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Col James Quilbert Chenoweth

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Col James Quilbert Chenoweth

Birth
Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Death
2 Jun 1909 (aged 68)
Bedford, Bedford County, Virginia, USA
Burial
Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Kentucky, USA
Plot
Section A, Lot 2, Grave 5
Memorial ID
95625835 View Source

wounded at Shiloh, Stones River & Chickamauga
Colonel, Chenoweth's Kentucky Cavalry, in Gen Adam Johnson's partisan brigade
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James Quilbert Chenoweth:
Born: February 9, 1841
Birthplace: Louisville Kentucky
Father: Thomas Hanna Chenoweth 1810 – 1848
Mother: Mary Trapnell Passamore Chenoweth 1811 – 1892
Wife: Scotia M. Inskeep Chenoweth 1851 – 1906
Education:
1860: Graduated from Asbury University in Indiana
Studied law in Montgomery Alabama before War
Civil War Career:
1861 – 1862: Drillmaster of Bennett's Tennessee Cavalry Battalion
1862: Wounded during the Battle of Shiloh Tennessee
1862 – 1864: Major of 1st Kentucky Cavalry Regiment
Wounded during the Battle of Stones River Tennessee
1863: Wounded during the Battle of Chickamauga Georgia
1864: Colonel of 1st Kentucky Cavalry Regiment detached
1865: Colonel of Chenoweth's Kentucky Cavalry Partisan Rangers
Occupation after War:
Attorney in Montgomery Alabama, Kentucky & Bonham Texas
Kentucky State Senator
Texas State Representative
Judge in the State of Texas
1885 – 1888: Auditor of the United States Treasury Department
Publisher of Bonham Daily Favorite Newspaper in Texas
Superintendent of Texas State Confederate Home in Austin Texas

Died: June 2, 1909
Place of Death: Elks Home Bedford Virginia
Age at time of Death: 68 years old
Burial Place: Harrodsburg Cemetery Harrodsburg Kentucky
by Rob (#47382248)

wounded at Shiloh, Stones River & Chickamauga
Colonel, Chenoweth's Kentucky Cavalry, in Gen Adam Johnson's partisan brigade
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James Quilbert Chenoweth:
Born: February 9, 1841
Birthplace: Louisville Kentucky
Father: Thomas Hanna Chenoweth 1810 – 1848
Mother: Mary Trapnell Passamore Chenoweth 1811 – 1892
Wife: Scotia M. Inskeep Chenoweth 1851 – 1906
Education:
1860: Graduated from Asbury University in Indiana
Studied law in Montgomery Alabama before War
Civil War Career:
1861 – 1862: Drillmaster of Bennett's Tennessee Cavalry Battalion
1862: Wounded during the Battle of Shiloh Tennessee
1862 – 1864: Major of 1st Kentucky Cavalry Regiment
Wounded during the Battle of Stones River Tennessee
1863: Wounded during the Battle of Chickamauga Georgia
1864: Colonel of 1st Kentucky Cavalry Regiment detached
1865: Colonel of Chenoweth's Kentucky Cavalry Partisan Rangers
Occupation after War:
Attorney in Montgomery Alabama, Kentucky & Bonham Texas
Kentucky State Senator
Texas State Representative
Judge in the State of Texas
1885 – 1888: Auditor of the United States Treasury Department
Publisher of Bonham Daily Favorite Newspaper in Texas
Superintendent of Texas State Confederate Home in Austin Texas

Died: June 2, 1909
Place of Death: Elks Home Bedford Virginia
Age at time of Death: 68 years old
Burial Place: Harrodsburg Cemetery Harrodsburg Kentucky
by Rob (#47382248)


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