The 1st Virginia Infantry at the Battle of New Market #virginia #civilwar #history

The 1st Virginia Infantry at the Battle of New Market #virginia #civilwar #history

Note:(Stonewall) Jackson's ancestors lived in areas that are now part of West Virginia, once part of Virginia.  The modern designation (WV) is used in the following genealogy.  West Virginia did not become a separate state until 1863.

Note:(Stonewall) Jackson's ancestors lived in areas that are now part of West Virginia, once part of Virginia. The modern designation (WV) is used in the following genealogy. West Virginia did not become a separate state until 1863.

*THE ATTACK of the 6th USCT at New Market Heights on Sept. 29,1864. After the color-guard was shot down, Lt. Nathan Edgerton + Sgt. Major Thomas R. Hawkins are seen coming to rescue the blue Regimental colors + First Sergeant Alexander Kelly carrying away the National colors.

*THE ATTACK of the 6th USCT at New Market Heights on Sept. 29,1864. After the color-guard was shot down, Lt. Nathan Edgerton + Sgt. Major Thomas R. Hawkins are seen coming to rescue the blue Regimental colors + First Sergeant Alexander Kelly carrying away the National colors.

Valley Thunder: The Battle of New Market

Valley Thunder: The Battle of New Market

Lions of the Hour, by Keith Rocco. The VMI Cadets at the Battle of New Market, May 15, 1864.          [​IMG]

Lions of the Hour, by Keith Rocco. The VMI Cadets at the Battle of New Market, May 15, 1864. [​IMG]

Battle Of New Market 1864 | thunder in the valley battle of new market virginia on may 15 1864 ...

Battle Of New Market 1864 | thunder in the valley battle of new market virginia on may 15 1864 ...

ACW Confederate: "Put the Boys In"- Battle of New Market, by Don Troiani. (www.dontroiani.com)

ACW Confederate: "Put the Boys In"- Battle of New Market, by Don Troiani. (www.dontroiani.com)

Crim, Eliza Clinedinst.  A woman of the Civil War era. Eliza Clinedinst Crim, b. 1838 d. 1931, (Mother Crim), who helped to care for wounded cadets after the Battle of New Market in May 1864. Tinted copy of a photo taken ca. 1864.  Virginia Military Institute (VMI) Online Photograph Database

Crim, Eliza Clinedinst. A woman of the Civil War era. Eliza Clinedinst Crim, b. 1838 d. 1931, (Mother Crim), who helped to care for wounded cadets after the Battle of New Market in May 1864. Tinted copy of a photo taken ca. 1864. Virginia Military Institute (VMI) Online Photograph Database

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