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LEXINGTON KY CAMP UCV COMMANDER ~ 5TH MISSOURI CAVALRY
Item #: CWB11842
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REDD SERVED IN THE 5TH MISSOURI CAVALRY, CSA
CARD IS LIGHTLY CREASED AT CENTER
Col. Richard Redd was one of six brothers who served in the Confederate Army. Each of them were well known in Lexington, KY with probably Richard being the best known.

"Stand Still, Major, My Steed, And View the Scene Of Carnage!" (Printed verso reads: "Richard Menefee Redd, Commander of The John C. Breckenridge Camp, C.S.A., is the chaplain of a community church where members of nine different denominations worship God under the same vine and fig tree, Jews, Catholics, Episcopalians, Methodists, Presbyterians, Lutherans, Baptists, Nazarenes, Christians. Our creed is 'God Is Love' as God said, 'A New Commandment I Give You, Love One Another.



Redd, Richard Menifee - Lexington, Ky. - Born in Fayette County, Ky. Entered Confederate Service summer of 1862 in Lafayette County, Mo. Private Company A, Shelby's Old Company, Gordon's Missouri Cavalry Regiment. Gen. John S. Marmaduke's escort; in all fights of Shelby's Command up to and after the Battle of Helena, Ark., July 4th, 1863. Discharged fall of 1863 on account of disability; on crutches over two years. Member John C. Breckenridge Camp No. 100, Lexington, Ky. Stock dealer.

Shipping Weight: 0.2 lb
 $50.00 USD