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Seventh Virginia Cavalry

Richard L. Armstrong

Seventh Virginia Cavalry

by Richard L. Armstrong

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Published by H.E. Howard Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States - Civil War,
  • History - U.S.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesVirginia Regimental Histories Series
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9876402M
    ISBN 101561900400
    ISBN 109781561900404
    OCLC/WorldCa27344260

    The 7th Virginia Cavalry also known as Ashby's Cavalry was a Confederate cavalry regiment raised in the spring of by Colonel Angus William McDonald The regiment was composed primarily of men from the counties of the upper Shenandoah Valley as well as from the counties of Fauquier and Loudoun. Two companies contained men from the border counties of Maryland. The regiment was initially 1st: Angus William McDonald. 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 on Septem 1 Muster Out: Disbanded with the seven Georgia companies being transferred to the 10th Georgia Cavalry and the five.

    CLEMENS, WILLIAM: "The Virginia Free Press" 9 Nov. "Killed in battle of Beverly, Randolph County, Va. on the 12th of January,, William Clemens of this town a member of Co. G 7th Virginia Cavalry, Rosser’s Brigade aged about 21 years.". 7TH WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY Formed from the 8th WEST Virginia Infantry and the 8th West Virginia Mounted Infantry U.S. Civil War, Union Army, The Eighth Regiment, Virginia Infantry, (Union Army) was organized in the Kanawha Valley, by Major John H. Oley, during the fall of , headquarters was at Charleston.

    Get this from a library! Laurel Brigade, originally Ashby's Cavalry. [William McDonald; Bushrod C Washington] -- With a nucleus of Ashby's old command, the Seventh Virginia cavalry, this brigade also included at various times the Second, Sixth, Eleventh (originally Seventeenth battalion) and . First West Virginia Cavalry Monument, Gettysburg [Photo by Linda Fluharty.] can be found in this writer's book, Civil War West Virginia - UNION LIVES LOST. About 4 p.m. the Seventh West Virginia and Fourteenth Indiana changed position on the left of the enemy's right center, where we remained but a short time, when the Seventh West.


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7th West Virginia Cavalry Formerly: 8th West Seventh Virginia Cavalry book Mounted Infantry and 8th [West] Virginia Infantry Union Army, American Civil War, About This Site: This web site is maintained for those who have an interest in the history of the 7th West Virginia Cavalry, a Union Army regiment from the Kanawha Valley region of West Virginia.

Seventh Virginia Cavalry book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5. 7th Virginia Cavalry This man served in the Valley Campaign. Said to be from the 7th, but very little is known of him beyond his picture.

Note the cavalry style. 7th Virginia Cavalry Co.A. likes. 7th Va. Cav Co A portray a unit of southern cavalry. We are based out of Woodbridge NJ. We participate in events in NJ, PA, and NYFollowers: The 7th Virginia Cavalry also known as Ashby's Cavalry was a Confederate cavalry regiment raised in the spring of by Colonel Angus William McDonald The regiment was composed primarily of men from the counties of Seventh Virginia Cavalry book Shenandoah Valley as well as from the counties of Fauquier and companies contained men from the border counties of MarylandAllegiance: Confederate States Army.

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Armstrong. 7th Virginia Cavalry Co.A June 6, In his youth, he organized an informal cavalry company known as the Mountain Rangers, which became part of the 7th Virginia Cavalry ("Ashby's Brigade"), and on the outbreak of the Civil War, they were assigned to the Virginia Militia command of Colonel Thomas J.

"Stonewall" Jackson. Historical Sketch and Roster of the Virginia 34th Cavalry Battalion by Rigdon, John C. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 7th West Virginia Cavalry.

Ronald Ray Turner. Copyright. Cover. Inside Cover. Abbreviations Used. EIGHTH VIRGINIA INFANTRY (Afterwards Seventh West Virginia.

Get this from a library. 7th Virginia Cavalry. [Richard L Armstrong] -- The 7th Virginia Cavalry was organized in and disbanded in at Appomattox Court House, Virginia. appendix muster roll of seventh virginia cavalry (laurel brigade), army of northern virginia.

Company A. (Furnished by Joshua C. Fletcher.) Ashby, Turner, captain, and afterwards colonel of Seventh Virginia, and later brigadier-general, killed near Harrisonburg, June 6th, /5(5). The 1st Regiment West Virginia Volunteer Cavalry served in the Union Army during the American Civil gh it started slowly, it became one of the most active and effective of the West Virginia Civil War regiments—and had 14 Medal of Honor recipients, the most for any West Virginia regiment during the war.

It was originally called the 1st Virginia Cavalry, not to be confused with the Allegiance: Union, West Virginia. Buy Seventh Virginia Cavalry by Richard L Armstrong online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.

CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA TROOPS 7th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry (Ashby's) Overview: 7th Cavalry Regiment was organized during the late spring of In October authority was given to increase its size, and by the summer of the regiment contained twenty-nine companies.

In June it was reduced to ten companies. Rolls of the 2d and 3d regiments, and of Companies B, E, F, and K of the 1st Regiment, Virginia Cavalry: p.

[] Topics: Stuart, Jeb,Confederate States. The 7th Virginia Cavalry also known as Ashby's Cavalry was a Confederate cavalry regiment raised in the spring of by Colonel Angus William McDonald The regiment was composed primarily of men from the counties of the upper Shenandoah Valley as well as from the counties of Fauquier and companies contained men from the border counties of Maryland.

Gatewood’s December Covington, Jackson River and Scott’s or Barber’s Creek December At Martinsburg till January, Designation changed to 7th West Virginia Cavalry Janu (which see). 7th West Virginia Cavalry. Organized from. The regiment was mustered out at Wheeling, West Virginia, on August 1, The regiment lost during the war: killed in battle and died of wounds, 5 officers and 28 enlisted men; died of disease or accident, 2 officers and enlisted men; total, Service of the 7th West Virginia Cavalry.

35th Star Publishing of Charleston, West Virginia, has released a modern reprint of the History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry.

Originally published in by the Civil War veterans of the regiment, this new modern version includes the entire original text, Seventh Virginia Cavalry (Virginia Regimental Histories Series) by Richard L.

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Seventh Virginia Cavalry by Richard L Armstrong,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1).7th Virginia Infantry Company "The Richardson Guards" Welcome to the website of the 7th Virginia Infantry Company A Reenacting Organization. Honoring the soldiers from Virginia from a Southern point of view via battle reenactments, living history presentations, memorial services, period music, lectures, and other similar means.Tagged as: 7th virginia cavalry, richard h.

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