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POST:The Mighty Myth of the Happy Plantation Click Here.
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POST: A Cradle of American Values: The Lower Shenandoah Valley in the 18th
Century Click Here
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POST: Mr. Hall Showed Us How To Make Things Click Here
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POST: Martin Delany: To Be More Than Equal Click Here
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POST: Mary Mitchell Remembers Shepherdstown & Copenhagen 11410 words Click Here

POST: Farm Life 1850s – A.R.H. Ranson Tells, Opines Click Here
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POST: Free, Black Families in Jefferson County, Va. Towns Click Here
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POST: 7 Biggest “People-Owners,” Jefferson County, Va. 1860 Click Here
660 people.

POST: John Brown Plots A Gov’t with Martin Delany Click Here
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POST: “Did John Brown Have A Military Plan?” – Dennis Frye Click Here
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POST: Dennis Frye Discusses: Why Did Virginia Try John Brown and Not the
Federal Government Click Here
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POST: 602 Enslaved Counted in 1860 as “Escaped” Click Here
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POST: A Dozen Set Fires a Sign of Slave Resistance? Click Here
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VIDEO: Dennis Frye’s Personal Interest in the 2nd Virginia Infantry
Click Here. TRT: 5:06

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Did John Brown Elect Abraham Lincoln President?
Click Here. TRT: 3:44

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Why Did Virginia Secede?
Click Here. TRT: 4:15.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Did Virginia Commit Treason?
Click Here. TRT: 6:00.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Why Did Virginia Try John Brown and Not the Federal Government?
Click Here. TRT: 4:05.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – What was the Union’s Strategy at the Beginning of the Civil War?
Click Here. TRT: 4:56.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – When Did the Civil War Begin?
Click Here. TRT: 6:22.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Why Was Jefferson County a Crucible of the Civil War?
Click Here. TRT: 6:00.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Did John Brown Have a Military Plan?
Click Here. TRT: 5:46.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Was John Brown Insane?
Click Here. TRT: 5:00.

POST: “Was John Brown Insane?” – Dennis Frye Click Here
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VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Lee’s Defense of Virginia
Click Here. TRT: 4:50.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – The Origins of the 2nd Virginia Infantry
Click Here. TRT: 4:34.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Did John Brown Succeed?
Click Here. TRT: 5:05.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Jackson’s Mission at Harper’s Ferry
Click Here. TRT: 6:13.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Leaders of the 2nd Virginia Infantry
Click Here. TRT: 5:36.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Union Occupation of Harper’s Ferry
Click Here. TRT: 4:00.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – General Jackson at Harper’s Ferry
Click Here. TRT: 4:15.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – The Esprit de Corps of the 2nd Virginia
Click Here. TRT: 4:23.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – General Johnston’s Evacuation and Retreat
Click Here. TRT: 5:34.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Did Virginia Realize They Would Host the Civil War?
Click Here. TRT: 3:52.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – The Confederate Attack on Harper’s Ferry
Click Here. TRT: 5:05.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – The Great Train Robbery
Click Here. TRT: 4:47.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – What was Virginia’s Opinion of Secession?
Click Here. TRT: 5:32.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Robert E. Lee’s Invasion of Maryland Heights
Click Here. TRT: 6:20.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Casualties Inflicted on the 2nd Virginia Infantry at Mansassas
Click Here. TRT: 7:01.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – The 2nd Virginia Infantry at the First Battle of Manassas
Click Here. TRT: 7:37.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – What was Union Strategy at the Outset of War?
Click Here. TRT: 4:56.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Life in the 2nd Virginia Infantry
Click Here. TRT: 4:46.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – The Union Army in Winchester
Click Here. TRT: 4:53

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – The Rebels Leave Harper’s Ferry
Click Here. TRT: 6:30.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Union Army in Charles Town
Click Here. TRT: 4:32.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Impact on Union Strategy after Evacuation of Harper’s Ferry
Click Here. TRT: 5:46.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – The 2nd Virginia in Shepherdstown
Click Here. TRT: 5:42.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – The Union Army Approaches the 2nd Virginia Infantry
Click Here. TRT: 5:56.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – General Background of the 2nd Virginia Infantry
Click Here. TRT: 5:38.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye – The 2nd Virginia’s March to Manassas
Click Here. TRT: 5:07.

VIDEO: Dennis Frye -The 2nd Virginia Infantry’s First Battle
Click Here. TRT: 4:24.

POST: Jefferson County 1860 – A Profile of Prosperity Click Here
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POST: Shepherdstown, Va. – July, 1860 – Drumbeats Click Here
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POST: P. Douglas Perks: 1860 Jefferson County Votes Click Here
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POST: “Did John Brown Elect Abraham Lincoln President?” – Dennis Frye Click Here
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POST: “What Was Virginia’s Opinion of Secession?” – Dennis Frye Click Here
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POST: P. Douglas Perks: The Tragic Vote in Richmond Click Here
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POST: “Did Virginia Realize They Would Host the Civil War?” – Dennis Frye Click Here
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POST: “Why Was Jefferson County a Crucible of the Civil War?” – Dennis Frye
Click Here
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POST: 2 Virginias: The Awaited Comet – Pt. 1 Click Here
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POST: The Comet Strikes – Pt. 2: The Virginia Secession Convention, spring, 1861 Click Here 35,312 words.

POST: The Comet Strikes – April 17, 1861 – The Conclusion
Click Here
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POST: Events of Early April, 1861 Click Here
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POST: A Near Coup d-Etat – John Imboden, Then Stonewall Jackson Click Here
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POST: The Red Dawn of Sedition – David Hunter Strother Click Here
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POST: The Recruit: “Half-Horse, Half-Alligator” Click Here
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POST: POST: “Did Virginia Commit Treason?” – Dennis Frye Click Here
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POST: Turning Point: 10 PM, April 18th, 1861 – Dennis Frye Click Here
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POST: County Men Enlist, May 11, 1861 5095 words Click Here

POST: “Why Did Virginia Secede?” – Dennis Frye Click Here
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POST: More County Men Enlist, May 11, 1861 Click Here
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POST: More County Men Enlist, May 12, 1861 Click Here
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POST: Joe Crane and His Family (by Tom Steptoe) Click Here
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POST: More County Men Enlist, May 13, 1861 Click Here
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POST: More County Men Enlist, May 17, 1861 Click Here
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POST: An Army Plans Against The Other Click Here
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POST: The Messy Birth of the “Stonewall Brigade” Click Here
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POST: 2 War Dragons Sweep the Panhandle May-July, 1861 Click Here
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POST: Historian Dennis Frye On The Civil War in Jefferson County May-July, 1861
And Prof. Dawne Burke on General Butler’s Legal Loophole for Freeing the
Enslaved Click Here
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POST: Manassas: The March, The Mayhem, The Memory – Pt. 1 Click Here
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POST: Manassas: The March, The Mayhem, The Memory – Pt. 2 Click Here
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POST: The Early War in Jefferson County – Dennis Frye Click Here
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VIDEO: John Augustine Washington: Tuberculosis in the Washington Family
Click Here. TRT: 7:44.

VIDEO: The Washington Family in Jefferson County Part 1
Click Here. TRT: 14:20.

VIDEO: Lineage Between George Washington and Robert E. Lee
Click Here. TRT: 2:25.

VIDEO: The Washington Family in Jefferson County Part 4
Click Here. TRT: 11:19.

VIDEO: The Washington Family in Jefferson County Part 2
Click Here. TRT: 7:45.

VIDEO: The Washington Family in Jefferson County Part 3
Click Here. TRT: 16:57.

POST: “The Mt. Vernon Washingtons’ Second Home” – John Washington (Family
Historian) Click Here
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POST: “‘Col. John,’ ‘Uncle Dick’ and the ‘Hunchback’ Washington” – John Washington (Family Historian) Click Here 1442 words.

POST: Robert E. Lee & George Washington Are Not Kin- John Washington (Family
Historian) Click Here
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POST: “Deadly TB Stalked The Washington Family” – John Washington (Family Historian) Click Here 1553 words.

POST: “2 Brothers, Their 2 Wives & Sisters, Their 2 Homes” – John Washington (Family Historian) Click Here 2132 words.

POST: Washingtons Who Fought in the Civil War – John Washington (Family Historian) Click Here 2586 words.

