The Chester Volunteers, Captain Robert Mills Dunovants's company of the Palmetto Regiment, were one of the many South Carolina military units who made up the army that fought in the War with Mexico. In the center, holding the flag for the regiment, is Nathaniel Ridley Eaves. The company was enrolled at Chesterville on November 30, 1846.
Courtesy of the South Caroliniana Library.
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