★★★ -De Treville, Richard

Richard De Treville Sr.:
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Born: November 29, 1801
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Birthplace: Beaufort South Carolina
Father: Robert LaBourlarderie de Treville 1782 – 1817
Mother: Sarah Ellis 1782 – 1861
(Buried: Bethel United Methodist Church Charleston South Carolina)
1st​ Wife: Esther Hutson “Hetty” Gregorie 1809 – 1826
(Buried: Stoney Creek Cemetery Sheldon South Carolina)
2nd​ Wife: Cornelia Matilda Joyner 1810 – 1854
(Buried: Beaufort Baptist Churchyard Beaufort South Carolina)
Children:
William Joyner De Treville 1830 – 1897
(Buried: Episcopal Cemetery Orangeburg South Carolina)
Sarah De Treville 1831 – 1833
(Buried: Beaufort Baptist Churchyard Beaufort South Carolina)
Lt. Colonel Robert De Treville 1833 – 1865
(Buried: Chicora Civil War Cemetery Harnett County North Carolina)
Richard De Treville Jr. 1834 – 1869
(Buried: Saint Pauls Episcopal Cemetery Summerville South Carolina)
Cornelia E. De Treville 1836 – 1892
(Buried: Saint Pauls Episcopal Cemetery Summerville South Carolina)
Florence Matilda De Treville Symington 1838 – 1905
(Buried: Green Mount Cemetery Baltimore Maryland)
Emma Elizabeth De Treville 1840 – 1880
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(Buried: Saint Pauls Episcopal Cemetery Summerville South Carolina)
Dr. Edward W. De Treville 1841 – 1867
(Buried: Episcopal Cemetery Orangeburg South Carolina)
John LaBoulardrie De Treville Sr. 1846 – 1902
(Buried: Hollywood Cemetery Richmond Virginia)
Louis De Treville 1851 – 1916
(Buried: Elmwood Memorial Gardens Columbia South Carolina)
Lena De Treville 1856 – 1859
(Buried: Magnolia Cemetery Charleston South Carolina)

Education:
1823: Graduated West Point Military Academy – (11th​ in class)

Occupation before War:
1823: Brevet 2nd​ Lt. United States Army 3rd​ Artillery
1823 – 1825: 2nd​ Lt. United States Army 2nd​ Artillery
1825: Resigned from United States Army on April 30th​
1825 – 1854: Attorney in Beaufort South Carolina
1828: Major of South Carolina State Militia
1828 – 1833: Lt. Colonel South Carolina State Militia
1830 – 1832: South Carolina State Representative
1833 – 1836: Colonel South Carolina State Militia
1844: South Carolina Presidential Elector
1854: Member Board of Visitors at West Point Military Academy
1854 – 1861: Attorney in Charleston South Carolina
1854 – 1856: Lt. Governor of South Carolina

Civil War Career:
1861 – 1865: Attorney in Charleston South Carolina
Colonel of 1st​ South Carolina State Reserves

Occupation after War:
1865 – 1874: Attorney in Charleston South Carolina


Died:
November 24, 1874
Place of Death: Summerville South Carolina
Age at time of Death: 72 years old
Burial Place: Saint Pauls Episcopal Church Summerville South Carolina



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