Early, Jubal Anderson, 1816-1894

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Birth 1816-11-03
Death 1894-03-02
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Confederate general.

From the description of Autograph manuscript : [n.p., n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270742671

James Barron Hope was born 23 March 1829 in Norfolk, Virginia. He was the grandson of James Barron and son of Wilton and Jane A. (Barron) Hope. James Barron Hope graduated from the College of William and Mary. He practiced law and was commonwealth's attorney for Norfolk. He married Anne Beverley Whiting. The couple had two daughters, Jane A. Barron (Janey Barron Marr) and Nanny Hope. Hope is known primarily for his poetry, serving as the official poet of the 250th anniversary of the Jamestown settlement. He published several volumes of writings and also edited newspapers. Hope died in 1887.

From the guide to the James Barron Hope Papers (I), 1790-1965., (Special Collections, Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary)

U.S. and Confederate Army officer, lawyer, and state legislator of Virginia.

From the description of Jubal Anderson Early papers, 1829-1930. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980079

Jubal A. Early (1816-1894) was a Confederate general in the Civil War. He was born in Franklin County, Virginia, and a Lynchburg, Virginia, resident most of his life. In 1866, he published  A Memoir of the Last Year of the War for Independence in the Confederate States of America .

From the guide to the Jubal A. Early Letter, 1872, (Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.)

Jubal Anderson Early (1816-1894) was a Confederate general during the Civil War and lawyer from Virginia. He fought at Gettysburg, Antietam, Bull Run, and numerous other battles, serving under Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee. After the end of the war, Early fled to Canada, returning to Lynchburg, Va., in 1869, a year after being pardoned by President Andrew Johnson. Early resumed his law career and led the Lost Cause Movement in the South.

From the guide to the Jubal A. Early Letter 2009-268., January 2, 1878, (Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin)

Lawyer, Confederate general.

From the description of Jubal Early : Letter, 1892 June 5. (Filson Historical Society, The). WorldCat record id: 49218030

General of the Southern Confederacy.

From the description of Jubal Anderson Early autograph, circa 1864. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 639465201

Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early was born in Franklin County, Virginia, on November 3, 1816. He served as a Confederate brigade and divisional commander during the Civil War. He fled to Mexico after the war, but returned in 1869 to practice law and work with General P.G.T. Beauregard in the Louisiana Lottery. He died on March 2, 1894, in Lynchburg, Virginia.

From the description of Jubal A. Early papers, 1888-1893. (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 70271324

Confederate brigadier general and postwar Southern partisan.

From the description of Autograph sentiment, January 22, 1887; 1895. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 443082218

U.S. Army officer, lawyer, Confederate general, and president of the Southern Historical Society, from Virginia.

From the description of Papers, 1846-1889. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19406285

Jubal Anderson Early was born in Franklin County, Va. 3 November 1876. He graduated at United States Military Academy in 1837. He resigned from the army, studied law and practiced. He served in the Virginia General Assembly and in the Mexican War. He opposed secession. He was a colonel of the 24th Virginia Infantry. Rose to lieutenant-general and was defeated at Wincester, Fishers Hill, and Cedar Creek. He was employed by the Louisiana lottery and practiced law in Lynchburg. Wrote A Memoir of the Last Year of the War for Independence in the Confederate States of America (1866). He remained unreconstructed and died on 2 March 1894.

From the description of Jubal Early papers, 1863-1890. (College of William & Mary). WorldCat record id: 22723034

Jubal Anderson Early, born November 3, 1816, Franklin County, Virginia, graduated from West Point in 1837. Fought against Seminoles in Florida and in the Mexican War. Beginning in 1861 fought in all major battles of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia eventually commanding the 2nd Corps. In 1864 sent to the Shenandoah Valley where he fought until 1865 (crossing the Potomac River and moving on Washington, D.C. in July 1864) when he was removed from command by Lee. After the war left the United States and did not return until 1869 when he resumed his law practice.

Alexander Swift ("Sandie") Pendleton, born near Alexandria, Virginia, September 28, 1840. Son of Episcopalian minister and later Confederate general William Nelson Pendleton. Enrolled at the University of Virginia when the Civil War started, and soon thereafter joined Stonewall Jackson's staff. Continued to serve after Jackson's death under Richard Ewell and later with Jubal Early. Mortally wounded at the Battle of Fisher's Hill, he died September 23, 1864.

