(1831 - 1919)
Home State: South Carolina
Education: South Carolina College
Branch of Service: Staff
Unit: Jones' Division
After attending schools in Germany, he was a lawyer in Charleston. He was appointed Captain and Assistant Adjutant General to General Drayton on 14 October 1861. He was relieved at his own request, and served as a volunteer aide-de-camp to General D. R. Jones at Second Manassas and Sharpsburg.
On the Campaign
From General Jones' Report:
Capt. H. E. Young, assistant adjutant-general, and Mr. Hugh Bose, volunteer aides for the occasion, served most faithfully, obeying with cool courage and much gallantry all orders given them.
The rest of the War
He was on General R. H. Anderson's staff in November, then with General Longstreet to December 1862. He was on court-martial duty, and assigned as Captain and Assistant Adjutant General on General R. E. Lee's staff on 28 February 1863. He was promoted to Major on 20 September 1864. He served as Judge Advocate General, and was paroled at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 April 1865.
References & notes
Service from Krick.1
08/09/1831; Grahamville, SC
04/09/1919; Charleston, SC; burial in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC