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5th Virginia Cavalry

Robert J. Driver, Jr
Books/Monographs
English
Lynchburg, Virginia : H.E. Howard, c1997
iii, 282 p. : ill., maps, ports.
1st ed
1561900982
The Virginia regimental histories series

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Bibliography: p. 271-282.

Includes rosters for the 5th Regiment (1861-1862) and the 5th Regiment (1862-1865).

The 5th Virginia Cavalry was organized in eastern Virginia in 1861. In 1862 its men were assigned to the 13th and 15th Virginia Cavalry regiments. A new 5th regiment was organized in 1862 with men from Virginia and other states. In 1864 it was consolidated with the 15th Virginia Cavalry Regiment and sometimes designated as the 5th Virginia Cavalry Regiment (Consolidated).

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