Hill, Ambrose, GEN

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Last Rank
CSA General (Staff)
Primary Unit
1864-1865, 1st Confederate Infantry
Service Years
1847 - 1865
CSA General (Staff)

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This Military Service Page was created/owned by Kevin Ruhl (Top)-Family to remember Hill, Ambrose, GEN.

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Casualty Info
Home Town
Not Specified
Last Address

Casualty Date
Apr 02, 1865
Hostile, Died of Wounds
Gun, Small Arms Fire
Civil War
Location of Interment
Not Specified
Wall/Plot Coordinates
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 Official Badges 

CSA Southern Cross

 Unofficial Badges 

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 Unit Assignments
Army Operating UnitsConfederate States Army
  1847-1850, Field Artillery Units
  1855-1860, US Army
  1861-1862, Confederate States Army
  1863-1863, Confederate States Army
  1863-1865, Confederate States Army
  1864-1865, 1st Confederate Infantry
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1846-1848 The Mexican-American War
  1855-1858 Third Seminole War
  1861-1861 Bull Run Campaign (1861)/First Battle of Bull Run
  1862-1862 Seven Days Battles June 25 to July 1 1862/Battle of Glendale/White Oak Swamp June 30 1862
  1862-1862 Antietam Campaign (1862)/Battle of Antietam 16 to 18 September 1862
  1862-1862 Seven Days Battles June 25 to July 1 1862/Battle of Glendale/White Oak Swamp June 30 1862
  1862-1862 Fredericksburg Campaign (1862)/Battle of Fredericksburg 11 to 15 December 1862
  1863-1863 Gettysburg Campaign (1863)/Battle of Gettysburg
  1864-1865 Civil War/Petersburg Campaign (1864-65)
 Colleges Attended 
United States Military Academy
  1843-1847, United States Military Academy
 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
1847-1861 USA
1861-1865 CSA
Fort A.P. Hill, named after Hill is located in Caroline County, Virginia about halfway between Washington, D. C. and Richmond, Va

During World War II, the United States Navy named a Liberty Ship the SS A. P. Hill in his honor.

His sword is on display at the Chesterfield County Museum in Chesterfield, Va.
 Military Association Memberships
Civil War Fallen
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