On the same day, Brig. Wigfall's Brigade consisted of the three Texas regiments and a Louisiana regiment of unknown designation. November 4, Colonel Wigfall appointed Brigadier. Lieutenant Colonel Hugh McLeod was made regimental commander a veteran of the Texas war of Independence and earnest while commander of the Sante Fe expedition in T Rainey was the Major of the First, a lawyer. November 12, On the night of November 12, the Fourth and Fifth Texas broke bivouac and began a march for Dumfries, hastened by an urgent request from General Wigfall for assistance in repelling a large Federal force which had supposedly crossed the Potomac and entrenched above the Occoquan River.
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Shifflett, who died Friday evening in the University Hospital at Charlottesville, was hold at 2: Burial was made in the Hensley graveyard. The services were conducted by Rev. Shifflett, who lived a few miles east of Elkton, had been seriously ill for three weeks, suffering from kidney trouble, he was taken to the hospital Wednesday. The body arrived here last night. Shifflett, who was a farmer, and a useful and highly esteemed man, was about 64 years old. He was twice married.
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He was born February 29, , in Lewis County, W. Maudie Bosley, Clarksburg, W. Minnie Hood, Massillon, Ohio, also fourteen grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents, surviving are five grandparents, Mr. Herman Shifflett, Lilly Shifflett and Mr.
The Robert Edward Lee statue in Emancipation Park In the wake of the Charleston church shooting in , efforts were made across the country to remove Confederate monuments from public spaces and rename streets honoring notable figures from the Confederacy. While often successful, these efforts faced a backlash from people concerned about protecting their Confederate heritage. Lee statue honoring the Confederate general in Emancipation Park which had been renamed by the city council from Lee Park in June Kessler, who refers to Bellamy as "anti-white," exposed a series of offensive tweets made by Bellamy several years earlier and unsuccessfully tried to remove him from office.