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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
m A. Falconer, S. J. Savage, Hiram A. Seward, William J. Malone, William T. Taylor, Jr., William A. Griffin, James Griffin, F. B. Jones, John N. Johnson, John B. Wynn. John T. Willcox, John W. Watts, George W. Sutherland, J. W. Braay, Stringfield, Jno., Simpson, Jas., Tyler, D. Z. B., Tyler, R. L., Falls, Jno., Forchana, Thos., Griffin, Davidson, Hall, Levi, Haithcock, Alderson, Hilliard, W. P., Holland, W. H., Hunt, T. I., Jackson, T. , W. F., Divine, S. C., Divine, F. A., Denkins, Jas. A., Dugan, P., Eldridge, Rolfe, Fulton, D. M., Griffin, W. A., Haithcock, W., Henderson, C. C. P., Helms, J. M., Hester, W. L., Hester, Louis, Hester, B. D.,d Corporal John J. Martin. Private John W. Axson, W. D. Cooke, D. E. Craft, A. D. Chaney, Private R. H. Grier, Jas. Griffin, Private Jas. Hutte, James Hoover, J. T. Knight, D. Redmond, W. M. Stevenson, Lug. Sparks, J. J. Sharp, C.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Parole list of Engineer troops, Army of Northern Virginia, surrendered at Appomattox C. H., April 9th, 1865. (search)
, Wm. A. Ross, D. H. Stines, G. S. Saunders, M. A. Sigmond, Wm. G. Smart, Robt. Tolar, Wm. M. Taylor, Jno. B. Timmons, W. H. Whitley, H. D. Zora. When or where Company K was paroled is not known, but we have a list of those present for duty on February 28th, 1865, which includes the following officers and men: G. W. Robertson, Captain. Sergeants—A. F. Graham, G. W. Robertson, J. N. McMahan, J. K. Todd, John Mills, W. M. Dickson. Corporals—A. B. Ellis, Cary Hays, J. F. Bellune, Jas. Griffin. Artificer—W. L. Stewart. Privates—W. T. Armistead, A. Beardin, W. H. Brown, J. T. Crisp, D. G. Crysel, J. F. Cole, R A. Donaldson, J. P. Duncan, J. H. Edwards, J. M. Fowler, B. A. Gainer, Allen Griffin, R. S. Gulledge, S. H. Gulledge, G. W. Harris, E. Hatcher, John Hays, T. E. Johnson, Lewis Jones, R. Jones, John Kennedy, G. Leopard, T. H. Logan, R. G. McElmurry, C. A. Milhous, I. G. Minter, John Regan, W. T. Reddick, I. W. Reed, J. S. Roundtree, S. Rudd, J. W. Smith, R. Sturkie, R.
Fatal affair at Raleigh. --Jas. Griffin was shot and killed at Raleigh, N. C., on the 16th inst., by a "Dr." Robinson. A quarrel had occurred between Griffin and the wife of his slayer, and he had visited the house to apologize for the language he used, when, at the solicitation of the woman, Robinson took a gun from her harrel had occurred between Griffin and the wife of his slayer, and he had visited the house to apologize for the language he used, when, at the solicitation of the woman, Robinson took a gun from her hands and shot Griffin dead.--Both the men, before the difficulty, were accounted peaceable, quiet citizens. Robinson was arrested. rrel had occurred between Griffin and the wife of his slayer, and he had visited the house to apologize for the language he used, when, at the solicitation of the woman, Robinson took a gun from her hands and shot Griffin dead.--Both the men, before the difficulty, were accounted peaceable, quiet citizens. Robinson was arrested.
