Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Robert Randolph” in chapter 43 of The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South:
...h was taken in Fauquier county to meet the prognosticated war. The first captain elected was John Scott, a planter, residing in the neighborhood of Warrenton, and the author of The lost principle.
Robert Randolph , a young lawyer of the Warrenton bar, was chosen first lieutenant; Charles H. Gordon, a planter, residing near Bealton, was elected second lieutenant.
The noncommissioned officers were: William R. ...
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