Williams Carter Wickham
Williams Carter Wickham (September 21, 1820 – July 23, 1888) was a lawyer, judge, politician, and an important Confederate cavalry general who fought in the Virginia campaigns during the American Civil War. After the war, he held various political posts and was the President of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway company.

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Williams Carter Wickham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Williams Carter Wickham (September 21, 1820 – July 23, 1888) was a lawyer, judge, politician, and an important Confederate cavalry general who fought in the  ...
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Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888) - Freepages - Ancestry.com
Virginia planter Williams Carter Wickham was strongly opposed to Secession, but found himself overruled by his kinsmen. Volunteering for military service, ...
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Williams Carter Wickham (1820 - 1888) - Find A Grave Memorial
Jul 16, 2000 ... Birth: Sep. 21, 1820. Death: Jul. 23, 1888. Civil War Confederate Brigadier General. Prior to the Civil War, he served as a member of the ...
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Confederate General Williams Carter Wickham ‹ Fan of the Fan
May 15, 2013 ... Confederate General Williams Carter Wickham · Shockoe Examiner has some background on the 1891 statue of Confederate General Williams ...
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Col Williams Carter Wickham
Confederate (CSA). Colonel. Williams Carter Wickham. (1820 - 1888) Home State: Virginia Command Billet: Commanding Regiment Branch of Service: Cavalry
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General Williams Carter Wickham in Monroe Park | Richmond On ...
Jan 23, 2010 ... The General Williams Carter Wickham in Richmond's Monroe Park is a 7 foot high standing bronze figure mounted on a 10 foot high granite ...
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Wickham Family Papers, 1754-1977 - University of Virginia
Also contains letterbooks, 1877-1881, of Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888) as a Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company official and Republican Party ...
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CSA Brigadier General Williams Carter Wickham - Woodbridge Patch
Sep 11, 2013 ... He is a ancestor of my Great Great Grandfathers going back several centuries and carries the moto of Bishop of Winchester Wiliam Wyekham ...
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CDV of Gen. R.E. Lee Given by Lee to the Wife of Gen. Wickham
Ann Wickham, mother of Gen. Williams Carter Wickham, was the cousin of Robert E. Lee; apparently, Lee sent his image to his cousin, via Gen. Wickham – ...
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Rare “Aunt Betsy” Portrait Bolsters Valentine | News and Features ...
Mar 10, 2010 ... That's because the subject was a slave owned by Williams Carter Wickham, grandson of John Wickham, the original owner of the 1812 Federal ...
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Williams Carter Wickham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Williams Carter Wickham (September 21, 1820 – July 23, 1888) was a lawyer, ... Wickham was graduated from the University of Virginia and was admitted to the ...
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Virginia planter Williams Carter Wickham was strongly opposed to Secession, ... Williams attended the University of Virginia and was admitted to the bar in 1842.
Col Williams Carter Wickham
W. C. Wickham. Confederate (CSA). Colonel. Williams Carter Wickham. (1820 - 1888) ... College: University of Virginia Graduating Year: 1842. Death Date: ...
Wickham Family Papers - University of Virginia
A Guide to the Wickham Family Papers, 1754-1977 William Fanning Wickham ( 1793-1880), "Hickory Hill," Hanover County, Va. Williams Carter Wickham ...
Williams Carter Wickham Letterbook, 1881-1882 - University of ...
Letterbook of Williams Carter Wickham, attorney, farmer, Virginia state ... He graduated from the University of Virginia and was admitted to the Virginia bar in ...
Confederate General Williams Carter Wickham ‹ Fan of the Fan
May 15, 2013 ... Confederate General Williams Carter Wickham · Shockoe Examiner has some background on the 1891 statue of Confederate General Williams ...
Williams Carter Wickham - Civil War Reference
Brigadier-General Williams Carter Wickham was the son of William Fanning ... 1827; was educated at the university of Virginia, and admitted to the bar in 1842.
General Williams Carter Wickham in Monroe Park | Richmond On ...
Jan 23, 2010 ... The General Williams Carter Wickham in Richmond's Monroe Park is a 7 foot high standing bronze figure mounted on a 10 foot high granite ...
Williams Carter Wickham and Crozet, Virginia | Crozet Gazette
Apr 14, 2009 ... Their first child, Williams Carter Wickham, had been born in Richmond ... the University of Virginia, W. C. Wickham entered law practice in 1842.
Williams Carter Wickham's Statue - West Milford Photo Album - Topix
Jul 30, 2012 ... Williams Carter Wickham's Statue - Pictures, photos and images from ... The Wickham Papers are famous documents kept by the university.
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The Armistead Family: 1635-1910
The Armistead Family: 1635-1910
Virginia Armistead Garber, 1910
Williams Lee Carter, of Hanover, married Charlotte Fouchee ; their daughter, Charlotte Lee, married George Wickham; their daughter, Charlotte Wickham, was the first wife of W. H. F. Lee, son of General Robert E. Lee. Dr. Robert Carter, of ...
Williams Carter Wickham
Williams Carter Wickham
Jesse Russell, Ronald Cohn, 2012
Williams Carter Wickham (September 21, 1820 - July 23, 1888) was a lawyer, judge, politician, and an important Confederate cavalry general who fought in the Virginia campaigns during the American Civil War.
Letters Regarding the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
Letters Regarding the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
Edmund Fontaine, Williams Carter Wickham, 1868
Correspondents include Benjamin Johnson Barbour, Benjamin H. Magruder, Thomas Johnson Michie, and Hugh W. Sheffy.
Masters of the Big House: Elite Slaveholders of the ...
Masters of the Big House: Elite Slaveholders of the ...
William Kauffman Scarborough, 2006
Elite Slaveholders of the Mid-nineteenth-century South William Kauffman Scarborough. Baylor ... William F. Wickham to Williams Carter Wickham, May 24, 1852, in Wickham Papers, VHS; Josiah Winchester to son Francis, February 26, 1854, ...
An Illustrated Guide to Virginia’s Confederate Monuments
An Illustrated Guide to Virginia’s Confederate Monuments
Timothy S. Sedore, 2011
Williams C. Wickham, Statue 1 Monument is a bronze statue surmounting a granite plinth, base, dado, and pedestal. ... COMPANY Williams Carter Wickham SEPTEMBER 21ST 1820 JULY 23RD 1888 Williams Carter Wickham's role as ...
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General Williams Carter Wickham in Monroe Park | Richmond On The James
The General Williams Carter Wickham in Richmond's Monroe Park is a 7 foot high standing bronze figure mounted on a 10 foot high granite pedestal. The Brigadier General is portrayed in Confederate uniform complete with field-glass case. Wickham was also Vice President of the C&O Railroad.
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CSA Brigadier General Williams Carter Wickham - Speak Out - Woodbridge, NJ Patch
He is a ancestor of my Great Great Grandfathers going back several centuries and carries the moto of Bishop of Winchester Wiliam Wyekham Born c1325-14
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First Families of Virginia, Stuart’s Ride around McClellan, Rooney Lee, and General Williams Carter Wickham, CSA Ashland, Virginia was
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Rare “Aunt Betsy” Portrait Bolsters Valentine | News and Features | Style Weekly - Richmond, VA local news, arts, and events.
The image is plain, and plainly rendered: A 19th-century African-American woman in crisp, unadorned clothing stands in the center of a sunny outdoor path. She...
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Williams Carter Wickham and Crozet, Virginia | Crozet Gazette
by Phil James Seedtime is a time of faith and hope—faith in the vitality of the seed and hope that Providence will again supply the nurture through harvest time. Pleasant Green, the old Wayland homestead west of Crozet, Virginia, has witnessed an abundance of seedtimes over the past 175 (!) years. It has seen the local [...]
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Gen. Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Gen. Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888). Born and died in Richmond, VA. Member Virginia House of Delegates; member, Virginia State Senate; Confederate States general; member, Confederate Congress. Image from George S. Wallace, "Huntington Through Seventy-Five Years," privately published, Huntington, W.Va., 1947. Copyright 1947 by George Selden Wallace; no copyright renewal; copyright expired 1975; now in public domain.
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