Rank: Private

Company: C & F

Unit Served: 6th SC Cavalry

Cemetery and Address: Pine Grove Baptist Church Cemetery Chesterfield County, South Carolina

Rev Andrew Jackson “Jack” Eddins 6th SC Cav Birth: Feb. 3, 1826
Death: Nov. 20, 1912

Mr. and Mrs. Eddins were charter member of Pine Grove Baptist Church when it was organized in 1870. Mr. Eddins preached there for a number of years and both are buried in this cemetery. They were deeply consecrated Christians and raised a fine family of eleven children, all living to maturity. Mr. Eddins served in the War Between the States for four years in Craig’s Calvary 6th S.C. Regiment. He was a substantial planter.

This bio information was taken from Eddins and Thurman family history compiled by Minnie Lee Sanders Rivers.

Family links:
Nehemiah Eddins (1795 – 1885)
Obedience Eddins (____ – 1878)

Dorothy Thurman Eddins (1832 – 1926)

Albert Eddins (1855 – 1920)*
Lucinda Eddins Smith Harris (1856 – 1925)*
Isabelle Eddins Rivers (1859 – 1909)*
Jacquelina Eddins Swinnie (1860 – 1918)*
Emma Hudson Eddins White (1862 – 1918)*
Rose Anna Eddins Parker (1866 – ____)*
Lucy Theresa Eddins Teal (1868 – 1927)*
William Jackson Eddins (1869 – 1908)*
Sarah Elizabeth Eddins (1871 – 1932)*
Thomas Ray Eddins (1873 – 1928)*
Addeline Lora Eddins Davis (1876 – 1947)* Inscription:
His Wife

Note: His Wife was Dorothy Thurman Eddins

Pine Grove Baptist Church Cemetery
Chesterfield County
South Carolina, USA