POST: Only “Pretty Days” For Civil War Battles? – Eric Johnson Explains Click Here
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POST: “A Musket Recipe & the Rifling Revolution” – Eric Johnson Click Here
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VIDEO: The Man Who Changed The World – That You Never Heard Of – Eric Johnson Explains Click here. TRT: 8:16.

VIDEO: Eric Johnson Discusses the 1841 Model Rifle Click Here. TRT: 13:08.

VIDEO: Eric Johnson Discusses the 1855 Model Rifle Click Here. TRT: 6:45.

VIDEO: Eric Johnson Discusses the Burton Bullet Click Here. TRT: 23:06.

VIDEO: Eric Johnson Discusses the Sharps, Enfields and Colt Weapons Click Here. TRT: 11:39.

POST: The Man Who Changed The World – That You Never Heard Of – Eric Johnson Explains Click Here 2243 words.

POST: Eric Johnson Discusses the 1841 Model Rifle Click Here
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POST: Eric Johnson Discusses the 1855 Model Rifle Click Here
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POST: Eric Johnson Discusses the Burton Bullet Click Here
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POST: Eric Johnson Discusses the Sharps, Enfields and Colt Weapons Click Here
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POST: William Fitzhugh Lee: “The Overlooked Lee” – Ann C. Reeves Click Here
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POST: Dr. Silas Mitchell’s “Phantom Limbs” Click Here
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POST: Medicinal Plants of the Civil War Click Here
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VIDEO: Myth No. 1: Anesthetics Seldom Used in Civil War. Click Here. TRT: 3:49.

VIDEO: Myth No. 2: Biting on the Bullet For Pain In The Civil War. Click Here. TRT: 4:20.

VIDEO: Myths About Antiseptics and Camp Life by George Wunderlich, Click Here. TRT: 14:09

VIDEO: North-South Medicine Compared by George Wunderlich. Click Here. TRT: 4:38.

VIDEO: Treatments That Worked in the Civil War by George Wunderlich. Click Here. TRT: 2:49

VIDEO: Medical Advances During the Civil War by George Wunderlich. Click Here. TRT: 13:12.

VIDEO: A Limb for a Life by George Wunderlich. Click Here. TRT: 8:41.

VIDEO: Africans, Women, War Medicine by George Wunderlich. Click Here. TRT:2:39.

POST: Myth No. 1: Anesthetics Seldom Used in Civil War Click Here
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POST: Myth No. 2: Biting on the Bullet For Pain Click Here
1372 words.

POST: Myths About Antiseptics and Camp Life 4000 words Click Here

POST: Treatments That Worked Click Here
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POST: A Limb For A Life Click Here
2481 words.

POST: Medical Advances Click Here
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POST: North-South Medicine Compared Click Here
1994 words.

POST: Why Care About Civil War Medicine? Click Here
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POST: African-Americans, Women, War Medicine Click Here
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POST: “True Patriotism” – Martin Delany’s “Masterpiece” 2442 words
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POST: “Martin Delany of Charles Town, WV.”
Click Here
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VIDEO: Martin Delany Video Link Click Here 354 words.

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John Yates Beall of Charles Town, WV – Who Lincoln Hanged
Click Here.
7860 words.

POST: John Yates Beall The Video
Click Here.
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POST: Rats an’ Poker on Johnson’s Island
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POST: Lincoln, Beall and The Gallows
Click Here.
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VIDEO: 70+ Washingtons Buried in Zion Churchyard – Betsy Wells
Click Here. TRT: 9:09

POST: Video Illustrated Transcript: 70+ Washingtons Buried in Zion Churchyard – Betsy Wells
Click Here. 1765 words.

VIDEO: Zion Church History With Roger Perry of Charles Town, WV: Click Here. TRT: 18:36

POST: Video Illustrated Transcript: Zion Church History With Roger Perry of Charles Town, WV
Click Here. 3015 words.

VIDEO: Death of the Last Washington Owner of Mt. Vernon: Click Here. TRT: 5:52

POST: Video Illustrated Transcript, Click Here. 1195 words.

POST: Mt. Vernon Heir Falls, Lee Tells The Child.
Click Here. 15452 words.

POST: William Howard Adams Speaks For The Lost Counties – Us.
Click Here. 1937 words.

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POST: The B&O’s early days by ‘Jack’ Snyder. Click Here. 440 words.

VIDEO: The B&O’s early days by ‘Jack’ Snyder Click Here. – TRT: 7:45.

POST: ‘Jack’ Snyder explains the early B&O railroad Pt. 2. Click Here. 706 words.

VIDEO: ‘Jack’ Snyder explains the early B&O railroad Pt. 2 Click Here. TRT: 4:13.

POST: ‘Jack’ Snyder on the B&O and Lincoln’s Overlooked Role as the Railroad Visionary. Click Here. 803 words.

VIDEO:: ‘Jack’ Snyder on the B&O and Lincoln’s Overlooked Role as the Railroad Visionary. Click Here. – TRT: 4:30.

POST: ‘Jack’ Snyder and John Brown’s Mistake with the B&O at Harper’s Ferry, Va 1859. Click Here. 742 words.

VIDEO: ‘Jack’ Snyder and John Brown’s Mistake with the B&O at Harper’s Ferry, Va 1859. Click Here.- TRT: 4:41.

POST: ‘Jack’ Snyder – The B&O Model Was Key to American Prosperity. Click Here. – 807 words.

VIDEO: ‘Jack’ Snyder – The B&O Model Was Key to American Prosperity Click Here. – TRT: 5:18.

VIDEO: The B&O – June, 1861 – The Molten Pyres of the Camel Engines Part 1
Click Here – TRT: 19:02.

POST: The B&O – June, 1861 – The Molten Pyres of the Engines Pt. 1 Click Here. 461 words.

POST: Video’s Illustrated Transcript: The B&O – June, 1861 – The Molten Pyres of the Camel Engines Part 1
Click Here. 6131 words.

POST: The Molten Pyres of the Camel Engines, Part 2 Click Here. 17044 words.

VIDEO: They Moved 18 Locomotives 38 Miles . . . With No Rail! (1861-2) Click Here. – TRT: 26:08.

POST FOR 2 VIDEOS’ LINKS: They Moved 18 Locomotives 38 Miles . . . With No Rail! (1861-2) by Jim Surkamp Click Here. 266 words.

POST: They Moved 18 Locomotives Without Rail 38 Miles – 1861 Click Here. – 9436 words.

Images From “They Moved 18 Locomotives 38 Miles”Click Here. (Need to have free account with Flickr.com)

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VIDEO: Dennis Frye – Stonewall is Stopped, Harper’s Ferry May 30, 1862 by Jim Surkamp Click Here. – TRT: 15:43.

POST: Video’s Illustrated Transcript: Dennis Frye: Stonewall is Stopped, Harper’s Ferry May 30, 1862 by Jim Surkamp Click Here. – 4558 words.

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POST: Video Illustrated Transcript: Antietam – Decisions Sorely Missed by Jim Surkamp
Click Here. – 7125 words.

VIDEO: Antietam – Decisions Sorely Missed Click Here. – TRT: 40:40.

98 Images From Antietam – Decisions Sorely Missed at:
Click Here. (Need to have free account with Flickr.com)

POST: Unforgettable, Wounded Thousands – 3 Women Paint the Picture from September, 1862 Click Here. 12556 words.

POST: “Beyond a cut finger. . .” – Wounded Thousands in Shepherdstown, Va.- September, 1862 Click Here. 13468 words.

VIDEO: Shepherdstown’s Wounded Thousands – Sept., 1862 by Jim Surkamp Click Here. TRT: 54:53.

POST: Video Transcript: Shepherdstown’s Wounded Thousands, September, 1862 Click Here. 6522 words.

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POST: The Fall of “Freedomland” – Harper’s Ferry, September, 1862 – With Dennis Frye. Click Here. 25,220 words.

VIDEO: The Capture of Harper’s Ferry, Va. September, 1862 with Historian Dennis Frye. Click Here. TRT: 45:12

POST: Transcript – The Capture of Harper’s Ferry, Va. September, 1862 with Historian Dennis Frye. Click Here. 7836 words.

POST: A “Small” Blunder Ends Lee’s Campaign – Sept. 19-20, 1862 With Thomas A. McGrath – Click Here. 6496 words.

VIDEO: A “Small” Blunder Ends Lee’s Campaign – Sept. 19-20, 1862 With Thomas A. McGrath – Click Here. TRT: 35:02.