inding that the parties who assailed him were no longer present, he proceeded to his residence, about two miles distant, where he remained till Monday morning, when he took some steps to have them arrested. A full description of the parties was given to Constable E. W. Robinson, of Henrico, who immediately set to work to hunt them up, and with the assistance of Constable Wade the following arrests were made yesterday morning; Martin Joial, Thomas O'Bryant, Geo. Mendonner, Dick. Jordan, James Griffin, Clay Rawlings, John. Hanes, Jas. Ray, Mark. Murphy; Robert Sharp, and Charles. Henry — the five last named being free negroes. They were committed to the jail of Henrico county, and have been recognized by Mr. Deane as the fellows who attempted to murder him. Persons living in the neighborhood of this occurrence represent that for weeks past their premises have been nightly depredated upon by this band of thieves, and travellers passing in that direction have frequently been as
your prowess to wrest your country from the grasp of the invader, entitling yourselves to the proud distinction of being called the deliverers of an oppressed people. (Signed,) J. B. Hood, General. Telegraphic communication with Montgomery was suspended last night, near Netasulga. The interruption is supposed to have been caused by a portion of that part of the enemy who were reported to be at Talladega on Saturday. No train has arrived to day from West Point. The main force of the enemy crossed the Chattahoochee between Isham's Ford and Rosswell, and are slowly pushing forward. Cavalry skirmishing took place this morning at Buck Head, six miles from this place. Griffin, Ga, July 19.--Four miles below Jonesboro' the engine Sunshine blew up. The engineer, Joe Haskey, Dr. Dennis, Dr. Harris, and a negro wood passer, were killed, and also Tanner, of the 35th Tenn, a train guard. The engine and five cars are a total wreck. The track will be clear before morning.
Police arrest. --The Mayor's police arrested yesterday afternoon, and locked up in the lower station- house, a white man, named James Griffin, charged with obtaining, by false pretences, a load of straw, the property of N. F. Bowe, of Henrico county. The Mayor will investigate the matter this morning.
Mayor's Court. --The usual number of cases were booked for the Mayor's consideration on Saturday, though only one of them was disposed of. We append the following list: Peter Roberts, a white man, was charged with stealing a horse, saddle, bridle and halter, valued at three thousand dollars, the property of Benjamin Gilder sleeve. The evidence was of a convincing character against the accused, and the Mayor remanded him for examination before the Hustings Court. James Griffin, arrested upon a warrant charging him with obtaining, under false pretences, a load of straw from a negro driver of N. A. Bowe, was required to give security for his appearance to answer the offence on Monday. Noble, slave of Angelina Lawson, was charged with breaking into the dwelling house of his mistress and stealing therefrom a valuable lot of sheets, table--cloths, ladies' wearing apparel, &c.; but, owing to the absence of witnesses, the case was postponed till Tuesday. [The prisoner i
cused is a wagon driver for a Mr. Brannon, and on Friday night last took charge of Mrs. Wilson's baggage at the Danville depot, which he promised to deliver to her lodging-place in a safe and prompt manner. About three hours elapsed before the arrival of the baggage, when upon examination, one of the trunks was found to have been broken open and the bacon and beef stolen. The Mayor considered the charge fully made out, and ordered the negro to be whipped to the extent of the law. James Griffin, charged with obtaining, under false pretences, a load of straw from a negro in the employ of Nathaniel A. Bowe, whose case has been booked for a number of days, was again taken up yesterday. Several witnesses were examined, after which the case was continued till Friday, and the accused held to security for his appearance to answer the charge of petty larceny. William Crew, charged with having and receiving ladies' green silk dress pattern, valued at $2,500, the property of James
on, stolen from Joseph M. Willis, they well knowing it to have been stolen. Daniel Cavenaugh was required to give security in the sum of three hundred dollars to keep the peace and be of good behavior, he being charged with using insulting and abusive language towards Miss Jane Taylor and William D. Seldon. The case of Thomas Turpin, John A. Johnson, Clay Rawlings and Horace Hovan, charged with stealing eighteen hundred dollars in Confederate money, the property of Robert Rowzie, was continued. James Griffin was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court on the charge of obtaining, under false pretences, a load of straw belonging to N. A. Bowe. Peter Welsh was required to enter into bonds for his appearance on Monday to answer the charge of stealing a piece of canvass, the property of Luther N. Craddock. A negro, named Thomas, slave of Julia Handsford, charged with stealing a lot of varnish, valued at ten dollars in gold, was sent on for examination.