★★★ -Jamison, David Flavel

David Flavel Jamison:
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Born: December 14, 1810
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Birthplace: Orangeburg County South Carolina
Father: Dr. Van de Vestine Jamison 1765 – 1836
(Buried: Jamison Family Cemetery Jamison South Carolina)
Mother: Elizabeth Rumph 1783 – 1814
(Buried: Jamison Family Cemetery Jamison South Carolina)
Wife: Elizabeth Anne Carmichael Rumph 1814 – 1888
(Buried: Presbyterian Cemetery Orangeburg South Carolina)
Children:
David Rumph Jamison 1834 – 1908
(Buried: Presbyterian Cemetery Orangeburg South Carolina)
Caroline Harper “Carrie” Jamison Jenkins 1837 – 1902
(Buried: Magnolia Cemetery Charleston South Carolina)
Lt. John Wilson Jamison 1839 – 1886
(Buried: Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church Summerville South Carolina)
William Harper Jamison 1841 – 1887
(Buried: Welsh Neck Baptist Church Society Hill South Carolina)
Robert Van De Vestine Jamison 1843 – 1856
(Buried: Presbyterian Cemetery Orangeburg South Carolina)
Sallie Preston Jamison Wilson 1846 – 1894
(Buried: Welsh Neck Baptist Church Society Hill South Carolina)
Mary Dwight Jamison Breese 1847 – 1904
(Buried: U.S. Military Academy Post Cemetery West Point New York)
Elizabeth Rumph Jamison 1849 – 1930
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(Buried: Nacochee United Methodist Church Sautee Georgia)
Flavel Jamison 1851 – 1852
(Buried: Presbyterian Cemetery Orangeburg South Carolina)
Thomas Worth Jamison 1853 – 1924
(Buried: Loudon Park Cemetery Baltimore Maryland)
Flavel Deliesseline Jamison 1855 – 1856
(Buried: Presbyterian Cemetery Orangeburg South Carolina)
Clara Felicia Jamison Williams 1857 – 1942
(Buried: Nacochee United Methodist Church Sautee Georgia)

Education:
Attended South Carolina College

Occupation before War:
Attorney and Planter in Orangeburg South Carolina
1836 – 1848: South Carolina State Representative
Served in South Carolina State Militia Rising to General
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Civil War Career:
1860: President of South Carolina State Secession Convention
South Carolina State Secretary of War
1862 – 1864: Colonel and President of Military Court


Died:
September 14, 1864
Place of Death: Charleston South Carolina
Cause of Death: Yellow Fever
Age at time of Death: 53 years old
Burial Place: Presbyterian Cemetery Orangeburg South Carolina




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Joined
Sep 15, 2018
Location
South Texas
There is an unconfirmed story that Jamison's Daughter Caroline had his body disinterred and hidden so Sherman's invading forces couldn't find and desecrate the body.
 
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