She was engaged to a fellow in my regiment—killed at Appomattox.
Dandridge, Stephen A.; enlisted 1862; paroled at Appomattox.
The parting at Appomattox between Lee and his officers was most kindly, affectionate, and touching in every instance.
Simply that the South live up to the terms of the surrender at Appomattox.
It is estimated that as many as 12,000 deserted on the road to Appomattox.
My men were drawn up in the little town of Appomattox that night.
It was April of the year 1865, and Lee had already surrendered his army at Appomattox.
The parting of Lee with his soldiers at Appomattox was most pathetic.
Resting there until the 5th they resumed the march, fighting and running, until, at Appomattox they gave up and surrendered.
After the fall of Fort Fisher, it was only a few months to Appomattox.
eccentric spelling of plural of Appomattoc, name of a local subgroup of the Powhatan (Algonquian) confederacy in Virginia (first attested as Apamatic, 1607). Site of last battle for Army of Northern Virginia (CSA) in the American Civil War, and of Lee's surrender to Grant in Wilmer McLean house, April 9, 1865.