|Death: ||Mar. 18, 1911|
Captain R. A. Pace.
Pamplin City, Va., March 18.--
Captain R. A. Pace, a veteran of the War Between the States, died here Friday at the home of his son-in-law, Dr. E. E. Walker, aged seventy-six years.
He was an earnest Mason and member of the M. E. Church, and will be buried to-morrow at the family cemetery, near Evergreen. He leaves two children--Mrs. Walker, of this place, and John T. Pace, of Petersburg--besides four nephews and two nieces in Richmond, a brother in Hadensville, Mecklenburg county, and numerous relatives in Kentucky, and several grandchildren here and in Petersburg.
He filed for a confederate pension from Mecklenburg Co., VA in 1905. He says he was in Co.H, 18th VA Inf. Regt., Capt. Wm Johnson, Pickets Division. It is under R.A. Pace. He's named as Robert A. Pace later in the documents. He says he's age 70 and born in Albemarle Co, VA.
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I am wondering if one of the nephews in Richmond might have been James Pace from whom I am directly decended. I know he was a devout Methodist and gave Pace Memorial Church which has since burned. I am new to geneology and this site, please send me any in...(Read more)|
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