|Birth: ||Dec., 1730|
|Death: ||Sep. 27, 1805|
Major General William Moultrie. Born in Charleston, S.C., November 23, 1730. Second in command of Charleston's defenses during the American Revolution. He was taken prisoner when Charleston fell to the British in 1780. Member of the South Carolina House of Representatives 1783-1784. Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina in 1784 and Governor in 1785. He was elected to the South Carolina Senate in 1787 and was again elected Governor in 1792. Moultrie published in 1802 Memoirs of the American Revolution. He died in Charleston on September 27, 1805, and is buried on the grounds of Fort Moultrie, which is named after him.
Note: Major Continental Army
Saint James Goose Creek Cemetery
South Carolina, USA
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