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William Duval Cardwell (1868 - 1954)

William Duval Cardwell (UVa. Law 1889), second son of Judge Richard Henry (1846-1931) and Katherine Howard Cardwell (1839-1909), was born April 12, 1868, in Rockingham, N.C. He was an attorney in Ric...

9/4/2021 9/4/2021

He was a proud veteran of our country’s armed services, having served in the Pacific Theater in WWII as a Lieutenant JG in the US Navy, first as a PT Boat Commander, then as Port Director of Manila.

9/4/2021 9/4/2021

Emmett Thomas Cardwell (1929 - 2002)

Coffee purveyor, retired from Old Mansion, Inc in 1964. He joined the Old Mansion staff in 1954, when it was C.W.Antrim & Son. His father was already on the staff and became president after the death...

9/4/2021 9/4/2021

Nathan T. Berry, (CSA) (1835 - 1864)

Co.C, Hampton's (S.C.) Legion CSA

8/26/2021 8/26/2021

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

7/7/2021 7/18/2021

Col. (CSA) Robert Alexander Caskie (1833 - 1928)

"Armistead"

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Born: July 12, 1830 Birthplace: Richmond, Virginia Father: John Caskie 1790 – 1867 (Buried: Sh...

9/4/2008 7/9/2021

John Samuels Caskie MP (1821 - 1869)

John Samuels Caskie (November 8, 1821 – December 16, 1869) was a nineteenth-century congressman, lawyer and judge from Virginia. Biography Born in Richmond, Virginia, Caskie graduated from the Univ...

10/29/2018 7/9/2021

Pvt Alexander W Lowery, Co A, 49 NC Infantry, CSA Civil War: Occupation,farmer. Residence,Yancey Co.(now part of McDowell Co.) NC. Enlisted as a private on Mar 11,1862 at the age of 31. Enlisted in C...

6/16/2021 6/17/2021

From Find a Grave: Died in Jackson Hospital, VA. Company K, 26 SC Infantry, CSA On Back: David Joseph Blanton A landowner planter in the Playcard Community of Horry County, S.C., he joind the So...

6/14/2009 12/28/2020

1840-1893. Telfair Hodgson is wearing the Vice-Chancellor robe of The University of the South. Confederate States Army, Company E,44th Infantry. Sergeant, Richmond Zouaues.

10/7/2012 12/11/2020

Rev. John William Jones, (CSA) (1836 - 1909)

"J. William Jones"

J. William Jones (25 September 1836 – 17 March 1909) was an American Southern Baptist preacher and writer who became known for his evangelism and devotion to the Lost Cause of the Confederacy. Dur...

5/3/2009 11/8/2020

Pvt. Samuel M. Pharr was a Civil War soldier from GA. He enlisted on 2/25/1862 at Jackson County, GA in the 18th GA Infantry, Co. C, CSA. Pvt Pharr was admitted to the Chimborazo Hospital #3 on 8/25/1...

10/21/2020 10/23/2020

Staff officer for Maj. Gen. Dabney H. Maury - CSA

8/19/2017 10/11/2020

Matthew's son Richard Launcelot Maury (1840-1907) served in the 24th Virginia Infantry during the War Between the States, attaining the rank of Colonel in January 1865. After studying law at the Univ...

11/4/2013 10/11/2020

Letitia "Lettie" Pate Whitehead Evans (born Letitia Pate in 1872, died November 14, 1953) was an American businesswoman and philanthropist. She was the first woman to be on Coca-Cola's board of direc...

3/26/2015 10/9/2020

Joseph Whitehead (1864–1906) was a lawyer, who, along with Benjamin Thomas and John Thomas Lupton, obtained exclusive rights from Asa Candler to bottle and sell Coca-Cola. Early life Whitehead w...

3/26/2015 10/9/2020

8/18/2020 8/18/2020

Born in Louisa County, Virginia, to Samuel Atwell Guy and Amanda M. Guy . He moved with his family to Goochland County, Virginia, where they lived at "Contention." Graduated from Randolph-Macon College...

