The story of Maj. General Stephen D. Ramseur and Ellen E. Richmond is nicely told here.
Stephen Ramseur was the son of Jacob & Lucy (Dodson) Ramseur; Ellen was the daughter of Caleb and Mary (Dodson) Richmond. Lucy Dodson and Mary Dodson were the daughters of Stephen L. & Mary (Smith) Dodson of Granville Co., NC. See the link to the "Ramseur Parlor" and the "Richmond Parlor" at Woodside house.
Stephen Ramseur's ancestor was John Wilfong, a hero wounded at King's Mountain who also fought at Eutaw Springs. Source: Peele, W. J.Lives of distinguished North Carolinians with illustrations and speeches Raleigh, N.C.: North Carolina Pub. Society, 1898, 620 pgs.
In 1900, Mary Dodson Ramseur, daughter of Stephen & Ellen (Richmond) Ramseur, was a boarder in the household of William Montgomery in Concord, Carrabus, North Carolina. Mary E. Dodson, born July 1855 in Texas, was also a border in that household. Mary D. Ramseur, who never married, died in 1935.