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Danville Artillery      
Company Unknown
John J Estep - Unknown   
CSA Unit: Danville Artillery and New Market Artillery. (Kinship to Norman P. Miller : 2nd Great-granduncle, Father’s side)
Contact Name:  Norman P. Miller
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Date Added:  2/1/2008
Company Unknown
Raphael Estep - Private   
CSA Unit: Enlisted as a Private on 22 April 1861 at the age of 18 in Price’s, Danville Light Artillery Regiment Virginia. Also served in New Market Artillery.
(Kinship to Norman P. Miller : Great-granduncle, Father’s side)
Contact Name:  Norman P. Miller
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Date Added:  2/1/2008
Company Unknown
George William Keesee - Sergeant   
William Keesee was mortally wounded early in the day on Sept. 17 1862 at the Battle of Sharpsburg. He was initially buried along the Hagerstown Pike but in 1873 his remains were moved to the Washington Confederate Cemetery in Hagerstown Maryland.
Contact Name:  William Keesee Gardner
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Date Added:  6/16/2009
Company Unknown
Peyton Clay Keesee - Corporal   
Peyton Keesee saw his brother William mortally wounded at Sharpsburg and assisted him to a field hospital in Sharpsburg. At some point in the time after, Peyton transferred to a calvary unit under Fitzhugh Lee. I'm not 100% certain of the unit but I believe it was the 5th VA Cavalry.
Contact Name:  William Keesee Gardner
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Date Added:  6/16/2009
Company Unknown
Timothy Knight - Private   
Was also with the New Market Artillery
Contact Name:  Robert Knight
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Date Added:  12/12/2008
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