Endview Plantation - When the Civil War erupted, Endview was owned by Dr. Humphrey Harwood Curtis.  Dr. Curtis organized local volunteers into the Warwick Beuregards (Company H, 32nd Virginia Volunteer Infantry) here at Endview and was elected the units captain.  Endview became a major campground and hospital for Confederate soldiers during the early stages of the Peninsula Campaign.  When the Confederate Army withdrew from the Warwick River - Yorktown defenses, the Union Army occupied Endview and used the building as a hospital during the May 5th Battle of Williamsburg.   Mike Lynaugh

Endview Plantation - When the Civil War erupted, Endview was owned by Dr. Humphrey Harwood Curtis.  Dr. Curtis organized local volunteers into the Warwick Beuregards (Company H, 32nd Virginia Volunteer Infantry) here at Endview and was elected the units captain.  Endview became a major campground and hospital for Confederate soldiers during the early stages of the Peninsula Campaign.  When the Confederate Army withdrew from the Warwick River - Yorktown defenses, the Union Army occupied Endview and used the building as a hospital during the May 5th Battle of Williamsburg.

Mike Lynaugh