St. Lawrence Cemtery - German Section Charleston, South Carolina
Notes Regarding Death
Baker, James A. Private D 5th SC Cavalry ( Ferguson's ) Aug 1864 In hospital in Charleston Brown, John Boatswain C S Gunboat Chicora 7-Feb-65 Burns, Lawrence E. Private D 25th SC ( Washington Light Infantry ) DeCaradeue, Antoine Private C 1st SC Cavalry 3-Nov-62 Died at Winder Hospital, Richmond. Aged 16 DeCaradeue, Frank C 1st SC Cavalry Donoghue, Bernard C. S. A. 14-Feb-65 Killed on Sullivan's Island. Aged 19 years. Duc, Virgil 2nd Lieutenant E 25th SC ( Eutaw's ) 6-Jan-65 Died on parole of disease Dufort, John L. Private E 25th SC ( Eutaw's ) Oct 1864 Walked from Virginia to Charleston. Died of fever contracted in the Army. Dutrieux, Felix C. Guidon Bearer Kanapaux SC Light Artillery ( Lafayette's ) 6-Sep-65 Kennedy, John L. Captain B 7th SC Battalion (Enfield Rifles) 16-Jan-68 A native of Louisiana Kerridore, ____ C. S. A. Maddighan, ____ Sergeant C. S. A. 5-Dec-62 Died at Roper Hospital of gun shot wound McNamee, _____ Lieutenant C. S. A. Ryan, William H. Captain H 27th SC ( Irish Volunteers ) 5-Feb-05 Fell while leading the charge at Battery Wagner Sullivan, James F. Private I 2nd SC ( Palmetto Guard )
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