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William H F Lee to William H F Lee

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John R Chambliss to Battle of Gettysburg

His brigade and Fitzhugh Lee's reached Gettysburg late on July 2. On July 3, he engaged in the fierce fighting at East Cavalry Field. Upon the withdrawal of the army to safety in Virginia, his brigade covered the movement of the Confederate trains.

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John R Chambliss to Jeb Stuart

. Chambliss and his men were commended for bravery by both Generals R. E. Lee and J.E.B. Stuart.

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John R Chambliss to Robert Edward Lee

. Chambliss and his men were commended for bravery by both Generals R. E. Lee and J.E.B. Stuart.

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William H F Lee to Army of Northern Virginia-Cavalry Division

W.H.F. Lee, was the second son of General Robert E. Lee and Mary Anna Randolph Custis. He was a planter, a Confederate cavalry General in the American Civil War, and later a Congressman from Virginia.

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John R Chambliss to William H F Lee

. In November 1862 Chambliss was assigned with his regiment to W. H. F. "Rooney" Lee's cavalry brigade.

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John R Chambliss to Army of Northern Virginia-Cavalry Division

A brigadier general of cavalry, Chambliss was killed in action during the Second Battle of Deep Bottom.

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John R Chambliss to Daniel H Hill

With the outbreak of the Civil War, Chambliss was commissioned colonel of the 13th Virginia Cavalry in July 1861, and until the fall of 1862 was under the orders of Maj. Gen. D. H. Hill, in the department south of the James River

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Henry B Davidson to John S Bowen

Class of 1853, distinguished by having 15 future Civil War generals in it, including fellow Confederates John S. Bowen, John Bell Hood, and Henry B. Davidson

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Henry B Davidson to John Bell Hood

Class of 1853, distinguished by having 15 future Civil War generals in it, including fellow Confederates John S. Bowen, John Bell Hood, and Henry B. Davidson

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Henry B Davidson to John R Chambliss

Class of 1853, distinguished by having 15 future Civil War generals in it, including fellow Confederates John S. Bowen, John Bell Hood, and Henry B. Davidson

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John Bell Hood to John S Bowen

Class of 1853, distinguished by having 15 future Civil War generals in it, including fellow Confederates John S. Bowen, John Bell Hood, and Henry B. Davidson

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John S Bowen to John R Chambliss

Class of 1853, distinguished by having 15 future Civil War generals in it, including fellow Confederates John S. Bowen, John Bell Hood, and Henry B. Davidson

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John R Chambliss to John Bell Hood

Class of 1853, distinguished by having 15 future Civil War generals in it, including fellow Confederates John S. Bowen, John Bell Hood, and Henry B. Davidson

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John R Chambliss to John R Chambliss

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Army of Northern Virginia-Cavalry Division to Battle of Chancellorsville

Cavalry Division Major General J.E.B. Stuart Fitzhugh Lee's Brigade Brigadier General Fitzhugh Lee 1st Virginia Cavalry Colonel James H. Drake 2nd Virginia Cavalry Colonel Thomas T. Munford 3rd Virginia Cavalry Colonel THomas H. Owen 4th Virginia Cavalry Colonel Williams C. Wickham William H.F. Lee's Brigade Brigadier General William H.F. Lee 2nd North Carolina Cavalry Lt. Colonel Wiliam H.F. Payne 5th Virginia Cavalry Colonel Thomas L. Rosser 9th Virginia Cavalry Colonel Richard L.T. Beale 10th Virginia Cavalry Colonel J. Lucius Davis 13th Virginia Cavalry Colonel John R. Chambliss,Jr. 15th Virginia Cavalry Lt. Colonel John Critcher Horse Artillery Major Robert F. Beckham Lynchburg (Va.) Battery Captain Marcellus Moorman 1st Stuart Horse Artillery (Va.) Captain James Breathed 2nd Stuart Horse Artillery (Va.) Captain William M. McGregor Washington (SC) Battery Captain James F. Hart

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Battle of Gettysburg to Army of Northern Virginia-Cavalry Division

Major General J. E. B. Stuart See Headquarters Monument (left) Stuart's Cavalry Division in the Gettysburg campaign had over 12,000 men in six brigades, along with attached artillery and a brigade-sized combined arms command under General Imboden.

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Robert Franklin Beckham to Battle of Gettysburg

In April of 1863 Stuart requested Beckham as a replacement for the fallen John Pelham as commander of the Stuart Horse Artillery. Beckham commanded the cavalry's artillery batteries during the Chancellorsville and Gettysburg Campaigns.

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Robert Franklin Beckham to Battle of Chancellorsville

In April of 1863 Stuart requested Beckham as a replacement for the fallen John Pelham as commander of the Stuart Horse Artillery. Beckham commanded the cavalry's artillery batteries during the Chancellorsville and Gettysburg Campaigns.

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Army of Northern Virginia-Cavalry Division to Robert Franklin Beckham

In April of 1863 Stuart requested Beckham as a replacement for the fallen John Pelham as commander of the Stuart Horse Artillery. Beckham commanded the cavalry's artillery batteries during the Chancellorsville and Gettysburg Campaigns.

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