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  • ...s such as the [[Confiscation Acts]] and [[Emancipation Proclamation]] in [[1863]], the war effectively ended slavery, even before ratification of the Thirt [[Category: 1849 births]]
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  • [[Category: 1842 births]] ...30, 1862), Fredericksburg (December 13, 1863), Chancellorsville (May 1-4, 1863), Petersburg (June 1864-April 1865)
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  • General Rosser and Miss Bettie B. Winston of Hanover, were married in 1863. She and three of their children survived him, they were: Mrs. Campbell Coc * He lived with his wife in winter quarters, 1863-’64, at Culpeper and Orange Courthouses, she frequently road along the pi
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  • {{Event Year|1863|1865}} [[Category:{{PAGENAME}} births]]
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  • {{Event Year|1861|1863}} [[Category:{{PAGENAME}} births]]
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  • ...out with General [[J.E.B. Stuart]]’s forces. It was not until January 2, 1863, that Mosby, with just nine men, launched the ranger attacks for which he i [[Category: 1833 births]]
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