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4th Virginia Cavalry Regiment Company E is also known t


4th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Company E is also known as the Powhatan Troop

F, 1st Virginia Cavalry Regiment, in Uniform with Sword -- The 1st Virginia Cavalry began the war as a group of independent companies of horse from ...

[Private Samuel H. Wilhelm of I Company, Virginia Infantry Regiment with knife] (LOC)

The above monument is located in the Confederate Cemetery in Fredericksburg, Va. I had to split the plaque on the front of the monument above so it could be ...

Pvt. Hugh Hamilton, 4th Virginia Cavalry, "Black Horse Cavalry." https

Private Peter H. Bird, Company D, Virginia Cavalry Regiment, in uniform.

A., 35th Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A.

Sergeant William T. Biedler, 16 years old, of Company C, Mosby's Virginia Cavalry Regiment, with flintlock musket.

George Edward Lowry, private, Company E, 4th Regiment, West Virginia, later

Pvt. Charles Chapman of Company A, 10th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, left, and

Private William B. Todd of Company E, 9th Virginia Cavalry Regiment with Colt Army

William Striet Dyer Enlisted in Company E, Virginia 25th Infantry Regiment on 14 May 1861. Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant on 18 Nov 1862.

... Company "M" 1st West Virginia Infantry ...

David M. Thatcher of Company B, Berkeley Troop, 1st Virginia Cavalry Regiment, in uniform and Virginia sword belt plate with Adams revolver and cavalry ...

7th Regiment, West Virginia Cavalry Organized from 8th West Virginia Mounted Infantry January 26, 1864.

[Captain William A. Hill of Company D, Virginia Cavalry Regiment, with book on lap] 1 photograph : sixth-plate tintype, hand-colored ; x cm (case)

Left to right: Lieutenant James Roach, Dr. Elhanon Row and Captain John Row of the Virginia Cavalry.

The Bakers of Maryland, Shepherdstown and finally Martinsburg – muddled thru traditional inter-generational discords like a schooner pitching through high ...

Abraham Gibson and Nealy Marion Grant

2nd West Virginia Volunteer Cavalry Regiment

... his great-great-grandfather, who enlisted on 5-14-1861 in the Washington County Rifles/Militia, which became 2 Company D, First Virginia Cavalry at ...

An earnest effort has been made to secure a good sketch of the life and services of each of the field officers and non-commissioned staff, which has been ...

cavalry enliste man

ACW Confederate: 1st Virginia Cavalry, (artist unknown). Help eliminate poor pinning! If you know the artist and can supply a link, please update this pin.

All the members not otherwise marked, were mustered out with the company. The recruits, and veterans were transferred to the 6th West Virginia cavalry when ...

Historical Sketch & Roster of the Virginia 4th Cavalry Regiment (Virginia Regimental History Series) (Volume 1): John C. Rigdon: 9781514858097: Amazon.com: ...

Staff, 4th PA Cavalry, August 1862 click to see larger image

The following was submitted by Curt Robinette, grandnephew.

Chief Trumpeter Charles H. Powell Goochland Light Dragoons Company F 4th Virginia Cavalry


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2nd Arkansas Cavalry Regiment

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D. Born 4/2/35. Married Anstes Jones 3/26/64. Profession blacksmith. Enl. 5/29/61 at Wytheville. Sick 9/61. He was a blacksmith. Wded. at Cloyd's Farm, ...

34th Battalion Cavalry


7th Virginia Cavalry This man served in the 1862 Valley Campaign. Said to be from the 7th, but very little is known of him beyond his picture.

William A. Morgan was with J.E.B. Stuart and the 1st Virginia Cavalry that were following the infantry to Manassas from Winchester en route some 36 hours.

Second Sergeant John Hamilton Ervine of 14th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Co. I, 1st

Captain Edwin Anderson Fulcher (John Fox)

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Col. John S. Green

Col. John S. Mosby, wood engraving 1867[1]

... Company F, 11th West Virginia Infantry. Enlisted 1862, discharged 1865. Union.

John S. Mosby rose to command the 43rd Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, better known as "Mosby's Rangers" (courtesy of Wikipedia)

4th Virginia Cavalry (Virginia Regimental Histories): Kenneth L Stiles: 9780930919177: Amazon.com: Books

Old picture of an American Civil War officer

My great-great-great-grandfather Andrew Lewis Sias participated with the 34th Battalion Virginia Cavalry (Co. D) under Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart at Gettysburg ...

Mosby's Rangers: A Record Of The Operations Of The Forty-Third Battalion Virginia Cavalry

Oney S. A. Brock of Company I, 5th Virginia Cavalry Regiment with knife and sword LCCN2011647969

Virgil Y. Cook

4th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company I - Commanded by Capt. John Minacapelli

The Virginia 4th Cavalry Company B "Chesterfield Light Dragoons": Private William A. Vaden, my 2nd Great Grand Uncle

Most of the original members of the 2nd Regiment of Loyal Virginia Volunteer Cavalry were from

Lieutenant William St. Pierre Gibson of Company D of the 4th Virginia Cavalry was the other Confederate killed during the battle of Westminster.

Smithfield, Virginia Great Grandson of Private Joseph Harper Company E, 63rd Alabama Infantry ...

9th Indiana Infantry Regiment

Ira J. McGinnis, born 1832, Cabell County, West Virginia. Helped organize the 8th Virginia Cavalry, later served with the 34th Batallion Virginia Cavalry, ...

Confederate Cavalry General William E. Jones photographed while still a colonel with the 7th Virginia Cavalry in 1862.

Modern map of battlefield

"One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry ..."

9th Virginia Cavalry Regiment - Commanded by John Braese

Mcfarlane's Cavalry

John Duke, Company "B"

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Muster Roll showing transfer to Confederate Navy

... M. Cook's application for disability assistance. Please notice line 16 where he states that his service in the Confederacy ended "when Lee surrendered.

4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment. 1861-1864. "Grand Army of the Potomac"

Dead Confederates, A Civil War Era Blog

Cousins of Co_F_FINAL

The Civil War in the East

I, 3rd Virginia Cavalry Regiment in uniform) -

Sheridan's cavalry movement March 1865

A Brief History of Clinch's Regiment, 4th GA Volunteer Cavalry; by O.J. Hickox

That would be if you ordered the headstones that are the flat bronze which would need a concrete base.

Private David M. Thatcher, Company B, 1st Virginia Cavalry.

Volume 4, Issue 5 Regimental Command Sgt. Maj. Wilbert E. Engram Jr ...

2nd Lt. William Schmalze, Company "F"

Shortly after the seccession of Virginia, Jenkins raised a company of partisan cavalry ...

Surgeon (Major) Richard Berrien Burroughs Senior Medical Officer Clinch's Regiment 4th Georgia Volunteer Cavalry, PACS

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Reenactment Units – Civil War

Milton Jameson Ferguson was born near Cassville, Wayne County, Virginia (now West Virginia) in 1833. Friends and family called him by his middle name, ...

20th Virginia Cavalry - Col. Elihu Hutton