4 edition of A memorial of Lieut. Colonel John T. Thornton, of the Third Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A. found in the catalog.
Crandall, M.L. Confederate imprints, 2567
|Other titles||Memorial of Lieutenant Colonel John T. Thornton, of the Third Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A.|
|Statement||by R.L. Dabney.|
|Contributions||Presbyterian Committee of Publication., Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E581.6 3d|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||01019649|
Leonard and J. Christian Commission in the Civil War. In the great war of the sixties he served as first lieutenant in a company of the 51st Tennessee Regiment, and took part in many such battles as Missionary Ridge, Lookout Mountain, Perryville, Ky. Kaser, James Allan.
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Back to top Skiles, William A. Hamilton, James J. On the next day Colonel Scammell, an officer of uncommon merit, and of the most amiable manners, in approaching the outer works of the British, was mortally wounded and taken prisoner. Civil War Times Illustrated 24  Apr.
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Connor, F. Fort, of Mt. Nashville: Civil War Centennial Commission, Study of Battle of Franklin. It thenreturned to Loudon, Tenn. Mary King Floyd, George W. Tennessee Anthropological Association Miscellaneous Paper no. It is said the family originated in Bordeaux, France, where the name was spelled Brohnn, subsequently contracted into Broun, with an accent on the u, showing the abbreviation of the name.19th and 20th Virginia Cavalry by Richard L.
Armstrong This book is part of the Virginia Regimental Histories Series, published by H. E. Howard, Inc. The 19th th Virginia Cavalry was created in the spring of from men who had served in the 3 rd Virginia State Line (disbanded in ).
Colonel William L. Jackson was assigned to command the. mentioned: Elizabeth, executrix of Christian Febizer, a Colonel in the Virginia Continental Line, land warrant in Virginia signatures of Joseph Barnes, John Davenport, William Tilgham, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Jun 25, · From the Richmond Dispatch, 1/30/, p. 2, c. 3 A Gallant Officer. Col. George S. Patton, of the 22d Virginia Regiment, is now in the city. He is a very gallant, as well as accomplished officer, and a native of Richmond.
He was severely wounded at. MAJOR BENJAMIN F. EAKLE, of Lewisburg, W. Va., was distinguished among the Confederate soldiers of the Greenbrier region in the campaigns in West Virginia, the Shenandoah valley, and with Stuart's cavalry of the army of Northern Virginia. He was born in Augusta county, Va., August 7,and about the year removed to Greenbrier county.
A list of Historical Markers or Monuments about Historical Marker Pages Containing “Stuart”. William H. Harman Colonel, C.S.A. Born Feb. 17, Killed in action at Waynesboro Mar 2, Virginia Cavalry July 2 The Battalion being on duty with Ewell's Corps the Brigade brought only the five.
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