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Battle of New Market & the (V.M.I.) cadets

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  • Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/21455412/edward-harvie-smith
    Edward Harvie Smith, (CSA) (1845 - 1912)
    He fought at The Battle of New Market as a VMI cadet.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Jul 7 2021, 21:48:41 UTC * Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Jul 7 2021, 22:03:17 UTC
  • Dr. (CSA), Robert Lewis Madison (1828 - 1878)
    Robert Lewis Madison was a staff physician at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, and the physician of General Robert E. Lee. Because of the friendship that developed from the relationship, Madison...
  • Brig. Gen. (CSA), John Daniel Imboden (1823 - 1895)
    ; findagrave + picture(s) gravestone... ; John Daniel Imboden (February 16, 1823 – August 15, 1895) was a lawyer, teacher, Virginia state legislator. During the American Civil War, he was a Confederate...
  • Colonel George Hugh Smith (CSA) (1834 - 1915)
    H. Smith (February 3, 1834 – February 6, 1915) was a Confederate Civil War veteran and prominent Los Angeles lawyer and judge.Early life and careerGeorge Hugh Smith was born in Philadelphia, the son of...
  • Company A, Ohio 116th (USA), Hezekiah Hill (1827 - 1865)
    He enlisted in Company A, Ohio 116th Infantry Regiment on September 18, 1862. He mustered out on March 4, 1865 at Fort Monroe, VA. He then died at Fort Monroe on March 24, 1865.

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      ''Not to be confused with Battle of New Market Heights.''

'The Battle of New Market was fought on May 15, 1864, in Virginia during the Shenandoah Valley Campaigns of 1864 in the American Civil War. A small Confederate army, which included cadets from the Virginia Military Institute (V.M.I.), forced Union Major General Franz Sigel and his army out of the Shenandoah Valley.'