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Bee Jr., Gen. Barnard Elliott b. February 8, 1824 d. July 22, 1861 Civil War Confederate Brigadier General. One of the first general officers to be killed in the American Civil War, he is best remembered for inspiring the famous nickname "Stonewall" upon then Brigadier General Thomas J. Jackson at the First Battle of Bull Run (also known as First Manassas). Born in Charleston, South Carolina to a prominent family of English ancestry, he moved with his family to Pendleton, South Carolina in 1833, where he attended the Pendleton Academy. Three years later, his...[Read More] (Bio by: William Bjornstad) Saint Pauls Episcopal Church Cemetery, Pendleton, Anderson County, South Carolina, USA
Burt, Francis b. January 13, 1807 d. October 18, 1854 Governor of the Nebraska Territory. Born in Pendleton, Anderson County, South Carolina, Francis Burt received his education at the Pendleton Academy. He read the law at the offices of Warren R. Davis, and established his own legal practice. In 1832 he was a delegate to South Carolina’s Nullification Convention, a statewide conference which sought to abolish the Federal Tariffs of 1828 and 1832. Also in 1832, Burt was...[Read More] (Bio by: EddieM) Saint Pauls Episcopal Church Cemetery, Pendleton, Anderson County, South Carolina, USA Plot: Unknown
Clemson, Thomas Greene b. July 1, 1807 d. April 6, 1888 Philanthropist. Born in Philadelphia, he was educated at Alden Partridge's Military Academy in Vermont and was further trained in agricultural at the Sorbonne Paris, France. Upon his return to the US, he co-authored significant legislation to promote agricultural education and engaged in farming in South Carolina in the 1830s. Thomas became active in the federal government, served as the ambassador to Belgium under four U.S. presidents and in 1860, took an office under President Buchanan that...[Read More] (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Saint Pauls Episcopal Church Cemetery, Pendleton, Anderson County, South Carolina, USA
Stevens, Gen. Clement Hoffman b. August 14, 1821 d. July 25, 1864 Civil War Confederate Brigadier General. The son of a Southern naval officer, he was born in Norwich, Connecticut and moved with his family to Florida when he was young and then to Pendleton, South Carolina in 1836. He served several years at sea as secretary to two relatives who were US Navy officers, Commodore (later Rear Admiral) William Shubrick and Commodore William Bee. By 1842 he had become a bank cashier at Charleston, South Carolina as well as an ordnance expert. In December 1860, when...[Read More] (Bio by: William Bjornstad) Saint Pauls Episcopal Church Cemetery, Pendleton, Anderson County, South Carolina, USA