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Capt Milton Rouss
Birth: Oct. 18, 1840
Frederick County
Maryland, USA
Death: Aug. 31, 1922
Jefferson County
West Virginia, USA

C.S.A. Captain of Company B, 12th Virginia Cavalry.

The son of Peter H. Rouss of Pennsylvania and Belinda Ballzett of Maryland. Married Mary Osburn of Loudoun County. His second marriage at the age of 68 was to Mary Lyne Wilson of Jefferson County and daughter of William Lyne Wilson and Nannie Huntington. They were wed on June 23, 1909 in Charles Town, Jefferson County Virginia. His new bride was 32 years of age at the time of their marriage. He was the brother of the successful businessman Charles Broadway Rouss, the benefactor of several public buildings in Winchester Virginia. Aged 81 years, 9 months and 13 days. 
Family links: 
  Peter Hoke Rouss (1806 - 1887)
  Belinda Elizabeth Baltzell Rouss (1810 - 1887)
  Mary Chinn Osburn Rouss (1846 - 1908)
  Mary Lyne Wilson Rouss (1877 - 1961)
  Milton Osburn Rouss (1874 - 1937)*
  Ann Elizabeth Rouss (1834 - 1858)*
  Charles Broadway Rouss (1836 - 1902)*
  Milton Rouss (1840 - 1922)
  William W Rouss (1846 - 1914)*
*Calculated relationship
son of Peter Hoke & Belinda Elizabeth
Mount Hebron Cemetery
Winchester City
Virginia, USA
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Record added: Apr 03, 2007
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Milton J. Rouss, was appointed 1st Lt. of Co. B, 12th Va. Cavalry Regiment on 2/1/1862. He was wounded, 9/13/1862 and captured. Exchanged on 11/8/1862, Recaptured 6/9/1863. Remainder of the war, was spent as a POW. Finally paroled at Charlestown, W.Va., 5...(Read more)
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