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ASHBY, Turner 91828-1862) as a Confederate cavalry commander in the American Civil War. He had achieved prominence as Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's cavalry commander, with the rank of colonel, in the Shenandoah Valley before he was killed in the Battle of Good's Farm. MARSHALL, Thomas (????-1864) was an aid to Stonewall Jackson at Manassas in 1861 as a Captain. Appointed Lt. Colonel of the 7th Virginia Cavalry in October 1862. He had six horses shot out from under him during the war. He fought at Trevilian Station, was wounded twice (Ream's Station, Petersburg), and was killed at Nineveh in November, 1864. He was ultimately buried in the Stonewall Cemetery in Winchester, VA besides Turner Ashby. Document Signed as Colonel Commanding “Turn Ashby” on a 1pp., preprinted Special Requisition document, March 16, 1862. The requisition is for 9 line items, requested by Captain “Thomas Marshall”. VG
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Colonel Turner Ashby Approves the Requisition Orginated By CaptainThomas Marshall - Both Killed In Action

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Auction closed on Thursday, September 7, 2017.

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