The Years of Anguish: Fauquier County, Virginia, 1861-1865 - Emily G. Ramey and John K Gott. This commemorative tribute has sought to bring to the printed page the presence and living breath of those who lived day by day with the experiences of privation and sorrow. First published in 1965, this gathering of poignant memoirs includes: No Escape for Old John Brown, Diary of a Confederate Soldier, Helping Mosby's Men, A Thundering Poor and Piney Place, A Most Bloody Battle, Our Enemies Triumph Over Us, The Battle of Rectortown, In a Yankee Prison, Chieftains in Gray, Fauquier Artillery and many others. The Rosters of the eleven companies from Fauquier County, numbering about 1100 men, are listed herein, including Mosby's Rangers. Several plates from Harper's Weekly and Leslie's Illustrated Weekly show Civil War scenes in Fauquier County. Illustrations also include documents and portraits. The original full name index is included.
(1965), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 254 pp.