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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)
ember 2, 1832, son of Samuel Woodson and Jane Reid Venable—was graduated from Hampden—Sidney Collegsperate action at Soloman's Fork, Kan., while Venable, with characteristic tenacity, stuck to his bg conflict. Then burst the storm of war, and Venable, without a moment's hesitation, threw up his derness, mourned by an army. This position Venable held until the spring of ‘63. Commissariese very thickest of the battle of the 3rd day. Venable had come up to ask his Colonel whether he didinspired, orders, grasped his hand, and said, Venable, I've sent off my last man. You must take thi all responsibility. Certainly, sir, replied Venable, saluting, and most delighted, and away he sp his own brilliant work), was to have, and so Venable, within a few days, was assigned to the Headq the autumn of 1864 (Oct. 27th), the story of Venable's career is the story of that splendid body oenever most perlious service was to the fore, Venable was selected for that service, and wherever t[6 more...