POST/VIDEO Transcript – One “Small” Blunder Ends Lee’s Campaign – Sept. 19-20, 1862 With Thomas A. McGrath – Click Here. 5169 words.

POST: Home From War – Jefferson County, VA. 1862 – “in the arms of autumn.” Click Here. 5138 words.

POST: 25 “Perfect” Days at The Bower – September-October, 1862 – Click Here. 7,662 words.

POST: Crossings & Campfires – September-October 1862, after Sharpsburg. Click Here. 548 words.

VIDEO: Lorena – The Civil War’s most beloved song by Jim Surkamp. Click Here.
TRT: 6:58. Mandolin played by Zythyra Austen.

POST: Video Transcript and Citations: Lorena – The Civil War’s most beloved song by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 970 words.

VIDEO: “Jeb” Stuart and The “Curse” of the Silver Spurs. by Jim Surkamp (captioned). Click Here. TRT:11:03.

POST: Illustrated Video Transcript With Citations: “Jeb” Stuart and The “Curse” of the Silver Spurs. by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 3403 words.

flickr.com 78 images.

POST: Illustrated Video Transcript – Food-ways In Civil War Virginia by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 9506 words.

VIDEO: West African Cooking in Old Virginia (captioned) by Jim Surkamp . Click Here. TRT: 14:36.

VIDEO: Hardtack, Weevils, and Other Enemies (captioned) by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 15:13.

VIDEO: Frank Vizetelly – “This Englishman Can’t Cook” (captioned) by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 8:35.

flickr.com 79 images.

POST: From The Bower to “Gone With the Wind” by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 1967 words.

VIDEO: From The Bower to “Gone With the Wind” by Jim Surkamp. Click Here.
TRT: 14:22.

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VIDEO: – Civil War in Jefferson & Berkeley Counties, VA. Sept. 18-Sept.22, 1862. Click Here.
TRT: 17:39.

POST: Illustrated Transcript- Jefferson & Berkeley Counties – September 18-September 22, 1862. Click Here. 2160 words.

flickr.com. 67 images.

VIDEO: Civil War in Jefferson County, WV Sept. 22-28, 1862 by Jim Surkamp (captioned). Click Here. TRT: 25:51.

POST: Civil War in Jefferson County, WV Sept. 22-28, 1862 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 4229 words.

flickr.com. 105 images.

VIDEO: Hard Times Come Again No More performed by Terry Tucker. Click Here. TRT: 2:42.

POST: “Hard Times Come Again No More” performed by Terry Tucker. Click Here. 350 words.

POST: The Home Front in Jefferson County Then-VA, Fall, 1862 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here.
1449 words.

VIDEO: The Home Front in Jefferson County Then-Virginia, September-October, 1862. Click Here.
TRT: 12:07.

flickr.com. 114 images.

POST: 25 “Perfect” Days at The Bower – The People, fall, 1862 by Jim Surkamp Click Here. 3940 words.

VIDEO/POST: 25 “Perfect” Days at The Bower – fall, 1862 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here.
3996 words.

VIDEO: 25 “Perfect” Days at The Bower – fall, 1862 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 18:25.

To see flickr.com images, Click here. 84 images.

POST: 25 “Perfect” Days – The Bower’s Happenings – fall, 1862. Click Here. 17956 words.

POST: 3 Famous Years – October 16, 1859 through to October 16, 1862 in Jefferson County, WV. by Jim Surkamp
PART 1 Click Here.
PART 2 Click Here.
PART 3 Click Here.
Total words for all three posts: 4706 words.

VIDEO: 3 Famous Years – October 16, 1859 through to October 16, 1862 in Jefferson County, WV. by Jim Surkamp
To see video Parts 1 & 2, Click Here.
TRT: 15:28.
To see video Part 3, Click Here.
TRT: 26:54.
To see flickr.com images, Click Here. 80 images.

POST: Turkey Hunting – Jefferson County, VA. – fall, 1862. Click Here.
689 words.

VIDEO: Turkey Hunting – Jefferson County, VA. – fall, 1862. Click Here.
TRT: 5:25

To see flickr.com images. Click Here. 20 Images.

POST/VIDEO: Thru A Canal Lock With Your Boat – A Driver’s Manual by Jim Surkamp. Click Here.
143 words.

To see video, Click Here. TRT: 3:05
To see flickr.com images, Click Here. 78 images.

POST: Life on the C&O Canal – Summer, 1859: The Last, Lazy Glide by Jim Surkamp and “Unknown” (edited from an anonymous diary of a canal boat trip in the summer of 1859, in the Library of Congress). (Links to the five videos below are at the site post too). Click Here. 8045 words.

1. VIDEO: C & O Canal – 1859: The Last, Easy Glide
Click Here.
TRT: 5:49.

2. VIDEO: C & O Canal – 1859: The Day The Mules Panicked Click Here.
TRT: 7:04.

3. VIDEO: C & O Canal – 1859: Snakes, Food and Fiddlin’ Click Here.
TRT: 5:55.

4. VIDEO: C & O Canal – 1859: Pushy Hogs, Parties, N’ Dung Bugs Click Here.
TRT: 8:35.

5. VIDEO: C & O Canal – 1859: Snapping Turtles and Shadflies Click Here.
TRT: 7:50.

To see flickr set for this C&O Canal series Click Here. 78 images.

POST: June 20, 1863: West Virginia is Born – And Jefferson County Unaware by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 4144 words.

To see flickr set for this post, Click Here. 47 images.

POST: 128 Union Soldiers Who Were Jefferson County African-Americans – Source Documents
Click Here. 203 words.

VIDEO: The C & O Canal During The Civil War, with Author Timothy R. Snyder (Pt. 1)
Click Here. TRT: 8:11.

POST: The C & O Canal During The Civil War, with Author Timothy R. Snyder (Pt. 1)
Click Here. 1454 words.

flickr images: Click Here. 35 images.

POST: The Fall of Redmond Burke and the “Harvard Men”, With Author Steve French
Click Here. 8005 words.

1. VIDEO: The Fall of Redmond Burke, With Author Steve French by Jim Surkamp.
Click Here. TRT: 6:45.

flickr images: Click Here. 165 images.

2. VIDEO: Who is Redmond Burke?, With Author Steve French and Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 5:18.

flickr images: Click Here. 42 images

3. VIDEO: The “Harvard men” Hunt Down “Bushwhacker” Burke – November 24, 1862, Shepherdstown, VA. Click Here. TRT: 16:30.

flickr images: Click Here. 54 images.

4. VIDEO: Shepherdstown, VA. November, 1862 & The Shameful Searchers. Click Here. TRT: 23:06.

POST: Strange Is Wesley Culp’s Way Home Part 1 of 3. Click Here. 1779 words.

1. VIDEO: Strange is Wesley Culp’s Way Home Part 1 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 8:44.

To see flickr set for this post: Click Here. 48 images.

POST: Strange is Wesley Culp’s Way Home Part 2 of 3 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 1044 words.

2, VIDEO: Strange is Wesley Culp’s Way Home Part 2 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 7:42.

POST: Strange is Wesley Culp’s Way Home Part 3 of 3 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 1936 words.

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3. VIDEO: Strange is Wesley Culp’s Way Home Part 3 of 3 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 9:50:

Flickr Set. Click Here. 52 images.

1. VIDEO: Unforeseeable Spring – Jefferson County. Va. 1862. Click Here. TRT: 12:50

POST: Unforeseeable Spring – Jefferson County. Va. 1862. Click Here. 1172 words.

Flickr Set: Click Here. 66 Images.

2. VIDEO: The Impossible Autumn – Jefferson County, Va. 1862 Pt. 1 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 13:35.

POST: The Impossible Autumn – Jefferson County, Va. 1862 Pt. 1 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 1777 words.

3. VIDEO: The Impossible Autumn – Jefferson County, Va. 1862 Pt. 2 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 14:32.

POST: The Impossible Autumn – Jefferson County, Va. 1862 Pt. 2 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 2021 words.

Images at Flickr: Click Here. 40 Images.
Images at Flickr: Click Here. 54 images.

4. VIDEO: The Impossible Autumn – Jefferson County, Va. 1862 Pt. 3 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here.
TRT: 15:51.

POST: The Impossible Autumn (Pt. 3) – 1862, Jefferson County, Va. by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 2313 words.

Images at Flickr:
1. Click Here for Battle of Shepherdstown segment. 55 Images.
2. Click Here for segment on The Bower. 61 Images.

