CS Η Dwight, Richard Yeardon - Assistant Surgeon

Dr. Richard Yeadon Dwight

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Born: October 4, 1837

Father: Isaac Marion Dwight Sr. 1799 – 1873
(Buried: Pleasant Green Methodist Old Cemetery, Cooper Co., Missouri)​

Mother: Martha Marie Porcher 1807 – 1842
(Buried: Pooshee Plantation Cemetery, Bonneau, South Carolina)​

Wife: Rowena Ravenel 1837 – 1924
(Buried: Black Oak Cemetery, Bonneau, South Carolina)​

Children:

Elizabeth Ravenel Dwight 1864 – 1865​
(Buried: Saint Thaddeus Cemetery, Aiken, South Carolina)​
Rowena Ravenel Dwight 1868 – 1873​
(Buried: Pleasant Green Methodist Old Cemetery, Cooper Co,. Missouri)​
Isaac Marion Dwight Jr. 1869 – 1873​
(Buried: Pleasant Green Methodist Old Cemetery, Cooper Co., Missouri)​
Henry Ravenel Dwight 1873 – 1961​
(Buried: Black Oak Cemetery, Bonneau, South Carolina)​
Richard Yeardon Dwight Jr. 1876 – 1878​
(Buried: Pleasant Green Methodist Old Cemetery, Cooper Co., Missouri)​
Henrietta LaNoble Dwight 1877 – 1880​
(Buried: Pleasant Green Methodist Old Cemetery, Cooper Co., Missouri)​

Education:

1856: Graduated from South Carolina Military Academy​
1859: Graduated from Medical College of South Carolina​

Occupation before War:

1859 – 1861: Medical Doctor in Colleton District, South Carolina​

Civil War Career:

1861- 1862: Private, Company B, Holcombe's South Carolina Legion​
1862: Drill Master at Camp Blair, St. Paul's Parish, South Carolina​
1862 – 1864: 2nd​ Lt. in 1st​ South Carolina Infantry Regiment​
1862: Assistant Surgeon General Hospital, Warrenton, Virginia​
1864: Resigned as 2nd​ Lt. 1st​ South Carolina Infantry on July 27th​
1864: Assistant Surgeon in charge Convalescent Camp, Macon, Georgia​
1864: Appointed Assistant Surgeon Provisional Army of Confederacy​
1864: Confirmed as Assistant Surgeon by Confederate States Senate​
1865: Assistant Surgeon Floyd House Hospital, Macon, Georgia​
1865: Relieved from Hospital duty on March 23rd​

Occupation after War:

Medical Doctor in Fairfield County, South Carolina​
Medical Doctor in Cooper County, Missouri​
Medical Doctor in Berkeley County, South Carolina​

Died: December 6, 1919

Place of Death: Berkeley County, South Carolina

Cause of Death: Old Age

Age at time of Death: 82 years old

Burial Place: Black Oak Cemetery, Bonneau, South Carolina
 
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Dr. Richard Yeadon Dwight:
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Born: October 4, 1837View attachment 402082
Father: Isaac Marion Dwight Sr. 1799 – 1873
(Buried: Pleasant Green Methodist Old Cemetery Cooper Co. Missouri)
Mother: Martha Marie Porcher 1807 – 1842
(Buried: Pooshee Plantation Cemetery Bonneau South Carolina)
Wife: Rowena Ravenel 1837 – 1924
(Buried: Black Oak Cemetery Bonneau South Carolina)

Children:
Elizabeth Ravenel Dwight 1864 – 1865
(Buried: Saint Thaddeus Cemetery Aiken South Carolina)
Rowena Ravenel Dwight 1868 – 1873
(Buried: Pleasant Green Methodist Old Cemetery Cooper Co. Missouri)
Isaac Marion Dwight Jr. 1869 – 1873
(Buried: Pleasant Green Methodist Old Cemetery Cooper Co. Missouri)
Henry Ravenel Dwight 1873 – 1961
(Buried: Black Oak Cemetery Bonneau South Carolina)
Richard Yeardon Dwight Jr. 1876 – 1878
(Buried: Pleasant Green Methodist Old Cemetery Cooper Co. Missouri)
Henrietta LaNoble Dwight 1877 – 1880
(Buried: Pleasant Green Methodist Old Cemetery Cooper Co. Missouri)

Education:
1856: Graduated from South Carolina Military Academy
1859: Graduated from Medical College of South Carolina

Occupation before War:
1859 – 1861: Medical Doctor in Colleton District South Carolina

Civil War Career:
1861- 1862: Private Company B Holcombe's South Carolina Legion
1862: Drill Master at Camp Blair St. Paul's Parish South Carolina
1862 – 1864: 2nd​ Lt. in 1st​ South Carolina Infantry Regiment
1862: Assistant Surgeon General Hospital Warrenton Virginia
1864: Resigned as 2nd​ Lt. 1st​ South Carolina Infantry on July 27th​
1864: Assistant Surgeon in charge Convalescent Camp Macon Georgia
1864: Appointed Assistant Surgeon Provisional Army of Confederacy
1864: Confirmed as Assistant Surgeon by Confederate States Senate
1865: Assistant Surgeon Floyd House Hospital Macon Georgia
1865: Relieved from Hospital duty on March 23rd​

Occupation after War:
Medical Doctor in Fairfield County South Carolina
Medical Doctor in Cooper County Missouri
Medical Doctor in Berkeley County South Carolina


Died:
December 6, 1919
Place of Death: Berkeley County South Carolina
Cause of Death: Old Age
Age at time of Death: 82 years old
Burial Place: Black Oak Cemetery Bonneau South Carolina
Wife Rowena Ravenel is almost certainly related to Alfred F. Ravenel, President of the Northeastern Railroad (Charleston to Florence, SC) and Directors John Ravenel and Daniel Ravenel.
 

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Wife Rowena Ravenel is almost certainly related to Alfred F. Ravenel, President of the Northeastern Railroad (Charleston to Florence, SC) and Directors John Ravenel and Daniel Ravenel.
The Ravenel family has always been very prominent in South Carolina.
 
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