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Iron Cross Dedication for James Lacy Price

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On Saturday, November 5, 2011, members of the Appomattox United Daughters of the Confederacy, along with the Appomattox Rangers Court House Sons of the Confederate Veterans met at Bethlehem Presbyterian Church, Charlotte Court House, Virginia to present the Iron Cross to Private James Lacy Price, denoting his service to the Confederate Army. Jimmy enlisted as a Private in the Red House Volunteers 21st Regiment, Company A, on June 20, 1861. The 21st was organized in April 1861 and was assigned to Gillham's Brigade of Loring's Division. Some of the battles that the Red House Volunteers engaged in were the Battle of Franklin, Malvern Hill, Cedar Mountain, The Wilderness, Gettysburg, and Cold Harbor. The Red House Volunteers surrended with the Army of Northern Virginia on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Court House. Jimmy was wounded on August 9, 1862 at Cedar Mountain with gunshot wounds to his right hand, left shoulder and pelvis and was assigned to light duty until retirement from the Army in April 1864. Following his retirement he returned home to Madisonville to farm and be with his widowed mother. Jimmy and his brother Richard Collier attended the 50th Anniversary of  the Battle of Gettysburg. Jimmy was born October 24, 1842 at Maple Grove, the family homeplace, one of four brothers to serve in the Confederacy. He married Mary Daniel and had one daughter. James died October 18, 1926 and is buried at Bethlehem Presbyterian Church. Jimmy is an ancestor of Louise Price Adams and Carol Adams Williams of the Appomattox Chapter UDC.  

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Carol Williams- Great great niece

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Louise Price Adams- Great niece