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The Daily Dispatch: October 28, 1864., [Electronic resource], Servants Wanted. (search)
Disloyal persons. --The provost-marshal at Wytheville sent to this city yesterday the following persons, who were arrested while attempting to make their way North. They are detailed conscripts, and undertook to escape while awaiting passage to this city: J. Q. A. Coner, David Shields, J. H. Reid, J. C. Armfield, W. Watson, J. J. Browning, James R. Stevens, John W. Russell, James Peoples, James Crews, George Pretty, William Sparks, J. P. Reed, J. Mendar, J. F. Pegram, P. F. Hyatt, T. C. Hyatt, A. J. Mestard, J. H. Idol, J. D. Holden, B. F. Bundy, J. F. Ledbetter, W. H. Campbell, Frank Mickay, L. Smith, A. A. Stafford, J. Smith, John Stafford, Elwood Smith and Frazer Smith. These men were all committed to Castle Thunder to await court-martial.