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In the adjacent ceremonial courtroom hangs a portrait of Judge James Watters, a cavalryman for the Confederate Army during the Civil War, along with a portrait of Col.
From Alabama came Confederate cavalryman Joseph Wheeler in 1925.
French cavalrymen on white horses charge through shifting shadows on the wall above my desk, as Lord Nelson, Fletcher Christian, and Captain Horatio Hornblower set sail across the floor.
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Definition of cavalryman for English Language Learners
: a soldier who is in the cavalry
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