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Col Charles Frederick Fisher
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Birth: Dec. 26, 1816
Salisbury
Rowan County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Jul. 21, 1861
Manassas
Prince William County
Virginia, USA

Born: December 26, 1816
Birthplace: Salisbury North Carolina
Father: Charles Fisher
Mother: Christine Beard Fisher
Wife: Elizabeth Caldwell Fisher Unknown 1836
(Buried: Old Lutheran Church Cemetery Salisbury North Carolina)
Education:
Attended Yale University
Occupation before War:
Mine Owner and Planter in Salisbury North Carolina
Editor of Western Carolinian Newspaper
1854 1855: North Carolina State Senator
1855 1861: President of North Carolina Railroad
Civil War Career:
1861: Colonel of 6th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
1861: Killed during the First Battle of Bull Run while leading charge


Died: July 21, 1861
Place of Death: Manassas Virginia
Age at time of Death: 44 years old
Burial Place: Old Lutheran Church Cemetery Salisbury North Carolina 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Susan Elizabeth Fisher (____ - 1836)
 
Burial:
Old Lutheran Church Cemetery
Salisbury
Rowan County
North Carolina, USA
 
Maintained by: Rob
Originally Created by: Stonewall
Record added: Sep 11, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11726202
Col Charles Frederick Fisher
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Col Charles Frederick Fisher
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Col Charles Frederick Fisher
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