Asher W Harman

Asher W Harman

Civil War (Confederate) · Confederate Army
Civil War (Confederate) (1861 - 1865)
Branch

Confederate Army

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Conflict Period

Civil War (Confederate)

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Unit

Twelfth Cavalry (Tenth Virginia Cavalry)

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State

Virginia

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Served For

United States of America

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Stories about Asher W Harman

    Asher Waterman Harman was born near Waynesboro on 24 June 1830. He
    operated a stage line in Staunton before the Civil War. He joined the 5th Virginia
    Infantry Regiment on 28 April 1861, as the captain of Company G. He eventually became
    commander of the 12th Virginia Cavalry Regiment and was wounded at Brandy Station
    on 9 June 1863. Captured near Harpers Ferry on 14 July 1863, Harman was confined at
    Fort McHenry, Fort Delaware, Johnson’s Island, and Fort Monroe. After the war, he was
    a railroad executive in Staunton. He died on 9 April 1865, in Richmond, and was buried
    in Thornrose Cemetery, in Staunton.

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