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Mark Donohue to Robert C Sweikert

Indianapolis 500 winners

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Robert C Sweikert to George F Flaherty

Indianapolis 500 winners

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Robert C Sweikert to Mauri Rose

Indianapolis 500 winners

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Mauri Rose to George F Flaherty

Indianapolis 500 winners

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William Mitchell to William Mitchell

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Adelbert Ames to Adelbert Ames

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Adelbert Ames to Adelbert Ames

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Adelbert Ames to Adelbert Ames

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20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment to Adelbert Ames

Ames was assigned to command the 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment on August 20, 1862

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John Buford to Alfred Pleasonton

Buford served under Pleasonton

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John Buford to Battle of Brandy Station

Maj. Gen. Alfred Pleasonton, commanding the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac, had organized his combined-armed forces into two "wings," under Brig. Gens. John Buford and David McMurtrie Gregg. Buford's wing, accompanied by Pleasonton, consisted of his own 1st Cavalry Division, a Reserve Brigade led by Major Charles J. Whiting, and an infantry brigade of 3,000 men under Brig. Gen. Adelbert Ames

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John Buford to Army of the Potomac Cavalry Corps

distinguished himself at Second Bull Run, where he was wounded, and also saw action at Antietam and Chancellorsville.

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Alfred Pleasonton to David M M Gregg

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Army of the Potomac Cavalry Corps to David M M Gregg

David McMurtrie Gregg (April 10, 1833 – August 7, 1916) was a farmer, diplomat, and a Union cavalry general in the American Civil War.

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David M M Gregg to Battle of Brandy Station

Maj. Gen. Alfred Pleasonton, commanding the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac, had organized his combined-armed forces into two "wings," Gregg's wing was the 2nd Cavalry Division, led by Col. Alfred N. Duffié, the 3rd Cavalry Division, led by Gregg, and an infantry brigade under Brig. Gen. David A. Russell.

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David M M Gregg to David M M Gregg

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David M M Gregg to David M M Gregg

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Battle of Brandy Station to William E Jones

Commanded one of the five cavalry brigades,

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Robert Franklin Beckham to Battle of Brandy Station

Commanded the six-battery Stuart Horse Artillery

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Thomas T Munford to Army of Northern Virginia-Cavalry Division

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