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  • ...(1865-1896). Venable was an aide-de-camp to General [[Robert E. Lee]] from 1862 to 1865. ...ant Colonel November 4th, 1864. He served continuously on Lee's staff from 1862 until the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox, April 9
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  • ...ters “not a negro.”<ref>Albemarle County Minute Book 1859-1862, 3 June 1862 courtesy of Robert Vernon. If persons were documented as being less than ¼ [[Category: 1849 births]]
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  • ...He was killed at the Battle of South Mountain (Maryland) on September 14, 1862.<ref name=VMI/> He is buried in Charlottesville's [[Maplewood Cemetery]].<r [[Category:1823 births]]
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  • ...1862 at the [[University of Virginia]], being under military age. In May [[1862]], Woods joined the [[Second Virginia Cavalry]] (Co. K) and fought under "S ...ia State Line, recently organized by General Floyd. He spent the winter of 1862-1863 involved in campaigns in West Virginia and Kentucky. From April [[1863
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  • [[Category: 1842 births]] | service years = May 1862-18xx (CSA)
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  • ...cceed in the business, nor was he particularly enamored with the works. In 1862, he sold both the works and the John Montgomery Preston House, which had be [[Category:1812 births]]
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  • '''Charles Edgar''' (1862-1922) was a prominent [[Charlottesville]] citizen and local business entrep Edgar was born in Metuchen, New Jersey on [[April 9]], [[1862]]. He began work in the lumber industry in [[1880]]in Chicago. Ill health f
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  • * CSA Artillery, captain, September 17, 1861, lieutenant colonel, June 10, 1862. * 1862, June 24 - appointed colonel of 5th Virginia Cavalry.
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  • {{Event Year|1860|1862}} [[Category:{{PAGENAME}} births]]
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  • {{Event Year|1862|1864}} [[Category:{{PAGENAME}} births]]
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  • ...he Battle of First Manassas and rose to the rank of Lieutenant. In most of 1862, he was engaged as a scout with General [[J.E.B. Stuart]]’s forces. It w [[Category: 1833 births]]
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  • ...te tutor for his son in addition to teaching him the cobbler’s trade. In 1862, Taylor ran away from Charlottesville to Union lines in Fairfax to avoid be [[Category: 1840 births]]
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