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The regiment had been commanded up to that time by Lieutenant Colonel Foster, of Spartanburg, with James M. Baxter as Major, D.R. Rutherford as Adjutant, Dr. D.E. Ewart Surgeon, John McGowan Quartermaster.
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B.B. Foster, Lieutenant Colonel, Spartanburg.
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Company D-T.B. Furgerson, Spartanburg and Union.
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One night, shortly after this, one of the companies from Spartanburg had been sent out about three miles to the intersection of a country road leading off to the left.
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The companies that were to compose the Third Regiment elected him their Colonel, but in his absence, when the troops were called into service, they were commanded for the time by Lieutenant Colonel Foster, of Spartanburg.
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Lieutenant Colonel C.B. Foster, of the Third South Carolina Regiment, was born in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, at the old Foster homestead, near Cedar Springs, in 1817.
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Colonel Foster was a member of the Legislature before the war, and represented Spartanburg County in the Secession Convention, along with Simpson Bobo, Dr. J.H. Carlisle, and others.
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After the Convention adjourned he returned to his home in Spartanburg and immediately began drilling a company for the war.
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At that time he lived near Glenn Springs, Spartanburg County.
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First Lieutenant John W. Wofford commanded the company till the surrender, and after the war became State Senator from Spartanburg.
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After the battle of Chancellorsville a member of Company D, from Spartanburg, took the sutler an oil cloth to buy.
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Two battalions later went to Spartanburg for training, but remained there only a couple of weeks.
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Examples of Spartanburg

Example #1
Men who had no other means of procuring something to eat were nearly starved to death.
Example #2
Cadets were sent from the Citadel as drill masters to all the regiments, and for six hours daily the ears were greeted with "hep-hep" to designate the "left" foot "down" while on the drill.
Example #3
What was yesterday a proud, well-disciplined army that had accomplished during the first part of the day all, or more, that even the most sanguine General could have expected-crossed rivers, pulled themselves over the mountains, assaulted and surprised an enemy who lay in feeling security behind almost impregnable fortifications, routed and driven them from the field, capturing almost the whole camp equipage with twenty field pieces-now before him poured, the same victorious army, beaten, stampeded, without order or discipline, all the fruits of victory and his own camp equipage gone, his wagon trains abandoned, the men without arms, his cannoneers without cannonry and every color trailing in the dust.
Example #4
James M. Baxter, Major, Newberry.
Example #5
Sheridan did not even hope to stop our victorious march, only to check it sufficiently to enable him to save the remnant of his army.
Example #6
The latter was awry, and the former had been routed from their entrenchments by the bayonet of the Confederates.