The men who rode with Mosby were highly successful on the battlefield and for many, the same intelligence, courage, innovation and imagination they used to win acclaim as warriors carried over to their careers after the war. "Mosby's Rangers: A Legacy of Success" details the lives and accomplishments of thirty-three of those men. In that very remarkable group of thirty-three, "A Legacy of Success" describes how those Mosby Rangers went on to make their mark as lawyers, doctors, ministers, law enforcement officers and millionaires. Multiple photographs of the men are included.
Profiles include:(Lawyers) - John Henry Alexander, George Baylor, David Stone Briscoe, James "Jimmy" Vass Chilton, James Keith, John Singleton Mosby, Stephen Cowling Perrow, Henry Malcolm Withers, Daniel Giraud Wright; (Doctors) - Dr. Lawrence Stirling Alexander, Dr. Boswell Preston Anderson, Dr. Lawrence Ashton, Dr. William Logan Dunn, Dr. Charles Albert "Ab" Fox, Dr. Briscoe Baldwin Ranson, Dr. William Garland Smith, Dr. James Richard Sowers, Dt. Zachariah Turner Sowers, Dr. John Samuel Waggaman, Dr. James Girard Wiltshire; (Ministers) - REV. William Henry Atwill, REV. William Franklin Ball, REV. Frederick William Claybrook, REV. Franklin Howard Kerfoot, REV. Edwin "Ned" Bridges Snead; (Law Enforcement) - James Monroe Barbee, James Richardson Brent, John Cromwell Orrick, Jr., Wallace Norman Tansill; (Millionaires) - Joseph Bryan, Charles Edward Conrad, William George Conrad, Charles "Broadway" Rouss.
Author: Eric W. Buckland Pages:304 (Soft Cover)