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Caption GREGG STREET Maxcy Gregg, native Columbian for whom this street was named ca. 1893,was a leader in the States Rights party, a delegate to the Secession Convention, and a distinguished Confederate General. A Colonel in the First S.C. Volunteers, Gregg was appointed brigadier general, CSA, in 1861. He died in 1862 from wounds he recieved at the Battle of Fredericksburg and is buried in the churchyard of First Presbyterian Church in Columbia. Erected by Richland County Bicentennial Commission, 1978