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Eliza Frances Andrews, The war-time journal of a Georgia girl, 1864-1865, chapter 8 (search)
our old camp-meeting friend, Mr. Nish (Dionysius) Chenault, who entertained Mrs. Davis and her party at his has she was on her way here from Abbeville. She (Mrs. Chenault) has a little young baby with her, and they have imprisoned Mr. Chenault's sister, too, and Sallie, his oldest daughter. The accusation against them was thpermit them to leave the courthouse. He tied up Mr. Chenault by the thumbs and kept him hanging for an hour, h I do have to soften it down. Father is one of Mr. Chenault's counsel, and can tell me all about that part oy to their home, and tortured all the men till Mr. Nish Chenault fainted three times under the operation. Then he shut up the two ladies, Mrs. Chenault and Sallie, in a room, to be searched by a negro woman, with a Yankeeatches and family jewelry, and $150 in gold that Mr. Chenault had saved through the war. I have this from Mrs.ave now been released by Col. Drayton, except Mrs. Nish Chenault, who is detained on a charge of assault and b