Monday, July 11, 2011

4th VA Inf battle flag - The real one



4th VA Inf. Battle flag - Captured May 12, 1864 at Spotsylvania - Bloody Angle

Picture taken at the Confederate Museum, Richmond, VA by Dave Wright

1 comment:

  1. Just curious - why is this flag called the "real" flag? I assume this is a replacement for the one captured by the 14th Connecticut at Gettysburg. My great grandfather was 2nd Lt David Tobias Robinson, 4th Virginia, Co E, the Montgomery Highlanders. He was wounded and captured at Culp's Hill om July 3, 1863, exchanged on August 25, 1863, returned to his unit and was at Appomattox for the surrender.

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