|Birth: ||Jan. 5, 1824|
|Death: ||Jan. 13, 1879|
Civil War Confederate Officer. This son of General David Rodes and the former Martha Ann Yancey was a native of the commonwealth of Virginia and served his younger brother, General Robert Emmett Rodes, as Volunteer Aide-de-Camp (VADC) at the onset of the War Between the States in 1861. At the rank of Lieutenant, his official appointment to Aide-de-Camp (still to his brother) occurred on the 4th of July, 1864. He resigned from Confederate service in the fall of 1864 with the death of his brother and began life anew as a merchant and planter. He died in Carroll County Mississippi and is buried directly next his brother he had served throughout the war.
Plot: Enter Cemetery and little ways on the right. By the road.
Created by: Stonewall
Record added: Mar 31, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10710142
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