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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reunion of Company D. First regiment Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A. (search)
Walter Bailey, killed. Thomas W. Bailey, killed. Oscar S. Bailey. William Bailey, dead. James A. Bailey. Joseph H. Baker, killed. J. A. P. Baker. William Bearden, dead. Robert F. Beattie, wounded. Fountain Beattie, wounded. Walter Beattie, killed. Henry C. Butt. Randolph Buchanan, dead. William Buchanan. Alexander Buskell, wounded. Richard Buskell, killed. William D. W. Black. Samuel D. Black. James M. Byars. A. H. Byars. John Bryant, wounded. David Barr. William D. Barker. James H. Bradley. John Campbell, dead. D. C. Carmack, dead. A. P. R. Catron, killed. F. M. Catron, wounded and dead. James H. Clark. W. D. Clark, wounded. I. L. Clark, wounded. Thomas W. Clark. W. F. P. Clark, killed. Riley Clark, killed. W. R. Clark. T. M. Clapp, wounded. Thomas V. Cole, dead. J. F. Cook. D. C. Cole, dead. Rufus R. Cassell, dead. J. L. Cato. Thomas W. Colley, wounded. William L. Colley. T. L. Colley, dea
eard hereafter. Emma, slave to Miss A. T. Hughes, charged with stealing a lot of trinkets, and Susan Hill and Mary Haines, for receiving the same, knowing them to be stolen, were ordered to be punished. John West, a free boy, for stealing $60 in money from M. Myer, was ordered ten lashes. From this decision his counsel took an appeal to the Hustings Court. William Krack alias Jim Krack, charged with stealing a bolt of cotton cloth from E. Goldsmith, and a pair of pants from David Barr, will be heard for the offence hereafter. Charlene. Miller, for abusing and threatening violence to Sarah Ann Miller, was held to bail. Samuel Allen, a paroled Federal soldier, was up for having sold himself as a substitute to J. W. Landrum for Mrs. E. J. Buford's son, receiving $10 in money and a suit of clothes as a bonus, and to receive $3,000 more when accepted and mustered in. As he had no right to substitute for any one the Mayor sent him to the chain gang for ninety days.