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7th Virginia Cavalry CSA

Name: Richard AshbyRank: Captain Company:
Richard was the brother of Turner Ashby and served in the 7th with his brother. He was killed in battle in 1861.
Contact Name: Paul D. Wingerter
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Name: Turner AshbyRank: General Company:
My father's mother,Chloe Evelyn Ashby, was a cousin of Turner's and his brother Richard.Her family moved from Virginia after the war and settled in Kentucky where she was born in 1898. I look very much like him when i grow a beard.
Contact Name: Paul D.Wingerter
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Name: William LeeRank: Unknown Company:
William Lee, Co. H Virginia 17th Virginia Cavalry
Born 1840, Rockingham Co., Virginia
Joined 1862;muster 9 April 1865
Contact Name: Jackie Pierce
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Name: Robert LucasRank: Private Company:
Robert Lucas was born and lived most of his life in Scott Co. He is buried in Dungannon. He was born in 1841, dies in 1933. His headstone says he was in 'TRP I' of the 7th VA Cav; I assumes that means Co. I? When he died he was the last living 'civil War' veteran in the county. He lived all his life in Virginia. He is my great X 3 grandfather on my mother's side(hence the reason for different last names; Lucas is my mother's maiden name).
Contact Name: Tom Schaefer
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Name: Samuel B. MyersRank: Major Company:
As Captian commanded co C 7th Va cav
Contact Name: R F Myers
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Name: Joseph H. PeerRank: Unknown Company:
• PEER, JOSEPH H.
born: 20 Feb 1831 died:. 9 Dec 1907
buried: Gravel Springs Cemetery, Star Tannery, Frederick County
Enlisted: 10 Jun 1863, Brandy Station
Unit: 7th Virginia Cavalry
AWOL Jul - Aug 1864
Postwar resident of Saumsville, Shenandoah County
Contact Name: Fred Peer
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Name: Thomas Lee SettleRank: Asst Surgeon Company:
Asst Surgeon, 7th VA Cav Rgt & later the surgeon of the 11th VA Cav Rgt, 1863.

Dr. Settle was eventually captured on Feb. 18, 1865--his 29th birthday--in Warren County, Va., and sent to Fort McHenry near Baltimore. His arrest papers bore the notation: “Guerrilla--not to be exchanged during the war--by order of Major General Sheridan.” The notation reflects the hatred that developed among Federal officers for partisan rangers such as John Singleton Mosby, the “Gray Ghost” of the Confederacy.

The war ended less than two months later, and Settle was released from prison May 4 after taking the Oath of Allegiance. He died in 1920.
Contact Name: Mark Anderson
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Name: William YinglingRank: Unknown Company:
Wm. transferred to the 7th Va. Cav. at the end of his initial enlistment in the 4th Va. Inf. Wm was transferred to the 14th, 24th &25th Battalion and 35th Battalion Va. Cav and served three additional years. At the end of this enlistment he reenlisted in the 4th Va. Inf and remained there throughout the course of the war.
Contact Name: R. S. Burk
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Name: Alexander T. SuiterRank: Private Company: A
b.1805 Tazewell VA. D.1877 Bland VA. (joined Ashbys Cavalry}
Contact Name: trisstrickland
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Name: Alexander Floyd SuiterRank: Private Company: A
{Ashbys Cavalry}Born: Dec 26 1840 Virginia. D; Dec 14 1914 Weber Utah.
Contact Name: T.Strickland
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Name: Daniel S. BakerRank: Private Company: B
From 'The Baker History' Descendants of John Baker Sr., published in 1964
Contact Name: Richard W. Werner
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Name: Giles H. DeVierRank: Private Company: B
enlisted 4/28/1861 with his brother Hiram
Contact Name: Suzanne DeVier
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Name: Hiram K. DeVierRank: Private Company: B
enlisted 4/28/1861 with his brother Giles
Contact Name: Suzanne DeVier
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Name: John MillerRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted as a Private on 18 April 1861 at the age of 25.
Killed on 28 May 1864 at Hawes' Shop, VA.
Contact Name: Eric Stone
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Name: William MillerRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted as a Private on 18 April 1861 at the age of 20.
Died of disease on 12 July 1862 at Coote's Store, VA.
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Contact Name: Eric Stone
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Name: Ananias B. CoffeltRank: Private Company: C
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Contact Name: Norman P Miller
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Name: Amos DellingerRank: Private Company: C
b: 27 Jun 1838
d: 08 Dec 1889

Enlisted 05 Jun 1861, Edinburg
Reenlisted 01 May 1862, Conrad's Store (Elkton)
Contact Name: Angela Dellinger
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Name: Andrew Jackson EstepRank: Private Company: C
Enlisted as a Private with his own horse at Hawkinstown, Virginia on April 7. 1862. He served in the 7th Virginia Cavalry Company C, CSA, known as the 'Shenandoah Rangers'. This was one of Colonel Turner Ashby's companies under the command of Capitan Samuel B. Myers. Also served in CSA Unit : Co G 97th VA Militia and Co C 8th Battalion VA Reserves
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller : 2nd Great-grandfather,Father’s side)