4/7/2007 8/18/2020

Eudora Woolfolk Ramsey (1891 - 1973)

Feminist, author, lecturer. Born in Versailles, Kentucky, on August 13, 1891, Richardson was the daughter of the Reverend David Marshall Ramsay and Mary Woolfolk. She grew up in Charleston, South ...

2/16/2009 8/15/2020

Son of Andrew Moore Boulware and Martha Ellen Todd Boulware. Brother of Vivian Gray Boulware, also of Company H, 9th Virginia Cavalry. (Both are buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va.) Married ...

8/12/2020 8/12/2020

Samuel Preston Moore (September 16, 1813 – May 31, 1889) was an American physician, who served in the medical corps of the United States Army during the Mexican–American War, and later as the Confede...

10/17/2013 8/9/2020

United States House of Representatives March 4, 1831 to January 11, 1837 Appointed Secretary of the Navy by President John Tyler on March 14, 1844 Appointed Attorney General by President James Polk o...

1/19/2010 8/7/2020

Gravesite Details Confederate officer. Attended UVA and Harvard Law School. Lawyer in Petersburg. Resigned due to intestinal disorder in Oct. 1862. Died Rockbridge Alum Springs, VA Heath, Roscoe B....

4/9/2014 8/7/2020

Enlisted: May 27, 1861 at Richmond, Va. He was a Major in the Quartermasters Department. Son of Colin Clarke, ESQ and his wife, Mary Goode Lyle. His sister Mary Ellen Clarke married Douglas H.Gordo...

6/29/2020 8/5/2020

Confederate soldier. Adjutant, 10th Mississippi Cavalry. Ordnance Officer for Gen. Simon B. Buckner. Brother of Maj. Colin Clarke. He lies in this plot, although there is no headstone. Prof. Powhat...

8/12/2014 8/5/2020

Married Ellen Scott and had four children. Attended the University of Virginia and became a merchant in Richmond. Served in the Confederate Navy during the Civil War under William Francis Lynch in ...

6/29/2020 8/5/2020

Oscar Montgomery Lieber (8 September 1830, Boston, Massachusetts - 27 June 1862 Richmond, Virginia) was a United States geologist. Biography He was a son of jurist Francis Lieber. He was educate...

8/1/2020 8/1/2020

Preston Hampton Haskell (1943 - 2016)

Preston graduated from Avon Old Farms School, Parsons College and attended two years of law school at the University of Chicago. He worked for his father at Haskell Chemical Company and devoted the l...

7/27/2020 7/27/2020

HASKELL, Richard Hansford Burroughs Sr., passed away at his home in Richmond, Va., on November 26, 2013. He was born in Richmond, Va., on August 20, 1949, the son of the late Howze and Ann B. Haskell...

7/27/2020 7/27/2020

Company B - 25th Virginia Infantry Battalion - Local Defense Troops* Mayo, G.W. BATTLE UNIT NAME: 25th Battalion, Virginia Infantry (Richmond Battalion) (City Battalion) SIDE: Confederacy COMPANY: ...

2/21/2013 7/9/2020

Co A & F 2nd Virginia Battalion Mayo, Edward BATTLE UNIT NAME: 2nd Battalion, Virginia Infantry, Local Defense (Waller's) (Quartermaster Battalion) SIDE: Confederacy COMPANY: A,F SOLDIER'S RANK IN: ...

2/21/2013 7/9/2020

Mayo, William C. BATTLE UNIT NAME: 12th Regiment, Virginia Infantry SIDE: Confederacy COMPANY: G SOLDIER'S RANK IN: Private SOLDIER'S RANK OUT: Sergeant ALTERNATE NAME: FILM NUMBER: M382 ROLL 36 PLAQ...

10/30/2008 7/9/2020

Ida Mae Thompson (1866 - 1947)

Ida Mae Thompson was an important figure in Virginia's woman suffrage movement, not for her political work but for her recordkeeping. First as a member of the Equal Suffrage League, the organization ...

7/7/2020 7/7/2020

Bacon Tate (1796 - 1871)

Bacon Tait was one of the most successful Richmond slave traders and jail operators in the years leading up to the American Civil War (1861–1865). Born near Lynchburg, he served briefly during the Wa...

