Red Sandstone Grave Marker Of Pvt. Benjamin F. Ward

Date:
August 4, 1861

RED SANDSTONE GRAVE MARKER OF PVT. BENJAMIN F. WARD, CO. D, 7TH GEORGIA REGT., DIED AUGUST 4, 1861, OF WOUNDS RECEIVED AT FIRST MANASSAS & BURIED IN THE LEWIS FAMILY CEMETERY AT ROSEMONT. CRUDELY CARVED INSCRIPTION: B.F.WARD/_GA. AUG./_1861." PORTION OF INSCRIPTION AREA APPEARS CHIPPED AWAY ON IRREGULAR FIELD STONE." Origin: PRINCE WILLIAM, VIRGINIA.

Description (physical):

Material: Sandstone. L: 33.5, W: 30.0, T 8.0 Cm.

Location:
12521 Lee Highway Manassas, Virginia 20109
Identifier:
MANA 1233
Institution:
Manassas National Battlefield Park

Alexander, Edward Porter

Date:
July 1861
Creator:
E.P. Alexander

SKETCHED MAP TITLED: BATTLE OF BULL'S RUN (FOUGHT JULY 18TH 1861)"DRAWN IN INK BY CAPTAIN E.P. ALEXANDER, SHOWING ARTILLERY & INFANTRY POSITIONS BETWEEN MITCHELL'S & BLACKBURN'S FORDS ALONG BULL RUN. EDGES TORN, OLD FOLD MARKS, CELOPHANE TAPE APPLIED TO BACK AS REINFORCEMENT. Origin: PRINCE WILLIAM, VIRGINIA.

Description (physical):

Material: Paper. L: 19.8, W: 26.8 Cm.

Location:
12521 Lee Highway Manassas, Virginia 20109
Identifier:
MANA 1504
Institution:
Manassas National Battlefield Park