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Wednesday, August 2, 2017
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Robertson’s Texans, memorialized on this simple plaque, roared across Warfield Ridge and over Triangular Field before reaching Devil’s Den and Houck’s Ridge behind the camera. You can tell from the well-worn path that this is a favorite walking spot. Note the rocks here and there, which certainly served to break up formation during the march.
1ST LT. WILLIAMS MILLS NUNNALLY
Born January 03, 1835 --- Died July 01, 1863 at age 28
Co. K, 13TH North Carolina Infantry
1ST Lt. Nunnally enlisted in May 1861 and was a merchant by trade. Among his records it is stated that he “exhibited the characteristics of a true gentleman and a gallant soldier.” He is buried at Greenview Cemetery, Reidsville, North Carolina. A photo can be found here.
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