{⋆★⋆} BG Brevard, Theodore W.

Theodore Washington Brevard Jr.

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Born: August 26, 1835

Birthplace: Tuskegee, Alabama

Father: Theodorus Washington Brevard 1804 – 1877
(Buried: Machpelah Presbyterian Church, Lincolnton, North Carolina)​

Mother: Caroline Elizabeth Mays 1811 – 1892
(Buried: Machpelah Presbyterian Church, Lincolnton, North Carolina)​

Wife: Mary Jane Laura Call 1835 – 1920
(Buried: Saint John's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Tallahassee, Florida)​

Children:

Caroline Mays Brevard 1860 – 1920​
(Buried: Saint John's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Tallahassee, Florida)​
Richard Call Brevard 1861 – 1913​
(Buried: Saint John's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Tallahassee, Florida)​
Ellen Kirkman Brevard 1864 – 1864​
(Buried: Machpelah Presbyterian Church, Lincolnton, North Carolina)​
Mary Call Brevard 1866 – 1867​
(Buried: Call Family Cemetery, Tallahassee, Florida)​
Jane Kirkman Brevard Darby 1868 – 1932​
(Buried: St. John’s Episcopal Church, Tallahassee, Florida)​
Alice Brevard Gwynn 1869 – 1892​
(Buried: St. John’s Episcopal Church, Tallahassee, Florida)​
Ephraim Mays Brevard 1873 – 1874​
(Buried: Call Family Cemetery, Tallahassee, Florida)​

Education:

Studied law at University of Virginia​

Occupation before War:

1858 – 1859: Florida State Representative​
1860 – 1861: Major, Adjutant and Inspector General of Florida​

Civil War Career:

Helped organize the 11th Florida Infantry Regiment​
Captain of Company D 2nd Florida Infantry Regiment​
1862: Served in the Siege of Yorktown, Virginia​
1862: Served in the Battle of Williamsburg, Virginia​
Lt. Colonel of 2nd​ Florida Partisan Rangers​
1863: Served in the Skirmishes around Jacksonville, Florida​
1864: Served in the Battle of Olustee, Florida​
1864: Served in the Battle of Cold Harbor, Virginia​
1864: Served in the Battle of Weldon Road, Virginia​
1864 – 1865: Colonel of 11th Florida Infantry Regiment
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1864: Served in the First Battle of Ream’s Station, Virginia​
1864: Served in the Battle of Globe Tavern, Virginia​
1865: Served in the Battle of Hatcher’s Run Virginia​
1865: Acted as Brigadier General of Confederate Army Infantry​
1865: Brigadier General of Confederate Army Infantry never received​
1865: Captured during the Battle of Saylor's Creek, Virginia​

Occupation after War:

1865 – 1866: Florida State Senator​

Died: June 20, 1882

Place of Death: Tallahassee, Florida

Age at time of Death: 46 years old

Burial Place: Saint John's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Tallahassee, Florida
 
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