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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Major Andrew Reid Venable, Jr. [from Richmond, Va., Times-Dispatch.] (search)
n of trampling squadrons, there always was Andrew Venable, riding bit to bit, by the bridle-rein of ort tells us that on the evening of July 1st, Venable reported to him the exact whereabouts of his at had stormed Cemetery Hill. The story of Venable's services during the winter of ‘63-64, when d and stayed the tide of thundering onset. Venable tenderly bore his chief from the field to Ricry McClellan, whispered, Take the bay and let Venable have my gray. He then added, I am going fad ears of that army! After Stuart's death, Venable was for a brief time assigned staff-duty withesource and most stubborn courage. He placed Venable and Ryal in charge of the escort that was to port, Hampton says (September 27th, 1864): Major Venable, of my staff, was ordered to superintend t that little speaks volumes to those who knew Venable, and who can read between the lines: Here my nated in the Surrender at Appomattox C. H., Mrs. Venable got permission from the Federal authorities[7 more...]