4 edition of Sketch of Dabney Carr Harrison found in the catalog.
by Presbyterian Committee of Publication of the Confederate States in Richmond
Written in English
|Other titles||Dabney Carr Harrison, soldier of the cross and of his country|
|Statement||by William J. Hoge.|
|Contributions||Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E581.5 56th .H7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||15028201|
On file in Shelby County Courthouse, is the will of one Samuel Long (Bun No.8, Book 3, pa, , ) which was produced in Shelby County Long—Strother—Haynes Court, October, , and proved by the oaths of James Pollard & John Lemon, the subscribing witnesses thereto. His brother, Dabney Carr Harrison (Princeton, '48), another close friend, took service in the Confederate army, first as chaplain, then as captain of a company, and was killed at Fort Donelson which, as I painfully remember, was at first reported as a Confederate victory.
of the book is eloquence, and the best remembered essay (Letter VII) is that in which he drew a flattering portrait of the blind preacher, James Waddell. Letter V contains portraits of James Monroe and John Marshall. The portrait of the Chief Justice, so Wirt wrote to Dabney Carr, Decem , made Mrs. Marshall "exceedingly angry.". Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 19/The Staunton River Fight by B. L. Fairnholt The Memorial Window in Trinity Church, Portsmouth, Va., to the Confederate Dead of its Congregation.
Bill Deyo's ancestor was Seth Anderson (#2 above) as well as Susannah West Dabney, the daughter of Cockacoeske and her interpreter Cornelius Dabney, and a sister of "Jane" West Harrison. Some family trees suggest Susannah could be much younger and a daughter of her sister Mrs. Harrison, but most references agree she was Cockacoeske's daughter. This book is a joy to page through. Full color illustrations, photographs, portraits and maps, buildings and vistas appear at the appropriate time on each page. After the biographical sketch, a time line of Edward’s life is included, as is an excerpt from a letter to one of his daughters.
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Sketch of Dabney Carr Harrison. Richmond, Va., Presbyterian committee of publication of the Confederate States, (OCoLC) Named Person: Dabney Carr Harrison; Dabney Carr Harrison: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William J Hoge; Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress).
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[William J Hoge; Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America. Presbyterian Committee of Publication.]. Sketch of Dabney Carr Harrison: minister of the Gospel and captain in the army of the Confederate States of America by Hoge, William J. (William James), ; Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America.
Presbyterian Committee of Publication, publisher. Caption title: Dabney Carr Harrison, soldier of the cross and Sketch of Dabney Carr Harrison book his country.
Includes a description of activities of the 56th Virginia Infantry Regiment (Confederate) at Fort Donelson, Tenn. View this catalog record in WorldCat for other possible copy locations. Hoge, William James and Dabney Carr Harrison.
Sketch of Dabney Carr Harrison: Minister of the Gospel and Captain in the Army of the Confederate States of America. Richmond, Va.: Presbyterian Committee of Publication of the Confederate States, Digital version at Internet Archive; FHL Fiche Sifakis, Stewart.
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Hoge. (Richmond: Presbyterian Committee of Publication of the Confederate States, ), by William J. Hoge (page images at HathiTrust) Register of North Carolina troops, Landy Lindsay kept an ordinary, formerly Lyle’s, in Fluvanna County about four miles east of present Palmyra (Fluvanna County Minute Book,p.
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Browsing subject area: United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Regimental histories (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Regimental. TJ became a second father to Carr’s six children, who came to Monticello about and lived there for a time with their mother, Martha Jefferson Carr ().
See Elizabeth Dabney Coleman, “The Carrs of Albemarle County,” Master’s thesis, University of Virginia, ; William S. Simpson, Jr., “Dabney Carr: Portrait of a Colonial. Descendants of Cornelius Dabney and Susannah West include William Deyo, official tribal historian of the Pamunkey; Patrick Henry (the orator and Governor of Virginia), Dabney Carr (brother-in-law of President Thomas Jefferson), Nancy Astor (first woman to sit in the British House of Commons), Zachary Taylor (President of the United States), and.
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Captain Dabney Carr Harrison heard Lee say, “The virtue and fidelity which should characterize a soldier, can be learned from the holy pages of the Bible alone.” Other great Southern men could contribute a similar eulogy to the Bible.
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