5. The Impossible Autumn Pt. 4 – Jefferson County, Va. by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 24:10.

POST: The Impossible Autumn – Jefferson County, Va. 1862 Pt. 4 by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 4271 words.

Images at Flickr: Click Here. 137 Images.

POST: 130 African Sons of Jefferson County . . . in Blue Coats by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 8589 words.

Images at Flickr:
Click Here. 66 Images.

POST: Feet for Freedom by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 1332 words.

VIDEO: Feet for Freedom by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 8:56.

Images on Flicker: Click Here. 77 images.

POST: 31 “Sacrificers” by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 1098 words.

VIDEO: 31 “Sacrificers” by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 6:21.

Images on Flickr: Click Here. 59 images.

POST: Charles Town’s Jim Taylor on His Family’s Vivid History. Click Here. 3349 words.

VIDEO No. 1: Jim Taylor & His Family History (Mother’s Side) May, 2013 Pt. 1. Click Here. TRT: 6:06.

VIDEO No. 2: Jim Taylor & His Family History (Father’s Side) May, 2013 Pt. 2. Click Here. TRT: 6:33.

VIDEO No. 3: Jim Taylor On His Family’s History and John Dotson. Click Here.
TRT: 6:13.

VIDEO No. 4: Jim Taylor, his family history and Beverly K. Taylor, Sr. Click Here. TRT: 2:58.

POST: Family Historian Shelley Murphy on the Goins Family. Click Here. 4642 words.

VIDEO: Family Historian Shelley Murphy on the Goins Family. Click Here.
TRT: 12:39.

POST: Doug Taylor (1906-1994), the King James Bible & the Constitution. Click Here. 2620 words.

VIDEO: Doug Taylor (1906-1994), the King James Bible & the Constitution. Click Here. TRT: 17:31.

POST: Ambrose Ranson Remembers Jefferson County, Va. in the 1840s & 1850s (1) by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 1715 words.

VIDEO: Ambrose Ranson Remembers Jefferson County, Va. in the 1840s & 1850s (1) by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 6:44.

Images on Flickr: Click Here. 36 images.

POST: Ambrose Ranson Remembers Jefferson County, Va. in the 1840s & 1850s (2) by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. 2476 words.

VIDEO: Ambrose Ranson Remembers Jefferson County, Va. in the 1840s & 1850s (2) by Jim Surkamp. Click Here. TRT: 8:16.

Images on Flickr: Click Here. 36 images.

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SOLDIERS FROM JEFFERSON COUNTY, VA.

12TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY (LIKELY JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY):

Frye, Dennis E. (1988). “12th Virginia Cavalry.” Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, Inc. Print.

This draws heavily from Dennis Frye’s published regimental history of the 12th Virginia Cavalry and we give him special thanks for permission to present much of his findings while researching the Confederate Service Records before there was such a thing as the Internet. Soldiers’ names and ages were compared to the 1850 and 1860 Censuses for Jefferson County. To see individual biographies and Mr. Frye’s contributions, Click Here.

ADAMS, WILLIAM A.
AISQUITH, EDWARD M.
AISQUITH, WILLAM M.
ALEXANDER, CHARLES ARMISTEAD
ALEXANDER, HERBERT LEE
ALLEN, BRENT F.
ALLEN, JAMES M.
ALLEN, JOHN W.
ALLEN, WILLIAM
ANDERSON, ISAAC
ANDREWS, DANIEL
ANDREWS, JOHN W.

BACKHOUSE, GEORGE H. C.
BADGER, JOHN J.
BAIN, GARRETT W.
BANEY, THADDEUS, JR.
BANKS, WASHINGTON
BARNES, CHARLES ELDRIDGE
BARRINGER, JAMES.
BAYLOR, GEORGE
BAYLOR, HENRY BEDINGER
BAYLOR, RICHARD CHANNING
BAYLOR, ROBERT WILLIAM
BAYLOR, ROBERT WILLIAM, JR.
BEALL, HENRY
BILLINGS, HENRY MARTIN
BLAKE, GEORGE V.
BLUE, JOHN
BLUE, JOSEPH G.
BLACKFORD, JOHN CORBIN
BAYLISS, THOMAS H.
BOLEY, BENJAMIN. F.
BOTELER, CHARLES PEALE
BOWERS, GEORGE D.
BOYERS (BOYER) GEORGE
BRANTNER, GEORGE WARREN
BRISCOE, WILLIAM DARKE
BROOKS, HARRISON
BROWN, JOHN W.
BROWN, JOSEPH
BROWN, THOMAS M.
BUTLER, JOHN DOUGLAS
BUTT, ADAM S.
BUTT, JAMES W.
BUZZARD, ALBERT

CAMERON, WILLIAM H.
CATON, GEORGE WALTON
CHAMBERLAIN, LUCIEN L.
CHAMBERS, MARSHAL N.
CLAPSADDLE, WILLIAM, J.
CLAPSADDLE, WILLIAM, H.
CLIMER (CLYMER), DANIEL
CLIMER (CLYMER), FRANKLIN (FRANCIS)
(COCKERELL), THOMAS
COFFINBERGER, JAMES HENRY
COLBERT, JOSEPH A.
COLEMAN, JOHN W.
COLSTON, JOHN T.
CONKLYN, CHARLES CASSENDER
CONKLYN, JAMES HITE
CONRAD, ALEXANDER N.
CONRAD, NATHANIEL C.
CONRAD, JAMES M. M.
COOK, GEORGE W.
COOK, JAMES W.
COOKE, BUSHROD W.
COOKUS, ROBERT D.
COPELAND, PHILIP D.
CORDELL, GEORGE EDWARDS
COYLE, JAMES W.
COYLE, JOSEPH C.
CRAIGHILL, ROBERT TEMPLEMAN
CRANE, CHARLES L.
CRANE, JAMES
CRANE, JOSEPH C.
CRAYTON, (CRATON, CREATION, CRETON, CREIGHTON). GEORGE
CURRIE, CHARLES W.

DAILY, JOHN W.
DAILY, REZIN
DILLOW, JOHN J.
DILLOW, JOSEPH W.
DOOLEY, LEWIS W. (or H.)
DOUGLAS, A. D.
DOVENBERGER, DANIEL

EASTERDAY, JOHN S.
EASTERDAY, JOSEPH H.
ENGLE, BENJAMIN D.
ENGLE, HENRY C.
ENGLE, GEORGE WASHINGTON
ENGLE, JACOB H.
ENGLE, SAMUEL DARKE
ENGLE, WILLIAM F.

FARNSWORTH, JOHN
FARNSWORTH, LUCIEN B.
FLANAGAN, WILLIAM McCLANAHAN
FRALEY, DAVID D.
FRALEY, JOHN JAMES
FRY, JOSEPH DANIEL
FURREY, MARTIN LUTHER

GALLAHER, JAMES N.
GALLAHER, J. SHANNON
GARRISON, THOMAS M.
GARRISON, LEWIS
GAY, JAMES
GIBSON, WILLIAM HURST
GLASSFORD, WILLIAM ALEX
GRANTHAM, JOHN S.
GROVE, LEWIS HENRY

HAGAN, CORNELIUS J.
HAGLEY(HAGELEY), GEORGE H.
HALPIN, JAMES
HANNAH, DAVID W.
HAYSLETT, JOHN H.
HAYSLETT, WILLIAM
HENDERSON, CHARLES E.
HENDERSON, JOHN
HENDERSON, ROBERT MAGRUDER
HENDRICKS, DANIEL WEBSTER
HENDRICKS, TOBIAS
HENKLE, DANIEL GROVE
HERR, EDGAR GREENE WILLIAMS
HESS, CHARLES WILLIAM
HICKS, JOHN
HILBERT, GEORGE
HILBERT, JOHN E.
HOFFMAN, DAVID P.
HOFFMAN, GEORGE L.
HOFFMAN, JOHN
HOFFMASTER, JOHN W.
HORNER, A. M.
HORNER, THOMAS B.
HORNER, WILLIAM
HOUGH, CHARLES MASON
HOUSE, SAMUEL STRIDER
HOWELL, JOHN McPHERSON
HUNTER, HENRY CLAY
HURST, JOHN HARRY

ISLER, CHARLES H.
JAMES, JOHN W.
JOHNSON, CHARLES GIBBS
JOHNSON, GEORGE D.
JOHNSON, WILLIAM

KEARNEY, HENRY WALPER
KEPHART, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON “TIP”
KERFOOT, GEORGE W.
KIMMEL, ISAIAH (ISAAC)
KNOTT, JOHN LOCHER
KNOTT, GEORGE SAUNDERS
KNOTT, SAMUEL MITCHELL

LACKLAND, EDWARD MORTON
LEWIS, BENJAMIN F.
LEWIS, ELISHA J.
LEWIS, GEORGE M.
LEWIS, JOHN L.
LICKLIDER, JAMES FRANK
LICKLIDER, JOHN CONRAD
LICKLIDER, JOSEPH SEISS
LANGDON, JAMES H.
LAPOLE (LEOPOLD), ANDREW T
LOCK, WILLIAM J.
LOWDIN, JOHN
LUCAS, BENJAMIN F.

