City of Charleston Burial Grounds
Charleston, South Carolina

SurName, Given Rank Unit CO Date Died Notes Regarding Death Name of Cemetery
Axon, J. WaringCaptainA27th SC ( Calhoun Guards )24-Jun-64Killed near Petersburg, VA. Aged 35 Years.First Baptist Church
Gitsinger, Benjamin R.PrivateI1st SC Artillery16-Nov-63Died from disease contracted in the Army. Aged 38 years.First Baptist Church
Hyde, Samuel T.PrivateE1st SC ( Charleston ) Battalion ( Gaillard's ) ( Sumter Guards )18-Jul-64Killed at Battery Wagner. Aged 17 years.First Baptist Church
McTureous, Joseph CowenSergeantG5th SC Cavalry ( Wilmington Rangers )18-Jul-63Died of typhoid fever contracted in camp. Aged 20 years.First Baptist Church
Merritt, William BlackwoodSergeant SC Artillery ( Marion Artillery )11-May-62Died in Charleston.First Baptist Church
Saltus, SamuelPrivateB25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry ) Killed in Secessonville.First Baptist Church
Snares, BaselPrivateA1st SC ( Charleston ) Battalion ( Gaillard's )1862 First Baptist Church
Mellichump, William StilesPrivate 27th SC ( Calhoun Guards )02-Mar-64Died from exposure at Fort SumterCircular ( Congregational ) Church
Ramsay, DavidMajor 1st SC ( Charleston ) Battalion ( Gaillard's )14-Aug-64Died of wounds received at Battery Wagner.Circular ( Congregational ) Church
Smith, Horace WaringPrivate 27th SC ( Calhoun Guards )15-Feb-64Died of disease contracted in camp.Circular ( Congregational ) Church
Tennent, Gilbert W.Private 27th SC ( Calhoun Guards )  Circular ( Congregational ) Church
Wittemore, WilliamPrivate 25th SC, Hampton Legion Died of disease at Manassas Juntion, VACircular ( Congregational ) Church
Petit, James MonroePrivateD7th NC28-Nov-63Died of disease contracted in camp. 47 years of age.St. John's ( Episcopal ) Chapel, Hanover Street
Stewart, M. J. B.Private Washington Artillery15-Jan-65Died of disease contracted in camp. 42 years of age.St. John's ( Episcopal ) Chapel, Hanover Street
Axon, Charles HenryCaptain 1st SC30-Jul-61 St. Michael's ( Episcopal ) Church
Beesley, Edward BlandPrivateA25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry )31-Jul-62 St. Michael's ( Episcopal ) Church
Frost, Edward DownesCaptainParkerSC Artillery ( Marion Artillery )11-Dec-63Killed by explosion at Fort Sumter. Remains consumed by the fire.St. Michael's ( Episcopal ) Church
Heyward, William CrugerColonel 11th SC19-Sep-63 St. Michael's ( Episcopal ) Church
Pringle, Charles Alston1st Lieutenant 1st SC29-Jun-62Died of malaris fever contracted in camp on John's IslandSt. Michael's ( Episcopal ) Church
Pringle, RobertCaptainB15th SC Heavy Artillery (Lucas') Battalion21-Aug-63Killed at Battery Wagner. Aged 26 years.St. Michael's ( Episcopal ) Church
Ravenel Jr., WilliamCadet S C Military Academy ( The Citadel )23-Aug-63Died of typhoid fever. Detailed for guard duty.St. Michael's ( Episcopal ) Church
Parker, John E.Private Kirkwood Rangers24-Dec-61Died at Camp Dulany near Dumfis, VA.St. Paul's ( Episcopal ) Church
Wagner, William H.Captain  13-Oct-63A. D. C. to General RipleySt. Paul's ( Episcopal ) Church
Heyward, Edward B.PrivateParkerSC Artillery ( Marion Artillery )16-Dec-64Aged 24 years.St. Peter's ( Episcopal ) Church
Bancroft, Matthew V.Major 23rd SC ( Hatch's Coast Rangers )22-Jun-64Killed at Petersburg, Virgina.St. Philip's ( Episcopal ) Church
Fergusn, Joseph S. ParkerSC Artillery ( Marion Artillery )15-Jul-63Died of typhoid fever at Battery Wagner. Detailed with Signal Corp.St. Philip's ( Episcopal ) Church
Gibson, Walter EwingPrivateA25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry )31-Oct-63Killed by the falling of the wall at Fort SumterSt. Philip's ( Episcopal ) Church
Ingraham, William GaillairdLieutenant 23rd SC ( Bee Rifles )08-Mar-63Died of typhoid pneumonia contracted in camp. At time of death acting Adjutant of the Regiment.St. Philip's ( Episcopal ) Church
Lee, Lawrence SPrivateA25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry )31-Oct-63Killed by the falling of the wall at Fort SumterSt. Philip's ( Episcopal ) Church
Lesene, Francis Kinloch S.PrivateParkerSC Artillery ( Marion Artillery )24-Jun-65Died from effects of campaign in North Carolina.St. Philip's ( Episcopal ) Church
Manigault, Alfred K4th SC Cavalry ( Charleston Light Dragoons )20-Feb-65Died at Winnsboro, SC from disease contracted at camp. Aged 24 years.St. Philip's ( Episcopal ) Church
Pritchard, William A25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry )16-Aug-62Died from country fever contracted in camp at James Island. Aged 20 years.St. Philip's ( Episcopal ) Church
Smith, William MasonAdjt 27th SC16-Aug-64Died of wounds received at Cold Harbor, VA.St. Philip's ( Episcopal ) Church
Manigault, PeterPrivate 4th SC CavalryDec 1861Killed at Oconee Bridge, GA. Aged 61 years.Huguenot ( Fench Proteseant ) Church
Cohen MD, Marx EdwardPrivate Hart's ( Halsey's ) Company, SC Horse Artillery Volunteers (Washington Artillery)19-Mar-65Killed at Bentonville, NC. Aged 25Beth Elohim ( Hebrew ) Graveyard, Coming Street
Goldsmith, Isaac P.CorporalB17th (6th) SC Battalion Cavalary ( Willington Rangers )12-Aug-62Aged 24 years.Beth Elohim ( Hebrew ) Graveyard, Coming Street
Goldsmith, Mikell M.PrivateGProvost Guard30-Aug-64Killed near Macon, GA. Aged 17 years.Beth Elohim ( Hebrew ) Graveyard, Coming Street
Mordecai Jr., Thomas W.Private  11-May-61Died of disease at Fort Moultrie.Beth Elohim ( Hebrew ) Graveyard, Coming Street
Moses, Edwin L.PrivateD27th SC15-Jun-64Died as a prisoner at Camp Chase, Ohio. Aged 25 years. Body removed from Ohio to homeBeth Elohim ( Hebrew ) Graveyard, Coming Street
Poznanski, Gustavas   12-Jun-62Killed at Secessionville.Beth Elohim ( Hebrew ) Graveyard, Coming Street
Valentine, Isaac D.Private 1st SC ( Charleston ) Battalion ( Gaillard's ) ( Sumter Guards )12-Jun-62Killed at Secessionville. Aged 29 years.Beth Elohim ( Hebrew ) Graveyard, Coming Street
Blum, Robert A.1st LieutenantB25th SC ( Eutaw Regiment ), Hampton's Legion Died of disease.St. John's ( Lutheran ) Church
Saylor, Henry E.SergeantD1st SC ( Charleston ) Battalion ( Gaillard's ) ( Sumter Guards )03-Aug-63Mortally wounded at Battery Wagner, Aged 30 years.St. John's ( Lutheran ) Church
Kingman, Robert H. ( W. )Quartermaster Regimental F&S24th SC02-Jan-63Died of typhoid pneumonia contracted at Secessionville. A D C to General C. H. StevensWentworth Street ( Lutheran ) Church
Kirkwood, W. D. H.CaptainParkerSC Artillery Light ( Marion Artillery )1862A. D. C. to General John A WagnerWentworth Street ( Lutheran ) Church
Muckenfuss, William CapersPrivateA25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry )29-Jul-62Aged 18 years.Bethel ( Lutheran ) Church
Reeder, Thomas PrivateAManigault's SC Artillery Battalion23-Jul-64Siege Train ( 18th Heavy Artillery Battalion ). Aged 23 yearsBethel ( Lutheran ) Church
Veronee, WilliamLieutenantAManigault's SC Artillery Battalion09-Nov-62Siege Train ( 18th Heavy Artillery Battalion ).Killed by accident on SC Railroad. Aged 31 yearsBethel ( Lutheran ) Church
Warren MD, T. J. A2nd SC ( Palmetto Guard )15-Dec-63 Bethel ( Lutheran ) Church
Albergotti, W. M.PrivateA5th SC Cavalry26-Feb-65Died in Columbia from disease contracted in camp. Aged 36 yearsTrinity ( Lutheran ) Church
Reeves, _____ A1st SC ( Charleston ) Battalion ( Gaillard's )1862 Trinity ( Lutheran ) Church
Brown, GeorgeCaptainC27th SC16-Jun-64Killed before Petersburg, VAFirst ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Scotch )
Gelling, George BrownLieutenantC27th SC16-Jun-64Killed before Petersburg, VAFirst ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Scotch )
Greer, Richard WalshLieutenantB25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry ) ( Eutaw's )16-Jun-62Killed on James IslandFirst ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Scotch )
Hopkins, J. WardCaptainD27th SC16-Jun-64Killed before Petersburg, VAFirst ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Scotch )
King, HenryCaptainD27th SC16-Jun-62Killed at Secessionville.First ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Scotch )
Martin, William Ogier  25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry ) ( Eutaw's )June 1862Killed at Secessionville.First ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Scotch )
Stevens, James B. A25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry ) ( Eutaw's )  First ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Scotch )
Strawinski, T.  C. S. A. Killed accidently on Sullivan's Island. A native of Poland.First ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Scotch )
Bird, Isaac BaileyPrivateI2nd SC ( Palmetto Guard )19-Aug-64Wounded July 20, 1864 in front of Petersburg. Died at Wilmington, NC. Aged 25 years.Second ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Flynn's )
Buist MD, Edward SomersAssistant Surgeon  08-Nov-61Killed at Port Royal while in discharge of his duty, ministering the wounded. Aged 25 yearsSecond ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Flynn's )
Fogartie, EdwardPrivateAManigault's SC Artillery Battalion1862Siege Train ( 18th Heavy Artillery Battalion ). Died in Charleston of typhoid fever.Second ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Flynn's )
Gilliland, Edward B.   27-Jun-64Died at Washington, GA.Second ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Flynn's )
Lannean Jr, FleetwoodSergeantB25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry ) ( Eutaw's )16-Jun-62Killed at Secessionville. Aged 23 years.Second ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Flynn's )
Robinson, ArthurPrivate 4th SC Cavalry ( Charleston Light Dragoons )28-May-64Killed at Hawe's Shop, VA. Aged 22 years.Second ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Flynn's )
Robinson, Samuel2nd LieutenantA1st SC ( Charleston ) Battalion ( Gaillard's ) ( Sumter Guards )17-Sep-62Killed while acting as Captain at Sharpsburg, MD.Second ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Flynn's )
Taverner, John H.  25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry ) ( Eutaw's )16-Jun-62Wounded at Secessionville. Died in Hospotal. A native of England.Second ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Flynn's )
Whitney, Henry Frost   13-Jun-64Killed in Virginia.Second ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Flynn's )
Whittaker, William  C. S. A.  Second ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Flynn's )
Caldwell, R. ShapterPrivateB25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry ) ( Eutaw's ) Died from wounds.Third ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Central )
Dunn, EdmundPrivateI27th SC Died from disease contracte in service. Aged 32 years.Third ( Presbyterian ) Church ( Central )
Allemong, Alesander A.LieutenantH27th SC22-Jun-64Died at Petersburg of wounds. Aged 32 years.St. Mary's ( Roman Catholic ) Church
Hurst, James M.SergeantI27th SC1863Killed at Battery Wagner.St. Mary's ( Roman Catholic ) Church
Lelane, George M.Lieutenant Beaugregard Light Infantry1863Killed in Virginia.St. Mary's ( Roman Catholic ) Church
Marion, John P.SergeantB25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry ) ( Eutaw's ) Died in Hospital in Virginia.St. Mary's ( Roman Catholic ) Church
Tronche, Augustus J.  C. S. A.  St. Mary's ( Roman Catholic ) Church
Bee, William EdwarrdPrivateD27th SC ( Sumter Guard )19-May-64Killed at Swift Creek, near Petersburg, VA. Aged 21 years.Unitarian
Gray, AlfredPrivateB25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry ) ( Eutaw's )21-Aug-64Killed near Petersburg, VA.Unitarian
Kerr, T. J.Private Palmetto Guard10-Feb-61Killed at James Island.Unitarian
Rose, AlexanderLieutenant   Killed at Jackson, MS. A D C to General W M Gardner.Unitarian

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