Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1862/09/17 Robert E Lee commands the 38000-man Army of Northern Virginia Confederate Commander Antietam National Battlefield Sharpsburg, MD Battle of Antietam
1862/09/28 Invited by Adam Stephen Dandridge II, General Wade Hampton and General Fitzhugh Lee arrive at The Bower, encamping in a nearby oak grove. Guest The Bower Leetown
1864/05/24 Led by Major Gen Fitzhugh Lee, 2500 Confederate cavalry attack Fort Pocahontas. His force is repulsed by the 1,100 or so USCTs under the command of Gen Edward A Wild. Casualties numbered over 100 for the Confederates and about 20 for the Union. Confederate Commander Fort Pocahontas Charles City, VA Battle of Wilson's Wharf
1897/12/00 Fearing for the safety of Americans in Cuba, US Consul Fitzhugh Lee request a warship to be station in Key West in case of violent unrest. US Consul-general Spanish-American War
1905/04/28 Exposition president, Fitzhugh Lee, dies at the Providence Hospital in Washington from an attack of apoplexy and paralysis with which he was stricken early this morning while traveling by rail from Boston to Washington in interest of Jamestown Exposition. Died Jamestown Exposition
1905/05/04 Fitzhugh Lee is buried at Hollywood Cemetery. Final Resting Place Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond Richmond
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