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Confederate (CSV)


Edward Tiffin Harrison Warren

(1829 - 1864)

Home State: Virginia

Education: University of Virginia

Command Billet: Commanding Regiment

Branch of Service: Infantry

Unit: 10th Virginia Infantry

Before Sharpsburg

He practiced law at Harrisonburg before the War. When the 10th Virginia was organized at Harpers Ferry in April 1861, he was appointed Lieutenant Colonel. In May 1862 Colonel Gibbons was killed at the battle of McDowell, and Warren became commander.1

On the Campaign

The 10th Virginia, along with the 2nd, stayed at Martinsburg after the Federals abandoned that post and remained there until returning to Virginia at the end of the Campaign.1

The rest of the War

He was wounded in action on 3 May 1863 at Chancellorsville, but was back in service with the Regiment at Gettysburg. He, Major I.G. Coffman, Captain Michael Shuler and others of the Regiment were killed in combat at the Wilderness. 2


6/29/1829; Rockingham County, VA


5/5/1864; in VA; burial in Woodbine Cemetery, Harrisonburg, VA


1   From the memoirs of Col. D. H. Lee Martz, 10th Virginia Infantry.
Wayland, John W., History of Rockingham County, Virginia, Dayton (Va): Ruebush-Elkins, Company, 1912, pp. 134-141  [AotW citation 301]

2   US War Department, The War of the Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies (OR), 128 vols., Washington DC: US Government Printing Office, 1880-1901  [AotW citation 302]