC Infantry, and others in 2nd Company K 6th SC Infantry.
Companies Of The SC 9th Infantry Regiment
Company A - Lancaster County - Lancaster Greys. Became Company A of the SC 5th Infantry Regiment in 1862.
Company B - Richland County
Company C - Spartanburg County
Company D. Sumter and Clarendon Counties - Darlington Sentinels. Joined the Palmetto Sharpshooters in 1862.
Company E - Kershaw County
Company F - Sumter and Chesterfield Counties
Company G. Darlington County - Hartsville Light Infantry. Became Company E of the SC 6th Infantry Regiment in 1862.
Company H - Edgefield County
Company I. Clarendon County
Company K - Lexington County - Pickens Sentinels. Joined the Palmetto Sharpshooters in 1862.
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