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by Robert J. Driver

ePub 14th Virginia Cavalry download
Author:
Robert J. Driver
ISBN13:
978-0930919603
ISBN:
0930919602
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Publisher:
H E Howard; 1st edition (December 1, 1988)
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Americas
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1457 kb
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1976 kb
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General Montgomery Dent Corse was born in Alexandria, VA, on March 14, 1816. He earned his education from Lowe’s Military School and Benjamin Hallowell’s. school in Alexandria, and then entered business with his father in Alexandria. He served as a captain in Company B, 1st Regiment Virginia Volunteers during the Mexican War.

D Driver, Robert J. 1st Battalion Virginia Infantry, 39th Battalion Virginia Cavalry, 24th Battalion Virginia . t Moore, Robert H. The Charlottesville, Lee Lynchburg and Johnson’s Bedford Artillery. Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, In. 1990. 1st Battalion Virginia Infantry, 39th Battalion Virginia Cavalry, 24th Battalion Virginia Partisan Rangers. Howard, 1996. u Driver, Robert J. 14th Virginia Cavalry. 1988.

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The origins of the 14th Virginia Cavalry began with the formation of four independent companies of cavalry in various parts of the Old Dominion (before West Virginia . Captain Robert B. Moorman, from Greenbrier County.

The origins of the 14th Virginia Cavalry began with the formation of four independent companies of cavalry in various parts of the Old Dominion (before West Virginia seceded from Virginia). They were: Churchville Cavalry - from Churchville, Augusta County, Captain Frank Sterrett commanding. Second Rockbridge Dragoons - Mustered into service April 1861, Captain John R. McNutt commanding. Company E - Captain Absalom Knott's company, from Calhoun County. Company F (1st) - Captain James B Morgan's Company, from Boone County. Transferred to the 36 Battalion Virginia Cavalry May-June 1863.

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  • Bought this for my husband. He'd read the First Virginia Calvary. Reading generally makes him sleepy but he powered right through this book. If you are interested in Virginia history, this is a great read.

  • I have read a number of these Cavalry histories. They are very thorough and offer information not found in books that just cover the main battles.
    These tell you situations involving skirmishes and and exactly who and what troop is involved. If you are a intermediate Civil War buff or expert you will enjoy being able to take in more information than most on the subject.

    A definite must have for the Civil War fanatic! I love them.