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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 8. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 8.70 (search)
alone survives. His boyhood and youth. Stuart's early boyhood was passed at the old homesteang but no fighting. Returning to Leavenworth, Stuart was married at Fort Riley, on the 14th Novembeing a large part of the three following years, Stuart's regiment was engaged in the attempt to preseard, leaving his wounded, and among them Lieutenant Stuart, in a temporary fortification, built neaFrom the Fall of 1857 until the Summer of 1860 Stuart was stationed at Fort Riley, with six companiein that Sedgwick had fallen in the wilderness, Stuart mourned for him as for a valued friend. Throuved of the John Brown raid at Harper's Ferry. Stuart was requested to convey to Arlington a secret Wise, now Fort Lyon, and from this point Lieutenant Stuart, who had been notified of his promotion he following circumstance as narrated to me by Stuart himself. At a meeting for consultation of o address will not permit a detailed account of Stuart's services at the battles of the First Manassa[11 more...]