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The Captain remembers : the papers of Captain Richard Irby

edited by Virginia Fitzgerald Jordan
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English
Nottoway [Virginia] : Nottoway County Historical Association, c1975
[10], 124 p. : ill., ports.

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"This is the second volume in the series of manuscripts on Nottoway history to be published by the Nottoway County Historical Association."

Pages 60-107 contain reprint edition of: Historical sketch of the Nottoway Grays, afterwards Company G, Eighteenth Virginia Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia; prepared at the request of the surviving members of the Company at their first re-union at Bellefont Church, July 21, 1877 / by Richard Irby, Captain of the Company, 1862-63. -- Richmond : J. W. Fergusson & Son, 1878.

Includes "condensed roll of Company G, 18th Virginia Regiment, A.N.Va."

Richard Irby (1824-1902) married Frances Virginia Fitzgerald in 1846, and served in the Confederate forces during the Civil War.

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