{⋆★⋆} BG -Moore, Patrick Theodore

Patrick Theodore Moore
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Born: September 22, 1821
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Birthplace: Galway Ireland

Father: John Moore

Wife: Mary Randolph Mosby 1823 – 1875
(Buried: Shockoe Hill Cemetery Richmond Virginia)

Children:

Mary Webster Moore Cowan 1853 – 1901
(Buried: Shockoe Hill Cemetery Richmond Virginia)

Kathleen Moore

Margaret "Maggie" Moore Palmer 1856 – 1902
(Buried: Shockoe Hill Cemetery Richmond Virginia)

William R. Moore

John Moore

Patrick Theodore Moore Jr. 1862 – 1903
(Buried: Shockoe Hill Cemetery Richmond Virginia)

Occupation before War:

Merchant in Richmond Virginia
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Captain in Virginia State Militia

Civil War Career:

1861: Colonel of 1st​ Virginia State Militia Regiment
1861: Colonel of 1st​ Virginia Infantry Provisional Army of Virginia
1861: Colonel of 1st​ Virginia Infantry Regiment Confederate Army
1861: Wounded in the head during the Battle of Blackburn's Ford
1861 – 1862: Aide to General Joseph E. Johnston
1861 – 1862: Aide to Lt. General James Longstreet
1862 – 1864: Colonel and Judge Advocate Confederate Army
1864: Commander of Virginia State Reserve Troops
1864 – 1865: Brigadier General of Virginia Reserve Troops
1865: Captured during the Battle of Saylor's Creek
1865: Paroled at Manchester Virginia
1865: Pardoned by the United States Government

Occupation after War:


1865 – 1883: Insurance Agent in Richmond Virginia

Died:
February 19, 1883

Place of Death: Richmond Virginia

Age at time of Death: 61 years old

Cause of Death: Pleurisy

Burial Place: Shockoe Hill Cemetery Richmond Virginia

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It was Johnston's wounding that made him transfer to Longstreet's staff in time for the Seven Days. From the summer of 1862 to the fall of 1864 Moore was engaged mainly in court-martial duty.
 
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