7/7/2020 7/7/2020

Claude Augustus Swanson (March 31, 1862 – July 7, 1939) was an American lawyer and Democratic Party politician from Virginia. He served seven terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, from 18...

6/22/2010 7/6/2020

Flora Stuart (1836 - 1923)

"Flora Cooke Stuart"

The widow of General J.E.B. Stuart. After her husband's death in the Civil War, Mrs. Stuart established the Virginia Female Institute, a girls school in Staunton. In 1923, the school was renamed Stua...

11/24/2008 7/6/2020

3rd Co., Richmond Howitzers, CSA.

7/3/2020 7/6/2020

A Confederate Government Bonded Agent. He served in the Commisary Department.

7/5/2020 7/6/2020

Morgan Poitiaux Robinson (1876 - 1943)

Morgan Poitiaux Robinson, Virginia's first state archivist, worked to make the state's records more accessible and to ensure that local records were stored in fireproof buildings. The son of John End...

7/5/2020 7/5/2020

John Garland Pollard (August 4, 1871 – April 28, 1937) was an American politician who served as the 51st Governor of Virginia from 1930 to 1934. Early life John Garland Pollard was born on Augu...

2/22/2013 7/4/2020

Walter Ashby Plecker (1861 - 1947)

Walter Ashby Plecker was a physician and the first Virginia state registrar of vital statistics, a position he served in from 1912 to 1946. He was a staunch promoter of eugenics, a discredited moveme...

7/4/2020 7/4/2020

Mary-Cooke Branch Munford was an advocate of woman suffrage, interracial cooperation, education, health, and labor reforms. Armed with a pedigree that connected her to some of the wealthiest families...

7/3/2020 7/3/2020

Charles Minnigerode was a professor of Latin and Greek and, for thirty-three years, the rector of Saint Paul's Episcopal Church in Richmond. During the American Civil War (1861–1865), Saint Paul's wa...

3/4/2017 7/2/2020

Mary Johnston, Author MP (1870 - 1936)

Father a lawyer and a major in Army She was a popular writer of the genre of novel now termed "historical romance". Raised in Buchanan she was the child of a noted Virginia family, her father a Maj...

6/24/2013 6/30/2020

Immediately following the war, Allan lived at Cool Spring and attended the school taught by his brother William, for the next two or three years, and from there entered Washington and Lee University. ...

2/13/2014 6/30/2020

James Keith (1839 - 1918)

The most able and successful son of Isham and Juliet Chilton Keith of Fauquier County married Frances Morson. She was the daughter of Arthur Alexander Morson and Maria Scott Morson. The red haired, b...

6/29/2020 6/29/2020

Douglas Southall Freeman (1886 - 1953)

Douglas Southall Freeman (May 16, 1886 – June 13, 1953) was an American historian, biographer, newspaper editor, radio commentator, and author. He is best known for his multi-volume biographies of Ro...

6/28/2020 6/28/2020

Collins Denny, Jr. (1899 - 1964)

Collins Denny, the son of the Methodist bishop Collins Denny, served as a key lawyer for Virginia's segregationists. Aligned with the dominant faction of the Democratic Party led by Harry F. Byrd Sr....

6/23/2020 6/23/2020

Jefferson Davis, Jr. MP (1857 - 1878)

Jefferson Davis is Dorothy Willard's fourth cousin 7 times removed. Dorothy Willard (Duncan)→John Henry Duncan, Dorothy's father →Emma Duncan (Whitman), Henry's mother→Mary Jane Whitman (Stodghill),...

7/1/2007 6/23/2020

Joseph Evan Davis MP (1859 - 1864)

Civil War Figure. He was born in Washington D.C. to Mississippi Senator Jefferson Davis and his wife Varina, and was named for Davis' brother and grandfather. He was a very bright boy and the apple of ...

7/1/2007 6/23/2020

Margaret Howell Hayes MP (1855 - 1909)

Daughter of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Varina Howell Davis; married Joel Addison Hayes, Jr., and lived in Memphis, Tennessee, and Colorado Springs, Colorado. Richmond, Va., Oct. 29- W...