MANNING, CHARLES JAMES
MANNING, GEORGE UPSHAW
MANNING, FRANCIS JACK
MANNING, WILLIAM PRICE
MANUEL, COLUMBUS C.
MANUEL, JASPER
MANUEL, JOHN
MANUEL, LUCIAN M.
MANUEL, THORNTON
McCLEARY, JOHN W.
McDONOUGH, JAMES
McGARRY, JAMES W.
McMINKLE, (McWINKLER), JAMES
(Mc)WINKLER, JACOB
McSHERRY, WILLIAM
MELVIN, JAMES ALLEN
MILLER, ABRAHAM
MILLER, JAMES H. (or A)
MINGHINI, (MINGHINNA), JOSEPH LEE
MOLER, DANIEL GRIFFITH
MOLER, GEORGE ADAM
MOLER, GEORGE WASHINGTON
MOLER, JACOB SWAGLER
MOLER, NEWTON ISAAC (or ISAAC NEWTON)
MOLER, ROLLIN “WHISTLER”
MOLER, SANDERS
MOLER, WILLIAM JACOB
MOORE, ALBERT. L
MOORE, FONROSE M.
MOORE, VINCENT G.
MORGAN, FRANCIS W.
MORGAN, SAMUEL R.
MORNINGSTAR, CHARLES
MORROW, J. R.
MORROW, WILLIAM H.

NEILL, SAMUEL BAKER
NICELY, ALEXANDER DAVID
NICHOLL, LEWIS HENRY
NOLAND, CHARLES P.
NOLAND, SAMUEL C.
NORTH, ROBERT WILLIAM

O’BANNON, HIRAM
O’CONNELL, PATRICK
OGDEN, JOHN D.
OSBOURN (OSB0URNE) JAMES A.
OSBOURN, JAMES BURR
OSBOURN, ROBERT LEWIS
OSBOURN, THOMAS J.
OSBOURN, GEORGE WILLIAM

PAINTER, GEORGE W.
PAINTER, JACOB
PEARL, DANIEL BENJAMIN
PIPER, WILLIAM W.
PRATHER CHARLES
PRATHER, DENTON
PRETZMAN,WILLIAM W.

RANDALL, JAMES P.
RANSON, BRISCOE B.
RANSON, THOMAS DAVIS
REDMAN, THOMAS S.
REED, DANIEL M.
REED, WILLIAM BENJAMIN
REINHART, ANDREW PHILIP
REINHART, WILLIAM L.
ROBERTS, JAMES L.
ROBERTS, ROBERT L.
ROBERTS, WILLIAM H.
ROBERTS WILLIAM J.
RODERICK, THOMAS
RONEMOUS, GEORGE M.
RONEMOUS, JOHN M.
ROUSS, CHARLES BROADWAY
ROUSS, MILTON J.
ROWLAND, JAMES H.
RUTHERFORD, THOMAS W.

SELDON (SELDEN), WILLIAM CAREY
SENCINDIVER, GEORGE H.
SHANER, ALEXANDER J.
SHEPHERD (SHEPPARD), JAMES W.
SHIPWAY, THOMAS J.
SHIRLEY, JAMES
SHIRLEY, JOHN W.
SHROUT, LEWIS
SHOW, JOSEPH COLLINS
SLIFER, EMANUEL.
SMITH, GEORGE L.
SNYDER, JAMES A.
STARRY, TUSTIN L.
STRIDER, ISAAC H.
STRIDER, JACOB HOWARD
SWIMLEY, HARRISON H.

TERRILL, JOHN URIEL
THOMPSON, THOMAS
THOMPSON, WILLIAM S.
TIMBERLAKE, JAMES H.
TIMBERLAKE, SETH MASON

WARE, RICHARD
WALKER, MORGAN (MORDECAI)
WASHINGTON, BUSHROD CORBIN
WASHINGTON, GEORGE
WASHINGTON, JAMES C.
WATSON, EPHRAIM C.
WATSON, JOHN BART
WATSON, WILLIAM V.
WEBSTER, THOMAS DALLAS
WELCH, MICHAEL
WHITTINGTON, BENJAMIN
WHITTINGTON, DANIEL W.
WHITTINGTON, JAMES
WHITTINGTON, JOHN NEWTON
WILSON, JOHN W.
WILSON, WILLIAM LYNE
WILT, GEORGE W.
WINGARD (WINGERD), GEORGE R.
WlNTERMYER (WINTERMOYER), WlLLIAM H.
WRIGHT, SAMUEL S.

YATES, JOHN ORFEUR
YOUNG, MASON E.

ZOLL(ZOTT), STEPHEN
ZOMBRO, JAMES WILLIAM
ZOMBRO, GEORGE
ZOMBRO, ISAAC W.
ZOMBRO, JOHN D.
ZOMBRO, THOMAS B.

2ND VIRGINIA INFANTRY REGIMENT (LIKELY JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY):

Frye, Dennis E. (1984).”2nd Virginia Infantry.” Lynchburg, Va.: H. E. Howard, Inc. Print.

This draws heavily from Dennis Frye’s published regimental history of the 2nd Virginia Infantry Regiment and we give him special thanks for permission to present much of his findings while researching the Confederate Service Records before there was such a thing as the Internet. Soldiers’ names and ages were compared to the 1850 and 1860 Censuses for Jefferson County. To see individual biographies and Mr. Frye’s contributions, Click Here.

ADAMS, GEORGE E.
AISQUITH, ARCHIBALD H.
AISQUITH, CHARLES W.
AISQUITH, CHARLES M.
ALEXANDER, WILLIAM FONTAINE
ALLEN, JAMES M.
ALLEN, JAMES WALKENSHAW
ALLSTADT, J. THOMAS
ANDERSON, GEORGE W.
ARTHUR, WILLIAM
ASHBAUGH, JOSEPH H.
ASHBY. GEORGE W.
ASHBY. WILLIAM F.

BARNHART, DANIEL E.
BARNHART, GEORGE W.
BARNHART, HENRY F.
BARR, DAVID
BARR, JOHN F.
BARR, MARTIN L.
BARRINGER, GEORGE W.
BEALL, JOHN YATES
BEALL, WILLIAM
BEDINGER, GEORGE RUST
BERRY, CHARLES JAMES
BERRY, LAWRENCE LEE GRIBBS
BAST (BOST) GEORGE M.
BOTELER, ALEXANDER R., JR.
BOTTS, LAWSON
BOWERS, JOHN B.
BROTHERTON, ROBERT R.
BRISCOE, THOMAS W.
BROWN, JAMES H.
BROWN, JOSEPH F. (H.)
BROWN, SAMUEL HOWELL
BROWN, WILLIAM J.
BURNETT, THOMAS D.
BURNETT, WILLIAM
BUTLER, FRANCIS G.
BUTLER, VINCENT MOORE
BUTLER, WILLIAM
BUZZARD, GEORGE W.

CAMERON, ALEXANDER B.
CAMERON, HENRY F.
CAMPBELL, JAMES A.
CHAMBERS, GEORGE W.
CHAPMAN, JAMES W.
CHAPMAN, JOHN
CHAPMAN, JOHN W.
CHAPMAN, JOSEPH H.
CLEMENTS, FRANCES X.
CLINE, HENRY J.
CLINE, PARRAN R.
COCKRELL, DAVID H.
COLBERT, GEORGE W.
COLBERT, JOHN JAMES
CONLEY, WILLIAM H.
CONLEY, JAMES P.
COOKUS, GEORGE W.
CONNER, MORRIS
CRAIGHILL, EDWARD A.
CRAIGHILL, JAMES B.
CROMWELL, RICHARD W.
CULP, JOHN WESLEY
CURRIE, GEORGE E.

DALGARN, STEPHEN S.
DANDRIDGE, PHILIP PENDLETON
DANDRIDGE, EDMOND PENDLETON
DAVENPORT, HENRY BEDINGER
DAVIS, GEORGE A. S.
DAVIS, HENRY C.
DAVIS, JOSEPH M.

EICHELBERGER, HENRY
EICHELBERGER, LEWIS, S.
EICHELBERGER, GEORGE F.
EICHELBERGER, WEBSTER
ENGLE, JOHN M.
ENGLE, WILLIAM F.
ENTLER, CATO MOORE
ENTLER, CHARLES E.
ENTLER, DANIEL M.
ENTLER, JOHN PHIL
ENTLER, JOSEPH N.
ENTLER, WILLIAM M.
ENGLISH, ROBERT M.

FAGHENDER, FENTON L.
FAGHENDER, JOSEPH H.
FEAMAN, JOHN S.
FEAMAN, WELLS A.
FERRELL, CHARLES F.
FLAGG, GEORGE H.
FOLEY, JOHN F.
FOWLER, SAMUEL H.
FRAZIER, JAMES H.
FULK, WILLIAM

GAGEBY, DAVID B.
GALLAHER, CHARLES FRANK
GALLAHER, CHARLES HORACE
GALLAHER, WILLIAM B.
GIBSON, JOSHUA GREGG
GOHEEN, THOMAS
GOLD, THOMAS DANIEL
GREEN, THOMAS CLAIBORNE
GROVE, FRANCIS T.
GROVE, WILLIAM H.
GRUBER, BENJAMIN F.

HAMTRAMCK, SELBY M.
HANNAH, THOMAS W.
HARRELL, EDWARD R.
HARRELL, EDWIN R.
HASTINGS, DANIEL B.
HAWKS, WELLS JOSEPH
HAWN, WILLIAM H. H.
HENDERSON, DAVID E.
HENDERSON, RICHARD
HENDRICKS, DANIEL WEBSTER
HENDRICKS, JAMES MADISON
HENDRICKS, WILLIAM
HENSON, GEORGE W.
HESSEY, CHARLES E.
HESSEY, EDWARD H.
HESSEY, RICHARD AMOS
HILL, JOHN
HOOFF, JAMES LAWRENCE
HOOFF, WILLIAM A.
HOPKINS, ABNER CRUMP
HORN, GEORGE
HOUT, DAVID H.
HOUT, GEORGE W.
HOWELL, DAVID, JR.
HUMPHREYS, DAVID
HUMRICKHOUSE, GEORGE W.
HUMRICKHOUSE, SAMUEL P.
HUNSICKER, JAMES W.
HUNTER, ANDREW
HUNTER, JAMES H. L.
HUNTER, THOMAS C.
HURST, JAMES A.
HURST, THOMAS G.
HUTSON, ROBERT

JENKINS, JOSEPH J.
JOHNSON, JOHN W.
JONES, JOHN W.

KANODE, BLACKFORD W.
KEERL, JOHN D.
KEERL, ROBERT DOUGLAS
KEERL, WILLIAM L.
KEYES, WILLIAM H.
KIMES, HENRY
KIMES, WILLIAM

LACKLAND, FRANCIS
LAMBRIGHT, GEORGE W.
LEE, RICHARD HENRY
LEMON, ALEX
LEVI, GEORGE W.
LEWIS, JOHN H. B.
LEWIS, LEWIS
LEWIS, WALTER
LEWIS, WILLIAM H.T.
LICKLIDER, GEORGE W.
LINK, ADAM, JR.
LINK, ADAM CRUZEN
LINK, JOHN ALLEN
LINK, THOMAS
LOCK, WILLIAM M.
LOYNS, HENRY M.
LUCAS, ANDREW
LUCAS, EDWARD D.

MADDOX, JAMES E.
MAGAHA, JACOB
MAGAHA, WILSON H.
MARMADUKE, JAMES J.
MARMADUKE, LUTHER
MASON, JAMES MURRAY
MATHENY, BUSHROD
McCORMICK, PHILIP J.
McDONALD, WILLIAM NAYLOR
McDONOUGH, CHARLES T.
McENDREE, DANIEL M.
McENDREE, WILLIAM H.
McINTYRE (McINTIRE), RICHARD W.
McINTYRE, THOMAS B.
McKENNEY (McKINNEY), FRANCIS E.
MEDLAR, NAPOLEON B.
MELVIN, JACOB S.
MELVIN, WILLIAM
MILLBURN, HENRY
MILLER, BENJAMIN
MILLER, EMMANUEL
MILLER, MILTON B.
MILLER, WILLIAM H.
MOBLEY, GEORGE W.
MOHLER, DAVID GUIN
MOLER, DANIEL
MOLER, HENRY CLAY
MOLER, LEE H.
MOLER, RALEIGH V.
MONROE, GEORGE B.
MOORE, ALBERT L.
MOORE, BERKELEY W.
MOORE, CLEON
MOORE, EDWIN L.
MOORE, FONROSE M.
MOORE, SAMUEL JOHNSTON CRAMER
MOORE, WILLIAM H.
MORNINGSTAR, SAMUEL
MURPHY, SMITH
MYERS, SAMUEL B.
MYERS, GEORGE N.
MYERS, JAMES W.

NICHOLS, FRANCIS M.
NOLAND, GEORGE WILLIAM
NOLAND, JAMES HENRY

O’BANNON, HENRY C.
O’BANNON, JAMES H.
O’BANNON, WILLIAM A.
OSBOURN, ALEXANDER LINK
OSBOURN, JAMES S. ALLEN

PAINTER, JAMES H.
PENDLETON, BENJAMIN S.
PENDLETON, JAMES ALBERT

REDMAN, WILLIAM R.
REED, JOHN J.
RICKARD, JAMES R.
RIDER, JOHN WILLIAM
RIGHTSTINE, ADAM
RISSLER, GEORGE L.
RISSLER, SAMUEL J. (or L.)
ROBERTSON, MYRTILLO STEPTOE BRENT
ROBINSON, FREDERICK M.
ROBINSON, JAMES B.
RONEMOUS, LEWIS
RONEMOUS, WILLIAM
ROWAN, JOHN W.
RUST, HENRY D.
RUST, THOMAS G.
RUTHERFORD, GERARD DAVID
RUTHERFORD, JOHN A.
RUTHERFORD, THOMAS W.

SAPPINGTON, GEORGE W.
SADLER, JOHN N.
SADLER, LEONARD L.
SANBORN, JOHN J.
SCARLET, JOHN W.
SCOTT, MICHAEL
SHARFF, JACOB K.
SHEETZ, DANIEL W.
SHEETZ, WILLIAM L.
SHEETZ, WILLIAM W.
SHEPHERD, ABRAHAM S,
SHEPHERD, EDWARD CLARENCE
SHEPHERD, H. SMITH
SHEPHERD, ALEXANDER H.
SHIRLEY, JOHN J.
SIMPSON, FRANK A.
SKINNER, WILLIS
SMALL, JAMES M. (or N.)
SMITH, CONRAD C.
SMITH, DANIEL C. (or L.)
SMITH, GEORGE W.
SNYDER, HENRY M.
SNYDER, JOHN
SPOTTS, JOSEPH B.
STEWART, CHARLES H.
STONEBRAKER, A.S.
STRAITH, JOHN ALEXANDER
STRIDER, JOHN S.
STURDY, JOHN W.
SUDDITH, GEORGE E.

TABB, CHARLES W. M.
TAPSCOTT, SAMUEL B.
TAYLOR, JOHN W.
TAYLOR, LEMUEL S.
TIMBERLAKE, BENJAMIN T.
TOWNER, HARRIS T.

WALTERS, JOSEPH W.
WASHINGTON, RICHARD
WASHINGTON, RICHARD B.
WATSON, SAMUEL
WATSON, WILLIAM
WHITE, BENJAMIN S.
WHITTINGTON, GEORGE W.
WHITTINGTON, JAMES
WHITTINGTON, JOHN N.
WHITTINGTON, CORNELIUS
WILLINGHAM, GEORGE W.
WILTSHIRE, JAMES B.
WINTERMOYER, JACOB
WINTERMOYER, THOMAS H.
WINTERMOYER, JOHN
WRITT, GEORGE W.

