You Are bidding on a RARE Leesburg Virginia CONFEDERATE ID'd Photo
- A 2 Pistol Armed Officer Named 1st Lieutenant Henry Heaton
- Heaton was born in 1834 -Served with Company D 43rd Battalion Virginia Cavalry
- He lived at Woodgrove Mansion In Loudoun County Virginia
- Lt. Henry Heaton was part of the famed "ROGERS' COMPANY" before the Civil War
- Lt. Henry Heaton also served as an aide on General Jubal Anderson Early's staff.
- CSA Officer / Soldier CDV Photo
- LOUDOUN County Virginia
- The Entries from the book shown in the last pictures are not included in this auction.
- The Loudon Light Artillery was organized in 1859 as part of the Virginia militia
- They entered Confederate service in July, 1861.
- After fighting in the Battle of First Manassas, the Company served with the Army of
- Northern Virginia until after the Maryland Campaign
- In October of 1861 the company was ordered to disband, and 61 men were
- transferred to the Morris Light Artillery .....and 28 men to the Orange Battery.
Captains Patrick H. Clark and Abram Wimbish were in command.
- CDV Measures about 4" by 2 3/8"
- Good Condition for Age
- Corners are Dinged
- Old Typewritten Location Identification on Bottom and part back as seen here
- Clearly Identified in pencil on Reverse Top
- Any Stains As Seen
- Photo Fairly Clear for age and Handling
- Photo retouched (by photographer?) For hair and beard as seen
- Any other condition or other issues as pictured
- Please see photos for all details & Best Depiction of Condition
- And Please view all photos on a large computer screen, not just on your phone - Thanks
- No Reserve!
- Calculated Shipping in the continental USA
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An Important and Rare Maryland Confederate Civil War Estate Find