From the description of Letter to Col. A.S. Pendleton, 25 April 1864. 1864. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 57927921

Jubal Anderson Early (1816-1894) was a Confederate general during the Civil War and lawyer from Virginia.

He fought at Gettysburg, Antietam, Bull Run, and numerous other battles, serving under Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee. After the end of the war, Early fled to Canada, returning to Lynchburg, Va., in 1869, a year after being pardoned by President Andrew Johnson. Early resumed his law career and led the Lost Cause Movement in the South.

From the description of Early, Jubal Anderson, letter, January 2, 1878 (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 472468477

Jubal Anderson Early, born November 3, 1816, Franklin County, Virginia, graduated from West Point in 1837. Fought against Seminoles in Florida and in the Mexican War. Beginning in 1861 fought in all major battles of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia eventually commanding the 2nd Corps. In 1864 sent to the Shenandoah Valley where he fought until 1865 (crossing the Potomac River and moving on Washington, D.C. in July 1864) when he was removed from command by Lee. After the war left the United States and did not return until 1869 when he resumed his law practice.

Alexander Swift ("Sandie") Pendleton, born near Alexandria, Virginia, September 28, 1840. Son of Episcopalian minister and later Confederate general William Nelson Pendleton. Enrolled at the University of Virginia when the Civil War started, and soon thereafter joined Stonewall Jackson's staff. Continued to serve after Jackson's death under Richard Ewell and later with Jubal Early. Mortally wounded at the Battle of Fisher's Hill, he died September 23, 1864.

From the description of Letter to Col. A. S. Pendleton [manuscript], 1864 April 25. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647961004

Biographical Note

  • 1816, Nov. 3: Born, Rocky Mount, Va.
  • 1837: Graduated, United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.
  • 1837 - 1838 : Officer, Third Artillery, United States Army Served in Seminole Wars
  • 1838: Resigned, United States Army
  • 1840: Admitted to the bar of Virginia
  • 1846 - 1848 : Major, First Virginia Regiment, United States Army Served in Mexican War
  • 1861: Colonel, Confederate States of America Army Organized volunteers in Lynchburg, Va.
  • 1862: Wounded, Battle of Williamsburg, Va.
  • 1863: Promoted to major general
  • 1864: Conducted operations in Maryland and near Washington, D.C.
  • 1865: Moved to Mexico
  • 1865 - 1869 : Lived in Canada
  • 1866: Published A Memoir of the Last Year of the War of Independence, in the Confederate States of America. Toronto: Lovell & Gibson
  • 1870: Resumed law practice, Lynchburg, Va.
  • 1877: Commissioner, Louisiana lottery
  • 1894, Mar. 2: Died, Lynchburg, Va.

From the guide to the Jubal Anderson Early Papers, 1829-1930, (Manuscript Division Library of Congress)

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Subjects:

  • Generals--19th century--Autographs
  • Local/Regional History
  • Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)
  • Gettysburg, Battle of, Gettysburg, Pa., 1863
  • Maryland Campaign, 1864
  • Bull Run, 1st Battle of, Va., 1861
  • Dueling--Virginia
  • University Archives
  • Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College
  • Spotsylvania Court House, Battle of, Va., 1864
  • American poetry--19th century
  • Wilderness, Battle of the, Va., 1864
  • Generals--Correspondence
  • Bull Run, 2nd Battle of, Va., 1862
  • Malvern Hill, Battle of, Va., 1862
  • Practice of law
  • Mine Run Campaign, Va., 1863
  • Railroads
  • Cold Harbor, Battle of, Va., 1864
  • Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 1864 (May--August)
  • Lotteries
  • Antietam, Battle of, Md., 1862
  • Gettysburg Campaign, 1863
  • Combat--Physiological aspects--History--Sources
  • Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 1862
  • Lynchburg, Battle of, Lynchburg, Va., 1864
  • Practice of law--Virginia
  • Civil war
  • Cedar Creek, Battle of, Va., 1864
  • Williamsburg, Battle of, Williamsburg, Va., 1862
  • Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 1864 (August--November)
  • Lotteries--Louisiana
  • Mexican War, 1846-1848
  • Monocacy, Battle of, Md., 1864

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  • Poets, American--19th century--Correspondence
  • Legislators--Virginia
  • Soldiers--United States
  • Army officers, Confederate
  • Lawyers

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