Home State: Virginia
Command Billet: Battery Commander
Branch of Service: Artillery
He was the son of a New Market, Virginia physician. It has been stated that he was 'severely wounded" in 1861 [where? when?], and that he lost a leg during the war [where? when?],
On the Campaign
His battery was stationed on the Potomac at one of the Fords near WIlliamsport, defending the ANV escape route, but was not engaged.
The rest of the War
On 26 September 1862, his battery was combined with Wooding's Danville Artillery.
After the War
He was living in New Market, and built a house there at 9329 N. Congress Street in 1877 (Source: Town of New Market (VA) web tour page, gone 5/2004).