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bravest of the Virginia cavalry and other stories

Mullaly, Charles J.

bravest of the Virginia cavalry and other stories

by Mullaly, Charles J.

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Published by Apostleship of Prayer in New York, N.Y .
Written in English


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Statementby the Rev. Charles J. Mullaly ...
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.M906 Br
The Physical Object
Pagination186 p. :
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6360417M
LC Control Number37029387
OCLC/WorldCa1815214

The other book, War Recollections of the Confederate Veterans of Pittsylvania County, Virginia, z, contains stories written by ex-Confederates between the years 19II5 at the request of the Rawley Martin Chapter, Virginia Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy. Unlike Loudoun, which contained a substantial Union. First Virginia Cavalry Camp Life While most folks think of Civil War reenactments in terms of cannons roaring and troops running around the battlefield, in fact most battles last only for about an hour.

The Story of a Confederate Boy in the Civil War. By David E. Johnston of the 7th Virginia Infantry Regiment Author of "Middle New River Settlements" With Introduction by Rev. C. E. Cline, D. D. A Methodist Minister and Chaplain of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion, U. S. A. 14th Virginia Cavalry Regiment History. Excerpts from "14th Virginia Cavalry" by Robert J Driver, Jr. T he 14th Cavalry Regiment consisted of members over the 4 years, Company's A-N, with only 34 members actually surrendering at Appomattox! Most did not .

Part of the 17th Virginia Cavalry would participate on East Cavalry Field on the 3rd with the remainder of the regiment and part of the 16th Virginia Cavalry remaining until the morning of the 4th guarding Yankee prisoners. All of the regiments in Jenkins’ Brigade were represented in the East Cavalry Field fight. 12th Virginia Cavalry [also called 10th Regiment] was organized at Conrad’s Store, Virginia, in June, , with companies from the 7th Regiment Virginia Cavalry. The unit served in W.E. Jones’, Rosser’s, and J. Dearing’s Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia.


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Rev. Charles J. Mullaly, S. Published by Apostleship of Prayer () Used. The Bravest of the Virginia Cavalry and Other Stories. Mullaly Rev. Charles J. Published by Apostleship of Prayer, New The Bravest of the Calvary and Other Stories.

Mullaly, Rev. Charles J. The Virginia 34th Cavalry Battalion, formerly the 1st Battalion Virginia Mounted Rifles, was organized in December, The unit served in A.G. Jenkins', W.E. Jones', V.A. Witcher's, and B.T.

Johnson's Brigade and first engaged the Federals in western Virginia. This book bravest of the Virginia cavalry and other stories book other stories, but I read only the "Red Cavalry" group and the introductory and biographical material -- about pages total.

Published in the USSR in by a Jewish veteran of the war between Poland and the Soviets, "Red Cavalry" is one of those "fiction-as-memoir" productions that I usually enjoy.4/5.

4th Virginia Cavalry (Virginia Regimental Histories) [Stiles, Kenneth L] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 4th Virginia Cavalry (Virginia Regimental Histories)5/5(2). The Virginia 4th Cavalry Regiment completed its organization at Sangster's Cross Roads, Prince William' County, Virginia, in September The 4th served from First Manassas to Appomattox Court House [never surrendering its colors] participating in every major battle and campaign which involved the Army of Northern Virginia; producing three brigadier generals.2/5(1).

History. Virginia's 12th Cavalry Regiment (originally called 10th Regiment) was organized at Conrad's Store, Virginia, in Junewith ten companies from the 7th Virginia Cavalry regiment, which consisted of twenty-nine companies at the time.

The unit served in W.E. Jones', Rosser's, and J. Dearing's Brigade, Army of Northern y: Confederacy. J.E.B. Stuart’s reputation as a cavalry commander enshrined him in Confederate lore, but now his name is being stripped from two Virginia : Debbie Truong.

1st Dist 1st Lt 1st Md 1st Virginia 2nd Lt Abingdon Amelia CH Appomattox CH Artillery Augusta Baltimore Berkeley Berryville blue eyes Brigade Brother brown hair Camp Chase Captain census Charlottesville hospital circa Colonel Company Confederate Creek dark complexion dark hair enemy Exch fair complexion Farmer Farmhand Fitz Lee Frederick grey.

