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Capt Daniel Elliott Huger, III
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Birth: Nov. 16, 1830
South Carolina, USA
Death: Sep. 20, 1863
Walker County
Georgia, USA

Killed at the battle of Chickamauga. Captain and Inspector Manigault's Brigade, Killed leading 34th Alabama Regiment

In the memoirs Captain Steven P. Huger (d: 25 JAN 1863) is the brother-in-law to General Manigault and the brother of Mary Proctor (Huger) Manigault. Other brother-in-laws to General Manigault are Private Joseph Protctor Huger (d: 13 APR 1864) and Captain Daniel Elliott Huger (d: 20 SEP 1863). All buried in the Magnolia cemetery. To complete the family tree the three brothers to Mary Manigault are the children of Daniel Elliott Huger (1806-1874) and Carolina (Proctor) Huger (1814-1875). All three brothers-in-laws, like General Manigault, served as part of the Confederate Army. 
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  Daniel Elliott Huger (1806 - 1874)
  Carolina Proctor Huger (1814 - 1875)
  Daniel Elliott Huger (1830 - 1863)
  Mary Proctor Huger Manigault (1833 - 1893)*
  Stephen Proctor Huger (1842 - 1863)*
  William Elliott Huger (1844 - 1921)*
  Joseph Proctor Huger (1846 - 1864)*
  Isabella Middleton Huger (1855 - 1934)*
*Calculated relationship
Magnolia Cemetery
Charleston County
South Carolina, USA
Created by: Saratoga
Record added: Sep 19, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58898097
Capt Daniel Elliott Huger, III
Added by: Saratoga
Capt Daniel Elliott Huger, III
Added by: Saratoga
Capt Daniel Elliott Huger, III
Added by: Saratoga
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 Added: Nov. 9, 2014
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- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Jun. 2, 2014
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