YONTZ, GEORGE W.
YONTZ, JOSEPH E.
YOUNG, THOMAS B.
ZITTLE, JOHN H.

1ST VIRGINIA CAVALRY (LIKELY JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY).

Driver, Robert J., Jr. (c 1991). “1st Virginia Cavalry.” Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard Inc. Print.

This compilation builds from the work of Mr.Driver and the much larger roster he compiled for his book and we are deeply indebted to his efforts.
Soldiers’ names and ages were compared to the 1850 and 1860 Censuses for Jefferson County. To see biographies of soldiers most likely from Jefferson County, Click Here.

ANDREWS, GEORGE W.

BAKER, NEWTON DIEHL
BILLMYER, JAMES M.
BILLMYER, JOHN T.
BILLMYER, MILTON J.
BILLMYER, ROBERT L.
BURKE, FRANCIS W. “FRANK”
BURKE, GEORGE F.
BURKE, MATHEW POLK
BURKE, JOHN REDMOND
BURKE, REDMOND
BUTLER, WILLIAM

EAKLE, JOHN
EVANS, ALEXANDER MASON EVENS, JR.

GALLAHER, DEWITT CLINTON
GALLAHER, WILLIAM BOWEN
GROVE, JOHN S.

HARRIS, GEORGE W.
HENSELL, EDWARD LAWRENCE
HILL, JOHN P.

KEARFOOT, PETER R.
KEARNEY, JOHN BRISCOE
KEARNEY, WILLIAM A.
KEPLINGER, JOHN FREDERICK
KEYES, WILLIAM H.
KIMES, GEORGE HENRY
KIMES, JOHN NEWTON
KNOTT, CHARLES HENRY

LEMEN, JOHN J.
LEMEN, THOMAS T.
LEMEN, WILLIAM T.
LUCAS, FRANK W.
LUCAS, GEORGE B.
LUCAS, LEWIS C.
LUCAS, ROBERT RION
LYNE, CHARLES BARTON

MCQUILKIN, WILLIAM H.
MARSHALL, J. J.
MARSHALL, JAMES MASON
MARSHALL, MASON
MARSHALL, PHINEAS PATRICK
MORGAN, DANIEL H.
MORGAN, WILLIAM A.
MYERS, DAVID H.
MYERS, JOHN W.

OSBOURN, ROBERT LEWIS

RANDALL, AARON
REINHART, JOHN
RONEMOUS, JOHN
RONEMOUS, JOHN H.
ROBERTS, JOHN W.
ROBERTS, SAMUEL

SHEPHERD, JAMES TRURO
SMALL, MAYBERRY GOHEEN
SPOTTS, GEORGE W.
SPOTTS, JACOB A.
STONEBRAKER, JOSEPH M.

TANNER, ISAAC SCOTT

WARNER, GEORGE W.
WATSON, JAMES EPHRAIM<
WATSON, JOHN J.
WATSON THOMAS SYLVESTER
WILLIS, NATHANIEL HITE

VAN METRE, JOSEPH B.

6TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY (LIKELY JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY):

Musick, Michael P. (1990). “6th Virginia Cavalry.” Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, Inc. Print.

This draws heavily from Michael Musick’s published regimental history of the 6th Virginia Cavalry and we give him special thanks for permission to present some of his findings while researching the varied Confederate Service Records and sources before there was such a thing as the Internet. Soldiers’ names and ages were compared to the 1850 and 1860 Censuses for Jefferson County. To see individual biographies and Mr. Musick’s contributions, Click Here.

BALTIS, CHARLES

DAVIS, ALBERT F.
DAVIS, A. STROTHER.

GRIGGS, JAMES LEE

HARRIS, GEORGE

JANNEY, WILLIAM WALTER

LEWIS, ROBERT HUME

MILSTEAD, JAMES
MORGAN, DANIEL HENRY

OPIE, JOHN NEWTON

PENDLETON DUDLEY DIGGES
PENDLETON, ROBERT NELSON

STEPTOE ROBERT C.

TIMBERLAKE, THOMAS WILLIAM

WIGGINTON, JAMES
WILLIAMS, THOMAS E.

CHEW’S BATTERY (LIKELY JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY):

Moore, Robert H. (1995). “Chew’s Ashby, Shoemaker’s Lynchburg and the Newtown Artillery.” Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, Inc. Print.

This draws heavily from Robert H. Moore’s published regimental history of Chew’s Battery and we give him special thanks for his work and findings while researching the varied Confederate Service Records and sources before there was such a thing as the Internet. Soldiers’ names and ages were compared to the 1850 and 1860 Censuses for Jefferson County. To see individual biographies and Mr. Moore’s contributions, Click Here.

ATKINSON, ROBERT CHILTON.

CHEW, JOHN A.
CHEW, ROGER PRESTON
CLIP(P), SAMUEL
CLIP(P), THOMAS

DECK, WILLIAM J.

HOOFFMASTER, GEORGE W.
HOOFFMASTER S. WASHINGTON

KEPHART, JACOB

LINE, JOHN D.

REILY, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN “FRANCIS”

THOMSON, JAMES WALTON

WARE, NIMROD ANDERSON

ZOMBRO, JOHN L.

7TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY (LIKELY JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY):

Riggs, David F. (1982). “7th Virginia Cavalry.” Lynchburg, VA: H.E. Howard, Inc. Print.

This draws from David F. Riggs’ published regimental history of the 7th Virginia Cavalry and we are indebted to his efforts. Soldiers’ names and ages were compared to the 1850 and 1860 Censuses for Jefferson County. To see individual biographies and Mr. Rigg’s contributions, Click Here.

CLEMENS, WILLIAM

DINKLE, LEWIS GRAHAM
DREW, DOLPHIN
DRISCOL, DANIEL O.

GLENN, JAMES W.

MCDONALD, ANGUS WILLIAM JR.
MYERS, SAML. B.

ORNDORFF, JAMES G.

STARRY, JOHN D.
STARRY, WILLIAM S.

43rd BATTALION VIRGINIA CAVALRY (LIKELY JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY):

Keen, Hugh C. (1993). “43rd Battalion Virginia Cavalry, Mosby’s Command. ” Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, Inc. Print.

This draws from Hugh C. Keen’s published regimental history of the Col. John S Mosby’s Command and we are indebted to his efforts. Soldiers’ names and ages were compared to the 1850 and 1860 Censuses for Jefferson County. To see individual biographies and Mr. Keens’s contributions, Click Here.

LITTLETON, JAMES T.
LOCK, JOHN W.

WlLTSHIRE, JAMES G.

33RD VIRGINIA INFANTRY REGIMENT (LIKELY JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY)

For more information on Col. Lee Click Here.

LEE, WILLIAM FITZHUGH

LIKELY JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS IN OTHER CONFEDERATE UNITS For biographies in greater detail and sources, Click Here

DANDRIDGE, ADAM S. – Captain A. Graham’s Company of Virginia Light Artillery (1st Rockbridge Artillery).

PENDLETON, LEMUEL – Capt. Kirkpatrick’s Company (Amherst Art’y) Virginia Light Artillery.

RANSON, AMBROSE, ROBERT HITE – Adjutant to then-Lt. Col. J. Pegram
RANSON, JAMES FRANCIS MADISON – Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. James Pegram

WASHINGTON, JOHN A. – Aide-de-Camp Gen. Robert E. Lee.
WASHINGTON, LEWIS W. vol. as Aide-de-Camp to Gen. Johnston, 1861

LIKELY JEFFERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS WHO WERE SOLDIERS IN THE FEDERAL ARMY
An excellent reference on this topic is:
McKinney, Tim. (2000). “West Virginia Civil War Almanac.” Charleston, WV: Quarrier Press. Print. For more information, Click Here.

BIRD, DANIEL H.: 1st West Virginia Infantry
BOND, JOHN H.: Co. B Loudoun Rangers Va. Cav.

DUET, HIRAM: 195th PA Inf.

FOREMAN, JOHN W.: Loudoun Reg’t.

GIDDY, JOHN H.: Pvt. Co. H 18th Reg’t U.S. Inf.
GONTER, JOSEPH N.: 1st West Virginia Infantry
GRAHAM, GEORGE W.: Co. H 3rd U.S. Cav.

HAMORICIER, CHARLES: Lt. Co. G 1st NY Cav.
HARRISON, JOHN L.: Co. G 13th WV Inf.
HAWK, JAMES W.: Corp. Co. D 30th New Jersey Inf.

