Magnolia Cemetery (Charleston, South Carolina)
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|Nearest city||Charleston, South Carolina|
|Area||92 acres (37.2 ha)|
|Architect||Edward C. Jones|
|NRHP Reference #||78002502|
|Added to NRHP||March 24, 1978|
- William Aiken, Jr. (1806–1887), US Congressman, South Carolina Governor
- John Bennett (1865–1956), author and illustrator
- Thomas Bennett, Jr. (1781–1865), Governor of South Carolina
- William H. Brawley (1841–1916), U.S. Representative from South Carolina and United States federal judge
- Langdon Cheves (1776–1857), American politician and a president of the Second Bank of the United States
- James Conner (general) (1829–1883), Confederate general in the American Civil War
- George E. Dixon (1837–1864), Commander of the Confederate submarine CSS Hunley
- Frank Bunker Gilbreth, Jr. (1911–2001), author
- William J. Grayson (1788–1863), U.S. Representative from South Carolina
- Wilson Godfrey Harvey (1866–1932), Governor of South Carolina
- Daniel Elliott Huger (1779–1854), US Senator from South Carolina
- Horace Lawson Hunley (1823–1863), Confederate marine engineer, developer of early submarines
- Micah Jenkins (1835–1864), Confederate general
- Mitchell Campbell King (1815–1901), physician
- George Swinton Legaré (1869–1913), U.S. Representative from South Carolina
- Hugh S. Legaré (1797–1843), 16th U.S. Attorney General
- William Turner Logan (1874–1941), U.S. Representative from South Carolina
- Andrew Gordon Magrath (1813–1893), South Carolina Governor
- Burnet Rhett Maybank (1899–1954), US Senator, South Carolina Governor
- John Darlington Newcomer (1867–1931), American architect
- Josephine Pinckney (1895–1957), novelist and poet
- St. Julien Ravenel (1819–1882), physician and chemist
- Robert Rhett (1869–1913), U.S. Representative and Senator from South Carolina
- William Gilmore Simms (1806–1870), poet, novelist and historian
- Charles Henry Simonton (1829-1904), Confederate Colonel and federal judge on 4th Circuit Court of Appeals
- Julius Waties Waring (1880-1968), United States federal judge linked to the American Civil Rights Movement.
- Richard Smith Whaley (1874–1951), U.S. Representative from South Carolina
- British war graves of five Royal Navy and Merchant Navy personnel of World War II.
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09.
- McNulty, Kappy; Nenie Dixon and Elias B. Bull (August 23, 1976). "Magnolia Cemetery" (pdf). National Register of Historic Places - Nomination and Inventory. Retrieved 11 June 2012.
- "Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County (off U.S. Hwy. 52, Charleston vicinity)". National Register Properties in South Carolina. South Carolina Department of Archives and History. Retrieved 11 June 2012.
- Alfred L. Brophy, "These Great and Beautiful Republics of the Dead": Public Constitutionalism and the Antebellum Cemetery
- "John D. Newcomer Found Dead at 64". Charleston News & Courier. December 31, 1931. p. 1. Retrieved September 2, 2012.
-  CWGC Cemetery Report, details obtained from Casualty Record.
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