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is father having died in 1861. During the next four years Lieutenant Haltiwanger was engaged in school teaching in Edgefield and adjoining counties, after which he farmed for eight years in Lexington. Since 1881 he has been engaged in mercantile business and dealing in cotton at Columbia, and prospering, it is pleasing to note, in his various enterprises. By his marriage in 1869 to Mary Ellen Counts, he has seven children: Catherine E., wife of L. E. Barre; George W., Albert Claudius, James Hawkins, Harriet Estelle, Mary Ella, and Carl Abner. Two brothers of Lieutenant Haltiwanger were in the Confederate service: Albert J., in the quartermaster's department of the Twenty-fifth Georgia, and John J., who went out with the sixteenyear-old boys in 1864, in the Twenty-second South Carolina, and died from exposure at Charleston before the close of the year. Lieutenant James A. Hamilton, when the call to arms was sounded in January, 1861, left his plantation interests on Port Royal is