(1842 - 1912)
Home State: Virginia
Education: Medical College of Virginia, Class of 1869
Branch of Service: Infantry
Unit: 15th Virginia Infantry
Then a student at the Ashland Male Academy, he enlisted in the Ashland Greys under headmaster St. George Tucker, and they mustered as Company E, 1th Virginia Infantry on 23 April 1861.
The rest of the War
He remained with the Regiment and was paroled at Appomattox Court House on 9 April 1865.
After the War
Following in his father's footsteps, he graduated from the Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, in 1869, and practiced in Ashland. He corresponded with the Antietam Battlefield Board after the War to describe his unit's movements at the Battle.
References & notes
Details above from research by Jim Buchanan1. He cites Hanover County Chancery Wills and Notes (Columbia, Virginia, 1940), p. 170; Ashland During the Civil War, 1861-65, Ashland Museum; the National Archives, Record Group 109: Compiled service records of Confederate soldiers from Virginia units...; The Virginia Medical Semi-Monthly (Volume 17, June 21, 1912), page 156; and the U.S. Federal Census for Virginia, 1840, 1850, and 1860. The photo from one posted on Dr Jones' gravesite at Findagrave by George Seitz.
05/15/1842; Hanover County, VA
06/14/1912; burial in Woodland Cemetery, Ashland, VA