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Littleberry Mosby - Family
... In 1779, Mosby married Hannah "Eliza" Scott, the daughter of General Charles Scott ... On November 23, 1789, Mosby married Mary Page Haskins ... Mosby, a lifelong Virginian, was disappointed that many of his children left the area ...
Second Dranesville - The Battle
... At the funeral near Middleburg, Mosby learned of the Federal raid and mounted the Rangers in pursuit, sending the bulk of the force under William Henry Chapman to Ball's Mill, south of Leesburg ... As the Federals bivouacked, Mosby rejoined his main body, who he had since directed to Guilford Station (present day Sterling) on the Alexandria, Loudoun and Hampshire Railroad ... Upon rejoining the Rangers Mosby led them to the pike, 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Dranesville and deployed them in three wings a dismounted squad on the ...
Littleberry Mosby - Military Service
... In October 1776, serving as a captain, Mosby led the Virginia Line company recruited at Mosby Tavern in Cumberland County, Virginia ... In April 1780, Mosby, again serving as a captain, raised a volunteer company of cavalry, which included his brother Wade as second lieutenant, and Horatio ... Records show that in 1780 and 1781 Mosby was captain of a cavalry company in service at Petersburg, Virginia ...
Mosby, Montana
... Mosby (also Half-Breed Crossing) is an unincorporated community in southwestern Garfield County, Montana, United States ... Mosby had a post office that opened on 1904-06-29 and closed on 1983-02-18, but the community still has a separate ZIP code of 59058 ...
Second Dranesville
... that took place between Confederate forces under Colonel John Mosby and Union forces under Captain James Sewall Reed east of Dranesville, Virginia in Loudoun County near present day Sterling on February 22, 1864 ... After successfully defending a raid into "Mosby's Confederacy" by Cole's Maryland Cavalry, the following day Mosby led his Rangers against a second raid by Reed ...