Unit Served: 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 146th Virginia Militia
Cemetery and Address: Levi Cullers Cemetery, Seven Fountains, Va.
Captain Levi Harrison Cullers
Served in the 1st Regiment, 7th Brigade, 146th Virginia Militia Co. E (Levi H. Cullers Company – Signed Muster as Commanding Co.) from 1861- 02 April 1862. Served alongside Turner Ashby’s 7th Virginia Cavalry protecting the men working to remove the rail tracks and equipment from the B&O rail that ran between Charleston and the terminus at Manassas Gap.
Then enlisted on 02 April 1862 at New Market, Virginia to serve in the 12th Virginia Cavalry Co. E as a Corporal and later promoted to Sergeant.
WIA on 09 June 1863 at Brandy Wine Station.
Paroled April 20th 1865 at New Market by Union Provost Marshall Simon Snyder.