CS Η Burnet, Andrew William

Dr. Andrew William Burnet Jr.

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Born: January 20, 1840

Birthplace: Charleston, South Carolina

Father: Andrew William Burnet Sr. 1811 – 1896
(Buried: Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina)​

Mother: Ann Burgh Smith 1817 – 1903
(Buried: Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina)​

Wife: Harriet Mary Shannon 1844 – 1908
(Buried: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina)​

Children:

Retta McWillie Burnet Corbett 1865 – 1936​
(Buried: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina)​
Burgh Smith Burnet 1867 – 1868​
(Buried: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina)​
Anne Smith Burnet Whitaker 1868 – 1946​
(Buried: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina)​
William Shannon Burnet 1871 – 1930​
(Buried: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina)​
Mattie L. Burnet 1872 – 1873​
(Buried: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina)​
Margaret Smith Burnet 1873 – 1945​
(Buried: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina)​
Dr. Andrew William “A.W.” Burnet 1876 – 1921​
(Buried: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina)​
Harriet Shannon Burnet Whitaker 1879 – 1957​
(Buried: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina)​
Elisabeth Rhett Burnet 1887 – 1887​
(Buried: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina)​

Education:

1861: Graduated from Medical College of South Carolina​

Civil War Career:

1861 – 1862: Assistant Surgeon, 9th​ South Carolina Infantry Regiment​
1862: Appointed Assistant Surgeon, Provisional Army of Confederacy​
1862: Assistant Surgeon, 11th​ South Carolina Infantry Regiment​
1862: Acting Surgeon in charge, Hospital, 10th ​South Carolina Battalion, Cavalry
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1863: Assistant Surgeon, 1st​ South Carolina Battalion, Sharpshooters​
1863: Assistant Surgeon, 15th​ South Carolina Battalion, Heavy Artillery​
1864: Assistant Surgeon, Fort Johnson, James Island, South Carolina​
1864: Assistant Medical Officer, 1st​ and 2nd​ South Carolina Artillery​
1864: Assistant Surgeon, 2nd​ South Carolina Cavalry Regiment​
1864: Assistant Surgeon, Sullivan’s Station, South Carolina​
1864 – 1865: Assistant Surgeon, 9th​ South Carolina Infantry Regiment​

Occupation after War:

1865 - 1894: Medical Doctor in Camden, and Kirkwood, South Carolina​

Died: June 1, 1894

Place of Death: Charleston, South Carolina

Cause of Death: Apoplexy

Age at time of Death: 54 years old

Burial Place: Quaker Cemetery, Camden, South Carolina
 
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