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Next Meeting:
9 August 2018  7:00 PM


Topic:
The Kentucky Campaign  August  to November 1862

Speaker: Chris Kolakowski
The Bull Run Civil War Round Table joins the family and friends of John P. McAnaw in mourning his passing on July 7, 2018. A highly-decorated U.S. Army (retired) and Vietnam War Veteran, community leader, and past BRCWRT vice-president (2003) and president (1997/8, 2001/2, and 2004/8), John was a tremendous friend, leader and mentor for so many. A dedicated Civil War historian and preservationist, over the years John organized and led 45 BRCWRT tours of Civil War sites and played a primary and significant role in documenting and preserving multiple Civil War sites throughout Fairfax and Prince William Counties. 
John's Obituary (pdf)
A life well-lived; he will be greatly missed Rest in Peace John McAnaw.
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A Funeral Mass was held Friday, 13 June at 1:00 pm at Holy Spirit Catholic Church (5121 Woodland Way, Annandale).  The service included a bagpiper before and after the mass - no wake or visitation.  John will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date - to be determined.


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Chronology of the Civil War in Fairfax County
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Edward T. Wenzel  - Ross Netherton Prize awardee







2011 Round Table of the Year -- Civil War Trust

Established on 9 May of 1991, The Bull Run Civil War Round Table was founded to bring together those who wish to expand and share their knowledge of the Civil War. We accomplish this goal in a number of ways: through lectures, research, field trips and in active participation in the preservation of Civil War sites. By regularly presenting knowledgeable, respected Civil War historians and scholars, writers and lecturers, it is the intent of the BRCWRT to honor the memory of those who gave "the last full measure".

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