★★★ -Rutledge, Henry Middleton

Henry Middleton Rutledge:
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Born: August 5, 1839
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Birthplace: South Carolina
Father: Frederick Rutledge 1800 – 1884
(Buried: Saint John in the Wilderness Cemetery Flat Rock N.C.)
Mother: Henrietta Middleton 1813 – 1842
(Buried: Saint John in the Wilderness Cemetery Flat Rock N.C.)
1st​ Wife: Ann Maria “Dolly” Blake 1843 – 1872
(Buried: Calvary Episcopal Church Fletcher North Carolina)
2nd​ Wife:
Margaret Hamilton Seabrook 1849 – 1925
(Buried: Saint John in the Wilderness Cemetery Flat Rock N.C.)
Children:
Frederick Rutledge 1867 – 1958
(Buried: Calvary Episcopal Church Fletcher North Carolina)
Thomas Pinckney Rutledge 1879 – 1954
(Buried: Magnolia Cemetery Charleston South Carolina)
Archibald Hamilton Rutledge 1883 – 1973
(Buried: Hampton Plantation Cemetery McClellanville South Carolina)
Mary Pinckney Rutledge Stroman 1886 – 1962
(Buried: McClellanville Methodist Church McClellanville S.C.)

Education:
Attended University of Virginia

Occupation before War:
Lived in Henderson County North Carolina

Civil War Career:
1861: Lt. Of Infantry for Provisional Army of the Confederacy
1861 – 1862: Major of 25th​ North Carolina Infantry Regiment
1862: Lt. Colonel of 25th​ North Carolina Infantry Regiment
1862 – 1865: Colonel of 25th​ North Carolina Infantry Regiment
1862: Wounded during the Battle of Malvern Hill Virginia
1862: Wounded during the Battle of Antietam Maryland
1864: Wounded in left Arm during the Battle of Petersburg Virginia
1865: Surrendered at Appomattox Virginia

Occupation after War:
Planter in Georgetown South Carolina



Died:
June 10, 1921
Place of Death: Flat Rock North Carolina
Age at time of Death: 81 years old
Burial Place: Saint Johns in the Wilderness Flat Rock North Carolina


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Major
Joined
Sep 15, 2018
Location
South Texas
His commission to Colonel was on May 17, 1862 less than a month after being promoted to a Lt. Colonel on April 29, 1862.
 
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