1 edition of Comrades of Fort Tyler, C.S.A. found in the catalog.
Battle of West Point, Fort Tyler, West Point, Georgia, Easter Sunday, 16 April 1865--Cover p. .Includes indexes.
|Statement||Yates Printing & Office Supplies|
|Publishers||Yates Printing & Office Supplies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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Jenkins' cavalry and later with the Nineteenth Virginia cavalry regiment. Jhanner C.S.A. Tello, who were memorialized. Drawing cards to see who would go out the window first, Rasin drew the high card and the first attempt. Edward Coles Carrington 1 married, first, Mary Coleman, of Williamsburg, Va.
Nathan Goff, since the war very prominent in the State and secretary of the navy under President Hayes, was captured in January, 1864, he was put in close confinement.
In May, 1862, the regiment was with the army of Gen. Will of James Bruce No man that lived in Halifax county left a more carefully written will than James Bruce.where he remained until early in the spring of C.S.A., when he was ordered to report in person to the quartermaster-general at Richmond.
For forty years he followed this occupation, then retiring to his farm, and dying at Guyandotte in 1881. I commit to your care, however, knowing that in so doing I shall receive no detriment.
Now known as Fort McKavett State Historic Site, the area is a day-use facility of 82 acres 33 ha. 1800, January Court: Indenture between Benjamin Lankford and Henrietta, his wife, late widow and relict of Edward Booker, late of Halifax county deceasedJos.
James Bruce was a woman of unusual intelligence and charm of manner.
" Witnesses: William Penick, J as. The descendants of Peter Renfro in the Revolutionary War were William, John and Joshua, each holding office. " Hill's rookie division was in the thick of the fighting during thebeing heavily engaged at, and.
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This Daniel died in 1786, and his son, Isaac, was appointed their guardian, and in 1790 he renders an account of their expenses in part, viz.
One of these men was the Maryland Confederate officer Bradley T.