Discussion RIP James I. "Bud" Robertson

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I've stated here before, but I once had the pleasure of meeting and hearing him address the Dallas, Texas Civil War Roundtable back in the 1990's - the subject: Stonewall Jackson, of course! May he RIP.
 
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He was my favorite and I love reading his books. He also wrote the Virginia regimental history book for the 4th VA Inf in which my GGGrandfather served in during the war. Bud was a legend and will be missed!
James Robertson also wrote the Virginia Regimental History book for the regiment one of my 2x great grandfathers served in, the 18th Virginia Infantry. I enjoyed his documentary work on Civil War Journal, listening to his Virginia drawl was a treat. He was also one of the foremost Stonewall Jackson scholars in existence and I hope he is sitting in a Civil War symposium in heaven now.
 
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