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Brigadier General Edward Aylesworth Perry, Staff, P. A. C. S.

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Brigadier General Edward Aylesworth Perry, CSA (Florida State Archives)Brigadier General Edward Aylesworth Perry, CSA (Florida State Archives)

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 Date Event Location Rank Unit  
  March 15, 1831 Born Richmond, MA Detail
  February 1, 1859 Married Detail
  May 25, 1861 Enlisted Pensacola, FL Captain Company A, 2nd Florida Infantry Detail
  May 11, 1862 Elected Colonel Staff, 2nd Florida Infantry Detail
  June 30, 1862 Wounded Glendale, VA Detail
  Furloughed Detail
  August 28, 1862 Appointed Brigadier General Staff, P. A. C. S. Detail
  June 1863 Absent Comments have been posted about this event. Detail
  Late 1863 Returned Detail
  May 6, 1864 Wounded Wilderness, VA Detail
  Retired Alabama Detail
  October 15, 1889 Died Kerrville, TX Detail
  Interred St. John's Cemetery, Pensacola, FL Detail

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Page 319 -- Roll Soldiers of Florida, Miscellaneous
Page 319 -- Roll Soldiers of Florida, Miscellaneous
 

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Letter of  Edward Aylesworth Perry to John Milton on September 29, 1862
Series 32, John Milton Letterbooks, Folder #4, p. 490 (photocopy), Florida State Archives

Head Quarters, 2nd Fla. Reg Near Winchester, Va His Excellency John Milton Sept. 29th 1862 Governor of Fla Sir I was wounded at the battle of Fraziers farm July 31st, and during my absence from the Regt, your communication of the 31st July came, and the Commanding officer did not open it but left it with the baggage in Richmond. When I rejoined my Regiment and learned that a communication had come from the Executive of Florida, I took measures to have it brought to me. We have been so constantly on the move, it did not overtake me until yesterday. I make this explanation that...

Letter of  Edward Aylesworth Perry to John Milton on October 18, 1862
Series 32, John Milton Letterbooks, Folder #4, p. 492 (photocopy), Florida State Archives

Head Quarters 2nd Fla. Reg September 29th 1862 Total and aggregate Report of the Officers and Soldiers reported as belonging to the Regiment this day Co. A. Capt. Ballantine Total 61 Agg 63 “ B. “ Williams “ 44 “ 47 “ C. “ Moore “ 31 “ 34 “ D. “ Musgrove “ 27 “ 31 “ E. “ McCaslain “ 44 “ 46 “ F. “ Pooser “ 51 “ 54 “ G. “ Flagg “ 39 “ 42 “ H. “ Moseley...

Letter of  Edward Aylesworth Perry to John Milton on December 18, 1862
Series 32, John Milton Letterbooks, Folder #4, p. 538 (photocopy), Florida State Archives

Hd Qrs Perrys Brigade Near Fredericksburg Va December 18th, 1862 His Excellency John Milton Governor of Florida I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt through Capt. L’Engle of your letter of the 10th November and the beautiful “Battle Flag” furnished by you and wrought by the fair daugh ters of Tallahassee for the 2nd Florida Regiment. Be assured Sir that I share the pride felt by that gallant Regiment at receiving at your hands so rich a token of the Estimation in which the 2d Fla is held by our Executive and the fair ladies of our state for whose protection...

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Petersburg, Virginia, became the setting for the longest siege in American history when General Ulysses S. Grant failed to capture Richmond in the spring of 1864. Grant settled in to subdue the Confederacy by surrounding Petersburg and cutting off General Robert E. Lee's supply lines into Petersburg and Richmond. On April 2, 1865, nine-and-one-half months after the siege began, Lee evacuated Petersburg.

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  • CaptainBob.  Brigadier General Edward Aylesworth Perry, Staff, P. A. C. S. is of unknown relation to  CaptainBob . CaptainBob writes: "My association to Edward Aylesworth Perry is by name, Robert Aylesworth. I am a multi generation Floridian. The name Aylesworth is of English origin coming to North America through Canada in the 18th century. All Aylesworths' are related. "
  • JohnAPerry.  Brigadier General Edward Aylesworth Perry, Staff, P. A. C. S. is JohnAPerry 's related through our perry family in the usa and canada. i am a new zealander..

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