|Death: ||Feb. 1, 1903|
Son of a French officer; his mother was born in Round Island, Mississippi.
Lieutenant in the Crescent Regiment, Confederate Army, commanded by General Marshall J. Smith. Wounded at the Battle of Shiloh and taken prisoner. Escaped from Ft. Delaware by swimming across the mouth of the Delaware Bay. Made his way to New York, then to New Orleans, passing through Union lines. Became connected with the Transmississippi River Department under General Buckner. Detailed as a Secret Service Agent and delivered secret dispatches and orders. Wounded a second time on Red River. He returned to New Orleans at the close of the war.
Prominent member of the Southern Yacht Club, the Pickwick Club, and the Army of Tennessee.
Conducted business as a cotton factor under the name of H.A. Frederic.
Residence: 4919 Magazine Street New Orleans
Survived by his widow, Eugenie Gerard, a brother and two sisters.
NOTE: His widow, Eugenie Gerard de St. Ferol, died Feb. 13, 1906. She was a native of New Orleans.
Louis Augustus Frederic de St Ferol (1794 - 1840)
Emily Marie Delmas Frederic de St Ferol (1813 - 1894)
Louise A. Frederic Kent (1863 - 1890)*
Washington Emile Frederic De St Ferol (1829 - 1903)*
Hermes A. Frederic De St Ferol (1834 - 1903)
Josephine Antoinette Frederic de St. Ferol Donovan (1836 - 1916)*
Plot: Section 94 - H.A. Frederic de St. Ferol
Maintained by: Jones
Originally Created by: Barbara Munson
Record added: Nov 16, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80562965
St. Ferol, Frederick A. H., 1st. Lt. Co. B, Cons. Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Rodney, Miss., Feb. 14, 1864. Forwd. from Vicksburg, Miss., to Cairo, Ill., Feb. 27, 1864. Recd. Camp Chase, Ohio, March 10, 1864. Sent to F...(Read more)|
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