Huger was approximately 38 years old in 1780, and was approximately 55 when
Nicholas Butler, Ph.D., Special Collections Manager, Charleston County Public Library:
"Isaac Huger is a slippery guy. His place of burial has eluded me and a host of other researchers. He does not appear in the cemeteries of St. Philip's or St. Michael's, even though he was one a churchwarden at St. Philip's and had his children baptized there. His obituary, in the City Gazette, 2 November 1797, does not mention a place of burial. None of the genealogical sources that I found say anything about a grave. I suspect he was taken back to his plantation for a private burial.
Lee, Clermont Huger, The Joseph Alston Huger Family, Richmond Hill, Ga. : Gordon Gardner, 2002. (Thanks to Mike Coker)
"Sadly, according to Arthur Middleton Huger's 1900 memoirs, there is no memorial, public or private, to General Huger. Charlton de Saussure, M.D., states in Lowcountry Carolina Families, Southern Historical Press, Greenville, S.C., 1997, states that Huger "was buried in private cemetery near Huger's Bridge, East Fork Cooper River".
Author Lee, Clermont Huger.
Title The Joseph Alston Huger family : their line of descent from Daniel and Margaret Pedriau Huger of France and South Carolina : an illustrated genealogical-biographical compilation / researched and compiled by Clermont Huger Lee ; edited by Betsy McIntosh Caldwell.
Publication info. Richmond Hill, Ga. : Gordon Gardner, 2002.
Location Call No. Status Public Note
Columbia South Caroliniana (Library Use Only) 929.2 H87L AVAILABLE
Description x, 84 p. : ill, map ; 23 cm.
Note Published "For the Bluffton Historical Preservation Society Inc."
"Limited to 100 copies"
Subject Huger, Joseph Alston, 1815-1895 -- Family.
Added author Caldwell, Betsy McIntosh.
Added author, corporate Bluffton Historical Preservation Society.