St. Lawrence Cemtery - German Section
Charleston, South Carolina

SurName, Given Rank Unit CO Date Died Notes Regarding Death
Baker, James A.PrivateD5th SC Cavalry ( Ferguson's ) Aug 1864In hospital in Charleston
Brown, JohnBoatswain C S Gunboat Chicora7-Feb-65 
Burns, Lawrence E.PrivateD25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry )  
DeCaradeue, AntoinePrivateC1st SC Cavalry3-Nov-62Died at Winder Hospital, Richmond. Aged 16
DeCaradeue, Frank C1st SC Cavalry  
Donoghue, Bernard  C. S. A.14-Feb-65Killed on Sullivan's Island. Aged 19 years.
Duc, Virgil2nd LieutenantE25th SC ( Eutaw's )6-Jan-65Died on parole of disease
Dufort, John L.PrivateE25th SC ( Eutaw's )Oct 1864Walked from Virginia to Charleston. Died of fever contracted in the Army.
Dutrieux, Felix C.Guidon BearerKanapauxSC Light Artillery ( Lafayette's )6-Sep-65 
Kennedy, John L.CaptainB7th SC Battalion (Enfield Rifles)16-Jan-68A native of Louisiana
Kerridore, ____  C. S. A.  
Maddighan, ____Sergeant C. S. A.5-Dec-62Died at Roper Hospital of gun shot wound
McNamee, _____Lieutenant C. S. A.  
Ryan, William H.CaptainH27th SC ( Irish Volunteers )5-Feb-05Fell while leading the charge at Battery Wagner
Sullivan, James F.PrivateI2nd SC ( Palmetto Guard )  

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