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ade his home at Augusta, Ga., and subsequently removed to South Carolina. From 1877 to 1880 he was connected with the quartermaster's department, United States army, at Charleston. He died at Aiken, S. C., August 6, 1881. Major-General Stephen Dodson Ramseur Major-General Stephen Dodson Ramseur was born May 31 , 1837, at Lincolnton, N. C., son of Jacob A. and Lucy M. Ramseur. Among his ancestors was John Wilfong, a revolutionary hero, who fought valiantly at King's Mountain and Eutaw Springs. He was educated at the United States military academy, with graduation in 1860, and was promoted to lieutenant in the Fourth artillery. His brief service in the United States army was rendered at Fortress Monroe and Washington, D. C., and was ended by his resignation April 6, 1861, to enter the service of the Confederate States government. He was offered the command of the Ellis light artillery, of Raleigh, was commissioned major of State troops, and was ordered to Smithfield, Va. He