Jubal Early

Jubal Anderson Early

  • American


Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1816/11/03 Born in Franklin County, Virginia Born Jubal A Early House Boones Mill
1864/06/00 Confederate forces under the command of Lt General Jubal Early build a square earthen fort as part of the outer defenses of Lynchburg. Confederate Lt General Fort Early and Jubal Early Monument Lynchburg Battle of Lynchburg
1864/07/09 Lew Wallace and 5800 Union soldiers battle 15000 Confederate soldiers led by General Jubal Early Confederate Lt General Monocacy National Battlefield Frederick, MD Battle of Monocacy
1864/07/11 Attacking Confederate troops under the leadership of General Jubal Early camp at Silver Spring, Maryland and near today's Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Confederate Lt General Jesup Blair Mansion Silver Spring Battle of Fort Stevens
1864/07/11 Attacking Confederate troops under the leadership of General Jubal Early camp at Silver Spring, Maryland and near today's Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Confederate Lt General Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) Historic District Washington, DC Battle of Fort Stevens
1864/07/11 Jubal Early's 4,000 cavalry and artillerymen harass the Federal line for miles in either direction. 10,000 infantrymen and 40 cannon, and his skirmishers forced the Federal pickets back into the fortifications. Confederate Lt General Fort Stevens Washington, DC Battle of Fort Stevens
1864/10/19 Confederate Lt Gen Jubal Early launches a surprise attack against the encamped army of Union Maj Gen Philip Sheridan, across Cedar Creek, northeast of Strasburg, Virginia. Confederate Lt General Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park Virginia Battle of Cedar Creek
1894/03/02 Dies in Lynchburg, Virginia Died Lynchburg Virginia
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