Catlett Station, Virginia Page3
Photos/text this page courtesy of Craig Swain, Leesburg, VA
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(January 2008) Enlarge After the action, wounded from both sides were taken to Greenwich, where Charles Green assisted both sides. The Greenwich Presbyterian Church is one of the few "old" buildings of Greenwich

(January 2008) Enlarge The grave of Captain Bradford Smith Hoskins is in the graveyard of the Church. Hoskins was an Englishman and had served in the Crimean War and in several Italian campaigns prior to joining Mosby's Rangers. He was mortally wounded near Grapewood Farm, and was initially cared for by Charles Green. Green himself was an Englishman, and flew the Union Jack over his home in Greenwich as a sign of neutrality



(January 2008) Enlarge Graves of unknown soldiers on the grounds of the old Vint Hill Farms military installation. No details are offered other than "known only to God"


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