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Guilerme (J2b2a1 CTS6190) Moises Benabides Dinis (AKA William Edward Harlowe)

Also Known As: "William Edward Harlow", "Squire Harlow", "Judge Harlow"
Birthdate: (76)
Birthplace: Charlottesville, VA, USA
Death: July 8, 1902 (76)
Stanardsville, VA, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Joao Moises Dionis Benabides (J2b2a1 CTS6190) and Elizabeth "Betty" Brooks
Husband of Mary "Polly" W. Herring and Sara Ann Herring
Father of Earnest George Harlow (J2b2a*); Minnie Mae Harlow; Oscar Lee Harlow (J2b2a*); Charles P. Harlow (J2b2a*); Rosser Clement Harlow (J2b2a*) and 9 others
Brother of James Hezekiah Harlowe (J2b2a*) and Frances "Franky" Harlowe

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About Guilerme (J2b2a1 CTS6190) Moises Benabides Dinis

Guillerme Moises Benabides Dinis was adopted at the age of 8 by John Augustus Harlow - their neighbor. He was baptized into the Protestant "Church of the Brethren", his name changed to William Edward Harlowe (with an "e" at the end to denote "convert". DNA evidence of this being a different gene pool is found at:

He was enlisted in the Army of Northern Virginia and fought in "Courtney Light Artillery" under command of Maj Alfred R Courtney. Courtney Light Artillery was also known as "Henrico Artillery", "Courtney Artillery" and "Captain William A. Tanner's Company of the Virginia Light Artillery".

Courtney's Artillery Battalion was organized under Brigadier General Alexander R. Lawton

Lawton's Brigade was under the command of Richard S Ewell,

Ewell's Division reported to Major General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson,

which fought alongside Stonewall Jackson at 1st Manassas & Bull Run, Fredricksburg and Cold Harbor:

On July 8, 1861 he was stationed in the Richmond College Artillery Barracks along with other members of hte Courtney Artillery Battalion:

