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1862 Aug. 5
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1862 Aug. 5
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Language
eng
Summary
Letter, 5 August 1862, from Horace Wade (b. 1835) of Company I, 12th Virginia Cavalry to his sister Mrs. Lou F. Hopkins (1833-1882) of Rockbridge County, Virginia, informing her that his regiment is camped outside Charlottesville, Virginia, and telling her that Stonewall Jackson's corps is moving north and that there may be a fight soon with John Pope and the Union Army of Virginia. He states that his regiment is highly thought of in the Valley of Virginia. Wade adds that his horse has been appraised at $300 and that he bought a second horse
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Biographical or historical data
Horace Wade was born 18 June 1835 in Rockbridge County, Virginia, to Thomas Morrell Wade (ca. 1797-1854) and Mary Bear Wade (ca. 1802-1875). Wade enlisted as a corporal in Company I, 12th Virginia Cavalry 1 June 1862 at Winchester, Virginia. He was paroled at Richmond, Virginia, 17 May 1865.
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Vi
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Letter
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  • The Library of Virginia
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2
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Brian and Maria Green, Inc.
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000503012
Type of unit
p.

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