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Magnolia Cemetery

Civil War Section 

(LOCATED ON THE MAIN MONUMENT IN CIVIL WAR BURIAL GROUNDS)

In memory

Of the Sons of Charleston;

who

Fell around her walls,

who

sleep on many battlefields

in

Virgina, Maryland, Pennsylvania,

Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia,

Louisiana, Mississippi and

North Carolina;

and who

lie in distant graves around

their Northern Prisons

(Marker to the right of Main Monument in graveyard as you enter the holy grounds;)

IN

MEMORY OF

J. MORRIS WAMPLER

MAJOR C.S.A.

WAS BORN IN BALTIMORE,

MAY 3RD, 1830

KILLED AT HIS POST

CHIEF ENGINEER BAT. WAGNER

AUG. 17TH, 1863

 

(Oblong monument to the left of the Main monument in the grave yard.)

(ON ONE SIDE OF MOUMENT)

CAPTAIN CHARLESTON ZOUAVE CADETS S.C.V.

CAPTAIN GIST GUARD ARTILLERY, P.A.C.S.

CHIEF OF ARTILLERY DURING SIEGE OF BATTERY WAGNER

(ON ONE SIDE OF THE MONUMENT)

PRINTER PUBLISHER AND EDITOR AT THE AGE OF NINETEEN

(LOCATED ON THE END OF THE MONUMENT)

PRELATE OF THE ORDER OF KNIGHTS TEMPLAR

AND FREE MASON

OF THE 32ND DEGREE

(LOCATED ON TOP OF MONUMENT)

REV. CHARLES EDWARD CHICHESTER

 BORN

 JUNE 12, 1839

DIED DEC. 8, 1888

 PASTOR

 ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WINNSBORO, S.C.

 1873-1878

 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, FLORENCE, S.C.

 1880-1884

CHAPLIN CHARLESTON PORT SOCIETY

1884-1898

 THANK CHRIST JESUS OUR LORD THAT HE

COUNTED ME FAITHFUL PUTTING ME

INTO THE MINISTRY

 

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