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The Daily Dispatch: April 23, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
icers and men in Southside Artillery Company, Unassigned, Virginia Volunteers, April 20, 1865. S. A. Mann, 1st Sergeant, Virginia. J. A. Jones, 2d Sergeant, Virginia. A. W. Archer, 3d Sergeant, Virginia. J. H. Robinson, 4th Sergeant, Virginia. W. H. Varmin, 5th Sergeant, Virginia. R. H. Bond, 1st Corporal, Virginia. H. Dahl, 2d Corporal, Virginia. E. D. Archer, 3d Corporal, Virginia. J. A. Burton, 4th Corporal, Virginia. Privates. W. J. Allen, Virginia, Jos. Archer, Virginia, Jas. Archer, Virginia, B. P. Andrews, Virginia, W. E. Bass, Virginia, W. F. Beasley, Virginia, J. W. Blankinship, Virginia, A. H. Burke, Virginia, J. M. Chalkley, Virginia, J. P. Clarke, Virginia, H. W. Gittenden, Virginia, P. F. Dance, Virginia, R. C. Friend, Virginia, T. H. Friend, Virginia, T. H. Gary, Virginia, O. H. Gibs, Virginia, W. E. Gill, Virginia, J. Godsey, Virginia, C. Godsey, Virginia, P. H. Granger, Virginia,
Country residence Burned. --On Friday last, the residence of Mr. Joseph Archer, in Chesterfield, situated about thirteen miles from this city, was destroyed by fire, having become ignited accidentally from the chimney. A large portion of the furniture was saved, but no one being at home but the smaller children of Mr. Archer, and a few of the servants, nothing else could be done. The building was the property of Mrs. Sarah Lynch, of Petersburg, and was uninsured. It was a framed structterfield, situated about thirteen miles from this city, was destroyed by fire, having become ignited accidentally from the chimney. A large portion of the furniture was saved, but no one being at home but the smaller children of Mr. Archer, and a few of the servants, nothing else could be done. The building was the property of Mrs. Sarah Lynch, of Petersburg, and was uninsured. It was a framed structure, in the country villa style, and originally cost between two and three thousand dollars.