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Maj. Jed. Hotchkiss, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 3, Virginia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 10 0 Browse Search
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1822, the son of Capt. John Minor Maury, United States navy, whose wife was the daughter of Fontaine Maury. His descent is from the old Virginia families of Brooke and Minor, and the Huguenot emigrend adjutant-general. In his report of the battle of Elkhorn Tavern, General Van Dorn wrote: Colonel Maury was of invaluable service to me both in preparing for and during the battle. Here, as on otdier; cool and calm under all circumstances, he was always ready, either with his sword or pen. Maury was promptly promoted brigadier-general. He accompanied Van Dorn to the consultation with A. S.alry of F. C. Armstrong. Little of Maryland, commanding the other division, fell at Iuka, where Maury was held in reserve, and afterward served as rear guard, repelling pursuit. About a fortnight lpite of a gallant struggle, the defenses of Mobile bay were taken, and in March and April, 1865, Maury, with a garrison about 9,000 strong, defended the city against the assaults of Canby's army of 4