INGRAM, THOMAS J.: Pvt. Co. H 7th U.S. Inf.

LEMEN, THOMAS J.: Pvt. Co. I, First Maryland Cavalry.
LEWIS, ARTHUR C.: Pvt. Co. D. 1st MD Cav.

MANSFIELD, JAMES T.: Co. E 1st MD Inf.
MERCHANT, SAMUEL L.: 1st West Virginia Infantry
MCCOY, JOSEPH: Pvt. Co. H 1st MD Inf.

NICEWARNER (NISWANNER), H. C.
PADGETT, JOHN W.: 1st MD Cav.

SISLER, ABRAHAM: Co. B 1st MD Cav.
SNYDER, JOHN

WINTERS, THOMAS B.: 13th MA. Inf.

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ADAMS, I. H.
ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY
ANDERSON, OSBORNE
ANDREWS, ELIZA F.
AVEY, ELIJAH
ANDREWS, REV. C.W.
ARNOLD, ISAAC H.
ARTER, JARED M.

BARRY, JOSEPH
BAYLOR, GEORGE
BEALL, JOHN Y.
F. W. BEERS
BENNETT, WILLIAM W.
BIGELOW, JACOB
BLACKFORD, WILLIAM W.
BOOTH, GEORGE WILSON
BOWEN, ELI
BOTELER, ALEXANDER R.
BRACKETT, L. P.
BROWN, S. HOWELL
BUSHONG, MILLARD K.

CALLAHAN, JAMES MORTON
CARMAN, EZRA. A.
CARTMELL, THOMAS K.
CASLER, JOHN O.
CASPER, SCOTT E.
CHEW, ROGER P.
CHISHOLM, J. J.
CITTI, L. F.
CONSER, S. L. M.
COPE, E. B.
COWLES, CAPT. CALVIN D.
CRAIGHILL, WM. P.
CUMMING, KATE

DAVIS, CHARLES E.
DAWSON, FANCIS W.
DAY, SAMUEL PHILLIPS
DELANY, MARTIN R.
DEW, CHARLES B.
DEWITT, ROBERT. M.
DOUGLAS, HENRY KYD
DRUITT, ROBERT

EDWARDS, WILLIAM H.
EGGLESTON, GEORGE CARY
ENTLER, MARY LOUISE
ESTABROOKS, HENRY L.

FISKE, SAMUEL W.
FLAGG, CHARLES ALLCOTT
FREEHLING, WILLIAM M.
FRY, JOSHUA
FULLER, CHARLES A.

GILMOR, HARRY
GOLD, THOMAS D.
GOLDSMITH, M.
GOODWIN, DORIS KEARNS
GOSS, WARREN L.
GREEN, LINDA L.
GROEN, PETER
GUERNSEY, ALFRED H.

HALL, GRANVILLE D.
HAY, JOHN J.
HAYES, RUTHERFORD
HERRINGTON, MARY ENTLER
HINTON, RICHARD
HOEN, A.
HOLLAND, MARY GARDNER
HOTCHKISS, JEDEDIAH
HUMPHREYS, DAVID

IMBODEN, JOHN D.

JACKSON, MARY ANNA
JACOBI, L.
JEFFERSON, PETER
JONES, JOHN B.
JONES, J. W.
JUNIOR, JOSEPHUS (JOSEPH BARRY)

KENNEDY, PHILIP PENDLETON
KERCHEVAL, SAMUEL

LANG, THEODORE F.
LEE, SUSAN P.
LESLIE, FRANK
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM
LIVERMORE, MARY A.
LUCAS, DANIEL B.

MAHON, MICHAEL G.
MATTERN, H. W.
MCCARTHY, CARLTON
MCDONALD, CORNELIA P.
MCDONALD, WILLIAM NAYLOR
MCGUIRE, JUDITH
MILLER, FRANCIS TREVELYAN
MITCHELL, MARY B.
MITCHELL, S. W.
MORGAN. WILLIAM A.
MOORE, EDWARD ALEXANDER

NEESE, GEORGE M.
NELSON, ROBERT K.
NEWCOMER, C. ARMOUR
NICOLAY, JOHN G.
NIGHTINGALE, FLORENCE
NORRIS, J. E.

OPIE, JOHN N.
OSBURN, LOGAN

PARKER, GRANVILLE
PAXTON, ELISHA FRANKLIN
PENDLETON, LEILA A.
PERKS, DOUGLAS P.

QUINT, ALONZO H.

RANDOLPH, MARY
RANSON, A. R. H.
RASMUSSEN, BARBARA
REDPATH, JAMES
REESE, GEORGE H.
RUFFIN, EDMUND

SAMELS, MARK
SANBORN, F. B.
SCHULTEN, SUSAN
SCOTT, H. L.
SCHLEBECKER, JOHN T.
SHARP, THOMAS R.
SPRAGUE, HOMER B.
STONEBRAKER, JOSEPH R.
STROTHER, DAVID H.
SURKAMP, JIM

TAYLOR, RICHARD
THERIAULT, WILLIAM D.
TIDWELL, WILLIAM A.
TROWBRIDGE, JOHN T.
TUCKERMAN, HENRY T.
TURNER, GEORGE W.

UNRAU, HARLAN D.

VAIRIN, AUGUSTUS
VAISZ, W.
VILLARD, OSWALD GARRISON
VON BOERCKE, HEROS

WATSON, SCOTT, MD.
WELLS, J.
WHIPPER, FRANCES ROLLIN
WHITE, CHARLES.
WHITMAN, WALT
WILLEY, WILLIAM P.
WILLIAMS, GEORGE F.
WILSON, WILLIAM L.
WISE, BARTON H.

AFRICAN-AMERICANS WHO WERE BORN IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, VA. AND ENLISTED IN THE FEDERAL UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS AND RELATED UNITS, ACCORDING TO SERVICE RECORDS.

Aleck Adley

Alexander Arnett

Edward Brown

Jordan Brown

George Brown

Richard Burke

Abram Burris

Jacob Burrous

Luke Burrows

William Cephas

Albert Cook

Dallas Cottar

Harry Dorsey

William Edwards

Benjamin Fisher

James Foster

Thomas Frame

David Franklin

Benjamin Franklin

Anthony Freeman

Alberter Freeman

Arnold Freeman

Nimrod Freeman

James R. Furgerson

William Gibson

John Gibson

Arthur Goings

Thomas Gones

James Green

John Hogans

Dennis Holly

Jas Hopewell

Henry Hunter

Harry Johnson

Philip Johnson

George Johnson

Benjamin Johnson

David Jones

James Albert Jones

Nathan Jones

Tony King

Thomas Lankford

Zachariah Lawson

George Lowery

Manuel Lucas

Daniel Mason

Tecumsia McDonald

John Mcgruder

William Miner

Thomas Moore

George W. Pennington

Jacob Philpot

Robert Powell

Alexander Ransom

Moses Robinson

George Robinson

Thornton Rolling

Thomas Ross

Thomas Ross

Owen Rouband

Archur Ruffin

Robert Russ

Benjamin T. Shepherd

Joshua Smith

Jessie S. Smith

William Smith

William Spellman

George Stanley

Henry Stephens

Charles H. Thomson

Randolf Thornton

William Washington

Lewis Washington

Henry Washington

John W. Washington

Peter Washington (2)

Peter Washington

Wm H. Washington

John W. Welcome

Charles Wheeler

Joseph White

John L. Whiting

John Williams

George Williams

Charles S. Williams

James Williams

Lewis Willis

James R. Willis

James Wist

CHARLES TOWN, VA.

Absolam Arter

Charles French

George W. Galloway

James Gatewood

Mathew Grant

Phillip Green

Mitchell Green

Charles Harrison

Frank Hill

Joseph Jones

Spencer Lewis

James Owens

William Paine

Frederick B. Randolph

William Riley

James Sheldon

Fill Smith

Henry Weaver (2)

Henry Weaver

Alexander White

James Williams

HARPER’S FERRY, VA.

Charles Bentley

John Bosley

George Cousins

Jethrow Danson

John Doliver

George W. Harris

Ambrose C. Jackson

Wm Jones

Tom McCarty

Thomas Moore

Barnett Quales

Henry Robison

Joseph Polk Sedgwick

George W. Shorts

George Stewart

John Henry Thomas

Jasper Thompson

Frank Walker

Richard Warfield