Hollywood Cemetery, Lieutenant Colonel Wilfred Emory Cutshaw

Wilfred Emory Cutshaw – A Former Hampton Military Academy And Virginia Military Institute Professor Who Became Richmond’s City Engineer In 1873

Wilfred Emory Cutshaw is a former professor of both the Hampton Military Academy and of the Virginia Military Insititute who served, under General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, in multiple military artillery divisions. In 1873, Cutshaw became Richmond’s City Engineer, a position that he served in until his death. Presently, Cutshaw is buried in Richmond’s Hollywood Cemetery, alongside with thousands of other Confederate veterans.

In 2015, a historical marker was dedicated to Wilfred Emory Cutshaw inside of the William Byrd Park that he had designed while he was Richmond’s Engineer.

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