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Col Edmund Pendleton

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Col Edmund Pendleton

Birth
Amherst County, Virginia, USA
Death
26 Jul 1899 (aged 75)
Lexington, Lexington City, Virginia, USA
Burial
Lexington, Lexington City, Virginia, USA
Memorial ID
113874410 View Source

Born: September 29, 1823
Birthplace: Amherst County Virginia
Father: Dr. Micajah Pendleton 1796 – 1861
Mother: Louisa Jane Davis Pendleton 1806 -
Wife: Cornelia M. Morgan Pendleton
Education:
1842: Graduated from Virginia Military Institute
Occupation before War:
Attorney in Buchanan County Virginia
Attorney in New Orleans Louisiana
Civil War Career:
1861 – 1862: Major of 3rd Louisiana Battalion Infantry
1862: Lt. Colonel of 15th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
1862: Captured during the Seven Days Campaign (July 28, 1862)
1862: Prisoner of War held until exchanged on August 5, 1862
1862: Wounded on the ankle during the Battle of Antietam Maryland
1862 – 1865: Colonel of 15th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
1863: Wounded on the hand during the Battle of Chancellorsville VA.
1863 – 1864: Absent from command due to his war wounds
1865: Commander of 15th Louisiana Infantry at Appomattox Virginia
Occupation after War:
Attorney in Lexington Virginia
1869 – 1871: Virginia State Senator
1873 – 1877: Member of Board of Visitors Virginia Military Institute

Died: July 26, 1899
Place of Death: Lexington Virginia
Age at time of Death: 75 years old
Burial Place: Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery Lexington VA.

Born: September 29, 1823
Birthplace: Amherst County Virginia
Father: Dr. Micajah Pendleton 1796 – 1861
Mother: Louisa Jane Davis Pendleton 1806 -
Wife: Cornelia M. Morgan Pendleton
Education:
1842: Graduated from Virginia Military Institute
Occupation before War:
Attorney in Buchanan County Virginia
Attorney in New Orleans Louisiana
Civil War Career:
1861 – 1862: Major of 3rd Louisiana Battalion Infantry
1862: Lt. Colonel of 15th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
1862: Captured during the Seven Days Campaign (July 28, 1862)
1862: Prisoner of War held until exchanged on August 5, 1862
1862: Wounded on the ankle during the Battle of Antietam Maryland
1862 – 1865: Colonel of 15th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
1863: Wounded on the hand during the Battle of Chancellorsville VA.
1863 – 1864: Absent from command due to his war wounds
1865: Commander of 15th Louisiana Infantry at Appomattox Virginia
Occupation after War:
Attorney in Lexington Virginia
1869 – 1871: Virginia State Senator
1873 – 1877: Member of Board of Visitors Virginia Military Institute

Died: July 26, 1899
Place of Death: Lexington Virginia
Age at time of Death: 75 years old
Burial Place: Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery Lexington VA.


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  • Created by: Rob
  • Added: 15 Jul 2013
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 113874410
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/113874410/edmund-pendleton: accessed ), memorial page for Col Edmund Pendleton (29 Sep 1823–26 Jul 1899), Find a Grave Memorial ID 113874410, citing Oak Grove Cemetery, Lexington, Lexington City, Virginia, USA; Maintained by Rob (contributor 47382248).