The Garrison Defending Fort Sumter

The Garrison Defending Fort Sumter (HMKO8)

Location: Charleston, SC 29412 Charleston County
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Country: United States of America
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N 32° 45.136', W 79° 52.497'

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During the Bombardment

— April 12-14, 1861 —

Erected by the United States
1932
In memory of the Garrison
Defending Fort Sumter
during the bombardment
April 12-14, 1861


Major Robert Anderson
First U.S. Artillery
commanding
Corps of Engineers
Captain John G. Foster
1st Lieut. George W. Snyder
2nd Lieut. Richard K. Meade

Medical Department
Asst. Surg. Samuel W. Crawford

1st U.S. Artillery
Captain Abner Doubleday
1st Lieut. Jefferson C. Davis
1st Lieut. Truman Seymour
2nd Lieut. Norman J. Hall
Ordnance Sgt. James Kearney
Q.M. Sgt. Willaim H. Hamner

Band
Sgt. James E. Gallway
Corp. Andrew Smith
Pvt. Patrick Murphy
Pvt. Tedeschi Onoratto
Pvt. Peter Rice
Pvt. Henry Schmidt
Pvt. John Urquhart
Pvt. Andrew Wickstrom

Company E
1st Sgt. Eugene Scheibner
Sgt. Thomas Kirnan
Sgt. James Chester
Corp. Owen McGuire
Corp. Francis J. Oakes
Corp. Charles Bringhurst
Corp. Henry Ellerbrook
Musician Charles Hall
Artificer Philip Andermann
Artificer John Emil Noack

Privates
Cornelius Baker
Thomas Carroll
Patrick Clancy
John Davis
James Digdam
George Fielding
Edward Gallway
James Gibbons
James Hays
Daniel Hough
John Irwin
James McDonald
Samuel Miller
John Newport
George Pinchard
Frank Rivers
Lewis Schroeder
Carl A. Sellmann
John Thompson
Charles H. Tozer
William Witzmann

Company H
1st Sgt. John Renehan
Sgt. James McMahon
Sgt. John Carmody
Sgt. John Otto
Corp. Christopher Costolan
Musician Robert Foster
Artificer Henry Strandt

Privates
Edward Brady
Barney Cain
John Doran
Dennis Johnson
John Kehoe
John Klein
John Lanagan
John Laroche
Frederick Lintner
John McGill
Frederick Meier
James Moore
William Morter
Patrick Neilan
John Nixon
Michael O'Donald
Robert Roe
William Walker
Joseph Wall
Edward Walsh
Henry R. Walter
Herman Will
Thomas Wishnouski
Caspar Wutterrel

Hospital Steward
Edward Wetfieldt

Matron
Ann Amella Weitfeildt
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HM NumberHMKO8
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Year Placed1932
Placed ByThe United States
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Date Added Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 at 4:33pm PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)17S E 605393 N 3624383
Decimal Degrees32.75226667, -79.87495000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 32° 45.136', W 79° 52.497'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds32° 45' 8.16" N, 79° 52' 29.82" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)843
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 472-498 Unnamed Road, Charleston SC 29412, US
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