nt Maury went with his mother and sister to Warrenton Springs to spend a few weeks, at what was then a favorite Virginia resort.
The day after their arrival he was descending the steps of the hotel, when he met a party of young people coming up. As they reached the top, one of the young ladies missed the step and fell.
With his accustomed gallantry, Captain Maury sprang to her side and picked her up. When she was on her feet the young soldier was introduced to the young lady.
It was Miss Nannie Mason, daughter of Mr. Wiley Roy Mason, of King George county.
The exigencies of the service demanded the departure of Captain Maury for the front in a week or two, but he was a great deal with the little Virginia beauty, and when he left they found they had lost much happiness.
While Lieutenant Maury was on duty at West Point he had opportunity to come to Virginia with comparative frequency, and he often saw his sweetheart.
After several trips, they were married at Cleveland, the fine co