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en we reached home, Colonel Davis set about arranging his plantation affairs so as to be absent a year or more from home. He and James Pemberton had a long and anxious conversation upon the advisability of James accompanying him; and James decided the matter himself, as he became satisfied, after counting over all the arguments, pro and con, that I should need his protection and the interest of the place might suffer in his absence. So my brother-in-law offered one of his negroes, named Jim Green, as a servant, and with an Arabian horse named Tartar, for himself, and a stout serviceable one for Jim, my husband left home to join his regiment in New Orleans. As there are plenty of unsophisticated country brides nowadays, it is needless to say what the parting cost us, and how sad it was. No material could have been more favorable for the hot work they had to do than that of the First Mississippi Regiment. It was composed of the young men of the State whose names were well known
Cook, slave of Mrs. Randolph, Fredericksburg. John, slave of Capt Stevens, Fredericksburg. Charley. --, free, Prince William co, Va. Samuel Hill, free, Washington. John Read, slave of Mrs. Stillston, Front Royal, Va. Esau, slave of Wm. Bowen, Fauquier co, Va. Ed Hamilton, slave of Dan'l Meltinger, Romney. Va. Thos Gessus, free, White Hall, N. Y. Geo Jordan, free, Philadelphia. David Jones, free, New Jersey. John Henry, free, Alexandria. Jim Green, free, R. I. John Clarke, free, Washington. Thos Mitchell, free, Ohio. Green Jones, free, Ohio. George Cook, free, Prince, William. William Lipscomb, slave of Mrs. S Gordon, New Kent. Jerry Lomax, slave of Wm. Pratt, Virginia. Horace, slave of Geo Taylor. John Williams, free, Alexandria, Va. Gibson Gracy and three children, slave of widow Goodwin, Fairfax co. Chas Murphy. Andrew Jackson, free, Pennsylvania. Edmond, slave of John S
ave of Mrs Randolph, Fredericksburg. John, slave of Capt Stevens, Fredericksburg. Abram Spencer, free Strasburg, Va. Charley--, free, Prince William co, Va. Samuel Hill, free, Washington. John Read, slave of Mrs Stillston, Front Royal Va. Esau, slave of Wm Bowen, Fauquier co, Va. Ed Hamilton, slave of Dan'l Meltinger, Va. Thos Gessus, free, White Hall, N Y. Geo Jordan, free, Philadelphia. David Jones, free, New Jersey. John Henry, free, Alexandria. Jim Green, free, R I. John Clarke, free, Washington. Thos Mitchell, free, Ohio. Green Jones, free, Ohio. George Cook, free, Prince William. William Lipscomb, slave of Mrs S. Gordon, New Kent. Jerry Lomax, slave of Wm Pratt, Virginia. Horace, slave of Geo Taylor. John Williams, free, Alexandria, Va. Gibson Gracy and three children, slave of wider Goodwin, Fairfax co. Chas Murphy. Andrew Jackson, free, Pennsylvania. Edmond, slave of John Sanderson, Norfolk co
Runaway --From "Our House," Saturday, 19th inst, a black servant, known as Jim Green.--Any one hiring or harboring said negro will be dealt with according to law. Chas Hunt. mh 29--6t
Runaway --From "Our House," Saturday, 19th inst, a black servant, known as Jim Green.--Any one hiring or harboring said negro will be dealt with according to law. Chas Hunt. mh 29--6t
The Daily Dispatch: March 31, 1864., [Electronic resource], Escape of Confederate officers from the Nashville Penitentiary. (search)
Runaway --From "Our House," Saturday, 19th inst, a black servant, known as Jim Green — Any one hiring or harboring said negro will be dealt with according to law. Chas Hunt. mh 29--6t
Runaway. --From "Our House," Saturday, 19th inst., a black servant, known as Jim Green — Any one hiring or harboring said negro will be dealt with according to law. Chas Hunt. mh 29--6t