Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Dinwiddie county” in chapter 1.22 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.:

...the girls to ride, etc., and never left without eating some meal, either dinner or supper. Our orderly sergeant, a Frenchman of many accomplishments, is said to have called on the widow Hancock, in Dinwiddie county , and, on taking his leave, also took her gray cat, and his mess ate her in a stew, smothered in garlic, the next day. They say so; I don't know. A Frenchman has the reputation of eating anything. ...
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