Courtney Alfred R. Capt Latimer Joseph W. Capt Tanner William A. Capt Courtney Giles C. 2nd Lt Crosley John E. 2nd Lt Heath Roscoe B. 2nd Lt Maxwell Benjamin C. 1st Lt Vaughan Richard W. 3rd Lt Vaughan Robert H. 1st Lt Ingram S. L. Asst Surg Abbott James T. Pvt Abbott John H. Pvt Alley David Pvt Alley Edward Pvt Alley Henry Pvt Alley Isaac N. Pvt Alley Richard Pvt Alley William B. Pvt Anderson John B. Pvt Atkinson George A. Pvt Baptist John Pvt Bass Claiborne M. Pvt Bawsell William C. Pvt Bennett Benjamin W. Sgt Berry George W. Pvt Blackburn James Pvt Blankenship William B. Pvt Blanton John A. Pvt Blanton Joseph J. Pvt Blunt William R. Pvt Bowman R. C. Bowman William A. D. Pvt Bradley Ephraim T. Pvt Brady Patrick Pvt Brimmer Frederick Pvt Brock William Richard Pvt Brooks James H. Pvt Browder Philip B. Pvt Brown Benjamin M. Pvt Browning John Pvt Bryant George F. Pvt Buchanan James Pvt Burke James Pvt Burruss William B. Pvt Butler William F. Pvt Carter Henry L. Pvt Carter Lewis M. Pvt Cash John B. Pvt Cheatham Alfred B. Cpl Cheatham James W. Pvt Clarke Edward S. Pvt Clarke James A. Pvt Clarke Sherley H. Pvt Conner John T. Q. M. Sgt Conway Samuel W. Pvt Cornett George W. Pvt Cornett Henry Pvt Cornett James W. Pvt Cornett Watson G. Pvt Cornett William I. Pvt Courtney Peter C. Pvt Courtney Thomas L. Pvt Cross John W. Pvt Crostic John H. Pvt Crostic Thomas O. Pvt Davis Samuel Pvt Day William H. Pvt Delany John T. Pvt Delany Samuel M. Pvt Denton Garland Pvt Denton Samuel B. Pvt Drumheller John L. Pvt Duke John M. Sgt Dunavant Archer Pvt Dunaway Beverly R. Pvt Dunnaway Henry H. Pvt Dyson Francis A. Pvt Edwards John Pvt Ellis John H. Pvt Emery Edward Pvt England Robert J. Pvt English William L. Pvt Epps George H. Pvt Evans Theodorick Pvt Farmer F. C. D. Pvt Ford A. H. Pvt Ford Cledoma Pvt Ford John T. Pvt Ford Lemuel Pvt Ford Macon S. Pvt Ford Royal Pvt Ford Samuel F. Pvt Ford Seth Pvt Ford Simeon Pvt Ford William J. Pvt Foster John H. Pvt Foster Samuel Pvt Francis David E. 1st Sgt Franck Benjamin T. Pvt Franklin George W. Pvt Franklin Walter W. Pvt Frith Thomas D. Pvt Furcron James M. Pvt Furcron John F. Pvt Furcron Junius A. Pvt Garnett L. B. S. Pvt Gentry Edward Pvt Gentry William Pvt Gibbs Thomas E. Pvt Glenn Thomas Pvt Golding Thomas W. Sgt Grymes William Pvt Hall John W. Cpl Hamilton James M. Pvt Hanover Henry B. Pvt Harlern William H. Pvt Harlow Damascus M. Pvt Harlow William E. Pvt Harlow William G. Pvt Harris John W. Pvt Haskins Thomas H. Pvt Heise Julius J. Pvt Hodges J. T. Pvt Holcombe Joseph L. Pvt Holder Mathew T. Pvt Holt William H. Pvt Hooper Mathew J. Pvt Hopkins Edward B. Cpl Hotze William H. Pvt Houston {not named} Houston J. H. Pvt Houston John Pvt Hugand {? s/b Huband ?} Cornelius Pvt Huband Henry C. Pvt Hutchinson H. L. Pvt Hutchinson William H. Bugler Jarvis Francis Pvt Jeator James A. Pvt Jenkins W. G. Pvt Jimmerson Zachariah Pvt Johnson James M. Pvt Johnson Robert A. Cpl Johnson Thomas R. Pvt Joice David Pvt Jones Thomas Pvt Jordan DeWitt C. Pvt Journey Lysander Pvt Keith James T. Pvt Kell James M. Pvt Kelly Andrew Pvt Kelly James M. Pvt Kersey James Pvt Kersey William Pvt Kinstrey William Pvt Lacy John S. Pvt Lacy Thomas Pvt Lacy William H. Pvt Lannon M. J. Pvt Lawrence George W. Pvt Lawrence Mosby W. Pvt Leonard Rich T. Pvt Lewis C. M. Pvt Love William P. Pvt Lowry Ro. J. Pvt Lynch John Pvt Mack James W. Pvt Maddox H. L. Pvt Mason Howard Pvt McGee Charles W. Pvt McNamara James Pvt Metcalf Joseph Pvt Middleton DeCalb J. Pvt Miller David M. Pvt Miller Joseph B. Pvt Miller Peter R. Pvt Monroe John Pvt Moody Benjamin Pvt Morrisett Beverly F. Sgt Murdon Green H. Pvt Orange A. J. Pvt Orange Pleasant Cpl Osborn William A. Pvt Ostrander William J. Pvt Palmer John Pvt Pate Samuel M. Pvt Perry A. H. Pvt Perry C. T. Sgt Pitts Thomas G. Pvt Pond Magnus W. Pvt Powell George Pvt Reeves John M. Pvt Reynolds John J. Artificer Rose William L. Pvt Rose W. Z. Pvt Rosse William John Pvt Rushbrook Joseph W. Pvt Saddler Robert B. Pvt Sales Anthony Sgt Saunders R. W. C. Cpl Scarborough J. C. Pvt Scott Roger Pvt Scott William Pvt Seaton William E. Cpl Shepherd George W. Pvt Shepperson James A. Pvt Shepperson Jesse F. Pvt Shield Alfred Sgt Major Smoot Samuel B. Pvt Snead Andrew J. Pvt Sneed James W. Sgt Sowell Benjamin D. Pvt Spence James Pvt Sprouse Jeremiah Pvt Sprouse Pleasant Pvt Stanley Paul Pvt St. Clair John A. Pvt St. Clair Q. W. Pvt St. Clair William T. Pvt Stone A. F. Pvt Strom William B. Pvt Sutton C. W. Pvt Tate Samuel M. Tennelle James T. Pvt Thorp George W. Pvt Thorp James V. Pvt Thorp John C. Pvt Thorp Robert D. Pvt Thorp William J. Pvt Tibbs Marcus Pvt Timberlake Charles M. Pvt Tinsley Charles A. Pvt Tinsley William Pvt Traylor Joseph Pvt Turner James Pvt Turnley James W. Pvt Tyler James P. Pvt Tyler Joseph F. Pvt Tyler Thomas A. Pvt Vest Aurelius Pvt Waddell Robert Pvt Wade William M. Pvt Wallace George P. Pvt Wallace James H. Pvt Wamach P. F. Pvt Warbriton John T. Pvt Warbriton Martin Van Buren Pvt Warner Geo. W. Pvt Weaver George W. Pvt Webb B. L. Pvt West William Pvt Williams David Pvt Williams E. A. Pvt Williams Gentry Pvt Williams Herbert Pvt Williams John Pvt Williams Moses Pvt Willix William T. Pvt Wilson James Cpl Winstry William Pvt Withers Edward A. Pvt Worthan John W. Pvt Young Jeremiah Pvt

Source: Richmond Volunteers, The Volunteer Companies of the City of Richmond and Henrico County, Virginia, 1861 - 1865; by Louis H. Manarin and Lee A. Wallace, Jr.; Official publication No. 26, Richmond Civil War Centennial Committee, Richmond, VA; Westover Press, Richmond, 1969. (See pgs. 30 - 33 of book for info on this company.) Submitted by: Susan Shields Sasek.

The Eulogy for William Edward, in 1902, clearly spells out what became of him at the age of 8...and his relationship with the local religious community, and the fact that he was a 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Freemason:

The Greene County Record, Quinque, VA

July 10,1902 “DEATH OF WILLIAM E. HARLOW” by J. E. H. (his son James Edward Harlow)

The venerable William E. Harlow is dead 76 years passed over his head On Tuesday, the 8th day of July, He bade his friends and home goodbye.

His life was almost void of sin. Sorrows and afflictions were known to him, And tho he sleeps beneath the sod, He lived obedient to his God.

Born of the humblest parentage, with poverty as his heritage. at the age of eight left Mother’s bed Alone to earn his lowly bread.

And when he got to be a man He married Miss Herring, Sarah Ann About 18 and 45. Eight children born, five still alive.

By occupation was a wheelwright, was at Manassas and Bull Run fight, And as the war came to a close, His wife took her final repose.

Was known around his native land As an exemplary Christian man. Was a Baptist, but not out and out As to communion had some doubt.

Had many lines of scripture read, And many requiem anthems said, And held in reverence everywhere, The subject of our faith and prayer.

He gladly bore his master’s yoke And no untruthful sentence spoke. Said he did not fear to die And before the angels testify.

In the mystic order, accepted and free A Mason raised to high degree, And by that order, grand and just, And was returned again “dust to dust”.

He was living in Charlottesville, in 1882, when the cornerstone was laid for the original Congregation Beth Israel synagogue on Market and Second Street at the current site of the Jefferson Madison Regional Library. It was the first synagogue in this region of Virginia; he helped build this synagogue.

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Guilerme (J2b2a1 CTS6190) Moises Benabides Dinis's Timeline

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