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The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1860., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sketch of Company I, 61st Virginia Infantry, Mahone's Brigade, C. S. A. (search)
. H.: Captain Charles R. McAlpine, lieutenant John Hobday, privates Charles N. Collins, Albert Powell, and John D. White. Wilcox Farm: Captain C. R. McAlpine, lieutenant John Hobday, privates Charles N. Collins, John C. Miller, and Richard White. Wounded. Salem Church: Lieutenant C. W. Murdaugh and sergeant Chas. Evans. Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg: Revil W. Custis, James E. Mears, and one who deserted. Wilderness: Elvin K. Casey. Shady Grove: Wm. Mason. Spotsylvania: Joseph King and Thomas Butt, who was mortally wounded. Turkey Ridge: George King and Ammon Peek. Frazier's Farm: Captain C. R. McAlpine. Crater: Lieutenant John Hobday, J. D. White, sergeant Richard White. Johnson's Farm: John C. Miller. Roll of honor. Major Charles R. McAlpine, Captain John Hobday, sergeant M. P. Kilgore, privates Elvin K. Casey, Charles N. Collins, John C. Miller, John D. White, Richard White, and Julius Ward. Captured. Sergeant Calvin Peek, October 27, 1864
Strangled at breakfast. --Joseph King, of Kentucky, died suddenly in Cincinnati on the 5th inst. As he was breakfasting, a portion of beefsteak became fastened in his throat, and, despite every effort to extricate it, strangulation and death ensued.
beth City30 Franklin216Fauquier42 Floyd200Fairfax38 Gloucester184Harrison52 Goochland155Henrico350 Fluvanna120James City8 Grayson174Jefferson541 Greene189Loudoun177 Halifax366Lewis90 Hancock49Norfolk City239 Isle of Wight225Montgomery31 King and Queen97Nottoway40 Louisa349Petersburg439 Lunenburg21Pittsylvania300 Madison246page109 Marshall115Powhatan96 Marion129Preston55 Mecklenburg249Pulaski28 Nansemond133Rappahannock74 New Kent82Richmond City744 Northampton36Ritchie15 Northy for Breckinridge of 100. Isle of Wight --Official.--Breckinridge 756; Bell 147; Douglas 19. Dinwiddie --Official.--Bell 389; Breckinridge 254; Douglas 183. Nansemond --Official.--Bell 368; Breckinridge 316; Douglas 1 King & Queen --Official.--Breckinridge 510; Bell 255; Douglas 2. Wythe --Official.--Breckinridge has 177 majority in this county. James City --Official.--Gives Bell 148; Breckinridge 60; Douglas 5. Williamsburg. --Bell 49; Br
The Daily Dispatch: January 5, 1863., [Electronic resource], Subscriptions for the Fredericksburg sufferers — life in Camp. (search)
ties were put in Castle Thunder yesterday: Samuel Levy, co. K, 15th Le, desertion; J. H. Mudder, co S. 2d N. C., desertion; Wm Riley, Jos Wassen, Chas Price, John Ualt, Louisiana Zouaves, sent in by Col Coppens; S. B. Quaries, co. I, 5th Va cavalry; Geo W Todd, co C. 2d La, for being absent without leave; H. D. Saunders, co. K, 10th La, desertion. Castle Thunder is now quite full, but the pressure is daily relieved by sending off to the army large numbers of straggling soldiers, who find a lodgment there under the general head of deserters. Thos Glenn, Courtney's Artillery, desertion; Lieut John Brandon, Privates Lewis Steele and Joseph Stephens, arrested and sent in by city police for drunkenness and disorderly conduct; Joseph King, co C. 14th La, desolation; Wilson Coots and Jas. F. Briltain, sometimes since arrested and paroled by Gen. Winder, work handed over to the city authorities for trial. Sixty men were sent off to their regiments, near Fredericksburg, on Sunday morning.