Contact Name: Norman P. Miller
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Name: William Franklin MillerRank: Private Company: C
Enlisted 01 JUN 1861 in Luray, VA. Was a prisoner of war, arrested in Romney, WV 26 OCT 1861, transferred to Vicksburg from Camp Chase in Ohio to be exchanged 25 AUG 1862.
Contact Name: Estelle Gordon
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Name: William F. BradleyRank: Private Company: D
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Contact Name: Stan Reed
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Name: Henry Freeman BroylesRank: Private Company: D
2nd Great-Grandfather (Paternal).
Enlisted as a Private in Company D, 7th Regiment Virginia Cavalry on 15 May 1863.
Wounded at Brandy Station Virginia 9 June 1863.
Source: American Civil War Soldiers
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Source: The 7th Virginia, Ashby's Cavalry
www.civil-war-history.com
Source: Soldiers' Home of R.E. Lee Camp No. 1 - Application For Admission.
Contact Name: Ron Saunders
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Name: Morgan K. BuchananRank: Private Company: D
My 2nd great grandfather was born 8/23/1835 in Yancey, NC
Died 08/18/1912 in East Stone Gap, VA; Buried in Riverview Cemetery in East Stone Gap, VA.
Contact Name: Amy Hansen
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Name: William Tazewell DovelRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted from Luray, Page County, VA, on Aug 15, 1864. He lived at Alma at the time, and died Craig, Missouri in 1916.
Contact Name: Stephen Staruch
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Name: Jeremiah FairburnRank: Private Company: D
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Contact Name: sharon corkern
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Name: William T. KnightRank: Private Company: D
Unit known as the Massanutten Rangers William was from Page County Va.
Contact Name: Robert Knight
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Name: Abraham ShenkRank: Private Company: D
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Contact Name: Hylus Shenk
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Name: Thomas C. MooreRank: Lieutenant Company: E
Thomas Moore was my Great-Great Grandfather.
Contact Name: Maxwell I. Moore
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Name: John W. BakerRank: Private Company: F
From 'The Baker History' Descendants of John Baker Sr., published in 1964
Contact Name: Richard W. Werner
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Name: Henry Columbus MillerRank: Private Company: F
Henry C. Miller was born September 28, 1830, died March 14, 1902. He is buried next to his wife, Elizabeth A. Hutchinson, born November 5, 1837, died March 17, 1920 in Gerrardstown, West, Virginia, Gerrardstown Presbyterian Cemetery.

Henry C. Miller is my great, great grandfather.
Contact Name: Gregory E. Miller
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Name: Jacob G. ShoupRank: Lieutenant Company: H
Killed at the Battle of Fairfield, Friday, July 3, 1863. Brother of John Calvin Shoup.
Contact Name: Christine M. Smith
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Name: John Calvin ShoupRank: Captain Company: H
Killed at Battle of Tom's Brook, October, 1864.
Contact Name: Christine M. Smith
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Name: Henry BullRank: Private Company: I
M382 roll 8
Contact Name: Mark Buhl
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Name: Allen DeVier, Jr.Rank: Private Company: I
enlisted 6/24/1861
Was my great-great-great-grandfather
brother of Giles and Hiram DeVier
Contact Name: Suzanne DeVier
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Name: Solomon Simmons Rank: Private Company: I
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Contact Name: Stephen Simmons
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Name: Phillip BrannerRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted: 24 Apr 1862, Conrad's Store. Rank: private
CSA Unit: Co. K, 7th Virginia Cavalry
Additional service: New Market Artillery and Danville Artillery
paroled 19 Apr 1865, Winchester
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller: Husband of Great-Grandaunt)
Contact Name: Norman P Miller
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Name: Jesse EstepRank: Private Company: K
CSA Unit: Company K, 7th Virginia Cavalry Regiment.
Enlisted as a Private on 1 August 1861 at the age of 23
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller : 1st cousin 4 times removed, Father’s side)
Contact Name: Norman P. Miller
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Name: Moses EstepRank: Private Company: K
CSA Unit : Company K, 7th Cavalry Regiment Virginia. (Ashby's)
Enlisted as a Private on 1 August 1861.
Enlistment Place: Orkney Springs, Shenandoah County, Virginia.
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller : 1st cousin 3 times removed, Father’s side)

