Our Reflections of Yesterday
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General James Ewell Brown Stuart
"JEB - The Military Man"
General James Ewell Brown (JEB) Stuart 1833 — 1864
James Ewell Brown Stuart was born February 6, 1833. He was the seventh child and youngest surviving son of Elizabeth Pannill and Archibald Stuart. James was raised at his mother’s knee and on the rolling hills of southwest
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The Background behind the Persona:
General JEB Stuart -
Wayne is a retired Senior NCO with the US Army. After his retirement in 1990, he started a very successful business in the Golf Industry. He worked with many different public and non profit organizations and businesses in their marketing and management services. In 2006, he closed his business and retired. He is an active SCV member and has served at Camp, Brigade, and Division Level. He has received several SCV Awards including the DSM on two different occasions.
Wayne recently Co-authored a book entitled "10 Minutes of Blind Confusion" about The Battle of Aiken. This was a study of one of the battles that was part of Sherman's March through the Carolinas in February 1865. This battle was one of the last victories of the South in the War Between the States
He has done extensive research and study on the Life and Times of Major General James Ewell Brown Stuart. He now travels and presents his personal observations, thoughts, and understandings of General JEB Stuart at Living History Presentations.
He now travels and presents his personal observations, thoughts, and understandings of General Stuart at Living History Presentations. He is part of a larger organization that is known as “Our Reflections of Yesterday”.
General and Mrs. Stuart have developed several programs that will allow them to share a period of history and the heritage that this particular time represents to current and future generations. They are available to schools, living history presentations, and other similar community organizations as they continues to teach and preserve their true Southern Heritage to a new generation. They also have their own web page: www.thegeneralandhislady.com.
Like other members of our group; General Lee, General Jackson, and General Stuart have developed several programs that will allow them to share a period of history and the heritage that this particular time represents to current and future generations. They are available to schools, living history presentations, and other similar community and civic organizations as they continues to teach and preserve their true Southern Heritage to a new generation. These programs can be stuctured to fit your requirements and needs.
If your organization is interested in having one, two, or all three of us present our story, please contact us at the e-mail address listed below. Our Reflections of Yesterday is a non-profit business. Most of the members of our group have no set fee for our travel and the presentation; however, a reasonable donation to them or the group is always appreciated, but not required. After all they do have travel expenses associated with going to your event; fuel, hotels, meals, etc. Preservation of history is our true goal.
Requests for additional information may be directed to:
2106 North Ridge Road
North Augusta, SC 29841