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Virginia in the US Civil War (CSA) 1861-1865

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  • James Thomas Cooper, CSA (1839 - 1896)
    James served with the CSA CoF 60th VA Inf. He lost his right arm as a result of wounds received in the battle of Frazier's Farm near Richmond VA in 1862. His brother, Robert, served in the same Company...
  • George William Cooper, CSA (1840 - 1864)
    George was killed during the Civil War, but was never found. His brother, Robert, also died during the War, of wounds received in battle. Another brother, James lost an arm in another battle.
  • Robert Samuel Cooper, CSA (1837 - 1865)
    Robert served with the CSA CoF 60th VA Inf. He died in hospital, Richmond VA as a result of illness stemming from wounds received in battle. His brother, James, served in the same Company.
  • Charles Slavens Cooper, CSA (1844 - 1921)
    As well as his brothers (Robert, James, and George) Charles served in the Civil War: CSA Co E 19thCav. (Confederate States Army)
  • Maj. (CSA) Joseph Pembroke Thom (1828 - 1899)
    Born at "Berry Hill"in Culpepper County, Virginia; March 13, 1828. Thom graduated from Fredericksburg Academy and appointed Lieutenant in 11th United States Infantry in 1847. After service in the Mex...

The Commonwealth Of Virginia during the Southern War for Independence.

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