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Bridges Macgill

Obituary of Clifford Cabell Bridges, Ashland, Virginia.

On December 14, 1915, after an illness of two weeks, Clifford Cabell Bridges passed away at his home, in Ashland, Va., at the age of seventy years. He was known and loved for his genial, warm-hearted, and generous disposition. Mr. Bridges was a native of Richmond, Va., but, with his family, moved to Ashland about twenty years ago. He had served througout the War between the States as a member of Otey's Battery, 14th Battalion of Virginia Artillery. After the war he was for a number of years connected with the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad and other business organizations in Richmond. He was laid to rest in Hollywood Cemetery. He was married in 1870 to Miss Lizzie Ragan Macgill, daughter of Dr. Charles Macgill, surgeon C. S. A., and besides his devoted wife, he is survived by six children-four daughters and two sons.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, February, 1916.

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