{⋆★⋆} BG Manigault, Arthur M.

Arthur Middleton Manigault

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Born: October 26, 1824

Birthplace:
Charleston, South Carolina

Father: Joseph Manigault 1763 – 1843
(Buried: French Protestant Huguenot Church, Charleston, South Carolina)​

Mother: Charlotte Drayton 1781 – 1855
(Buried: French Protestant Huguenot Church, Charleston, South Carolina)​

Wife: Mary Proctor Huger 1833 – 1893
(Buried: Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina)​

Married: April 18, 1850

Children:

Arthur Middleton Manigault Jr. 1851 – 1924​
(Buried: Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina)​
Caroline Huger Manigault 1853 – 1860​
(Buried: Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina)​
Mary Huger Manigault 1870 – 1948​
(Buried: Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina)​

Education:

Attended College of Charleston, didn't graduate​

Occupation before War:

1841 – 1846: Export Businessman in Charleston, South Carolina​
1846 – 1856: Commission Merchant in Charleston, South Carolina​
Served as 1st​ Lt. In the Palmetto Regiment during Mexican War​
1856 – 1861: Rice Plantation Owner in Georgetown, South Carolina​

Civil War Career:

1861: Lt. Colonel & Inspector during battle of Fort Sumter​
1861 – 1863: Colonel of 10th South Carolina Regiment​
Helped construct batteries for the defense of Winyah Bay, South Carolina​
1862: Ordered to dismantle coastal batteries & send guns to Charleston​
1862: In April, Commanded to take his troops & report to Mississippi​
1862: Saw action during the Siege of Corinth, Mississippi​
1862: Served with Army of Tennessee, at Battle of Stone's River​
1863: On April 26, Promoted to the rank of Brigadier General​
1863: Participated with Army of Tennessee, at Battle of Chickamauga​
1863: Participated with Army of Tennessee, at Battle of Missionary Ridge​
1864: Participated in the Atlanta Campaign, with Army of Tennessee​
1864: Wounded during the Battle of Resaca, Georgia
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1864: Wounded during the second battle of Franklin, Tennessee​

Occupation after war:

1864 – 1886: Rice Plantation Manager Georgetown, South Carolina​
1880 – 1886: South Carolina State Adjutant, & Inspector General​

Died: August 17, 1886

Place of Death: South Island, South Carolina

Cause of Death: Congestion of the brain

Age at time of Death: 61 years old

Burial Place: Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina
 
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