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- Virginia -- Politics and government -- 1865-1883
- Winchester (Va.) -- History -- 1865-1921
- Ward, George M, 1821-1902
- Virginia -- Politics and government -- 1845-1861
- Ward, Julia Anne Fernsten
- Personal papers -- Virginia | Winchester
- Resources and Advantages of Winchester, Va., and the Country Contiguous Thereto in the Lower Valley of Virginia
- Committee of Trade of Winchester (Va.)
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confederate
- Ward family
- Winchester (Va.) -- History -- 19th century
- Winchester (Va.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
- Lawyers -- Virginia | Winchester
- Memoirs, n. d., of George M. Ward (1821-1902) of Winchester, Virginia, containing information concerning his education, brief law career, military career during the Civil War, civic life including political service in the House of Delegates and State Senate, and genealogical notes on his family including his wife Julia Anne Fernsten Ward. There are also obituaries for George M. Ward and a copy of RESOURCES AND ADVANTAGES OF WINCHESTER, VA, AND THE COUNTRY CONTIGUOUS THERETO IN THE LOWER VALLEY OF VIRGINIA (1872), issued by the Committee of Trade of Winchester
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- George M. Ward was born 9 August 1821, the son of Daniel in Jeffersonton, Culpeper County, Virginia. Soon after receiving his law degree, Ward moved with his wife Julia Anne Fernsten Ward to Winchester, where he began a law practice. Due to health concerns, Ward quit his law practice after a few years and concentrated on a life as a farmer. He was elected to both the House of Delegates and the State Senate for several terms. At the start of the Civil War, Ward served in the Adjutant General's office in Richmond. Ward also served as a judge, a magistrate, and U. S. Commissioner of the Circuit Court after the war. He died in Winchester on 13 March 1902 and was interred in Mount Hebron Cemetery on 15 March.
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- Originals, which are owned by the Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, are located in Handley Regional Library in Winchester, Virginia.
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