7/1/2007 6/23/2020

Raleigh T. Daniel (1805 - 1874)

Raleigh T. Daniel helped establish the Conservative Party in 1867. Daniel spent his antebellum political career as a Whig, winning a House of Delegates seat from Richmond in 1841. The Whig majority i...

10/24/2009 6/22/2020

Peter Vivian Daniel, Jr. (1818 - 1889)

Peter V. Daniel Jr. was a railroad executive. Born in Henrico County, he was the son of Peter V. Daniel, a longtime member of the Council of State and later an associate justice of the U.S. Suprem...

7/6/2012 6/22/2020

Peter Vivian Daniel (April 24, 1784 – May 31, 1860) was an American jurist who served as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United States. Early life, education, and career Daniel was...

7/2/2011 6/22/2020

Emily Tapscott Balch (1891 - 1953)

Emily Tapscott Clark was a writer and the founding editor of The Reviewer, a Richmond-based literary magazine that helped spark the Southern Literary Renaissance—a movement in southern letters that t...

3/3/2016 6/19/2020

Isaac H. Carrington served as provost marshal of Richmond during the American Civil War (1861–1865). Born in Richmond to an influential family, Carrington practiced law in Pittsylvania County befo...

12/23/2012 6/15/2020

Dillard, Joseph L. BATTLE UNIT NAME: Carlton's Company, Georgia Artillery (Troup County Artillery) SIDE: Confederacy COMPANY: SOLDIER'S RANK IN: Private SOLDIER'S RANK OUT: Private ALTERNATE NAME: FILM...

6/11/2020 6/15/2020

Jonathan Bryan (1874 - 1933)

Jonathan Bryan, Richmond financier and a member of the widely known Bryan family of Virginia, died early yesterday of a heart attack at his home here, “Rothesay.” He was 58 years old. Death came very...

6/13/2020 6/13/2020

Dr. Robert Coalter Bryan (1873 - 1941)

6/13/2020 6/13/2020

Sarah Ann Brock Putnam (1831 - 1911)

Sarah Ann Brock Putnam (March 18, 1831 – March 22, 1911) was an American author, best known for her memoir Richmond During the War; Four Years of Personal Observation. Biography Sarah (nickname, "S...

6/12/2020 6/12/2020

Third son of Thomas and Sarah Read Branch. Nestor of Richmond Bankers and Philanthropist. Veteran banker,President Merchants National Bank,and of Thomas Branch and Company,Bankers and Brokers,Richmond....

9/17/2012 6/12/2020

James Read Branch was a Confederate artillery officer and banker who helped reestablish Richmond's struggling economy after the American Civil War (1861–1865). Branch fought in the battles of Malvern...

4/12/2009 6/12/2020

Allen Caperton Braxton (1862 - 1914)

Allen Caperton Braxton (March 6, 1862 – March 22, 1914) was a Virginia lawyer and member of the Virginia Constitutional Convention of 1901–1902. He is considered the founder of the Virginia State Cor...

5/8/2014 6/11/2020

Lewis . Blair, a Richmond businessman and economics expert, authored The Prosperity of the South Dependent upon the Elevation of the Negro (1889), a book that called on white southerners to treat Afr...

4/13/2018 6/9/2020

William Barret (1786 - 1871)

William Barret was a Richmond tobacco manufacturer. Born in Richmond, he served in a Richmond militia unit during the War of 1812 but saw no action. He became wealthy manufacturing chewing tobacco. B...

6/6/2020 6/6/2020

Cornelia Storrs Adair (1884 - 1962)

Cornelia Storrs Adair served as president of the National Education Association (NEA), a teachers' union, from 1927 to 1928, the first classroom teacher to be elected to that position. A native of We...

6/4/2020 6/4/2020

Samuel Tate Morgan (1857 - 1920)

Samuel Tate Morgan, manufacturer of chemical fertilizer, was born in the Fishdam district of Wake County (now a part of Durham County), the son of Samuel Davidson and Talithia Adaline Tate Morgan. Sa...

