(1841 - 1917)
Home State: Virginia
Education: Washington (now Wash & Lee) College, Va, Class of 1860
Command Billet: Commanding Regiment
Branch of Service: Infantry
Unit: 27th Virginia Infantry
see his Battle Report
After the War
Following the war he taught for one year at Washington College, and then studied medicine at the University of Virginia. After receiving his medical degree, he practiced in New York City and later in Louisville, Kentucky. He was a Professor at the College of Medicine in Louisville from 1874-1904.
References & notes
Source: Gaylord B. Clark Album, Virginia Military Institute (VMI) Archives, Lexington, online.
7/26/1841; Lexington, VA
3/27/1917 Dunelin, FL; burial in Louisville, KY