Capt. O. Nathaniel Butler,

Name
Capt. O. Nathaniel /Butler/
Military
Captain

Agency: Confederate Army
Note: Lost an arm in the Confederate War but went back into active service and served throughout the remai…

Lost an arm in the Confederate War but went back into active service and served throughout the remainder of the war.

Birth of a brotherDr. Pierce Pickens Butler
March 24, 1834
Birth of a brotherGeneral Matthew Calbraith Butler
March 8, 1836
Death of a fatherDr. William Butler Jr.
September 24, 1851
Note: Died While serving as an Indian Agent
Marriage of a siblingDr. Pierce Pickens ButlerArsinoe Marcella JeterView this family
October 18, 1860
Death of a motherJane Tweedy Perry
July 11, 1875
Death of a brotherGeneral Matthew Calbraith Butler
April 14, 1909

Death of a brotherDr. Pierce Pickens Butler
November 1, 1910

Burial of a motherJane Tweedy Perry

Address: Christ Episcopal Church Cemetery
Death
Yes

Family with parents
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Headstone of Jane Tweedy Perry
17991875
Birth: December 15, 1799South Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island, USA
Death: July 11, 1875Greenville County, South Carolina, USA
brother
Matthew Calbraith Butler
18361909
Birth: March 8, 1836 46 36Eagle's Crag, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Death: April 14, 1909
brother
himself
brother
brother
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18341910
Birth: March 24, 1834 44 34Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Death: November 1, 1910
Military

Lost an arm in the Confederate War but went back into active service and served throughout the remainder of the war.