5/31/2020 5/31/2020

Otis Frederick Manson (1822 - 1888)

Otis Frederick Manson, physician and educator, was born in Richmond, Va., the son of Otis and Sarah Dews Ferrill Manson, who were married in Richmond on 1 Feb. 1818. Otis Frederick, the second surviv...

3/22/2009 5/10/2020

WOODWARD, JOHN R. (1831–1863). John R. Woodward, physician and Confederate officer, son of Thomas Woodward and Julia Amanda Rice Woodward, was born in South Carolina in 1831. He had seven brothers and ...

9/2/2011 4/29/2020

Pvt. (CSA) , Thomas W. Henderson, I MP (1843 - 1862)

"Thomas W. Henderson"

After much searching I have finally located his Civil War Records. He Served the Confederate States Army. Co M 1st Texas Infantry (Records Attached to profile). Some records state he died September 8, ...

4/15/2011 4/29/2020

Allison Hall Kiesler (1950 - 2012)

Allison Hall Kiesler of Richmond, Virginia died September 9, 2012. She was preceded in death by her parents, David McKee Hall, Jr. of Sylva, NC and Sarah McCollum Hall Blount of State Road, NC; her hus...

4/10/2020 4/10/2020

James Lyons (1801 - 1882)

Civil War CSA Congressman. A pre-War memeber of Virginia's Legislature, he was elected during the Civil War as a Representative from Virginia to the Confederate Congress, where he served from 1862 to 1...

4/2/2020 4/4/2020

Son of Job and Celia Hill Daniel of Habersham County Georgia and brother of Amos M.Daniel and James B. Daniel. Enlisted June 30th 1862 Co.K 24th Ga Regt Inf. wounded near Fredericksburg, Va in 1862 lat...

3/20/2020 3/20/2020

Pvt. Amos M. Daniel, CSA MP (1839 - 1862)

Son of Job and Celia Hill Daniel of Batesville, Habersham Co. Ga. husband of Selia Ann Smith and father of 1 child Alice Daniel. enlisted May 7th 1862 Co K 24th Ga Regiment Infantry. Was wounded near F...

3/20/2020 3/20/2020

William Alexander Smith (1828 - 1888)

William Alexander Smith, farmer, railroad president, legislator, and congressman, was born in Warren County, the son of Bannister R. and Mary Smith. He attended an old field school until he was fourt...

3/10/2020 3/10/2020

James was the son of Thomas Garland Tinsley and Patsy Rutherfoord Tinsley. When Thomas Garland Tinsley died in in 1859, James was quite young. James D. Christian was appointed his guardian. James Tinsl...

6/8/2010 3/10/2020

Seaton was married to Frances William Gaines and they had seven children. Seaton was very involved in local affairs. During the Civil War he, worked in the Confederate Treasury Dept. and the Quartermas...

6/8/2010 3/9/2020

Elected Brevet 2nd Lieutenant of the Staunton Artillery when it was formed in December 1859. A machinist, he enlisted for Confederate service as 2nd Lieutenant of the Staunton Artillery battery in Apri...

3/5/2020 3/7/2020

Attended Randolph-Macon College. Enlisted in Confederate service on April 4, 1861 at Richmond Virginia as a private. Serving in the "1st" company of the Virginia Howitzers, Light Artillery, he was twic...

3/5/2020 3/7/2020

Civil Engineer. The son of General T. C. Miller. Confederate soldier serving with B Company of the 4th Confederate Engineers. From Milton Sandy Jr. 1995 - by the attention of a contributor...M. A. MILL...

2/28/2020 3/2/2020

Gravesite Details From Amelia County. Confederate captain in Quartermaster Department. Postwar recording secretary of the Virginia Historical Society. Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy :...

2/1/2020 2/2/2020

He married Emma Overbey in Mecklenburg County in 1867. Father to John Archer Coke Jr. A graduate in law from William and Mary, he entered the Confederate States Army in 1861 as a lieutenant of the Lee ...