The Virginia Civil War Battles and Leaders book series by multiple authors includes books Appomattox Paroles April(Virginia Civil War Battles and Leaders Series), Confederate Surgeon: The Personal Recollections of E.A.

Craighill (The Virginia Civil War battles and leaders series), Twelfth Virginia Cavalry (Virginia Civil War Battles and Leaders Series), and several more.

16th Virginia Cavalry 1st Lt 2nd Lt Absent on horse aiso Apptd army Averell AWOL blue eyes bounty bond due bounty due Camp Gamett Capt captured census of Wayne Chambersburg City Point command Company Confederate Corp dark complexion dark hair Delaware Deserted and dropped dropped from rolis exchd fair complexion farmer Federals Ferguson Fitz.

The 22nd Virginia Volunteer Cavalry Regiment was a cavalry regiment raised in Virginia for service in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil fought mostly in southwestern Virginia, East Tennessee, and the Shenandoah Valley.

Virginia's 22nd Cavalry Regiment completed its organization in October,and was sometimes called "Bowen's Regiment Virginia Mounted Riflemen Country: Confederacy.

As a trooper in a Virginia cavalry regiment, Hubard supported the sovereignty of his state and the dream of a Southern confederacy. Penned in –, Hubard's war memoir traces the adventures of this young, well-educated, idealistic Virginian through four years of service as a cavalryman in General J.

Stuart's command. The 1st Virginia Cavalry began the war as a group of independent companies of horse from the Shenandoah Valley, organized into a regiment by J.E.B.

Stuart, who later became a Major General. It consisted initially of 12 companies (A - M), and completed organization J One of the most famous Confederate cavalry regiments, the 1st Virginia was led by such intrepid leaders as J.E.B.

1st Virginia Cavalry. Men from Jefferson County who served in the 1st Virginia Cavalry Regiment. Main source is from the more complete records of the regiment by Robert Driver on the regiment published by H.E.

Howard in Lynchburg, VA. Books; Search Go. Books. Cavalry Cartoon Book. $ Add to Cart. Add to Wishlist | Add to Compare; Custer Album. $ Add to Cart. Add to Wishlist | Add to Compare; Custer In $ Personal Stories (3) My Cart.

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Frederick Ice was an early settler on the South Branch of the Potomac River in Frederick County, Virginia. The Ground Trembled as They Came: The 1st West Virginia Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign, Civil War Regiments, Vol.

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Monument to the 1st West Virginia Cavalry at Gettysburg. A collection of genealogical profiles related to 4th Virginia Cavalry - Company A (CSA), US Civil War Project.

The guy on the left is Mike, who served as the Adjutant to the Confederate Cavalry. The other man with the beard was the commander of Confederate Cavalry for the battle, Doug Nalls. He and Mike played the "Good Cop/Bad Cop" to the camp, as Mike generally used his outdoor voice and intimidating presence to ensure that all the supply and planning.

History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry Formerly 2nd Virginia Infantry, and of Battery G 1st West Virginia Light Artillery by Frank S. Reader. Originally published in by the Civil War veterans of the regiment, this new modern version includes the entire original text, 58 images, and an index.

Editor’s Note: Do you have information on this unit’s role at the Siege of Petersburg?? Please contact us using the Contact button in the menu at the top of the screen. We are happy to exchange information with other researchers.

Muster In: Organized by the increase of the 16th Virginia Cavalry Battalion to a regiment on J 1 Muster Out: April 9, 2.A Biographical Register of the Members of Fauquier County Virginia’s “BLACK HORSE CAVALRY” – Company H, Fourth Virginia Cavalry Gen.

Fitzhugh Lee’s Division Maj. Gen. James Ewell Brown Stuart’s Cavalry Corps Army of Northern Virginia Confederate States Army By Lynn HopewellFile Size: 2MB.Full text of "History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry" See other formats.