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Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA

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  • Corp Harry B Gray, (USA) (1838 - 1905)
    Cpl., Co. F, 88th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry RegimentMustered In: September 13, 1861Wounded at Fredericksburg, VA on December 13, 1862 (Gunshot wound to head).Transfered to Veteran Reserve Corps o...
  • Samuel Vance (1726 - 1789)
    Aged 63 years. Husband of Aley Vance. Their known children were: David, Nathaniel, Samuel Jr., Alice, Elizabeth, James, John, and Joseph Vance. Also Sara Vance Endsley and Hannah Vance Lowrey. Fought...
  • Colonel John Dandrige, Jr. (1700 - 1756)
    Colonel John Dandridge of Chestnut Grove (13/14 July 1700 – 31 August 1756) was a distinguished colonel, planter, and Clerk of the Courts of New Kent County, Virginia from 1730 to 1756. Dandridg...
  • Benjamin Strother (1750 - 1807)
    Served in the Virginia Navy 1776 to 1779. Served in the Revolutionary Army, 1780 - 1781 Married Kitty Price in 1785 and moved to the valley of Virginia and settled in Park Forest near Charles Town (C...
  • Lt. Col. Walter Browne Botts (CSA) (1835 - 1894)
    Walter married Martha Elizabeth McIlhenny on September 8, 1860. He fought in Co. A of the 5th Texas Infantry along with his brother, Charles. He resign in July of 1862 after a head wound suffered at ...

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Fredericksburg Remembered

This project is a table of contents for all projects relating to The City of Fredericksburg, Virginia. See the Related Projects for details.

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