|Birth: ||Nov. 22, 1822, Trinidad And Tobago|
|Death: ||Jul. 24, 1916|
Antebellum, he was a Fredericksburg merchant (Mander & Gouldman tailors) and member of the Whig Party.
Company A ""Washington Guards" of Fredericksburg, 30th Virginia Infantry, Corse's Brigade, Picketts' Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A.
Enlisted on 5/1/1864 at Kinston, NC., he was mustered into "A" Co. VA 30th Infantry as a Private.
Detached at General Pickett's Headquarters as a telegraph operator.
On 9/27/1864 Clothing Receipt Roll.
No further record.
On 5/20/1864 in Fredericksburg, he and 61 other Fredericksburg area citizens were arrested and sent to Ft. Delaware by the U.S. Army and held hostage for the return of 60 Federal troops who had been arrested by civilian authorities as unorderly, armed stragglers. The exchange was finalized a few months later.
Postwar, Charles was a news & periodicals dealer (owned a bookstore) and during the 1870s published "The Recorder" for a couple of years with his brother.
The 30th Infantry Regiment completed its organization at Fredericksburg, Virginia, in June, 1861. Men of this unit were from Fredericksburg and the counties of Spotsylvania, Caroline, Stafford, and King George.
(bio by: BigFrench)
B. Mary Louise Kane (or King?) Mander*
Barbara McWhirt Hancock (1819 - 1899)*
Mary Emily Mander (____ - 1904)*
Rebecca C. Mander (____ - 1945)*
James Kane Mander (1850 - 1898)*
Kate James Mander (1851 - 1934)*
Susan Gill Mander (1859 - 1861)*
Plot: Section 1, Lot 9, Unmarked
Maintained by: BigFrench
Originally Created by: Florence Barnick
Record added: Jul 04, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 72600178
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