7/24/2008 1/29/2020

Co.F,50th Va.Inf.Regt.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Jan 18 2020, 19:30:04 UTC

1/18/2020 1/18/2020

Sgt.,Co.D,1st Va.State Reserves-CSA 1st child of Elizabeth Carr Mosby and John Marshall Price; m. Sarah Milnor Armstrong 1849 Photo of marker in Family Plot: "Price: In memory of Samuel Mosby, Joseph ...

12/31/2019 1/9/2020

William Henry Price (1824 - 1882)

12/31/2019 1/9/2020

Clyde Harold DuBose (1908 - 1951)

Virginia LCDR (CHC) USNR World War II

11/25/2019 11/25/2019

Confederate officer. Captain, Company I, 5th Alabama - April 13, 1861; lieutenant colonel - July 15, 1862; colonel - November 29, 1864; wounded at Chancellorsville and Spotsylvania. Worked at the Tred...

1/6/2014 11/19/2019

Col. William Bassett (1671 - 1723)

Lived on the Pamunkey River 2/1664. He was an officer in Rutherford’s Regiment at the Battle of Dunkirk. He had the task of securing the defenses for the colony and for this he received 10,000 pounds o...

3/11/2007 11/19/2019

Edward Carrington Fisher (1809 - 1890)

Edward Carrington Fisher, physician and hospital administrator, was a native of Richmond, Va., and one of ten children born to Ann Ambler and George Fisher. His aunt, Mary Willis Ambler, was the wife...

9/10/2019 9/10/2019

The son Robert Gamble Cabell and Margaret Sophia Caskie Cabell. Company F - 60th Virginia - Acting Adjutant - Brigade Inspector. Seventeen year old officer. His brother, William, was killed at the...

10/29/2018 8/11/2019

Robert Gamble Cabell, a physician who was then assistant superintendent of the Central Lunatic Asylum in Petersburg. The son of Robert Gamble Cabell and Margaret Sophia Caskie Cabell. His grandfather, ...

3/2/2009 8/11/2019

Frances "Fanny" Archer Hobson (1846 - 1939)

"Fannie"

1/6/2014 8/11/2019

Mary Evans Anderson (1832 - 1911)

Widow of Gen. Joseph Reid Anderson. Daughter of Gen. James West and Virginia Johnson Pegram Mary Evans Pegram was born in 1832. Her father, James West Pegram, was a general in the Virginia Militia, an...

10/29/2009 8/11/2019

Virginia Evans Pegram (1818 - 1888)

She was the daughter of William Ransom Johnson and Mary Evans of "Oakland" in Chesterfield County, Virginia. She married James West Pegram on June 16, 1829. Following his death, she ran a school in Ric...

10/29/2009 8/11/2019

He died on the Steamboat Lucy Walker, which exploded near New Albany, IN, on the Ohio River. Reportedly, he died while trying to rescue a woman and her children from the blaze.

7/12/2009 8/11/2019

Virginia J. Pegram (1843 - 1920)

Wife of Col. David McIntosh; sister of General John Pegram and Col. William R. J. Pegram.

10/29/2009 8/11/2019

Civil War Confederate Army Officer. Graduating from the University of Virginia in 1842, he was admitted to the Virginia bar and practiced law in Richmond until the start of the Civil War. Entering the ...

4/7/2007 8/11/2019

Robert Williams Daniel MP (1884 - 1940)

"Titanic Survivor"

Robert Williams Daniel (September 11, 1884 – December 20, 1940) was an American banker who survived the sinking of the RMS Titanic in 1912, and later became a gentleman farmer and served in the Vi...

3/30/2012 5/22/2019

Confederate Staff Officer. Assistant Adjutant General to Gen. Richard S. Ewell. Also served on the staff of Gen. Lewis B. Armistead. Pegram, James W. BATTLE UNIT NAME: 57th Regiment, Virginia Infantry...

10/29/2009 4/12/2019

US Civil War Confederate General. He graduated from the US Military Academy in 1854, was commissioned an officer in the 2nd Dragoons and served on the frontier. At the out break of the Civil War, he re...

10/29/2009 4/11/2019