Waller T. Patton nació en Fredericksburg, Virginia, en una familia muy conocida. Fue nombrado por el gobernador de Virginia , Littleton Waller Tazewell . Su padre, John Mercer Patton , miembro del Consejo de Estado, se desempeñó como gobernador interino en marzo de 1841.
Waller T. Patton was born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, into a well-known family.He was named for the Governor of Virginia, Littleton Waller Tazewell.His father, John Mercer Patton, a member of the Council of State, served as Acting Governor in March 1841.
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El coronel Waller T. Patton, del 7.º de Virginia. Tras la guerra, Kemper volvió a ejercer como abogado y fue gobernador de Virginia, pero había sido imposible extraerle la bala del abdomen y sufrió graves dolores durante toda su vida. Aun así, puede decirse que tuvo suerte.
Waller T. Patton was a Colonel in the 7 th Virginia Regiment of the Army of Northern Virginia. He was mortally wounded during Pickett’s Charge on July 3 rd, 1863, when a piece of artillery shrapnel removed much of his jaw. He was brought to the Pennsylvania College Hospital (now known as Pennsylvania Hall at Gettysburg College), where he ...
15 de ene. de 2020 · Hugh Mercer Patton (1841-1916) served as adjutant to Waller T. Patton's 7th Virginia before transferring to John Cooke's brigade staff; James French Patton (1843-1882) was a Lieutenant in George S. Patton Sr.'s 22nd Virginia, and after the war went into law before dying of heart disease at just 38 (his brother George died on his 21st birthday); and William MacFarland Patton (1845-1905) a cadet ...
General Patton and Arcturus Patton came from a military family, his ancestors included General Hugh Mercer of the American Revolution. His great uncle, Waller T. Patton, died of wounds received in Pickett’s Charge during the Battle of Gettysburg. John M. Patton and Isaac Patton, also his great uncles, were colonels in the Confederate States Army.