Colonel Gabriel Manigault (CSA)

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Gabriel Manigault

Birthdate: (78)
Death: January 20, 1888 (78)
Immediate Family:

Son of Joseph Manigault and Charlotte Manigault
Husband of Anne M. Mazyck
Father of Edward Middleton Manigault, Sr.
Brother of Henry Middleton Manigault; Peter Manigault; Major Edward Manigault (CSA); Brig. General Arthur Middleton Manigault (CSA); Charles Drayton Manigault and 1 other

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About Colonel Gabriel Manigault (CSA)

South Carolina lawyer, author, and planter. He was the son of Joseph Manigault and Charlotte Drayton Manigault. He practiced law in Alabama for a period, and in 1846 he married Anne Porcher Mazyck (1820-1881).

Gabriel Manigault was a signer of the Ordinance of Secession. He was also an aide to Gov. F.W. Pickens and and served in the South Carolina Ordnance Dept. with the rank of colonel. During the War Between the States, Manigault commanded troops on the South Santee and was with the recruiting office toward the close of the war. Several years after the war, he and his family moved to London, Ontario, along with Anne's uncle Alexander Mazyck (1801-1894). Gabriel Manigault published novels and other writings, including "The United States Unmasked" (1879).

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Colonel Gabriel Manigault (CSA)'s Timeline

December 10, 1809
Age 39
January 20, 1888
Age 78