Andrew F. Browning, a memorial not grave site since he died in Cuba just days after General Lee surrendered at Appomattox.
He was assigned to Charleston security, but not there when it fell to Sherman. A year later he was a passenger on a ‘blockade’ runner headed for Cuba. Where he passed away soon after arriving.
The question is why was he there at all? He did have a political run in with a superior officer (who had killed another officer in a duel). But that was finished before his trip. Before the war he was a successful merchant.
No records have been found for his leaving the army and war. It could have been any number of reasons, still a mystery.
He was well thought of, enough so that this expensive monument and family grave sites was built in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston.