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John W. Davies (search for this): article 11
The soldier's memory, --We have observed at the establishment of John W. Davies, in this city, a handsome marble obelisk, with appropriate inscriptions to the memory of Capt. Wm. M. Skipwith, who lost his life at Rich Mountain. This fitting tribute has been prepared at the instance of the County Court of Powhatan.
William M. Skipwith (search for this): article 11
The soldier's memory, --We have observed at the establishment of John W. Davies, in this city, a handsome marble obelisk, with appropriate inscriptions to the memory of Capt. Wm. M. Skipwith, who lost his life at Rich Mountain. This fitting tribute has been prepared at the instance of the County Court of Powhatan.
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The soldier's memory, --We have observed at the establishment of John W. Davies, in this city, a handsome marble obelisk, with appropriate inscriptions to the memory of Capt. Wm. M. Skipwith, who lost his life at Rich Mountain. This fitting tribute has been prepared at the instance of the County Court of Powhatan.