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Company D, Fairfax Rifles



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Meet the 17th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Co. D, "Fairfax Rifles"
Living History Society

Fairfax Rifles at New Market
Some of the Fairfax Rifles at the New Market Battlefield on May 15, 2010:
(Standing, L - R) Capt. Chris Hoehne, Cpl. Brian McDonald, Pvt. Brian Whitenton, Pvt. Dale Saxby, Pvt. Rod Saunders, and Cpl. Jim Stevenson. (Kneeling, L - R) 1st Sgt. Bill Lacy, Pvt. Marshall Whitenton, Sgt. Steve Wolfsberger, Pvt. Sydney Larkin, Color Sgt. Rudy Segaar, and Drummer Evan Hunsberger. Click photo for larger image in new window.

Book: History of the Seventeenth Virginia Infantry, C. S. A. by George Wise of Company H (1870)

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17th Battle Flag
A restored 17th Virginia Infantry Battle Flag

17th Virginia Flag
An original 17th Virginia Infantry State Flag
Both of these flags are in a collection of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

Our Brochure with Membership Applications for 17th VA and PACS, and the 2nd Regiment Safety Guidelines Form
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Veterans of the Seventeenth Virginia Infantry

Appomattox unveiling
Unveiling of "Appomattox" May 24, 1889. The statue was erected in memory of the Confederate dead of Alexandria, Virginia by their surviving comrades. This photograph is the Confederate Monument Committee. Click photo for the entire image, larger in new window.

Hat plate associated with the Old Dominion Rifles (Co. H)

Owned by John G. Hall found off Nine Mile Road, Richmond, VA in the early 1980s. Another one can be seen on page 15 of
Don Troiani's Regiments and Uniforms of the Civil War.

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Corse and the 17th
This image was created for us by our friend, Jay Vogel.

Jack Maples

It is sad to announce the April 11, 2013 passing of our great friend, Jack Maples, AKA General Montgomery Dent Corse.
You will be missed by all who knew you. Rest In Peace.

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Inf. Regt. Site Award

Fairfax Parade
March Unit
Color Guard
Fourteen Year Winner
FIRST PLACE
Adult Marching Unit
2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, and 2011.

 Proud Member
2nd Regiment,
1st Legion, PACS
(Provisional Army of
Confederate States)

REGIMENTAL COLOR COMPANY



Order of Merit Award



Third Place

Historical Units

GWB Parade Patch
FIRST PLACE
Historical Units

GW Parade Patch
Third Place
Historical Units
2008: FIRST PLACE • 2009: Second Place

CWI 4-Star Award  
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Ruritan Award
Haymarket Day 2002
Ruritan Parade
Haymarket, VA

Grimes Battery Award

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