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Albert Gallatin Willis Grave Clean Up in

Identifier: 2016.20.3
Article by Rappahannock Historical Society President John Tole on the clean-up of the grave site of Albert Gallatin Willis. A. G. Willis was captured by Union soldiers and hung near Huntly on October 14, 1864 in retaliation for the death of a Union soldier. He is buried behind the Flint Hill Baptist Church. Signage marks the spot at which he was killed along Rt. 522.
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