Contact Name: Norman P. Miller
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Name: William Harvey EstepRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted at Lacey's Springs (Virginia) April 1, 1863 as a private
CSA: Company K, 7th Virginia Cavalry. Prior service may have been Company G, 18th Virginia Cavalry. Pension record show he was wounded at Hanging Rock , Virginia (now West Virginia) on September 24, 1861 , left leg, fracture of bone. (Kinship to Norman P Miller: 1st Cousin, 3 times removed, Father's side)
Contact Name: Norman P Miller
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Name: John W. PeerRank: Unknown Company: K
• PEER, JOHN W.
born: 24 Feb 1839 died: 30 Nov 1910
buried: New Keller Cemetery, Mount Olive, Shenandoah County
Parents: Henry & Elizabeth Peer Wife: Catherine Vance
Rank: Private
Unit: Co. B, 33rd Virginia Infantry
Enlisted: 1 Jun 1863, New Market
Transferred to Co. K, 7th Virginia Cavalry 17 Mar 1864
Admitted C.S.A. General Hospital, Charlottesville 9 May 1864, debilitas; admitted Chimborazo Hospital, No. 4 11 Aug 1864, debility; returned to duty 6 Oct 1864; paroled 10 May 1865, Winchester
Postwar resident of Saumsville, Shenandoah County
Contact Name: Fred Peer
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Name: George Washington SchaefferRank: Private Company: K
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Name: Henry Adam TusingRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted as a Private on 1 August 1861 at the age of 31.
Enlistment Place: Orkney Springs, Virginia
Enlisted in Company K, 7th Cavalry Regiment Virginia
Discharged from Company K, 7th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 1 Dec 1861. (Kinship to Norman P Miller: Husband of 1st cousin, 4 times removed)
Contact Name: Norman P Miller
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Name: John WillRank: Private Company: K
Captured:7Mar1865,Rude's Hill,Shenandoah County; confined at Fort Delaware 12Mar1865;oath of allegiance and released 15Jun1865
Contact Name: Aaron Will Sr.
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Name: George W. ZehringRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted at Rewans Creek, 2 April 1864. Rank: Private.
CSA Unit: Co. K, 7th Virginia Cavalry. (Ashby's)..
Captured: 5 Mar 1865, Mount Jackson; confined at Fort Delaware 12 Mar 1865.
Oath of allegiance and released 15 Jun 1865.
Postwar rosters show he was wounded during the war.
Buried in: Solomons Lutheran Church Cemetery, Forestville, Shenandoah
County, Virginia.
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller : Great-granduncle, Father’s side) Note: John Zehring, William H. Zehring, Jacob Zehring, Samuel Zehring and George W. Zehring were brothers.

Contact Name: Norman P. Miller
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Name: Jacob ZehringRank: 1st Sergeant Company: K
Enlisted: 20 Feb 1862, Martinsburg. Rank: 2nd Sergeant
CSA Unit: Co. K, 7th Virginia Cavalry. (Ashby's)..
Prior Service: Co. G, 136th Virginia Militia.
Transferred to Capt. Koontz's Cavalry, 22 Feb 1862; horse killed in action 25 Apr 1863, Greenland Gap, West Virginia.
Jacob Zehring was killed in action, 3 Jul 1863, Fairfield, Pennsylvania.
Buried in: Solomons Lutheran Church Cemetery, Forestville, Shenandoah
County, Virginia.
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller : Great-granduncle, Father’s side) Note: John Zehring, William H. Zehring, Jacob Zehring, Samuel Zehring and George W. Zehring were brothers.
Contact Name: Norman P. Miller
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Name: John ZehringRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted: 13 Jan 1863, New Market. Rank: Private.
CSA Unit: Co. K, 7th Virginia Cavalry. (Ashby's)..
Prior Service: Co. G, 136th Virginia Militia.
Wounded 19 Oct 1864, Cedar Creek (severely).
Buried in: Solomons Lutheran Church Cemetery, Forestville, Shenandoah
County, Virginia.
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller : Great-granduncle, Father’s side) Note: John Zehring, William H. Zehring, Jacob Zehring, Samuel Zehring and George W. Zehring were brothers.

Contact Name: Norman P. Miller
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Name: Samual ZehringRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted: 20 Feb 1862, Martinsburg, West Virginia. Rank: Private.
CSA Unit: Co K 7th Virginia Cavalry. (Ashby's).
Prior Service: Co. G, 136th Virginia Militia.
Transferred to Capt. Koontz's Cavalry 22 Feb 1862.
Horse killed in action 25 Apr 1863, Greenland Gap, West Virginia; wounded 21 Jun 1863, Upperville, Virginia. (lower leg, bones shattered); captured 18 Dec 1863, Mount Jackson Virginia; confined at Camp Chase 29 Dec 1863; transferred to Fort Delaware 14 Mar 1864; oath of allegiance and released 15 Jun 1865.
Buried in: Solomons Lutheran Church Cemetery, Forestville, Shenandoah
County, Virginia.
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller : Great-granduncle, Father’s side) Note: John Zehring, William H. Zehring, Jacob Zehring, Samuel Zehring and George W. Zehring were brothers.

Contact Name: Norman P. Miller
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Name: William H. ZehringRank: Private Company: K

Enlisted at Conrad's Store 29 April 1862. Rank: Private.
CSA Unit: Co. K, 7th Virginia Cavalry. (Ashby's)..
Horse killed in action 21 Jun 1863, Upperville, Fauquier County, Virginia
Killed in action: 8 Nov 1863, near Stevensburg, Culpeper County, Virginia
Buried in: Solomons Lutheran Church Cemetery, Forestville, Shenandoah
County, Virginia.
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller : Great-granduncle, Father’s side) Note: John Zehring, William H. Zehring, Jacob Zehring, Samuel Zehring and George W. Zehring were brothers.
Contact Name: Norman P Miller
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