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Lilburn Taliferro Pasley

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1844 - 1836
Co. D, 2nd Va. Cavalry

Born on 17 October 1844 in Franklin County, Lilburn was the son of William and common-law wife, Temperance (Dillon) Pasley. His siblings were: Augustus Daniel, Jerome, Mary Louise and Sarah Elizabeth. William was first married to Elizabeth Dillon and had two sons, William and Robert. The family lived in the Scruggs area where William farmed and owned a distillery. William and two of his brothers, Solomon and Robert served in the War of 1812.

Lilburn’s brothers, Augustus and Jerome, both enlisted on 20 May 1861 in Co. D, 2nd Virginia Cavalry. Brother Robert enlisted on 29 May 1861 in Co. E, 58th Virginia Infantry but would later transfer to Co. B, 2nd Virginia Cavalry. Lilburn, at the age of 19, enlisted on 1 January 1864 in Co. D, 2nd Virginia Cavalry, Wickams Brigade, Fitzhugh Lee’s Division. During the Wilderness Campaign (May 1864) Lilburn was shot in the thigh. He returned to battle and was again wounded in Front Royal on 21 September 1864. He was shot through the hip which rendered him “crippled” for the remainder of his life. Brother Jerome was also wounded twice, once on 20 August 1864 at Charleston, West Virginia and again on 20 September 1864 at Front Royal.

After the war, Lilburn (also called “Mountain”) married his first cousin, Julia Frances Dillon on 14 April 1870. She was born on 8 January 1851, the daughter of Robert and Martha Dillon. Lilburn and Julia would have nine children: Eppa Lee; Mary Elizabeth; Robert Elsworth; William Harvey; Martha Victoria Belle; John Wilton (died before age one); Thomas Lucas, died at age one; Montour Harris and Florence May. Sometime between 1877 and 1879 Lilburn moved his family to Calloway County, Missouri where the last four of his children were born.

Julia died in Audrian County, Missouri on 15 October 1915 and Lilburn died 18 July 1936 in Sikeston, Missouri. He was 93 years old.

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