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Exposure Mode 0 Keywords John R. Chambliss historic marker Virginia VA attraction destination display education information landmark marker sign tourist 13th Virginia Cavalry 41st Virginia Infantry Regiment attractive Civil War David M. Gregg educating Emporia Greensville County Hicksford historical marker Historical Site Historical Sites info J. E. B. Stuart John Randolph Chambliss Place of Interest Places of Interest road side Road sign Roadside Seven Days' Campaign signage tour tourism tourist attraction Tourist Destination Tourist Destinations travel Travel Destination Travel Destinations West Point appealing no people sightseeing text South attract history nobody sightsee Jason O. Watson / word daytime destinations displays historic markers landmarks markers signs tourists appeal color image educate historic outdoor vertical 13th Virginia Cavalries 41st Virginia Infantry Regiments day historical markers road sides tourist attractions tours US colour image historical outside day time USA day-time U.S. words color images daylight outdoors U.S.A. verticals colour images natural light outsides United States United States of America historic site sign with text
Caption GRAVE OF GEN. JOHN R. CHAMBLISS, JR. Brig. Gen. John Randolph Chambliss, Jr., C.S.A., is buried just west of here. Born in Hicksford (present-day Emporia) on 23 January 1833, Chambliss graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1853. During the Civil War, he commanded the 41st Virginia Infantry Regiment in the Seven Days' campaign. He next led the 13th Virginia Cavalry and served under J. E. B. Stuart. Chambliss was killed in an engagement on the Charles City Road east of Richmond on 16 August 1864. His former West Point schoolmate, Union Brig. Gen. David M. Gregg, took charge of the body and sent it home. Department of Historic Resources, 1993