(1826 - 1871)
Home State: Virginia
Command Billet: Battery Commander
Branch of Service: Artillery
Of Richmond, he was a lawyer, former Commonwealth's Attorney of Virginia (c. 1852), and a delegate to the Virginia secession convention (1861). He formed the Richmond Light Artillery Battery in March 1862 and was its first Captain.
On the Campaign
He commanded the battery at Sharpsburg.
The rest of the War
By the winter of 1863-64 he had been appointed Major of McIntosh's Battalion, 3rd Corps Artillery. He was appointed Lieutenant Colonel on 1 March 1865 (to date from 18 February) and commanded his battalion to the end of the War.
After the War
He practiced law and ran the Davis House Hotel in Richmond.
References & notes
08/08/1826; Chesterfield County, VA
11/20/1871; Richmond, VA; burial in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA