Dec. 8, 1863 Warrenton Fauquier County Virginia, USA
Aug. 26, 1915 District Of Columbia, USA
The son of the famous Confederate guerilla was a versatile newspaper man. There was a month long illness after throat surgery which killed him. An expert at chess and poker, as a diversion from his regular work, he wrote of those contests in the local newspaper. After graduating in Law from the University of Virginia in 1883 he went to Denver to practice for several large mining companies. He lectured in mining law at the Colorado School of Mines.